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Frislay. November HI, 1»1».
4LVOKD LOCATED IX
A GARDEN OP EDEN
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'here, and are making ,fairly good
ogress, our only communication
itn the outside world is by post
b oy to Mt. Silinda.
The trip down was certainly a
_reat experience. It was our first
taste of real African travel, for the
375-mile "trek" by donkey wagon
could perhaps be duplicated in some
parts of the U. S A. This trip was
was is called the "Safari," where
everything is carried by natives us
ually on their heads. Rev. Dysart
and his wife, Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
and Mr*. Alvord and myself and
.about 60 some odd carriers made \
'up the "Safari." The ladies rode
in inacliilas, a sort of chair carried
by natives. Rev, Dysart and Dr.
Lawrence rode bicycles, while I rode
Although we made camp three
times on the way, noon, night and 1
noon the next day. we made the 35 |
miles in just eight hours of actual
travel, which I claim was "going
some." having walked it myself,
The boys carrying Mrs. Alvord start- •
ci' off "ii the run, while 1 tried my
best to keep up. I thought at first \
they were trying to kill me off but
after 1 got my second wind 1 didn't |
mind it. so much. This is where I '
was thankful for the many laps l]
used to take around old Rogers field I
at W. S. C. After we had pitched ;
camp the carriers would come trail- j
ing in for the next two hours. Some
were so tired they almost fell in
their tracks. The "machi.la" boys
always kept up a continual chatter
and chanting of barbaric songs.
The second day while we were
camped for noon 1 learned that th*'
natives had collected worms along
the trail and were going to have a
real feast. 1 went to take a look
and there upon the ground was a
great heap of fat, juicy, hairy, cat"
erpillars, which they had shaken
from brownish. papery cocoons,
which had been spun upon the
branches of trees. I counted the
caterpillars that came from one co
coon and they totaled 527, each
about an inch and a half long. They
scattered dry straw over this heap
of worms, set fire to it and stirred
them around with a stick. This I
learned was to scorch the hair off
of them. Next they cooked them up
into a very appetizing (?) dish and
proceeded to eat them with great
relish. One native assured me that
it was much better than chicken.
(lot my first leopard pelt last
week. It came during the noon hour
and killed two goats. I and some
of the natives set out after it with
a pack of dogs and in less than JO
minutes Mr. Leopard was up a tree
with the dogs trying to get at him
from below. The skin is a beauty,
measuring 85 inches from nose to
tip of tail, and has a spread of 42
inches. We have it on our floor for
a rug now.
We are to have one year in which
to study the language and then I
shall take up the work which 1 came
out here to do. That is teaching
these poor needy black people to be
scecessful farmers. One of them in
answer to the question: What do
you know? answered "Udi no /.ia ku
rims, tie ndi no zia ku rgya. That
is: "I know how to dig and 1 know
how to eat." And that is about all
any of them know. But they sure
are grateful for any help, and it is
really worth while trying to help
them. There is a wonderful com
pensation in service to people who
need it so badly.
With best wishes to you and the
hope that I may have the pleasure
of another good letter from you, I
an> Very sincerely,
EMOKY D. ALVORD.
The church service Sunday at
H-00 a. in. will be a Thanksgiving
service. Sermon by Prof. H. W. Cor
nell. Sunday school at 9:50 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6:30 p.m.
The little church downtown, On
Paradise street, opposite the flour
mil' Sunday services: Bible class
at !':45 a. m.; morning preaching
service at 11:00; B. Y. P. U. at 6:15
P- m.; evening preaching service at
"'•3 O. Thursday prayer and social
■•Wee at 7:30 p. in. Rev. J. C.
■Austin, acting pastor. tf
F OR SALE—Almost new Mon
arch range, $75; also good coal
he *ter. $25. Inquire Mr. Ritzel at
tn » Washington Water Power office.
pOR SALE—Used Ford; good
condition, O. E. Faulkner, 603 Mc-
Kenzle St Phone 1113. nov2l
New California soft-shelled wal
nuts and almonds just received at
Anders' Grocery. nov2l
m KITCHEN 1
1 — sag C
Bui for life ,i, universe were notre
»>K and all that has life requires I
OUT OF THE CHAFING DISH.
When entertaining a few guests j
with a . hating dish supper, if hurried
for time, much of
the food may he
hand and kept
warm In the chaf-j
Ing dish, One of
the charms of the
chafing dish, how
ever, is seeing the;
food prepared and cooked at the 1
Panned Oysters.—'Phis Is a dish!
which will be safe for the least ex-!
perienced, as It is so easy to cook!
and is something well liked by Hie
average person. Melt two tablespoon
fuls of butter In the blazer and when
hissing hot turn in twenty nice large
oysters which have been drained and
well dried between towels. As soon
as the edges curl, dust with pepper
and salt and serve at once on toast.
• Tomato Rabbit.—Take some thick
slices of whole wheat bread, remove
the crust and cut into sandwich
shape. Spread one slice with salt,
paprika, dry mustard and a little
Worcestershire with a slice of ripe
tomato or tomato pulp, ''over with
Crated cheese. Put over a second
slice of bread aim press together.
Saute In butter until tin bread Is
brown on both sides.
Sweetbreads and Mushrooms.—
boil two small pairs of sweetbreads
and remove all the fiber. Cut each
into two pieces. Heat a tablespoon.
fill of butter, lay them In, saute quick
ly, turning them once. Sprinkle with
salt and pepper and lay on a hot dish.
Have ready half a can of mushrooms
(or fresh ones, cooked in butter).
Add them with a cupful of rich
cream, thicken by dredging with a
level tablespoonful of flour and cook
until smooth. Pour the mixture on 1
the hot platter around 'the sweet
Crab Flakes With Red Peppers.—
Chop the whites and mash the yolks;
of four hard-cooked eggs. Mix with
two tablespoonfnls of fine soft bread
crumbs and a half a minced red pep
per. Melt four tablespoonfuls of but- i
ter: stir In the eggs. Add slowly a!
cupful of cream and last a cupful of j
crab meat. When hot put in half a
tablespoonful of salt, a dash of nut
meg, and a teaspoonful of lemon
Juice. Let It cook until smooth and
serve in small dishes or on toast.
M. E. CHURCH
Special programs will mark the
Thanksgiving Sunday services at the
Methodist church. In the morning
there will bo a special sermon and
music, in the evening the choir will
render a sacred cc.cert. Good at
tendance is marking these hours and
It is especially hoped that this will
be rue on Thanksgiving Sunday.
UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE
The community Thanksgiving
service will be held in the Federat
ed church next Thursday, November
27, at 10:30 a. in. The sermon will
be preached by the Rev. G. W. Laid
law of the Episcopal church. Read
the president's proclamation and
then follow his good advice.
RISK THEIR LIVES
TO FILM CANNIBALS
Martin Johnson, explorer, adven
turer, and pel of Jack London, has
converted his motion pictures of his
sensational Journeys among savage
races into a five-reel feature. "Can
nibals of the South Seas."
Perhaps no adventurer except Lon
don lias ever risked his life more
times in the search for interesting
and unusual material than .Martin
Johnson, who carried a camera to
record his travels.
Johnson traveled 18,000 miles to
gather the films lie has assembled
in "Cannibals Of the South Seas."
He went everywhere in the Bout))
Seas that there was a chance for
"different" pictures. He sought
strange types of humanity regardless
of the hazard he encountered .and he
penetrated many wild jungles in the
face of governmental warning that
to visit them was suicidal.
Throughout his trip his wife, Osa.
was at his side. She insisted upon
accompanying him wherever he went
into the midst of savage lands with
only savage guides.
"Cannibals of the South Seas" is
a picture of another world, unstayed
reproductions of life among the sav
ages of the South Pacific ocean.
Johnson's camera has brought back
even more vividly than Jack Lon
don's pen the story of these strange
This remarkable picture will be
shown at the Liberty theatre at the
Sunday matinee and Monday even
Till PULLMAN M KHALI)
SIMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
n the superior court of the state of
Washington in and for Whitman
Charles StlreWalt and Mary F. Stlre
wait, his wife, plaintiffs, vs. The
Spokane and Palouse Land com- |
pany, a corporation, and also
ail other person i or parties un
known claiming an) right, litis,
Interest, lien or estate in and to
the land described in the coin-!
plaint herein, defendants.
The -late of Washington to said I
Spokane and Palouse Land company,
i corporation, and so all other per-!
sons or parties unknot claiming
my right, title, interest. Hon or es
ate In and to the land described a
he complaint herein, defendants.
You are hereby summoned to up
tear within sixty days after the
late of the first publication of this'
mmmons, to-wit, Within sixty days
ifter the loth day of October, 1910,
md defend the above entitled action
n the above entitled court and ans
wer the complaint of plaintiffs and
ii serve a copy of your answer upon
he undersigned attorneys for plniu
iffs at their office below stated and
in case of your failure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against
yon according to the demand o( the
ion plaint, which has been filed with
he clerk of Whitman county, Wash
■:■ ton. The object of said action
s to quiet the plaintiffs title in and j
to all the townsite of the town of
Branham, including all lots and
blocks and vacated streets of ?p,!d
ownslte as shown in the plat there
of in the records of the auditor? of-,
flee of Whitman county, Washing
ton, excepting lot 7. block 2. ani i
lots I, 2 and 3 of block 5 and that
part of Walnut street lying east oft
lie present county road and that j
portion of Fulton street lying Im
mediately west of block 2, and to j
forever bar you from asserting any j
right, title, or interest in or to said
property or any part thereof adverse .
to the plaintiffs herein.
Dated this 7th day of October,
NEILL & SANGER,
Attorneys for plaintiffs. P. O. ad
dress Pullman. Whitman coun
Order to Show Cause Why Sale of
Real Estate Should Not Be Made
In the Superior Court of Whitman!
County, State of Washington.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Helen Jean Fulnier, a .Minor.
it appearing to the said court by;
the petition this day presented and j
filed by Helen A. Fulmer, the!
guardian of the estate of Helen Jean '
Fulnier, a minor, praying for an order
authorizing the Bale of real estate, for
a better investment.
It is therefore ordered by the Bald
court that all persons interested in i
the estate of said minor, appear be
fore the said superior court on the j
28th day of November, 1919, at 10:00 ;
O'clock a. m., of said day, at the court
room of said superior court, at Col
fax, in said county and state, to show j
cause why an order should not be
granted to the said guardian to sell
the real estate of said minor; and
that a copy of this order be published
at least four successive weeks in the
Pullman Herald, a newspaper printed
and published in Whitman County,
State of Washington.
Hated October 24, 1919.
CLYDE E. LACY,
(seal) Court Commissioner.
State of Washington, County of Whit
I, M. C. True, clerk of the superior
court of Whitman County, State of
Washington, do hereby certify that
the foregoing is a true, full and cor
rect copy of an order duly made and
entered upon the minutes of the satd
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court, this 24th .day of October,
M. C. TRUE.
(seal) County Clerk.
By Emma Frizzell, Deputy.
We write fire insurance. Yeo &
ONE OF THE BEST FARM
BUYS ON THE MARKET
One hundred and sixty acres
of land; all tillable; 140 acres
in cultivation, 45 acres win
ter wheat; one-third goes
with place. Excellent soil;
good well; T-rooiii house,
and other buildings; two
miles from R. li. ; within 28
miles of Spokane. Price
$15,500; $o"000 cash- balance
five years at six per cent.
A few days only.
W. W. HOBBS
Pacific Hotel, Spokane, Wn.
Already the holiday goods are coming. They
take space and lots of it. To make the room we
are putting on sale every hat in the millinery
department; every ladies' coat and suit in the
ready to wear department; special lots of under
wear and blankets. Only five weeks before
Christmas and these goods must move.
fThe Lady who lias nol yel purehasod her Coat can do so
j§K4__S§9fck now at a Big Saving. Every Coat, in the Department on sal".
1R For $18.75
*^^lT\ f "0/ \i \v You can have your choice of 2"i Mew Pall Coats—all sizes.
k /jp-Ls-tzTVjfsr A Wonderfully fine assortment to select from. Values up
Jjjj lift -t\ fi to $4(1.00 in this lot— all sizes and colors.
- '~ , J $29.75
T, : /pP Beautiful Plush and Cloth Coats. All sizes, from Misses' 16
sffl i, I f to Ladies' 44. Values in this lot up to $45.00.
friaWtftnt nam I^gE?J jcMea\nnmn The choice of our Beautiful Cloth ('oats in Fur Collars and
\jef Trims, in values up to $50.00,
These Special Lots include most of our Ladies' Coal Slock _s_JBB&
W,. have a few garments regularly sold at $75.00 to $150.00. /CTu!ms\s
These will all be sold and at greatly reduced prices. iL^w_T^^n
Children's Coats all go JHAk
at 25% Discount W^ttF
All Millinery on Bargain Tables g|||
Four Special Lots Include Every Hat (ii<«P%%PP
$3.98 for Values Up to $8.50 / J j fff
$4.98 for Values Up to $11.00 Iff ilsy?,,
$5.98 for Values Up to $12.00 If / &J|ffiS^
$7.48 for Values up to $16.00 M «K\
Emerson Mercantile Co.
SOME <;<MH» BARGAINS
We have some real bargains m
used cars. Come in and pick one
from the following list:
1914 Ford Touring Car.
1916 Ford Touring Car,
1916 Ford Roadster.
1917 Ford Touring Car.
Hits Ford Touring Car.
1918 Dodge Touring Car.
THE BAKER MOTOR CO.
LOST— Saturday evening Novem
ber 15, between 204 Olson St. and
M. B. church, or In church, a cameo
brooch. A liberal reward will be
paid for return of same. Maude
Vanllook, 204 Olson St.. Pullman.
LOST—Black, shield shaped Phi
Kappa Psi I ■> wltb following in"
scription on back: "Ernest K. Lind
ley, „,. H.. K.i, it;, 1917." Finder
please return 10 Herald office.
The person who took a pitcher of
milk from the back porch of the
house at 1900 Indiana, Sunday even
ing, is welcome to the milk, but the
return of the pitcher would be
greatly appreciated as it is valued as
nil heirloom. DOV2I
Call .'>♦', for a 1-gallOD can of apple
better at 50c. Good quality, bat we
are overloaded on quantity.
t:ov2l J. O. ADAMS GROCERY.
If you make your own kraut let us
figure with you on n crate of cab
bage. Extra fancy hard heads.
dov2l BANDERS GROCERY.
FOR BALE A fine Shorthorn
bull calf. W. L. Easto, Pullman,
Wash., clo.se to college. It. F. D. I.
Get J.O.s price on cabbage and
root vegetal a car just unload
ed. Phone 56.
liovSl J- 0 ADAMS GROCERY.
POUND — Borne valuable paper
found in the lobby of the First Na
tional bank unlay. November 16.
This may be received by calling .-.t
the bank and identifying same, and
paying for this notice.
FOR SALE— Antony, cockerels;
blue ribbon stock. Ed Tower.
LOST—String of yellow beads,
near N. P. depot, Saturday. Nov. IS.
Finder phono 2154. Reward. m.'l
FOR SALE—Good winter cow.
K. 11. Vincent, 224 Cleveland St.
The Best Cup of Coffee is made
from Golden West Coffee. Phone 56.
nov2l J. O. ADAMS GROCERY.
High grade mince meat with a
stick In it, for Thanksgiving dinner.
Phone 39. - ..-'
BOV2I SANDERS GROCERY.