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0 D. Rowe. Associate Editor.
Published every Tuesday at Bonners
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Kootenai Valley of Idaho. Entered as
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BONNERS FERRY LODGE
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Prank Bottum, Secretary.
LOYAL REBEKAH LODGE
Meets Tuesday of each week.
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ACME LODGE NO. 15
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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H. I. Monks, K. of R. S.
MOY1E CHAPTER NO. 31
Order of Eastern Star
Meets first and third Wednesdays
of each month.
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Mrs. Belle Bishop, Secretary.
F. E. & C. U. of A.
Local No. 53.
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Northslde School, 7:30
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Mrs, a. E. Aldridge. Sec.
TREATY BE USED
INTOLERABLE ORDER ENDED
Associates Free Governments of World
in League to Maintain Right and
Justice — Asks Acceptance
Washington.—President Wilson, in
an address to the American people on
the occasion of signing of the
treaty, made a plea for the acceptance
of the treaty ami the covenant of the
league of nations without change or
His message given out here by Sec
retary Tumulty said:
"My Fellow Countrymen; The treaty
of peace has been signed. If it is rati
fied and acted upon in full and sincere
execution of its terms it will furnish
the charter for a new order of affairs
in the world. It is a severe treaty in
the duties and penalties it Imposes
upon Germany, but it is severe only
because great wrongs done by Ger
many are to be righted and repaired;
it imposes nothing that Germany can
not do; and she can regain her right
fnl standing in the world by the
prompt and honorable fulfilment of its
Liberates Great Peoples.
"And it is much more than a treaty
of peace with Germany. It liberates
great peoples who have never before
It ends, once for all, an old and intol
erable order under which small groups
been able to find the way to liberty,
of selfish men could use the peoples
|of great empires to serve their ambi
tion for power and domination.
"It associates the free governments
of the world in a permanent league in
which they are pledged to use their
united power to maintain peace by
maintaining right and justice. ' It
makes International law a reality, sup
ported by imperative sanctions.
"It does away with the right of con
quest and rejects the policy of annex
ation and substitutes a new order un
der which backward nations—popula
tions which have not yet come to po
litical consciousness and peoples who
are ready for independence but not yet
quite* prepared to dispense with pro
tection and guidance—shall no more
be subjected to the domination and
exploitation of a stronger nation, but
shall be put under the friendly direc
tion and afforded the helpful assist
ance of governments which undertake
to be responsible for the opinion of
Recognizes Right of Minorities.
I "It recognizes the Inalienable rial.ts
H recognizes the inalienable rights
I 01 nationality; the rights ol minorities
and the sanctity of religious belief and
mankind in the execution of their task
by accepting, the direction of the;
league af nations.
Have you ever seen an
endless siream of flour?
Once you visit the new Sperry Mill at Spokane—where a steady stream
of wheat is turned into a steady stream of Hour—you will ask, "Where does
all the wheat come from and where does all the flour go?
We'll tell you: The great Inland Empire produces the wheat—the
Palouse, the Valley of the Snake, Camas Prairie—the rich regions from the
Coeur D'Alenes to the breaks of the Salmon.
And the flour from this Master Mill goes into homes, not only of the
millions in the Great West and elsewhere in America, but even into foreign
To see the new Master Mill is a treat you owe yourself for it is filled with
human interest. You will go home with a greater appreciation, a better
realization of the immensity of this industry—and what it means to the people
of the Great Northwest.
Remember—we'll be glad to welcome you any time you choose to come!
Sperry Flour Co,
Ten mills and forty-four distribu
ting points on the* Pacific Coast
J personally conducted
tour through the Sperry
Mill at Spoiane will
show you how the wheat
travels from warehouse
to washer, scourer,
roller, sifter , purifier,
hopper, packing room ,
and then on to the homes
of consumers who
. know* where?
practice. It lays the basis for conven- 1
tlons which shall free the commercial i
tatwcourse of the world front unjust |
and vexatious restrictions and for ev-1
ery sort of international cooperation j
that will serve to cleanse the life of i
the world and facilitate its common j
action in beneficent service of every
"It furnishes guarantees
were never-given or oven contempla- ;
ted for the fair treatment of all who
labor at the daily tasks of the world, i
"It is for this reason that I have*
s Poken of it as a great charter for a '•
::::t r Äüz2
reassurance and confident hope.
Corn. No. 3 yellow, $1.78 01.8044;
4 yellow, $1.68; No. 5 yellow.
Oats. No. 3 white. 69 44 0
Rye, No. 2. $144. Barley,
[email protected] Timothy. $9012. Clover,
nominal. Pork, nominal. Lard, $34.30.
higher; creamery, 460
51 Vic. Eggs, higher; firsts, 39440
41c : ordinary firsts, 380 39c; at mark
cases included, 38 0 39c;
packed firsts, 41 Vic;
Hogs- general market unevenly
steady to 10c lower than Wednes
day One load, $23.20; practical top.
$21.10; hulk, $20021; heavy weight,
$20.50020.85; medium weight, [email protected]
21; light weight, $"0.25021.10; light
sows, smooth. $19.65 0 20.15; packing
sows. rough. $18.75019.50; pigs,
Cattle—Beef steers uneven, 15c to
25c higher; fat cows, heifers, steady
to strong; bulls. 15c to 25c higher;
calves strong to 25c higher; feeders,
steady; canners, slow to lower: beef
steers medium and heavy weight,
choice and prime, $14.50015.50; me
dium and good, 12.50014.60;'common,
12.40; canners and cutters, $607.40;
veal calves, light and handy weight.
$17.25018.50; feeder steers, $9.250
.75; stocker steers, $8012.
Sheep—Fat classes strong to 25c
higher; others unchanged; Iambs, 84
pounds down. $15.25017.50; culls and
common, $8.50014.75; yearling weth
ers, $10.25013.75; ewes, medium,
good and choice. $6.5008,25; culls
and common, $2.5006; breeding
light weight, good and
common and me
The coffee market was unsettled
and entirely nominal around 230
2344c for Rio 7s and 29c tor
Spot cotton. steady; middling,
Bar silver, $1.0914.
Copper, firm; electrolytic, June and
July, 1844c; • August, 18%c. Iron un
changed, Metal exchange quotes lead
quiet; spot, $5.1705.35; July, $5.250
spelter firm; spot, $6.90 bid;
July, $6.95 bid.
standard- A, $55.50.
Eastern oats and corn in bulk:
Oats—No. 3 white, $50; 38-lb. clip
I ped white, $50.50.
Corn—No. 3 yellow. $69; No. 3
i mixed, $68.
Hogs Market steady. Prime mixed.
, $20 0 20.25; medium, $19.25019.75;
roUKh hea vl e s, $18.50019; pigs, $17.75
to must ratify pact first
ALLLIES »1 LIFT
NOTICE GIVEN TO THE GERMAN
DELEGATES BEFORE THEIR
DEPARTURE FOR HOME.
Historic Document Has Been Deposit
ed in Protocol Office—Tell Turks
to Go Home: Too Many Differ
ence Between Them.
Paris.—Official notification to Ger
many that the blockade will not he
raised until the treaty is ratified by
Germany was in the form of a resolu
tion adopted by the Council of four and
presented to the German delegation be
fore its departure for Berlin. The res
"The superior blockade council is in
structed to base its arrangements for
rescinding restriction upon trade with
Germany, on the assumption that the
allied and associated powers will not
wait to raise the blockade until the
completion of ratification, as provided
for at ttie end of the treaty with Ger
many, but that it is to he raised imme
diately upon receipt of information
that the treaty of peace lias been rati
fied by Germany."
Conditioning the raising of the block
a<K' upon Germany's ratification of the
treaty is regarded in conference cir
cles as a sure plan for securing speedy
ratification because of Germany's food
and raw material needs.
As Russia was practically blockaded
as a result of the blockade dgainst the
central powers, the opinion is held that
when the blockade of them ceases,
there will lie no blockade against Rus
NORTH DAKOTA IS TO
ENTER BUSINESS FIELD
Will Operate State Bank and Finance
Farm Credits to Extent of $10,
Fargo. N. D.—With the industrial
program of the nonpartlzan league ap
proved through last Thursday's refer
endum seven laws, North Dakota will
.enter immediately into the business of
handling grain and manufacturing
flour; it will put into operation a state
bank and finance farm credits to the
extent of $10,000,000.
Other industries may be entered in
to later without further legislation, for
the industrial commission of the state,
into wjiose hands has been committed
the industrial scheme, is empowered to
proceed with the establishmetn of any
manufacturing or marketing enterprise
having to do with the manufacture or
market of farm products.
The Farmers Society of Equity
plans the immediate erection of a
100 barrel Hour mill at Nampa, Idaho.
M. & B. CARPENTER SHOP
J. MUHLFELD, Proprietor
Windows, Doors, Glass, Sash
All kinds of Carpenter Work Done Promptly
Bring Me Your
and let me increase the wear you will get out of them by judi
cious repairing. We do all kinds of shoe repairing, and our large
equipment of modern machinery insures rapid and high-grade
Up-to-Date Shoe Shop
R. D, PAOLUCCI, Prop.
We Buy All Issues of Liberty Bonds
If you are compelled through force of circumstances to sell
your bonds, take them to your banker and ask him to draw a
sight-draft on us with bonds attached), or send the bonds to us
yourself by registered mail. We will remit on day received at
tin* highest market price.
Telephone, write or wire for quotations on Liberty bonds
or any other security quotations.
Irving Whitehouse Company
Davenport Hotel Bldg
When you want any kind of dray or transfer work.
Track at your service.
Night work when necessary.
Call any time of day.
The Golden Rule Transfer
J. T. LEACH, Proprietor
WOOD and COAL
Residence Phone 42
Office in Herald Building
JOSEPH BANNING, Proprfetor
POOL and CARD TABLES
The Best Place in Town to Spend the Long Winter Evenings.
Always Warm and Comfortable.
We Carry a Fine Line of Cigars and
Tobaccos, Pipes, Confectionery,
Soft Drinks and Fruits and Nuts.
BONNER WATER &
FRANK BERGER, Manager
Water Light Power
Let us supply you with your needs in the way of
The Crystal Laundry
F. K. INOUE, Proprietor.
Now ready for business under new management. Bundles called
for and delivered. First-class work, at lowest prices, guaranteed. Out
of-town work and Rough Orv Work our specialty. We have tho best
laundry equipment and employ the most competent) help In the city.
Cleaning & Pressing Ladies' Garments
Our specialty. Moderate Prices.
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