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NEW LAWS AFFECTING ~places open until 8 p. m. ill state ELECTIONS AND PRIVILEGES county and municipal elections; registration begins January 2 instead ef ~n the first Monday in January. Among the last bills to re~'eive the attention of Governor :Hart were Card of Thanks. three inlportant incus (ll*Las affectingt We ~ish to express t|~e election laws. These measur'~s'thanl~s' to'the ;)eo;le who our sister(; were so kind were recommended I)y the joint corn- ti us at the time of the death of our mittee on elections and privileges, llittle daughter. We especially wish "['heir principal provisions are as fl-[tj funeral.thank the girls who sang at the lows: I MR. ,kND .~IRS. ALVAH THROOP. S. B. 194, party registration act,] provides: "At the time of registering, ', each elector shall declare the name of the political party with which he in- tends to affiliate at the ensuing pri- mary election or elections, and the name of such political party shall be state4 in the column headed "polit- cal faith.' " [f the elector declines ~o state his political party the fact i recorded. In transfers of registr'~- ties the same entry in the column headed "political faith" is made as that set forth in the original registr~- ties. In unincorporated districts ~ny person may change his political affil- iation once by re*registering ~fter ~ny bienial general election. S. B. 193 provides for election el precinct committeemen, strengthen'-; the primary system and definitely fixes the status of candidates as well as of political parties, it contain,~ features of bills submitted by former Supreme Judge S. J. Cha(Iwiel~. t)r Holy Trinity Church. ttoly Communion $:00. Churcll school 10:00. Mattins 11::00. Even- song 5:00. WOMEN MOVE TO DISARM Easter Mass Meeting Asks Conference With Nations of the World. ~,Vashington.--A resolution request- ing Presiden~ ltarding "to call a con- ference of the :]ations on world dis- armament" aed asking that increased appropriations of congress for arms ments l)~ postponed pending such a (onference, was adopted at an Easter mass meeting held under auspices of the won]cn's disarmament committee. Sen;~tor l]rah of Idaho again ad- vo(:at.ed an agreement beween the l;nited States, Great Britain amt Ja- pan to reduce naval a1~mament aud charged authors of the program for S. B. L. Penrose of -~VhilnLan (.olle,~o i increased armaments with being "sedu- and State Senator Los Johnson. lt:~lous patrons of bolshefism, painstak- provides for election of delegates to ing and industrious gardeners of us- count), and state conventions which] rest and misery." must be held prior to May 15 an(lI ~ June 15, respectively: repuires polit-] Soviet Labor Rule Flayed by Gt~mpert ical parties to file certified copy of] WashingtolL ~ Samuel Gompers, their platform and declaration o1~ president of the American Pederatlon of L~bo~, denounced as "unpatriotic Americans" those labor leaders who have criticised his refusal to indorse their principles with Secretary ofi State or County offices. Candidates I must file an oath upon seeking nomination setting forth that they either have affiliated with the party whose ~emination is sought for two years last past or since gaining the! right of sufferage. This oath also re- quires the candidate to show he is registered as a member of the party S B 195 cuts down election expens- es; allows county commissioners to group polling places for two or more precincts in a school house or other public place; provides for one instead of two poll books, keeps all polling the Russian soviet government or urge its recognition by the United States. Refusal to recede from his position was expressed by Gompers in a letter to the Central Trades Unions of Kalamazoo, Mich., Phoenix, Ariz., Laramie, Wyo.. and other similar labor organizations which had adopted reso- lutions condemning the administra- i Son of the federation because of its[ Russian stand, as subservient to capi- ] tal and against lhe interests eli Ith~ workers, i t i i PERCALES, THE YARD ............ 23c DRESS GINGHAI~IS, THE YARD .... 25c DEVONSHIRES, THE YARD ....... 39e The Store That DUDLEY' Saves You money WORK SHIRTS ................ WORK SOX, 2 FOR ............... 25e i KHAKI PANTS ................ $2.25 I ',$, Del Monte Pork and .Beans, .3 for ..... 25e God grade bulk coffee the pound .............. 25 Chocolate Jello, 3 for . 25c What Do Your Clothes Cost You? When anyone asks you that question you probably think of the price you paid. Tha~ isn't fl~e real cost, The real cost is the price divide& by the number of days you wear the clothes. Tha.fs wily we say your clothes will cost less if you buy the~ here. Yo~ get all-wool fabrics, finely tailored at $20.50 to $50.00 :,aid they give you more days of wear for every dollar spen~ than a~y other clothes we know of. Nerno Corsets to Close Out One !ot of Nemo Corsets, former price $7.75. specially priced to close out at ......................................... $4.25 Sizes 26, 28, 9,9, 30 and 31. ~ee the New Aprons l~Iadc, of brown muslin, hand embroidered, bungalow style. 2~i(~ed .~ro:.:~ ............................... $2.85 to $3.25 Small white beans. 4 pounds for .................. 25(. Elbow cut bulk macaroni. 31bs for .................... 25e F5!~:27 Van Ca.rep's spagetti .... 20c Tree Tea. . 1 ~ou~td .... 65c Ghirardelli's Co- coa, ~/~lb.. 25c Pink . salmon, . tall . cans, . 3 for .................. 28c Service Our Motto EXiT ROU D We are here to render service to you 'mad to do so Farmers in Eight Counties are Coop- _~ AT Ill[ BELL THEATRE we must stand behind our work. We are prepared erating With Extension Service. to do your Car Work--0xy-acetylene Welding of The curtain is rapidly being low- ~ ~ , ........ ,~,: all Metals--and Mach~e Work. ered on Mr. and Mrs. Ground Squir- ~ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AFRE 8 AND 9 And in a few days will care for your black~nithing rel in eastern Washington, for word Agenthas just been received bY CountYLodge that 8,275 ounces of i!i!!':::i:::i!ill :i::i Marguer'-eAdlphZukr Pre ents Cl=t a rk strychnine have just been purchased Kildow Hagen through theextenslon service of the :i::::~!i i Machine Shop. State College for the campaign. Thel ~}:i:::!!ii[i!ii~'::;;i~ ~! iN farmers in this county purchased ~ ..... ,.:, 3800 ounces of strychnine alkaloid ........ 'COME OUT OF THE ~:i "li~F~tti~~l~i~~l~~'~~} costing $7,003.00. ~ ~ '" With the combined forces of thel~ KITCHEN county agent, farm bureau, extension 1! service of the State College and the i Paramount Picture First: It is ~Id at a rood- u.s. bilogical survey the big fight erate price. You save when is being conducted in the counties of This story, of the girl who "played cook" and eaptured her you buy it. Adams, Pend d'Oreil|e, Whitman, heart's desire in spite of her lowly position, kept the crowds go- Stevens, Douglas, Spokane, Kittitas ing to Broadway to see her for two years. Bow the whole world Second: It has more than the and Okanogan. The farmers and co- can see Margurite Clark ~iumph in this famous play. o revnin trio e cute aO therefore, you use less. spent, so far this season. $~5,059.57]~ Also a Mack Sennett Comedy, "THE STAR BOARDER." Third: There are no fail- for poison alone. ureas-it ah, ays makes the Three special assistants have been Special Matinee Saturday at 2 P. M. sweetest, most palatable of employed to help with the campaign ~ i :i:,~ ~:i .... ...... Admission 150 and 25c Night Admission 200 and 30c foods, in the counties of Whitman, Stevens,~-- , ....... ~ and Spokane, and various methods ~ SUNDAY AND MONDAY, APRIL 10 AND 11 Fourth: It is used by mil- are being used to mix and distribute ~ lior's of housewives--leading the poisoned oats. ~ William ?ox Presents domestic science teachers Whitman county is mixing poison ~ The Man Who Gave the World its Greatest Thrill--- : and cooking experts, in fourteen different communities and has established stations in these ------ Lt OrmerLocKlear communities where poison may be ob- ~ @ tained on different days, for the next O SAV four months. Spokane county mixed ' ~ The Intrepid Daredevil of the Sky, in poison in six communities and had it!-~: "'TH~ SKY delivered from three centers. In, WA YMA N'" most of the other counties the poison ~---- A Story of Life and Thrills Above the Clouds. The Greatest Flyer Ever Known in the i is being mixed in one central place ~U~ |T" ~[N YOU ~ IT and sent out by truck over the court- ~ Air Romance Ever Filmed. ty. ~ ALSO PALS AND PETTICOATS. ADMISSION 25c AND 35c Farmers all over the infested area are backing the campaign as never .~_ -- WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, APRIL 23 AND 24 before, and the fight is one for com- plete eradication and not merely the ~-- Jesse L. Lasky Presents Fifth: It is the best Baking ~, yearly tussle with Mr. Squirrel. ~ YANT WASHBURN = BR Powder that can be produced. Was " "- given highest awards at World's Py~ne, Put to Work. ~-- "--'" " IN Pure Food Exposition, Chicago; Paris I!3q0osifion, Paris, France. ~al-met &'ffort~ tO harness the water power = A VERY GOOD YOUNG Nut Cooki going to waste In the Pyre~mes and _~ ~ i Sixth: It contains only such R~ip= transform it Into electricity are being intensified. = MAN" approved by the United States Food ~ ? cup sugar, 2 Engineers have surveyed entire, !i~ ingredients as have been officially ~ cup butter, Authorities. e g g s, t/2 c u p mountain ranges and have succeeded ~ A Paramount Picture flour. I level tea. i~I The finest quality Baking. spoon Cah:ne~ already In controlling many tot- ~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Powder--at the most economical Baking Powder, rents and making them furnish power. ~- His fanfily's reputation was in sad need of a vacuum cleaner [!!i[!:i: cost. q'he Biggest Bargain That ~j cup chopped Altogether 200,000 horsepower now Is __--___ after he had gut done repudiathg his previous reputation, bu~ Goesinto the Kitchen Today." nuts, 1 teaspoon furnished and capital amounting to ~ it got him the girl--and what do you care for his family reputa- Pound can of Calumet contains/ull I e m o n j u i c e. a00,000,000 pesetas have beer~ invested. _~ tion if you get fun and he gets the girl ? 16 oz. Some baking powders come in Then mix in tl~ Every day sees addition.s to the ti~:: 12 oz. instead of l6 oz. cans. Besure regule.rway, amount of power available, and en- ~ ALSO - you get a pound when you want it. gineers employed In the work estimate ~ A PARAMOUNT TRAVELOGUE = :: tn'a b. ii " _.