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Palouse, Washington
November 4, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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November 4, 1921

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i i i~~'--~ :=-.=,~-- L--lulll[i "-r-ii BA N RUPI i u w~ 1 ~ 11 " On every hand htrked danger. Deal:h,lson ill the way~)f hard surfacing the . 1he I~alouse ['e~.epuOllc ~,,lden t, nd vmlent, stalked abroad I main street. R. P. Turnley, one of lie ~_.___.~~ through the land, lay in wait in densetmain property holders on Vl]itman ~~~ OMPANY ~lli(,ket~ o~ letped ~\~iftl~ ripen him~street wa~ there boosting for th~ i,~ PALOUSE REPUBLIC C ~' , ........ " " ~ ........ Pul)lishers out of the howling darkness. Blindlyi pr)venlent of the s?reet. -q~.o~uti:~ _ he reached mt t l thos( f his kind for (!itizen-.i/mrnal. ........ leonlpauionship and protection. And'. ....................... C F BROWN .... Editor " ......... " . Q')tl tilt t .IirSl ...... ru(le association rnera,F t Pullman R0mps Over Pal0use. - - " i ~prung inlo Deing the great lnst i~u-~ ~ , ...... e'' - I Tne Puhlnall high school footl)ali ~ncere.l "at the postomce at ta!ous Ilion -(If Lriendship, as noble an emo- _ _. " . , Waghinlzton. a~ secontl-ciass ~nati"erl I .... ] eusK,Os \von till easy galne last ~ll.tll'-. SUBSCRIPTIONS : .... Out Year .................. $2.00 Six months .......... :..... $1.00 Tolephone Main 67 FRIDAY, NOVEMBE'R 4, 1921. day on Rogers lield, when they piled {lOll lS IS given nlan to enjoy, t ,- The pages of history and literature l gl6w with friendships great deeds ofI unfaltering loyalty and suprenle sac-t . . . T t't~(!e, l)o\vu throp~:, till the ages It, lids been ()tie of the finest facts andi one of the strongest lnotlves of life. geligiml tottered, civilizations failed. Vet through it all friendship re-, i ,nained a true and worthy force, keep- i ing Inen's lives sweet and generous. ', uP a ~'eore of St; to 0 against Palouse. The visitors put up a plucky light and havi3 seine good material, hut .~ho\~ed inexl)erience and tack of knowledge, of the fundamentals of the game i \Vitbin hall' ~ minute after the start-i ing whistle had I)lown McCoy rompud over tile Palou~e goal line for a totlch- down eli a long end run. A_fter that the |(lllClldoV;lls c~lnle thick altd fas , SAI [ i t PUBLIC OPINION. Public opinion has asserted itself in the present railroad controversy l and is further proving that after all the public temper is the force tha! controls situations generally. The merit of the controversy be- tween the employers and employes of the railroads have httle to do witil the present situation. Regardless of the relative justie.e or the contention of either party, there .can be nothing in them so detrimental ~o the inter- osts of either as to warrant infliction of the scourge of a national railway strike, which might bring suffering and even death to hundreds of thou- sands of innocent people. That is tile public temper that foreordained the failure of any attempted strike Moreover, Americans do not intend that they shall be subjected to the has been the threat of an assault on the social and economic life of the United States. The l)resumptious and careful plans made by the "Big Five" for this attack on the country's insti- tu, tions were made in accordance with the highly successful methods em- ployed in the worlo war--the wave method of attack, occurring at 48- hour intervals in striking until the entire transportation system should be tied up. It is high time that the l,ublic which has,been threatene(L terrorized and intimidated for so long by the crew who have secured such a stran- gling hold on the railroads, demand The el: ti.,'emillinery goods belong'it,s to thu ' ,' .-, .ate of M s. M. D. Ames [ al ktupt, i centlv of Pal )use, consisting of IO0 L> die ;' flats Anti treachery, which :s ,)ut the viola-~ ('al)i. Mc(~uliy llladp ions galllS Oh ] .~ tion of friendship, becaule with all! line f)ilillges. \\'hilt Quarterback! races the world's blackest crime. I ~, Klossner and thtlfl lc[,.s Mc(~(l\ ~lluJ Pe)ple are )tH little (,nnged toda~ ! .... " ! " " l" see fit. role who will testify against your Puhlie sentiment defeated the strikei before it was called; it can also re- husband." The conlphdnant then said: "I have lease the country's transportation system from the grasp of irresponsible no fault to find with hls dealings with the outside public, lie is just and men.--Washington Slat| \Veekly. fair with his neighbors; he is good to * everyone but me." She then recited THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT. an account of his family life, telling ,,The small claims courts are now of the indignities that had been in- fairly started in their work and some flirted upon her at his hands. How he to have plenty to do. It is obvious never took honor into consideration[ ~ ,~ .~, that bringing parties together face to wllen dealing with her, and she said] 'X~.Y Z.~'2~:.?~_,~. faceindnces prompt action, which set-[ that if he would deal only one-half] ~__ ties if it does not. satisfy. And, ou the as ht)nl)rably with her as he (lid withl whole, settlement is the main thing, l the outsitle public she would gladly/ The best thing about these courts is drop the case and live with hinl thei H--[~N0 that neither party knows anythingIrenlaintier of her days. about the law and has no one to tellI After hearing her testimony the W them how to prolong or evade. Con- judge granted her a divorce, saying sea'luently they get right sown to the] that there were far too many cases facts of the case and settle on that sintilar to hers ill American homes. U basis, either with or without the] Civility, like charity, should begin kindly assistance of the judge. Anv-] at ll(mle. HoW nluch happier honl6 Il][NK how, it is over quick, like having a[life would be if all of us, men and tooth pulled. You feel better right i women alike, would tenlper the harsh away and forget it. Some of the litt-[ words, with a little kindness for those gantssh~ke hands and go away hap- ] who h~ve us best. SHO[S * THINK FOOT flTl[rS "Tom, Dick and Harry" Shoe Repairing and Accessories / The "Foot Fitter" lheo. N. Luesinq Shields Block DOINGS IN OTHER TOWNS Jones Visits Moscow. B. F. Jones, well known Palouse l'atuner and htrge land owner, was in I Moscow Wednesday on business. Mr. .lt)nes is a fornier Latah county asses- sot. hlaho Post. Rosalia Will Pave Streets. The chantber of con~merce in a imeeling \Vednesday night went on record as favoring hard surfaCed streets, to be made in the spring, and passed a resolution asking the city council to start legal proceedings at once leading lip to actual work. Many of the heavy taxpayers were at the nleeting and were enthusiastic in their view (if paving Whitman street from the F.raternity building to the George Haydon corner at Fourth py. Some do what they have to doI and go~ away still hating each other. I We regret to say that inharmony in the~e cases seems to abide most per- sistently with the gentle sex. The toughest case noted was a $50 suit over the tall-en~ or a $100,0t)n transaction. In this case both parties. presumably knowing sonlething about law, succeeded in so tangling things lip that the judge shooed they away and told them to go to some other court where they could spend as much money as they pleased Ill carrying (in their fight. It looks as if the judges wouhl have more of this kind of business than they could do. But no matter how many Judges it takes it will save money to the public as we,'," as the Iit- Igants. And nine-tenths of the bU4 cases could be disposed of in the same way tf the parties had sense eniougi~ to use it.~San Francisco Chronicle. FRIENDSHIP. street. Senator Wilmer was present When the world first tun(bled ontland assured the chamber that in or- of chaos, primitive man trembled be-l der to keep up with the procession iu ~oath a great and nameless terror,t progressiveness that Rosalia, wouhl Life wa~ a large and terrible thing.1 have to do some street work this ~ea- PROFESSIONAL DR. W.S. PHYSICIAN AND PHONE 151-R. W. F. Morris~n Attorney at Law Practice i:, All Courts. t)ihct, over Security State Pa h)tlse, W ashingtOn of stock at my ()fiic, in the Emerson Knox Building?., Co!is:,:, W: shil gton \Ve're good mixers and utul \~e're ()n the Job all the tithe. [f you'll use OUl" Elour tiu~ ,text t[I!lc you llliK dough yeLl'I] l)c a good mixer and you'il be nlixing solnethlng -U)od. |t~o. Dr. John W. [.:',E. F, AH. NOSE AND GI.ASSES FITTEI) ()tl~ee in new (?re;ght(,n Third :tud Main MoscoW, Dr. Walter Farnham Physician anti Sur l