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The Grangeville Globe OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1918 OL. XII, NO. 1 $1.50 THE YEAR I LT. JOHN LONG De AS HE HAD LIVED "He gave his life as he had lived It; bravely and cheerfully." | News of the manner In which Lieu- ' tenant John A. Long, son of County Commissioner and Mrs. John D. Long, pt this place, has been conveyed to the family through tin* kindness and consideratlon of a brother officer, in the person of First Lieutenant Everett IS. Hunt, who spent the night before Ibe battle with lieutenant Long under Ihe kindly shelter of and old door, ihe only shelter he and his three com Iptudons could find In a downpour of Gave Life Bravely and Cheer fully in Great Cause of Humanity. INSTANT DEATH Eve of Battle Kept Com panions Amused With Jokes and Banter. In. Shortly lief on* the division o!f which Lieutenant Long was a member, eft for the east to ship for France, Hr. and Mrs. Long made a trip to lamp Lewis for the purpose of visiting heir son and while there becume ae luatuteil with the other officers and ! heir families, to some of whom refer ence Is made In the letter which fol ows. Although the loss of the be •qaved parents is extremely poignant esteem in which he w»3 held by his itother officers and the men of his xituniand, the cheerfulness with which M) made the supreme sacrifice, should ntligate their grief to some extent. 'He died as he hail lived ; bravely and jfa^erfully." The letter, written by Overett E. Hunt, first lieutenant in hutry, U. S. A., who recently returned o the United States, and nov. con lated with the Development Bureau. it Camp Sherid»W> .Ala- The letterl ouows : My Dear Friends—For several weeks ; have wanted to write to you and yet . hesitated. In my own mind I w#» ertaln that your boy, one of my closest 'rlcnds had made the supreme sacrl-' Sce, yet the Inqies that it was not true ras so* strong that 1 refrained from; vrlting. However it Is true und I feel t no les» than I would my own brother. How I wish that I might he with] rou and tell you in person of his last; lays. He gave Ills life as he had, Ived it, bravely and .cheerfully. Since f had to lie, I am glad that he died distantly and without pain. He wa* truck In the head by a fragment of a lgli explosive shell. Tlie last time 1 saw John was the ight before he tiled. We were laying I a forest, drenched to the skin with kin. It was cold and we had no pelter. Lt. Betterton, John, myself L Sgt. Russell of my company were I huddled together under a door hich we had found and put up for tetter. Sleep was out of the question. nhn and Lt. Betterton kept us umused mil xf i*h< 1 v ufrpflin nf \cAron »>wi Cer I left |d mo veil over to my platoon n.'*arhv L *•>*•- the last time we were t „. ]j r pur division was one of the sixteen lid-ten h divisions ithioii attsoirod Mgemher Sa few wiles northwest IVerdun John wus in command of L pioneer platoon and with them h the German wire t, eua de us Î t through I was behind them aiS low that it was nohlv done The en Fe attack lasteil nine davs and eii«le«l kar the Village of Gesnes n whl. h !dni is buried .. « Lt. McMilliau of our regiment was ie first to iuform me of John's death.: e was in eharjçe of a iiertv tx)llei*tiiiK ir dead. I met him in the woods near here he had coll€*ete<l about thirty of ir men. We talked but a few min tes as the i;ermans were even then hopping shells around- us. You may Jul the sjiot on your man by looking ►r Mount Façon. A few miles north est of this in a ..mall forest called j the French the Bois de Cierges. tere and nearhv nre burie<l several uudred of our men. ! Your loa» I assure you is no less [aa our own. Though my mother kd known John but a short time he N beexime a soit to hcr. I ha.l ...it |en at home five minute» when she Bced about him and burst Into tears beu I tokl her the truth. She-has Stteu to you and perhaiis nsk«*il for i picture.^ J had told her that 1 had to, Km „i',', ,' r * y us both alike ISg lfyg. A" . y . ou QI . M ' of mR<c ■ «teTlfbllws, I'.*U éno.drîit about* f f ïu.» * U e|1 k T n h 5 ftM • îhülimt Hi 'hl A 1 ', 1 ,«k! fn,IU . on the nl îrf n °' t agen ou me cnwuauy Hs;t we may Better ' Il SIM ^ mvTnnvT i K c * >111 1"**5' ' , "* wa " ' ook A nl *V» "* an out|i«»*t . m now rney got beyond us and V lot*, a machine gun a few feet Lt. Coffee. I SUDDEN DEATH IS SHtCK TO FRIENDS Mike F. Reft. I Technical liwti President of Idaho tute Dead From ifcart Failure. The anuoi cement of the sudden i death of Mile F. Reed, president of the ; Idaho Techid nl Institute at Pocatello was a severe »book to friends and ao j «liiaiutauces tÿ this place and through out the oouu ber of years was the eau* » where he spent a num j f his life. Heart failure ] of death which occurred j last Thursdaf while Mr. Reed and a J party of frlA trip in the ■ Power count) His death tided the hunting trip. I and his frier H In the party returned ' as quickly as osslhle with the body to ! Pocatello. President Rep Is survived by his 1 widow, u soi Frank, lu the United : State» army i France ; two other sous, Thomas and villarat who are at home. | and bis daug ter, Alice. He also has a brother, ( urles, and his mother, who reside a Salem, Ore. ; a brother. William E. red, who resides at Kooskia, Idat , ami assister, Ada Reed Adkison, at i wlston. For more an 11 years President Reed had bt i at the head of the Idaho Teehn hi Institute, and had | lieen Identifie with the upbuilding of ' that Institut! > of learning. He was formerly hea of the deiMrtuieut of ! physics and t Itulstry at the Lewiston normal - » o ■ ! H. H. MIL1 EK GETS CONTRACT. ! i —- — - Will Deliver 000 Yards Crushed Rock on Road pork Near Lewiston. The count» commissioners of Nez Perce countyJbn Monday of this week awarded to | H. Miller the contract for delivering 1000 yards of crushed ro<-k to the (»arwater river road east of the Lives t«k show grounds and to the Lindsay [freak road east of the Lewiston da ll| Tlie price to Is* paid the. contract«* will lie 84 cents per yard, the ma#iul to he Beeurcd at the There Is considerable pushed rock in the bins and the woft of delivery will started imnnMUiteiy by Mr. Miller. The awnrtfiras made on tlie lowest ! nity^of°Ai>erdeeufin ! Dole cruahcrBln Lewiston, bid suhmltta of Lewiston $1 a yard. he The Star I)ray company j ubmitted u propcnal for j | ! the CHURCH » RESUMED SUNDAY. Services \fiil lie resumed at the Federated i*i irch next Sunday, Sunday schon and morning preaeli ing being as. the usual hours, and in 1 tin* evening y. ung people's meeting at 6:45 and prA< hing at 7:30. j p,c - o — — WW *V n * WOT IT I j BJ I I fl 1^ 11 1^1 (111 i ■ ■ Il 11 11 rl I « J I I ■ 1 Y I ^ _ | »TpO j l_| V n ^ K|l_ i \|| | I it 1 11| J I T\VtnffITV\lT/1 |)L I I I II 11 U j Kl 1 I I l|||v.A lllll vllllU | j - ] 1 t>; u * * -industry fcUOWS Dig' KdtUmS 10 Local Fanners Residing North of Town. j ! | t - ' , . „ , , f 1 , "'»"dai of this week,>lljert and ^»«Ls B'.izic| brought to market live h, ' a ' 1 tha ««'iKhcd 2170 I £,? nU8 ' T 1 "«"''a"- rraehiug the | L 00 1 " n "" l I !"!' k ' ?'' <l '' ere S( " to the | I iill'll \\ aivhouse for ^ipmeut <»uft4de markets. Tlie j ! Kuz A ,k " s ,M 4 llt th '' |) ' Ir ' i form "" rt h from (iangevlile something over ; ] a year ago txd moved a carload of I If™»»" 1 £>"» their home neat ; *' oison. Mont lins |(KI imund hog , * nnH , »'"«K 1 >t l*re at that time, and ' vas "" <)hll > Improved Chester White l Iu ^faking of this particular hog. Mr ' fated that lie was three | ' vears oI<1 '»* Iul - V - Mo »t"im they sold of his get $4,400 ' vor t h of hogs and since coming her* t, "* v have ""hi $4.!KK) worth of porkers making a total of $8.900 from this one ! i hoK ' This I" would sc^eui very eon ' ( ' I,Lsive that it jiays to raise' ^ <xk1 hogs despite the high priced feed account of his size this heav.' we teht was classed as "roujth" which would lower the price tier pound mater l>esides he was *'docked M 150 pounds, and even then brought $90.00. "T^h** other four were pretty good sized ^P^ciinai»* also and Immght $14.50 am' $15.65 jier hundred. -- away. A slntT'from the first imrst struck him. ®m killed contrai get out of here as soon a s von can" m* cried. The iMnnitai got Imck hut reuhl never tell how. I feel certain that Betterton was no.italic struck A man «if Iron, one who'knew mit the meaning of fear, lie would never have made that statement unless he knew blH ": muiû ' vuu1 ' 1 kU1 hlm Thl " night we fell twek amt «lid not attack again until three days later. I do not k "" w ' »I- '1<K hts ImmIv war ' >V '' r f'T" 1 , H ° ,H e,th< * r ,U ' n(1 - or ' v '«uide*l ami n (.erman primmer. I , i, < ' pe . that **° h **" ,KV " ''I*red hut I f,rm,v lK ' M >' V0 «mt his last words were tn r. 1 ho,,p yo " vrln frw to ask for any other Information 1 may he able »« PB*e you. It is possible that I will l»e home before long. If so I will try awl . 0811 "I»» you. May I extend you Isith a cordial invttatloii to stop at our home should you ever be In St. Maries. AWARD CONTRACT TO BUILD WHITE BIRD-GRANGEVILLE UNK OF HIGHWAY ; wm Re< l uire Expenditures of Over Quarter Million Dollars Grading Let to Hcskins & Co., Culverts and Cement Work to Security Bridge Co., Spokane. 1 : | at of of ! a,ul tlM ' contract for the bridges and rainent work was awarded to the Se curity Bridge company of Spokane, ! over four competitors for $111,846, uiak ! ing a total of over one-quarter of a million dollars whleh will Is* expended 1,1 ti'** building of this link of the north 1(1111 south highway, and is inude |<os slide through the federal and state governments and the districts through "'hich the road will pass, the highway districts being lsmded for that specific purpose, to Secretary of State W. T. Dougherty, who Is also secretary of the highway commission, has made the aunouuce ment that arrangements have lieen Is made for Increased federal aid, so that there are no obstacles In the way of ! The contract for the construction of the Orange ville- White Bird link of the north and south state highway was let by the state highway commission at Boise last Thursday evening, and is conceded to lie the most important and biggest piece of road construction along the route ou tlx- highway in northern Idaho, and will tie of vast inqiortnnce as a factor In opening up the Salmon river country. The grading work was awarded to J. A. Hoskins & Co., of Ontario, Ore., over two eom|M*titors, for $240.250.00, More Federal Aid. he the work lteing started Immediately and keiit up during the winter months. Project No. 6, by which tills link of j tlie highway Is known, is 22 miles long, j The origitgl estimated cost was $250, | (KK), hut owing to the raise in cost of ! laImr and material thés«' ligures had to lie ry vised. The White Bird grade over which all traffic into or out of the great Salni on river country must pass, will lie in 1 overcome in a few miles. According at to the estimates of the engineer us re j i-ently published in the Boise puiiers. the highway will lie so constructed that I "» (lll< ' l ,olllt the Krade it will Is 1 |m>s i sible to liM>k directly down uimui and Y a cress nine different sections of the I road as it winds back and forth elimli ing the grade within the short dls tanee of a half mile. It is to Im* vir i tually a highway, ladder from the Sa lui qn river liasln to the top of the hill. II is one of the most interesting engincer ing protilems in road construction in j the west, The roadbed on the White Bird grade will Im* of standard dimensions, 18 or 2<> feet In width. There will Im* ] nothing shorter than a iMi-font radius curve and tiiere will lg* nothing greater 10 than a live |K*r cent grade. The eleva ti(,n ,,f t,1( ' S||||nn " river where tin* link u,_ ,, _ ... , ... , «'ormer Gnutgevüle Teacher Died at Home of Parants in Alberta. The many friends of Miss (.race Stuckey will he grieved at the sad the | news ,,f her death from Spanish in the | flueuxa, at the home of her parents for wlw reside near Kdiiumton, AlU rta. j Canada, information reaehiim Mrs. Mae McDonald, aunt of the deceased ; Monday of Miss (.race Stuckey was born in ( *rant county. Nebraska, where site , grew to womanhood und received her education. She taught school in her l home state where she also held tlie offiis* of county suiM-rintendeut. She | was a graduate of tlie Peru State Nor mal of Nebraska, f -'»> which place "he received a life certificate. Sh« ffost (nine to Idaho county two years mto und made her home with her grand one ! laârents, Mr. and Mrs. t'hristoiihen t,M ' ' printfai «Ilötric< north of <>iau^Mlle 1 in this county war i the j*an>ste r djHtriet and last year tau, T l , ^ , filth «rade in the / ra,l, fJ* v ^eh<H»ls. she l>et*aiiie a , °! teachers and was 150 ;**,•' Hl * pupils of her i ^ ra< e ' a . ,Hl a 1 | KO , ,n,l<1( ' nmny friends an,< f n * school fiatrims and citizens am' 1 , r s hort stay among us. f sho leaves to mourn her untimelj 1 demise her parents, ami five sisters nnd a brother, all of whom reside in I . x , get in LvnJ.Vin^T :fWHy t m* I ni,illK x >"jr*athy to the Itereaved ftUnlIy MISS STUCKEY SUCCUMBED. IIlTT f nrOTTHJVr PPVTAAl W IB I fC H \| I |V| h \| HI II II f f 1 1 j! â 1 m I All I ITII j ill al 11 H Hi im.rw«aaa VVUVVM , m m mI |l/§||jl( MAMn A V O WW 1 IKn If 1 1 ill 11 A Y I IF I / ' " VMl lllUllI/ll 1 * ULi J* Là Wt* m *a. - I ; j 1 ; N,m »Bat the last threat of the I Simnish influenza bus alwiut «lied «iut j the Grangeville schools will resume w'ork Monday, Decendier 2ml. Both ' ptqiüs and teachers are anxious to lie gin work lM*fore It piles up any higher and it Is realized that It will lie a dif fVhilt task to arrange a scheme for making up" work that will not In ! Crushed rock will he " used for a considerable distance lu sur facing the new road. That the state highway commission . 1ms lieen anxious to get the work start- ' ed has been well known In this section I for some time which was evldemxHl by j private correspondence and from the fact that the call for bids was adver starts Is 1470 and the highway will ] climb to the summit with an elevation . of 4390 feet. Used three times before any satisfac tory offers were made for the contract, due to war conditions. The bids accept ed by the commission Is considered as reasonable. By letting them at this time construction work Is assort'd just as soon as material can Is- moved to ground. $22,00« Per Mile. In the engineer's reiiori It is estimat ed that, in some plaies the construc tion work along the grade will cost Standing timlicr on 1!» acres of land will have to he chain'd $22,IKK) i>er mile. away; a total of 56,(KK) cubic yards of solid reck will 1 m* removed together with 76JKK1 yards of loose riM'k. Will Link Two Sections. a ! The White Bird grade is considered the most difficult on the entire north j anil south highway, and when tinished | will remove one of the worst stumbling i blocks in the jwth of this road which is destined, the engineers believe, to Ik* tlie-Thost celebrated in the entire state. 1 I in the Construction of the north and south highway lias Im*oii urged for years, but it is only within (lie last two or three years that concerted action was taken to get work under way, and for that tlie state highway commission is held to lie entitled to most of the credit, al though a number of local iieopk* and our Commercial club nave had consid erable to do jvitli keeping tlie mutter alive for a considerable (icrloil. Southern Idaho pu|M'rs state (lint con st ruction work Is under way road in Adams and Washington coun ties. When completed there will lie supplied to Idaho the lirst real direct j connecting link between tin' and southern parts of tin* state. Tlie j character of construction work and j surface of the highway will lie suffic ient to stand heavy automobile truck service between tlie north and south parts of the state. In addition to Im' ing a medium for the transportation of freight between the two sections, it is j confidently IteHeved that the road will become one of tlie most iiopular scenic highways in the state, it Isdug possible to reach any point in the south or vice versa, in much shorter time than the places could he reached by railroad. northern ALL RESTRICTIONS REMOVED. Ban Raised Last Sunday by State and County Health Hoards. Th«* flu ban vas lift«>«l in this city last Suadt-y morning and in the after noon tho p.otmv show houso ojhmumI up for htisini'ss for tI*i* first tlino since i lie following dt.y tin* isiol hulls were enjoying a nice business all tlie tables being in use in a couple of i tlie houses end in the evening numerous I game» of solo wen* being enjoyed. I As was announced in last week's is (Ktolier 10. , _ ,, , , , , , sue of th«' <>loli«' tlie cliurclM's <li«l not resume regular services. 1'lie school ! l.oanl decided that it would Im- Is-st not I to ojK'il sc1uk; 1 until 1 Khs'IiiImt 2, and for that reason file church liea.Is reixm ! sidered their announced «leeii'.lon to j im Id set vl«x*s last Sumlay. Kbiewhen* I will l>e found announcement*-, for regu lar service., tin* coining Sunday. ] I I I MOTHER OF MRS. PINE DEAD. Passed Away at Home in De Koto; I lhiughter on Way to liedside. Mrs. J. A. Pice dejiarted on Sunday | morning's train for De Soto, Iowa, near j Des Moines, to Im' at the liedside of her aged mother, who a message stated I was suffering from pneumonia. Mrs. | Pine's father was injured by an auto some time ago, and the arduous duties Involving u|miii her in caring for her | Rev. J. A. Pine received a message | Wednesday ... stating that Mi.. mother had passed .• way TtK'sda.v night siMiuse, brake lier health. - I . convenience some of the pupils. The building has lieen heavily fum ! igatetl and tlie funiaee will Im- kept | hot for a few days liefore sch«M>l iqiens in order that the dampness may Im driven from the walls. Suiieriiiteiident fuse aim«.mires that every ;r.x*cmitii/ii i v Ml 1»* taken to safeguard the health of the pupils. j »16555 ENLISTMENT DATA OF THE COUNTY WANTED Urgent Appeal Sent Out From Adjut ant (ieneral's Office for Needed Information. Another urgeut apjieul for Informa tiou regarding the enlistments from this county have been received from ttie adjutant general's offne at Bolae. by the local draft board. Through the eoltuutiH of the Glotte an apieal was made some time ago and to whleh very little attention was itald, reports on something like a dosen enlistmeats tieing received by the local board.. This inforuiatiou is needed to com plete the statisttoul records of all en listments, ttoth voluntary und by draft in the army, navy and marine corps, so that no sou of Idaho will be over looked. Tlie draft board bas Hent In the names of 339 inducted and 93 eulistetl " ,M ' a 'Ä V o»tlmate<l there are at " pu,ber8 °£ ( o, , u ' E > w * »•*»" ?*** «*"<> . , fa "^ f . n "" " *» i'" * ' P' 1 '"" **" I ^ .(ÎEI j A<lju , alll ^ Moody's l««t<* ^ f<| „ .. For tlu . 1>ur[Mme of koe plng a stat istical record of all enlistments, liotb voluntary and draft In the Army, Navy and Marine corps from your county I am asking you to furnish me, from your records, or from other sources of information at your command, a complete tabulation of such enlist ments, with the dates as nearly as ]m»n silde of the enlistment, und to furnish this office during cadi fifteen day l>cr!od from now until the fifteenth day o 1 »coeinlier, a similar list. "Please do not neglect this as I de sire to make all enlistments from the several counties in the state of Idaho a pari of my biennial ro|iort und do not wish (hat any son of Idaho who ! bus gone to till' colors should Is* over looked in the reisn-t. j "The report of the Adjutant General | this year is intended to lie a statistical i history of daho's activity lu the pres ent war, so that It may go down to 1 sister I tv as a wtrltten evidence« of what our hoys did In the world's crisis. "Kxiierience lias proven that wc have Imm'ii very lax in these matters In the past and every day this office Is asked for Information relative to the Indian wars and to the war with •Spain which il is unable to supply owing to the fact that the records were very imkii'I.v kept ; 1 do not wish the same thing to occur in the future as a result of the negligence iijmiii my I »art. So 1 am asking you, not as a duly alone, hut as a patriotic service, to render me this assislniicc." j j j j PRESIDENT OF TECHNICAL COLLEGE , i-,» m , h( . secretary of the treasury whoever he may Im 1 . will devolve the t«"k «if flnancii.g the nation through ' t,, '' I" * i«« 1 of war t«i iieac*. u hi. li probably will inclu.le at least two mote lils-rtv l.ians uml possibly a I further revision «if th«' system of war taxation. letters lietween President Wilson ! mid McAdoo, ma«le pulilic today with | the annouticemeut of the resignation. give Mr. McAduos reasons for.leav ing the cr.liiiiet solely as a i; -es for replenishing his iiersoiml fortune i anil express the gr< State Commissioner of Educa tion Selects Idaho County Man for Presidency. Norman B. Adklnson lias Imsmi a|» |Hiiute«l president protem of the l«tah«i Toohnh i«! <*ollc»p* i\i j,; ^ ltyati, slat«' cointuissioner of «*d ucalion. So states a telegram received Tuesday from Pocatello, i Tin* presidency of tli«* t«*clinlcal col I fe,, e Wils made vacant hv tli«- sudden I death of President Miles F. which Poe: t.'llo, liy Dr. It«»'« I, The MX'iirred last Thursday. _ |messag«* further »tuteil that tlie appoint ! ment may Im- iMTiii.iiieut at the eoin I ill); »»'ssl.iii of the state Imard of <*«|u ( ntiou ! i* r ,,fe;;s«»r A«lkis«m Is practleallv an j Idaho «uintv pnxluct, and receivecV I bis .-arly educatbm iu the I.khI schools H( . is u K;;1 «ltmt.' of the State Univer ] s 11\ at Moscow and lias s|M*nt a uumls'r I of years in educational work and later years s]ie*'ializlng In chemistry, of I which department iu th«' technical I college h«' wus th«* head. I SECRETARY MoADOO Ql'lTS. | . _ - j Private fortune Impaired, Given as Reason ; Successor Not Chosen. Nov. I | U, T and director general of railroails u,, d often | presidential lMissihllittes of 1920, lias resigned Ids office to return to pri | ' "ÎJ* business. . U, "' Ut l s , * w '*7Ä wl ll * lt 'signati«»n. Mi. McA«1«m» \ ill give ii|> th*- treesury |N>rtfoli<i as s«mmi as a success« r lias Imm'ii sf'lecti*d. ; wishes to j rector general of railroads by Jan 1 uary 1, lull will remain if i in* president ; lias not chosen a successor. Washington, Gtlihs McAdoo. secretary 22—William of tlie treas liscusst'd a.; one of the H< lay down his work as «11 president's deep re losing his son-in-law from his a; j oL'io.al family. NO LIVE STOCK SHOW THIS SEASON ffi Directors Decide Last Thurs day; Influenza Situation Prohibits FOR HUMAN WELFARE Sales of Cattle Arranged, the Hereford Sale Set for Dec. 18 or 19. '1'lie executive conunjlttee of the Northwest Livestock association de cided last Thursday evening to isist IHine this season's exhibition until next year on account of tlie Influenza epi demic that 1ms lieen raging through out the country. The state Imard of health had granted a permit to hold the show provided no indoor meetings were held. The county lion nl of health, consisting of the county com missioners and county health officer decided that the situation was too criti cal to iicrmlt raising the ban In Nez Perce county at this time. The Lewiuton Red Cross chapter and the Lewiston Commercial club lmd made a survey of the' Mil nation and ro|iortod that It la Inadvisable to attempt bolding the show or any public meetings at this time. General regret was expressed that it was nt'ccHsary to abandon bolding the show inasmuch as It represents a great loss to stockmen throughout the country. "Nevertheless," said secretary O. P. Hendershot, "human welfare must lie looked after at this time and we would not think .of holding the show now that it up|icnr» clearly that it would Jeopardize the health of tlie community and those In attendance." The members of the live stock hoard present were President Thomas .1. Wren, D. S. Wallace, U. C. Beach. W. .1. Jordan, Henry Thlessen, Dean K. J. hidings and secretary Hendershot The decision of the hoard was un animous in abandoning the show this year, hilt it was thought possible the sale of live stock might lie arranged for at a later date. OFFICIAL VOTE OF STATE. Nugent's Majority is 97« Over Frank K. Gooding. Boise, Nov. 25.-—Ail constitutional Hmeinlnients, )five in number, wer« ci lea led at tlie last general el "t ton in Dis state while United Sial s Kcm toiH Borah, repuhlii'H'i, and J >lin F. Nugent, democrat, wore reelcctc t <o a lietlier with tin* entire state repiin i« -m ticket. Tills was shown when the vote «'äst was officially canvaMsed by the siat«' IkiumI «if canvassers today, tlie results following; Senator. long term—Borah K., 63,587 ; Mimu'c, T)., 31,018; Borah's majority, 32,569. Short term Nugent, D., 48,467; (■«Milling. It., 47,497; Nugent's major ity, 970. Congressman, first district—French, It., 27,084; Puns'll, D„ 15,072 ; French'* majority, 11,412. Second district— Smith, It., .32,274; JephefM'ii, 1»., 18,827; Smith's majoi ity, 13,347. Justice Supreme «'ourt—Budge, un opiMised, 64,974. Governor—Davis, It.. 57,622; Sam uel». I).. 38,502; Davis' majority, 19,120. Lieutenant Governor—Moore, It., 57.273; Zuck, D„ 38, 502; M.i.ire's majority, 18,771. Secretary of State—Jones, It., 52, 024; Fife, D„ 38.787; Jones' majority, 13,837. State Auditor—Gullet, H., 15,188; Itice, I)., 39,591 ; Gullet's majority, 11,594. Slat«" Treasurer— Eagk'soii, It., 50, 108; Parker. D„ 36.231; Eagleson's majority, 19,377. Attorney General—Black. It., 52, 741; Cummings. D„ 38,201; Black's majority. 14,480. SujM'rintondont of Public Inst na - tion, Miss ltcdfleld, unnpiMiscd, It., 70.287. Mine lns|M'«'tor— Bell, It., 53.255; Smith, D„ 37,841. . The Amendments. ('«mstitutloiuil Amendments No. 1 — Yes. 16.542; No. .36.351. Yes. 17,468; No, 30.787. 147; No, 29,248. No. 36,856. Yes. 12.680; No, 27.250. provided«- as fol No. No. 3—Y< No. 4—Yes. 18.24 No. : The amendment lows : No. 1—A constitutional convention. No. 2—Financial aid to fair aaaocia Mous. No. 3 - AlMilPluuc.it of the office of slate sii|M'rinten<ieut of imltiir Instruis Mol«. No. 4—•Limiting Im>ii«1«hI lndebte«l IK'SS of state. No. 5—Relating to ooo|M'rative as MstiatloiM, The legislature stands: Senate, 29 n-puldiiuus and 12 «h-mis-rats ; lions*' 45 repuldicans and 19 ileunM-rats.