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m ira| m II ...... : i iml ,i /A FORFRIDAY AND SATURDAY I I I I I I II IIII III Illll PI)[ I II.11 III I III _ III I I I II I ~ , , ,, __.. ...... . . B __ ~ r -'~ I illl Just a few specials picked here •and there in the different departments. Read them over carefully, perhaps just what youneed is listed. Every item is the same high quality for which Dudley's are noted. The old say- ing that "the best is the cheapest in the long run," is more than true, we think, and more people are being~ convinced, every day that Dudley's high quality and low prices are saving them money. Let us help you save. Dry Goods department Standard Percales, 5 1-2 yards ......... $1.00 Dress Ginghams, 4 1-2 yards .......... 1.00 Dark Outing Flannel, 6 yards ........ :_ 1.00 One Lot of Scrims, 3 yards ............... 1.00 Ladies' Scamless Black Hose, 2 pairs... 1.00 One Lot of Ladies' Bungalow Aprons,' Eac h .................................. 1.00 One Lot of Children's Union Suits, 2 for ................................... 1.00 One Lot of Ladies' Rubbers, 2 pairs .... 1.00 We will refund $1 on every $8 spent for Ladies' Shoes, Blankets, Silks, and wobl Dress Coods. It Doesn't Cost Anything to Look Around. We Say It Pays to Look Grocery Dept. 15 lbs. Cane Sugar .......................... $1.00 5 lbs. Coffee, Good Grade ............... 1.00 9cans Federal Milk .................. 1.00 7 cans Standard Corn .................. 1.00 3 cartons Matches .......................... 1.00 16 lbs. Macaroni ................................ 1.00 5 lbs. Bishops Cocoa .................... 1.00 20 bars Royal White Soap ................ 1.00 3 bottles Heinz's Ketchup ............. 1.00 4 packages Citrus Washing Powder ..... 1.00 2 1-2 lb. can Hills Brothers Coffee ..... 1.00 8 cans Alaska Pink Salmon ............ 1.00 Fresh Vegetables, Holsum and Palouse Bread and Fleishmans Yeast always. Clothing depvrtment Men's Leather Faced Gloves, 4 pairs .... $1.00 Men's Seamless Half Hose, Black or Brown, 9 pairs for ....................... 1.00 Men's Bib Overalls, 240 Denim, each... 1.00 Men's Best Quality Work Shirts, each.. 1.00 One lot of Men's Dress Caps, each ...... 1.00 Men's White Handkerchiefs, 22 for.... !.00 Small Size Suitcases, each ................ 1.00 Silk Knit Ties, each .... : ........... ~ .... 1.00 We will refund $1 on every $8 spe~nt for Suits, Overcoats, lVlackinaws, Stag" and leather vests. The Store That DUDLEY'S Saves You Money THE MOTION PICTURE REALM Louise Lovely Comes in Star Role. Beautiful Louise Lovely is coming to town in her second picture a~h William Fox star. "Partners of Fate" is announced as the feature attrac- tion for the Bell theatre Wednesday and Thursday, October 26 and 27. In "Partners of Fate" Miss Lovely enacts the role of a youclg .womaz, subjected to some of the queerest buf- fetlngs of fate that ever woman en- dured and triumphed over. The story, from the pen of Stephen Chalmers has to do with the trials of two young married couples, who discover shortly after marriage that they should have heen ated the other way and then, by a freakish twist of providence, find themselves paired as they should have been at the altar and castaways on two lonely tropical islands, but with the barrier of mar- ital obligations ever before them. Thirty Clowns at the Bell. ~,lves there a man with soul so deaxl who never to himself has said: "I wish I were a kid again?" Espe- cially when he thinks of hls first cir- cus. There are only a few joys that enter one's lifetime, and not the least of these is a boy's first visit to a cir- cus. This may not apply to the pres- ent circus quite so much as it did to the tented show of a generation ago, when theatres and film entertain- ments were not as numerous as they are today and when the coming of the "biggest show on earth." with its "30 clowns----count 'era 30," was the event of the year. not only for the small boy, but for his father and grandfather. But even today there is a certain glamor a'boUt a circus which few can resist, and to the small boy it is a treat de luxe---a sight of the promised land. For that reason more than usual interest attaches to the coming of "Pink Tights," a romance of the big show, which comes to the Bell thea- tre Friday and Saturday, October 28 and 29. It is said that every detail el the big circus is faihtfully, produced in this photodrama. Tom Mix in "The Texan." All the hair raising redes events held during the week's "Frontiexl Days" celebration. at Prescott, Arlz.,I in the summer Were filmed by Wil-] liam Fox cameramen and the most] spectacular ~cenes carefully culled for tree tn "The Texan," booked foz j ~he Bell theatre next Sunday and • • . e 4* 4* ~ ~ ~ ~ • • • • • e • ~ $ • .~ • • Conduotor Vzslts Friends Here. %**,•*,••,•%•***%•,***•,.%•%.%.%+**•%•%. %’%#%•%~ Mondayp Tom Mix himself is said to Mr. and Mrs: J. C. Stuart of Port- ~ %* )erforni some brand-new stunts tn ~ land arrived in Palouse this week, the ~ • __ -- -- ~ ~his production, guests of Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Harrison. # ~;;;;PA~'- ~ 1~ A i i T k' A A ~*O*~A Mr Stuart is a conductor out of Port- O~ ~" ~Br•LIP • •~ii 1 • I Im~i-~w • . I ~ v#' ~ ~ .imm~. ~mw .im..m.~ ,im,. 4m,. 4i,~Ib,,~ Ib,,,~ 'qbmO land on the O.-W. R. & N. ratlroaa.{.:• Rummage Sale Weekly Event. They expect to remain for a few days. !,~6 --~ The ladies of the Xenodtcan club __ ~ . , ~'ill make their rummage sale a Card of Thanks. SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 30-31. SUigDAY AND MONDA~/, ~'cekly event. The sale will be heAl We wish to thank the friends who ~ ......... .~~,~, ..... f% f=~'~t~'l~a~lF: OCTOBER 22-24 .,ach Saturday in the Theodore Lue- assisted us at the funeral of our)•~• | ~: -::_~: ~ ~U £vR• 1~1 Wk~W - ring shoe store. Everyth',ng and any- mother and especialy those who ren- • • [ "~ :hing that is marketable wtll be 3f- ' .... ~ -- :ered at these sales. The proceeds dered the music. Mrs, Lucy Peters . • _ are to go to buying new books fgr and A. W. Angell. tl~’ ~~i} East met west, Both -- I~$~ ~~~ wanted the girl. Both were ~he library. Any one having second- Returns From Harrison. I ~ ~~~i ! real men. Which triumphed'.~ hand stuff which they wish to donate :he t! i!mdt]l :v!~ gpi~ [ !ii i l~s~t:nr~x~::eofTexaswlll ~an cali Mrs. Bernice West, phone i~ri~]!~! J w~hme 139-R. or Mrs. D. D. Harshman, phone 130-L. d Saturday to lnake it his future home. ]~:• ~~:.~:~ William Fox Presents He intends to take up farming. #~ ~ ~.~|~ { .... Shreve GivesInformation. :~: I ~i~ f IO rn P1 lX Vor the benefit o, bis fellow towns- Miss Witmer Honors Friend. ~$, i ~~l men who are anticipating putting in Miss Carol Witmer entertained a '~ | ~~~ j --IN-- septic tanks, H. J. Shreve has given party of her friends in honor of Miss •i~ ~~~ i out the following information as to Adele Barber of St. John, who was @~ ~,*~r the cost of putting ins septic tank. spending the week end at the Witmer ~6• J ~~ t " ~ ~P~ ~e He has just completed a tank on his home. Miss Witmer proved herself •=o ]k ~~~~ • property and found that the cost to be a delightful hostess. @~e ~~"-"~-'~Y -- -'~lr~, ~ V ~ l~kT amounted all told to $$4.85. Whecost __~ ~O "THE TEXAI~* I f_~A2~Jk 1~ is distributed as follows: Tw6 and Farm~ureau Enrols Members $ MVILLIAPt I~OK PD.ODt£~TION three-fourth yards of sand at $3,[ The drive for enrollment in the $8.25; 10 sacks of cement at $1, $10; hauling, $4.50; elbow and connec- tions for pipe, $3.10; labor, $9. To- tal, $34.85. farm bureau resulted in the enrolls p- ing of 33 new members. House Recommits MemDersrdp. Bill. Washington. D. C.--The house re- committed to the census committee the Seigel reapportionment bill pro- riding for an increase in membership Dr, Harvi~on Gets Appointment. Dr. D. B. Harvlson, while in Seattle alew days ago, was .offered an ap- pointment by the govern~nent. He ae- from 435 to 460. The vote was 146 to ~*'~ 142. :~: •% $20,000 Reward For Postal Thieves. San Francisco, Cal.--The postoffice department has offered a ~otal of $20,- 000 in rewards for the apprehension of-four unmasked bandits who robbed a postoffice station in the heart of the business district and escaped with several small pouches of registered mail enclosed in a larger pouch. Gen. Woo~ Takes Office in Philippines Manila.--Oeneral Leonard Wood was sworn in as governor-general o~ the Philippines Saturday, upon his arrival from Japan, and imme(liately took up his new" duties. copied.and was officia)ly appointed to work in "the medical department ot the reconstruction work which tht government is doing. The appoint- ment was made October 12, his term of office starting at once. The doctor ha~ riot fully recovered from his re- cent sickness and was given a leave of absence for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. Harvison will soon leave for Se- attle, where they will reside during the winter. C-O-M-I-N-G .•., FRIDAY.AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28-29 ":" "'PINK TIGHTS'" .:. ,Ά+ When a Man's Temptation ~lways Has Dimples and Blue Eye~. s,~4 A story that is as natural and wholesome as an old-fashioned country dinner and just as satisfying. The story of a little strand- ed circus girl, who, the minister's flock thought, wasn't good enough to be allowed in town. and much" less in the parsonage~ until something pretty happened and they canfe to see. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21-22 FRANK MA YO "'HONOR BOUND'" A UNIVERSA~ SPECIAL FEATURE--ALSO A CENTURY COMEDY--"STUFFED LIVER" MATINEE SATURDAY 2 P. M.~ADMISSION 15c.25c NIGHT SHOW 7:30-9:30 ADMISSION 20c-30c WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26-27 "'Partners of Fate" A WILLIAM FOX PRODUCTION STARRING LOUISE LO VEL Y A Story Sensationally Original in Incident and Climax ALSO FOX LATEST NEWS &ND MUTT AND 3EFF IN "M2~,DICINE MAN'" SH0W 7:30 P.M. ADKISSION 20c-30o Bridge Played at Dudley's. Mrs. D. M. Dudley entertained at bridge last Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Frank Bettis. There were two tables. Mrs. Lloyd Miller F~tertains., We have in transit a car of Roslyn,,-~(~i* a' coal, the eo~ you need for your fur-I .'t: Mrs. Lloyd Miller entertained party of ladies Wednesday evening in! nace. Price at the car $I0.50 a ton. ]O~e honor of Mrs. Frank Bettis of Mos-I POTLATCH LUMBER CO. [0~ cow. Bridge was played at four ta-I .... [#~-A- bles, high honors going to Mrs. E. W.) Reduce high cost of llvzng and deal ~ Burleson. Refr~hme~t~ were served, at the City Market. 4~tE TH|EF'.~t~.uAH FOX MEN SNUBBED HER[ WOMEN SPURNED HER! BUT SHE MADE ENVY HER William Fox Presents PEARL• In Bernstein's Greatest THIEF Big New York, London and Stage Success Directed my Charles Scenario by Max Marci~ and Paul H. Sloane Also a Fox Sunshine "THREE GOOD PALS" Show at 7:30 P. M. Admission 20c.30c