Because the Inland Empire Expects It
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BEST THEATRE—BEST PICTURES
Exit Reno from the records!
TODAY'S THE DAY!
For today, Enid Bennett will tell the world
how to be
HAPPY THOUGH MARRIED
which is her latest Paramount picture.
Come any time. Orpheum.
Weather—Idaho—Tonight and Tues
day, fair and cooler.
The enrollment of the summer
schol at the University has reached
the number of 99, today, June 23.
Walter Clark of Juliaetta was in
the city today.
Carl Simonson and Frank Erick
son went to Lewiston today to work
for the summer.
The county commissioners began
an, extended session today. They
will act as a board of equalization of
Corliss McElroy, Clay Putman
and Virgil Estes motored to Spo
kane Friday, returning Sunday.
Mrs. Susan E. Brooks of Clarks
ton is visiting her son, L. E. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frump of Rosalia
spent Sunday at the home of M. I.
Miss Esther Bjorn, teacher of our
public afchols has gone to her home
Before selling your Hogs, Cattle,
Veal or Mutton, call phone 7 and get
our price. Hagan and Cushing Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E . R. Griner and
children of Cashmere, Wash., vis
ited today at the home of Mrs. Gri
ner's brother, Geo. Horton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mitzimberg
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entertained as guests Sunday, J. W.
Gaines and family, Claud Haynes
and family and A. E. Mitzimberg and
Mr. and Mrs. Gaines and two chil
dren of Rosalia and IVTisa^ Armirta
Honerd of Palouse visited Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mitzim
/ Rev. T. W. Cooper and Mrs*
Daisy Duthie of Moscow were united
in marriage Saturday, June 21st.
Glen Gride returned today from
a trip to Portland.
Mrs. S. S. Brown and son, Jack, ar
rived in Moscow today from Lewiston.
They will remain in Moscow. Jack re
Mutton Chops, per pound
Mutton Steak, per pound
Mutton Stew, per pound
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Veal Stew, per pound.
ïit-9 ;»■ -i -PV» ' «"MkAI'J
Back Bones, seven pounds
Sugar Cured Picnic Hams, per pound
219 Main Street. Phone 7
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
All Right—Let's Go Tonight and Tuesday.
WHEN A GIRL LOVES
Lois Weber Production in Six Jets—Also
"SHANGHIED"—one of Ills best—and MONTGOMERY AND
RUCK iu ROOFS AND RIOTS
turned to the States the last of May
from overseas, where he was in the
cavalry service 18 months.
Miss Viola McCartor left Friday for
California to visit her brother, Frank
McCartor, who formerly Jived in Mos
Mr. Bondrye, of the Security
Bridge Company of Lewiston is In
the city, to consult the county author
ities about the bridge to be built
Homer Kinyon, road overseer of
Little Potlatch was in Moscow today.
Clay Putnam of Kamiah has been
visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. R. Strong.
Edward Gaffney of Weippe, Ida
ho, was in Moscow yesterday.
Buford Hogan has gone to Big
Bear Ridge to do farm work for the
Harry and Orphie Hupp, who are
working at Bovill, spent Sunday in
Moscow at their home. Mrs. Harry
Hupp has accepted the principalslnp
of the Bovill schools for the next
F. I. Rockwell of St. Maries, Ida
ho, was in Moscow yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitcomb of Col
fax were in the city Sunday.
Mrs. I. A. Hawley has been visit
| ing several days in Pullman.
I Mrs. Lucy Hingley, who has been
I visiting several weeks with her moth
j er, Mrs. Gerald, left today for Cul
A camping party
morning for a week's outing beyond
the Moscow mountains. They were
the Misses Geneva, lola and Lolita
Brown, Mildred, Margaretta and
Grace Whitcomb and Mrs. Zeigler.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Medlock returned
today from a visit at Harvard,
is your marriage a success or fail
ure? Lots of couples who are trying
to kid the world they are happy, will
be deeply interested in the problems
which will come up in this picture.
And how Enid Bennett handles them!
Her husband is just like yours, news
paper and all. And you can do what
Enid does! Orpheum tonight.
Wednesday—Bryant Washburn iu
'Venus in the East." Saturday Even
Watch for D. W. Griffith's '''Romance
of Happy Valley. 1 "
CRSCL1NE ACADEMY TO
PRESENT TWO PLAYS
The Minims of the Urseline Acad
emy have prepared to entertain their
friends Tuesday evening, June 24, at
8 o'clock with a play In which all the
"Hunch-Him-Up-O" and his court
deserve to be patronized.
Wednesday evening June 25, at
eight o'clock the Academy will pre
sent a drama, "A Greek Slave." The
young ladies have been practicing
this for the past month, and hope to
rival, if not surpass the former splen
did dramatic entertainment^ given
by this institutions
CHAMBER,OF COMMERCE ,,v„
PUTS UP ROAD SIGNS
Jhe ^Chai^ber 1( of , ,Comnjerce is this
week sending put road signs for all
parts of .the county. , -, . r , v .
Prior to the war the chamber made
arrangements with one of the large
tire manufacturers to furnish the
M. IS. Lewis wijs appointed by
he chamber to prepare a proper
sign for each road intersection in the
county, a task that required a great j
The signs have been received and
Engineer Monahan has been appoint
amount of careful work.
ed by the chamber to .arrange for
This is the Chandler Motor
Famous for Its Excellence
Chandler owners, and men generally who know automobiles,
talk about the Chandler motor for its marvelous performance
It is exclusively the Chandler motor, of Chandler design and
Chandler manufacture in Chandler shops. The only automobile
hood you can find it under is the Chandler hood. It is not a
stock motor. No other car has it.
And this is the greatest of six-cylinder motors.
The Chandler motor, with refinements and improvements
from time to time but without radical change at any time, is
now in its sixth year.
Lift the hood of a Chandler car and see that motor. Even
from its exterior view you know it is good. We wouldn't build
and mount a motor with such care if it weren't an extraordinary
Chandler motor and chassis design are typical of the
highest priced construction, yet Chandler is moderately
priced. It offers greater value than other cars can give
you for hundreds more. You can absolutely prove this
to your own satisfaction if you will study the Chandler
car, and put it to test on the road and compare it with
SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES
Seven-Passenger Touring Car, $1 793
Four-Passenger Roadster, $179.7
Four-Passenger Dispatch Car, $ Hi 7.7
Convertible. Sedan, $249.7
Convertible Coupe , $239.7
All Priera J. o. b. Cleveland
AUTO SALES & SERVICE €0.
CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO
the placement of the signs.
The signs will be turned over to the
several highway districts for dis
tribution nad placement, and it is
hoped that all signs will be placed
shortly and a long desired want filled
Genesee Man In Hospital
M. K. Smith, well known pioneer
of the Genesee neighborhood, is in
Gritman's hospital taking treatment
for after effects of influenza. He
had the influenza last fall but never
recovered from it and has been suf
fering with heart trouble for some
time. Recently he grew worse. To
day he was able to get out for a
drive about town with his old friend
T. Driscoll who came over in his
Cole car and took Mr Smith for a
drive which he enjoyed.
NOTED PIANIST WILL
TEACH AT SEATTLE
The Ellison White Musical Bureau |
announces Leopold Godowsky in his
second season of master classes, tor
™ US1C teachers anci students, to be
held in Seattle, Wash., beginning Mon- I
dqy, August. 4, for five consecutive
weeks. Ellison-White are arranging j
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
tion obtained from BUisan T Whit,e Mus
boost for the big event of "War Vet-I
erans Day" on July 3. They will f
represent Latah county at the Great
'War Veterans organization conven
ical Bureau, Portend, Ore.
, Veterans to Boise
Uieutenant Otto, Stillinger and E. !
C. Boom leave tonight for Boise as j
delegates to the state convention of
great war veterans which meets
Wednesday. They will return Sat- !
urday in time to take active steps to ;
Want 44-Hour Week.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.—Indorse
[ 1,R nt of the commercial telegraphers
strike was unanimously voted today
by the American Federation of Labor.
The convention also went on record
las in favor of a 44-hour week for labor
igenerally and directed the executive
icouncil to work to that end.
NOTICE TO WELL DRILLERS
Sealed bids will he received up to
two o'clock, June 28, 1919, at the Of-i
fice of the Bursar of the University of
Idah0( Moscow , Idaho, for the drilling!
of a well on the University Campus. I
The well to be approximately 250 feet
deep. Bids on diameters of 6, 8, 10
and 12 inches are asked for. Proba
bly larger diameter will be used. Al
iso bids are asked for on 6, 8, 10 and
112-inch casings. All bids to he ae-j
conipanied by certified checks for $50
as a guarantee of good faith. Bids I
should he addressed to Uie Board of 1
'Regents of the University of Idaho. I
The Board reserves the right to re
(ject any or al , Wd „. Data as to loca .i
tJoJJ and s0 forth may , )e obtained I
f>om Dean kittle at the University of
THORN CREEK CLUB
The Thorn Creek Liberty Club, of
which. Mrs. Carder is president,
surprise at their country home on
Thom Creek Thursday evening,
June 19th, that date being their 26th
The evening was) spent playing
games. Refreshments were served
at midnight. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. S. J. Jensen and children,
Mr. ^and Mrs. Andrew Erickson, ,
A few friends beside
members and families were invited,
Mr. and Mrs. Carder received a beau
tiful hand painted cake set and a su
gar and cream set
; **y> Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Nichols and
the Misses Beulah Osteller,
(Elsie Byers, Fay Byers, Gladys Borg
pn and Bessie Olson, and Messrs. Wm.
Carder, John Erickson, Frank Ehel,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Peterson, Mr.
j and Mrs. Chas. Peterson and family,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. Hardeman and tam
Anton Olson and Henry Olson.
How abont storing your car?
We have some good storage left.
Call and see ns.
at 123 North Main St. Phone 2s •
E. AV CREVER, Prop.
HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES
REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS
Making and Repairing Auto
mobile Tops a specialty. Cur
tain lights installed.
Cor. 5fh and Main Sts., MosetAv
BEDS, TABLES, STOVES, DIN
ING ROOM TABLE, HOSPITAL
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