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THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL
Number 4 SOUTHERN IDAHO DEMOCRAT Established 1914 THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL Established 1832 VOL 35 SHOSHONE, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MARCH 28TH, 1919 FARM BUREAU NEWS tJre ■ This space is donated to. to n County Farm Bureau and will be li'ted by Geo. County Agent. I.in E. Maroney , acting LOCAL POULLTRYMEN ARE INT ERESTED IN BREEDS ETC Local poultry growers have shown a great deal of interest in the better poul try campaign, which was planned by tin farm bureau. Pren Moore, Poultry Husbandman of the University of Idaho spmt Monday and Tuesday of this week visiting the yards of the progressive The preliminary poultry meetings were but a start in what the Farm Bureau plans to do toward im proving poultry in the county permanent demonstrations arc being carried on and it is hoped that at least growers. Three one may be started in every commun ity in the county. ; ;. ■ s are planned to develop the most satisfactory methods of breeding, feed and housing of the poultry in These demonstra ing this locality. The County Agent and Miss Huyck. demonstration agent will keep in home touch with these community demon strators and reports will appear from -lime to time of their success Barbee».southeast of Shoshone had only twenty three hens among two hundred v hite leghorns that were poor layers. Barbee remains in the county will be used as a demonstra William Towne, of Dietrich, will demonstrator for that cominu Mrs. Joe If Mrs. her flock tien. act as nity and there is no doubt of the suc of his efforts, if the present con of his flock is fair indication of raise White Leghorns. found in his ecss dit ion his ability to So poor producers were fh- ;-k. James Nansen will act as demonstra eommunity. will have a His the Shoshone With his full stock he ogod exemple of proper housing, new brooder house is worth seeing, and ill be especially attractive after he :s his 500 baby chicks in it. \\ ith and feeding next fall tor for ■*. get cereful culling and winter, Mr. Nansen is assurred of success with his White Leghorns. ft may be of special interest to any sickness in their flocks,to of tuberculo It always, sick who have know that but one case sis was found in the county, nays to open and examine any fowl If you dont recognize the symp toms, call and see the sample of tubercu losis at the office of the county agent Other flocks visited were A I - Mc Mahon, Rhode Island Reds: S. E Todd. Rhode Island Reds: E. L GUnger. Buff Orpingtons; George Redmond, Part ridge Rocks and Wyandotts; and C. K. Wheeler, White Wyandotts. M. E. CHURCH NOTICE Sunday. March, 30th— 10 A Sunday School, il A.M.. rublic M or ship. Sermon by the Pastor. T-30 P VI., Illustrated Lecture. lor to Rico"— Some very fine slides. Also -, „umber on the "Ruined Churches of Do not miss these iine Ster France." ioptican Pictures. BREEDING EWES FOR SALE. e band of large Cross-bred Cots w.dd-RambouIettfc ewes. One band ofCross-bred Schropshlre nearly j On TUimboulotte ewes. One band Hampshire This band of ewes ewes, will pure bred, weigh from 125 to 165 pounds, and are the kind to produce big lambs. band of fine wool Rarn boulette One and Delaine ewes. alt our own rais ing; all two to four years old: large, nerged kind: good shearers; dqe lamb May 5th, 1919. They are in fine condition, and will sell. For particulars, call on or address, J. E. Morse, Dillon, Montana, or T. J. Murray, McFall Hotel, Shoshone, Idaho. Above ewes are to ■ ni2l-2t A WORD OF APPRECIATION O. D. The following letter Stimson manager of the Northwestern Division from of the Red Cross, regardir g ; the well known poem "SOMEWHERE j IN FRANCE" written by Mrs. Barber, ; many readers of the Journal who have! Seattle Washington. March 22.1919 j Mrs. E. G. Gooding, Chairman Lin- | c - In County Chapter, Shoshone, Idaho the ill be greatly appreciaeed by v read and admired the poem. My dear Mrs. Gooding: Received your kind letter with the enclosed poetry, which I think is ex cellent. and have given it good space this week in our bulletin, seat a copy of it to National Headquar well as to the New York Office Have also tors, as and believe it will get thfe deserved publicity. The idea is a beautiful one and very nicely brought out. to me is that everybody has not before this attempted poetry and song with "Somewhere in France" as a basis. Thanking you again for forwarding it, I am with personal regards. Yours truly, C. D. Stimson. The only wonder DISTRICT COURT IN SESSION. District court convened Monday with Judge Harry F. Ensign presid ing. The business of the court was confined to the criminal docket nu til Thursday noon when court ad journed until Monday morning, term of court is confronted with the heaviest docket ever known in the county, owing to the war conditions having held up court business the past year. This * Clarence Carothers was in Shoshone Thursday from his ranch. The following American doctrim is from a recent speech delivered • Do not forget that out of the fterv I furnace of the Eighteenth Centurv we : forged constitutional government ! giving the people free expressions hv legal and lawful means, guaranteeing liberty . individual opportune an,'! protection to home and property. It, was to preserve this Constitution of! Demoeraey that we made this great sacrifice. There is todav an insiduou.s. ! powerful. far-reaching propaganda go ing on in this country, and in foreign lands, by which it is sought to over- ; nationalism, government, i take by C. S. Fenator Frank I!. Kelkigg: all throw law, order and individual security. There is not an Anarchist, a Revolu tionary Socialist, or any member of an; organized society for the destruction of government, that does not believe inj internationalism. **»**Do not for nj moment underestimate the destructive orld-wide propaganda. 11 lovers of good government— guaranteed power of this Unless the fanner who Is the! Fight of ownership and enjoyment of his land—the laborer who is jguaran-| te< d the right to work and enjoy Its fruits— the merchant, and the profes-j sional man.— al] that go to make up forces their •la! order,— set the against this revolutionary propaganda! Century civilization | the Roman civiliz- [ our Twentieth will disappear, as ation disappeared nearly fifteen cen ' ! tu ries ago. DIED Stanley Devon Grewell, infant son of and .Mrs. J. H. Grewell. died at the Mr. family home March 24. of pneumonia, The baby was two months old March | 20th. Burial took place at Richfield I cemetary» A. J. KEEFER HONORED A. J .Keefer was honored this week by being elected president of the State Board of Education. Mr. Keefer has been a member of the Board for the past two years and his devotion to the school ipterests of the state have been such as to amply justify appointment and to logical member to be honored by the presidency of the Board. ! 1 their escape from the Lincoln county jail. Some of these men were being held on a charge of breaking out of i the same jail several months ago and j were captured at that time out near ; I,; the make him JAIL DELIVERY Thursday evening about six o'clock five prisoners succeeded in making The Dalles. Oregon. The old Lincoln county jail is a sort temptation to any prisoner to escape. judging from the ease with which they exhude through its walls. seem to Some time ago the Journal suggested that the sign on the outside warning those outside the jail to stay out should have a complement placed in-j side the walls warning those inside to stay in. RETURNS FROM- MEXICO . old Mexico where he has ployed the past year, settled conditions there caused a of American business activi .1. H. Barbee returned Tuesday from em He reports un sus bee pension ties until times change for the better. OPTOMETRIST ROOM 3, GEM BUILDING, BOISE. IDAHO. OPTOMETRY MEANS EYE wtiVK'F We fit glasses and do it right, ex actly right. 90 per cent of headaches are caused by some character of EYE STRAIN. If you are affected with headaches have your eyes examined. When your eyes cause you any trouble like blurring of letters or lines, itch ing or burning, vou must remember ihatTs their way of telling you that' they need attention. On* pair of eyes is all you will ever :K FAIR WITH THEM. W have. chang . e i enfîe s within one year withou anv ad( jitional cost to you. reg j s tere d in two States, Idaho and Oregon, jvhich coupled with an exper jenco «0 years makes it possible to care for extreme cases. 8pec j a i attention to school children. WE yj vKE YOUR TOWN REGU baRLY EVERY MONTH. AT HOTEL MCFALL, MONDAY APRIL 7th. We are We give NOTICE OF SHEFIFF'S SALE OF ESTRAYS On February 22nd 1919.the foltowin described estrays were taken up by. L. Parker at his farm, nine miles Nort of Shoshone, Idaho. One bay gelding white spot on nose and forhead, whit hind feet, weight about-1400, no visibl b Onerra.v gelding, weight about 1400 n °Notice P is 'hereby given that on Thursday the 17th dav of April 1919. a Lo r r. M. o'clock at the farm, jtine miles North of Shoshone^ Lincoln County, Idaho, I will, pursuant to the estray laws of the State of Idaho sell the above described Mtrajs_ ro 1 i" highest and es 1 st t * ' fu money of the l mted ..ta .. Clarence Wheeler! - Sheriff. 28 m7 Edith Collins was visiting in Poca tello a few days this week, Mlss Toss McMahon went to Salt Lake last Thursday, returning Sun day evening. DR. EMMA DRAKE TO LECTURE. Friday evening. April Ith. nr. Em ma I b ake will speak to the people of S ' , 1 ,>! * h ." n '' «■» 'he Methodist church, on ! ' e " u>c l raoy Silf ' f V thr ' " <>rld . »»-.Drake is President of the «'*'ncns Christum Temperance Un lon - *' ,r ,h< stilU * of tdaho - sh e Is also ''cpresrntat.-e in the state legislature °* » here will also he an afternoon meet '"*?• ,h< * l ,l!,CP " be announced at a 1 '" , r A» ar ' niost«cordiaI!y in vi,ed to ,ne!< " meltings, tty. E. W. SINCLAIR AT HOME W. Sinclair and ■ift* are greet ing friends again. They arrived Wed •i ning from Camp Lewis here Mr. Sinclair has been in mili rvice since early last summer. "Sin" now sports a brand new charge and is back home to stay. E. fiesday " tary s< SERIOUS ACCIDENT Fmil Lacy recently met with a serl and painful accident. He and Purduin ous Jerry Wright, of ih< were* helping Mr iolden Rule, out of a mud hoi". The Wright Car was stuck hard and fast. The men hud a heavy plank which they wore using as a iev or on the rear wheel. The plank slip ped fron' under the hub of the wheel and in some manner as it fell caught Emil Lacy across the thighs with such force that the jar partially dislocated his neck, it required an ex-ray exam ination to determine the extent of the He was taken to the hospital injury. and is rallying to treatment so that his is but a matter of a short No man id Shoshone h; circle of friends than Mr. I-lev and all join in sympathy. recovery time. ger transact T. H. Goodinß-. Sr., ing business i-n Gooding Monday. vas WHY COLDS ARE DANGEROUS. You ire often told to "beware of a cold", out why?. We will tell you: Every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and paves the way for the more strious diseases. People who con tract pneumonia first take cold. The longer a cold hangs on, the greater the danger, especially from the germ diseases, as acold prepares the system for the reception and devolopment of the germs of consumption, diptheria, scarlet fever and whooping cough. The y 0U g e t rid of your cold, the legs dan g er 0 f contracting one of these diaea9es chamberlain's Cough Rem e(Jy has a &rea t reputation as a cure (or | ds and can be depended upon ! I It is pleasant to take. ALVA CANZLER WRITES FROM CAMP GRANT Dear Friend: ! lines, hoping this finds you enjoying, good health. Well I am afraid that Ij . did not keep my promise very good in How's Shoshone now? I! to get back once Here goes for a few I writing you. am sure anxious Are you working at the same Were there many deaths' more. shall try and tell you a little bit of my, anded -in England on old job?. there on account of influenza? Weill experiences. I the 17th of August, and crossed the channel to France on the 19th. I first went over the top on September 26th, was in the Argonne fighting for ten rounded the 5th. of Oct. Was hit by a grenade in my left days. [ was shoulder, left arm and right teg. I ived back in the good old U. S A. Was at Rich arm 'h p 15th. of February. moral. Va. for a week, then was sent here to Camp Grant, healed up now. Jbut my left a " d hand are slightlj paial . , » " he something of * ^£ P n ® tl £ r t that time, it is improi a 1 ' j Have you **.. ms folks late > M e n , guess I had better close tor this time, hoping you will write and tell me ail the news. My wounds are Kenaston. And say Mr. mind sending me a copy of would you The Shoshone Journal, I would appre •hen I get back So good ; kindness very much. I ciate your tell you all about it to old Shoshone once more, bye for this time. As ever Canzl* r Alvi WATER USERS OF NOTICE TO THE GOODING-MOTT DITCH or claiming to All persons having. anv Right, Title or Interest to water through that certain as have. i. convey 4 Ditch"* wUhTts in - a £ e ' p 7oxhnatelv two miles North-! ofThe village of Shoshone. Idaho east of the g ^ ! ana , T r Mott Jhe Promis^ he hEBY NOTIFIED, J^^^Tmanagef 07 Ms tribu t-| >"£ lateral for the irrigation season of; 'he year 1919 and for ^e punwae of ^t™g w?.l ^ .1Â«Ï 'meeting ^ shoshonc Idaho on ... thg afte! - n oon. of the 29th Q f March, 19J9, beginning at 2( • oV ' lock ,, M of « ild day. L - J - MOTT j GUILD MEETING. - The Episcopal Guild will meet next, Wednesday at the home of Mrs J. W. j Lundin. A full attendance is desired, Miss Alice Borden had an operation performed on her throat last Satur day at the Dill hospital. She is now well on the way to recovery, but is short one pair of tonsils. : I SENIOR CLASS ENTERTAINED - A very pretty St. Patricks party was given Wednesday night at the residence of W. W. Gwin in honor of Miss the Senior Class of S. H. S. by Tressa t •k and Miss Mary Mason, was decorated in green Green shamrocks ere also used. The words The house andt and white, nineteen* v "Erin Go Rraugh" formed the Arch The guests came dressed as Irish ladies and gentlemen. The early part of the ivening was y sp -at playing games and dancing. Welcome Garlock also gave several selections on the ukulele. The boy's HiurteUe gave several selections. A four et urse dinner The wax served. e-roon eolo- scheme being cc ril'd 'hr.; the dinner. Kewpiex. dleased as Irish ladies and gentlemen held the ribbons to place cards and nut baskets which were shaped as green roses. Green birds, Irish clay pipes and Irish potat > pigs dec ira ted ih, tabh . cards were Irish ladies ii place hals. There 1 The eleven guests present. were The part\ broke up at a late hour, all voting the Misses Peck and Mason as most pleasant hostesses. EXTENDING THE SCHOOL TERM Th- Trustees of some of the school districts arc contemplating extending the school term two pr three weeks longer, in cider to give the pupils more time in which to complete the year's •work. BUD YADEN RETURNS Bud Yaden arrived Tuesday morn ing" for a visit with old Shcshonej friends. Bud has just returned from 13 month's service in France. He first went to hie home in North Yakima and from there to Shoshone. Bud Is reck oned as a Shoshone boy. hav ing spent the greater portion of his lift here. PEOPLE WILL TALK If you love a man. he isn't worth it.j rt you don't love him, you are foolish If you lead him on, your a flirt. If vou ignore him. you're heartless. If he has money, you're mercenary. If he hasn't any money, you're crazy If he's old, you're robbing the grave If he's young, you're robbing the crib If vou stay home you are an old maid If you don't, you're a rounder. For the love of Mike, what's a poor girl to do??????? Word has been received of the birth of a 9 pound son lust Wednesday, to Mr. and Mrs. Norvil Keefer at their home shone friends rejoice with cuts over the happy ev< nt. the par Mrs. Davis, of Loveland, Colo., with ar il er Frank Burdette was in ranch Thursday. "Grandpa" Hill was in town from his| Big WooiUriver ranch Thursday. visit Mrs. J. H. Grewell. rived Tuesday for a daughter. his from IMPROVED FARM FOR RENT. 120 acres, 60 in cultivation, 45 in al fa , fa j M p r ; ce , Box 313. ;_ -- p r j Hastings, of Chicago, foot speciaIist was at the Stockgrowers yiercantile store Wednesday and Thursday attending to the ills of Shoshone pedestrians. pjon. R. M. Angel, of Hailey «vas in shos j, one this week attending court. Wesley B. George, of Hailey. Mrs. is in Shoshone for a few days assist ing her htieband transcribe the records at the court house for the new county. ' Mrs. Delia Rhodes, of Lewiston. Id. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs D. W. Yaden, for a few days. H* : lie: t Sprenger, of North Yak is spending a few days iraa, Wash., ... this vicinity visiting his parents, Mr . ind Mrs Charles Sprenger, of the |;|g wood river tract. ■ Mark Kidwell has been appointed bailiff for this term of court. of Twin Falls,, official stenographer for the district is in Shoshone this week at Marshall Chapman court. tending to his court duties. Kulth (Kergi^son.of Tivjn Falls, a brother of Mrs. Will Newman, spent a few days this week in Shoshone. toj.^£ M rs. Turner, of Bellevue, returned 77 dajT s"ne "sh^pinr^^ "j Rcv . Baker, of Gooding. Preached a ShlarSuv"* «lEtu Partner " '_ utorn eys J H. Keenan. E. D. Rey no j (I . A. B. Barclay. Henry M. Hall and Wm v peters, all of Jerome, were at tending court in Shoshone this week. Just following an old habit, you see. - a. I,. Fletcher, attorney, from Rich- j was attending court here this ( week. ! Wm. Orr Chapman and Judge J. R..| Both well were among the Twin Falls attending court here this I Attomev Guy Bissell, % of Gooding, attending district court here this is attorneys week. The if;. E. ladies contemplate hold bazaar April 12th in the office ms ; of T. U.-Gooding. Dr. Dill purchased tin Holstein calves at the Mott sale Thursday. Chas. Burgess was in from the ranch attending the Mott sate Thursday. Fred Gwin was transacting business in Shoshone Thursday. Chartes Gwin spent a few days In Shoshone this week. in from the attending to! Ho-vey Burgess wi Sim» ranch Thursday personal business. j I -■ y Pettingill, of Twin Falls. late of ,p f p s army stationed at C mp Freetnont. Calif- was in Shoshone I st on the j rith Co. L of. Mr. Pettingill se Monday. Mexican border in 1916 , _-p(j ideho. of Twin Falls, was m| Mon dis Guy C. P.yan, Shoshone transacting business recently Mr. I an was day. charged from the Medical Camp Freemont. corps jt Harry Collins of Glens Ferry. f Shoshone, spent a few days for merly . ja tovvn this week visiting friends, ates went to Boise Friday and *d Wednesday morning. Rdholm went to Boise Satur to visit friend«, returning Monday Ivy C reeurnf from ho* farm Edna Far! Cheney Big Wood river Monday. vas in iIr and Mrs. daughter Lillie were shopping in tow. Saturday, on Springer and Ch: a Shoshone •Xep-ir»*es jo*isia JOE SPRENGER RETURNS Peter Ludstrom was SpVenger returned home Satur after spending nine months in th Ht did not get across but was the nrpiistice was Ki £ n(,<i Joe army . listed when jj p was stationed most of his term of service, at Camp Merritt, N. J. dav Robt W. E. Turner, mdT.owell Winchester went to . Monday to chase fish out of the 181 river. l>r. Wright of Hailey In» business in Shoshone Thursday. transact vas _ . Farmer Bill was in Shoshone T ur business connected with the state Fish and Game department DU with headquarters in s way lie had ■ from ! j I field deputy the saddle. is Ntil Orangeville, of Bellevue, the branch Thursday on hi veil up home from Camp Lewis wh* recently received his «lisch. military service. p issed home Charles Sharp of Bellevue through Shoshone on his way Thursday after a few weeks spent in ( regon. Vale, George Coates, former State Senatoi from Blaine county, residing at Belle vue, passed through Shoshone Thurs day on his way home from Boise. in Jerome on bus L. R. Pierce was iness Thursday. __ CAPTAIN BENNETT VISITS SHO-. SHONE Captain Jesse Bennett, of Gooding i was visiting his sister Mrs. Thos. H. I Gooding, Jr., for a few days this week, j ne is but recently discharged from th army and has accepted a position witl the Curtis Publishing Company and will have his headquarters at Boise. his headquarters at Boise. will have Mother of Thousands. The destruction wrought on all but the hardest wood by the white ant, or termite, is ft'ot surprising when a few facts are known of its prolific charac- ! A nest, some six feel in height, ter. was found in the tropics, and about one , foot belotv the level of the ground v.as a conical mound of hard earth. j uside t jiis dwelt the queen mother. ^ fler ,. are j u i observation she was pears to have been the usual prize for j £ j in the fourteenth cen «dy; bells and go.d snaffles were run | for in the fifteenth century; cups grad ually came into fashion in the six teenth century. Racing colors of silk i and satin seem to have been in use in Henry the Eighth's reign. __ i «Take It Easy." A great nany yoU ng folks make J hard work of things that should be per- | f ec tly easy, and as lon& as there are | pientjr 0 f really hard duties to be done, j Ifiaseems a pity to make hard work of j the rest. One'of the arts of life is to learn to do our work In the easiest way, ! saving on the simple tasks strength 1 to apply to the hard duties. found to lay 9,120 eggs in an hour. On account of her great size she was unable to leave her cell, hey only func tion being to lay eggs. I "The Sport of Kings." A mont'e of rich silk or cloth ap- | DIETRICH Mes PL K Fletcher and Miss Helen Shoshone visitors, Wednesday. — Veen Carnegie is l)orae from duties, weil performed in the American in its warfare again.se Germany. I * 11 army Dietrich is now in the agony of or -aiming a base ball club that is to bid for the highest honors in the local field. F J. Bacon, who recently bought the fin* Dam Hunt farm has sold it again to new parties here. Mrs. L. p Mustard has been seri tsisly ill the* past week, but is now re covering. Pa Towne, . who has been suffering with a hard spell of sickness is now re covering, and hopes to be his former self again. Mr. ami Mrs. I,. J, Meservey are at ITeston. Utah, attending the funeral of Mrs. Mesei vey's sister and her daughter. Albert Colwell and family have ar rived here from Vale, Oregon and ara occupying the Sine place for a year. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew l*avlik a babe their daughter. Mrs. Julia last Friday, living only three days.. was born to Campbell Leslie Eddy, one of our soldier boys who was sorely wounded in the war far* in France, is now supposed to be on the way home, bearing ample ev idence of his battle with a bursting shell. N. VV. Sine reasonably thinles he has done enough work improving his piace to be entitled to a recreation. He has rented his place for a year and he and Mrs. Sine will probably return to Washington for a time» Miss Marian Clark of f'eyette, who attended Myrele Borden in the Poca tello hospital, is now visiting her long time patient here. A party of young people was given in her honor at the Borden residence Tuesday evening. Last Saturday evening at the Die trich hotel, a goodly host of the older pupils of our public schools celebrat ed a birth day anniversary of Miss Mary Crist. x It was seed sown in good ground. A traveler, going up Main street saw some good business houses on thewesn side of the street On the east side the brush in Us untouched by man and serving no pur pose but to catch with its branches all the waste paper born by the winds. The stranger said how nice it would be if a bit of public spirit would break loose and clear that unsightly block, .1. A. Bailey heard It and being in the receptive mood for good thoughts, got a hunch of boys at work and the way that sage brush filled the air would Next? shame a first class blizzard. It is earnestly requested that no ono the Dietrich tract shall forget the reception to be given soldiers at the high school auditorium on Friday evening, April 4th. count of the bad roads and worse flu, this entertainment was postponed from its original stating, people attend this meeting and dem onstrate to brave boys that we appre ciate their services. on our returning On ac Let a grateful Dietrich M. E. Church Preaching service at M. E- Church, Sunday, March 30, 2:30 P. M. Everybody invited. BIG WOOD RIVER GRANGE Lester Cannon and Will Ivte were working a bronco Sunday. and Mr. Mrs. Lester Cannon on Sunday. Charl.y Butler called on Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brocks man Sat., a 101b. boy. It look« as if Spring, had corne at we are all glad. received from Mr. A. L. and family that thev got to Walla, Wash, ail O. K. last and Word •as Butler Walla home Sit. on 19 army . We arq Joe Springer came H e has been with the ;i it gUul to see Joe again. - fid h ' * A. Relics of Aztecan Era. Near Phoenix, within the Salt river ra i ley , are to be found seven com nunnl settlements of the same pre Aztecan era, with central buildings hat were far larger than that at Cusa Jrande. a writer in the Chrldtian Science Monitor states. To the north »vard and northeast every river valley retains evidence of the passage of at least a portion of these peoples, for tome reason leaving their cities and their Irrigated fields on the plains anz seeking the mouutulDS and tjio trpE<ä£ 'plateaus. ^ and Mrs. Will and Paul Mr. and Mrs. SA Ivie, Mrs. F S. Franklin Franklin called on B- Cannon v\ «1. Mrs. J. A H ie, Mr. returned front Vieira has A. S. . France where he has been 11 monta. He was in the Argonne-Forest; andAvas wounded two times. But we aie au has returned O. K. to the U.