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V10NTPELIER EXAMINER
Pnbliahed Every Friday
O. ». WRIGHT. Editor and Manager
Montpelier, Friday, June 21, 1918
THE KAIBKR'R SERMON.
"Either German principles of right,
freedom, honor nad morality must be
upheld, or Anglo-Saxon principles,
with their idolatry of Mammon, must
be victorious," says the Hohenzollern
kaiser.
The world has had an opportunity
during the last four years to learn
the principles of right, freedom, hon
or and morality preached by the kais
— .er jtnd practiced by the Germans.
The German idea is that might
makes right, that anything is right
which is necessary to extend German
sway over the other peoples of the
earth and win special privileges for
the Germans. It has nothing In com
mon with the morality of the Chris
tian God to whom the kaiser so of
ten , and always sacrilegiously, ap
peals.
If it will help Germany to obtain
her place In the sun it is right to kill
non-combatants, to commit rape and
robbery, to blow up the ships and
factories of neutrals, to slaughter
the wounded—in fact to break any
and all of the ten commandments.
And, strange to say, the men of all
religions in Germany seem to agree
that it is right to abrogate the ten
commandments if it will obtain victo
ry for Germany. Among themselves
they still adhere to the theory of
Christian morality, and perhaps they
practice that morality one toward
thee other, but for all outside th
fold of the fatherland there is to be
neither mercy nor Justice until they
submit to the German despotism.
When Cardinal Mercier called down
the punishment of heaven
those who had massacred his priests
and people, who had stolen the treas
ures of his land and burned and rap
ed, some of his co-religionists in Ger
many cooly suggested that he
un-Chritian because he did not for
give these acts. Thus is the Chris
tian religion perverted by the adher
ents of all sects in Germany to
hold every injustice inicted
Germans,
and morality.
And we are quite as familiar with
German honor.
upon
was
up
on non
And that is German right
It was that honor
which violated Germany's pledged
word to preserve the neutrality of
Belgium. It was that honor which,
through an ambassador, proposed
that the ships of a friendly nation
should be sunk without leaving a
trace. It was that honor which has
permitted Germans to break
rule of international law, to seize
sink ships which they had specifical
ly promised to protect, to bomb hos
pitals and kill nurses, to poison wells
in West Africa and to fill the world
with spies, many of them prostitutes
«•d^riminals and degenerates of va
rious descriptions. The men and
every
or
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men that Germany punished at home
»he sent out into the world even be
fore the war to wait« secret warfare
ugatnst friendly nations. That is
German honor.
The Anglo-Saxon, said the emperor,
aimed at making the peoples of the
world work as slaves for the Anglo
Saxon ruling race. We will not at
tempt to speak for the British, but
certainly the people of Canada and
Australia would not echo the senti
ments of the kaiser. But a plainer
argument to set down his Imperial
najesty is before the whole world.
The Teutonic race already has its
«laves by the mllions in Gemany and
iustria-Huugary, in Belgium and Ser
na and even in countries such as
.lussia and Rumania, with which Ger
many is nominally at peace.
The kaiser admits that Germany
seeks to rule the world but sugar
oats the admission with the sugges
ion that when Germany rules there
vill be freedom, Justice, honor and
•ight for all. If any other race seeks
o rule, its purpose is to make slaves
>f mankind. The argument might
lave had a chance of convincing a
few ignorant minds if the proofs
against it had not been put before
the world daily since Germany pre
cipitated the war.
When the emperor speaks of the
Anglo-Saxon regime he is, or course,
trying to include the United States
within his condemnation. He would
have it that the United States is try
ing to make slaves of subject races.
Once we shed rivers of blood so that
a nation which was committed to the
doctrine that all men are free and
equal should no longer be cursed with
human slavery. We saved Cuba, Por
to Rico and the Philippines from an
intolerable tyranny, and now we are
sending our soldiers into Europe to
rescue mankind from an even more
hideous despotism.
So much for German right, honor,
morality and freedom.—Salt Lake
Tribune.
FARMERS URGED TO
STAND BY WAGE SCALE
Yesterday morning County Agent
Sargent received the following tele
gram from Boise:
"Stories by floating laborers of
higher wages elesewhere in Idaho
largely false. Urge farmers and bus
iness men not to pay over $3.00 ex
cept for special help, such as stack
ers. If farmers hold now last year's
difficulty will be avoided. Report all
idle laborers, who refuse to work at
going wages, to Allred at Boise.
H. W. HOCKBAUM,
County Agent Leader."
MEN AND TEAMS WANTED
FOR STATE ROAD WORK
The state engineer will be here
next Monday to set the grade stakes
on the highway north of Montpelier,
and grading will start Tuesday morn
ing. Men with four horse teams and
scrapers are wanted; rate $1.00 per
hour. Apply to Byron Nelson.
If you are in need of books in the
line of Mormon church publications,
send your orders to C. W. Bartschi,
Nounan, Idaho, agent for the Deseret
News Book store of Salt Lake.
LIGHTNING STUNS PEOPLE
AND KILLS PINE CATTLE
During the storm last Sunday af
ternoon Arvilla Sorensen of Ovid, ;
aged 15, was stunned by lightning,
which struck near her house. She
was standing in the yard at the time, ;
and the shock threw her to the!
ground and rendered her unconscious!
for about five minutes. The ground j
where the lightning struck looked as
though a German shell had struck
there.
The same afternoon John Boehme
of Geneva, was also badly stunned
by lightning.
During yesterday afternoon's storm
lightning killed three cows and two
yearling heifers on the Arthur Budge
ranch near Paris. The animals were
in the pasture at the time. Two oth
er cows were so badly stunned that
t is doubtful If they will recover
from the effects. The animals were
all thoroughbred Holsteins. The two
heifers and one of the cows killed
were prize winners at the Utah state
fair last fall. At that time Mr. Budge
refused $700 for the cow. He esti
mates his loss at $3,000 or more,
which is covered by insurance to the
amount of only $250.
Be at the "repeater dance" at the
pavilion Wednesday night, June 26.
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are Lending
Lives
are
Many
Their
YOU Lending?
What
Thousands of our boys are going down into the trenches today—clean-faced, deter
mined, splendid young men. Many are soon to join the army of the lame, the blind or
the dead.
You can at least go down in your pockets for them.
Think it over—be ready on
JUNE 28 th
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY
There's an army. Yes, a dozen armies—of stalwart, wind-bronzed, young men stand
ing between you and the grizzly Hun. These *young fellows are giving their ease,
their comfort, their friends and homes, their bodies, the hope of life—giving for you—
for you.
You can at least loan your dollars for them.
National War Savings Committee
This space contributed for
the Winning of the War by
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HOME MISSIONARY AP
POINTMENTS FOR JUNE 28
Alton—Samuel W. Hart.
Bennington—John Black, J. W.
Jones.
Bern—Joseph S. Robison, David A.
Lewis.
Cokeville—Milford Williams, J. M.
Cummings.
Dingle—Wilford W. Clark, Alma
Hayes.
Geneva—David C. Kunz, Charles
R. Pearce.
Georgetown—Samuel Humphreys,
Charles G. Keetch.
Montpelier First—Hyrum Oakey,
Christian Kunz.
Montpelier Second—Francis M.
Winters, Delmar O. Stephens.
Montpelier Third—Edgar M. Lind
say, Ole Swensen.
Nounan—Wilber Bacon, Walter
Clark.
Pegram—George T. Smith, Charles
L. French.
Raymond—Silas Wright, William
Perkins.
Wardboro—Frederick W. Boehme,
Arnold Hirschi.
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ORDINANCE NO. 172.
An ordinance requiring the clos
ipg of all business houses in the city
of Montpelier, Bear Lake county, Ida
ho, except places of amusement, ice
cream parlors, cigar stores, pool
halls, billiard halls, drug stores, gar
ages, hotels, restaurants and barber
shops; also fixing time of closing and
penalty for violation of this ordi
nance.
Be it ordained by the mayor and
council of the city of Montpelier,
Bear Lake County, Idaho.
Sec. 1. That it shall be unlawful
for any person, persons, partner
ship, association, or corporation, ex
cept persons conducting places of
amusement, ice cream parlors, cigar
stands, pool halls, billiard halls, drug
stores, garages, hotels, restaurants
ahd barber shops, to keep opened
alter the hour of 6 o'clock p. m. of
ariy day except Saturday.
'Sec. 2. That all places of busi
ness except those excepted by sec
tion 1 of this ordinance shall be
closed promptly at 6 o'clock p. m. of
each day, except Saturdays.
Sec. 3 . That any person, persons,
partnership, association, or corpora
tion violating this ordinance shall be
fined in any sum not exceeding one
hundred dollars ($100.00) or im
prisoned in the city Jail of the city of
Montpelier, Idaho, not exceeding thir
ty (30) days, or be both fined and
imprisoned, in the discretion of the
court.
Sec. 4. An emergency existing
therefor this ordinance shall be in
full force and effect from and after
its passage and approval and publi
cation.
Passed and approved this 19th day
of June, 1918.
R. N. SNEDDON, Mayor
Attest:
THOMAS BARRETT, City Clerk.
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bad striven all Ills life faithfully and
singly toward an object and In no
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Did ever a man try heroism, mag
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