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i ill ..... ili, Ill - I '~ .................. I GARFIELD LIKES MAXWI!~L. Says County Conunissioners Could Find No Better Man. ', At a meeting of the Whitnlani ( County Parmers Union, held at Gar-t field Wednesday, the tollowing reso-I lution was adopted: "Resolved, That the Varmers Un- ion of ~Vhitman county express its approbation of the action of the county commissioners .-n appointing A. L. Maxwell as county commission- er to succeed J. B. Sanborn, resigned. We believe that no one In the county could be found who would better dis- charge the ditties of the office and practice economy in every depart- ment of the county's business." Good Time Club Gives Dance. COULD LAUGH AT LANDLORDS Visitors to Los Angeles, and Some Citizens, Established Miniature City With Their Autos. One way to :iv,rid ]d=h l'),llt,~ h=)~ I)eell dis(:overed ])3' abollt t|lvvv hllll dred tourists fr(,m the l,:a~t and a ~'Ol'O~ O1' :-,ee ihltt all tllo,~e lllltllel's ave littende(l to at tile proper llllle," iiitd ,llr. Mai'~h, hastily ~crlb- bilng a note Ill i'effsrd Io eli Inipol'ltRlil _ t)lt~inoss ill,fief he liftd almost forgoL- le!l llht~.olJ ~l ]ovhlff a]'ll! pf)llltd, hts wll'(,. i i i +1 ,,, i .................... Choice of an y Ladies' Shoes $5.95 Inventory ahead and too many Shoes. For t]'ree days they all go at one price. A~ay Lady's Black, Brown and Gray High Shoe in the house; all sizes. Your choice for the three days only $5,95 Cash Grocery Specials POINSETTIA FLOUR--49-pound Sack ........... $1J KERR WHEAT FLAKES ....................... BULK SEEDLESS RAISINS--Per Pound .......... RED ROSE CATSUP ..... ..................... DIAMONI) W PREPARED MUSTARD ............. DRIED FIGS--White and Black--Two Pounds . . BULK PEABERRY COFFEE---Two Pounds ....... JULIAETTA TOMATOES--No. 2~/~ can ............ "1 have lllPiLl(ll'tindll for lilt these lliillgS y(',ll'VC lllt,nliont+~(l, Ill)" desr," he S:-ii(I In li ('lllnl. i-eas~llrhig relic. "'YOU III;ty hi? perfoclly latlSy :ll)olZl theni all." --l'hll:ad@lDtlia Ledger. RUTHLESS WORK OF HUNTER~ Lovers of Wild Life Aroused Over the Wholeaale Slaughter of Large Antelope Herd. lndlgliltlh!n has ltt~eli arllllSt, d ninonI thli~tf illlt.rested Itl the con~ei'valil)n of wild Illiililltl~, over t|lP s}a/lgll{el. |)y ltllnh'l'~ (if al h,.ist half |ltt~ snteh)l)e ill it lai'~@ herd lhsl ili;illo~ its li(~Ine ,:: BELL THEATRE %% ,, ii SUNDAY AND I~IONDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2-3 DEC~IMBER -4-5 o.o in llio ')1 ,n cl',ll/Itl'y llOl'lhwi!sl Of 0:~ gwii'l ('irrenf, M:t.~kntchewan. Th(, h,,r,I lived unoi()le.~led for years i:i lllid Iti tis niaxinillnl nllllihered :t00 illii #:# llials. Hllnl(q's hl,gltn fo liiitke clliil(les- #:e tide i'aid~ ,In the herd IltSl fltll :1110 kept I1I) tii~+]r dellrl~hlthlliS dtirllig lhe #:i wti loft. .%1- the ,)l)(milig of ~l)l'iitg not li% more ltiliil 17)1i snielol)@ wet'~ left. #i# Prong-horn anteh,l)e' 21nve i'h'sl~ of !i:i flit= t)i~(lli In liuluhlq' on the lltfiili~ of North Aulerl(,a. hsve becn lllnlosl ex- O:# lernliilil!ed. This is o11o ~)f' {he few #:o wiht herds vemsinlng tin the (.oiillii~+nl. O~O /l(|lt,n lhe HmiSl)li'S l'lly c(lllip:li y WilS O~O the ~ovoreikq liower on Ihe ltl'~iii.it,s ;i; the lniid which i~ liOlv rnl)hlly ~i*tllnb, fo fiti'ni solllcrs twsrliil,d with snte. o:@ lopt,. .~llll- Ollly il few hlliidl'ed~l sre left ,)f the ho~ts. Ill '['lie :lntel,il)e ,if the ITli]lod ~litl'l'~O~i have ~lhllrod the fstc tit Ih,).~e O1" ("an- O:i sda. Exvept for :l few fu~:itivc I)altds in ,lo~el'l Whales all lhe wihl tiotelope O~,ll have (li~lil)li(,lll'e(I. The greltlesl her~] O~i left ,)n the o()iitlnent Is Ill Yellowstone ,;~t; l)ark llnder goverDlncn t pl'otectien. ~qmall herds also are flourishing In : gore ' ioi ~llt park.~ In Montana and o:o Oklahnma. Antelope are prolific Ilid 0:0 multiply rsrlhl y under fsvorahl~ ~on. ,tllioli~ 0:# Th~ ..Mt~a dl ~ o governiiieltt has e:e heen nollfied of the deciinati(:al of the e:o ;THE MOUNTAIN WOI'4AN'~ 'l~lLI.IAP,~l FOX P,,'~.ODUt~TIOI4~ WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Pearl White --IN ..... ~#~ Mountain Woman From "A Pagan of the Hills" By Charles Neville Buck WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY DECEMBER 7-8 LAUGH AND BE HAPPY. FURIOUS FUN IS WAITING William Fox Presents EILEEN PER C Y THE BEAUTIFUL AND TALENTED COMEDIENNE IN "WHY Tl I./ T YOUR, HUSBAND A hilarious screen Farce-Comedy hy George F. Marshall and Paul Caz- eneuve. Directed by George E. Marshall ~ALS0~ Virgin tamboul" Directed by Ted Browning Here's romance that will make your heart leap ~heer joy--thrills that will keep you on the edge your chair--a star so lovely and adorable you will to eat her up--a picture so lavishly produced you gasp with amazement. Live and love with Sari tod$~ Roam with her through the streets of Stamboul; ~ what her eyes beheld in the forbidden mosque. Swift Cnrrent herd hy hnnters and :i: Directed by Charles Giblyn esked to take Immediate step~ to saute ~he alttehipe from extermlnathm. ALSO A SUNSHINE COMEDY THE FOX NEWS Date for Grain Cut is Ordered. ;'~; THE JOCKY .......... ,~ ~, AND Washington.--The interstate com- ;i; Show at 7:30. Admission 20c-30c M TT AND ffEFF merce commission issued an order ~i~ U , calling upon the railroads in the west. O~;~; COMING ii ern and mountain Pacific group to put O:e into effect on or before December 27 O~% " FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9-10 the reduction of approximately 16 per e~e C LA~E PRESENTS cent on interstate rates on grain, ;~; ?2 dered.grain produce and ha)" recently or- ;~; Edith Roberts -- In a terrific tale of the astounding adventures of a little white tigress Farm Loans Total $30,572,327 O~O the South Sea Islands. Directed by Norman Dawn. Veashington< D. C.--Total agricul- ;!; tural h)ans by the war f~mnce cor- Story by Beatrice Grimshaw Pr'/Un m'de~ the amendment f Aug" ] -*i "'THUNDER ISLAND" list 24 last amounted to $30,572,327 on l~ Novenlber 16. the Joint commission of [ ;~; IT S A UNIVERSAL agricultural inquiry wan informed. ] ~o This was on loans on which the men- ' . . [ . ,, ;**g**g**i*o4**4*-,o% ~ %' % -: :+~ 4~'has been ]}~ over. jl * * " * " " " " ..... i to her solider lover's rescue with the thundering Horse Troop. See the one pictme that will never of your memory~the most stupenrou~ photodrama many years. , STARRING THE WONDER GIRL WHO, CREAT1~9 THE WILD CAT OF PARIS" PRISCILLA DEAN o Matinee Saturday 2 P. M.--Admission 15c-25 Night Show 7:30-9:30 ' Admission /