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!i~ii i( Useful Christmas Gift Suggestions FOR MEN HOSE NECK SCARFS BELTS GARTER SETS GLOVES SLIPPF.~RS HANDKERCHIEFS BATH ROBES NECKWEAR HATS SHIRTS MACKINAWS COLLAR BOXES SCARF PINS FOR WOMEN BATH ROBES BLOUSES SIXPPERS FURS SILKS UMBRELLAS LUNCH SETS LINGERIE HANDKERCHIEFS HAND BAGS BEADS SILKS HOSB FOR CHILDREN SLIPPERS HOSE CRIB BLANKETS BELTS CAPS NECKWEAR RIBBONS SWEATER SETS SWEATERS 'FHE GIFT STORE i i ii You learn by comparison. It's a pleasure for us to show our Merchandise. Is ready with the most complete assortment of gifts shown in many years. You will find that a great deal of time can be saved and your Christmas fund will go farther if you de- pend on us and the many wonderful values we have to offer in gifts. i i i i i i i, G Have You Thought of a I Gift Blouses Cash rocery ag? , i ,,,,=o or Specials B a woman has thought these very words in the si- lence of her own dressing room when a costume 15 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar for ............. $1.00 For a gift. We have some [ had to be chosen on short notice. This Christmas [~li'~. very attractive ones, in all| Blouse showing embraces a complete range of I~lt~~/~ leathers, and as gifts ~hey[ favored styles, offers an excellent opportunity to \~~ are sure to be appreciated, i select that much desired extra Blouse and inci- ~~,~, //~~~rr~ Priced from dentally suggests a happy solution to many a $1.00 to $8.00 Cove Oysters, the can .................... 18c Good Brandy Mince Meat, lb .............. 28c Bishop's Coco, lb ........................ 20c Florida Grape Fruit, each ................ 10c Caroline Milk, the can ................... 100 Citrus Washing Powder, package .......... 25c Wool Soap, the bar ....................... 5c Soda Crackers--8-pound box, the pound .... 15c Neckties W()rth Blankets Useful Gdts Bath Robes Give Con- A more useful gift wGuld be hard to find. We are showing all wool, wool mixed, wool nap and pure cotton in a large variety of patterns and colors, priced from $1.80 to $14.00 The Store That tinucus Pleasure Not many gifts can continue to give as much lasting pleasure for months afte1~vard as does the gift of a warm Bath Robe. You will tind many striking designs and color combinations here at a wide range of prices. DUDLEY'S While Is what one finds in this Gift Store. One will immediately notice the good taste in the selec- tions, the excellent qualities and the endeavor to please every taste. Priced Saves You Money 35c to 2.50 Big Assortment at 75c and $1.00. i i i i i i i i~lll$ i Waviug a Happy Christmas with the Pretty Gilt HandkerchieIs And such dehghtfully different sorts of Gift Handkerchiefs are to be found here---dainty squares, made with the most painstaking care, and priced so moderately withal. Many in dainty boxes of three, assorted designs, boxed purposely for gift giving. Also assortments of Linen and Pongee Squares, in colors, for ,,: ~ Men's and Ladies' Drawn Handkerchiefs. Priced from ~( ~_~/ 5c to SL 50 ii ii ,i i Dudley Says: Quality, Then Prices. // It Saves You and Pays Us THE MOTION PICTURE REALM Play With Buck 3ones. Buck Jones in the William Fox production, "Just Pals," a drama of the wheat country from a story of John McDermott, is announced as the feature attraction at the Bell theatre T V/ednesday and Thursday. December 14 and 15. The scenes are laid in a small town on the border line of the wheat and cattle counties. It deals with the: lives of a dejected "nobody,"a boy waif and a beautiful school teacher, who becomes united through circum-I stances that constitute what has been! describ~l as a most appealing story.: Buck Jones is seen in the part of STUDENTS WIN HONORS (Continued From Page one) ler 91 per cent; Carol Wttmer, 91 per cent; lone Rust, 90 per cent. an/1 Glen Quam, 90 per cent. I Sings at w. s.C. 1 o;.o;**;***,**~****;**;**;..;**;**;**;o.;.o;,o~oo;**;,~;..;o.;**;..;..;..;..~ ~; ,;.o~. Miss Gladys Atherton of Palouse is a member of the College chorus ofiOiOo;p ~/:1)~~ Bell Theatre the Wash|ngton Sate college. TheiO~o chorus, assisted by the men's gleei club. will give a program of Christ- mas carols on the afternoon of De- : Grade 6--l)ick lfardy, 90 per cent; Gladys Pitt, 90 per cent; Dorothy Lamphere, 90 per cent; Mildred Mc- Mackin, 90 per cent, and Zelva Berry, 90 per cent. Grade 5---Ethel Andre~', 95 per cent. and Alice Hunsperger, 93 per cent. Grade 4---Doris Kent, 90 per cent; Mildred tIarpham, 90 per cent; Dor- e~ta Ireland. 90 per cent, and Mar- wood Webster, 90 per cent. Grade 3--Florence Mondt, 90 per] Blm, the "nobody"--a ne'er-do-well cent, and Rtta Coller, 91 per cent. [ who at heart is courageous and chtv- Grade 2~Charles Wood, Philip l ITosh and Emma Rininger. alrous. ~ Grade 1---Raymond McCullough, Marries for Peace and ~uiet. "I'll marry you," he said, "because'. you do not interfere with my worki and because you will prevent me I from marrying some woman who might." It was considerate of him, wasn't it? That is Just one of the unusual situations of "The Mad Mar- riage" coming to the Bell theatre on Friday and Saturday, December 16 and 17, with Carmel Myers in the starring role. Alone on a Desert Island, Eight years alone on a deser~ island with the wild beasts of the Jungle as her playmates, growing to beautiful young womanhood without any of the advantages of modern so- ciety, and finally rescued and re- stored to civilization to find she is a great heiress and to be loved by the man she adores--that is the roman- tic story of Gratia Latham, and it ~s enough to make any one sit up and take notice, because of the many thrills, adventures and exciting inci- dents of the narrative. In other words, the romantic in- cldenta recorded above happened not necessarily in real life in the South Sea islends, but they form the back- bone of the strong and powerful story of the newest William Fox big feature photoplay, "A Virgin Para- dise," which comes to the Bell thea- tre December 25 and 26. NOTICE We have secured ground for a wood yard and are ready to deliver wood anywhere. Palouse Transfer. Ernest Tosh, Louise Flowers and Vie- inn Saunders. Miss Edythe Pitt has a nmst re- markable record. She is carrying six subjects, two more than the regula- tion number, and stands in the first rank among the high school students. Lumber Indicates Prosperity. Condit'lons in the lumber industry indicate that the state next year will enjoy a wave of prosperity, according to J. P. Duke, state supervisor of banking and former cashier of the Security State bank of this city. "The lumber industry is the most sensitive cember 11 at 4 o'clock inthe college auditorium. As Malden Views It. When the railroad employes and the railway owners come to the point Iwhere they can make a showing such as the farmer has to this year, they will be entitled to get up on their !hind legs and roar, or go on strike. I No railroad man has been asked as yet to work for nothing, as so many farmers have had to do, or pay out good mon&y for the privilege of working. If anybody has a right to strike it is the farmer.--Malden Reg- ister. Card of" Thanks. 1%% To the many friends who so kindly TST helped in various ways to lighten our ~ "~'Js burdens during the recent illness and 'oT.o_ death of our beloved husband andI father we wish to extend our heart-~ e~ felt thanks. Mrs. J. B. Espey, Mrs. ~o, George Severance, Hattie Espey -- SELF-FEEDERS ARE POPULAR Devices Eliminate Great Portion of Labor Involved and Insure i nn i ' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DECEMBER 9-10 Edith Roberts In a Terrific Tale of the Ast,)undtng Adventures of a Little White Tigress in the South Sea Islands "'THUNDER ISLAND" ALSO "DANDY LIONS"--A CENTURY COMEDY Matinee Saturday 2 P. M.--Admission 15o-25o ~* Night Shows, 7:30-9:15 Admission 20c-30c WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14-15 A man from nowhere, a boy without a name, a girl divien. SE THIS IRRESISTIBLE COMBINATION IN THE WILLIAM FOX PRODUCTION "JUST PALS" STARRING "BUCIt JONES" ALSO THE LATEST FOX NEWS AND ~vr AND ~'~ IN "THE VENTRILOQUIST" COMEDY %% SHOW 7:30 F.M. ADMISSION 20e-30c ~-'11 i SUNDAY AND MONDAY barometer of business we have," said Mr. Duke. "Building operations are first to suffer in a depression,, and with the coming of good times there is an immediate inquiry for building materials to make long deferred re- pairs or for new construction. In the lumber industry much new business is being offered and inquiries about deliveries for the coming year show unmistakably that business condi- tions are improving and this state may expect prosperity. We are so de- pendent upon prosperity in the lum- ber industry for a state-wide wave of good times that the ilnprovement re- ported now should give greater con- fidence to people in all sections." Will Kave Santa Claus Day. December 17 has been set for San-i ta Claus Day by the Potlatch Mer- cantile company. The management advises the children to remember this day and come to the store on .hat date. Uniform Results. Self-feeders for lmgs have come into ~reat polullarlly among farrners and feeders largely because they eliminate a great povti,,n of the bd.,r inv.h'ed in feeding ;llld illsllre IltlWO iIl~iform results and g:-IillS fl'[)lTI (he liege, llogs in the wlhl state were self-fed ~lehllals, livhlg Lll)otl Silch 1'ePd.~ AS wolll(i ~,tlsfy their :ll)I~ellle,~. and un- der donlestleatioll they ~eom to thrive be,~t whell fed by lhe salile ilrhl,.Ipl0. The marked success of the sett'-foe, llog principle of hog raising is largely due to the fact that they may eat an ahlnldance. ~)l" those feed,., whi(.h ~1ll nourish II~em to the Imst advantage. The self-feeder si,~uld be designed primarily to keep an avallahle supply of gl'altJ constantly bef(o'e fho hOgS, and at the same time proleei the con- tents against waste due to wind and rain. A self-feeder cot}aisle of u h~q)- per to hohl lhe feed and a Irm~;~ he- I,w It into whleil the graia flows as the hogs eat It. Complete plans for the Iowa self-feeder can be obtained from the extension departmen|, Iowa State Ames, Iowa. .:. COMING FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY, DECEMBER16-17 fi'f e MAD MAI I IAGF_. STARRING BEWITCHING Carmel Meyers He was an attractive young artist, with scores ot wealthy women quite mad about him--while she---she was only a sock 4arner, his "domestic engineer," and both lived in a Green- wich village studio and were happy until, in a misguided mo- ment, they married each other--he to escape the wild women and she--well, you'll never guess it--you must see it--it's hu- man and deliciously surprising. DECEMBER 11-12 WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS William l us "Bare Hnuckles" A Thrilling Story of the Norther~ Country -~ALSO-- "IT'S A A Paramount-Mack Sennett Co~~y SHOW AT 7:30 P. M. ADMISSION 20c AND 30c