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{; Poor and our every sale Come, look! Look for Quality as Well as Price Merchandise is high at any price. Dudley says: higher quality and lower prices get the volume seems to prove it. You buy only merch,~ndise of known value when you buy of Dudle, is backed by Dudley'sguarantee to give satisfaction. Dudley says it's a good idea to look If you can save, buy. $6.85 $8.85 Boys' Suits Late model boy's suits in all wool cassimere, two pairs of pants fully lined. Sizes 8 to 15 years ...... $8.85 Boys' suits in wool mixtures. Two pairs of pants fully lined. The suit ..................... $6.85 $1.40 $1.,40 Best Grade Overalls Men's best grade $2.20 defiim overalls. Full cut, all pockets, reinforced. Sizes 32 to 42 ................ $1.40 Men's overalls," full cut, good grade denim, sizes 32 to 42_$1.10 19c 19c Colored Outing A heavy weight outing flannel in dark colors 27 inches wide. The .yard ...................... 19c 25c Dress 6i.ghams 25c A good assortment of high quality dress ginghams 27 inches wide, the yard .................. 25c $1.49 $1.49 Silks Silks for every purpose, in a large assortment of colorings and styles. Only three days leftto buy at this price. See them to' day. The yard .............. $1.49 Men's Suits in all the new fall models. Schaffner & Marx and other well known makes. Fall prices show big reductions over last year. Excellent values at 22.50, 24.50, 35.00 and 47.50. It costs you nothing to look. New Fall Blouses Every desirable collar model, also collarless. Many are lace and hand embroidered; others, plain tailored effects. Priced .................. 2.25 to 7.75 CASH GROCERY Hart P E C I A L 10 lbs. Pure Cane Sa for ............. The Sack $6.75 A Real Broom for .... Drifted Snow Flout' the sack .............. A hard wheat flour and a good one. Gateway Flour the sack ............ $2 A strictly Montana hand wheat flour. and milled in MonIana 9 lb. Juno Pancake for ........... You can get it here, Palouse, and Holsum Bread. Bacon, plain or fancy. Fleishmen's Yeast. Full line of fresh veg Quality'+ Service q- Price The Store That DUDLEY' Saves You Money 0 Friends H.0nor Birthday Burgess Is Now Colonel. ' I * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * IHE MOtiON PICIORE ~EALM' A little party of college chums were' '"i" Harlah Burgess of Palouse, who is? ........ 'entertalnedattheW'G'Dartthme nwattendingschlatWas'hingtnl*~ Bell Theatr Gladys Walton in "The Secret Gift'.' Sunday. The young people gathered State college, has been made cadet +~ There is a new screen beauty in the in honor of the eighteenth birthday t ~ colonel. He was lieutenant colonel ~=, cast of "The Secret Gift," now play-~ of Schuyler Dartt. Dinner was served last year and his promotion will be l~, lng at the Bell theatre in the person and those present spent a delightful gratifying to his friends here. He ~i~ of Gladys Walton She is more than ~ day. The guests were Warren Comtsh. won a reserve commissiOn last spring FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14 AND 15 'he SECIKET GIFT a beauty, for she posses rare intelli- gence and ability to act. It is no sur- prise to learn that Universal has se- lected her for early stardom. Her por- trao'al of the dual role in this human drama is unusually charming. Film Portrays Primitive Emotions, A man who is a savage in civiliz,a-, tion but who becomes clvilizew when transplanted to savagery, and another, man who is the slave of his environ- ment and acts civilized or savagely r accordingly, are the two important dramatis personae In "honor Boun0? ] the intense emotional experiment ofi Jacques Jaccard, starring Frank Mayo, which comes to the Bell thea-i Julia Brown, Josephine Walker, Wil, through R. O. T. C. work. He is aI bm Neuman Genevieve Dartt, Schu) senior in c lie is e 1 " , -]" ' o ge th y ar n the de-] ler "Dartt, from the University ofI partr~ent of education. I Idaho, and Dan McDonald, from the- . I o:~ Washington State college. [ ~~ ~ h UNIVERSAL ALL-STAR FF, ATURE~ALS0 - Guild Meets at Vicarage. I*~* W,,~t The ladtQ~ of the Holy Trinity *~* H~R CIRCUS /Y/AN Workman Is ----.. , . * "" - l ....... !guild met Wednesday with Mrs. Bur- ~o ivlr. Ne son WhO Is worzlng wxtn ...... ~, .... ' ..... I leson. me guim ousiness was trans- *~* COMEDY~TW0 REELS tne englneer s crew on tne new nlgn-I ......... .... ...... I acteu, to't/owe# Oy ~ne soela] nour ann *T* MATINEE SATURDAY 2 P. M, ADMISSION 15e AND 25c way sus~alneu a compounn Iraeture _ _ . . ' ..... ] retresnments. ~o~ NIGHT SHOWS--7:30 AND 9:15--ADMISSION 20c AND 30e ot one. of nis legs when he steppen v~- back and fell from a bridge on which ' ,:, he was working, a distance of 20 Has Sold His Place. *~* SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 16 AND 17 feet. to the rocks below. He was Frank Howell, Jr., sold his place ~:~ rushed to Garfield, where he received recently, comprising 40 acres, to C. F. ,~, Louise Love._lv medical aid. The acciderit occurred Arnold. The price paid for the place ~# Wednesday morning, was $5000. Some personal property ;$~ was included in the sale. :~: --IN- "i" "THE LITTLE Rebekahs at Potlatch. **** The Rebekah team of Palouse will go to Potlatch Friday night in re- GRAY..._ ...._ Me)! ness for the coming year. A banquet sponse to an invitation from the lodge ~@A, was.served at 6:30, after wl~ich Mr, there. The Palouse team will put on ~ A FOX FEATURE IN FIVE R~.ELS---ALS0 Hart of Garfield and Rev. H. C. the work atPotlatch ~,~ Shropshlre addressed the young folks, i~i #'A .~OCIE.TY DOG" ,$: COMEDY~TW0 REELS ter Friday and Saturday, October 21 and 22. { Endeavorers Have Meeting. The Christian Endeavor societies of the Christian churches in Whitman A Mile-a-Minute Drama. and Latah counties held a convention George Walsh in "The Pluger," is I here Friday evening to t~lk over buM- coming to the Bell threatre Wednes- day and Thursday, October 19-20. Married at Moscow. Potlatch. Oct. 12.--Miss Mary Knox. oldest daughter of Mrs. Effie Knox of Onaway, wa~ married veryI quietly in Moscow Monday, Octoberi 11, to Smery M. Burden. The bride isI .well known in Potlatch, having_ beenI an efficient employe of the Pdtlatch townslte department for three years past, where she has made many friends. The bridegroom Is a son of Jap Burden and has a ranch north- east of town. where they will make their home. Both young people have many friends in Potlatch and vicinity who wish them happiness and pros- ~ertty. Dr. Harrison Visits Coast. Party fez Mrs. Bettis. Dr. D, B. Harvison has gone to Se- Mrs, D. Harshman entertained a attic, where he will remain several l small party of friends in honor of weeks. The doetor hopes that theI Mrs. Frank Bettis, who resides at coast climate will be beneficial to his Moscow. The guests were entertained health. at bridge, there being two tables. A delicious tun~hon was served. Plant Juice for Fish Bait. Stars Visit Pullman. Mr and Mrs. Charles Mecklem, Mrs. Gatword. Mrs. S. T. Scott and Miss Florence Burton drove to Pull- man Monday evening to attend the White Shrine. Miss Franzen Pledged. Miss Adena Franzen Is pledged :o Sigma Kapa sorority at the Washing- ton State college, according to reports received this week." W. W. P. Officials in Town. V. O. Shinkle, treasurer; John F. Farquhar, general agent; A. C. Ha- genmiller, purchasing agent, and L A. O'Dea. of the Washington Wate~ Power compaay, were in Palouse this week inspecting the plant here.- Three loaves 'of bread for 25c at the Dandelyon Bakery. lAtte in lhe (Ii'y ,,4eaSOll, whel] the rivers m'e low in tile hel~l:l (If Africa, tl~e Gwari. who inhabit ihe central Sol/dan .~ot Otll all prohfnged flslllng tYxl~edilioll~. The n'~tlve, who live on ihe banks of the rlver.~ are proficient tishermen, taking great pride In their work. hm the wlllnge Gwarl are uot very ~portlng In their methods. They go ,ou! for th~ tinal results rather I]lall f,w tile pleasHre of the sport. They I)onr the juice of locust tree pl~tu Into tl.ie, pools, to whielr tile streams "tiave shrunk, and lhls causes the fisll 10 h'aD oil[ of the water. Wlhlly they leap. flopping .m on the dry river bottoln as oftL-~l as not. but the excited natives do not walt for the fl~h to ,'alch them.~elves. They lean over the shallow water, findhlg great deligh! in .~natching the leaping fish :is they flash from tile river. 'fbi~ eumom of ushlg the "Jump juice'" seems to have been handed down fron| [line Immemorial among these strange Africans. SHOW AT 7:30 P.M. ADMISSION 20c AND 30c !ii C-O-M-I-N-G Married a~ Colfax. Ruth Weitman t)f Thornton and Thomas Kadous of Pine City, Minn., were married at Colfax September 28. The bride is a graduate of the class of 1920 Palouse hlgCa school. Mr. and Mrs. Kadous are now living at Chlco, California. Will Play Football at Garfield. [ The Palouse high school footballI team will play at Garfield S~turday. l Some changes have been made in the[ Plflouse lineup and a hard game is ex- '0 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 AND 22 ; FRANK MAYO ,*In a Rousing Romance Laid in the Land that Knew no Law : HONOR ,!BO UOD come to the end of rope. There, in a land where iie his had white men had never been meant to live, he had toiled and striven for one woman~had shouldered the burden of another iii man's crimes had even fought a tremendous fight to the death to substantiate his noble falsehood only to find that those he loved thong~ht him worthless. What did Billy Thorpe do that i~i tragic night when the smiling tropics woman lured and beci- oned? Come and see the great picturezstory that will hold you. X WEDNESDAY AND OCTOBER 19 AND 20 . "'THE PLU bV~LLIAIYI FOX D~ PLUN A Mile-a-Minute Drama in -William Fox Presents As a Dashing Figure in the of Frenzied Finance. Also Fox Lstest News MUTT JEFF --IN-- "'Oleo Show at 7:30 P. M. ADMISSION 200 AND