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French Gypsy With His
lit Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon
? to be
f ! -I. pnrollinb'.
P button am' "imlow
.jitlv upon mw'1'
. In the Pomi"
I be oi'en
dally to ri
glon. and give out
i,,-s Is oi'giiiuzeu
home in Dallas last week, having
fheen seriously injured when a niece
Typical House on Wheels
on the check, penetrating the upper
C Articles of incorporation have
been filed with the state corpora
tion department .by the Merchants'
Credit bureau, Dallas, which has a
capitalization of $500. The Incor
porators are E. K. Plasecki of this
city, H. J. Heiring of Portland and
H. Meiring of Salem.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
Tooze will be interested to learn of
the recent arrival of a baby daugh
ter at the Tooze home In Cam
bridge, where Mr. Tooze is attend
ing Harvard. The little girl hasl
been named Virginia.
..,. 111." llt'lU W"
. volunteers are
HKIIP 1111' mberehiD
vm r.u ......
fcdin one.", - ' "
.red W c
I to help such cases as
E vnuble Case.
and most destructive
tm .... ,., was at Corpus
nately 400 weie -
homeless, me nc
with a staff
Ld of MOO.OOO. giving aid
ifamllies ana ioui
-1 Jiiricts ana sunu-icm
1, each family to enable it
Son Its feet.
, y tornadoes, inv i,uu
s divisions were called up-
emergency reuei wun
fa workers into nearly eighty
lilies. The two arougms 111
, and North IMKoia gave
k opportunity tor irauieu
flrcmthe northern division
Red Cross cnajrcer.
; their usefulness, while
, of shipwrecks proved the
I of the Atlantic division
,'ew York Metropolitan
fanmittee to assist m that
last year empha-
j need of abundant pre-
lalong the line of disaster
lit has resulted 111 Hie or-
L: of disaster preparedness
1 by about 400 chapters
ftttung aside 01 a special
ij fund by the national or
of $5,000,000 in addition
regular annual appropria
the city marshal took him itome
for the night. During the evening
friends of the boy phoned to peo
ple here asking if he had been
seen, and when informed that he
was at the home of the marshal
they advised holding him until
Monday when someone would cwll
for him. The next morning the
sister came to town on a horse
and took the boy home. He pro
tested seriously, saying that he
was not used well at home and
that he wanted to live witn his
iy Is Shipped
om War Zone
Or., Nov. 11. From the
t cemetery in France, the
of ihe late Sergeant New
This is a typical French gypsy just a-roaming in his house on
wheels, drawn by his little donkey. It has recently been ascertained
that the French gypsy tribes originated In Hindustan. While their lan
guage is French, their habits ad traits are those of the natives of Hindu
stan. Members of the French academy spent years studying the history
and traits of the gypsies before becoming convinced as to the origin
of these strange people.
With Sister and
Then Runs Away
I I Aurora, Nov. 11. Because he
quarreled with his sister over a
cat, p twelve year old boy named
Pratt ran away from home Sun
day evening and traveled as far
as Aurora. He is living with his
mother, Mrs. Brown, at a little
settlement near here known as
Bast Fiiradise. The la dwas pick
ed up near here after dark that
evening and brought to the city.
He said he was on his way up
the Pacific highway to visit friends
Hut his conflicting statements and
actions led to the belief that ho
was running awyiy from home.
Questioned closely by City Mar
shal Fry it was disclosed that the
lad had quarreled with his sister
and had made up his mind to go
to Salem to live with his fath
er, Cadiz Pratt. Mrs. Dim Synder
gave the little chap his supper and
For Gervais Folk
Gervais, Or., Nov. 11. A fare
well party was given Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Marshall Monday evening
when about fifty of their friends
congregated at their home east of
this city to enjoy a pleasant hour
before they departed on an extend
ed visit east. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shall left last evening and expect
to be absent two or three months.
They expegt to visit in Denver, Chi
cago and Richmond, finally stop
ping at Woodtawn, Md their old
home where they will spend most
of their vacation. The party was a
complete surprise to the travelers.
Refreshments were taken to the
home and after a pleasant evening's
entertainment supper was served.
Miss Catherine Marshall was
home from Corvallis during the
week-end. She is attending the O.
Mrs. L. D. Mars spent the week
end at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Marshall. She
left Wednesday for Jefferson to vis
it her husband's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh IJ. Mars.
Mrs. E. Walker entertained a
party of friends from Portland the
fore part of the week.
John and Herman Paris have re
turned from Hood River where
they have been employed for some
Miss Grace Malo spent the week
end with her mother in the city.
Shi- is teaching In this county.
Mrs. Mabel Cooper and S. Berk
hart of Salem motored to Gervais
Monday and spent the day at the
McKinley Mitchell of Portland
was in Gervais Tuesday. Mr. Mitch
ell was formerly engaged in the
general merchandise business here.
He owns considerable property in
this part of the county and comes
here frequently on business.
John Mills of Drain, Or., is visit
ing at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Airs. John Mills.
Mrs. L. P. Gleasou. while return
ing to her home west of the city a
few days ago. In crossing the rail
road track, removed two large
stones which had evently been
placed on the crossing by some mis
ohievious boys. Her action may
have prevented a serious wreck.
Sister M. Winifred of the House
of Providence. Vancouver, Wash.,
Visited her sister, Mrs. T. .1. Hall,
Charles Mendenhall who pur
chased a farm in Clackamas county
a year ago, has sold the place and
is making arrangements to move
back to Gervais. He has leased the
.Mary Hurley property for the win
ter. George Thurman, who says he
has retired from farm life, contem
plates moving to Gervais to spend
nllll Loan Approved.
.Washington Nov. 11. Approval
7:30 Tonight 7:30
EUGENE BIBLE UNIVERSITY '
5 jFINE FELLOWS 5
EVANGELIST A. TED GOODWIN
19-Year-old Preacher ,
With Message for High School Students
4 GOSPEL SINGERS
STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH .
of a government olnn to the Cb
cago. Rick Island and Pacific ra1
road of $7, $42,00 for Improventeti
was announced Wednesday by ti.
Interstate commerce commission.
The body of an unidentified ni
about 40 years of aye and w
dressed was found hanging from
Kate post on the- l-'inneh Mich,
ranch near Pilot Ro-.-k.
sai.s amounting to more th
half a million dolars were made
the Oregon Growers' Oo-operatl
association during the months
July, .ugust and September.
Got uusy mid relievo
Known as "Bungalow
corner N. 17th and Court St.
with llmt Mainly bottle of
HAT -Sloan'fa does, it d.
rubbing to the afflicted part ir
promptly relieves most kinds
external pains and aches. Yo
find it clean and non-skin stii
Ing. Keep it handy for w-lnti-lunibiigo,
neuralgia, over i-.x.t'
muscles, stiff joints, baokat
pains, bruises, strains, fprai
bad weather after effects.
For 30 years Sloan's 1 Inlltt
has helped thousands th ! v-
over. You ron't likely t
exception. t certainly da
All druggists 3.ic, 70c,
The returns of the sales of the bas
kets amounted to $70 which was
for the benefit of the Masonic and
Eastern Star home.
Malcolm Hall and wife from Eu
gene have been spending a few
days with Deputy County Clerk
Flayd L. Senter and family. 'Mr.
Hall is the brother of Mrs. Senter
and was enjoying his honeymoon.
After a short visit here and else
where the young couple returned to
1-iugene where they will continue
The son of Dr. Bollman is ill with
scarlet fever and the home is quar
antined. Homer Dink and sister, Nell,
from I. D, were visitors in Dallas
nmnisand Orley P. Chase , yesteraay.
(to io Dallas sometime to- The Knights of Pythias of Dallas
Wh-Friday morning. These are active in a campaign to dispose
('were among those to give
ts for their country in the
fee military funeral will be
I Sunday afternoon, at 2 p.
I the armory. The ex-serv-
1 ind comrades of the de-
pa! gather for the last time
I their retipeots to these ho
pe funeral services will be
I Frank James of the Meth-
FalEcopal church of Dallas,
(monies will be public.
lice Hayes and Mr. and Mrs.
panich left last week for San
p, where they will remain
ft weeks. Mr. Minnich is
outhern Pacific hospital for
plk county permits have
toed to E. B. and Margaret
feson covering the appropri-
1 water from Fry's Culch,
ition of 10 acres, and to
of Salem covering t he ap-
n of water from Willam-
W for irrigation of four
tan estimated construction
N Mrs. H. L. Fenton are in
for a few weeks. Mr.
' well known in the hop
leirtles of the state.
chapter, Eastern Star
I Dallas, held their reeular
I Tuesday night and con-!
Ijiae important business aft
of season tickets for their ly-ceunt
course w-hich is to begin on No
vember 16th and the -posters are on
display around town and a commit
tee of sixteen are canvassing Dallas
with the hopes of disposing of suf
ficient amount of season tickets to
pay the expense of the talent which
they have secured.-,
Attorney AlcLeat- of HiUsboro
was in Dallas yesterday transacting
business at the court house.
County AssesVr J" red .1. Holmau
was in Salem yesterday attending
the county assessor's meeting.
Miss Nada Wilson, who is one
of the nurses in the Good Samari
tan hospital, is spending three-
weeks at the home of her parents, I
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. W ilson.
Judge H. H. Belt left Saturday j
for McMinnville where he is hold- i
ing court. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kirkpatrick
are in Portland for several wees
and, while there, are domiciled at
the Imperial hotel. Mr. Kirkpatrick
is planning to go to California later
in the season.
The Sunday school class of Rev.
Chris J. Benny of the Christian
church recently held a meeting and
it was decided that the class would
rent the old city hall building and
erect a volley ball court.
Plans were made at the meeting
and it was decided that the first
' a basket social was en- meeting was to be held Tuesday
rarp number of people. I evening. A volley ball and net have
been purchased and a good team is
assured. All the members o the
class which were interested in ath
letic sports turned out Tuesday
evening turd a lively contest was
Robert MuscoU, a former mem
ber of company L, who now re
sides in Portland, has just received
from the war department a cita
tion for gallantry in action, accord
ing to word rGceived by his moth
er, Mrs. Henry Muscott, of this
city. Mr. Muscott has also Just re
ceived an engraved certificate from
the department having been
wo u tided.
William F. Ross, who operates a
sawmill on upper Salt creek known
as the Polk County Lumber A; Log
ging company, was brought to his
For Stomach Agony
Ask Your Dingglst About Mi-O-Niii
It Wives Relief In Five
Y'our druggist will tell you that
Mi-O-Na is guaranteed to relieve
quickly eXnd safely, upset stom
ach and indigestion, or -your mon
ey will be refunded.
Have you gds on stomach?
One MiO-Na Tablet and the
misery is ended.
Are you bilious, dizzy or nerv
ous? Mi-O-Na will help to put you
right in a day; gives relief in five
Now, dear reader, don't go on
suffering with stomach trouble.
Be fair to yourself; throw aside
prejudice and try Mi-O-Na.
And money back if you don't
Mi-O-Na is worth us weigm
1,1 Snlrt bv u. J. try a"
leading ' druggists everywhere.
Ends catarrh or money back.
Just breathe it in. Outfit includes
inhaler .Extra bottles at all drug
Why Should You Pay
A HIGH PRICE FOR COFFEE
"When you can buy the
popular American drink
which is better for you
"--has a rich coffee -like
flavor and costs less.
There are two kinds ofPostum
Postum Cereal is boiled for 15 minutes
W boiling begins. A delightful cup results.
IF newer form. Instant Postum,is made by
Pacing a teaapcOTful in the cup-'thenada
not w&er,varsd stir unt&midBy Aa&fred.
3rocer$ seB both kinds
There's Reason9 for oskmn
EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
For Friday and Saturday
Ik. Price Shoe Co. Big Shoe Sale
Friday morning we open the largest selling event we have ever attempted; we are going to abso
lutely clear our shelves before the First day of January, regardless of the tremendous loss, as wc
are replacing every Shoe at sacrifices taken by manufactures that are running for cover.
We are ready with the cash to take advantage of their misfortunes and you in turn can takt
advantage of ours. Practically every Hanan Shoe on our shelves is priced at an actual cash loss
to us; this is your chance to wear good shoes. ANY ONE CAN HA VE NEW SHOES A T THESE
Compare These Prices With Other Stores
LADIES GRAY CLOTH TOP SHOES, late last, regular
11.00 grades, go at ---
LADIES' BROWN KID VAMP CLOTH TOP, two tone
French Heels, new last, $11.00, go at
LADIES', LOUIS HEEL, PATENT LEATHER OXFORD
on new last, while they last, regular $10.00, go at
LADIES' FIELD MOUSE SHOES, cloth top, new last,
regular $13.00 grades go at -
LADIES' FIELD MOUSE SHOES, new lasts, all leather,
$16.00 grades, go at
LADIES TWO TONE BROWN AND FIELD MOUSE, all leath.
Shoes, Cuban and French heels, regular $16.00 grades, ?Q QE
now go at 1
LADIES' BROWN KID, newest last, all leather Shoes,
$16.00 grades, now go
ON SALE FOR THE FIRST TIME, YOU CAN SELECT ANY
PAIR HANAN SHOES FROM OUR STOCK, IN BLACK OR
BROWN, ANY LAST OR STYLE, MEN'S OR WOMEN'S
REGULAR $20 GO AT
two shops will onlv be on sale for a
these Shoes to secure them at once
Boys' Shoes bought in job-lot prices;
the newest brown and black English
last, Goodyear welts, also dozens of
lh(r lnnt l:isl roo-nlrlv uIl Q
. , f Y T i i - p,""' 'J www 1 f .
-hnrt iim. and we would sucEest that if you want a pair of I f $9 and $10.
t Women's Brown and Black Cuban I
T Uu Wn liinff JSnoe... Ill inc.. ns""
I lasts, just arrived. Regular $10 val- X
T ues, go at
For Women, in all lasts and styles, tan,
calf, brown kid and black calf and kid,
all the new creations, regularly sold at
$16.50; while they last, go at
Children's Shoes all to be completely closed
Heels at Half Price
XTT ytk A d
CI?0 OK A 2K4.Mn t Mp's Edmonds Shoes, brown in English and
VA.uui - w.der lastK regulariy km f qr
,.ri.- dpp AIR WORK done at Rea- 1
sonable Prices. Rubber Heel DVMll Wednes- t Men,g bJack Wucher jace reguIar
day. We put on regular 50c Rubber 25 C I 10 va,ue9' an exlra good fitUng $fi QJ
last, to close
Complete Line Me? Brown Work Shoe, a very cheap value
Slippers just arnvca. I at 6' a shorl ,me' 10 c,ase ul' Ml
ir to he sold at REDUCED PRICES. X whil- ihev last DO.VO
Men's 12-inch Loggers in French Kip Vamps.
Mijfn (rade, !I(.00 Loggers d-. i fVf
Men's 10-inch Loggers, a High Grade gra.
leather Boot, regular $12.00, ft
go at iOs3 '
Men's $4 Light Work Shoe, brown
and black, go at
W'R Mt Hk kM Sls, re,
mSjmXi A $10.95
Shoe, in all Ut, 8i ,1 A QTL .
Wck t comf $7.Hil i
Men's Good Grade Knee Rubber Boots other
sell them for $5.00 -10 At
Our Price J)lfr
m a m.
Bays' Hijrh Top Shoes, both brown an Macl-
t beat of katker, most all sizes, d A flj-
$7.00 to $8.00 values at . ?,:
Boys' VIM Kpey hrome Goodvear - Welt Shot,-
I khscher, lae. all tAztn, . -. - A A At
Boy' brown an Wack EneUk double mm
jtratn lather scMot Sbee, the-kec. p A
tSM Se ever ssld, to gs at
- . - .
m eat at 1-