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"To use a political phrase, let's all stand by the fusion ticket. Let's all come to God and quit dabbling with these societies that hold you, oath-bound, in their clutches, you don't, you'll lose the spirit of God and apostatize." If Apostle Teasdaie said that John the Apostle had said that when the gospel was founded, it was founded as an eternal brotherhood, and he could see no necessity in this lato day for having to speak of the fal lacy of secret societies.—Sait Lake Herald. » Nov. 21, 22, 23 and 24 is creating wide interest and promises to be an Of Interest to the West. which will meet at Chicago, 111. The National Irrigation Congress unusual success. The national irri gation movement has become a broad, popular movement and east ! e rn commercial interests have readi- j | jy taken hold of the idea of reclaim* j ' ' I ing and populating the arid west and thus creating a great home market for their goods. The best authorities on irrigation I I I and forestry have been secured to speak and give illustiated lectures, and men of national fame and re- ! nown as orators and statesmen, will ; address the Congress at the great ; Auditorium theatre on subjects of ; I national interest to the west. j ; Under the constitution o f the Congress the mayor of each city of j 25,000 or less population is entitled ! t 0 appoint j eïtïos of greater population are j titled to four delegates. j r ieultural and horticultural two delegate.*, while i i Each ag- j en associa tion, each society of engineers, irri-. i j gation company and each board of j trade and chamber of commerce is i also entitled to two delegates. Hon. T. L. Glenn is arranging to congress, in order to get all the information possible, on which to l>ase his future work i:i j attend the 1 congress. The difference: Editor Walli» and wife have gone to Chicago on a tour of pleasure. Jim published a republican paper during the cam paign. \Y e are staying at home trying to make enough to pay the debts we contracted while running a dem ocratic }>aper during the last four or five weeks. ADVICE GALORE. The republican papers are, just, now, offering tons of advice to the* democratic party as to what it had better do in the future. The afore said advice is purely gratis, for the reason probably, that it isn't worth anything. But it happens that the democratic party is capable of act ing on its own judgment, and when its present election debris is cleared away, it will arise, Pheonix like, and come forth as strong a parly ut' the people as it ever was. With all the good work done in Idaho for democracy and silver, the* weekly democratic papers should not be overlooked. Outside of tins small amount some of them got from their county central commit tee», their work was a labor of love. Taking them all m all, they reach ed every home in the state for fiv*r consecutive weeks. No one can gainsay their influence. Tlie Post sivs the vote in thin county amounts practically to a re pudiation of Thos. Glenn because he didn't run away ahead of hi* ticket. The county went for Bryan, and Mr. Glenn got over 5o majority. With a considerably larger vote than Bear Lake haK Morrison onlv carried his owiu*oun ty, Canyon, by 153 and it won' for McKinley. So wo don't see where the ropudi ation j, 1# If it applie8 l(> Glenn it surely can be charged up against Morrison, too. The Bhukfoot News makes the prediction, ami the wish is father to the hope that there will Ik; no more fusion in Idaho. What has caused vocate of fusion News, abot boomed Fred nient of everyone this change on the part of Col. Jones? lie has been the most persistent ad in Idaho. The •e all other papers, has ' Dubois to the detri else, and it has all but ■ il it" !, those who opposed him, traitors to the party. Then why so sudden a change? There are those who arc cruel enough to believe that the News wanted Du hois liccause, in the event of Bryan's election, the Colonel would have been appointed to a fat office. But now that liryan is defeated the New# doesn't want any 1 here isn t, apparently, anything to lx*, "gained" by it for the Black foot editor. It would have been more fusion. fore giving vent to his injured con more in keeping for Colonel Jones to have vnted a while at least be Bcienee.