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April 15, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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April 15, 1921

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COUHmY CORRESPONDENCE TURNB0W YLAT. Couuty School Superintendent S. F Sl',inkle visited our school ~)n~, day last week. Misses Auna and Nellie .l~}hnson of Garfield spent the week-end with their attar. Mrs. ,foe. Franzen. ! The farmers are busy in lhe fields: and the spring seceding has begun. Miss Clara Potter of Palouse vis- ited with her sister, Mrs, Rex Gross, during the week. Mrs. Neal McClure ~md son Bobby. Who visited Mrs. McClure's parents, Mr. :and Mrs. McBroom, near Reek- ford, have returned home. Miss Mamie Turnbow, who went. to the Cove last weeR to care for her sister, Mrs. M. D. St. John. who had the flu, was taken with the same dis- ease later in the week, but we are glad to.say they are both improving. PRINCETON. Arthur and John Henderson and Charlie Bull, who lmve been workin,,I here for the past month, returned t,~lone (lay last week and purchased Helmer this morning, t new Pord. Miss Geneva Skeen visited her little friends in Palouue from Thurs- day to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tracy and children are visiting Mrs. Tracysl n]oii~er in Spokane. Mr. Dupoae, wire owns a large cat- tie, ranch on the Coeur d'Alene reser- vation, near Sanders, purchased elev- en head of registered heifers of L. L. Young; last Saturday. Mrs. B. F. Cone went to Moscow last week to receive medical care. E. J. Armbruster, J. F. Papineaa and .lames Keane of Moscow were business visitors in Princeton Mon- day. H. L. ttawkins was here from Avon a couple of days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skeen were in ['alouse on business Saturday. Miss Patricia Maynard was a busi- ness visitor in Palouse Saturday. Frank Adair was calling on friends in town Tuesday. .John tIenderson went to Potlatch q r ! ill i II I Saturday Specials A limited number of hats will be put on sale at special prices Saturday. You can save money by buying from this lot. More new hats of the lat- est patterns arriving. Palouse Hat Shop I II I BRI[~F GENERAL NEWS MyronJ'ri~'vHerrick, of Ohio. will'be u~med 'a~b'assador to France by PTesldefft~ Hamling. Ex-1,)ml.ror Charles has returned to Switzerland. aftear his unsuocossful trip to thmgary4n an effort to reclaim tile throne. Relief funds totaling $2.997,010 have been sent to China, the American com- mittee I~r China famine fund an- nounced. More than $2,009,000 In road con-. tracts ~ere awarded during the pas~ week by the Oregon state highv~ay commission. R. O. Chotmley-Jones of New York was reappointed as director of rite bureau of war risk insurance by Sec- :rotary of the Treasury Mellon. Railroads suffered a deficit in Feb- ruary of $7,205,00& while 106 out of 200 reporting to the interstate com- merce commission failed to earn ex- i)enses aRd taxes, ao('ording to tabula- tions made public. SeeretarT of War Weeks announced that he had recolmmended to the chair. men of the senate and house military committees lh~l he be authorized to sell surplus army food s~lpplles to starving countries of Europe. The highest da, m in the world, to join the states of Nevada and Arizona, and harness turbulent waters of the Colorado river for extended irrig~H:ion in the southwest, is to be constrnc'ted in the near future by the United States reclamation service. Fraud Charged in Cuban Elections. New York.--f]mrges of fratld in the reeeut bye-eleeiions in Cuba ha ve i)een presented to Sed'etary of State tlugl|os and the Liberal party Is (,()literal Io abide by the state deparmlent'~ d-- ciatons, even should they be adverse to their claims, General Joe .\liguel Gomez. defeated IAberalist: candidate f6r president, said in a stalelneal. Forest Protection Week May 22. W~hington, I). C..--The week of .May 22 was designated in. a proclama- tioga by President I-[ardi]~g as "forest protection weeR." Palouse Defeats Walls Walla. T~he Palouse-Colfax scatter-gua ar- tists defeated Walls Walls in Sun- day's shoot by 74 to 70~. The usual top-uotchers in the Palouse team were not in evidence. Jim McClure shot 25, and Bert. Crose 24. George] Hamblin of Colfax broke 25 andI Dolph Coolidge and Jesse Neal, also[ I of Colfax, each broke 24. Palouse. still occupies fourth place. g~e:-i{ 1 ][-- ~]TF ~,~ ~;~ J% /~ Stocking Satisfaction IRON CLAD stockings are so .dainty in texture and so luxurious m appearance that n]ost women marvel at their obstinate resistance to wear. IRON CLADS owe their good- ness to a scrupulous sclcctioe of finest yarns, and to more tha;~ forty years of experience that e,> ters into the making of every pair. THESE good stockings come ia silk, lisle and cotton, at a wide Our Merchandise will Stand the Test of Comparison The Store That DUDLEY'S Saves You money New Neckwear for Men hicluding the new narrow knit ties and the new shapes fit silks. Priced from .............................. 75c to $2,00 Men's and Boy's Spring Caps .Just the right style and the materials are right Priced from ................................ $1.25 to $875 Special Men's black and eerdovian dress hose, former 25e values, to close out at 2 pairs for .............................. 25e Sizes 9Lh to 1i% Men's Dress Shirts We are showing the most wonderful line of men's dress shirts Wonderful fabrics at wonderful will see anywhere. II yoursupp]y of shirts is low, be sure to see these. Priced ................................... $1.75 to $6.00 ..~.e 5' .i~v ,. range of prices. Thereisa',lRON ~p N S 'NG CLADstyle that will give yozz WEAR stocking satisfaction. I The three essentials of good underwear are knit into a!l Munsingwear union suits. WASHABILITY You will be delighted with tl~e appearance of Munsing~ear after each trip to the laundry and surprised at the number of times it can be washed and still retain its shape and serviceability PERFECTION OF FIT Like a thin outer skin, Munsingwear. without bunching or sagging, respouds to every movement of &e body. It is the ideal underclothing for well dressed people. DURABILITY Munsingwear is qaalitywear. Because of high quality yarns and careful construction, Munsingwear has a durability &at makes for true economy in the end. We have the style you want. in &e size you want at the price you want to pay. Grocery Specials Princess Flour, a hard wheat blend. Sack $2.30. Barrel $9.00. Crimson Rambler Milomas Syrup, a marsh- mellow flavored syrup, the gallon ...... 95c Extro brand whole wheat flour, 9-11) sack 50c Western Maid water glass. April is egg lmcking time.. Quart bottles .......... 40c A good standard corn, guaranteed to please. Specially priced at 2 cans for .......... 25c Lye, all brands, the ca]t ................ 15e K. C. Baking Powder,25 oz. can ........ 19c Breakfast Brownies, a chocolated breakfast food, the package ..................... 30c Fancy dried peaches, &e pound ........ 30c 01d Faithful, a fancy hard wheat farina, 5-11) bags ............................... 34c No. 1 soft shelled Manchu=fan walnuts. These nuts are strictly fresh a~td have a delicious flavor. Priced for the week at, the pound 25c ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~uu~~l~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!~~i~~~i~i~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~iI~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~ m a m w u i BELL THEATRE i i ii iiii i I I iiilu ii I I ii I I I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 15 AN[) 16. SUNDAY AND MONDAY, APRIL 17 AND 18. !!, TOURNEuRMAR'cE ibu but eese n.i --few.m.o__ = VlVlAN RICH Presents the Great Drury Lane Melodramatic Success o m m m m a i l m m i m m a ! n i i D m m m m m a m i m m m B m u m m m e m m ! m i m n m m m m R i I a ,i m m i i i i l i i m m e m i i i i i " 'heWhite Heather" You will gasp at the dare- deviltry of the men who fight to the death on the ocean floor, eight fathoms down. You will be spell- bound at the sheer beauty of the scene. The sublime love tha~ leads a woman and a man up to the smashing denouement will hold you so enthraUed thav-- Come to see "The White Heather!" There never was another picture like it ! Adjectives cannot describe it! You must see it to be- lieve that such a picture is possible. By special arrangement the tmdersea scenes in "The White Heather' were produced by the use of the Williamson Submarine Tube and patented inventions the only means by which ~uch un- dersea scenes are made possible. Aho A Mack Sennett Comedy. "A Ladle's Tailor" Special Matinee at 2 P. M. ADMISSION 150 AND 25e Night at 7:30. Admission 2(k and ~e. : ~ IN "A World of Folly" A Fascinating Society Drama. Also a Fox New,. and Mutt and Jeff Comedy. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. APRIL 20 AND 21. Jesse L. Laskey Presents '912S VIVIAN Martin It all started in that ul- tra.modern hotel lobby. That's where she met the "city feller." No, he's not the villain who sought to bring about her downfall, Quite another person that. He was the fellow who usually has a spot- VIVIAN MARTIN A,'Louisiana" less reputation in the ~~~ "movies." Things are delightfully mixed up in "Louisiana." fie much so that it keeps you garbing and thrilling right up to the las~: minute. Also a Burton Holmes Travelogue. COMING-- SUNDAY AND MONDAY, APRIL 24 AND 25. W IL*t;,IAM FOX S PECIAL PP,,ODUC'TION William Fox Presents "Checkers" The Greatest Racing Story in the World. Thoroughbreds and high life intermingled with a basic drama of the human emotions.. Tense with life action, and abounding thrills. Admission 25c and 35c. H