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i ISN'T IT THE TRUTH? That there is a lot of satisfaction in buying Merchandise you kn()w is up to the ut m quality as well as style. That, you know, is worth the money you pay or can get your money back. 'That, you know, is just as represented; if you buy il silk you know it is silk. If you buy it for wool you know its wool. For 20 years Dudley has sold you just that kind of Merchandise in Palouse, and will continue to sell you just that kind of Mer- chandise as long as he continues in business. Dudley's Prices have been right, are right and will be ~-[q Dudley's Service is the Best Service Dudlev's will continue to Sell you the highest quality of Merchandise at lower than you can buy elsewhere, and guarantee you your money's worth or your men back on every purchase. New Fall Merchandise is arriving daily. have no intention of buying at present. WATCH OUR We will consider it a pleasure to show PRICES They Will Save You Money you; even though The Store That DUDLEY'S " Saves You Money SIMILARffY IN ANCIENT AI~T See~ns Proof That at Some Time China Had Cultural Communica- tion With Europe. More than 2.000 years ago China had cultural communication with Eu- rope, and this eommnnication was by way of Siberia. In an interesting pa- per to the Journal of the Royal An- thropological Institute of Great Brit- ain and Ireland. Professor Selignmn has shown a cultural communication in the so-called bird-chariots which in Europe are of late bronze age (about 1300 B. C.). In China there are certain hrou~e vessels known in Chinese as "dove chariot vases" of the .ltan dynasty (B. 0. 206-220 A. D.) An example of one of these vessels Is illustrated in the . Japanese manual Shin-She ,~el and is supposed to represent a dove sup- ported on either side with a wheel. while In the downward-curved tail is also a small, wheel; the vase's mouth is In the bird's hack. These vessels are supposed to have been used in ritual ceremonies. In Europe the bird-chariot is some- what different, being mounted on four wheels, while the mouth of the ves- sel, also in the bird's back. is covered usually with a movable lid in the form of a smaller bird. Other ~mall birds are also somethnes added in various parts, as in one example Just in front o~ the axle of the front wheels. Leisure Hours Reveal Much. You cannot tell from a person's oc- cupation what sort of man he IS. One's occupation t~ not always a mat- ter of his own choice. We take such work as we can get and not always the work we most like. On the other hand you can always estimate a hu. man being from the use he makes of his leisure. The real tendencles and etandards 5f a Lnan are clearly re- vealed by the use he makes of his leis- ure. Then It is that we reveal our- selves according to out' natural tastes then It is that those who observe us can tell what our standards really are. --Nicholas Ms,lilLY Butler. On the Feee List. "Beg pardon, sic." said the door- man at the exOusive club. "Haven't you made a mistakeT" "I reckon not." replied l,'armer Giles. "The sign on the door suys "No ad. mission,' and If there's no admission It's free. ain't It?"~l,ondon Ideas. Not What He Thought. "Ms, come on out and b'I uJe Wou get on top of our garage." "Why, WILlie. Whatever ptu st;oh an Idea Into your head?" '1 Just overheard the next dora neighbor say you were a grmt ~r." NEW FRENCH LINER ARTISTIC The Paris, Recently Launched. Has Eleven Decke and Is Like an Art Museum. A writer in a recent number of Le Petit Parlsien devotes nearly a column of most poetic prose to the new steam- ship Paris of the French Transatlantic company, launched recemly at I,e Havre for the New York run. The Paris is a little more than seven hun- dred and sixty-eight feet in length (not quite as long as the Mauretanla), has II decks, 64 llfeboals and three stflcks. Her weight is 35.000 tons. While not palatial, the new liner is described as a work of art. She car- Hes a crew of ('~4 and about 3.0(}0 pare sengers. Among the features of her equipment are mentioned a terraced care and an elaborate children's play- r(mm. The vessel is an oil burnerr and all the cooking and heating is done by electrlcity. The French writer, above mentioned. observes thai the Paris would do very nleely as a museum and Is a "perma- nent. lasting salon of modern F|~neb art." Iv tbe grand drawing room. lined with mauve woodwork, the Pain- ter Lallque has employed a design of butterflies representing lhe hours. while a symholic'd canvas from the brush of Alber! Besaard pays homage to France and America. Files Imperfect. Mrs. ltohinsun--l)idn't 1 tel~ y,~u never to o,me Iwre'.; Framp---I beg pardon, madam: it's 01e l'aull of my secretary. 1 tnld hhn to strike your name from my visiting !lst.~Lond~m Answers. Wilcox Sells Property. D. J. Wilcox sold his porperty on Church street last week to Ethel H. Wood. The property was formerly owned by Dr. Couplin. A. K. Har- rington has been occupying the prop- erty for the past three months, Missionary Society Will Meet. The Woman's Missionary" society of the Methodist Episcopal church Tuesdaywill meetafternoonWlth MrS'at 2D::Cho,cl::kt. All members ar~ asked to bring their study books and also their friends. Mrs. Herren Visits McPhers0ns. Mrs. Catherine Horton of Moscow visited with Mrs. M. D. McPherson Wednesday. Water Will Be Off Sunday. Owing to repairs being made to the Palouse mains, water will be off for part of the day on Sunday. Paramount Week At the Be Friday and Saturday, Sept. 9-10 September 4 to IO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 2 and 3. Sunday & Monday, WILLIAM FOX ~)resonts THE SIXACT SWNSRINE COHEDY . SKI P-I FEATUIHN6 3000 A FOX SI~CIAL Six Reels--4~000 Feet of Real Comedy. Clyde Cook, 1000 Sun- shine Widows, Singer Mid- gets, Complete Bantam Cir- cus--a host of funmakers. Also A FOX NEWS Matinee Saturday at 2 p. m. Admission 15c-25c Night Show 7:30 and 9:15 Admi~ion 25c-35c i!! ~ ~~# tl WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. SEPT. 7AND 8 _;[Gir reed, Bryant Washburn "IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE" --ALS0~ "The Hand of Fate" li~'~l~,:~ --Seventeenth Episode of-- "'~'~e Diamond Queen" A Paramount-Mark Sennett Comedy, 'Movie Fans" Matinee Saturday at 2 P. M. Admission 15e-25c Night Show at 7:30 and 9:15 Admission 20e-300 And A PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE E I'q ~ ':-~ ~/: t,! i4 ET " , ~,.ar~ Learn~ What Woman Learns --ALSO-- A Paramount-Mack Sennett - BRYAN T WASFI BL