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♦*♦ - ---- : ♦> r X SATURDAY SPECIAL ? T o X : : I T X Choice of Any Silk or Wool ♦; IV ♦; iini'S Ta ll. « J) iw o i. Skirt in the Store ♦; f'lrf : : S : X THE FASHION SHOP X i : t v, V ❖ X WHERE PRICE AND QUALITY MEET ♦♦♦ » I ii X V WHAT YOU WILL SEE IN "THE TURN IN THE ROAD' A Child Playing with Wasps. A Realistic Storm with Death Watch. A Bride of a Year Telling Her Hus band the Secret. A- Money-Mad Tyrant at the Mercy of His Victims. Little Ben Alexander and His Gang of Educated Pups. How a Child Saved a Capitalist from Death at the Hands of Desperate Strikers. How a Shyster Lawyer Hires a "Con genial" Secretary. A Dance Hall in the Slums of Chicago on Cit^HeWs Weather—Idaho—Tonight and Sat urday, fair and cooler. The regular meeting of Paradise Lodge, F. & A. M., will be held -Sat urday evening, June 21, at 8 p. m. J. N. Nankervis. Secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Beddall and child of Bremerton arrived in Moscow yesterday, to visit Mr. Beddall's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Beddal, Melvin Beddall was mustered out of the marine corps last Monday. He will return to Bremerton to work in the ship yards. "Always something new"—Rope silk in the popular colors at The Nov elty Shop. Mrs. J. A. Campbell and little son, of San Francisco, left today after a visit with her niece, Mrs. Hawley. County Superintendent of Schools, Lillian Skattaboe, leaves tomorrow to attend a conference of the county su perintendents of the state that will be held for a week at Albion, Idaho, where the southern state normal is lo cated. R. H. Walk was in the city Thurs Eugene j 224-226 day. Mrs. R. Nelson of Kendrick was in Moscow yesterday. Cold Storage Market 216 Main Street 15c Veal Stew, per pound.. Mutton and Lamb Stew, per pound Pork Liver, per pound. Picnic Hams, per pound. Spare Ribs, per pound. Back Bones, seven pounds........ . . .1214c ....754c .28c ..... 20c 25c FRESH FISH AT ALL TIMES IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US Cold Storage Market 219 Main Street. Phone 7 V I » «■ WHERE EVERYBODY GOES" ! tad Time HEIGHT i fThedal iBarai s in \ "THE LIGHT" S » 0 A Story of Parisian Life SI SATURDAY 0 in a a Peck's Bad Girl jjSJ _I G. D. McCloud of Lewiston was a visitor in Moscow, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Smeat of Col fax were in the city yesterday. E. E. Ostroot and C. L. Williamson were in Palouse today on business, Before selling y*ur Hogs, Cattle, Veal or Mutton, call phone 7 and get Hagan and Cushing Co. 152-tf g. Frost pleaded guilty to kill ing a bull dog that had killed a pet cat belonging to his two little daugh ters and was a great favorite with the family. Judge Adrian Nelson fined him $25, which he paid. Miss Minne Smith will leave tomor our price. row to visit at Wenatchee. Miss Ethel Jones and Miss Newlin, teaehers of the Moscow high school, i will leave tomorrow for Juliaetta. I : Mrs. Mary Moore left for her home today in Spokane. ! , Miss Ada Johnson and .Miss Horn er, teachers in the Moscow- schools, will leave soon for the east. "Turn of the Road" one picture in a thousand, Orpheum tonight, Satur day. 225 Special Saturday—Milk feed veal, per lb., 15c; fancy veal roast, per lb., 20c. Phone 124. Inland Market. 225 Mrs. A. J. Darr and daughter, Miss Faye, left today for Lewiston, where Miss Faye will attend the summer schol. Miss Faye Darr wall teach during the next winter near Troy. Your photograph a gift that money cannot buy. Eggan, Photographer, 224-6 Mrs. R. D. Jamison and Miss Solon left today for Wallace, where they will meet Mr. Jamison, and then leave in a few days for Colorado. Mrs. A. Fletcher left today for El lensburg, Wash., to visit her daughter after spending the winter with her son, O. S. Fletcher. If anyone knows the receipt for Sal vation Army send East 3rd. to Star-Mirror for publication. Special Saturday—Milk feed veal, per lb., 15c; fancy veal roast, per lb., 20c. Phone 124. inland Market. 225 Miss Mabel Darr of Spokane is visiting at the home of her uncle, A. J. Darr. Dr. Henrietta Moore left the first of the week for Portland. Saturday evening the summer school will hold a "Weinie roast" and j informal dance in the flower garden at the university. Dean and Mrs. E. J. Idings are in j Grangeville attending a farm bureau I meeting. They went by automobile. ■ J j NOTED PIANIST WILL TEACH AT SEATTLE j second season of master classes^ for music teachers and students, to be held in Seattle, Wash., beginning Mon The Ellison White Musical Bureau announces Leopold Godowsky in his day, August 4, for five consecutive weeks. Ellison-White are arranging for private homes with practice pianos for all who wish. Classes are rapidly filling up and applications should be sent in immediately and full informa Ition obtained from Ellisan-White Mus |tion obtained from Ellison-White Mus Pan Motor Men Cited. WASHINGTON. The Pan Motor company of St. Cloud, Minn., and its I president, Samuel C. Pandolfo, were cited today by the federal trade com mission to answer a complaint, the first issued in the government's cam paign to eliminate misrepresentation and unfair practices in the interstate sale of stocks and securities. The com mission stated in the complaint that it had reason to believe the concern, : which, it alleges, had taken in $4,723, 811 from the sale of stock from its in corporation in January, 1917, to Feb ruary 28, 1919, and Its president, have with the effect of deceiving the public circulated throughout the country false, misleading and unfair advertise ments and statements concerning the assets, resources, progress and finan cial standing of the company. ,Prqp«-ty Recovered Cal. Smith, of The Togs, clothes shop, reports that all of the goods stolen from his store the night of June 1, has been recovered, with the exception of one suit case and about $140 worth of goods contained in it. The boys under arrest claim that this suit case was stolen from them on the train from Moscow to Lewiston. It is believed a third boy was im plicated in the burglary and he has this suit case and the stolen goods. The boys arrested are in jail at Lew iston and will probably be sentenced tomorrow. It is believed that, owing I l GmpeNuts food builds and maintains health Made of Wheat.and Barley , Delicious! to their youth, 4;hey will be given a light sentence, probably in the county jail at Lewiston instead of being sent to the penitentiary. This sentence will be for the Baldeck store burg lary at Lewiston and will not have any effect on the charge against them for robbing The Togs store, in La tah county. They may be prosecuted for this after serving their sentence in the Nez Perce county case. 8 .■ Baseball Game Sunday. Moscow and Potlatch will play a game of baseball at the fair grounds Sunday afternoon. The game will be nailed at 3 o'clock. Moscow and Pot latch are expected to play the final ; game in the ' tournament on July 6 ! and the game will be well worth watching. There should be a good attendance. ma WASHINGTON COUPLE MARRIED IN MOSCOW' i Thomaa Wynne of Garfield and Miss Dora Humphries of Seattle, | married Wednesday the 18th. ! were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. -W. Q. | Bartett on South Jackson St. Dean Hamilton pastor of the Baptist church performed the ceremony. ■ The young couple are to make their ! BECAUSE THE INLAND EMPIRE EXPECTS IT u If JUNE 26 IS THE DAY Corns, Galluses Quit Quick! Two Drops of "Qets-It" Will Do It. Ever hand-carve your toe with a knife trying to get rid of a corn? Ever use scissors and snip off part of the corn too close to the quick? % "Oeta-M" Put* Tour Feet in Clk»»f —It Ends Corns Quickly, Ever pack up your toe with "con traptions" and plasters as though you «*re packing a glass tbs« tor parcel post? Ever use greasy ointments that rub oft on your stocking? Ever U»e sticky tape that gets jerked oft when you pull your stocking oft? Kind o' foolish, when 2 or 3 drops of "Gete-It" on any corn or callus gives it a quick, painless, peaceful, dead sure funeral! Why putter and suffer? "Gets-It" stops corn pains, it lets you work, smile and dailce, even with corns. It's the common-sense way, the only simple, easy way —peels corns off like a banana peel. Used by millions. It never fails. "Gets-It," the guaranteed, money back corn-remover, the only sure way, costs but a trifle at any drug store. M'f'd by E. Lawrence ft Co., Chicago, Ill. Sold in Moscow and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by tOKAEIi DRUG STORE home in Garfield, formerly a resident of Moscow. The groom was COLFAX COUPLE ARE UNITED IN MARRIAGE Vernon L. Bains an|d Katherine Beatrice Elliott of Colfax were qui etly married at the Baptist parson age by Dean Mamilton at high noon Thursday, the 19th. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bains and son motored over with the bride and groom. The young people are to live in Colfax after a wedding trip. u }} SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY HEAVY WATER GLASSES, large size, each 5c * ~ Phone 197 120 East Third St. Boys! Girls! Win $5 in Gold VACATION MONEY Think of it — $5 for 50 words—$5 in Gold! And so easy for any boy —any girl! This is All You Have to Do Ask your mother why she thinks Calumet Baking Powder is the best Baking Powder she ever used. Mother knows why Calumet is better —if she has ever used it—and she can tell you. Then when she tells you, just write in 50 words or less the reason — " Why mother likes Calumet best y Sign your name and address, and mail to us. That's all. The boy or girl who sends in the best answer—in 50 or less words —why mother likes Calumet best, will receive a $5 Cash Prize. The Only "Rules" Are These Only boys and girls in or "under" the 8th grade in any school are allowed to enter the contest. Your answer must not have more than 50 words. Contest closes June 23rd. Your answer must be in our office on or before that date. The Daily Star-Mirror Moscow, Idano i MODEL GARAGE How about storing yonr carl We have some good storage left. Call and see us. at 123 North Main St. Phone 28 E. A. rm VER, Prop.