j LOCAL BREVITIES
logerson School Fair There will
be a school fair at Rogerson Tuesday. (
August 20. afternoon and evening.
Son Born—A son was born Sunday,
November 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Win. H i
Stanley, 461 Third avenue west. His
name is William Henry. Jr.
Curry Basket Social—There will be
a basket social at the Curry school
house Friday evening, the proceeds
of which will go to the Red Cross.
Shamrock (Tub Met—The Shamrock
club met with Mrs. Peterson Thurs
day afternoon. The club will meet
with Mrs. Reideman Thursday, No
On Wedding Trip—Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Johnson, who were married on
October 28, left November 2 for Idaho
Falls, where they will visit Mr. John
son's parents for a short time before
leaving for Los Angeles to spend the
winter. Mrs. Johnson is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moomaw, and
graduate of Twin Falla high school
in 1915. She attended college the fol
lowing year at North Manchester. Ind.
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Leaving waste material in the body
poisons the system and blood and
makes you liable to sick headaches,
biliousness, nervousness and muddy
skin. Try Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Prompt relief. 25c. At all druggists.
Big Closing-Out Sale
At the Maroa orchard north of the school
14 HEAD OF GOOD DRAFT HORSES
IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS
Sale Starts Immediately After
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
DUNN & VAN AUSDELN, Auctioneers.
H. S. COWLING, Clerk.
TWIN FALLS ORCHARD CO
TWIN FALLS MERCANTILE COMPANY
HATS! HATS! HATS!
We Are Closing Them Out***
You can get one for
SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURS
DAY ONLY OF THIS WEEK :
N V, Bars 20-Mule Borax Soap.
Hb Can Elk Baking Powder, each.
10e size Borax Washing Powder, 3 for.
1 Ih Soft Shell English Walmfts.
1 Can Corn, 15c—2 for.
1 Can 2 1-2 pounds tomatoes, each .
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables All the Time
You can shop here for less—Buy a coupon book and save 5
per cent for yourself.
In this great time of conservation it will pay you to come to
our store and fake advantage of our specials.
TWIN FALLS MERCANTILE CO.
C. J. McCormick, Prop.
W. H. H. H. to Meet—The Women'« |
Home Missionary society of the M. E.
church will meet Thursday afternoon,
November 8th with Mrs. T. F. War
ner, 212 Eighth avenue east.
What About the Winter Months? A
valued exchange contains the follow
ing: "Mrs. G. H. Maxwell. 221 Fifth
avenue, entertained at dinner on a re
N' en ^ evening in honor of Miss Meda
Stevens, who will become the bride of
Robert Condie during the summer
The frequency and importance of the
public sales on the tract this fall tes-
tify to its material growth as much,
perhaps, as any other one thing. An-
other large one has recently been an-
nounced by the Twin Falls Orchard
company, on Friday, November 16. at
or near Maroa school house.
Community Auxiliary Meets -There
will be a meeting of the Community
Auxiliary, at the Community church
each Wednesday afternoon tor the
purpose of transacting all business
matters, and sew for the the Red
('ross. All members and those inter
ested in the sewing are urged to be
Gives Six O'clock Dinner—Miss Iva
Margaret Evans gave a six o'clock
dinner party Saturday evening in hon
or of Miss Clara Brose. The decora
tions were autumn leaves while the
centerpiece for the table was a
tableaux of two dolls dressed as bride
and groom, kneeling under a white
wedding bell. The tiny /groom was
dressed in black while the bride wore
a pale pink gown with white lace veil
ami carried pink roses. The guests
were the Misses Clara Brose, Evan
Martin, Ix>is Stuart, Georgia Martin,
Grace Bell and Mrs. W. M. Fisher.
(ops Busy Making Arrests—The
Twin Falls police force went "b'ar
hunting" Saturday and Sunday night
with the result that there were a num
ber of citizens were taken into cus
tody. John Etruniago, J. Crough, Nr
L. McClurcher, Frank Runogue, Joe
Murray, Charles Socksey and J. Bran
del were charged with having liquor
in their possession. "Slim" Bush, J.
Bucannon, George Garland, J. Makers
and J. Crouch were charged with
shooting craps. Charles Beck was
charged with misdemeanor, and M.
Merino was arrested on the charge
of stealing blankets.
ITALIAN READY FOR POSSIBLE
RETREAT NORT HOF PINZANO
Drawing Army Toward Reserve Forces in Pros-
pect of Great Battle-William Allen White | »
Says Americans Will Fight Little Until Spring
- Washington Officials Have Encouraging In-
formation-Germans Cross Tagliamento.
(International News Service Summary)
General Cadorna's Italian army may have to make a further retreat. Tha
Italian war office statement today admitted that the Germans have succeed
ed in crossing the Tagliamento river north of Rinznno. By this move tha
Germans now are in position to attempt a drive in the rear of the Italian army
if General Cadorna maintains his stand along the Tagliamento.
It has been predicted that in the event of the Germans forcing a crossing
of the upper Tagliamento General Cadorna would withdraw to the Piava river,
which runs parallel to the Tagliamento. Military experts have pointed out
that the Piave affords the Italians a much better line of defense than the Tag
The Piave starts in the Garnie Alps, fully fifteen miles from farther
north than the Tagliamento and flows in a zigzag course, emptying into the
sea about twenty miles above Venice.
By falling back to the Piave General Cadorna would be getting closer to
his base of supplies and also would have his reserve forces closer at hand.
The Smoke Fund raised by the
Statesman at Boise, is now over a
thousand dollars. Twin Falls can't
expect to beat the capital city in ev
erything, but it ought always to make
a better than hundred-lo-one shot.
"Smoke up" a little, please. The
TIMES desires to send off its first in
stallment soon, and ought surely
be able to make it an even hundred. ]
Sale South of Kimberly A sale for
the disposal of all his stock and ma
chinery has been announced by L. K.
Rapp, who lives on the old Waters
place, seven miles south of Kimberly,
for Wednesday, November 14 at which
time four horses, ten head of cattle,
thirty-two head of hogs. 100 chickens
and a large lot of farm machinery will
be offered to the public. The sale will
be conducted by Col. H. B. Lue and
will begin right after a free lunch at
Last Summer, at a Commercial club
luncheon the subject of labor at crop
saving time was canvassed with con
siderable unction ; and each business
and professional man present pledged
himself to give a certain number of
days work in case the expected need
arose. Well, it did arise—"arose and
shone!" School was pretermitted and
pupils and teachers went to the res
cue, notwithstanding which some
twenty-five per cent of the local ap
ple crop froze on the trees! Where,
of where were the Roderick Dims of
the club then? The TIMES knows of
one minister who pm in about sixteen
solid days apple picking- and, further,
deponent sayoth not.
Closing Out Sale —C- L. Hunted, who
is about to permanently leave his
farm five miles south of Kimberly, on
the north side of Rock Creek offers
for sale immediately following a free
lunch at 11:30 on Thursday, Novem
ber 15, all of his stock and poultry
besides farm machinery and house
hold goods. Tiiere are four horses,
two head of cattle, 100 chickens, a
Liberty Six car, pronounced as good
as new. Dunn & Vanausdeln will con
duct the sale.
Sale \<*\1 Holiday A public sale at
which thirteen horses, fourteen cat
tle and a large number of farm imple
ments will be placed on auction will
be held by F. J. Strain on Monday,
November 12, at bis place on the state
highway, two miles west of Twin
Falls. There will be a free lunch at
noon and the sale will begin ut 1
o'clock- H. B. Lue is auctioneer.
Mr. K. Hale Dickson, a former man
ager of the Twin Falls News, brought
a prosperous air with him as a TIMES
visitor last Saturday.
Col. R- H. Barnes, commandant of
the Idaho Soldiers' Home at Boise,
was a welcome visitor last Friday.
Since the burning of the main build
ing. the old soldier wards of the state
are being domiciled in the govern
ment barracks, near the city, where
the colonel says they have been made
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EVANGELIST C. L. ORGAN
The evangelistic meetings at the
Christian church this week, conducted
by Evangelist C. L. Organ, are al
ready attracting a great deal of atten
tion and drawing large crowds, who
show deep interest and appreciation
for the eloquence of the speaker. The
singer, Mr. Mell, and the accompan
ist, Mrs. Organ, please all the music
lovers greatly. That many will be
drawn to accept Christianity is the
firm conviction of all who have at
tended the meetings so far held. The
meetings will continue all the week.
to!probable that our armv in France will
ge t into the fighting to any large ex
tent until next spring." said William
Allen White today upon his return
from France, where he has been on a
trip of inspection for the American
"The real war work that should in
terest the people of America this win
ter is of an economic rather than of a
military character. Nothing could do
more to keep up the morale of the
French soldiers this winter than to
bring comfoi t to women and children
at home. The soldiers knowledge that
his family is being well cared for will
take ,i great load off his mind and
hearten him to stand up against priva
tion which otherwise might break his
spirit and render him of no physical
Nov. 5.—German troops
have crossed the agliamcnto river in
Italy, the war office announced to
Six thousand Italians were taken
prisoner the war office claimed.
WASHINGTON, Nov, 5. "it is not
"Every soldier who is saved this
winter means the saving of an Ameri
can boy when the big drive begins
next spring. Some American boy will
have to take the place of every
Frenchman who is killed or who
breaks down under the strain.
"General Retain is having French
officers go right down the lines and
ascertain from every soldier whether
he has any worries concerning sick
ness or want at home. Major Grayson
M. Murphy, of the Red Cross, General
Pershing and General Retain are
working in union to perfect plans for
the relief of families of soldiers."
WASHINGTON. Nov. 5.—The state
department has official advices from
Rome of a very encouraging nature
today but officials declined to go into
A cablegram from Rome reports the
arrival there of the Greek premier,
Vonizelos, accompanied by his secre
tary. Marcandolachis; the Perfect of
Salonlca Argiropulos; Deputies Car
apanos and Rapadan, ex-Minister Dio
bodes, and the English naval attache,
The Rome Tribuna says the Greek
j premier will visit all the allied capitals
before declaring a general mobiliza
tion of the Greek army. It is stated he
wishes to insure for his country all
the necessary provisions of a cam
Interviewed by newspaper corre
spondents. the premier declared he
had followed with admiration the Ital
ian advance in all fields and expressed
his satisfaction in seeing that in the
face of the present trial the country
was thoroughly united. General Rob
ertson of the English force and Gen
eral Fochs of the French army also
have arrived in Rome and have had
long conferences with Minister Son
ROME, Nov. 5.—"Some enemy forces
have succeeded in crossing the Tag
1 liamento river north of Pinzano." the
I Italian war office announced today.
"The pressure on the Italian left is
jthus Intensified," the report added.
RETROGRAD. Nov. 5.—Russian
I troops have ejected the Turks from
(their first line trenches on the Black
sea coast in the Kalkett-Theifilik sec
tor, the war office announced today.
PARIS, Nov. 5.—The forced retreat
of the Germans from the Chemin des
Dames has given General Petain's
forces forty square miles of territory
that has seen some of the bloodiest
fighting of the war. French troops
have been biting into the German line
along the north side of the Aisne in
that sector for many months. No at
tack in great force was made but the
French kept up continuous assaults
that so harrassed and weakened the
I Germans that they were forced in self
defense to fall back across the Ailette
The French are now consolidating
their newly occupied positions along
the Chemin des Dames.
LONDON, Nov. 5.—Thrusting for
word in a surprise attack British
troops last night captured 14 Germans,
killed 100 and took four machine guns
and two trench mortars. The war of
fice today announced the success. The
British losses were slight, it was stat
ROME, Nov. 6—The Italian forces
are battling against two-fold odds to
day in their determination to prevent
a further invasion by the enemy.
The Mackensen forces, having ef
fected a crossing of the Tagliamento
river about Rinzano which is but for
ty miles from the Adriatic, are today
in battle with the third Italian army,
the last to cross the river in the re
treat from Udine.
The von Beulow forces, having won
the passes in the Garnie Alps, are
coming down from the north,
vices from the front arc to the effect
that they are meeting with stubborn
LONDON, Nov. 6 British troops
drove forward in another attack early
today in the neighborhood of Passch
endaele, the war office announced. The
statement adds that: "Satisfactory
Account of Election
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(I. N. S. Leased Wire)
NEW YORK, Nov. 6—Today being
election day all local markets remain
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TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY
Matinee and Night
FARRINGTON & CORNELL
Comedy, Talking, Singing, Dancing
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Hippodrome Circuit Acts Mean a Standard
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MANY HIDDEN LIBERTY BONDS
>f careless owners will probably hi* lost, stolen
>r destroyed. Each Liberty Bond, unless reg
istered, will he like so much money—payable
to hearer. Become a keyholder to a safe de
posit box in this bank's vault,
posi't protection is absolute.
Such safe de
li is inexpensive.
TWIN FALLS BANK &
en ICAGO, Nov. 6—The board of
trade was closed today on account of
a Judicial election in this city.
UNION STOCK YARDS, Ill., Nov. 6
Hogs, receipts 16,000, market slow
and 10 cents lower. Mixed and butch
ers $15.80©'17-20; good heavy $15.75
©17.20; rough heavy [email protected],
light $15.40® 16.90; pigs $11.25®14 75:
bulk $16.10® 16.95.
Cattle, receipts 16,000, amrket slow,
ii . rents lower Beeves $6.604) IT
15; cows and heifers $4.50®) 11 . 80 :
Stockers and feeders $5.85©'11.60; Tex
ana $6.00©1335; calves [email protected]
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[email protected]; lambs [email protected]
Sheep, receipts 17,000. steady to 10
lower. Native and western
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