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v ,{ :i / / THE MOTION PICTURE REALM I umEs suRTAx CUT t I Maximum of 25 Instead of 63 Per Cent George Welsh Coming, t Favored. In a thrilling ,~loFy of the half- \Vashinalon. It. t'. -Chali.es in lilt" world thai is said r( offer him hn- lax bill l'ecONilliOllde(I IO ti]e so!l- for his best weft; hm so mense opportunCties ale ii]lHll('e I'l)l]lllll{l' [)~ ,~el,relary George Welsh will l)e seen at The Bell lheatre next Sunday and Monday ini I From Now On." Thi,~ is a pieluriza-t tion of the successful story by Frank L, Packard, author of "The Miracle .Man," and fronl advance reports young Welsh. in his new vehicle, will surprCse his inos~ devoted fan.~ "Hearts Up" Coming to Bell. ltarry Carey, the popular interpre- ter of "westerners," is OlIiCng lO the, Bell theatre next Wednesday and Thursday in "ttearTs Up," a picture written hy the star himself. Charae-l terized by UnCversal as human, Mr, i Carey proceeds to live up to its full meaning. He has fashioned a story which revolves around the adoption of a girl as his own. He owes a debt, of gratitude 1o the heroine's father 'and when Che latter dies Bren( will- ingly steps into his shoes To protecl ehe daughter. She has no suspicion that tile masquerader is ocher than her father. And the pseudo-parent 'has quahns of conscience whether ~,) confess his identity. The fact leaks out through another source and Brent is on his way to prove his honor when the girl accepts him as her lover. Date for Dance Cancelled. The Sterling l~our dance the! was billed for Friday night ha~ been post- poned indefinitely on account of the teachers' recepCIon which is To occur at that time. 30 to Sit in Unemployment Conference. \Vashington, D, (',--- Probahiy 3n representalives of various InTerests will sit ill tile tulenll)lOynlenl confer- ence. SecretaFy Hoover said after a conference with ]'residenl tlardlng. i i Middletown, N. Y.--ltave v.u i i a little snake ill your holily.'.' i i They lllal(e I~lie l~ H t~'liit,l'- i a~d pets for [lie eliihh'eic a,.- i cording io l'](lil -r \Villiill i Hones. who FUllS ii I'llllUl 1") i newspaper and is klllil\ Ii ! Theodore Roosevelt'~ doul,h.. i i He says tile Sliake i~ tillt, ill i man't best frieltds lid .~hotlhl i* be In every holnl.. Snakes lie's[I'll.% rillS, illiCe :llld i other l)e,~t.% he de,,llt't,s purge the house ~l'alls of lnfecthH=s i hold. 74 PERSONS ARE DROWNED Five Seriously Injured in Collapse of Bridge at Chester. Pa, (']l~'~l (.r. I'a. --Twenty-four pt,r,sons v,'Vl'~, iI?owned lid five seriollsly illjtlr- t~([ Ill lhi' "ollal)~" of the brid~o slian- nill~ file ('Ill.Sit.i" riVOF ai Thii'd ~lroet. il~ 11t~ ]illS,iw~.s district _t SlilHll wrollahl iron ~llS~l plate, pllrl oi 111(> ~llPi)Orl ~or ~ tOOl path along th(, strtlOltlt'e, which h~ld lieo13. half alan by l'USI gave \v,~) till(Cel" Ill- weiuhT of Ileal'l) a ht!lldred par- b4Ollb- WllO war(, altcra(.ted bv Iht- t:l'llaS O1 a (Irownina boy. Thol't> W~lS a terrible, ~irllOk~lt-. (iced ~WiliHIl~l'S were llllable lo brei~k lho tl'tlsp of Illose who could 11()1 i'elllillll ~lh)al and were (tl'aaaed down Olh- ers wel'~' crllsh~d i11 Ih~ collapse of Tile fool pa Ill. Maupin. Or,, Has Bad Fire. Maul)hi. ()r. --The lnlsilleSS siN;liCit fil ~lalil)in (ill the l)esetlilt('~ rl\lq" hi i ~Otlfho~islOrll {Va.~(.o COlll)l) was VIF- lit;lily whwd olil 1)) a fil'v which Ilht i eslillHilod (l~lll;l~' ill: .~TFi.01ill biQorl- I[ was bl'(l/l~lll iilidlq"(.trill ! iil Jobless Men On Auction Block. BoStOll ,hi bh,.%,~; ill (ql wlq'o plated rill ttll* }i~t'l.lBll l)lork llil [ll)~l(lll ('l)lll- ~1olI, ,H/ripped Io Ill w;/ls/, :liter ilia (.ils{Onl (if tile ohl slav,. lit,lions. 111,')" drclarml l|leir wlllhluiwss lo work by sllilldinl I)t~fOl'(" tl (*!'liw(] ()1 lhotlSHlldS, offerhl~ ihi.ii selvicJ.s {tJ IlH, lligile~l bhhler, HAY GRAIN ............................... FLOUR t Pet Snakes Protect i I FEED Home, Says Editor i iI COAL i We have a complete line of Mill Feeds. Prices are down to a pre-war basis, "" I We Solicit Your Patronage. I WE DELIVER IN THE CITY LIMITS. ' I=ARM[RS UNION COMPANY ~ Liiiiiiiiilml~l~~0~ $8 Prepare For Winter We have on ha'~d some beautiful heaters. In our stuckmay be found ROUND OAK, HOWARD NEW IDEAL Also some combination wood & coal heaters A stock of oil heaters have arrived. We have the ROUND OAK and MONARCH Ranges Palouse Hdw . Imp. Co. PALOUSE, WASHINGTON If you ~re considering adding to or changing your Plumbing do not overlook us. W'E ARE OPEN EVENINGS Ankcorn Hardware Co. The perfect slore, the one combining features the modern sto?e should have---is a rare excel)tion. \Ve may be over-enthusiastic about !his store in sonlo things, bui in eiaimiug thai our prices are l(,we~: and our qna]itio,'* Stll)erlalive. we If(for only tho truesi facts. More ~,rmy Blankets $4.75 Genuine Army Blankets, Khaki color, weight about 4~/~ pounds. They make fine auto robes, bed covers, etc. This is the last we will have. Specially priced at .................... $47~ Stag Shirts, Mackinaws, Leather Vests The store that DUDLEY' Saves yoH money BEYOND COMPARE N$1 Anything you want in this line. All pure wool Stag Shirts in medium or heavy weights. Priced from .................. $6.50 to $8.05 Leather Lined Vests, Moleskin or Corduroy shell, leather sleeves. Priced from ....................... $8.95 to $~3.50 Men's and Boys' Mackinaws, in a variety of styles and fabrics, Priced from $O~5 to $1345 ladies' Dress Shoe $1.9('; SIZES 21/2 AND 3 ONLY One lot of Ladies' ~ress Shoes, values up to $8.00. Specially priced for quick selling..$19B New fall Dress Goods We already have in stock a splendid collec- tion of fine new Dress Goods for Fall. Yes, we believe it is far the best collection we have shown. The color combinations are attractive and u~. usual; 36 to 52 inches wide. Priced, the yard, from ........................ $1,00 to $4.00 Cash 6rocerv Specials PURE CANE SUGAR--10 pounds ....... 78 HILL BROS. REAL CAN COFFEE-- 1-pound can ....................... 39 BULK MACARONI--10 pounds ......... 63 FEDERAL MILK--Tall cans, each ...... 11 PRINCESS FLOUR--49-pound sack .... $1 95 Dont Sa~ IJnder~ve ask for Munsinqwear PEOPLE WHO BU MUNSINGWEAR BUY LESS UNDERWEAR A GIVEN PERIOD THAN THOSE WHO CHASE GAK~IENTS MADE WITH LESS AND FROM CHEAPER MATERIALS MUNSINGWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN CHILDREN IS NOW AVAILABLE IN A VARIETY OF STYLES, IN COTTON, MIXED, PURE WOOL, WOOL AND LINEN WOOL AND SILK FABRICS IN EVERY ED SIZE. PRICED VERY LOW. Bell Theatre FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16 AND 17 He was a handsome young Bedauin, maddened at his sweetheart's affections for another man. When her infatuation took her to Paris he followed. Then came the mighty Climax. All the beauty of the burning sanda, the romance of the Pariaian boulevards and the mystery of the Latin Quarter~ of this masterpiece of true love and vengeance. ALSO 3EWELL COMEDY "" "A MONKEY HERO" MATINEE SATURDAY 2 P. M.--ADMISSION 15c AND 25c NIGHT--FIRST SH0W 7:30---ADMISSION 20c AND 30c SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 AND 19 TT.~ j::2 ,tie came back/ ~e WALSH in his greatest photoplay From Now ~I/?/[iam ~ox ~rodvwtion" Filled and thrilled with more of Walsh's characteristic stunts shown in any of his previous photoplays. Frank L. Packard, of "The Miracle Man," is the author of this story. ALSO THE LATEST FOX NEWS AND MUTT AND JEFF IN "HIGH C0ST OF LIVING" ADMISSION 20c AND 30c WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 AND HARRY CAREY .... IN-- "H~A~TS UP" See the Universal Popular Star in his own Photoplay. A Wonderful Appeal. ALSO A TW0-REEL UNIVERSAL CENTURY COMED~ "DOG 0 V~R'" ADMISSION 20c AND 30c