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JJie Idaho Recorder.
tablish ED 1886 8ALMON, IDAHO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 18*8 VOL. XXXIII, NO. 4 We itkink rs the United WarVörk Cam n for huts m 4 o u r fir I I It costs us 24 billion to keep him equipped and only 170 million to keep him smiling. Let's do Ms I . Y YOUR SHOULD GIVE E AS MUCH AS YOU EVER BEFORE. . , . . „„ _ need is for a sum 70 per cent er than any gift ever asked for the war began: The Govern-! has fixed till« sum at $170 500 I giving to these seven orgamza ail at once, the cost and effort in additional campaigns is saved.) aless Americans do give twice as as ever before our soldiers - 0 ) 1 «. ™ a .. not' onW ilurin? five sailors may not enjoy during their 3600 Recreation Buildings 1Ù00 Miles of Movie Film Leading Stage Stars :2000 Athletic Directors '2500 Libraries supplying millios hooks 16 Hostess Houses 13,000 Big-brother "secretaries" Millions of dollars of home com s forts en you give double you moke that every fighter has the cheer comforts 0 f these seven organi a club and an athletic field— a knowledge that the folks back i* winning the war.! X local committee for the allied land drive, which takes place!who i*r 11-18, has secured the co- ; don of the Woman's commit- 1 Council of Defense, Mrs. J. J. ::y. chairman, in pushing the ,0 a successful conclusion, in °C the handicap of quarantine uons. worn* n will assist in collect *®ds locally and will also seek •fotise interest and enthusiasm cause, especially for the ac in which women war work u c engaged. * known of these organiza- i 18 the Y. W. C. A. which for ! n •«ir» ha s been carrying on in a work for women and, ' «iniilar to that conducted by A *■ C. A. for boyB and men. ^ most famiUar war activity of ! ^ C. A. has been the estab ^ of hostess houses at the ar in this country. These ' Provide a homelike atmos »here soldier boys mav meet ^'r mothers, wives, sisters or when they come to the! .^o visit. The women visitors «he hostess houses proper ac-j at reasonable cost, ' may remain near the foI in case of sickness. w. WäiS»^i^!r , JÄ THOSE GALLANT MEN WHO WEAR HORIZON BLUE, THOI FRQNZ K11 EP 1LUS WHO ARE ENTERING UPON THEIR FIFTH TER OF THTSwAR—TTFET'AUTT THÈ 'MEN v WHOKK(lW THE 8 LUXURY OF A CUP OF HOT SOUP, A PIECE OF BREAD, A STOVE TO. glT BY AND . WORD OP rHEER b ' w KU JF CHEER. THINK OF A NATION WHERE EVERY ABLE-BODIED MAN OF LESS THAN FIFTY HAS BEEN UNDER ARMS FOR FOUR LONG YEARS AND MORE. THINK OF A NATION WHICH HAS SUFFERED AS HAS FRANCE. THEN YOU WILL KNOW WHAT THE HUTS ARK MEANING ...... ' ..........~ ~ .......' TO TH E FRENCH, AND WHAT THE HUTS ARE MEANING TO OUR FIGHTERS OVER TH ERE. . . IT WAS REQUESTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF FRANCE, OFFIC IALLY, THAT AMERICAN MAINTENANCE OF MORALE BE EXTENDED TO THE ARMIES OF THE FRENCH. CHEERFULLY IT WAS UNDER TAKEN, IN SIMPLE JUSTICE FOR OUR SPLENDID DEBT OF GRAT I TU DE. * ! AND SO YOU SEE THESE HUTS TODAY, HUNDREDS OF THEM: WHERE FRENCH AND AMERICANS STAND SIDE BY SIDE. HOLDING OUT A HAND OF FRIENDSHIP TO THE WAR-WORN, GRIZZLED MEN WHOSE FIGHTING SPIRIT IS AN INSPIRATION TO OUR YANKS. FOYER DU SOLDAT THEY CALL THE HUT-HEARTH OF THE SOL DIER—THE NEAREST APPROACH HOME UPON THE ROADS TO BAT I 1 LE. t "THE SUPPORT AND COMFORT OF YOUR FOYERS," SAYS GENER -,AL MANGIN. "HAS BEEN AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE A TREMEN DOUS PHYSICAL COMFORT AND MORAL SUPPORT, AND HAS GI\hN THF SOLDIERS THAT FEELING OF HOME WHICH HAS BEEN S' i TI1E SOLDIERS THAT FEELING OF HOME W HK H MUCH LACKING/' YOUR FOYERS," SAYS CLEMENCEAU, BEEN S<) CONSTANTLY KSTAB HE FRONT AS IN j MUTED IN THIS WAR FOR FREEDOM. OUR FIGHTERS STAND BE gj EE THE SOLDIERS OF FRANCE. UNITED IN THIS CAMPAIGN KOI! VICTORY! f\. XHE v. W. C Rosalie C. Stringfellow for the thousands of women workers have flocked to " ,unitl °?; facturing centers, and to M, aah.ng ton to enter government service. by [erecting and maintamig dormiton.., restaurants and recreation rooms for their accommodation I ty. The leaders of this work realize' that contact with good women and : girls under wholesome conditions with proper supervision is a and with proper supervisai « " factor in the training of the soldier. i hoys and in «.he character d m\ [> ! ment of the girls iori*"^*** ' t . ! These activities have been extenu ed to France and are being develop. e( j there as extensivly as funds will [allow. With earnestness and high ! purpose, the Y- W. C.Ç. to .meet the problems of the war. -P ially as they relate to women and ' girls, and their operation.» in 1 > field of usefulness are limited only by the money and workers vhieh 'he [country places at their disposal. , n t his. as in other forms of .tit« j st i r work there is a beneficial to ac tion on the workers. The »»Hier so'boys are finding their lives enriched ! mentally, morally and ' the service poured out .a lives enriched physically, bv for them bv Y. W. and Y. M C. A and the al ! 2a '«ÄW" i »' ker * 10 this service are laying up for them-! selves "a far more exceeding :\rd eternal weight of glory" as they learn the true meaning of life, i's oDDOrtunitie« and responsibilities, as ! perhaps they never knew it before, we who "only stand and wait." in a measure of ser - measure of the spiritual b» n » enj0 ved bv those who have of the' immeasurably greater gift [TiJ. uZ of lhe ir lives True Principle of Humanity Liberty, equality—ha 1 1 rt: * The onlv true principle f -r humanity ' and Justice toward* the fee ne cesKi.rily protection <r . in ■* Gr e atly ßcnefitted by Chamberlain', Tablets. , am thankful for the good I have received bv using Chamberlains TabRts About two year* ago when j bepan taking them I was suffering a Krf . aI deal from disttw after jng and m indigestion liver. Chamberlain'» and a torpod liver. Chamberlain'» a * gh ^ a nd since taking two bot ' tIes 0 f them my health has been ^ writes Mrs. M P. Harwood Auburn. N. Y • « r* tic» For sale by E G. Het THE GOLDSTONE TO BE REVIVED The old Goldstone mine, carrying $40 ores in large boUie» ns developed b> J. A. Turnblad« and Ids partner, \Y. F. Davis of Montana, Is i u bo re vivod under Messrs, Turnblade A I>i*% » -v who have the jproperty under Wuul and lease and flm<> on Monday wok out from the Pioneer store $6oÿ Wörth of supplies for their opera tHjns during the, cof.dng «Inter, Which is to tqclu !^ fbe collection of ; WÎJirh is to tqcludt} the coll wood and otheV nfa^eTliils dAtrles ten staniflb' mu' a The udll circular There are altogether two \wik-s of tunnels on the Goldstone It an old mine but the new owners, whnjta QUired tlH-. property from Richard Oles of Great Fnlls, have done a large portion of this extensive devel opment. Through the winter they Will work will» n small force but a capacity gang will go on early In the year or Hprtng, to make the Gold* •tone, what they think It should be, • real producer of wealth. PROCLAMATION WHEREAS : The chemical war [tare service of the United Stale« has I made a request upon the people throughout the United States to save fruit pits and nut shells to be used ta the production of carbon of super ior quality which serves as an ab ■orbent of the poisonous gaaea In the gas masks; and, WHEREAS: One million pounds Lot this carbon Is required dally for i<he ust of our soldiers to save them Whin the deadly poison of our re fsnfless and Inhuman foe, It 'is re '''-^nested by the national warfare ser »tee to set aside a certain day for the gathering of pits and nut shells in grde'r to save many lives on the battjefront; and. NOW. THEREFORE, I. Moses Alexander, Governor of the state of Idaho, d<> hereby »..•) aside and deslg nater-November fl, 1918, as GAS MASK' DAY. and I urgently request and appeal to every man, woman and child In the state of Idaho to make every effort on that day to gather nuts and pttH of all kind* of all fruits and lake them to aoçne cen tral point in each county or city and turn them fiver 'tu the Red F rosa or -lixatloiu of ifaeir roirMfcguttiw. Es lat -attention Is directed to those *£1' 3*. '''"T. ~ Th.Te" nre'Valnm commenitles wture tmre arp walnut |tree« BO , hat thf , BtlinP rnHy no , RO to waste and the product thereof may he dedicated to the noble work of saving the lives 0 f our boys who arP giving their all for liberty andi a ( > nK , cncv j , «very woman and child of our I - wonian an(J m,<1 >r OUF slate forget all other work a nth du tien on November 9th ami c illect this essential substance and thus ef fectunlly help orr net: m in tide rri ; and. struggli ! in TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I haVo hereunto «et rm hand arid have paUMf .,, ,| l( ( ; rPal S( . ; ,i ,, r «täte . ff , ,k*\K at Ilol ' , hilfv n «, ,h ' C *T U1 , of Ul ''! > d iv of October in the Ixird ( »no Thousand Nine if our , Fi „ h , „_ ' M A | i. \ y\DFn Cov n-r i ' $53.550 FROM WOMEN. CHILDREN Mrs. .1 F. Melvin, countv chair f all "° n Leadore Hundred 1.050 ^ : >.550 $13,000 j WAR CAMP COMMUNITY WORK [ The War Camp Community K< r vice is an official part of our govern ment working under the commission on training camp activities In the en virons of our camp* in t*il« country Through the mothers, father* and ! young people of communities adjar ent to camps there is given to the men ci-an wholesome amusements and the home touch which every par relative« Churches take special r »poaaiblUtj for hospitality on Sun day afternoons and with other organ izations give .well chapwtaed tie» and reception» where our boy« may meet girl» and older women The hospitality committee see« that hom ^ ? a re opened to men in uni fonn Thf . w C H ha« 99 clubs hn , <u an(i community house*. Next c ^ ^ .... — r)wi * a >iig - aK couot> . aErKU i,ural ag .nt of I-tnhl county. Mr NH»on was am*« inted early thi* year vear's budget call* for work and f-quipment in 312 cities. The W. C. peed* $15,000.006. ALICE L. MEREDITH, _ COUNTY AGENT RESIGNS A. Nelson write* from St. that he ha« apt« Inted e Thp doctor}l arf . «till the bu*i««t inhabitants, hut they report a abatrnw -nt in influenxa at dn^ld^d abatemf^i throuKbont the community. GERMAN SURRENDER ,H Marshull Koch, The word A message received In Salmon »es terday afternoon by The Recorder office (old of (be German surrender had been Hashed ail over the world a lit tie earlier und It reached .Salmon by way of Mackuy ami May, having been sent from the Pahstmaroi by *° Artnatead wus Mis. Roy Herndon. "I knew your out of aer " Mai. Herndon aaid, "and 1 call ed yuu up t<T let nil the people know." Thig newspaper at once posted the * n d asked the telephone of ni,K in or " han,) <*nd hat In the other proclaiming the mt» in his best voice, and using emphatic language to ejpress admiration for President Will <n. With tears streaming down flee to keep it going over all the line» touching the switchboard, at the «aine time calling up the forest fftce to spread the glad tidings abroad throughout the mountain country. All this was done, to the great Joy of people living as far away a« a hundred miles from Sal mon as well as our own tnwnspeo pie, who actually knew what had been done before the hour It was known In Washington, not reckoning the difference In lime. The ringing of the city fire bell and Its Joyful peals were at once taken up by the tongues of the school and church bells, all chiming in gladness at the same time. Men and women forgot their weary vigils over Hie sickness that prevailed In the city and tame out on the streets An auction was going on at the time at Hie Mutliewson " ham. It had to st op. The crown gathered there gave forth many a hurrah nt the Joy ful news. More than a score of au tomobile» wire Siam gathered along the main thoroughfare of the city their occupants all eager to hear par ticulars of the surrender. Details, however, were larking further than ftiat the surrender was unconditional, carrying *wltb It all the armament and military and naval equipment of the German na ttaB, leaving the allies to fix the «ta tu« of thi ? " cdnqWTCd people «ml the price to" lie paid by ' »hem for th* greid war. It should he said that Frank Will lams, who has a boy In Franc«, was the leading spirit In starting these demonstrations us he set out with Ills face Mr William« «(muted: "I «hall «ec my boy again " Then the «(nun of the Rid Cross came out at the old headquarter« In the Pioneer building where they bmught forth tiie Salmon service (lag «bowing It h eight golden «tan», placing tin «allie over the top of Mi«« Lh ru HhoupV tiulotnohlle In waiting'. Into which a carful of theae devoted w-Miten were be«towed. Thi« w«s all done spontaneously, when other car« wer* lii-iti» decorated a they came out upon the hire* !«, all a iieinbllng at the pavilion Here Un bend ulso tn'-t and began to din course patriotic munie, when a has tily arranged program lor a parade «u« carried out, with the kniid plac id aboard Walt Vitalen« Iripk. S< v eral hundred person» followed In the line ln automobile» and af*«it, all waving Hags »and cxpre:-»)ng tji< ir Rr ,. u , j,,j By general consent W H Shoup |IK> ^ U p In, leadership in organizing inot only this feature of tin célébra ion hilt also a bon fire that came off in Liberty ( enter at night, when ev erybody that could com* out did so if ho hud not remained from the h< ginning of the patriotic outburst, Half a dozen wagon load* of wood, hove« and brush made the greatest hlaz* that this part of the Rocky Mountain region ever -aw Telephon* message» in th* »Mer noon confirmed th< first new» given >h* non tin*, a wire trom congre*» man Smith told at th< un* ond.tional »un* nd* r Tin» was read b> W C. Shoup. to the crowd still remaining the street. Swinging high as Hainan was an ffigy of the kaiser suspended over]» th* figure showing the withered arm and pitchfork prong» of roustaeh. gar- Th* kai**r was burn-d to that mark the bated fi ixcellent I^rnhi valley ranches, lo rated about 4 finish ANOTHER FINE RANCH i Frank Marron ha» »old through the Kelly agency hi* ranch of ÎV> 'acre*, with tta stock, including fine herd of cattl for $14,000 to Albert Kerry, Thi» is one of the very Baker, in the same locality of the Matt Ste wart and other land*. Mr K<-rr> mile* above »ill move from the Muldi hi«. new hcmie an ^ pf wtta to jgy - rood ri-Uenv Fork to! DEATH TOLL FROM RAVAGES OF "FLU ft ir JOHN WILL BROWN John Will Brown, lately engaged In farming but who recently »old hi* property to the Mayfield Live Stock company with which later he wa« connected, died on Sunday lust at home of ht» father In-law, Harry White, In Salmon, a victim of Influ nz«. For thi» family has come the 11 meaaure of affliction, find In the •mb of Arthur E. Everett, another «on in-law, three day* before; In the ho/pital illne*« of the wife of Ur. Brown, from which *he only recover ed in time to return home from Portland and find her huaband ill, and fin»lly ln # the IIIschh of four otli r member» of, the same household, including Mr White and three of their children. all except Mr*. Brown, being Influenza patient*. Mr. Everett passed away October 81 In ht» 88th year. In her «ore trial* Mr*. White ha» been the matnatay of the home, having eacaped the epidemic. Mr. Brown wa» a genial gentle man. a general favorite In • wide Ircle of friend». Their one child I* «on, Stanley, in bi« eighth year, who with the two little girl* and the young *on of the White family, are «till suffering from the malady. Mr. White, who had a hard struggle, wna able to be up and about the house early thi« week. The old home of Mr. Brown wa« In loiFayette county, Mo., hl« birthplace 30 year* ago. He ha« two «later« here, one the wife of Walter Brown and the other Miss Nannie Urown. John Brown han to ht» credit an art that stand« out In Ida history In letter« of gold, (n hia ranch home one frlghfufly cold night a little oy er two year» ago the report came to him that nn unfortunate man had been caught out In the mountain* and would likely perUh In the blind ing blizzard then raging if rescue «ere not afforded. The place was In the rugged hill» above Tendoy Where the man had been herding a flock of Counter's »heep, Through n blinding snow Mr. Brown set forth and finally ran upon the herder ly ing apparently llfele«« la a gully, with »now hl« only covering. In the zero temperature« prevailing for hour« before be had wandered aim lessly to find the way out but fall ing had given up from sheer .__ tlofi The hefple«* body was put up on the horse which Mr Brown had ridden to the rescue and carried to his home where r»*torat!vea brought the first evidence of remain ing life to the victim of the cold. That was Christoff Niel» >n. a man alive to this day, and carrying on a profitable »hoe repairing busi ness in Salmon, «till very much a man though bereft of both feet and the lower portion of Id* leg*, which were frozen off at that time. Among all Hi*- oth'-r »liicere moi rners af I John Brown's untimely death thero P none that feel it more keenly than Christoff NteUon. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon, the Istdy being encljsed In a cement grave In the Salmon cemetery. so YOUNG WOMAN TAKEN Mi. a Habra Melvlna Griffith, aged 18 y< ars, died in Salmon November tih of pneumonia, following an at tack nl influenza. ID-r step parent«, Mr and Mr» NH» Croney, came hi re fi ni Idaho Fail» anil »he made lu r home with tin m In Brooklyn. MRS. VAN 8TRATT Mr» Agn*w Van Strait, wile of ChrU Van Strait passed away at 7:3h thi» morning fr« ! n the effect« of influenza illtie«». She had b*en 111 about two week». Mr * Van Str«'* w..» w* II known In tin charity work and activities of the city Her father and mother !.''r* Mr and Mr*. Jam*-* Hemphill, also prominent resident« of Salmon. Beside her parent* »fa i husband she leave» an only son, Walter, to deeply mourn her death. . • UM C. ,Uni MR. AND MRS STOVER. Milton Stover and his wife, wbo^ until last ye«r wen resident» of ShtfA mon. where the husband had chary* of the Htu-iehakw *ftlere»t », are b*tb (had from InfltMM'J / 8» at thrir Idaho Fail» ) «■«• ' V bin a few if' Wtf ving Infant tvtiu. i jon a visit h*r< two over]» friend from hi» hope "***"" fi trip. MRS WILBUR HAYS. Mr Edith Pyeatt H*>*. wife of Wilbur Hay« and daughter of the Lite Riley J'yi-mV, died November 7th at her home above the 17voile farm. In the T^unhl valley She was i--*— -- , ,t i*»v«i be about 85 ye «? « »id .. her husband two »mail children. AN EFFECTIVE HOMe reme dy for influença ! Flare on the throat and la *** (clothe« wruh* M« at hoilhj in which ha» be-n P u! . '».. ap -----, L r to! der vinegar, and Î or 3 tahle*oo*S«f l-entine Vhta * [by Dr G A Tcanttu.* of | Spring. Montana