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The Nezperce herald. (Nezperce, Idaho) 1900-1957, October 31, 1918, Image 6

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OUR ENTIRE LINE OF
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FOR FALL IS HERE

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Our entire line of fall and winter merchandise is now here and
ready for your inspection. Most every department is complete
in every detail. A great big part of our stock is merchandise in
staple numbers that; we bought a year ago anticipating heavy ad
vances and to place ourselves in position that we would be able to
take care of our customers without having to ask them the ex
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NEVER HAVE WE BEEN IN
BETTER POSITION TO
COMPETE WITH MAIL
ORDER HOUSES
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as well as we are this season. There are hundreds of items right
here that we will save you from 10 to as high as 60 per cent on, in
comparison with prices prevailin g this fall in Sears. Roebuck A Co.
catalogues.
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We had an inquiry this week for an ulster sheep luted coat
We priced * fall 52 inch coat, fall sheep lined, with corduroy out
side and heavertsed collar at $18 50 In looking thus up in Sears
Roebuck s fall catalogne we find they quote a 52 inch, with about
a throe quarter sharp lining in a moleskin cloth for $29 50 We just
saved this customer $11 on the coat and gave him a better gar
ment Mot only thn out itmu hot the store is foil of merchandise
for tea/ than mail order house« this season.
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Kamiah Loses Two.
For the first time since the war
liteau Kamiah has been called mi
to receive the message el a sei
I die r 's death, which is the great
|est grief that can come to a cuni
: munity, A double .sorrow is our
portion, too, lor the first of the
week two 1 .1 Kamiah 's represcn
taüves in tilt army u ere called
mi to leak, ill,- supreme sacrifice
Sunday evening word came of the
death of A.vtell Hayes at ('amp
Fremont and the next morning
-Mis. T. A ('unis received
sage apprising her id' the death of
her husband at h't. Sill, Okla. Both
were victims el pneumonia, Hit per
induced by the influenza.
A\tell Hayes «as one of t lu
,hest known Indian boys of the
\ezpcrce roservation. He was
; the smi ,,f Mrs, Anna Hayes, Ins
lather hemg tin- late Alex Have
and mi, -les. das. and Harry Hayes,
-dt leaders in \ez 1'eree affairs
Axtell was edueateil at Carlisle.
Akteli was horn in Kamiah 2S
vrai s age and excepting u hen
away at school, spent his entire
life here. Besides his widowed
Jmother he leaves two sisters and
three brothers — Mrs. Adair
'Harsche. Kdnu, .Joseph, Noah and
Andrew Hayes.
The remains of Tom Curtis
a nies
were ship|ied to his old home
Lisbon, X. I).—for burial, and
Mrs. Curtis and the children left
for that place Tuesday morning
; to attend the funeral.
He was horn in Janesville, Wis.,
.March 2, l*7ti.
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Kamiah
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Obituary.
j Edwin Bay liarvin was born at
j Spencer. Iowa. March 19th, 1888.
j In the fall of 1898, with his par
[enta, he came to Spokane and liv
ed there one winter.
in the spring
'of 1903 he eame to this count 1
jsiiendiag a year on a farm ami
! since then making his home in
N ez perce,
j Of late he had worked at hr.
vocation, loe«
j gim-ermg, Si* years ago he w*
j. ns tried to Miss Vina Ucdiek, wh
j with three children, surviv*
frtivt*
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aid brother, an i .bedien
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Ship's Officer Quickly Settled Argu
ment Aris.na Between Naval
Ensign and Army Captain.
A lively incident brought to the
bridge by naval reserve men aboard
our ship illustrates "the eternal tri
angle" at sea that has as various
manifestations as the more generally
known "sex"
triangle of literature
and home life. Nelson Hollins writes
in the Century Magazine.
A rather self-conscious American
army captain in the course of smok
ing-room discussions hail declared
he meant to take command of any
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hfehoat he entered in the event of
the ship sinking. He was something
or-otber if he would submit to the
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orders of any hlame.1 ensign m the
naval reserve. An ensign reminded
him that he was at sea and that a
sailor rules the waves. The captain
still insisted that army captains
never, never should lie staves to navy
ensigns. They carried their heated
discussion of it out to the d«k, ami
. t tit
ran into a ships officer headed leis
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urely aft. He listened while they
submitted the point to him.
"Of Course you gentlemen reinem*
her that you are on a merchant
ship," the officer summed the matter
.aii/ , ,
the .aptaui s flushed fa.^- niait pa
seliger* await orders liefore entering
a boat, and have only one duty after
they are in it, to sit and keep per
fectly quiet. The ship'» officer, the
ship's qliartennaster, or the ship's
able-bodied sailor who may be in
charge of the boat will look after it,
gmth-men. What's all the argument
about ?"
up finally, "and that passengers"—
he looked with quiet keenness at both
the ensign and the army captain,
though the keen ries» dwelt longest on
EARTH HAD MANY "ICE AGES"
ftci-entmts Cl«»m to Hivt Proved Tint
Gisctal Pen ods Hove Boon Com*
moo *n Its History.
One often bears of "tb
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peri.-i 'or "the ne age" of the earth,
bot. »trietly »peaking, this ex pria
sc ■ 4 ••■rr t. It 1 w «stab
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LOCAL NEWS.
Is your Herald subscription due?
Head K. L, Schnell 's statement
,in this issue.
A lew cords of dry kindling
wood at The Prairie Lumber Co.
K. I. I*U reell talks points to the
voters in this issue. Look up his
statement.
An experienced man on the job
if you elect E. I. Schnell as clerk
°f •*(■ dintriei court.
N H. and i' F, Jacobs went to
l iiiontow n Tuesday to attend the
funeral of their niece, Mrs. Win,
Weber.
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" »... h. Me. reports 1I* influ
oinw situation well in hand there,
||ft thrwitw|H , M . n „ Uli
f w , t („. outbreak,
bong Le«, ha« installed a mangle
j,, laundry- a mmlern ironing
machine that will help him turn
out his work much faster,
ed Tuesday night from Spokane,
where he was looking after stock
11 his mercantile house here,
A ****"1 »* went thru
NeziM-ree vesterdav on their wav
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lr, ' ,M "(e w Cippe range to the
winter range near 11
Fourteen
Mr, ami Mrs. t*. W Pelt relurn
•ppner, Ore.
ease* of influenza |
wer« reported from the Steele
ft ion—eight being at the home of
* has Coon, but all are recovering
uitiwfaelorily.
John A Conger, student in the
Washington I niversitv at Seattle,
returned home Sumiav to await
»he reopening of the which is
..| 1(K ,.i a ee.Klnt »f the influenu
epidemic,
remain, Mia* Alvina Jacob«*, *tu
dent., m the la-wiston high wrhoul,
»I h» Kraiif»e* Ja«*«»)»*
and her
returned to the former 's home
here yistrnhy as the
there have closed liera Use of the
influenza
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ing In
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ii, 7jlh Inf.,
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en given a «May leave of
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ay or Stoufer amt this
ty, to relieve the local
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