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»THE MONTPELIER EXAMINER
♦ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE the as to do to Examiner Publishing Co., Ltd. C. E. WRIQHT, 'Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES ♦ Ona year. ♦îSix months. If paid in advance.. ♦ Tutored at the postoffice af Montpelier. Idaho, as second class matter. $1 50 75 ♦ * Montpelier, Idaho, Nov. 2, 1906 ♦ ♦ ♦ Pm * • REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET United States Senator, " W. E. BORAH, of Ada. Governor, FRANK R. GOODING, of Lincoln. Justice of Supreme Court , GEORGE H. STEWART, of Ada Congressman, BURTON L. FRENCH, of Latah. Lieutenant Governor/ E. A. BURRILL, of Bear I>ake. Secretary of State, ROBERT LANSDON of Washington, Attorney General, JOHN J. GUHEEN, of Bannock. Treasurer, C. A. HASTINGS, of Nei Perce. Auditor, ROBERT S. BRAOAW, of Kootenai. Mine Inspector, ROBERT N. BELL, of Custer. Superintendent of Public Instruction, BELLE CHAMBERLAIN, of Cassia. Judge, Fifth District, - ALFRED BUDGE, of Bear Lake. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET For State Senator. William L. Rich, of Paris. For Representatives. James Redman, of Montpelier. John H. Grimmett. of Dingle. For Clerk of District Court, Ex-officio Auditor and Recorder. I William R. Holmes, of Montpelier. For Commissioners. First district. ] Edgar M. Allred, of St. Charles. Second district. Samuel E. Hymas. of Liberty. Third district. Louis B. Leverich, of Georgetown. For Sheriff. Frank Wright, of Bennington. For Assesor and Collector. Milton J. Floyd, of St. Charles. For Prosecuting Attorney. Df.Meade Austin, of Montpelier. For Treasurer. J âmes F. Bunn, of Lanark. For Probate Jndge. David C- Kunz, of Bern. For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion. Hermoine Hart, of Bloomington. For Surveyor. Edward Bucher, of Montpelier. For Coroner. Joseph Vincent, of Montpelier. à e I a i t J 1 J ) 1 i » Republicans, when you go to the polls next Tuesday put an X in the circle nnder the American eagle and let it go at that. Every qualified elector should cherish his right to vote too highly to be frightened from the polls next Tuesday by any attempt that Sena tor Dubois may make to disfranchise If you were entitled to vote 1 you. two years ago, you are entitled to vote next Tuesday and no harm can come to you, for exercising that franchise. As viewed from every standpoint, we cannot see wherein a single re publican in Bear Lake county has any plausible reason for supporting the citizens ticket, or any nominee on it. The affairs of the county un der the present republican board of commissioners have been conducted in an honest aud business-like man ner; the nominees this year are all capable and pledged to conduct their several offices with the view of economy and for the best interests of tbe people. But if they do not the republican party will be respons ible and two years hence the people can administer a rebuke to the party for failing to carry out its pledges through its representatives in office. We believe that if eyery republican in the county will consider the situa tion honestly and candidly he will to the conclusion that his in come terests and those of the people gen erally will be best subserved by his remaining true to his party and help ing asking for and have reason to pect his support as a republican. to elect the nominees who are ex DON'T BELIEVE THEM. To the credit of the nominees on the republican ticket, we can say that they have refrained from cir culating reports of any kind con cerning the candidates on the so called citizens ticket. Not a word has been said against their standing as citizens or against their ability to discharge the duties of the offices for which they have been nominated. Neither have any such reports been circulated by any persons working for or interested in the success of the republican ticket. The same cannot be said, how ever, of some who are working in behalf of the citizens ticket. We do not know that any candidate on that ticket has put into circulation reports concerning certain republi can candidates, but we do know that several unwarranted and untruthful stories have been told about several republican candidates and they have been told for the sole purpose of trying to defeat the nominees in question. We ask the republicans to brand as a campaign lie any re port that may come to them, through workers for the citizens ticket, con cerning the honesty, integrity or ability of any republican nominee Also brand as a campaign lie any statement that may come to you to the effect that a single republican nominee has made any promise as to whom he intends to appoint as his deputy. This applies especially to the republican nominees for sheriff and auditor. Neither of them have made any promise on this question. There will be ample time for them to select their deputies af ter they are elected. The republican ticket will be in the second column on the official ballot. If you wish to vote the straight ticket, just make a cross id the circle under the eagle, the re publican emblem. Every republican voter in Bear Lake county should cast his ballot next Tuesday lor the straight repub lican ticket. It is just as necessary to vote for the republican precinct county and state candidates as it is to vote for the national republican candidates, if you uphold republi can principles. Wbat can the national administration do if it does not soeure the endorsement of the state? What can the state admin istration do if it does not secure the endorsement of the counties? What can the county administration do if it does not have the endorsement of the precincts? Show that you are a "true blue" Republican by placing a cross at the top of the Republican ticket on November 6ih—thereby voting the straight ticket. It is even more important that a full vote should be cast this year than it was two years ago for the reason that the legislature next win 1 er will make a new apportionment for members of the house of repre sentatives. This apportionment will be based upon the vote cast on Nov. 0th. Two years ago the total vote in Bear Lake County wassome thing over 2300, and this gave our county just barely enough votes to entitle it to two members in the house, on the basis agreed upon by the legislature. This year if our vote should fall to 2000 or 2100 it is quite likely that it would result in the county losing one member of the hoiise under the new apportion ment. gratifying to Fred T. Dubois, and a vast majority of the people of thiB county certainly do not wish to do anything that would please their arch enemy. For this reason, if for no oiher, the full vote of the county should be cast next Tuesday. rhis would be especially After a man has held a public of fice for two, four, six or eight years, it is certainly the height of ingrati tude for that man, in after years, to oppose the election of any nominee on his party ticket, so long as his party places clean, honest and com. peteut men in nomination. It is true, however, that some meu are loyal to their party, only when they are running for office, and it is sometimes tbe case that the man who h?*» been honored the most by bis party is the quickest to forget the debt he owes to his party. Who will the people of Bear Lake county hold responsible for the of ficial aota of the nominees on the citizens ticket, should they be elec ted? There is no auch an organisa tion as a citiaeus party in Idaho, and the candidates on the uitixens ticket have cast their democracy aside for the time being, at least. So the democratic party f two years hence, will not shoulder any of the acts of these men that might be un satisfactory to the people, and it is safe to say that there will be no citizens organization in the county at that time. Then, pray tell us, who are the people going to look to for redress should the citizens ticket be elected and the administration prove to be unsatisfactory? On the other hand, should the af fairs of the county be placed in the hands of the republican nominees and they should fail to honestly and faithfully discharge the duties en trusted to them, the people can hold the republican party responsible two years hence. They can say to the party, "We entrusted the manage ment of the county in your hands during the past two years, but the official acts of your servants have been unsatisfactory we can not therefore extend that trust to you again. I I I I M - Federation Gab Meetings. The First District Federation of Women's Clubs of Idaho convened at Pocatello Monday, Oct. 22 at 2 p. m. and oontinned until Wednesday after noon, Oct. 24, the president, Mrs. G. E. Bowerman of St. Anthony, presiding. Mrs. Derr of Pocatello, delivered the address of welcome, the response was given by Mrs. Hnff of Montpelier. State Federation matters were dis cussed by Mrs. D. W. Standrod of Poca tello. At 8 p. m. the visiting delegates were tendered a reception at the Con gregational chnrch bv the club women of Pocatello. Tuesday morning reports from the ton clnbe, which comprise the First District, were given. The Village Improvement Society of Montpelier was reported by Mrs. Red man. Mrs. Pease reported the Gem of the Mountain Club and Mrs. Toomer the Kymry Club. The legislative and educational com mittees gave reports and suggestions. Among the many excellent papers read was one on "Art" by Mrs. Bagley. At noon an elegant dinner was served in the church parlors. The afternoon meeting was devoted to papers and dis cussions on subjects pertaining to home ilfe. The discussion on the paper "Harmony in the Home" was led by Mrs. Spidell in a very able manner. After a short program Wednesday morning the convention proceeded to elect officers for the ensuing year: President—Mrs. E. M. Holden, Idaho Falls. Vice President—Mrs. C A. Hoover, Blackfoot. Secretary—Mrs. Anna Guernsey, Ida ho Falls Treasurer—Mrs. Edith Snodgrass, Albion. Important work suggested by the ed ucational committee to be referred to the legislative committee was: Changes in school law in regard to the length of a term for trustees of independent dis tricts, school election days and joint teachers institutes. Tue legislative committee commend ed the juvenile courts, the proposed labor law and strongly recommended that all clnb women use their influence with the legislators from their districts to have more just laws enacted in re gard to woman's property rights. Mrs. Bowerman urged that the Feder ation endorse and work for a separate institution for girls who are now sent with the boys to the State Industrial Training School. The plan was enthu siastically endorsed by Mrs. Humphries, wife of the superintendent of the St. Anthony institute, who said the school there was wholly inadequate in size to accommodate the needs of the state, and that instead of the St. Anthony institute being enlarged at considerable expense to the state, the policy of wis dom would be to build a separate school for girls at some other point in Idaho. The matter was referred to the legisla tive committee, the members of which will work in conjunction with the state federation and secure, if possible, the needed appropriation. It is believed that sufficiently strong representations can be made to the next legislature to aecnre the required sum. One of the principal acts of the con vention at the concluding session was the endowment of a scholarship in Domestic Science by the district federa tion with funds on band. The scholar ship will be awarded on merit to any graduate from the 8 th grade in south eastern Idaho and will be at the Acad emy of Idaho in Pocatello. At the conclusion of the convention tie delegates were.taken to the Acad emy Where Mrs. Faris conducted them through all the various departments Dainty refreshments, prepared by the BUCK'S WHITE ENAMELED RANGE BUCK'S CIRCLE HOT BLAST Buck's Steel ranges are per fection in range construction. Many are imita ting their quali ties, but find themselves at sea. trying to obtain same re sults in other ways. Being the result of 60 years of scien tific experimenting, they combine the following qualities: Quick Draft, Fuel Saving, Perfect Baking accomplished by confined even oven heating. 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A loan scholarship was established in the State University which in time will be extended to other state institutions. The applicant must be recommended by a woman's club The state convention was honored by the presence of Mrs. Sarah Platt Decker of Denver, president of the National Federation of Woman's Clnbs, who was the inspiration of the meetings. She was presented with an Idaho souvenir spoon as a token of appreciation. The state officers for the coming year are: President—Mrs. Anbrey Butterfield of Y\ eiser. 1st Vice president—Mis. J. H. Forney of Moscow. 2nd Vice president—Mrs. G. E. Bow erman of St. Anthony. Corresponding Secretary—Mrs. E. D. Ford of Weiser Reisording Secretary—Mrs. Win. Ket tenbangb of Lewiston. Treasurer—Mrs. Glasson of Wardner. Federation Secretary—Mrs. I hartes Brooks of Pocatello. Notice of Dissolution. 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