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AND i'HE REPUBLICAN twice r A WEI K SATURDAY Mountain Home, Idaho, Wednesday, October 14,1908. Volume 20 Number (> nnVFRNftR" RSIAHY UvTLIVlil/li U£lfU/l Good Attendance at Republican Idaho's next governor, as Hon. J. H. Brady, is already fa miliarly termed all over the state, made an excellent im the audience at the Republican rally held at the u PLEASES AUDIENCE Rally Last Evening. pression on ■■ c" ■ •> ■ ■■• - Am l • ■' v & V "' 1 ■.r ;.v. HONORABLE JAMES H. BRADY Hungerford Hall last evening and strengthened his chances to receive Elmore county's sup port in his race for gubernat oaial honors this fall. Brady was introduced by At torney W. C. Howie, state cen tral committeeman for Elmore more county, and spoke for ov er an hour and a half, retaining the close attention of his hear ers all the time. By no means i , an orator, Mr. Brady neverthe "ass presented an array of Mr. ■i t QUALITY is what counts when buying WATCHES AND JEWELRY None But High Grade Goods at i FRED PILLINER'S Mountain Home Transfer Line CHAS. VAN ORFF, Prop. Prompt and Careful Attention to all Orders, and Satisfaction Guaranteed. PHONE 1 53F Leave Orders at W L. Thompson's Frnitre Ston. *r JStnbcrg ^ce Cream made BY MOUNTAIN HOME PEOPL for mountain home people I C002 enouch for anybody Binder's Bakery and fi £ ures which - backed by his own energetic, forceful man ner, could not fail to impress all who heard him with the idea that he was fully appreciative 0 f the high duties and opportun ities of the office to which he aspires, as well as thoroughly capable ot filling it. He ably answered the charges of extrav agance in state administration made by the Democrats and also with pardonable pride pointed to the record of progress and achievement made by Idaho under Republican administra tions. In regard to the direct primary law, he re-stated his conviction that such a law should be enacted and pledged himself if elected to do all in his power to produce that result. He made a strong plea for lib erality on the part of the state in respect to its several educa tional institutions and declared that it would be his constant facts!effort to build them up. ! | REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET j United States Senator—Weldon B. Heyburn, Sho shone. J ustice Supreme Court—Judge J. F. Ailshie, of Idaho. Congressman—Thomas R. Hamer, of Fremont, Governor—James H. Brady, of Bannock Lieutenant Governor—L. H. Sweetser, of Cassia. Secretary of State—Robert Lansdon, of Wash ington. Attorney General—D. C. McDougal, of Oneida. Auditor—S. D. Taylor, of Bonner. Treasurer—C. A. Hasting, of Nez Perce. Mine Inspector—F. C. Moore, of Shoshone. Superintendent of Public Instruction—S. Belle Chamberlain, of Twin Falls. Presidential Electors—Edgar Wilson, of Ada; John Lamb, of Owyhee; A. A. Crane of Kootenai. Concluding, he said that if elected governor it would be his aim to so serve the state and its people that he could re turn to Mountain. Home two years hence and meet all our people as friends, with the con sciousness of having justified the confidence reposed in him. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NUMBER ELEVEN lioui-e Joint liesolutt bv Sewell and Freehafer No. Thiee A joint resolution to e submit ted to the electors of the state of Idaho for rejection or approval; proposing the repeal of sections 11 and proposing amendments to sections 2, 17,20 and 24 ol aritcl V, and section 6 of article XVIII of the constitution coun as follows: Section 2. The ju dicial power of the state shall be vested in a court for the trial of impeachments, a supreme rourt, district court, courts of juwtic-1 es of the peace, and such oth er courts inferior to the supreme courts as may be estab lished by law for any incorporated city, town or village. Section 3. Ih t section 17 of article V of the constitution of the slate of Idaho be amended to read as follows; ] and 21 nf Article V of the consti tution of Idah of the state nf Idaho, providing a dintriot court Lr each ty and extending its juris diction to all matters of pro bate, and providing for the election and app liniment of judges there for, and their salaries, and the terms of said courts. Be it resolved by the Legislature i f the state of Idaho: Section 1 That sections 11 and 21 of Article V of the constitution of the state of Idaho he and the same are hereby repealed and annulled Section 2 That section 2 of ar ticle V of the constitution of the state of Idaho be amended to read REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET Senator—Thomas Rickard of Glenns Ferry. Representative—H. C. McBimey of Mountain Home. Sheriff—W. E. Cordell of Pine. Assessor—Chas. Casey of Junction Bar. Probate Judge—0. E. Norell of Mountain Home. County Attorney—J. M. Owen of Mountain Home. Treasurer—R. B. Martin of Mountain Home. Coroner—Dr. J. M. Davis of Glenns Ferry. Commissioners—Milan Miller of Mountain Home; H. F. Skelton of Pine; Wm. Ward of Glenns Ferry. 17 The alary of the jueiireeof the nuprerne court, tin i' 0 tn-rwine provided In the legis lature, ehai! he four thousand do' I ig e-.ch pel Hhiium ■ n .f ttie jodgee ot the dietric court -hall t»e ae otherw'i-e provid ed by law, and no juet.ce of the mid the h i 1 Hupreme enuri, or judge of district ii'iiin, h h 1 11 t'K piiid hit< nr*I h ry ot Huy purl thcr'iif, unieen ho nball tirnt Iihvh taken h iid subscribed an onth that there in not in his h itui in mailer in controversy noi d cided by him which had been finally submitted fo his consideration and deter thirty days prior to initiation the taking and subscribing such oath Section 4. That section 20 of Article V of the constitution of the stale of Idaho be amended to read as follows: Section 20 The die trict court shall have original juris diction in all cases, both at law at d in equity, and in all matters of probate, settlement of estates of deceased persons anJ appointment of guardians, and such appellate jurisdiction as is now and may hereafter he conferred by law Section 5. That section 24 of of Article V of the constitution of the state of Idaho he amended to read ar follows: Section 24. Each County in the state of Idaho shall be and constitute a judicial die trict, and there shall be in each of said counties a district court, for each of which at least one judge shall be elected by the qualified electors of said district at the gener state election: Provided, however, that any county, in which the to * r1 *ote for governor at the last general election was not at least two thousand votes,shall he united with an adjoining county in the e | ection 0 f a judge and shall be only om judge elect e d for said united counties until said counties shall each have cast at a general slate election at least two thousand votes for gov ernor, and uutil said time only 0 ne judge shall be elected for the following counties ,to wit; Boise andAda, one judgejCassia and Lin* there coin, one judge; Custer and Lemhi, ! one judge; Elm oh and Biairie, one | judge; and 0<vyhee and Canyoi, Provided, further, judicial district "hall cast ov>-r eight thousand votes for governor at any general atate election, o additional judge aliall be elect ! (her-in for each additional eir lit thousand votes, or major part thereof, theteaft in said district, whom may hod court, and there may he as many sessions of said court, at the same time, as there are judges thereof, shall choose from tl eir j one judge; 1'hat when any ur ny oiie >»r more of The naid jiulg own num rH (CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE) ANNOUNCEMENT The Episcopal church of Mountain Home has very cor dially invited lie Methodists to the use of its church for relig ious services. The invitation has been very thankfully ac cepted and is very much appre ciated by the Methodists. Methodist services will be held every Sabbath afternoon at the Episcopal church. Sab-! bath school at 1:45 p.m., preach ing at 3:00 p. m.-F. J. Long, pastor. Election Day Dinner The ladies of the Baptist church are planning to serve a chicken pie dinner on election day. Watch the papers as to details for this event. Joseph Bennei t, was in from the camp for the F ur. Boiit Biisintu COlUgt ! Boise's ©ibeet, Bueleet, Best FOR (Afioc ADDRESS W. H. RH0A05, L. L. D., BOISE 1 COAL $ * $8.50 PER TON J. D. WHITSON PHONE 7:1 AT WEAVER & PAYNE STAND Gbe latest 1 Gbltto IN THE WAV OF 3llustrateb Sono and flDovino picture Jfilms 4 Ht ZDbe Crystal a chance of procram THREE TIMES WEEKLY I RAIN INTERFERES WITH FAIR PLANS Unpleasant Weather Holds Back Attendance and Spoils the Fair. The Elmore County Fair As sociations third annual meeting opened Tuesday with all plans completed for a rousing good time both at the grounds and down town and but for tha se ious handicap placed on the management by the weather man, the affair would no doubt have been reasonably success ful, financially and otherwise. The initial attendance, as usual, was light, but everything point ed to large crowds on the fol lowing days. The weather man ruled oth erwise, however, and while in spite of wind and rain the crowd turned out in good numbers to see the races today, by night the ho P e of a & etter da y to foJ low was ( l uite vvashed awa > - The exhibits this year were in many instances quite up to tin 1 usual standard in spite of the hard times and the lack of wat er. It is evident to all that un der proper conditions Elmore county can get up a fair to do it credit and compare favor ably with any in the state. W. 8 Wade, special agent of th United Slates Land oflice, is in the eity this week on official business.