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April 22, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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December, ~ASON, ry Publlc. tltkev, in* Blood oil stem. Send ?olado, O. ;lpattola. tROS 'ts, ;e Bank )n Ilette ~urts and ix, Wash. n$on IROAT BLdg. aw, Idah~ fl seen ~-R ;..Palace, Gn te bank No. ',.',2 :ntist ~ank se, Wa*~ ,ectory 7. Woedmeq itin* me~q felt G. C.i nphere, CII ig[: NO. 4_6,~ 'me ~ts s.m~ ~aeh mon~| we~com~J 'son. Neer~ NO. 27, l.O:~ ~aturdm, .~1 3ank buildl~ ~enburg, S~ ........... ~J bo~g. No. 'earth Tu# invited. Burton. No. 58, of Red esday eve~ ed. ief of Re~ ;er No. A coml)arisoll (H~ SOllle ~i IhPsP elals wit]] ~hc e*l)enditures fat cdli- diotz is intere~;ting. Tile alIlOllI]~ Md for face powder, perfltnles ~lIld )Staeth,s i~ \~i~l~in ,~50,0O0,(J00 of siee the .lmount paid in 1913 f()r )ethers' ~ularics in i)ubiic, elemcn try [ln(i ~ocon(iary schools, Th(' laotlnl paid for jewelry is nearly 100,000,O(~0 more than the salarie~ ~ teachers in elementary and high ~hools in ].qlS. The $50,0)0,0(0' aid for chewing gum is 2V2 times le eXl)enditures for ,nort]ial school.~. The $350.000.0l) 0 expended for ft drinks is marc than 2~,~ times e amount paid for higher education Id is more than the value of all the~ .liege and university b |ihlings :,ndl cmitories in 191S. The cost or cigarettes alone in 1920 ?,s nearly twice the anlonnt paid for ie salaries of I)ublic, elementary and .'Ondary teachers in 191S, If the ~Ple had used one-third less tobac- last yeqr, teachers" salaries eouht ve heen raised 120 per cent. It is :imated that the cosi: of last year l )aeeo in all ,)f its forms equals tim st of higher education for 273i ~::i to make the matter of expendi-i es more concrete and more reul,I Us see what the people of Palouse]I ttributed as their share of some oft items or the nat ion's hill of luxu-I L Loyalty to our community will Permit us to admit that Palouse )elow the average in its enthusi- t for Drogress. in the character of People and in the enterprise of it,~ il~ess men. Neither will thi~ loy.- and our h)cal pride permit us to ak that l he peopie of Palouse ex- ded for luxuries last year an )tlrtt less than the general average the country. Using 105,000.000.: aI~Proxtma te poptHation of the ted Staten in 1920. as the divfsor, 1200, the. population of Palouse, he multiplier, we find some of the ~tditures for luxuries last year to DORM [l|lfll/jnn HIM llllre and it comes here Friday and Satur-~ hut principally because its ~tory t. be as follows: Vor soft drinks .............. $40~..Ii']A]~VA]~U MAR LilVI:5 ,~,y, April 29 and 30. It's a Para-!nnfolded against a background Of { (*i&'tlreltos~ ................. 9132 )mount! )gorgeous splendor so dazzling and so VERSION OF MIX UP .......... ,