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support of its petition the
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'| i ging the changq; bettet mail facilitiee
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DECEMBER 1 0—FAT STOCK SHOW, PORTLAND, ORE
DECEMBER 11—REGISTERED SHORTHORNS, PORTLAND, ORE.
DECEMBER 12-REGISTERED HEREFORDS, PORTLAND, ORE.
DECEMBER 13—REGISTERED HOLSTEINS, PORTLAND, ORE.
DECEMBER 16—FARM SALE, HOMER MARSHALL, NEZPERCE
DECEMBER 17—FARM SALE, C. H. MEHAN, ILO, IDAHO.
DECEMBER 18—REGISTERED SHORTHORNS, LEWISTON
DECEMBER 19—REGISTERED HEREFORDS, LEWISTON
DECEMBER 21—CITY PROPERTY, HELENA, MONT.
DECEMBER 23—FARM LAND, HELENA, MONT.
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that tin' headquarters would be main
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ated from the town.
SHORT COURSE IN FORESTRY.
The date'of opening the short
in forestry at the University of Idaho,
postponed from November 4 on account
of the influenza epidemic, has now been
definitely fixed as January 1 , and the
course will continue twelve weeks. This
course
course is planned to meet the needs of
forest rangers and guards; also of wood
land owners and others engaged in some
branch of the lumber industry, who wish
to acquire a knowledge of the general
principles of forestry. It prepares for
the civil esrvice examination for forest
ranger in the U. 8 . forest service Ad
mission is without examination, and any
one may attend who has the equivalent
of eighth grade preparation. The work
is intensely practical, and is given by
lectures, in the laboratory, and by actual
field demonstrations. A special effort
will lie inade to adapt the course to meet
jthe requirements of returned soldiers,
For
wishing to take advantage of it.
further
Forestry, University of Idaho. Moscow.
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CLEARWATER ■*>
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(From Last Week.)
D. B. Cowling has returned from Mos
cow when he had been attending ""hoot.
Gilbert Mnyfied has returned fiom
Geuessee where he was attending high
si-bool.
•M. (). fowling of Grungeville spent
a few days visiting his mother the last
of the week.
Horace llornady. who wa* called east
some time ago by reason of the illness
and death of his brothers hius returned
Shortly after he arrived home he
His was. the
home.
took ill with influenza,
first case to develop in Clearwater.
"I was single, and had a «log's life,' '
said the widower,
a cat and dog 's. ' '
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Men who love woman seldom love
women; those who love women seldom
love woman.
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UNITED STATES
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SOCIALISTIC PROGRAM OF GOV
ERNMENT ADVOCATED AT
ST. PAUL MEETING.
DEMAND WORK,CHEAPLIVING
Insist Unemploy c d Should Be Given
Jobs on Public Works—Ask
"Rights" be Restored
The National Non partisan league, in
secret convention, recently, in St. Paul, j
demanded a peace which would create
"united states of the world, by con
sent and not by conquest."
the league's program, as given to the
press last Thursday night, is as follows:
"First—A peace program ending war
by creating world democracy, not sub
stitutlng one despotism for another,
united states of the world, by consent
anil not by conquest.
Want Work For Everyone.
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"Second—A reconstruction program
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providing tor the employment ot all,
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reduction ot the cost ot nving, ending,
monopolistic extortion, and redeeming
the state and national governments from
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autocratic control ot monopolies, aim ini
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this way making- the world safe for«
democracy.
, "Third—The termination of the pres
ent national control of railways, and all
other public utilities and industries tak
en over as war measures, not by return
of these properties to private monepo
bttt l,v national fw ' ,lplshi P
"Fourth—Kmployrnent of the unem
ployed. iu co-operation with organize,!
labor, through government works in
such enterprises as road building, fores
try, timber and fuel production, flood
protection, and land reclamation.
Votes For All Women.
"Fifth—Complete enfranchisement of
women
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With equal opportunities with
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and equal pay for equal service.
government
should mako loans to the state govern !
ments, on state bonds, secured by first
mortgages on real estate, in order that I
farmers can get loans from the state
at cost.
"Seventh—Immediate reduction of |
freight and passenger rates, especially
food and fuel.
"Eighth—The immediate abandon
ment of all interference with political
rights of employes in the public sen ice, I
and abandonment of the exercise of any
further postoffice censorship.
• 'Ninth—Liquidation of the national .
j debt through reforms in the income and
inheritance taxes.
"On Bight of Labor, ' '
"Tenth—Restoration of the rights of
labor, surrendered for patriotic reasons,
and the repealing of laws regulating the
civil rights of people as war measures.
"Eleventh-—All use of the mails,
telegraph, telephone and express corn
panics and banks shall be denied for
making sales of goods, properties, in
vestments or securities, except for di-,
rect delivery by the owner or his au
thorized agent, and then of the specific
goods, properties, investments or
men
"Sixth—The national
on
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to
gambling and speculation in necessities
1 of life."
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NOTICE GF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR DEPUTIES
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I sheriff elect will applv to the Honor-I
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' ,daho Count > ' ldaho ' »< th<>,r "> r 'hcom-,..
! in * session iu J,,nuai î? r ' for the j
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Kmployrnent of such deputies as nam
ed in the foregoing is essential to the
proper conduct of the office of the
s beritf ot Idaho County.
W. H. ELLER, Sheriff Elect
of Idaho County. Idaho.
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We will do custom rolling.
Flour Mills, Fenn, Ida.
rHE NEW WEST MAGAZINE |
'RaiUlinr Th« Wist"
Est&biiahed 1910 -For the development of
Western indnutriea. agriculture, mining, oil. and
fernir attractions. Of inlereat to the Wet-tern !
investor, farmer and sightseer. Printed on high ,
sr ade paper with copper half-tone i I hist rations,
»Year. %2 : copy. 20c. Sample. 10c. 3 back nura*
I beru for 25c. Send now. The New West Majra
aine. 1211 Walker Bank BMg.. Salt I^ake City,
Utah; 1004 White Bldg. Seattle. Wash.:
Woodward A^e., Detroit. Mich. Address near
place your subscription through
t office.
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And Refining Company is now drill
ing in the famous cushing fields,
Oklahoma, only 150 feet from the
famous Gusher tract of the Lorette
wells.
Secure stock of this
pany by writing us for information
and prices,
reach par value, which is 10 cents.
As the company is now drilling with
double shift and are down over 500
feet.
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Send in your order at once, before
stock is off the market.
Spokane Oil Sleek Exchange
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CITY MEAT MARKET
JOHN CALLAN, Proprietor
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Poultry
The best of everything in our line constantly on hand,
selling your Pelts, Hides and Poultry.
On Main Street, West of Crosby Store .
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