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June 24, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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In Our De .:o Saturda Me :1 ,_% Mr. Burch graduated in the ,:nder Ihe ~itle "'While New Vorkl $3 O0 iii tra nice bacon, speciall 12 lb .... 1901 at Pullman and he re- alma mater this year t,, lhe, annual commcnee- ~Xercises, Concerning his viMl, lmau t,h~ Pullman tter;ahl i~ hraan is entert, ainlng a notable engineer this week in the , of tl, Kenyon Burch of 1,o,~ Cal., ,t 1901 graduate from ale College, who has made good Vengeance in his chosen pro- It is Mr. Bureh's first visi~ in 15 years, and his many are extending congratulations remarkable degree of succes~ has attended his efforts Mace from the State college 2d ago. t~ippe(1 with a tlmr~)'ugh tech- training secured tbrongh his the State college, ~ natural for his chose~ l~rofession dogged determination to suc- Burch left Pulln~fin in Jnne to take ul) his life;s work. ibis week for the :m- ; exereise.q of. hi,s as one of the most ~uc- ~ining engineers of the day, of many appliances for ering equipmen, and oosses~e(l thin is but a. just to ht.~ remarkable e~ciency. taking his degree Mr Bureh by th~ Anaconda Cop- of Butte. Mont. an ;~ Here his excellence as ,~ a~ attracted attention and he more important work. ha went ~o Miami, Ard- Work on the construction ot cOOper nHning- and concen- equipment, later being ele- chief engineer in charge of ~nd construction for this corn- lie developed many Improve- the equipment ~ed in these and has for. some years l onSible for all Wm;k of thisI by the Phelp,~ Dodge eorpw involving several l)iant~ I It Arizona and Mexico. The COrporation i~ second the Guggenhetms. magnitude ef the work for is responsible ca~ bg judged following arttcie, which ap- the Literary Digest for 8: the greatest mining pro- sOUthwest is the razing a~er~to Hill at Bis,bee. Ariz- the Phelps Dodge corpora- recover approximately 2.~.- tens of low grade Copper ore Under the mountain. Within thls mass wilF_ha~r~ been en- and the bulk of its sent to the smelter or mill 0,O00,000 poun0s of cop- Will have been recoyered ',i~ the -~SK, ,, ...... lh: Btlrcb made sever~i:':addi'esses ~.~ stlldent body and.chmnber of i]torte While at" Pui~iidn:"and he Sdg tie returned to L6u Angeles Attend l~oneer "I'icnic. sen~ e attended th.annual picnic at,,,']hltrnan County Pioneers' as- at Pulhnan Wednesd a v. ~e ~,V, Case Or St. John was eleci- ~reSlflent for next ~' M . ,~ear'" H9n. W. t% CCroskey of Colfax.' formerly ;'s,C'tY. was on,, of the speaker~. ,~uaa 200 Person....who came to ralou ' " ' _ so. cmintr, ,+tier to 1888 pre~nt ^o"~regular semi-mp.~'thly meet- m the city council ,~he drily im- .ant question that f~ame up was eh~e of having t~e cows from n. Whets arc sell'ha'milk tuber- - I:eSt ~,' ' ',. ~ el. The ntatter was re.- to a COmmittee ~hlch is to re- ~1~ th- '~ ' " ' ~.: e matter at the fiext rd'gu- '~eetl~lg Ill Tax Drive Order~d. l:hington, D. C.~Milllons of dol- a delinquent taxes and penalties ~,hs Collected, the internaf r'evenffe -u eSU . mated, zn a, aatlon-wMe tax ~Ordered to begin In July by Com- '~t~~er Blair. Plying squadrons are ,nit eYe,r~~ large city. ' ~ee ie Attacked in Price Quarrel. ~burn, Or.--Fred Wright, who ted excitement In the strawberry ~et ia Portland and at Hubbard by '~af .low prices, was .b~ongbt to. o~ for medical ~mslstanee.. after ~,hadly beaten as the result of a "t~ta hl~ ~t~wberlT patch. Sleeps" lhe producers have made aL ~'ereen melodrama, which, according Io reporl, is not only intensely inter- esting from its wealth of New York atmosphere, but tells a lhrilling, tliough not'lurid, story of New York life. as lived hy the upper, middle and lower classes. The thing for which New York i~ famous or notof iou~, a e, eording io ~he point of view, l~ave been brought in incidentally ~o, the plo~. One sees lhe New York skyline, sll- hmletled a,~'-dnst the blackness of night, with the millions of lights in the ,~kyserapers (winkling like stars. Marvelon~ vlew,~ of ~hc Great \Vhito Way, from a photographic stand- point, are interspersed through the fihn, showing the dazzilng electric signs from which Broadway in part gets its name. The throngs of people on the strem:s and the pleasure-seek- ing crowds in the fashionable cafe~ and cah~,retg imve been \roves into e picture. thin one act o.f the picture occurs a] dancing number from the famousI ! Zicgfehl Midnighl Frolic show, filme(1f alop the New Amsterdam theatre, t and the a.udienee gets a close view of{. Dolores. lhe stately beauty, who ere-[ ared snch it sensation among New [ York belu|v critics when she ws.~,._~' discoverod by Mr. Ziegfehl. Exqni-i sltn shots of the .~velrv in the Palai:~i RoylI] are seen. Frank Mayo in "The Red Lane." A marveloas exhibition of horse- nttnship in given by Frank Mayo: ~ho In "'The Red Lane," ,9[ Universal star, p_ex~ ITnlversal featnre which COllieS i to:lhe Bell }heatre Wednesday andl Thursday. June 29 and .20. Mayo isI known as one of the best riders in l filmdom and many" thrills are pro- vialed by his daring feats, FARM BUREAU FIXES WAGES. Bold Interesting Meetiztg' at Colfax.-~- Want Lower Warehouse Charges. : At a meeting of the Farm Bureau al Cortex last Saturday William Dol- ing of Garfield. C. J. Doneen of Farm- ington and H. E. Goldsworthy of Ro- salia were appointed to confer with the warehousemen of the county .con- cerning a reduction in the handling charges on wheat.. The committee was instructed to asl~ "for a handling and storage charge of $1 a ton until January 1 and t0 cents a month after January I. They were instructed, ff necessary, to take tbe matter up w[tia the public ,~ervice commission -t~ Olympia, Tl~e following wage ~cale wa~ adopted for harvest: Haying ................... $2.50 Shockers ..... i ............. 2.00 Pitchers ................... ~.00 Header box drivers ........ ,2.00 Bundle drivers .............. 3.00 Horses. per ~eam with wagon.- 1.50 2.00 Cook ...................... Steam stationary engineers .... S.00 Gas st,~tionary engineers ...... ~;.00 7.00 Combine man .......... " 8.00 Steam separator lnen ....... ,%00 Gas separator men ......... 5.00 Firemen ................... Sack ~ewers, stationary ....... 5.00 Sack uex\ers, combine .... '.-. 5.00 4.O0 Jig, driver and header man... Header puncher ........... 5.00 Pull binde'rs ............... ,2:00 5.00 gtacker~ .................. Spike p.i tch .............. Flunky ................. Forkers ................ Hoe ............. Derrick drivhrs ........... Wheat- haulers. Working in peas .......... ~mith Graduates at W, S C. Charles Smith finished the course in agriculture at the Washington" State college la~ week. He will teach, and do research work at gun- nyside the comSng year. It Pays to Advertise.:' .\ rely days ago J. N. Collit{~ [~i~" serted an ad in Th,e RepubItc want eolumfl advertisin~ sheep for ~ale. Some,days later he came in'and .iaid: "Stop my ad. I have sold all mY sheep." Mr. Collins s~ys "It Pays re Ad~;eJ'tise," LEOAL ~UBZICATIONS NOTIP~ OF APPOINT~T.~T 01~ GUARDIAN AND TO CR~Drr0RS. In the Sui/erio~ Court of ~the State of Washington, in and for the Coun- ty of Whitman, Out oJ the Kitchen IT'S easy to keep your kitchen neat and clean when you have a good oil cookstove. You also have lots of time for en- joyment out of the kitchen. A good oil cookstove with Pearl Oil is clean and econom, ical. A steady dependable heal m concentrated on the cookhag-- leaving the kitchen cool ~d orrdortable. Pear? Oil is refined and re- refined by a special process It is clean burning~orm, For ~,~le by dealers every~ where, ~TANDARD OIL COlld~&a'N[~ (Californh) PEARL, OIL H EAT AND LIGHT Nugget brand Cocoa 19c * lb .......................................... Extra good roasted bulk coffee. To intro- i!iduce this coffee we will nave it on sale for Saturday only at an extremely low 25C *:'~' **$, price. While it lasts, per lb .......... ": Blue Karo Syrup, .* " " 85c ' **** per gallon, .......................... ,'i** Red Karo Syrup. 93c .?, Der gallon, .................................. !!! 25c ' Crystal White Soap, the million .r. bubble soap, special, 4 bars, ...... o;, iii Fels-Naphtna Soap, 25c Three bars, .............................. -.-. Swift's Wool Soap, toilet and bath 25Cor**:* i!i Three bars, .......................... **;o This week will almost finish up the Spo- ~ kane strawberries. Come in and get yours 0 while they are plentiful. We have lots of 0 them at the right price. .* We have lots of sugar now and it is, quite o ,* cheap. Come in and get yours for canning. ** Extra special. Two pound tin 35C"' Roast Beef, each, ...................... .:, These prices are for cash or trade cheeks. ,:' Bell Theatre FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 3UNE 24 AND 25 SHIRLEY MASON A -romantic comedy drama by Zangwlll. Scenario and direc- tion bY LeSaint "WHO'S WHO" MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P. M. ADMISSION 15c AND 25c NIGHT SH0W AT 7:30 O'CLOCK &DMISSION 20c AND 30c SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JUNE 26 AND 27 "WM|LK NI~.W YOIR, F,. Do you know New York~ Its bright lights and bla0k Shadowa~ Its Gay Whb:~ Way--Its Underworld WiLLLAM FOX PRESENTS "While New York Sleeps" Staged by Charles J. Brabin A PICTURE OF NIOHT LIFE IN THE OREAT NETROPOLIS SHOW AT 7:30 P. M. ADMISSION 25e AN1} 35c n WEDNESDAY AN]) THURSDAY, 3UNE 29 AND 80 "'THE RED LANE" J~ iii h GRF~T LOVE DRAMA OF THE BIG OUTDOORS STAERINO "'FRANK MA YO" IT'S A UNIVERSL PICTURE ALS0 SEVENTH EPISODE OF "THE DIAMOND QUEEN" AND A STAR COMEDY~"WHEN EVE PELZ"' 8HOW AT 7:30 P. M. - =ADMI88ION ~0~ AND 30c ,j