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Hie Grangeville Globe
OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER
VOL. XII, NO. 11
$1.50 THE YEAR
ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO. TIU RSDAY, FEMU'AKY (», HMD
FEW CHANGES
desired by
ASSESSORS
1 was
Mrs.
and
I
r "
I
County Assessors in Annual JÎ;'
Meeting at Boise to Ex
change Ideas.
leW
!'
VALUES NEARLY SAME
f

will
Horses and Sheep Drop Slight
ly; Assessment on Bees
Raised $1 a Stand.
County Assessor Galvin Haaelbr.kcr
returned Inst. Thursday evening from
Boise where he had been in attendance a
at the annual meeting of the assessors
of the state of Idaho. Mr. Hazelbaker
has stated that the deliberations of tin- "m
fathering will result in a very few 'dit
changes from the hash; of assessment
of last year. , . ,
After decision on the desired change
boil been reached by the assessors, on
call of the governor they met with the
•qur.lizutlon and dis
state board of
cussed taxi tlon problems. The various
of taxable pr,q»erty r::id tin
classes
standards to be followed in bringing
alimit as nearly a uniform assessment
as possible were given
The annual meet in- nlloxvs an ex
of views fron the
nsiderut ion.
iks, 'SS, q-s
change
and uniformity in assessment in the
various counties is worked out, which
will do away with much confusion.
A resolution opposing the biennial
plan of assessment as proposed in ivml
ing legislation was ad q,ted. opposi
tion was also expressed to the J>r"F-<d
bill which would place hack on tho
sensors the collection of personal prop
arty taxes, tiiis collection now being
made by the county treasurer -
present law has lxx-.i in effect lw
years and seems to be w, rking out in
a satisfactory manner.
A resolution was also adopted, by the
assessors recommending to the legisla
ture that caution be exercised in any
change of the revenue and taxation
laws, as the existing system was xx »rk
ing xx-ell and that any
1 h> made only after thorough inquiry
into the subject.
Following is a sur.imrry of the act;.."
taken as to changes to be made in valu
atiotis :
Cattle valuations will remain mu- b
til, 1 same as last year, mileh eovs x. .11
The
et anges should
.
rank from $-1(1 to $f.">. eomnion ealtle
at $30, yearlings at $15 and grade bull-
mill beef cattle at $50. The assessment
,'f all pure!».ed stock, cattle ns xvell a,
other stock, will be left to the discre
tion ef the assessors.
Horses dropiK'd'a trifle, eomnion be
Ing from $30 to $75, anil grade from
$75 up. llogs remain at (> cents a •
lKittinl, anything under -in iwunds not
I
ls'ing assessed.
Khts'ii took a drop of $ii In assessed
valuation, the price decided upon being
$<1 for
common and $10 for graded
stock. A motion was m»,ie to .in-ren-e
the rate on Ives from $3 stand t
it stand, but this x-.as finally rethieed
to $3, making an in,'reuse of $1 over
last year's rate.
As to himlvr and standing timber, a
motion was made to jiertnlt assessor
of those counties having s|v,'ial inter
ests in hnnlvi" and timber to de, -id,
those rates out separately.
All of the forty-nine counties were
represent,',', by their assess, rs except
$:,
ill« three.
IMIN FISHKK RKTl RNING.
-
Message Received This Week Slates
He Will He Returned 1 Ionic.
A message revived early tills
stilt ing that Sgt. Don ,Fisher.
Billett and Ilarv "\" Vaughan, in ember
"f former Company K of this place, had
arrived safely sit Newport New-, ha
'"•en followed îif» J,y messages both n
Mr-, s c Fisher ami Mr- .losephii
hi'"'" Mr-. Fislior \'ns informed ilia"
B".
«HT
soil xvas eoUling st rai'glvt lioine t' 1 '"!:
'i'xvport News, and it i- lielieved I'
'H" lion," folks t liât bo is on Id- w ay a
the pre-cut I itne. He lias given out n
ntfartnati,
ni)
•n ns to whuthor lu v i w
ni riotiu]i or 1 1 : » - Ymm *n «lisrliiirtr»Ml.
Ha r\v\
Vaughan's î<
''""lier. Mrs liiee. stat"d that they left
!' I'lunv
"ii January 17 and arrived a"
"l'oit News on Februarx 3 He was
''■'ding tine and
' Ill'll» Is'XX is
imssildy
No
bo sold t.
"X|M',-ted I
Bov
Gillette will
soon,
accompany them.
BASKET It All
ad,' -
A I'limg,anents
lik'h the local l.askel bail leam
Iving
m;
are now
in
xx
xvill
hlisky,
nggregution on the local tl
«'ivs evening, at K;15 o'clock.
' "itii,-tillics arising in getting tlie
" r 'he school
Vet 1 m
tit.
. .
"met for the season ,
undefeated Fottonxx
I viler.
I
! I »XX !
Va len
nr.
H
gytu. the local lad- bav
I'n unable to get in much prio
... e at last got the "ball a,
mug" and exjieet to tt-ini them as In
«lays of „id.
T| m CoxvlHiy band will prolmblv giv,
" local hoys a hearty send,iff before
x .".* I ''anie by a few selections on Main
•I't- As this ia the first game of tla
is <ni a larjjo ctowcI is oxfKM*tnl. IMau
;• */«• there „ml strain a few vocal «-or,Is
l ,. P ' > " J «' boys to xvill. Admission
'he game will be 25 cents.
'•ut ha\"
s
ENTERTAINED VI
Mi's Bert Baker entertained quite
-imulH-1- of her la.lv friends this we
at whirl. -jott" -
h 'I U'-sday evening :
" 1 in high honor» '
".'»(Ml".
nes 'd' pari h>
tlie feature i
\ s W right
Mrs \v \v p.
as awarded
lelieious !
'by prize, after whirl.
f'-t shll.el.ts W.
The.
■ pres I
1 "'ere: Mrs. .1 .1. l.anmi. Mrs. M I!
Badger, ». Mrs. Bert l'eatson Mrs
Safely, Mrs. \v
.1 <
W Brown. Mrs. lid
niinids.,1. and Mr
»II
• >n Wednesday afternoon the honors
were best,,
I u ] to 11 Mrs. A. . 1 , Mange
»lat ion uftVriui:
( thi* (MViisi.in tin fol
t,, Mi
lan.,ers.
i.lg
present; Mrs.
Swank. Mrs. Madison Mvcrs Mr-I 1 A
Wright Mrs A, . 1 . M.-nigg. Mr-. ,lnhi
Kiumrs. Mr
wen
tien. Kimers
and Mrs
arson.
d
Hrang, -ville
brother
a ,
SON Ol FRANK TAYLOR 1>K Ml.
do Tay lor, son
tlie White Bird
I .
of Frank Taylor
lion, who pa
away al Weiser some three wiv-ks
- buried at Freedom, tomorrow.
Be, Father Fholan. of
'atholie
Tlie
F.verett.
ago.
will
church, officiating,
young man with he
attending
school
as
Weiser and both In,.vs were afflicted
with lia- influenza al tlie same time
IIov.de was iiuaiile to respond t• • trout
ment and passed away, and for quite
tune d was r,ol though! that Fverett
could survive. Tlie remains of Howie
"ere held at Weiser until r change for
"m better took place in Kxcretts
ion, when they were slupiad to
1'itnie.
eon
the
STITES FOLKS
BOOSTING
FOR LINK
Dvsire Everyone to Co Opera U
, nprlnrp Actual Work
ana declare iiCUiai W01K
Keinb highway
consideration
h-m-d to in Mi Allen - let i » • e regard n
tlie proposed link, a committee was ap
mfer with tlie ,-ounty
T'-e commit
WiH Soon Start.
AI a meeting called fo; the pur)
i for good roads and to
of / rganizal i,
fun-ish information and data
Kngqieer AI lei in i-oiiiie-tioii with a
link
to
tin
North and
meeting
road ,-,
Lew is
i I It Hu
is highway, after lettri - had '
H. Al. William- from State
Allen, and from Senator N. B
Feüiboiie. asking f,.r lid- informal ion.
la
•i veil bx
iv,
an..
aceol tplished I, y
( »rgiini'/.atio:
naming H M. William-.
F. F.
w as
•hairiiian. and
after due
'clary.
am!
f the subject matter re
mi — a- er- at
Phillip.-.
llarpster
if the
t,-i,-t. from Flearwaier.
I » s - was given
propin it ion
vn,inissioiM*rs agree,'.,, g to assist
»ssiliie I" the end that Ibis
link should be eoll
e, UO
iMiilltod ti
H Farris, ehairumii
and
xvitli favor, the
in
a posiioi.
• rangerille.
tee that ap|H*aiv,l before ttie !i"."ii"d li"io
eiuiii"is",l of tlie follow ing
1 .1. W.
SI iles xi as
F. I !. F)lis. M F. st recket" e
.lames Snrridge
from
and
end B.
t 'leitrxx ater
dis
Highway
Tiiis eumniit
•iilisideral i."
the
'very
in, I
exvry way j»
v . imper, am
st meted and designait-d ,1 s
h,vali'd
Being
state highway
>11 tho III".'t JU'aeHeal t»
M III,
>ute and Iving
( I ranger ill-;- t" a
mter
able !
. .Seiitb Fork "f Hie FJear
llarpster, and
■ontioet
water river at or
t inii bold said w at m"
with the Lewis lia!
..kia- seemed
pl*t)\ ;. I of all.
After tlie meeting of thi
w it ii Hie Iv: I'd of '""iiiil.v
tje to
"lark highway at
ie meet w it ti Hie a.n
. eoinmittes"
n illllll issioll
va- forwarded t
el", the del
. el" Alle;., and the -cavlary
'ixvd I lie following 1
"Pi "H
, ate Hug:
letter
I, - suav I"
- , \l Ail - i
p I

.
ro.nl :
iin 1" rtsi:-t . ,
■ I; ij-e, I dr. h». 3 1 <- 1
il M
Dear Sir:
SI ill- -. I '""li"
,f Die 1 till ii."
Wilbams.
lia x e yours
,..,a
ln-rliv.a>
. K — !-i
Stale
g,'Ville i\m
ling link tiii ■ 1). • ment,
ai i;' tlie liigltw, 1 ,
III" i r, je,"l
As a
,i a
1 bolievi
ie-s inter,'sl
J tin ')»*'!• spirit
lia
-l.ox
in
■oi mi
. aa- km w n I-- :
qjnP
1
el 1 'll
• v, e
.1 inf« 1 iii.
I ii.'il lir
-l ili'G li ••;
. \ Mi
(tf III«
*( I
X I'll
llarpster
y- ! D I « 'IJM ) • t
■ x . I Hid i
• •!
!
ing for
,-onmiittee
I
U- de I
■X. ; 1er.
St it,-.
„ad tbo entire farm
aid Grangeville.
a e. liieb v. ,,l b "
niant link
mil
Hie ' '.'I 11 '-'! t il I
very
may ' "m
li k ei r
\\ •
a reality
ail that weal I 1..
, ,|e 1 , a x cling pull
di • and xvitli
• Vi giii' vr. xvitli
-ti;ig 'bim in
v U! only !„'
actual work
liver- body
informa
: m
nimli imi« rtame 1 ,
as this link weiild be. Id Ha .
' r I en- t (t Kl r SDiDC. D.i'l XNlf
" l,,;; :...-. , f ,-ver.-,. n «ni . y
lie 1
Hi. i ■ titit l tills »nr
AH eft', its of
favor
. 1
Ills
.
) v> D>< -> "•
,
I Senator Felt " j(
J matt, t. , ** * .. '
sh; 1 " ^ 1 .,. IIlim .,„v.
ibi-i"-c ' ,., l(1 „ml any
1 ,M Vi. will he ai*iD*«»(
] ..
- , k - V F K
„ ill be m.".''
on: m it t e
ex
■ been met wit
lei ura.
x -.-v ,
ef tl.' stale
.- as
■kited,
Im' bad
. Kl lis.
FOUGHT LIKE AMERICANS;
LIKE SOLDIERS THEY FELL
«
Memorial Service at I. 0. 0. F. Hall Sunday Afternoon Attract
ed a Crowded House, With Citizens From Miles
Around in Attendance.
t crowds that lias front
une of the le.rgt
assembled here for a long tieriod ga
ll,cm,I at the I u u F rqtera house are
last Sunday afternoon to honor the -i
memory of the twenty young men of Unit
Idaho comity who made the supreme 1
sacrifice for'their country in the great for
world's war Not all of the twenty died on
on the held of battle, but tile servies' with
was arranged for those who died lit the
service front sieknes- and accident as I
well.
f the ser
work well, nie
decorated with
and
The commit!,' in charge
vice had done their
stage was tastefully
American (lags, hunting.
Hags, appropriately net oil' with potted ,
plants,
Allied her
■ortain of tlie stage Iho Hie
< III till' back
f tlie young martyrs appeared
which tlie s] »eaUers die
net
liallies
on large posters, I
tri mi time to time referred.
Besides the speakers the stage was
lia I i-nia a of tlie com
adult doublt
quartet composed of U F. Fulton, A
t it, ahn. M I.. Avers. 11. Taylor. Mrs
1 Is 11 aba ugh. Mis- I trunks. Miss Laurie
occupied by the
it»itt,i-. ,1 .1
I'ulse. «a
a double quartet
made up from the school mates ok _
limber of the hoys whose names ale
pea red on the roll of honor, as follows ;
Kabul, Willard
Basil. Millard Heath. Fsllier Teicher
Velma Frizzell. Marjorie , irimih and
Naomi Manring.
'The program w
the invocation by
I selection by tho doable quartet
The speakers were M. Boose Hattu
bnugh. I at tier l'lielan and Bey . 1 . A
Fine, whose remarks wer,
with selections by the quartets, with
Mrs. Chester Arnold as aeeonqwnist.
Below w, give a synopsis of the re
marks of n.o speakers in the order in
x hi,-Ii tin.' appeared on the program :
. ml Mis- t't irk. and
f a
I iardw iek Hanson. Le
g
Knox and
I
i.
• inlorspursofl
' • M
•i*iî witii . l
■ < innih*'»
\V. N
ei
t
a
to
a
AL R. Ilalt.ihatigh.
M !. I lattMoaugii sa i t in part :
\! lia: i.thun-ii was the first s|x«il;- ''
and pr,--, mied Hie thought that the ''
n-ld could no
v. as the moral force of
sii.eiq e ain: t rituiiph i ! e-nx ietions I■ ■ i
ing the
great t
B
r.
illn-i raie I
speaker
t he
the doxxnfall of various ruler
a railed Hint Hie Herman militai..
meet tlie same fate
a tribute to tho valor of the
Idaho e,unity boys who had fallen in
battm. or win, had died of wounds or
This id
y
fr,
and
11
I" x, a
re- I
lie paid
win
He stated
from disease be liumaraty.
that it v as pie,-ing to note that when
the hiekbui.e of Germany was broken
day preceding tlie armistice
estent men played tlie most
laut )*irt, and pirtieularl-y H.e .. of
The sjieakor stated
that our boy- would have died in vain
if the tlioughtfnl men ami women of
the tlie hour did sot bend every energy f.
in direct and control the mi guided |nnpb'
were agitators, who were spread
ing Bolshevism ami kindred ideas
i.'.nieh if iineheeked in America
ruin. lie argued, however, it
zild Iv cheeked.
:
W.
till the
gal
tbal
ni-t dixi ion
tl
would
im-aii
Falher ITielan.
. ,
"Me are here today in memory
Hies,-, wlm in the critical hour "f tlieir
eoniltry s need, responded to their ,'otlll
\x 1 1 y
die.' And to ,1 '
our honor,'d dead
l.x ing in Flanders
our minds to g
at
try's rail. 'Tiiotr s not to re,as
I heir's hut to do oi
a.n
inI'Tial justiiv
wlio-e bodies are
tields. xv, must allow
back t" Hint great historic day in April,
when tiii- mighty republic dr
t
t
B' 17 .
1 "
-'hi i ed xvar on , lerman ant,
He did we think mi tliat eventful day
i "racy
,.
lie,! Hie cause of liberty. Hi«' eaiiso
I instfee. the cause of demoerae.v.
m lie t riumtihant. To xx lia t. thou, i
M
"Hid
,_r du,' tiiis sudden and Hiiex|«"eled victory
oil tile battlefields of Ktiropo? ll is dm
the
t' j 11 s I i , '
n, Hm muai
heurts of tlie American |voplc; t.
great spirit
devotion to
sons,'
lia ll"
of -aeririeo. and ab.-olui
the Mag of America, win r
I! i- duo to H,o 1 1 i.: 1
,1 : m - inspiration tliat the sou»
may lb at.
am
,,f ,'ohuabla it,fused into Ibe allied 11 a
• awful days of
id 1 .- "f Hlllepe in Hu
BUT and Fils.
I!
III«
t<
ii'ii''D'i'':'l '«'f
willingly "«'in f,,lUl )
ill, a sia le 111 their eyes and eourage ;
:i " 11 «"•*' "'jis
gaping jaws of dealb min 111, ,
mouth "I hell, and bravely sealed wi ll
!"'" • litv-ld. H.eir loyalty. Hi,dr de- ,
,Il " lr I'" 1 ''I" 1 ! SI " •' "!"»•;
\<'s. Amcricrt j
Sühlil*!'
' ill- • > *( •
»tir
\ • > 1 ! ;
JIK'll.
... nul friends and
la
: a
cry
■ lion, and
and its eailse.
link
y
I-oil 11
crossed tile i
of l-.ur"|H*.
•ne lier mot lier from titrai- j
sa vo civilization.
tlie daughter
ocean to re
as
pull- -I"»'- '<"d '
••And Ha- world today
1 for America and lier heroes, both
living am! dead. The great war lias
erystalized some grand truths and one
of these is that there is a
divisible America. < >11 the l'aeitic
xvitli - among these Rocky mountains, in tlie
xvitli ! tiirifing. throbbing middle west, in
tin- i Bopubliean l'ennsylvania. in Deims-rat
a io Texas, in populous New York, out
on ; tier,• in agricultural Idalio. the |voplt
i- are true to tlie spirit of Washington, b
tin- Declaration of Inileiiendence, and
ft-repented slogan, 'Tlie world
made safe for democracy.
.
'l
>-•
is thanking
»nr
the
a and in
I-, 'list
and to the
by must be
ailed to tin
Tbal was the slogan that
your
word
was
you
pride
heart
be
man
He
be
it
fend
right
yes,
him,
and
forth
Ml
and
front all the elements of this great
wonderland, and tl.al is why yon and I
are here today, itaying a trilmte of re
-i
Unit we may live
1 "The laurels in this war are not all
for the men w ho w ear badges of honor
on their sleeves, or for tt.e veterans
with distinguished crosses on their
breasls, or for those wito sleep in
I ranee today, no. for we who know the
heart of a mother know that in all the
world there is no more heroic, no more
beautiful, nor wonderful exposition of
loyalty than the mother who subdues
our at,sent heroes, win, fought
flesh
■t t
, gives
her mother love to love of country, and
her son to la-r country's call
When tlie call eaiue you sent your boys,
Hie bravest and tx-st, to conquer or die
•miquer for Hod and country t<
No, wo do
die for justice and 1 i 1 « ■ c t y .
net forget nor
glorious women who rose like the
nmids of Saragossa. ,.r the mothers of 1
^l'artu. and conjured men whom they! Ill
k-ved belter than life, but les- than
honor, to leave them to ixiverty aim
'l»-.'.' and s|x-ed to the front and
ildier's death If need be under the
c forget those
eau
-end
:
-acred shadow s
"Long, long ago. on the rugged hills
,f our Stars and Bar»
f Falvtu:-. the first Mother and t lu
mother of all of us. gazed for tllic,
if the Cross
long hours at tho foot
it ho
1 the vraeilixinii of bel I
For many xveoks, ay ,' for j
uiontbs. our American mol her-|
gazed in u-r distumv at anothw er,,ss.
and waited xvitli bated breath for the j
I ata I telegram, or -canning with agon
i. ing eyes n,,' roil of honor of . ur hot,
,|V 'l *1. «* il lu'r I*< »> IddI Imhmi
Ml
' • M 11 \ Soil
. l I * 111 \
ei ueilied as other bra ve hoys have t
t ratislixod
the barn door- of
oil
No.
forget
• 111 ,
we ,-annot
giuiii.
o|,e next morn with ilix-ad. fearing to j
mes' names as they
j Hu
'And whenever and wherever ! see j a,
a mother xxitli that pure white hand'and.
lier forehead, and Hie lib-xl-rciI f.i
•Oiigti sleepless nights and
win
'opt t
-ee their loved
aliped I lie lists of lieg, I
''
''
i
eross emblazoned thereon. 1 am remind
oil Hint the olood of I'alvury lu,s not ;
vain, And xxe knew from ail
the very heginning that il would he ! it
tHuiiiplinnt over the foulest xvi-ong ,-xei 1
inflii ied, and over tin bloodiest xvar I cut
el'er staged wiiliiu tile Memory of rri.in. |
Aml looking to,lay Into Hi - !';
bearers I see tin- -nine kindly -mile
as of yore, only some Oh. Iioxv sadden
ed! And I larnv tbi-.x have -l
the heights of -a- I'iliee. and that bx II,
been slid i
I
,
mei I lie
I
... ,
angiiisl ol \ er, run. by the blood of to
Viuiy Ridge, tlie Battle , f the Marne
She tm,t.nei's of America were Ix-hiiid I
tlieir boys on the l.iooibst.": mod tields ,,i
Trance.
"Heroes, wily
says, 'why ttiiurn H,e asl.es of the half
forgotten dead, ami p,uv
musty pages of the storied past, fo
names to glorify?' If y
heroes grander, masters more noble
and rvilints of more sanctity tb in Ben
bens over painted, or immortal Homer
is'vr sang, seek not in the musty tollies
of history, but in the hearts and homes
of the self saerili,-ing wives and moth
ers of tiiis republic, the greatest
ever gleamed on Hie skeleton I. und
11 time.
es of
of
of
it
viel, r;iled write) i
T 111 , of
"Mothers of Idaho comity, weep not \ i<•
today fur ymir boy-, for they. too. were \
Americans, ami like Americans they ] i;
fought, like soldiers tlie.v fell. Weep ! I,,
il.ii ! m>
as a
• ••niai Mud
that I ta
y
'
not for your
splendid niunlmod. lighting shoulder to ;
Shoulder xvitli III," allied heroes of tie !
world, they have won immortal glory, j
Their victories are eherislied In every]
nation of the World, for now it meaa
"
,. that liirils will sing again in Flamiei -
.Molds, and little eliildiea play, ami tile
Maim* aga';n xxitli the rekindled;
emivrs of loci' ami happiness. \V<
know their victory is the rm*st moment
uns victory that luinutnitv ever
I,rated in song or story. AVeep not for
i
soles
the
t
it' iu-tie"
I Vile, • that lienee
Ft »it h I Ik* si rnnir üGtioi.s «UM not
t ntiiijilD niititT f«n»t (lu* Wi-iik. that lust i
of jut w t * i' *i 1111 ) < i i't *a i u s of umlil «loiiiiii ^
i««n I»\ fin* -»w onl shall n»' uu»r<* <h
ivl,
ll"
yell I" I "iX s. I
U u-e "f I lleir blood I lie
iablisad
tune e
fhrougii an cm11,
reign
a
r
1
a
of
YMstut«* this cni'llt. * * r 11 * »1 •( I Hu* wtrl'i
witii I > 1 « h m I ujitl t « * « 1 rs. Tli:s,. d r* ill ' 1
ideals for wlmi, .-. 1 , 1 ,
) xviiere in ages past have struggled ami
; f , aHll »,„. M,,n '. ..
"'jis 1 rue. are shadowed bx -adm- ami
111, , ), liU |„
ll i .. nls( . u| „, xxiil 1.•eturi, gav
de- , |h| . ir liv ,. s ef .-..„„m
"!"»•; huinaulD and justuv.
j
-,
mat
I» "
.
■rviiv flag may fade from
not from the memory of 1
remain, and it should be I
memory in
give the assurance
that, tiiis monument will never die
>0 gm- the a-surainv that their names ,
»ill Iv cherished with affect Ion and ,
honor, (in the pages of Instory they
will s|,read an imiierisbabl,- bistre,
and tlieir Ue«*ds and bravery held in |
lientHl let ion by liberty loving l*s,ple
in tins hour of j,,y and sorrow mil j
'ii-rnal gratitude - out to 'h** 1 »' j
heroes Who loved liberty belter than j
".'" I " l "' s ''*'1 '
°„ *««»•* »* , ' t, * niul , a ' u ' ,i,ur Kr, ""'d I
"( nir
tile i
j
lias
one
tlie
in
out
b
and
ox, but
those xx bo
nir hearts and P
in
Tlieir lonely tents are spread.
And glory guards xvitli solemn routai !
tin
äääk.'x
an- pillowed on the fid,I of honor *
"'Tslmn t hue ago the mantle of «a,
\va> pm into their hands They tool.
it up and carried it amid the din and
crash of battle. They bore it aloft
under the protect tine aegis of their
star-g, mined banner, whose bright Uli
sullied folds have never yet been
wrinkled, and to their everlasting
honor be it said, it did not bite the dust
in their manly hands.
"Mothers of Idaho county, we know
you are grieving today over the sot
rows that have befallen you May
venture into the sacred precincts of
your sorrowful sanctuaries to suy n
word of sympathy and comfort?
was your boy, the boy reartHl. the boy
you loved, the bone of your bone, the
your flesh. lie was your
pride and your joy. the idol of your
heart Hut your desire was that when
be grew up you wanted him to be a
man a manly man, true and fearless.
He was; be heard his country's nail;
be counted not bis own mV. but offered
it mi on the altar of ins country to tie
fend the weak from the strong, the
right from the wrong Weep for him
yes, hut do not forget to he proutl of
him, for lie is a martyr to his country
and a soldier to his tiod. lit* went
forth an America ii hoy from Idaho
comity, your boy, to fight for the lilt
Ml y and |ieuee of lilt* world, lie fought
and conquered. Aon sent him, there
(Fontinucl on l'age 5)
1
11 ,
flesh of
,1
a
si
______ _ _ __ _ - « T
of 1 I'll/ I) Il I ll/I A |l V
Ill M UV I |\ I IVI L& |\ 1
HL »I 1 Illifli 111 A
f* y nil
V I lyl iß I I L V
MATTERS
lu
I
for j
the j Each Party Will Act Inde
, _ ,• »
pendently; Convention for
State Candidates.
Ml
\s ■■(•ceutly
to j loreonsted Idaho is in line for a new
direct primary law . it xvill not disturb
j Hu- fundamental principle of popular
see j a, t ion but xvill simplify tlie procedure
hand'and. il is believed, result in more sttl ls
f.i -I, rv ebx-tion of candidates and ill
Feb..'!
Idaho.
not ; Tlie nexy measure lias general approx
ail , f Beptiblseans and 1 letnoi-rats alike,
he ! it being recognized,
1 Hiei'e is a popular feling that tlie pres
xvar I cut primary is uuxvieldly and totally
| misa Hst'aetory and that the public de
II,
they de, -laiv, that
mnmls a change.
The proposed law provides for county
1 , , ■ - .. i
pnuiai ies ;:t xvi.jeh count", tickets xx.il
, i , ..
I lie named bx t be various parties. At
, , ... , .
I be - 1 me t une dele -"".t, xx ill he named
, , , ,,
of to eonnly convent ions of the parties
licit will name deleg tes to tile state
I eotixcnt',ms.
,,i !!a,*b party
ea-t at the pr
fo
independently and
lias its iixvn organization, and a party
i designated as qi organization having
•lections for
111 , of it- euiuUdate- 10 I « -r rent of the en
tir»" x,u, east for all e. n,Udati's for
fliai partii-ular , lliee. An affiliation <>1
vet, i . to the number of 5 per cent
tlie total vote east at the preceding gen
etui election also gives party standing.
Imi»"|K i iideet ticket- may lie na.imsi by
IK'tiîion. 300 in.nil fide eifs-tors lieiug
liNpiii-ed for si,oe or feilet a 1 positions
« list eii-t. .'loo for eotinty arid 30
•in,-I.
Provisions an- also uu
not \ i<• 1 11:■ 1 c\pe;
were \ ecuneutbui i'lu pr<
they ] i;
Weep ! I,, any lid,-rest ore. • didate ami s
il.ii ! m> • !• .(ruble man can ivfi e to go as a
-, of bis ita bilily- to pay
tlie state
IV. ling
Mud
"
i
it
that I ta mi f ,r
I,- for puying
state
ilal,'gates t
•s of
ii,,1 1 is made s
iloigat ions
lei,'..-ale need be ll.nl, r
t ha t
to ; del"...,to I, ■
tie ! tlie expri -,-.
j ei.nv,ait ion of his p; "ly.
every] -o
■ r H.e trip
to
TIILISSK.N ADDS TO IIKKI).
-
tile
\V<
for
Swenlivater Hr, 'der of Whitefaccs 1
Secures Animal in Kansas City.
Henry Tlmi-seu of
t unie, I a few days ,■
Fil l wliei e be pur, based a fine H ■
ilf wliieb lie exjuets to place a
Ik'" head of Ii is- herd The animal i
1 ' ""«* 1 ■ T ' b n
not *»' ' rnUn, .'- v ' S,,MÎ
lust i î m ■ i s it well into ti\D fi^uro.s, status
^ :,rr > 1
<h 1
II!« *î ! ! Ils ■ *îl I .. .i ',1 w. l'_
S .v**ft water.
.o from Kails, i
re
ivl,
ford
lie
mst Mr
d ". of Ne/ .. win, i
Thu i-.-ilf
is i «Mir»
m l hrethur Anlnmn*. ji
,( i H i j
i>
wtrl'i
ill ' 1
ami
ami
gav
He is
-, Hereford bull that -
be ,
for
g., ltd
- ..il L: ."■■ !
-bow Dll 7 .
Mr. Thei
■I. i.as an enviable reeonl
I» " - hr, - -Ier ,.f pni'i bred Her,"fords and
purchase ui" ;!,'-. animal demon
II," fact Hi:'t 11,.tiling luit Hi
. Ibe
strate
best will suffice to tiead liis lierd.
from
of 1
be I
in
Camus Frairie bidding last
die in regular session. The usual
names , jiiiotment of monthly hills were acted
and , I)M1|1 as uas ,,] M , r , , u t iu<- lai-i
they Ia . ss
bistre, sin.-e d,,. destruction of the ,-itx liait
in | )V (-j,.,, s( . vi 'ral niontlis ago tlie council
l*s,ple |,' us | aHM1 e,„„ 1M ,|i ( ,,| t<1 UK ,,. t j It
mil j .|,,,.]o s ,.ffi, V- llu ,l tlie matter of so
'h** 1 »' j curing a suitable place for the triuisae
than j ti , m ,, f tht . ,. itv ' s husilmss was given
discussion. Among the locations eon
""'d I ..ted is the brick building next to the
<Tty Bakery, which, it is stated can in
(Ol M II. MEETING MONDAY.
rile metniters of the city council met
at tiie clerk's office in tlie Bank of
Monday
routai ! purchased very reasonably.
FOR UNIFORM
* v»»
MCM AD 1 \\
IVI 14 l||| IK I II I
HLJLllI 1 \J IVIiXIlLJ
T%T fl TD A HPI'*
| M W I A | L
I 111 I U I f 1
11 * U A*» A AA
n
a
, ,
Ex- Governor and Former Ad
i u tant General Stil Under
J
Fire;Other Matters,
of
House Representatives Would
Set Aside $50,000 for
That Purpose.
LEGISLATIVE DOINGS
,1
House Bill No. IF», li:tr, dueoil by 3d
luemliei :
a healthy i. terest io al!
si ate.
tlon of uniform state tnonumeuts I i
•mint y of Hie state in honor of
those soldiers wllo gave their lives I >
o'' that assembly, is creating
•et ions of t lie
ides for tin- ere
Fh, bill pr
■a ell
T
their country.
There is absolute i annimity in the
legislature on the subject of a memor
ial for Idaho's soldiers, dead and liv
reeinent, however
There i- a ,1b
iug.
as to the form of the inemorial.
The house has passed the bill ap
propriai Ing Itötl.IMM) to be dix i ! e d aille, g
the eoiuilics about $I«MH> eaeli -pro
viding each county puts up as nun it
as il re,-elves for a memorial.
It is contended by some that Ilex
money will lie frit tend away without
memorials of altrnelivone - and of an
enduring nature being procured
These argue there should be a eon
tralized effort on a few dignified me
morial- in general subdivisions of Ha
state instead of application of effort
and money to a lot of small statues and
t ablet s.
The provisions of the law follow:
"That tin re is hereby created a com
mission, to consist of three persons, to
be uppointel by tlie governor with i
new
ls
ill
dll days after tlie close of the present
of the
legis lat are.
said coin
i-ssi, m
I,, :-, eeive no eonuieiisatioii for
their services, but slmi! I"- allowed ve
imbqrseiuenl f, r Hiep- t
l i ases while performing tlieir duties
lint not to exi-ix d $500 to each of said
ei inn i-si on, rs. , a ill , -oin in lou to meet
oo days after tlieir appointment :0
Boise, Idaho, and detennit ,s the kind
• •liarm-ter. ,|<—Ur'i am! style , f nienioi'! I
to be ereeti d at t lie c unt y - eat of
•essary ,
1
pres
de
that
■a li
e, unity in the state of Idalio, to tho
memory of deceased
, . ..
i and luariues who lost their live« in tue
xx.il w
.. late war xvi'li (iermany and her allies,
At ... . . , ,,
. Said eemmtssioll to have full poxxer
. . , ,, , .
ami authority to dote "mine the kind,
, , . .. , . ,
state ' 1,1 '" ' ' ' 1 ' '' '" ' " ' '' "
- oldiers, sail'
n.orial to be nn.de for end in behalf "f
the eitiz/en, of this state ate! for t'
and
party
en
for
<>1
gen
by
lieiug
30
a
pay
state
purpose there is hereby appropriated
out ,.f any moneys In tlie si te t roasttr
not i >ther, i-e aiipropriated. Hie - inn of
SäO.iHHl. for the pur|Hise ef e.i rry ing info
-tv,'el the provi-ions . f Hd
M"
Counties to Co 511-511.
"That eaeli count.' in the -lato of
Idaho shall lie entitled t" ... front
tli" state of Idaho, for Hi * ,'ivetion of
such memorial, the sum of $ 1 h t)
whi'iii'Vi'i" the e, unly eoinmissieuers of
said eoiinty shall appropriate at lea l
" SJOIHI to l,o li-ed xvitli Hie imu'.ey grant
, d I'.x tin -late of fdull , for the or,
tion of said memor.-ii. Fach memorial
ere, tod w:it!i state aid lieroiiilM'fme
i provided for shall lie lb" , haracter
design and stylo decide,! uoen by ÎI -
said commission. Ami in addition ;■>
I In* appropritHoii of at I- 1 $l(i(in t ,
!„■ niado by each county desiring! to r
i-eivo Hie mihi i f $1(1,10 from tho state
of Idaho. Hie aid county '".mini--k.
e;-s of -aid eout ty must provide a sn'"
able locali-,11 r..i ; the e,
memorial, and als,, -uhmit t , -aid e,.i
it
state
s
ions
ha t
rnis-ion Hie ],lans am! «|„ lieelinn- I
1 ils f»r<■[ • I mot.. -rix ; g full d
t.dl. am! m, pottion ,,f Hie sum lieivi
I'onriqiriated slmi! bo juiid lo air, eotni
-ball ilifx-' |o H e

a
i- :
status
i
re
t y unt
Immission hoi , in
al least SIiiimi lia
.1 is available for the , •
am
provided.
1
act,
Mr
- - -eiljeati,-I-- I
id oomiais
"All eonid it
" „ 1 , tin* (i.-ts-a
• a ! to mail 1 belli " I '. es of "
Hie
i
shall t
! \ « ■ I !
» ,S < I »
ji
i j
■ (Is > 1 1 ; 1J !
rein.-' in
Cel- ef tilt*
in the
- ; a ' e
reeonl
and
demon
Hi
(Tick F. I! is Killed.
- lie II. -I III I ell,-- ; in,-- - : : 1 ! •■•>'
Bit! No ;>-. bx Bepr. -
. i; : c.i killed
f i'- . nth- - after it
•oMniemlod tin - "it do not
Tbo men inv sought to aniend
,,' Niels,,
e -Hot
usual "Any pe.son who shall 1 ink»* or draw
acted "«* utter or deliver any cheek, draft or
lai-i order for tile payment ,-f moneys h|mui
any hank or other dot« aitory, who has
liait not sufficient funds in or credit with
council sneli bank or »Hier do|io-:tor,v for tlie
payment of such check, draft or order
so- in full u|hhi its proo'iitatinu, shall I', 1
triuisae- guilty of a ...
given
eon
the
in
ha
I. -i r
met i'C —
of
f the 1 inplled lax s 111:1 k
•etnm 7101
icg it read as follows:
Return the Railroads.
The legislature is asked in a unt
il n »rin I In ti-odu eed today to ask eo. I -
(Continued on page two)

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