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December 30, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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December 30, 1921

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Warren Throop spent Christmas ~n Pullman. A. Bitzer went to Spokane t,o spen(t Christm as. E, A. Fitch of Potlatch was in Pa- louse Monday. Ira Long spent Chrlszmas a~ tt~e Trimble home. F. C. Sanderson of Bovii: was in Palosue Monday. Mrs. Ardyce Eddy spent vacatma week in ~e~ttle. Ml~s K~'Dt~e Van Etten spent Cnr~st- mas in Pullman. Dr. H. J. Smith and family spent Christmas in Moscow. Stanley Breed spent Christmas with the home folks, R. J. Keeney and son, v~oya, wen,. to Spokane Wednesday. J. J. Johnson transactec ~usme~s in Spokane Wednesday. Arthur Sorenson and Herbert Die,- bel were In Spokane Sunday. J. F. Carroll aud daughter of Elk River was in~,Palouse Tuesday. Rev. W, M. Martln is visiting this week with his brother in Tacoma. John Trimble of Moscow, a former Palouse boy, is visiting in Palouse. Lyman Belvail of Pritchard, Idaho, is visiting his mother in Palouse this week. Gordon McFarland of Colfax vis- ited this week with his friend, Mar- vel Olson. Miss Donna B. Schanck and Mi~ Avis Anderson spent Christmas in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Joseuh Holland spent Christmas with Mr. Holland's parents in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. George Lamphere ot Moscow spent Christmas at the B. F. Wells home. The Methodist ladies have post- poned their New Year's dinner until February 22. f~-~G. ~. Klncatd returned 2"~ from Portland, where he had been ~g friends. Henry Pagan of Rosalia speut Christmas with his brother, William Pagan, in Palouse. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Williams of Garfield attended the funeral of Mrs. Su~Ireth Monday. Mrs. Anna Rowe of the Llnaen dis- trict spent Christmas witl~ her sl~er, Mrs. I. C. Peterson. S. G. Mecklem of Post Falls, is spending the holidays with his brotla- er, Charles M~cklem, Miss VG'ilma Freeely, teacher of English in the high school, spent Christmas in Moscow. Mt~s Mac Johnson of the SecuriF~ ! State bank spent Christmas at n~r home in Coeur d'Alene. J. R. Poage of Oakesdale spe~t Christmas at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Poage. Miss Laberta Harden, a student ~tt the Washington State college at Pull- man. was home Christmas. E. Daniel, who is bookkeeper In ........... L'-~77_~=__ ...... ' ................... WHAT YOUR NEleltBORS ANB FRIENDS ARE UOIN~:laundry' Mr. Miller ,le,(~ No. 7,! which proved tO be lucky. HUGHES SENDS NOTE ..... ' ,,,. ,: " , ,~- - ~': , ..... :'- ~'~ C.W. V4aters of Spoka~, former here and expects to move to Spokane income tax collector, was a Chris.tmas Valley about January 1. guest of his daughter, Mrs. Rosc, oe: "^__in PREMIER BRIAND Mr. and Mrs. l,~rank Kingsley of Belvail. He now conducts all office ~n A:shford, Wash., are visitin~ with Sl)okane for advising l)ersons who are their daughter, Mrs. G. B. Josiin. preparing their income tax reports. ~aSiC Principles of LirnitatiOll Mrs. Zenas VChite of Moscow ,'is- V. R. Barnes, manager of the re- Held Ignored By French Lted Monday and T~lesday at the home tail department of the Standard t,um-' of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Harrington. ber .-company at Spokane, with hts Proposal. Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Hugize.~ of wife and son, spent Christmas withI ........... Colfax were In Palouse Monday at- Mrs. Ada Oderlin. The son will re- . WasMugton D. C. -- S;:cretary tending the funeral of Mrs. Suddreth. main with Mrs. Oderlin tlle remain-!, . ' ~ riugnes, as chairman of the alilla~ll~It~ Miss Susannah Barber, teacher ini of "he week. conference, has communicated ,ti:ect- ~he primary grades, ts spendir~g the , 41, 4, 41, 41,'---~---~-'-,s, ,nr ,F ~ ~ ~ ,g, q, 4* ,I, tly with Premier Briand of France re. holiday vacation at her home tn St.~ @ AM~lqt~ q~Vl~ ....... @[garding tile situation whlci~ ha.~ de, ........ UtiU~UI4]~]S I~ " ~ re l" 0" "h ,,'and Of John. " F,airchildsi! ,l, 4, 'empea as a su ~ r t e ,~,,~ !the French delegation on naval ratios. Mr. and Mrs. George ook Christmas dinner with Mrs. Christian Church. i IHl)le school 10 am. Morning sm'-[ Fairchflds' parents, Mr. ~nd Mrs. W. vices 11 a. m. Christian EndeavorI J. Breed, 6:30 p. m. Evening services 7:30. Miss Nellie (~'row, who is teaching M. A. McQUARRY. Pastor. in Ritzville, is spending the holiday vacation with her sister, Mrs. W. James. Baptist ChurclL Sunday school at 10 a. m. Annual C. 1t. Knapp is still unable to come election and roll call at 11. Dinner down town as a result of a slight ill- served ~t the church. In the evening ~ess. He is greatly mis,~ed by his the pageant, "When the Star Shone," friends, will be put on. Rev. It. H. Martin of Tacoma, brother of Itev. W. M. Martin, visited Holy Trinity Church. with his relatives in Patouse C-nrist- New Year's Eve, l 1 : 30. Sunday mas day. school at I0. Preaching services at Miss Ruth Witmer left WednesdaY.ll a. m and 5 p.m. You sre coralally "or St. John, where she will visit invited. with Miss Susannah Barber the re- E.W. t~URLESON, Rector. mainder of the holidays. Thbrnton Gleiser, who is attending Methodist Church. Wilhunette university "it Salem, ~'re., at 10 a. m. Preach- is visiting at the home of his parents,:ing at 11 and 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gleiser. Miss Francis Trimble, who Is at- Catholic Church. tending school at Cheney, is spendlng Services on the second Sunday of the Christmas vacation with her each month at 12 o'clock. mother, Mrs, Nancy Trimble. Mrs. H. R. Hechtner spent Christ- Will Study About China. mas at Ellensburg. Mr. Hechtner ac- companied her as far as Spokane, Mrs. tIolmes and Mrs. Dixon will where he transacted business, be the hostesses to the ladies of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society Mrs. W. It, Crawford and daugh- of the Methodist church January 3, Let of Kennewick visited with Mrs. at 2:30 p. m.,in the church. Asplen- Crawford's sister, Miss Florence Bur- did lesson on China is being preparefl ton, Christmas. by about a half dozen or more mem- o" Mr. and Mrs. Ray Batey visited bets. Let every member of the so- with tl~eir parents, Mrs. Ada Oderltn ciety and their friends be present and land Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Breed, on hell) start the new year right, with Christmas day. an interest in the work which helps Mrs. Espey and daughter, Mlss our intellectual elsie's and give~ )~ l/attic, and 3Ir. Gooktn spent Christ- a view of this part of our Master's imas in Pullman with Mr, and Mrs. kingdom, i George Severance, . Mrs, C. C. GLE[SER. Mr. and Mrs, W, B. Irwin of Spo- !~ane and Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Rich- Sister Dead at Fort Wayne. wds.on of Spokane spent Christmas at J.A. Bloom received a telegram the Trimble home. :Thursday from Fort Wayne, Ind., in- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tldwell and forming him that his sister had Mrs. Inez Wilson were in Palou,~e passed away that morning Monday to attend the ful~ersz of their :ather, G. C. Tidwell ............. Card of Thanks. ~.~N~:~ -'~H u n s p e r ge r spent~l\ We wish to thank our friends and and ~amlly Christmas at the home of Mrs, Huns-I perger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jose0J~" ~eighbors who assisted us during our recent bereavement. V. W. Tidwell, ~-v~7~o-~ at Thornton. Andrew Tldwoll. Roy Ttdwell, Mrs. Mrs. Throop, who was suddenly lnez Wilson. ~aken ill last week, Is improviug rap- idly and with good care will soon oe able to be up once more. Card of Thanks, The Askins family takes this means Mrs. Ellis Cmnmerford and son, of thanking their friends for their i)$tt, of Lethbridge, Alberta are vls- kind sympathy and assistance during fling at Lhe home of Mrs. Cummer- their recent bereavement. the Warner Hardware company, ford's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph zpent Christmas in Spokane. ~ McClellan. Thee Lueslng and famil) spen)~ I ~ o l e us~ " ' ~r~ nk Greene f t I co ~')lidated C~L,Tu ~0R ~0~S, ( Christmas day ill Moscow, the gue~rsI~ieket offices of Spokane, wlth his The City of Palouse issues a call of ~ and Mrs Frank Bett~ 1 . . "s, ~wife and chi d, were down sI~nding for the following bonds: No. 12 ann Mrs. Joseph McClellan, who haslChristmas with his parents, Mr. and No. 13 of the local improvement Dis- been very ill for the past few weeks, IMrs. p. W. Greene. trict No. 3 issue. Bearers of these bonds will present them to A. Teck- is reported tO be much improved. ! | The cake which was on display at enburg, City Treasurer. 40-tf (~org~ Harper was in Spokan~Ithe Dandelyon Bakery last week was this week. He has sold his property won by G. W. Miller of the PalouseUI.ROOIIII.U~-|J~|'I:|I'n ADVERTISING RING OUT The old year is gone, but it leaves us a ltm'it~,~-- whi~ the wise will promptly claim. EXlm'im~ of ~y are priceless gutdem for tomorrow~ they well may be og greatest worth among all that ham come to u~ during the year t~t it plead, RING IN The la'o~, d fresh, bight ~ays of 1922, three kun. dred and sixty-five brand new opl~rtmtiti@. They axe each jm~ waiti~ to be used ~irimely and to the full--that the ,uzer may prosper and be happy and that the next New Year may ~nd him far along the road to mucee~. With best wishes for a truly happy New Year, we c~vdi~lly invite you to become better acquainted with our banking m~ioe. Farmers National Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON 16-1nch wood $8.00 a cord. Roslyn coal, $11.00 a ton. 50 32-Inch lath 15c. Potlateh Lumber Co. 42 FOR SALE---O. K. hay press, one grain elevator, one buggy, one cut- ter, one new Buick Six, 1921 model, one saddle, one telephone, one four- year old colt, weight 1500. Stanley Anderson, Palouse. 42-tf i~)R S-Ab-E~--T h r ee Barred Rock Cockerels $10.00, or $3.50 for one. J: J. Johnson, Phone 33 41-tf WANTED---To rent farm near Pot- latch or Princeton of 40 to 120 acres, Would pay cash for personal property. Address Drawer 188, Pa- louse, Wash. 40-tf I~OR SALE~Ten horsepower steam engine and boiler; upright. In- quire at Republic office. W. B. Nlcol, Palouse, Wash. 39-4 USE Wheat Flour manufactured at home, Cream of the Palouse brand, and save money; $1.40 per sack, $5.40 per barrel at mill, $5.60 per barrel delivered at depot. Palouse Milling Company. 41-tf We have installed new screens In our seed cleaning separator and we are in positl~,n to do a better lob of cleaning than ever. PALOUSE MILLIN~ CO. By N. B. Hunsperger. NOTICE We have secured ground for a wood yard and are ready to deliver wOOd anywiaere, p~lomm Trammfm'. Mr. Hughes was understood to have called the attention of M. Briand to the unexpected nature el the l,'r~nch proposal and to its failure I(, har- IIt(miz(~ with the basic prin(ipl(w npon which the limitation of na~al arms. IlICI| ts plan was (ira wn Tllt: Frellch pI'OpOS;tl for u ('upit:t! ship ratio perulitting her to C~)II:~tFUCI and maintain 350,000 tons, wilich, wh(~n first presented to the at'ms naval committee, was nnderstood to be lll(:l't~- ty a stlggestion, was declavt.d IO haw~ the full sllpport o[ the I;'reneh .gov ernmcut. The first great stride toward a five. power tr~aty limiting armameut~ w~ts taken when the United Stat~,s, Great Britain and Japan autmuneed a tinal agreetm:nt on tile Anterican 5-5-3 ratio The United States attd Gr,'~'t l',rit- sin conc,,ded to Japan's desire to re- tain her newest battleship, the .Mutsu. with proportionate ehange.s in the America~ and British fleets. While principles of the original Amerlcatt proposal were not impaired by tile triangular agreement, tit(., set- tleme.nt contemplates the following changes in fleets to be retained: Great Britain, 20 ships instead of 22, with an aggregate of 592,050 tons ia stead of 604,450. At the end of the ten-year building holiday the fleets will stand under the revised detailed plan as follows: Great Britain 525,000 lens. United States 525,000 torts and .lapan :;15,000 ton~, FRANCE WILL ACCEPT RATIO Briand and Ambas~dor Harve~ Ptol~ Conference in London. Loudon. ~ l~'ranc.e will accepl tt~e original naval ratio laid down by Sec- retary Hughes at the Washington con- ference, Premier Briand informed George ttarvey, the American ambas- sador, at their meeting I~ere. He authorized the ambassador to notify the American governmetH to that effect. Although Premier Briand's authori- zation, which has already been con- veyed to the Prench delegation in Washington and the American state department, makes no mention of sub- marines, there is reason to believe that the French proposals regarding undersea craft were discussed hy M. Briand and Ambassador Harvey. it is hinted that the French may have more to say on this subject. POLES .ARREST BOMB SUSPECT Warsaw.~A man by the name of Wolfe Lindenfeld, alias William Linde, has been arrested by the Polish police here as a suspect in connection with the Wall street explosion in New York September 16, 1920. Sylvester Cosgrove, the American department of justice agent, h~s sent a cable dispatch to Washington giving the name of a blacksmith who Wolfe Lindenfeld alleges manufactured the bomb and engineered the details of the explosion in Wall street in 1920. The address is given as 100 West Fortieth street, New York city. The blacksmith is supposed to be in the United States at present. San Franol~co Gangsters Get 50 YeaP~ San Quentin, Cal.--The state board of prison directors decreed that Ed- mund (Spud) Murphy and Edward Kruvosky, .pugilists, mmebers of a San Francisco gang convicted of at- tacking two girls in November, last year, should serve 50 years in prison here. Murphy and Krnvosky had been sentenced by Judge Loui~ Ward to indeterminate terms of one to 50 years. Police Guard Wall Street. New York.~Wall street's principal financial institutions were being guarded by reinforced details of pc~ lice and private detectivem in antici- pation of another bomb explosion, warning of which was sent to a broker in the district advising him to leave town or the vicinity of the stock ex- change. Orepon State Tax Levy $9,27~,2~. Salem.--Oregon taxpayers will pay a total of $9,376,289.11 in 1922. The total is $116,81~,11 l~tm than that lI~ J~.~ ti~a ~resent y~r. At the Close of 1921 The directors, officers and staff of the Security State Bank take this opportunity to express thei~ appreciation of the patronage and very pleasam and courteous treatment received from tkis corn munity, and wish you a healthlul, prosperous an( happy New Year. Security State Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON HAPPY NEW YEAR Palouse The Stora Fairbanks-Morse Electric Plant and CALORIC H On a Year's Time Palouse Hardware and ~t~as r We Implement Co. PALOUSE, WASH1 NGTON D. A. DALLYi ! General Blacksmithing, Hot#!