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RED CROSS PLANS DRIVE TO RENEW MEMBERSHIP Begins Armistice -Day and: Ends on] Th kso,'i-, Da --Palo,-o Subscribed $400. admirer of one of the brides. A mas- querade ball, a suit of armor~ a crabbed uncle, a scandal gossiping cousin and a young husband who is .called away by his firm in the midst of: his honeymoon provides the la~a~hs~ which come quick and fast without offense. Bride-Elect Much Feted. Potlatch, Sept. 28.--Miss charlotte The roll call of tl, e American Red iLaird' bride-elect, has been the gue:+t Cross, this year's membership earn-If honor at a number of pretty par- paign, will be held in Whitman coun- ties the past week, among them being ty at the same time as it is held : ~upper party Wednesday evening ; given by Mrs. W. L. Maxwell for Ml:~s throughout the United States, from t.Laird and her sister, Mrs. C. L. Ains Armistice day (November 11) to Thanksgiving day (November 24i in-!worth. ()f Chillpewa Falls, Wisconsin, elusive iwh is a guest at the Laird home; a Vrhitman couuty branches of thet 1 Red Cross are affiliated with branches ......... r- A W in six neighboring cOunties---Gar- a Kitchen saower given vy ~v, ~. . field, Lincoln, Spokane, Pend Oretlte. Douglass Tuesday evemng and a bridge partY by Mrs. w, M, Johnson Perry and Stevens. These seven coun- on Wednesday. ties, with Spokane at the head. con- stitute the Spokane chapter. The Red Cross roll call is a cant- Geor~ hrland Loses Gun. palgn for $1 membership and Is George Arland of Garfield lost placed at this small sum to allow fine Winchester shotgun on the maiu ever~bod~ to 3oin One half of this " " " ' - "t traveled road between Garfiehl an(1 amouiit is sent to Washington for the[ Harvard a week ago Saturday. tie National Red Cross and the other ~ i t z lwas in town "Wednesday mak~zg "x: half ts for use b~ the chapter and its il - " ' :] qulriem concerning it. He says he w 1 branches, l give a substantial reward to the Demonstration of the intportanceI finder. of cooperation of the different coun- ties in the control of a strong district Mrs. Miller Visitt Moscow. is shown by the table below This gives the amount of one-half o~ the 1921 roll call and the expenditures of the chapter covering the period from September. 1920, to September, 1921. This table ts a showing of the work in Whitman county and a shui- lar activity is to be reported for other counties: Raised Expended Half of 1921 roll Call ........ $1699.50 County's share in European relief $ 207.00 Raised during the year in various ways: Oolfax ......... $ 37.65 $1601.95 Pullman ....... 50.00 760.46 Oakesdale ............ 444.60 Takes .......... 127~15 96.45 Pomeroy " 34.75 500.00 Palouse ........ 400.45 400.45 Rosalia ........ 6.00 9.75 Waverly ....... 42.00 ....... Mt. Hope ....... 2.00 ....... Fairfield ....... 140.00 Salaries for P. H. nurses ........ $2539.50 286.91 802.00 $5110.57 New Road ~ of Whitman County. County Engineer Thomas Mead has Mrs. Lloyd Miller was the guest of Mrs. Frank Bettts in Moscow on ~Thursday. SAINT OF EIGHTH CENTURY To $within, Bishop of Winchester, hi Traced Tradition Concerning Forty Dayl' Rain. St. ~wl[hin or Swlthun wa~ I',lsl ,,f Winchester front 852 to ~t;2 .- (ording to the Eleventh center, e," :~ttrlbuted Io Gotzlin, hc ~ lu- tor to Egl~ert's son. Ethelwuif, unde whom he was u:tade bishop. He v s devoted huihler of ,:hnrches.-a man of unusual piety snd humility le also huilt the bridge ~.~! ti~e east side of Wtnciiesrer. Fie tiled lJ,! 862 ahd was buried tn the chur,+hyard of Win- chester, having asked, says_ William Malmsbury. to lie laid' where "piissers- by might trea(i on Ilia grave, and where tile rain from the eaves mlght fall on It." It wa~ fabled that he performed many ailraculotl~; !'U rl2u after his death, and, although never regularly canonized, he was Iransiated with great ceremony tm .hfly 15, 971. and received his title of saint on his transition, when--bls; t,emain~ w,we de- posited In the eatlledral, tt Is .~sld, though unfortuitately not-ILv contem|i0- just compiled an up-to-date road and lary ohroniclers, lha! tills transbtrlon bridge map of the county showing the+ was delayed in cott-~t.l|tn*lH'e Of' violent correct location of all county and.i rains. Henc< the ++Ill curt+,+it belief state roads, bridges, railroads, schoolI tlmt If it l'ailis on .hlJy 15, St. ~with+ In's dey, It will +,,,ntinue to rsln for houses and churches, outsides of the t:40 days: incorporated towns, and also the Io-' cation, altitude and popuiati0n: (i920 census) of all incorporated towns in Whitman county+ In addition to this negatives have been made and ~chem- ieally treated so+ as to produce white~ prints, one showing the commission- ers' districts and another the road districts of the county. It is antici- pated that two more negatives will be treated in the near future to show school districts and voting precincts outside of the incorporated towns. This map is three feet nine tnche~ by four fet in size and can be obtained on application to the county engineer accompanied by a money order or check for $2. THE MOTION PICTUREREALM as,, ....... ...i "Once to Every Woman" at Bell. American theatregoerls who rev- eled in the dramatic wealth of "The Heart of Humanity" and capitulated to the irresistible qualities of ::The Right to Happines~" are doubtless of the opinion that in these two pho- todramas Dorothy Phillips and Allen Holubar, star ~nd director, have reached the heights of screen perfec- tion. But the public is asked to re- srve its final verdict until it has had a view of "Once to Every Wo- man," the newest Un,iversal-Jewel theatre Friday and Saturday, October 7 and 8. The popular appeal of "Once to Every Woman" is heightened be- cause it deals with a themethat is as old as humanity. Mother love is its keynote and it shows the utter van- ity of worldly ambition when not founded on human affection. Eileen Percy Coming. "Beware of the Bride," a William Fox production starring Eileen Per- cy, will be seen at the Bell theatre Sunday a~d Monday. The combina- tion of a clever comedienne, a master of the art of writing farce comedy (Edgar Franklin) and the direction by Howard M. Mitchell, who guided "The Husband Hunter," Miss Percy's latest success, should insure an im- mensely pleasing picture. The comedy situations are said to be of an unusually hilarious n~ture and take place chiefly in the apart- ments of two sets of :newlyweds and a wealthy younff b~ehelor, a former Methodists toRaise Fund. i-- Spokane. Wash.-+--Under ,'1 resolution adopted at a sessien of lile Coh|mbia river conferet+e of tile Methodist Episcopal church the last Sunday in October will be devoted to the centen- ary mowment of the church. AI! effort ! will be made at lhat time to raise the money pledged to the movement. EXTRAORDINARY SALE of SILKS ! Hundreds of yards of the season's best Silks offered at an ~uibelievable low price. There is happiness from the very start---for the savings tied up in each package m: Silks makes Home Sewing one of the most profitable enterprises *A~e family purchasing agent can undertake. % Included lugs, Silk Linings and Kimono Silks, and they all go at the one price of, the yard, in this assortment are Chiffon Taffetas, Satins, Crepe De Chines. Georgette, Silk Shirt- $1.49 the Yard BIG VALU ES IN SUI]S You see it in the style--it appears in the sewing--it's evidenced in the fit and it looms up in the finish. Value all over. Nifty styles in attractive mixtures. "~wo pair of pants with each suit, fully lined throughout. The Suit. $6.85 All Wool Cassimeres, newest models, rich patterns, in brown, grey, heather and green mixtt~res. Two pqir of pants, lined throughout to match, The Suit, See these values today. Sizes 6 to 17 years. Eat mot,. Beef and cut down the | ,, , ,, ,,, , ......... " ........... ~t of living. City Market. I WANTED--Aat Republic office.g00d vi0u:n,+ Inq,iiro! Cash Grocery Specials BULK MACARONI--The Pound ............... 6c RED ROSE CATSUP--The Bottle ............. 23c BULK COY~EE--Thc Pound ................ 18c SMALL WHITE BEANS--6 Pounds ........... 25e CITRUS WASHING POWDER--Package ....... 26c Fresh Veqetable.~ ,41wags ,n i nH H imnnnl 7blk Q.alitg ,,OIllU St)me 7'alk t"r;ce We 7'~d/," BOT/t The st" ()t"e that DUDLEY'S People of 81ovakis. +' The Lnn at 'l'ut:cian~ak~v S+. Martin In northern central Siovakiu i.~ h reai7 soclsl center. Here Ihe hlhnbilants t,l this cultural renter of SlovaRia assen hie for song and gossip. !n spite of lhe anttquily of their gel-up the peas- ants of the I'egJon are autong Ihe tuost eultured l,eoph, ill Elirol~e: llt+.ir llllh. tOWn is a ,,t+nte~. of t!IP ptqnting in- dnstry iiiid Imast.~ a Itlosl in|el'eStillg museunt . The "~v,omen Iff.-.~.hP,'a kla. at- though l its qlir~l(,ulky Of obtaining linens and ro]ored ;ill''lld with whb'h lo Itlake their embroidet:ies ~s now greal, slJll work with Ihe same care aml reverence for trud|tiolttd vrsftsmsn~h[p ns for- merly, ht