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June 17, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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FOR MEETINGS Weeds and Various Methods Will be Discussed By B, F. Sheehaa. Sheehan, field agronomist of division of the Uuivor- Idaho, will be iu Latah county' the Week beginning .tune 20 With O. B fletcher, countyI agent, and the people of[ eounty in their weed eontrol ANNOUNCES MANEUVERS BY U, S, AIR CRAFT the I.imo that Mr. Sheehan :he county excursions, will be nine Communities ,f the The schedule for the meet- the northern part of Latah is as follows: Princeton, L. farm, Thursday. June 23, a. m.; Kennedy l~ord and col/~ lh u little, at Kennedy hall. Thur,~day. .lune 1:30 pm. tlllllllilies in Wllieh exenrsions held decided upon the e_x- 'iS a P,~tl'l of their work on control l)rojecI for I 92 I. exetlrsions lhe noxiolls of the 7arious colnolunities Studi0d and control methods ~very on~ on the excllr- made familiar with the Weeds of lhe co|mty so that be able to identify them. s0nae of the esl)eeially noxious not grnwin~ in the com- ;q)]ena wil I be 1 :(ken ir~) Ling so thin all . Inav conic to .weeds "tnd thereby be en- keel) them from getlin.': :t the eommnn it) farmers "tre llrg'e(i to exetlrsion ~tlHl lend ullp-- inlDorl ant work. CORRESPONDENCE PRIZ~CETOI~.- Janaes Skeen and children are this week ~'isiting witt~ and sister. went to Bovill Lo Johu:on. of Harvard was a visitor in town Friday af- HOskins and wife returnett Ins last Thursday. wher~ for the last year. Leinhard of Harvard in via- daughter. Mrs. Pre.d John.- trtney and family arrived last Wednesday from he has been pmutor of church for the past assembly seuL him to of the work here for the Mrs. John Leinhard anti to Avon last Sunda, rs. Lelnhard,~ father, Mr [,ivingstolt and Mr,,:. e were guests of Mr. and Roach of Reek Cree morning while Wil- l, Who was working for eh Lumber company at as loading a wagon with team became frightened Mr. Bacon jumped breaking his right taken to the hospital at Mrs. Ruepple are visitors at the home of l~loyd t~ennett and twu chil- f~arfleld have returned a few days with Blase. Mrs. Ben- rt Babb is on the sick Yilliams-and wife from moved back to Palouse will f~ke charge of dairy bttslness Mr left. here last averly Ward(man. night watchman was murdered Monday he attempted to appre- were ransacking the Place. His body was next morning by C. K. of the garage. John- Was still in his hand his revolver was in its that he was shot g a chance to fire. The entered several business did not secure pillage Over $100. An old lady three shots fired -'k m the morning, but further did not Palouse Audiences. of the Chautau- theraselves as highly the patrons of the Chau- on the entire etr- had as appreciative at Palouse, Director of Naval Aviation Lays Out Extensive Program for Summer and Fall. BIG AIRSHIPS TO TAKE PART Giant Dirigible Purchased From Great Britain Will Take Trip West aa I IHE MOTION PICTURE REALM Your Husboaxd or Your Art Suppose you are a young seulptress 'in Greenwich village, surrounded by the glad, carefree Bohemian life for ~which the American Latin quarter % ~elebrated~ You have a tea room 'wbich keeps away the "high cost" and you are happy amid this interest- 'ing whirl of artistic spirits. But--- across the court Is a young man, a re- ! volver pointed at his heart. Yoil ~crettnl. You toss a dish to startle i I ihlm. Then you learn his troubles.! You help him. You gradually fall In love. Then In your arms a sculptured ,figure seems to turn to a baby. You Far as Chiago--Maneuvars idream---what every woman dreams. Atso Planned for Pacific. ]Iie proposes marriage---you accept. Washington.--With Atlami(' and !You turn from a.rt to be a housekeep- t'a(.ific fleet air forces mobilized at e~ ....a mother. Babies come, work bases on tile two coasts, an inIensive piles up, bills accumulate. Your hus- program of .~ummer and fall maneu- hand is drawing away. A rich med- vers is heing planned by Capt. William I dler whom he has been instructing on A. Mofl'~H. dh'ecto,' of naval avialhm. : the violin is whispering harmfu Starling with the Joint army and navy b(nnbing tests t,ff the Athtntiv coast, designee to ~est the olIensi~e "fl~ue OI" air(-rflfl against naval ves- sels. navy flyer~ ~witl be put through sevPr;i I nn)nl h~ of stiff exercises. Early in July the naval airship ZR-2, purcha.~od il~ (}r(.:Jl Britain, will H.v Io tills COllnll'y Jrl (.ll~lI';4e of all AlnPrie;ln Pt'ew. A gl'eaI aerial demon,~lrallou will tiiaPk her :lrl'lval. Oelllehnlcllt,'~ of seaplnne.~, flying btlals and dirt,'i- hies will try far out to sea to meet tl~e big ~irMdp and os(,ort hey tn d poinl (Ill the .Illantlv (%~a.;1 .ills[ llc, Fth of Be ~1 o i'l. Test Mooring Mast. 'l'be Z, tt.'2' will then skirl lne CotlsI ~OIII|IW,.':IF([. pILqSillg ov@r Iht" i~vin,'ipal Oilie~. I,~ Philadelphia. theu [)rot.peal fO the gianl navy hangar at I.akehurst, N. ,i.. and be ":tDchorcd" to fl "'In((of ing ma~t." she fir.~t device or [hi~ kind tO be el'at-ted in Ihis eounIF3". Experr~ f(mm Great Britain will superinlen0 the ero(.lJon uI" the mast which will he a ~leol slrncturP llbonl 1511 fool hi'.:'h with a Swiveled bridle a! the I~)l= tO whit'Ll lbe of the dirigible will t)e moored, permit(in"- the Mtip to swing always nose in the wind. The struelnre will (-tlsl 3hottt $.'~l).t){ll). :lnd orohahty be fitted with ~ln PJevalor IO Ol:ll'l'y Ilia ,.row o'( Ill(' dlrigrible to an0 fronl Ihe g('ound. A flor being thoroughly overhauled. tile Zl.~-'d will undertake s el'OS~- country cl'ui~e 10 ~how rhe ~llip lO lilt' p-,.q(l~. Will Pass Over Many Citias. PI'e~oIII |)]an~ Pall for a trip (o Chi- cago sap return, ~t least ny way ot tile' ~.olltilvrn tmrder of the (treat Lakes. a~tl if cities west of l'ltlcago i.~rovi|te tapering facilities the oruise Ilia)' bP PX fended indefinitely. The ~hip ,'a,, in,ate a roulld trip 1o l'hi. I';i~o wiltl~nlI r~fllel[ng. I-lasin2 ,,n I.akehllrsl, the ZP,-2 i~ tO el)crate along the eoasl late]' and par- lieil)ate tin air fleel mobilization and ~,'xt on~i yr. Ill il n eu yerf, and t~('| h'a I drills. On the Pacific eoasr similar tnaneu- vers wUl be conducted in connection with the Pacific fleet. It is possible a squadron of naval aircraft may at- tempt a trip "'around the rim" of the country frotn a point, in Washington state to Maine. dnrlng the year, the lottgest airplane cruise ever attempted. Finns fur a flight from San Diego, Cal.. to 1.hi.~ city ha~e been abandoned, as Capt. H. C. Mustlo, commanding the Pacific fleet air force, who would hqve led the expedition, cannot be spared from summer exercises of the Pacific niv forces. 250,000 LIVE IN DASK R00MS Detroit Health Department Issues Warning Against Modern Building Trend. Detroit. MJeh.--q'wo hnndred an(] fiftY thousand resid+'n~s or Detroit are Ih'ing in the dark. This statement has heeu issueO I)y the board of health housing depart- ment. followlug an investigation of The amount of lighl pre~ent Jn [)PlrOit apartment houses. If (,are is not taken. De(roll will be- come a city whose apartments are illuminated entirely with artificial light, and ventilation obtained hY ar- l:ifieial means, rhe health depa('tment Itnnounces. Thi,~ condition i~ cau,'~d by ,?row(I, ins of honscs together, erecrion of the so-called "H-type" buihling~ with Iol line vourls, and desire of the build- $.r tO alillze every inch of land. it will result in the exclusion of light from mo,~r of the apartments, the de- partment asserts. 'COURT BARS U. S. SPELLING #~ust.ra lien Chief J uatic Rules in Favor of the English Forma. Melbo)zrne. Victoria.- Ametqcan forms of spelling here been barred from official documents in the high eouet. The federal chief .iustlee has annouw'ed that he will not allow lheir introduction and has ordered the spell- ing of the word~ "program" and "sen- tel"' (:'hanged to "proTflmme and "',:en- tre." He remarked that English sp@lling was good enough for l~im. Dead Hero Made a Marahat. Paris.--Gen, G.aJlieai, foraler min= is(or of war sad former mill(sty ~ov- ernor of Paris. who sent the at'my of Paris to file Marne iv 1914 In taxi- cabs and who (lied in 1916. has been posthumously named a marshal of laranee in a decree stgned by President Mlllerand. Tills was In a(,cordanee with authorization $1veu by parlia- ment reeemLV. things in his ears. You love hint more than ever. Yell pray he may be spared to fen and your children. But still he drifts further. Voa are about to lose him, when It happens. The thins Iwhich makes "A Woman Who Under- stood" a big picture. See it and learn lhe smashing end. It will be at the Bell theatre next Saturday only. Tom Mix in "The Daredevil," i i Tom Mix has surpassed all his pre-J vious efforts In "The Daredevil,"l which will be shown at the Bell! theatre Sund'ty and Monday, June l~)J :rod 20. "The Daredevil Is Mr. Mlx'sI I l own conception of what a western] ptcture should be.. Mr. Mix has a role I that fits him like a glove. No one else could fill it. And Mix has sur-t rounded himself with a cast that i~] f am ~xcellen! as the star himself j Two Episodes "The Diamoatd Queen," talon Eileen Sedgwick, daring and t- ed .~=tar of "The Diamond Queen" al- ways welcomes a chance for water stunts. She has been an accomplished ~whnmer and diver all of her life. - I J. F PAPIN[AU AUCIION[[R My i)~=st sales are my best ref- t,l.ei(,.~, li'arln an(1 Pedigreed .qtock Sales a specialty. Price~ rigltt nnd ~ntisl'acl.ion guaran- I ,',0{I ( ';] ] ] ~;'h()ne l?';.l rnlei's !)tlxl or Main 45, R. b". D. 5, Mosoow. ldaho. Also breeder of ,~horthorn Cattle and C. W. Hogs. Dates can be made at G. D. Kincald'-s office. 24-52t E. M. IRWIN ~CCKR~Or4 TO ~mderson & Co. lTndertaker Wali Paper and Glass, Pic- ture Framing. Telephone 65 I MAJER Spokane, Wash. MADAME Hyde Bldg. Accordian-Knife-Side-Box Pleating Hemestitohing, Braidinflo Buttons, Buttonholes, Hat, and Feather Work. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION ~vvvvvvv@vvvvvvv v LEGAL PUBLICATIONS V v~vvvvv~v~v 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS. in the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for Whitman County. In the matter of the estate of Mary E. Beach, deceased. To all creditors and persons having claims against the above named estate: Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned, Elizabeth E. Bloom and John Bloom, have been appointed and have qualified as Executrix and Exec- utor, respectively, of the above named estate, and you are hereby notified and required to make out and verify your claim or claims and serve the same, with the necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned Executrix and Executor, or upon their attorneY, W. E. McCroskey, at his office at Colfax, Washington, and file the same, with proof of such service, with the Clerk of the above entitled Court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, within six months from the 27th day of May 1921. and if you fail so to do your claim or claims will be for- ever barred. ELIZABETH E. BLOOM, Executrix. JOHN BLOOM, i Executor. I Pnstoffice of each, Palouse, Whit-I man County, Washington. [ W. E. McCROSKEY, I Attorney for the estate, office and[ Pustule(co address, Colfax. Wash-[ lngton, a Crool! CPooll Onlside it was cold, (lark and rain) hut from tile lighted windows of th, regimental P. C. came sounds of mirth a:Id .:.o}lltieation. "Say, buddy," said Post No, 2, Just ox't~r and ,,.'|'een to the job, "what does 1). i . sI:|u(l for, anywayT' "'Oh, t/rot?'" answered Post No. 1, an old-timer. "That means pinochle club." -- -l::xch,,.n=e. CORD TIRES Now Selling at the Price Level in Tire Lowest Hi.tory 30x3 - - $24.50 32x4 - - 34x4 - - 5490 (And Other Size~ in Pro r.~t:on~ Tire repair met=. wht~ )udge val,.te:~ }>eat, cl.w~ these tires ae having the sturdle:,t c,.~/t;as5 D.'tA~..i:-. FOr[V-SCVerl high- grade car tnamffacturer~ use iLe:n a, ~.anc~a~d equipment; They are the quality choice o{ cord u:~era. Thie new low price ia made possible by stt~ctc:~t ec.onoa,e~ and specialized production Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of makin~ 30x3}/~inch Non-Skid fabric tires. With a daily capacity of 16.000 tires and 20.000 tubes, tLis plant permits reiirxed production on a quan,hty basis All materials used are the best obtainable, The quality is uniform. It ie the best fabric tire ever offered to the cat owner at any price.