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Col. T. R. Hamei of St. Anthony spoke to a good sized audience at the opera house Tuesday night, and expounded the principles of republi canism in an eloquent an4 forcible manner. His argument is inter spersed with sufficient wit to keep his audience in good humor. In showing up the fallacies and inconsistencies of the democratic party he is not abusive, but in good sound logic he makes it plain that the democratic party h4s always been on the wrong side of the issues that pertain to the welfare of our nation. It made the republicans feel good to hear him and even the democrats who were present could hardly help but enjoy th^ hot shot he poured into them in bunches. The Col. has the nack of arousing enthusiasm among republicans, and believe that much good will re sult from his speech here Tuesday night. we Ten to Three on Roosevelt. Election betting was more active on Wall street today, says a New York dispatch of Oct. 15, than since the campaign commenced. Some were made at odds of 10 to remark wagers 3 on Roosevelt, the most able figures eyer known ni a nation al campaign. The biggest bet was w nell and Buchanan wagered $20,000 Roosevelt against Parker which Williamson & Squire put up for a customer. Btjimell and Buchanan announced that they had o bet at hen Bun ,000 on . on more Rooseyelt money these odds. Turn Down the Renegades. Mrs. W. R. White, representing the International Council of Wo men, of which Helen Gould is vice president, has come to Idaho to go work for the Dubois Flenner It is difficult for to home purifiers. the average person to see just where the Idaho home needs purifying, but it is a very glaring fact that Idaho politics need cleaning, and if Mrs. White will direct bpr efforts towards urging the womeri to imouslv to turn down a lot of vote unan political renegades who at tlie head of the Dubois-American party, she will be doing a great work, otherwise she had better have re mained at home. come out here to W hen eastern lk about women national issues they will demand at tention and do some good for their cause. When they come to mix up in a local matter, they are talking about something they don't know ytbing about, and on which Ida better posted.— an ho women are Nani pa Leader (dein.) (\ Love Letter. Would not Interest you if you're look ing for a yuaranteed Halve por Sores, Burns or Piles. 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