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hood have learned to distinguish the
mess call.
"Immediately It is sounded, they
troup out from every conceivable cor
taking their places around the
QUEN RUN TO
SOLDIER PAIS AT
ARMY MESS CALL
By Mrs. Hazel Pedlar Faulkner
"The little children In this nelghbor
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An Official Document That!,
Show* Instructions to Those
Who Are Peddling Geeanan
Propaganda in This Country
Boise, Ida., Oct. 14.—Frank R. Good
ing, Republican candidate for United
State* senator, short term, has made
public the following statement :
Te the people of Idaho; I am mak
ing the fight of my life, not to be
elected senator, but to aave my state
from tho odium and the paralysis of
Soolalieni and Bolshevlklsm. I have
practically given up my campaign for
the senatorihlp to wage tills contest
against the Non-partitau league lead
ers and to tear off their mask. I lu
tend to keep up thte fight, und I leave
my candidacy wttb the public, and will
make no further reference to It.
Startling Kxpoee.
A abort time ago the newspapers
carried atartltng disclosures showing
the msimer hi which German prop«
ganda had bee* and la being earrtvd
on in till* country. A number of of
ficial document* were given out by the
national administration at Washing
ton furnishing details of the outrage
ous conspiracy hatched by the kaiser
and executed In the United States by
hit paid agent# sod by other# who,
however, are no less guilty because
they may have helped tho kaiser with
out a coaetderMton. The efteot of
(heir work waa ao bad a* though they
bad been on the payroll of the Prus
elana.
Theaa paid agents are working In
the United Slates today and thoy have
the help of others who are doing more
harm than the direct representatives
of the kateer.
Read Document No. 60.
One of ths dpcuuient* made public
In this remarkable exposure of damn
able conspiracy was No. flO. It is re
produced here. Read it carefully. You
will note Utat the kateer wanted
all the trouble posillile le tha
States.
"Stir up social unrest," he said,
through Darthelm, who Issued the In
structions.
Who la stirring up more "social un
rest" than the leaders of the Non
partisan league? That's about all they
have doue. They have persistently
preached tho goapel of hate- the goa
pel that the kaiser has preached and
practiced In his program of frlghtful
neas.
■Ur up
United
LEAGUE LEADERS' CONNECTION WITH IHEIJJ.
Arthur Le Setter, National Secretary of the League, Wrote to Bill Haywood
About "The framned War," and Against Legislation to
Curb the German Spies.
ARTHUR LE SBUER. Pre.ld.aL
■UOKNE V. DEBS, Chandler.
The
LAURA L. REEDS.
ALVA A. GEORGE.
Vic« Pre.ldenL
Secretary
People's College
MARIAN WHARTON,
Editor Calls*. New*.
F. A. M'CLAREN,
Treasurer.
FORT SCOTT. KANSAS
•TOR TUX BDUeATION OF THE WORKERS BY THK WORKERS»
April 0. 1917.
Mr. Wm. D. Haywood,
164 W. Washington St„
Chicago, Ill.
Fellow Worker:
Have just returned from Des Moines, Ipwa, and am very glad to be able to report that all of
the cases there are disposed of favorably and the boys at liberty. I think the Defense Committee
satisfied with the handling of the case. Of course, it was not one in which any labor principle was
involved, and, therefore, the fight was simply made to get the boys out.
My expenses for the trip were $34.30 and if you will send me a check for that it will dean the
matter up.
How are you eoming with the Minnesota proposition? I hope y pu don't start anything until
the year has expired. This damned war business is going to make it roiglifr hard to do food
ganizatlon work or good radical work of any kind, but I think the fight should be now centered
against spy bills and conscription.
or
Have you heard from Pennsylvania and Powers of Attorney?
Yours fur industrial freedom,
(Signed)
à
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ARTHUR LE SBUER.
AL:Y
The above letter, which Is a faoeimlie of one of the Government's exhibits introduced in evi
dence at the recent trial in Chicago of 100 members of the I. W. W., was written by ARTHUR LE
SEUER and shows his connection with William D. Haywood and the I. W. W.
Haywood with ninety-two of his associates, was convicted of violating the espionage act,
terfering with conscription, hampering the Government of the United States in the prosecution
the war, and was sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment and fined $20,000. In his testimony Haywood
identified the above communication as genuine.
ARTHUR LE SEUER is also SECRETARY of the NON-PARTISAN LEAGUE.
«
If the abort letter had been written after the espionage law wm enacted. Le Seuer would
^ prison today with Haywood.
men, watching with eager, hungry eye*
every bite that Is dished out. A fellow
can't eat hi* prunes very comfortably
with such an audience, and the men
here have divided every meal with
these little fellows, who are the chil
dren of men saving France."
A "home town" private, one of the
Engineers who has been building rail
armies In France, sent that message
home. He Is one of the men who has
been dividing his dally ration of soup
and beans, of meat and prunep, with
children who are the soul of
Western women second to none, have
home their part In the fight. They

^nmncan women, everywnero, auu
DOCUMENT NO. 60.
Circular, Februar* ai, 1919—Pres* Division of ths Minister of
Foreign Affale*.
To all ambassador», ministers and ooneular sfflolala In neutral
countries: >tou ar* hereby advised that In th* sountry to which you
are accredited special offloea are established for ths organization of
propaganda In tho countries of tho coalition of powers which Is In a
state of belligerency with Germany. The propaganda will be connected
with the stirring up of eoolal unrest and strikes resulting from it; of
revolutionary outbreaks; of separatism among the component parts of
the state; of olvll war, and will also comprise agitation against die
armament and th# discontinuation of tho war butchery. You are re
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quested to oe-opsrate and te favor In every way the managers of said
offices.
These persons wilt present to you proper certificates.—
(Signed) Bartholin.
Translator's comment (as part of document): According to re
liable Information to this oetegory of persons belonged: Prince Hohen
lohe, BJerneon, Bpellng, Karsberg, Sukennlkov, Parvus, Furstenberg,
(Qanetskl), Rlpke and probably Kelyahko.
Not«
war "from tha rear"
tarlan appeal* to weaken ths arm ef It* fee*.
-Here la th* exact German formula for the Incitement of
ttrlkes, efforts at revolution, the use of humanl
Look at their official publications—
at their newspapers—they teem with
hatred and malic« aud cheap sensa
tions—all designed to stir up "social
unrest," to divide the people against
themselves.
Now. Just connect the tfetlvltles of
Le Seuer. the national secretary of tho
Non-partisan league ; of Horace Mann,
the fellow he sent to Idaho, who con
fessed to being an I. W. W. sympathiz
er and a pro-uennaii ; of McKalg, for
whom Mann worked, and of Scholta,
the manager of the Non-partisan
league lu Idaho—and then read Docu
m«mt No. do again!
Then read what Roqpevelt say*
about them and all other Non-partisan
league leaders.
He says they are "uo American and
Bolshevistic."
He also says that every pro-Germau
In this country I* anxious to see them
w in lu the November elections.
Then review the activities of these
Non-partisan leaders.
Also read the letter of Arthur L*
Seuer, national secretary of the Non
partisan league, to Bill Haywood—his
talk about "the damned war"—his op
position to pending legislation Intend
ed to eurb the Uevainn spies operating
In this country- sod then read Docu
ment No. 60 again I
Don't Be Fooled, Mr. Farmer,
It Is nu disgrace to have been fooled
and traveling 1* difficult. But the Jour
nev must he made, and the pilgrim«
nave saved their meat and their wheat,
they have given their husbands and
sons. Their money Is going now, In
the first, second and third Liberty
loans they have Invested their dollars.
Opportunity to serve has come again.
The Government Is seeking funds. It
Is asking for the third of Its three-fold
need—men. munitions and money.
The hand that rocked the cradle Is
bolding the purse strings In these mo
mentous days. For their boy* Western
mothers will not withhold the needed
gold. America has started on the road
to Berlin. The way Is a long one,
by these Non-partisan league leaders
when even the great Roosevelt was
admittedly deceived by them.
It Is only reprehensible not to ex-,
pos* them and repudiate them when
«her are shown up In their true colors
—and It can hardly be said those col
ors are the Red, the White and the,
Blue.
1 have been a farmer all my life.
Everyone knows that. I have an Inti
mate knowledge of the farmers' needs.
far more than these Bolshevik Non
partisan league leaders, who have no
abldlug Interest In Idaho or In any
Industry of Idaho. I realize that the
fawners, like all other classes, re
quire certain legislativ# if lief »o meet
the existing condition* ot agriculture
and of other pursuits. But they can't
get relief from the McKulgs and tho
Scholtzes and the Samuels. They can't
get relief by following ghost dancers
and Bolshevlklsm and Socialism.
Roosevelt likens Townkiy to Trotzky
and Leujne, who workeci the farmers
of Russia—and traded them off to the
kaiser. These Non-partisan leaders
have no use for you, Mr. Farmer, ex
cepting to work you for what they
can and then trade you for a few of
fice* so they cun exploit this state
and bring In a Bolshevik! rule here
and ruin the farming Industry aud
every other Industry.
FRANK R. GOODING.
must he equipped.
It Is no longer a queation of "shall
we buy bond*" with American mothers.
That was answered when the boy*
went over there. It is no longer a
question of "can we buy bonds." The
experience of the first three loans has
answered that.
The question for Western women, In
company with women all over the land,
to answer Is "what Is the limit to
which I can, by sacrifice and saving,
hr going without and working for,—
what is the limit whloh I can reachT*'
CAN'T STOP SHORT
OF BERLIN GOAL
It would b* a sorry ending of a Jour
ney to have America stop short of Ber
lln. It is inconceivable that our sol
diers should stop short of that goal.
Can you, women of the West, pause In
the great task whloh has been set tor
you? Can you halt for an Instant in
the face of the country's need?
Will all of those planned purchases
weigh In the scale with the call which
comes ringing across from those plains
where the boys are fighting? It Is to
keep your boy on the march toward
the final goal that the Government
asks you to lend It your utmost.
"I regret that I have but on# Ufa to
give for my country," said Nathan
Hale, as he ascended the enemy's
gallows.
Ours is the task to save lives for
our country, to save by lending our all
at Its request. The Fourth Liberty
Loan gives American mothers and sis
ters a new opportunity to make Impos
sible a regret that they had but one
chance to gtve.
The Fourth Liberty Loan Is ours.
What Is our utmost? The country
awaits our answer.
HARVEST THE CROP«
AND WHIP THE KAItM.
"Hunger ia the Kaiser's beet wee*
The T. W. O. A. believe# tk
This la why it la making It possible
for high school girls In New York state
to help farmers In ths field* | for col
lege girls In the Middle West to do
general farm work; fur Polish women
hi New Jersey to pick potatoes and for
boye and girls across the continent in
Washington to gather fruits.
All this work la part of the cam
paign to "save the crops and beat the
Huna."
It la the aim of the T. W. C. A. to
demonstrate the heel ways of housing
and feeding farm laborers and so take
the burden from farmers' wives.
on.'
In all the places where women are
working under the direction of the Y.
W. C. A. a house Is provided for the
laborers, with a supervisor In charge.
The supervisor's business Is to make
j a [j business arrangements with the
fnrmers provl(le the food. If chll
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dren accompany their mothers, a train
ed woman looks after them while their
mothers are lu the fields.
NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
Boundary County, Idaho
Notice Is hereby given that on Tues
day. November 5, A. D., 1918, a Gen
eral Election will be held at the reg
ular voting place In each of the sever
al precincts of Boundary County. Ida
ho. for the purpose of electing candi
dates for members of Congress. State.
District, County and Precinct offices,
At such General Election the polls
shall be open at 8 O'clock In the
morning and continue open until
O'clock P. M. of the same day.
Following Is a full, true and cor
rect list of the names of the candi
dates to be voted for at the above
named election as certified by the
Secretary of State and Board of Com
missioners to the County Auditor of
Boundary County, Idaho, showing the
party designation and title of each
office.
U. S. SENATOR
(Term Ending March 4, 1925)
William B. Borah-Republican
Frank L. Moore-Democratic
C. 8. Senator
(Term Ending March 4, 1921)
Frank R. Gooding-Republican
John F. Nugent-Democratic
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
(First District)
Burton L. French-Republican
L. I. Purcell-DCmocratlc
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Alfred Budge
GOVERNOR
D. W. Davls-Republlcan
H. F. Samuels-Democratic
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
C. C. Moore-Republican
Oscar Q. Zuck-Democratlc
SECRETARY OF STATE
W. A. Fife-Democratic
Robert O. Jones-Republican
STATE AUDITOR
Edward G. Gallet-Republlcan
W. P. Rice-Democratic
STATE TREASURER
John W. Eagleson-Republican
Ernest L. Parker-Democratic
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Roy L. Black-Republican
B. A. Cummings-Democratic
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION
Ethel E. Redfield-Republican-Dem
ocratic
INSPECTOR OF MINES
Robert N. Bell-Republican
Waller J. J. Smith-Democratic
NOMINEES FOR THE OFFICE
DISTRICT JUDGE OF THE EIGHTH
Judicial district to be voted
FOR AT THE GENERAL ELECTION
TO BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 5TH,
191S: .
Robert N. Dunn ».
John M. Flynn
of
STATE SENATOR
James Fitzpatrick-Democratic
W. S. Walker-Republican
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Joseph C. Barto-Democratlc
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Buy Liberty Bonds
Christmas for the boys
in France
American soldiers in France will be restricted to
one Christmas package each, under orders from
the War Department. This package, when
wrapped and ready to mail, must not weigh
more than three pounds. It must be a standard
container—9x4x3 inches, and must be mailed on
or before November 15.
With the package must be an official coupon,
provided by the War Department. No package
will be forwarded without a coupon. The stan
dard container can be had by application to the
local Red Cross chapter.
A box 9x4x3 is small, but it is large enough to
hold the most welcome presents.
Purchasing at Howe's assures dependable qual
ity that will give your boy good service.
You must buy early for your boy in France. The
government wants you to do all your Christmas
buying many weeks ahead of the usual time.
Begin today. Our holiday goods are on display.
Any article will be held for you on payment of a
small deposit.
O. F. Howe
Jeweler and Optometrist
Edison Phonographs CËL Records
J
A. J. Kent-Republican
('€ JNTY COMMISSIONERS
(First District)
Fred G. Chambers-Republican
L. E. Lunden-Democratlc
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
(Second District)
H. L. Shively-Democratic
James A. Welch-Republican
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
(Third District)
O. W. Chandler-Democratic
George S. Collins-Republican
COUNTY CLERK, AUDITOR AND
RECORDER
J. B. Brody-Republican
H. H. Elder-Democratic
SHERIFF
W. F. Dunning-Democratic
W. H. Heathershaw-Republfcan
COUNTY TREASURER
Harriet G. Gale-Democratic
W. T. James-Republican
PROBATE JUDGE
R. R. Henderson-Republican
Chas. O'Callaghan-Democratlc
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
Caroline W. Flood-Democratic
Margaret Wolfe-Republican
ASSESSOR
R. E. Luse-Republlcan
W. C. Reld-Democratlc
CORONER
Dr. Irvin B. Keller-Democratic
C. D. Slmonds-Republtcan
SURVEYOR
J. Harley Cave-Democratic
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Frank Bottum-Democratlc
Oliver C. Wilson-Republican
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
(Bonners Kerry)
C. W. King-Republican
J. R. Meeker-Democratic
CONSTABLE
(Bonners Ferry)
H. L. Medbury-Republlcan
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
(Boundi^} )
Harry Graham-Democratic
CONSTABLE
(Boundary)
R. C. Hawks-Republican
Ernest King-Democratic
CONSTABLE
(Copeland)
J, W. Washburn-Democratic
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
(Eastport)
R. E. Berry-Republican
CONSTABLE
( Eastport)
Roy Kingsriter-Democratlc
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
(Lenla)
O. A. Ralston-Democratic
CONSTABLE
(Lenla)
E. J. Zintheo-Democratlc
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
(Meadow Creek)
F. Hartman-Democratic
CONSTABLE
(Meadow Creek)
J, W. Paxon-Democratlc
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
(Naples)
E. Flnney-Demooratlc
C. E. Honslnger-Republlcan
CONSTABLE
(Naples)
F. E. Dutton-Democratic
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
(North Bonners Ferry)
A. C. DeLapp-Republlcan
CONSTABLE
(North Bonners Ferry)
Fred Myers-Democratic
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A
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL A
MENDMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED
TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS o/
THE STATE OK IDAHO FOR THEIR
REJECTION OR APPROVAL AT THE
GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD
NOVEMBER 5TH, 11» IS.
NO.l
"Shall there be a convention to re
vise or amend the Constitution?"
N0.2
"Shall Article 12, Section 4, of the
Constitution of the State be so amend
ed an to permit counties and munic
ipalities to become stockholders in
and give financial aid to fair associa
tions not organized for pecuniary pro
fit?"
NO. »
"Shall Section 1, Article 4, of the
Constitution ot the State of Idaho be
amended so as to abolish the office of
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion ?"
NO. I
"Shall Section 1, Article 8, of the
Constitution of the State ot Idaho be
amended so as to limit the bonded In
debtedness of the State, exclusive ot
the debt of the territory at the date
of its admission as a State, and ex
clusive of debts and liabilities In
curred subsequent to January 1, 1911,
for the purpose of the construction
and furnishing of the State Capitol at
Boise, Idaho, to a sum not greater
than one per centum upon the assess
ed value of the taxable property In
the State?"
NO. 5
"Shall Section 4 of Article 11 of the
Constitution of the State of Idaho be
so amended as to provide that cooper
ative associations shall not be gov
erned by the provisions of said sec
tion relating to the manner of voting
for directors or managers of Incor
porated companies?"
CERTIFICATE
Slate of Idaho, County of Boundary,
SS:
1, H. H. Elder, County Auditor In
and for the County and State afore
said, do hereby certify the within ami
foregoing to be a full, true and correct
list of the names of all persons, to
gether with the party designation of
each, (except part 1 ' designation of
persons nominated for Judicial posi
tions is omitted), who are entitled to
be voted for at the general election
to be held on the 6th day of November,
A. D., 1918, for Congressional, State,
Judicial and County officers, within
the County of Boundiyy, and the of
fice for which each is a candidate, as
same appears from a certificate filed
In this office by the Secretary of State
and a certificate from the Board of
County Commissioners, Boundary
County, Idaho.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed my offic
ial seal, this 9fh day of October, A.
D.. 1918.
(SEAL)
H. H. ELDER.
County Auditor.
Ship Your Cream to the
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Sandpoint, Idaho
Honest Weights.
Fair Tests.
Prompt, Settlements.
Courteous Treatment.
Check for each can if y on wish.
Butter-fat, sweet cream, 67c
Sour, 65c

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