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March 25, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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%"+~ %.> ,." :,~+.V;, :'-: " .... " . ; >- 2 U: '! ': :, 4 I MOTIONOI~T|IDI[~r||~I[Lhat she is in love with him, Thell, [IU/Ufl~ERUW1 rather than take dirty money for ........... v_ ~ ,love, she--- That's the central :dtu- Brockwell in Intele Drama]ation in "Other Men's Wives," "( "The Devil's Riddle," a.aew wil-i Dalton, that comes here Wednesday Fox feature, of whit (Hady~!and Thursday, March 30 and 3]. is the star. con~ to th~l .......................... Theatre on Sunday an(Monday, ] Hobart Bosworth in "Below the 27 a.nd 28. The stay is ill- Surface." dramatic, dealing :ith the of an unsopl~ticnted girl who travels to t~ mecca her heart's desire, New YoL 5[is~ is said to appearni the appealing rely of her Ck~er "~s the heroine who chafe~,tt the which bind her to a d~nkeu and a little shack ilMon- Breaking the bonds, she lake-.' to New York, where s~ ha~ Very rough road to travel. Thrhgh- at the picture Miss Brockwellae_ ~rding to report, portrays this %r- ~ter With the acute understamn~4. ,he has grown accustomed to as~;_ te Wlth her and her work. A ia_ are Such as this will be welcol~d her many admirers. "Other Men's Wives. ~Ynthia Broeg was a .girl wh~ You'll want to see: ..... The delightful home and love ueenes in a litile seacoast village. The crew in a nunken U. S. sub- marine fighting death from suffoca- lion. Hohart Bosworth's phmge to the depths, whore he saves the joy-crazed spanlen. The confidence woman's hiring of a love-hind yOllth to dive for sunken t reaso re. The tragedy of the boy's return, after his hride has fled with her lover. Bosworth's descent on a New York cabaret, where he fights for the run- away wife and earries her off to the home-hound boat. The uatisfying, happy eliding. Six sensational reels of love and p.dventure above and beneath the se~: in millionaire circles If yetI Ranging from a. fishing- village home' her with anybody, you didn't;to a city palace of pleasure. Vivid to look the other person up ~nwith mystery, wreck and peril, and g .You knew his or her creditthe most exciting under-water ex- oo(t But Cynthia herself waslp_ "s e~er she ......... } - < " ~ loll, '- , /VII In a nlOl.lOn picture She was a social arqsil~ ! ~ " ' ' P ...... i~e the Bell Theatre friday and ,qat- son the beamy of her friends---I~dav March "5 aud ,)t~ Iaitied and patronized by them. I "' _ .............................. Was brought up to do nothina, "Hayfoot, Straw :Foot." had succeeded admirably. Ther. Fenwick Flint, who cast amof "Hay Foot, Straw Foot," Charlie luridand Belgium, thby'added, are talc- lug half of their pre-war requirements The United Kingdom from August to February 12 imported approxi- mately 106,000,000 bushels of wheat which, if kept up, tim ~pecialisls said iwould about equal iheir pre-war con- sumption of from 210,000,000 to 220,- 000,000 basilels. Small quantities of flour were imported during the year by Poland and Czecho-Slovakia, where- as before the war that territory com- prised some of ihr~ richest agrieultu~M area i)l Europe. Indictment Against Morris Quashed. Portland, Or.---i,h'ed S. Morris com- mitted no erilainal net when he swore thai John L. Etheridge was of good character while l,:theridge wm,~ obtain ing naturalization, Federal Judge Bean ruled in upholding the demurrer of Morris' attorneys and in quashing the indictment against Morris. The in- diclment charged that Morris had help- ed F.theridge obtain citizenship by acting as witiless and swearillg that tile facts as given by Etheridge were correct when, as a lnsll,er Of t'acl, h]t.heridgc concealed tile fuel ih;.;t, he had served two terms in lhe New Jersey penitentiary and Mor,'is knew that Etheridge was a "two-time loser." Government Co=ts Show Reduction. 1A'ashin gt o]L---G overnm ~n t expetlses for the eight monihs ending March 1, were approximately $1,125,000.000 be- low expendilures for the eorrosl)Ond- mg period in tile fiscal year 1926. "Preasury figurs show tiltlt for the last eight nlonths it cost $3,247,000,000 to Mrs, Alice ttorn from gt. Marten visited her brother, B, F, Thomas, a few days last week. Mrs..\gnes Crumley returned from ~ovill after spending a short time ~ith her daugt|ter, Mrs: Dudley ih)bbs. Mrs. Jesse Gii)son was a Colf'ax visitor over Sunday. Mrs. Enloe Conklin and baby came home wilh her for a short visit. E. J. Ci~esley returned from Tras- key, B. C., where lie has been for ~o ale t iYac. Air. "rod Mrs. James Bingham ~e- (drned from a trip to Palouse and Moscow tile latter part of the week. R. Rasmussen has purchased the old livery barn owned by I-IarrvJ Kockwell, and has torn i( down. He will use the luml)er to build on h!.~ )lace south of town. Camp 12 is again at work ber;~. ballasting the track up Hatter creek, which was d:m~aged by the recent high w'd:er. Fred Kinman Left for Long l}eacil, ('alifornia. Monday, with his two brothers and :aster from Harvard, ou receiving news of the serious illness ot their father, living there. R. Forrest Allen left for St. Louis Me., last week Friday, where he will lesmne his work of tree surgery. The trial of Clyde Fisher of Pot- latch, vs. ;k. Shook, was held ill Mos;- Icow Tuesday. The suit is for posses- i sion of the Fisher raneiL which is ~farmed by Air. Shook. Several pal'- lties from l~(+l'+; are in Moscow as i COMMERCIAL ]regg. shorthand, touch system .- "- ~,"'" ++-~,~"~-+- +2~ .+-~, ,, ,+m +., +. ,, witnesses for Mr, Shook, tents, Mr, and Mrs, Thraslier, on Sat- Mr. and Mrs, L. E. Baker and fam-/urday. Mrs, Baker was taken ill and ilv from Terril Iowa arrived for an [ went to ColfaX for medical treatment extended visit, with Mrs. Baker's pa--[XVednesday fII Ill I Easter Hats We have a most attractive display of new Easter hats ready for your inspection. Our stock includes the very !~test decrees of Dame Fashion and we are offering our hats at very reuonable prices. You will want a new hat this spring and you can not do better, either in style or price, than at the Palousc Hat Shop III eyes at Viola Gordon--Mr.. ,las. ~ R~y's lqtest Paramount eome~Iv, run the government while during tht, And he offered evntifia ehes here next l,'riday and Satur- sam: period a .year ago ,i,e +,xpetmem .~.'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~--~l~l~ll~i -" 0at , )ril 1 .~ ( ,) .... were $4 490.000 00e 0,000 ~f she could win James Got- ~t ' AI ,nl ,. Hay ],not, ' ' " ~ affections---so that Mrs Cot- ' hw Foot+"introduees to us Ulysses ............................ ~ h T T I r r~ r T I r TNr ILl {>c:?,:: COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE ] - A/ 111L UILL 111[All([ begin,,: her game 'Before th+" i)erh~ps you guessed right away. =-+=--= ........ :- ......... " ........................... ~ ......... ,__= i e is over :he reaiize, ("-, .... XVh~ the great war hit Ameriea HARVARD. ~. --" ' [] has 1o~ ' .... +,'" .............. "J q hadieu~ iillggs reminded h]~ grand' ~ , ) I, ~ I1 t ht helrt o her and " I'~ " ' " " ' - Mr' X P I 'ti + 'hi G tl in) t' I~ I~ -' +;. "+ "+ ...... "son +~'t~le (lays of '()I l" cl+ss, ' ............ ' (" " Cal FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 25 AND g6 ~, '~ sickening feeling, realize~)' . , .. , a~ t~ +-.'.ca R. B:imnan left M(mday afternoon+ [i I] school house Sunday morning and kl A story more human and fax more appeal. evcnin by R :. Mayn "d R. Th, rap- son of the ( ristian ,~ureh at Pc- mr louse Lloyd Hughes ,and Grace Darmond I W d daYc anThur d i' Vq..i. Parker ,,'as q visitor in Mt)~.- rl " cow the first of lasl week. := ALSO RAINDROPS, AND SKINNY S SICK. COMEDY ADMISSION 25e AND 35e e nes ,+0 say S'I+['Malcolmwasal)usinessvi'