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-, county t«*achers liwtln.» ■ fount y t«*achers' institut«* will .,t Salmon during the week of four! 11 annual convention of , siate Uhlropraetors' aH»*M-i. rt!i held at Boise last week. Boise ! • W. C. A. Is alunit to j its work among girls of u le ^ teen and high school ages. , (trii I.in ius It. Holhrook, who (t.rnierl,' stationed at Boise bnr jjj. In • a cited for gallantry, (dwtn'.' cd t' 1 ** compressor house ebal; i ues «f tile Haynes pmpuM 0,1 Blackbird creek. l îr j over ; ■ success of the home -1 ct's Step Out," Nampa ; ni/.e uu amateur dra o liHve a municipal flag, jiii flue •' to be an even l a, feet hit'll, to which will he at- - -, nui: -'« tcet lu lengui. , u to jc-t the Liberty sp«*cial I U being -''tit throughout the for the purpose of arousing ij in the fourth Liberty loun ■ has bee.I designated the gath- jter foi lie collection of fruit intit she is for all the territory ffti Ir, I haul I liver, Ole., and famieis of the Maple Grove filling their silos with win the com crop being extra 3 recount of the hot nights ; for food corn. * \ thousiiud tons of hay in the ; district is being held up from ; to the coast because of the Ttage. the public utilities com bas been advised, will be given credit for sub • to Fourth Liberty loan bond employees of companies which other states besides ! having their central offices |i( Idaho. telanil board has set October hearing settlers' protests I application of the Malad ■ company. Ltd., to raise its a means of meeting In «instinct ion costs, inn the War Savings stamps jllister schools shows: Gnttn 1UU per cent. $211 and Liberty bond. Intermediate KB.T3 and one $00 Liberty imary grades, $79.70. civilian rifle team finished th place out of a field of teams composed of army, ine corps, cavalry and other Ifle teams, at the national i held at Camp Perry, O. ■ was accidentally shot at ! letting down tiie hammer : his thumb slipped, letting snap, firing the gun. The el at the ankle and wa Font the bottom of his foot, b officer at Boise is makin • for ( leaner milk. Sample various places where milk 5 from the milk delivery shown in some instances 'f mure sediment than the D'' w milk condenser} - , the condensery in th»* «. recently completed liy feast Oondensed Milk /» |'" S I of $-50,000. will be i MbOu to $i2.tKK) Income farmers of Boise valley. 1 firls clul.s of the Star the auspices of the ex l,K,ri of the University of 1 s,, h"ol fair at Star one - which was nn eyeopener ■«miliur wiih the activities *' r * of these associations. ** of Hooding 1« ' 'leant, g with tieniians citizens. The latest ac Wtt of the council of that ' lk up a number of Ger ^hl at the home of "■ a registered German wie, lives seven miles t reported last week 55 disappearance of his a young , nan n f 33. found of the lad un r-smed Churchyard dis Mv floating in the ^ Nature» of the an ^ Baptists, aldwell, October 1 to 4. - -mon and evening given ; lH laymen's orguni r *P' ( ll- v becoming the "^ nt "bh!n the denom Tntnry. '•••grain from Washlng '»' d-ath of Glenn Cal . h| " rn, ' s ' on July 19. his *°®e mistake lias their son is alive. ■v/" 8 "'' » have been «* — L.**' bist week sa miners in - the state . to '"d S40.000 . • r, f l laho for tiie ' '•••re for war A la ms county •»j! ;; i<iah ° 'Vi Pr , e 1 '"O- sue Do u. nro »food. -7,7 n mad* Of $75 < ' a<:0 ' 5 sl,ip - n apple boxes. 7? ro, °red. was T Wv Stp ' ! °' and her nu, *° Un '1c<I in a ^*d<iM James. an automatic 4* v, * ' The shoot J,Df °f the Jolm of -- Montana Wom*^' "' nv «t»ion of the ,nce union was J, (1 hr ' 8tl " n Temper »eek. " el,J "t Helena la 8t The Monta, i„ Slat the Prevention and «•„ A '"* 0 ' lali »" for *is held its annual Jn * ° r Tuherculo ''"a Itfst week. conv '« t «m at Hel * hurley Ml, 1er. }l .. wl *■*'' «*• his cabin " "as fomui 4 *»• ms cahii, . . ,u, *uu having been i M •' n u«-(»ndii, Mont neighbors entered ^ i a respect«) ulif fast 28 year, died las. w^kT,;* '"acouda, 'fiat dates tfo'li I f ,llo " i "K at' ill csinnaieu. " "**r department toi;;";,!;;;; b ( 7' a . u. viK _ »*«•»'. «•«k V«; m s"'/;'- r '•' ,ns >he firs, settlers , r u!J , ' ..... f ............... 1 '■'■«tstown aid "■hose,homestead he...... ....... *" u , eity and very vi'pm i,,o " ,,0rt " f ,h " ! The t'zecho-SlovHh, 'z 'r;:z': .r™ ,Jie,S in Kllr< M'c «ho are serving whtl ,,Ut }'»>' «nd their families. * U '" Mom' 1 w'i K ' TI '° ,nl,so " ,,f Bound,,,). *° « !l ' t reported missile, in ï #bonr •* "«»th ago, is : S ttskill '* <1 in action on , h ' h " v,n * di «» while fighting in the bateau Thierry district I'racticing attorneys, graduates of «fliege» and universities, business men the n arS ''r Perlen< "- suH ' arc some of iems' ,Ue, ' e " rolii "K f, ir the stu . ar,,) T training corps at the «ta e university a, Missoni Mont. Having contributed four sons to the «■'I- all of them now serving on the fighting ime In France, Mr. and Mrs t harles D. Cuzier of Afton. .,yo.. will •»end a fifth son to tiie training camp "* S WM * k - The four now in service volunteered. •I. W. Frizzell, a farmer living near J) Mon, Mont., was painfully- i njuref | «hen a horse he was leuding to water became frightened by a bit of wind aiown paper and struck him in the back with both fore feet knock , and infiictimr ,,71 U °" " 1 and inflicting other injuri»... Tiie hoard of education has voted to grant an increase in salary of $7.30 a month to all the school janitors at Butte, of whom there are about 40. This will make tiie salaries of the «omen doing janitor work S.S7 r,o a month and the salaries of tiie" men $140. Seventy employes of Lihhy-McNeil & Co., just returned from the Alaska fishing grounds were arrested at Se attle by the naval intelligence depart ment charged with attempting to evade the draft. Tiie men were taken j steamer arriving from the from north. Twenty-eight men were yirrcsted by the city police at Butte iti raids on pool halls and other congregating places of men on suspicion of violat ing the work-or-fight law. Most of them were released later, on showing that they were employed in useful oc cupations. William F. Dunn. Leo Daly and Bruce Smith, editors and manager of the Butte Bulletin, charged with sedi tion for publishing an article saying tiie state council of defense has no authority and urging the puldic to dis regard its orders, were arraigned at Helena last week. Mystery in the death of Edward I*. Dniber. brother of a prominent Chey enne merenanr, wriose »tend body was found on tin* floor of his bedroom at the Three Bar Hand,, near Big IMney, ......." " 1 has not been cleared up by the receipt liere of additional details. Death n suited from a pistol sliot. The wotnt'11 of Natrona county, Wyo.. claim the honor of having col lected for the Liberty loan th«> larg**st amount per capita of any county in tiie nation, according to Mrs. C. E. Winter, county chairman. Tiie women of this county turned in $95 per capita, the next highest being $45. Col. Theodore Uoosevelt « ill deliver a patriotic address on "The War and Americanism," in Billings. Mont., on Saturday. Get. 5. The former presi dent Will make only one address en route from New York and Billings and none on the return trip, unless pres- ; ent arrangements are altered. Every mess in Oh nip I-ewis im> been ! ordered to stive every peach suine, ! date se«uis and tiie pits of prunes. \ cherries, apricots, plums and olives : that they may Ik* used in the manu- : facture of gas masks. Tiie order said the need of these ingredients js so ur gent that not one pit should i*e wasted. Fifty peach pits, one pint, are legal tender at a Spokane theater for one , children's admission. The theater management evolved the idea of the ; "peuch pit matinee" to assist tiie go' eminent in its campaign to gather ! fruit pits for gas mask materials. , Draft boards, who through error in j tludr record- believed that they did not have sufficient men available to fill past calls, hut who later find that they have tin* men. must make g,«>d tiie deficiency, tiie adjutant general's department of Idaho inis announced. Hundreds of Montana hoys and girls living in the rural districts of th«* «'ast ern part of tiie state will be deprived of an op|Mirtunity to go to school this year because of a shortage of teach ers. according to Miss May Trumper, state superintendent of public iustru«> -ion. assertspresioent *.—.__ uci i ^ ^ Te " S U ' S- Aims in NeW York Address. _ ' N0 COMPROMISE WITH FOE' , . - — •* Not a Quea °" 0f Comin 9 to Term, "For We Cannot Come to Terms With Them" as -They Have M ode It Impossible." ''V; nrk - Sn ' t - :i " -President Wil the xi'.,'"* n" lm ""'lise audience ill • « trojKiiitan ojiern house here nouse her« ,Wiv - r «» «"' »*«* «mash , . " S " i,r '"'' ! " ls r!,n 1 to "- r > «mit of vv •og war address „f hi, ,„ lrrl , of ,,ia * Mngicd With U„. spirit nreviii... 1 * ! ' Ll ' a ' 'iruggle. the • i-' I. reiterated the purpose* for «h.l, the civilized world B fighting * 1 " ,a,,e 11 I'b.il, that the only peace »« the ,w*ce'„f vu Th - president Showed his faith In nan,,,, by devoting only a few r ,S , ,h - . ..... .... loan. He (le are.l he knew the country would do Ms part. He spoke to a wildly enthusiastic audten,.,, which let him know l,is con lidence would not be misplaced. Text of Addre««. The president simke In |>art as fob lows : My Fellow Citizens: 1 am n«,t here to promote the loan. That will he done "bly and enthusiastically done—bv the hundreds of thousands of lovai anil tireless men and women who hâve un Jet-taken to present It to you and to iur fellow citizens throughout tiie muntry, and 1 have not the least doubt of their complete success, for 1 know their spirit and the spirit of the coun try. ' N'o man or woman who has really taken In what tills war means can (tes tait And It is my mission here to try to make dear once more what tin* war really means. You will ne, si no other stimulation. "We accepted the Issues of the war as facts, not ns any group of men dt lier here or elsewhere had defined them, and we can accept n»> outcome which does not squarely meet and set tle them. ................ j Mon or group of nation The War's Issues. "Those issues are these: Shall tl,e military power of anv na he suffered to ietermi»»* the fortunes of peoples over whom they have no right to rule ex ~ept the right of force? "Shall strong nations he fr<*e to wrong weak nations and make them subject to their purpose and Interest? "Shall people he ruled and dominat p'V even in their own internal affairs, by arbitrary and irresponsible force, Jr bv their own will and choice? "Shull there he a common standard if right and privilege for all pimples and nations or shall the strong do ns 'bey will and the weak suffer without rtMllVSS? "Shall the assertion of right be hap hazard and by casual alliance or shall here he u common entwert to nblig«* lie observance of common rights? "No man. no group of men. chose these to be the issues of the struggle. They are tiie issues of it. and they •mist lie settled by no arrangement or 'ompromise or adjustment of interest 1 « ' ui «»I ill 1 'I t 'I s, mit definitely and once for all and with full and unequivocal acceptance of the principle that the Interest of the • weakest is as sacred as tin* interest of the strongest. Enemy Without Honor. "This is what we mean when we speak of a permanent peace. If we speak sincerely, intelligently, and " itIi a real knowledge and compre hension of the matter we deal with. "We are ail agreed that there can Ik* no peace obtain*'I by, any kind of bargain or compromise with the governments of the central em pires, because we have dealt with , ! 1 them already ami have seen them j deal with other governments that wer« party to this struggle, at Brest-I.itovsk and Bucharest. "They have convinced us that , they are without honor and do not Intend justice. They observe no j covenants, accept no principle hut 1 fore*? and their own interests. Impossible to Come to Terms. "We cannot 'come t* terms' with them. They have made it llnpos«liile. "The - German jK-ople must by (Ms time I* e fully aware th at we cannot accept the word of tho.* who forccil this war upon us. We <1 • > not think the -at nv thoughts or sj K*ll ik the -arae langmi pe of lu'twinoiit. "it i: - of capital hnportan<-e that we should he explicitly ng **d that no peace -hall I*.* obtain«-] h y any kind of coniprouiis** or abatement of the principles we hn\e avow«*d a- the prin riples for which we are fighting. There -h«mld «-xi-t rio doubt ais.ut that. 1 am. therefore, going to take the liberty of shaking with the ut most frankness about the practical im plications that are involved in It. Foe Must Pay the Price. "If it be in deed and in truth the common object of the governments tssociated against Germany and of he nations whom they govern, as I believe it to be, to achieve by the emu lug settlements a secure and lasting I"*«>ce it w |u ^ n<wsaarj . thjt , >SJ 00 down st the pesce table shaU ootne ready and willing to i«y the Pnce. the only price, that will pto CUf e it, and rfady and willing also to create in some virile fashion the only tnatrumantaiity by which it ran be made certain that the agreements of * *** pt**c« will tn* buiiurt'd «uil fulftlltHl "That price U impartial Justice la «■very Item of settlement, no matter whose interest is crossed ; not only 'U|>artlal Justice, lint also the satla factlon of the several [x-oples »,,<•>« fortunes are dealt wlilt. That India-j pensai. ie InstruoientaHt) is « league of nations formed under covenants that util Im» edit iiclouv " Hhont such iusirumeutailty, by wtii.h the peace of the world can be guarniitetsl. |s*ace will rest lu juirt ujsui the word of outlaws and only ui'iti that word. For » fermât,y will have t.. redeem lo-r . liara.-it-r, n->l only h> what tiu|>|N'ii> at the iM-ace tat.Ie hut what follows. And. ns I »ee It, the constitution of that league of nations and Hie elear detinitiou of its objects must lie a part, is in a sense th** ta*»st *-s--»'n tial part, of the pence '.tllemeut it It cannot l»e formed now. If «CH. h cnm:..t t.,- formed now. U formed now. it would i»e 111, rely a new " alliance confined to tie- nations u.-s,,. *iaf*s| against u common enemy. It ls likely that it «.uid i.e formed afti-i that settlement. It Is necessary to guarantee tha |K*ace, and the |M-aee cannot be guar anteed as an afterthought. Tiie reu *on, to s|*eak iu jilaln terms again, «h.v it must be guaranteed Is that there will he parties to the pear* «bos., promises have proved unirtist worthy, and means must lie found In connection with the peace settlement Itselt to remove that source of inse curity . It would he folly to leave tiie guar antee to the subsequent voluntary ac tion of tile government we have seen destroy Uussia and deceive Houiuitula. Particulars of Terms. 1 lies«*, then an* some of tin* par ticulars, und I state them with the greater ('oiifideiice because 1 call state them authoritatively as representing this government's Interpretation of its.own duty with regard to peace : 'T IltST—The impartial Justice metisl out must involve no discrimina tion between those to w bom we wish to lie Just and t,n,s«- to "lioui we do not wish to lie just. It must la* a jus tice that plays uo favorites and knows no standard but the equal rights of the several peoples. "Sh< '< INI)—No special nr separate interest of any single nation or any group of nations ran be made tin basis of any part of tiie settlement which is not consistent with the com mon interest of all. "THIItD- There rut, lie no leagues or alliances or Slawin I covenants aud understandings within th*- general and common family of the league of uu t Ions. "EDI UTH And more sp«*clfica!ly, there can 1 m- do *p«-cial, s.-ltlsli, «-. ,e riomic combination within the league and no employment of any force of economic boycott for exclusion except as th«* power of economic penally by exclusion from the markets of the world may Ik* vested n, 1 1«» league of nations itself as u means of discipline and control. "I ll-'TII—-All International agree ments and treaties of every kind tnu-t ! he made known in tio-lr entirety to i th** rest of the world. "Special alliances and econmic riv , tilrics and hostilities have been the i prolific sources in the modern world | of th«» plans and passions that pr** ! dure war. It would I,»* an insincere | as well as Insecure peace that did not i exclude them iu definite atnl binding terms. ' National purposes have fallen more and more Into tin* background and the common pnr]His,. ,,f enlightened man kind has taken their place. "Plain workaday people hav.* de manded almost every time they came together, and nr** still demanding, that tiie leaders of tlo-ir governments • clare to them plainly what it I-—ex actly what it I« —that they are s.-cg ing in this war and what they think tile items of the final settlement should It*. "They are not yet satisfied "with whot they have been told. They still seem to f«*ar that they are getting what they ask for only in state-men* terms—only in the terms of territorial arrangements and tiie division« of P* w*-r and not in term* <>f broad vision. Justice and mercy and peace and the satisfaction of those d«*«*p ««-ated !**ng ing« of oppr«*sse*l and distracted men ami women and enslav*«! p**«*pl«*s 11, .-« t s**« nt to them the only thing- worth fighting a war for that engulfs the world. "But I. for one, nm glad to attempt the answer again and again In the hope that I ti ,y make it cl* ,r* r that my on«- thought I- to satisfy th*--.* who struggle in th* runks and are. (lerlmns r- entl late It correctly into f - o.cn *",V«oe ilrives' ,-mi t*c effectively utilized an«I «db-nc.-*! .--,ly t « -hi*n:ng t nit every victory of th«* nation* asso ciated against Germany brings the na tions nearer the sort of [»-„n whirh will bring s«*s-urity and recssijf-tmce to ad p.-..pl*-s and make tio* r**<nirr* ri' e of another struggle of pitiless for*-»* and Mofslsh«»d forever inif-is-iMe and that nothing else can. ''Germany is constantly intlmatinr the 'term»' »he will accept; anil al » ays finds that the wogb* ** «mk want terms. It wi.«l#<^ tri uutph of justice an The Day of the Bag □ [ Shopping t,„g* ,„„1 4 ,„ rk Pap, havel ........ -pen-able now that women are busying (lietn-ctves about so many ! things, and e-|Mwially «duce they are Kinking it a rub* to carry small par- • cels for themselves. Already the shops I are beginning to place new ones on | display, anticipating the holidays that always bring a tremendous demand for bags of all kinds This year's busln.-s- is ex|K*ctlng a demand for hags ami for the materials of which they are mad«*, that will <-\c.-rd all previous records For tile mood «Il the public favors useful gifts at holi day time and the bug holds first place among them. It Is in new inoiinttiu»- and trim mings that the new hags differ from those ,,f |„ s( yea r, Metal and celluloid divide honors In frames and mountings for Imth shopping and work hags. Work hags are a trill.* smaller ciu,I,v!hey were or th«»-e mad«* of rib bon and s||k are. Many v«-ry prnrtl on! bag- nr ,. made of cretonne amt lined with sale.tt aud those Intend**«! for daily service in all kinds of weath er tin*) a light weight black oilcloth the liest of material. In the picture the shopping hag at tiie left is mad*- of plain satin and rib ton hrocude am, is mounte«! on a all ,1 , ; ! i , i | ! | i Something New on Fashion's Horizon V Her«- Is something realty 1*1111111111. fairly thrilling tie- Inst word in sets for rn**t**r wear Just »« colored yarns hud •-t.-tbil-hed then,—-|( os ns the »tiitirtesf of trimmings for hm* and other things a new material «» soft as r|lk and a* shiny as glass float***! over the horizon *.f fashion I bis ma ! criai und >:,rn« w.-re -Imply made for «-to* another imalistes discovered It Itiunislliitcly. ami they were Jcdm-d in tills lovely motor set— made for real service, Tlo-re 1* a lint and a hag and tin Irresistible fielt that supjxirts the tmi-eot «II Pari- i- wearing "Nun nett**" mi«.] "Itlntlntln little maid and her mat« yarn, dangle from tht* change <s*nfi*leti* «-- whi! their fair owtu-r fr*>m I, gr*.te *11, ms* pr.>ti-ct !h**r on a gr tin* left « shown In the 1 ' Mire the -f r,.|y a large, -..ft puff Set 1 ful brim that * urr.-s iq* at de. There Is ,1 band about tt ■ «-in h edge with deep l.ut itches of purr 1 " yarn, ami a t*-r of quaint ff-iw.-rs nt the made of the yarn In lighter finishe.1 « totlhole si small * hi, front. al-< (hades. The bug is f,nisi,.sl in tiie same way with buttonh -le stitching and yarn flower* and hang* from a long band that form* a loop for the *rm The same s**rt of band supplie» he twit and this belt might be omit- 1 ,ed. if it were not that Nanuette aud . »er frame with stiver handle It finished with a -liver ta--e|. None of th«** are actually "silver," but they **k«t It and »re best described by 'hat name, although they are of aome cmipo-itlon. Just „s pretty handles frames for shopping hags ai, d irantes r**r shopping hags are made of celluloid in all iwlor». Bags of taffeta, in the aanie color as street fna-ks, are made with these celluloid mountings. I lie bug nt Die right Is of plain satfn rtblsiu five strips jolm-il together form it. Conventional rose» am! leaves are upplhsl to the center strip. There are four of them, cut from green and red satin and outlined with Muck embroidery silk At the rtbtion counter I tags of this kirnt are on dis play with th«* mountings for them. Ttiej are not difficult to make. Hava a Ribbon "Tam." Bands of gray groagratn ribbon wen put together with heavy gray silk em broidery tlm-ads and must to make the crown of one of the "tarn*'' so (Kipular with girl wearers slm-e the visit to this country of the French "Bitte lh*v||s." tassel and velvet headhand added to the put together gray ribbons made a tarn as pretty aa a shop could offer for early full wear. 1 Im Some meat. Itintiiitin must support. It litipi»-,!« I hut a lil». L taffeta frock make« the t.«-st of hack grounds f**t tili« -et. hu* it is Duo!** to Ik* worn with Mi y sort of « ! reel fir, «- fi ud wfl, not clash with any of the quiet fade louable oolui« It Is .-al I.si a motor ~ t hilt uin.v lie «-ouuhs! ii|m*u f,*r other w.nr and I« ettlo-r r.-ally rain pr.s.f or has put up n most sue. .-s-ful muj *wi vliiHug i-ataouffage. t»/ An nt* All in 9 lus. olMUotl little blue r 1 e| m* «sdiiir whi. i<- sbould.-r», t.ut r wnl-t. The »mal <f < »«»Ik-White piqu -pondiu, »UU th* h>r**l in id on th>- otb r of buttiKib P> J I« Practical Blesse. r--er\i. •• a.-»«Is have prodac«*«! a Mouse for wotlM'tt. stri«ffly tal l.'-sign and finish This bloas« of natural i*«ng**e, with patch t«*ckef. turn back cuffs and l.-tachabi# stock collar.