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II i! i t: 'm 4 iii I lie Assortment at present is yet Copiplete, owing to the Fact that we just received a New Shipment of Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, Especially for this Sale, but we advise f£; you not to Delay longer. Come early ih the Week and avoid the Rush just before the 4th. \\ hi 1 e we have put on an extra force of Salesmen to accommodate you all, still if you wait too long you may not be able to prevail Voujrself of the many Rich and Rare Bargains now being shown at our store. A Um j I J Jia / ,v II lyiiJp Wf tell lit Hiese Suits are on Sale now 20 to 25 per cent less than regular price. IriAI'lt) > ' St A n e 'Each section of the country seems to lavor some distinctive shape of its' own. The King & Kingsbury line contains sufficient novelties to meet all demands. L A 11 'll m m\i - m We ?/ y\ANO „ fTADt rWUA Hat These Suits come in many different pat terns, ranging in age from 9 to 15 years, Jacket and pant or three piece suits. It is Waterproof and will not rub off. Kingsbury Derby Xew Mid Summer and ball Styles. 1 lillCr' lil * ; X- . Suits just like this w 0u cost you from 25 to .y p effiu more tailor inac These will lit just like tail made. See what you sav Big Saving on Men's; Women's and Childrens' Shoes. Do You ((now BOYLEN? He Saves You Money. We v s h o w ing ,> these nobby /_ * little suits, J in Norfolks ! and Cadets. 100 patterns to pick from 20 per cent less than regular. SOCIALISTS HOLD COUNTY CONVENTION Proceedings of the Socialist County Convention held in St. An thony, State of Idaho, and for Fremont county, June 18, 1904. Called to order by James Smith, Chairman County Central Com mittee. Sec. County Central Com mittee Cammans read the call (as published in the Teton Peak. James Smith was selected as tem porary chairman, and L. J. Maurer was selected as temporary secretary. Committees appointed as follows by the chair on motion by the con vention : Committee on Credentials, Slatery, Peil and Mathias. Com mittee on Order of Business, Tom Green, Tom Neilson and Fred Lutz. Committee on permanent organiza tion, Slatery, Peil and Mathias. Committee on Platform resolutions, Stevenson, Markham, Cammans, Rosebury and Kuhlman. Recess for thirty minutes. The chairman reconvened the convention and the committe on credentials reported the following entitled to seat in the convention : \V. S. Sevenson, Mrs. Belle Stev enson, Jas. Green, II. H. Shaw, A. \Y. Peil, L. A. Kuhlman, W. H. Raodhouse, Tom Smith, A. M.Slat tery, E. L. Mathiews, G. Martin, J. I). Kemp, F. Peterson, M. Pin wik, Jas. Smith, C. H. Cammans, T. W. Tanner, J. Neilson, H. H. Parks, Fred Lutz, Joe Black, L. J. Maurer, Geo. Bell, L. Broädherst, Mrs. C. S. Maurer, Logan Rose borrow, Byron Markham. Moved and seconded that the report of committee on credentials be ac cepted as read—carried. Committee on permanent organi zation reported and recommended that the temporary organization be made permanent. Moved and seconded the report be accepted carried. Committee on order of business reported as follows: 1. Reading report of committee on credentials. 2. Reading report of committee on permanent organization. 3. Reading report of committee on platform, resolutions, etc. 4. Nomination of delegates to state convention to Vie held at Weiser, July 4, 1904. • r >. Nomination of county officers. <>. Election of a chairman and j : I j ; 1 secretary for the county central committee to act until the next Socialist county convention. 7. Election of precinct com mitteemen where not already organized, and committmen to be affiliated with some local in county. Moved and carried that the report he accepted as read. We your committee on platform and resolutions respectfully submit the following: We indorse the principles as promulgated by the National Socialist Party. We also pledge adherance to the platform as adopted by the Socialist National Convention at Chicage, May 1. We denounce the last legislature for failure to act favorably in behalf of the mine, mill, smelter and workers of our state by refusing to inact an eight hour law for said workers. That we denounce the law known as the Sugar Bounty law which is oppressive and condusive of no good, other than to enrich private corporation at the expense of the public. That we resolve that instead of the bounty (if it really wished to help our Farmers) should have received authority from our last legislature to build, operate and own factories j for which the public is now being : taxed through which is known as I the Sugar Bounty law. We denounce our fish and game j license law and we believe that the citizens of the state of Idaho should be allowed to fish or hunt for their own use without having to pay a ; license (tax) for the sole privilege only of supporting the fisli and game wardens with numerous deputies, which office in 1903 1 created a deficiency of about $3,000. We denounce as un-American, un-patriotic and as unmerciful certain official acts of that puppet in epaulets known now as Governor Peabody of Colorado (but who will later on in the near future he known as nowbody) inasmuch as his acts pertain to depriving American citizens of their individual rights as granted by the Constitution of the United States, for no other reason than that these oppressed citizens have dared to think aloud for themselves and their neighbors. \\ e call upon all good citizens to guard against any future encrouch ment of their rights by capitalistic organizations, otherwise anarchy and crime will follow iji the trial of coercive wealth unchecked like in our sister state of Colorado. That we pledge our selves and our candidates to ever adhere to the principles of our party, and if elected by the citizens of this county to the respective offices we again pledge ourselves first, lats and at all times to this principle govern ing our official acts. Are the interests of the workers being benefited? Then we are for it, and if not then we are against it. Respcet fully submitted. Byron Markham, Wm. Stevenson, L. A. Kphlman, Logan Rosebotrough, C. H. Cammans. Moved and carried that the report of the committee on platform and resolutions be adopted as read. Moved and carried that we proceed to nominate la delegate to the Socialist State Convention at Weiser on July 4. L. J. Maurer, C. H. Cammans and August Piel were nominated. Messrs. Maurer and Cammans de clined tht nomination. The unanimous voie of the con vention .was then ajist for August Piel, who was declared elected. I. W. Tanner was duly elected alternate. A recess was taken for 10 minutes. At the reconvening we proceed to nominate county officers as follows: » For county commissioner, 1st. Distric, Daniel Adams; James W. Green, 2nd. district 3rd. district; for assessor, E. L. James .Smith, for treasurer, Mathias, of Rigby __________ t W. D. Williams, of St. Anthony - for probate judge, I. W. Tanner, of St. Anthony; surveyor, L. J. Maurer, of Vernon ; for county superintendent, Miss Lulu Marler, of Lewisville: foi l sheriff, Sam Smith, of Parker: fof coroner, John D. Kemp, of Rigljy, for county attorney no nominations made; for representatives, Hyrpm B. Adams, °f Rigby ; Logan Rose borough, of Rice; August W Peil, of St. Anthony ; for state senator, C. H. Cammans, of St. Anthony. The Convention by motion elected James Smith and C. 11. Cammans as Chairman and Secretary re spectively of the County Central Committee. I j j j ! I ! if t - The convention empowered the chairman and secretary of the County Central Committee to fill all vacancies existing or occuring. To the citizens of St. Anthony: If you wish to help your town, and she needs it very badly, turn loose and help your 4th of July committee to get ready to entertain people from out of town and especially delegations from neigh boring towns. The citizens and ball team of Idaho P'alls are going to run an excursion to our city on the 4th, let everyone take hold and show them as good a time as we can. Remember St. Anthony is the county-seat of the largest and best county in the State and we will be expected to do better than other towns. As we go to press we understand that the 4th of July committee is going to give a cash prize to the best decorated place of business and to the best decorated residence. The prizes are as follows : The best decorated business house, $10; second best, $5; third best, $2 ; fourth best, $1. For the residences: First best, $5; second, $3 ; third. $2 ; fourth, $2. Every body go in and try to win these prizes, it will make our city look well to strangers. Western Women in Convention. Chicago, June 21.—Four women are among those at the convention hall who occupy the green chairs reserved for the select. They come from western states, where women vote, to sit as alternates in the con vention. Mrs. J. B. West of Idaho, heads the quartette iii point of rational experience, as she was one of the representatives from Idaho I in the Republican convention of j 1900. Mrs. Jennie Nelson, of Utah, j another -alternate, is the wife of j Charles Nelson, a prominent busi ness man. This is her first ex perience but she has been a dele ! gate to many state conventions in I Utah. ! Mrs. O. E. Lefevre and Mrs. A. A. Eldridge come from Colorado. The latter is entitled to a seat as delegate, as Judge Nixon for whom she is alternate, was unable to come. A Chance to Make Some Money. 80 acres of broke land at Squir rel Creek to rent on most favorable terms. Enquire at this office. the I the i all | State News. and and on and we is and we we of : the of one of of in to News reached Salmon vesterday evening that a disastrous fire had broken out on the Lemhi agency, destroying the boys' school build ing, the boy's dorimtorv, and Dr. Murphy s residence. No further particulars have been obtained at this writing. The word was sent down from the fort by telephone. It is a most regretable incident. The governmnet had but last fall completed a fine new buildng at the school, and the work of the school is in a flourishing condition. —Salmon Herald. Lincoln county's red letter day, the dedication and inspection of the new court house, will occur Monday, July 4. This has been definitely settled and every resident of the county is invited to be present and assist in making it a day long to be remembered. In vitations have been sent to a num ber of residents of the county to be present and assist in the exercises with short speeches and the ac ceptances have already been re ceived by the committee making it certain that the entire county will be represented on the program Mayor Fred R. Reed, of Boise, has accepted an invitation to deliver the oration.—Shoshone Journal. —..... I t,le affair Almost the entire business section of the little town of Culdsac, Idaho was destroyed by fire Sunday morning. The loss is about $30, 000. The fire started in the general store of Ed Zuimvait and is believed to have been of incendiary origin. Zunnvait and his family barely escaped with their lives. In an altercation at Taylorville last week, Frank Priest received a severe knife wound, the blade penetrating the body near the fifth rib to the lung tissue. The participants in the brawl were a Mr. Barnes and two or three Priest boys, one of whom had been to Idaho Falls during the day. The dispute is said to have originated over a trade and Barnes asserts that he was set upon bv superior numbers and that the stabbing was a matter of self defense. No arrests had been made up to the time of going to press, and it is not likely that further attention will be given i dahoFalJs Xinle f Ven The Utah Wool Growers' at the of be a be re it a a to of Association has been request a number of its members up the matter of prosecuting Swank, who is charged tv shooting of George Drake, is thought that the associatif arrange to have their attorney after the matter. It is hope the law will take its course matter and that if Swank is he will receive the punishnie law prescribes.- Soda Chieftain. Boise, Ida., June 20, Ramsdell was found dead i a hotel in Glenn's Ferry vest An empty carbolic acid was by his side and a note that he had decided to misspent life. He was form resident of Park City, Utah. Triumphs of Modern Sur Wonderful things are dot the human body by ; Organs are taken out and and polished and put back, o may be removed entirely are spliced ; pipes take the pi d iseased sections of veins ; ant dressings are applied to wo bruises, burns and like in before inflammation sets causes them to heal maturation and in one tbit time required by the old ment. Chamberlain's l'ain acts on this same principle, an antiseptic and when uppl such injuries, causes them to very quickly. It also alia)'' pain and soreness. Keep a of Pain Balm in your home will save you time and nione) to mention the inconvenience suffering which such injuries For sale by all druggists. Seven Devils Lively Cam A special to the Weiser Ti of the 18til says: The beginning of work smelter in the Seven Devils district by the Ladd Metals pany has given renewed energy to the old camp, of fifteen left here this niornâ Landore; several were mint 1 arc going into the district to operations of their properties: were merchants going 1» ,0 over the situation with a v# starting stores, saloons etc. present indications it l 001 though it will be but a short until the Seven Devils will liveliest camp in Idaho.