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November 18, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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Palouse Republic l ' E PA ,OI.,S. REPUBLIC COMPANY, publishers. C. F. BROWN - Editor. ~3ntered at the postofliee at Paious Washimt~on. as secona-ciasa matter. SUBSCRIPTTONS : One Year .................. $2.06 ~lx mantas ................ $1 0i, Telephone Main 67 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921. BOARD CHOOSES WISELY. The character of A. I,. Maxwell may rightly be judged from the loyal support given hinl by his friends and neighbors last week, wizen he, with other candidates were being consid- ered for the office of county commis- sioner. The Palouse people were in- ierested ill his appointment not for! +any particular favors that the corn-! muiity would receive at his hands so; much as they were interested In .ge-: curing a man thnt the)" knew to bc just and upright in hi.% dealings with men. Any nlan who receives the hearty SUllport of his home town to a man is worthy of any office the county might see fit to bestow upon him. The place to find out a man's trne character is among l~ls neigh- bors. No man can maxe a success who does not stand well with the )f money. That will get results. idealism is too remote to secure hu-~ ,nan action. The conference will takel~ 8 his lU'Oposal under advisement, lf~ t reduction in armanlents will ap- 1 pear to bring monetary return which will outweigh the returns from an advantage in the world's trade, likely to lie secured from a powerful navy, reduction ill armament will bo ac+ :omplished; otherwise it will not. The nations are now groaning un- der an enormous debt and science hasI ncreased the cost of a powerful navy ;o that a race in such activities Is expensive. The time is ripe for at :east a naval holiday. ;- SOLDIER GETS HIS DUE. Tile Anlerican Legion ilas bee~, ,ilinking men and women have at lastI .egml to recognize the .fact that he! is a fallen sohlicr ill as true a SellSeI }Is ally soldier who died on the bat- .lelield. lle raised the nation in theI ,yes el the worhl from the sordid'~ lel)ths of conHnei'cia!isnl and placedI it ,in the high l)lane of idcalisnl, re-i 5il~ll O[ his countrynlen. The ovat,on he received at his first] i public appearance at tl~e ArmisticeI l)ay parade in Washing/on indicates[ / that the l)endulum has reached the end of its arc of vibration and henee+ home folks, eeiving during the battle spirituali The confidence bestowed b~" Palouse wounds and suffered a barage of envy! people in Mr. Maxwell's ability andj ~nd calumny such as few nlen in] t o modern tnnes ha~e been called upon integrity is no doubt grat'fyi~g t " " " " "" i 'o la ,r ~.,i i~t he lay prostrate aladl hinl and that alone was probably all~' ~ ' " :'+ ' " ' ' I that induced him to sacrifice $1400~far two years has lain wounded InI In salary in order to serve the publie !spirit and body, the object 0r derI- i That the worth of the man is rec-I | ognized tn other towns over the court-i ty can be seen in the comments ofI papers in other towns over the coun-1 I ty. in discussing the situation lastI week the Pullman Herald said: I "J. B. Sanborn of Pulhnan, who Tuesday offered his resignation as a LUNG BATH SOMETHING NEW Phy=lcian Reco|nmendr, It as Highly Exhilarating, Though Admitting It Can 8 Ov~'donl. forth will swing the other way and "Wo al-,, all lakil:g s+,a h;tlhu noW," at last rent at tile proper angle, sahl il dr)el,H., "i.tHs tfl' pt.~)pte lake ! / / yOU don't use as much of Calumet as you do of most other Baking Powders. It has more than ordinary leavening strength. You save about half. You don't pay a big 9rice for Calumet. It's sold at a moderate price -- that rep- resents another saving. You don't feel uncertain as to results. Bakings never fail--because Calumet never falls below the proven standard of 'q3est by Test." It possesses the highest qual- ity ever put into a Baking Powder. Contains only sucfi ingredients as have been ofi}- cially endorsed by United Statc.s Food Authorities. For weeks, for months, it keeps as fresh and full cf strcngtll as the day it left t}:e Calumet Factories, the World's Largest, mo:t Sanitary and Modern Baking Powder plants. pound can of (;:3un~et c,mtah'.s iu!t ig;!z2-~,,7~L,-:g;: i,,;" i,;:,6ii i~(;-i:~{~:Ti~i 12 oz. in~.t( ad or } el, .;~, + :~ .~ ~. t3t~ s,:, c you get a p,,ur, d wl:cn /,~u v, .'mr it. Calumet Gold Cake Recipe Yolks of 8 eggs 11 icupsof gran tflat++d suvar, ~.+ cup of water, g.; ct'.p