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!( t ~!i i~ :;. !91 C ICF; THE MOTION PICTURE REALM Girls, Watch Dan Cupid, Here are .qome striking lines from "If I ~rere King," in which William Farnum will al)Pcar Sunday and Mon- day, July 17 and lS at the Bell thea- tre. "if 1 Were King." as all. stage followers know. is from the pen of Justin Huntly McCarthy and was pre- sented on the stage by E. H. So{hers. + Mr. Farnuln is enacting the role ofI Francois Villon, the vagabond 0oet, in a superb Fox film version. The scenario was written by E. Lloyd Sheldon and closely follows the I)la.~. The verses that follow have a wide appeal : Daughters of pl,~asure one and all. Of form and feature delicate. Of bodies slim and bosoms small. With feet and fin,'ere white and straight. YOUr eyes are hright vo r Kraee is great To hold y,mr I,w,rs' he:iris iti thrall; [!se your red lips before too late: Love ere love flies b~yond recall. For soon the golden hair Is gray, And all the body's lovely line Ip. wrinkled meanness slipped astra) ; The limbs so round and ripe and fine ghriveled and wit herod : qu+m,'hed. the shine I That made bright your eve~ as a~f day; " w ~ i So, ladies, hear these ords of mln :{~ --I2ove ere love flutter~ far away i "West Is West" Costing. Ha smiled ai fate's rebuff when he'd staked all he had on a full house[ and the other man had tour aee~.i But when he got a job in a mine, het bamboozled poor old fate to a stand-I still and won the heart of a ~drl wh~i once tried to tip him. That's humanI Harry Carey in "Vtest Is West." com- ing to the Bell theatre Wednesday and Thursday. July 20 and 21. YOUTH DIES Of RARE AILMENT. Family Is Well Known in Palouse Country--Sick Ma~y Weeks. Potlatch, 3uly 13.---Just before 12 o'clock today death relieved the suf- fering of Martin Foss, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Foss of this city. His illness dates back to early last fall when trouble developed tn the left knee. Specialists were consulted who diagnosed the case as osteo sarcoma, a very rare disease. which statistics show to be only one-half to one per cent of the eases of cancer recorded, At that time the disease was in such an advanced stage that tt was impossible to check it. The little patient gradually grew worse and three lnonths ago was con- fined to his bed. Most of that time he has been under the influence of opt+ ates to relieve the intense suffering and for the past six days neither food nor water had passed his lips. as he was unable to swallow Through all the weary weeks when out front under the effects of the opi- ates he has been very rational and was conscious up to flee hours before he died. His buoyant disposition gave him hope to the last and he upper ceased to plan for the future. The family are well known In the Palouse 'country, having eome here during the construction of the ~'. I. M. railroad, by which road Mr. Fo~s has been employed as passenger con. ductor for many years. Besides his parents, one sister, Beulah, survive~. The heartfelt sympathy of the community goes out tn the family In their dark hour. Funeral services will be held at the1 home ~riday morning and interment 1 will be in the Palonso eeme err ! , t ~+ ! Pastor Transferred to Burke. Potlatch, July 12.--Rev. Father M F. Ryes, who came to Potlatch to take charge of St. Mary's Catholic church of this city a few weeks a~o. has been transferred to the parish of Burke. Idaho. In the short time Fa- ther Ryan has been here he has made many warm friends h~d a strong ef- fort was made to keep him here. Pe- titions and telegrams to the bishop of Boise were of no avail and Father Ryan left Friday for his new work. Ray. Father John N. Wagner, for- merly of Wallace. has arrived to fill the vacancy. Miss Farnham Has 0uests. SIx young ladies, friends of Miss Ruth Farnham, were entertained at the Farnham home last Friday night at a slumber party and breakfast. Yonng Ash Visits Parents. Follet ~h of Pendleton is visiting" his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I/M Ash. Young Ash is a graduate of the Pa- l~use high school. He has been away from home about two years and is now employed as an electrician and is making good. MUCH TIME IS LOST IN FIGHTING WEEDS Saevey Has Recently Been Con- ducted by Experts. Special Attention Given to Best Meth- ods of Conquering ~ome of Worst Pla~t~--Publ/catio~s on Eradi. cation ov Cor~trok Fighli/~g ,v~,(i~ ,*r'cup~+~> abont 30 spend~ in CtlltJva|i0] ()f ei'op~, LI+'+'++Fd" in~ tO PXl)t-VT~ +I) the I )),ted S+,.~+,,m : mean these things when we speak of i "growing old," but we fall to realize thin IhosP are no necessary acol,mp:mi tnents of the +v,+av.~. We me). tmfor innately, inb,+r]t thonI, or .+++ ~i]rH'rI,' : lOC)~ Canada Thief !,+. Depar[ll]efiL Cil'CGJ;t!'S : I()~. ( +.J,i+'Ot+.*,` 1~0 (5 cenI,~ a "+)P31. itawk~o,,d~ or Pstn! Br,tM]~.~, Deparm~ent l)ulletit],-, : 541 (|0 ,.ent~), Farm Prat:ti(:e in tho Cuitivl~+ tton of ("~t, tt,m. lid addition to rJ,e~ the follu.iug muDigraDhPd {outlets on ..p,,,.ial .wel,~is may h~ nhtailled by writlIl~ dJl'('cf DO rto]'age CrOp mvestigation~, bm'ea,) ot olant indus,~ry. Unitod Stat,.~ l)~.p,r~- me~r of Agriculture. "Wa,,~hir+gtolk [L C, : (~hen)iea/ Weed Killel',~ : Era(lieu+ l.hm +~f Nut. Grass: \Vild ('arro~ ; Crab- Gray, s: Killing Dan(lelioz,s it) l.awn; Sheep Sorrel: Chickweed it, l,awns: Eradleatio~ of Quack Grass: Wild Morning Gl,Jry, or Bind-Weed; Honey- suckle as a we~d : Perennial So~ 'l~iatle. HOW TO RETAIN YOUTH LONG Learn te Employ the Pas~aing Yeara With Con=tantly tncreaaing Wis- dom and Discretion. **I'I+ seient.e has lU'Oced (hi'~ t+,,ii+,+ t() I)e cight. Birds a)'+' ,.atl.~l+t ill I:;t~,s Ilia|do not hurl tiIIOLIi, alili+ko(l ',', il h tiny ]egl)afld~ el' t]ll]lllin/]ltt. (+Dc+h {)+*;It" lt)~ S It ]fill i~(H', aD~ )'(,1+~]I ~+.( I. N,~'t t : yell.r phi' ~allle hirfls al'P f':l]l"~~111 ~l;;t;)il| in the ~anl(, h)calit}. (filet+ wh++f* ,,,'+ e~.ll]ying the ~u)n+' nv'~! Evldenlly. a })it',}'. ,))~'t)~,)).~ !;))' '!; ve,:tion aI),l IO(+liti4)II llItlgl be ti:}}l+' :IS ~I1arVt~] O!) ~ au the ()](JOY xA )'i{ *';''~ il(~ ' llev(,d. "l'hP ,'vthird wit,rl.r~ :~ t;,r '~o:Ith a~ }+}tl}a]Ila. .tO1 ('~Itb;u(]K IIU:II",{(~'] ;t} f~orTh,rl] ()~ii4) (+;till(? l+a('l< T,) rFl+, .-~a Ill o noighborh~!od, yt~ar 3 fl+)P ~," I);! I', S()%r]oliHlo~ th,'y m+)v() a Fe~ r()IT+'+I" (~fQ'+: i~ ,+)T) +'~',!'('qqio)+ re+blot+ Bro+e ,)I]I O[" th+, ohl ,~'eh+,~k,~+ ti('al ,'a}(+tL(|gF. in "~'|]i:h l'(}N{jf;ll" :+U,l higi] boll(lnys were i)rilt:ed iH red ink. ~*['li~P iinpcH'T!t|ll (i:4"yS ., in the I~it)le- -.l()h. ehapi+*r It). w-rs+~ 2!). "I0hqd" originally meattt lati(| ,~Ii w]ti, h lree.~ had boon "('al)ed'" or "tl,')reciate g'enuzne high quality. C,m~.e in "&is week ard try on a few ef the new snla,'t styles in Mallory Hats Mea's Bib Ove,'olis $1.25 Made of 220 white back Denims, extra full el~hi pockets, wide su,q)enders. A strictly Overall. specially priced, the $ [ pair . .............................. Harve,,t Biankels $2.95, The Az';~.;y ~r N,.vy Blankets make fine Bla~:ket'.. as well as e:-:eellent auto robes. ~r,,~ Full size. dark color. Navy Blar, kets ..... ~..~. Ya!! Size K}~.aki Army $4 Blanke+.s. s Grocery Specials K, C. tlaking Powder, 25-ounce can ......... A good l~,ulk Caffee--tbe pound ............ Lu---2 packages for. ..................... Silk Soap---20 bars for. ................... Small White Beans--11 pounds ............. Quaker (luakie 0orn Flakes--2 for .......... Argo Corn or Gloss Starch--2 packages ...... Salmon. Chums. tr ll cans .................. New Shipment ot Childre.'s Footwear New styles a.nd new priees -,,re the features of our Chil0a'en's Shoe Department thi~ week. The very best of quality at the very best prices is what you wi!] see. A complete line of So+:++ Sclcs, First Step, Child's and Misses' Shoes, priced at 63c and Up ,,,/ .)- . L~-,::=T; .... I I~ BELL THEAT SUNDAY AND MONDAY JULY t7-18 WILLIh~ FOX PRESENTS William Farnum The noted star. in a film version of .Ju,stin Hunt{y MeCarthy'~ great novel and stage ~]ICCOSS. "'IF I WIRE ling' SHOW AT 7:30 P. M. ADMISSION 25c AND 35c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 15 AND 16 He failed as a ,aillionaire but succeeded as a proved he had more horse sense than his father gave hhn for when he saved the heiress from a bunch of crooks and the boys what a real American should be. A BIG HUMAN COMEDY-DRAMA OF THE MAN IN ALSO COMEDY "WHEN THE CAT'S AWAY" Matinee Saturday at 2 P. M. Admission 15c and ~ Night First Show at 7:30. Admission 20c and WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, JULY 20-21 HARRY CAREY , In his newest and biggest red-blooded outdoor drama mad the story by Eugene Manlove Rhodes "W ST IS W $T" Also "THE BETRAYAL," Tenth Episode of '" DIA MOND QUEEN" a Star Comedy, "WHO KISSED M~P' at 7:30 P. M,--Admission 20c and 30c