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BOLTS MEETING
WHEN DEFEATED
Washington County Demo
cratic Committee Elects
Delegates to State Con
vention Opposed to Elder.
The Democrats of Washington county
are against Robert H. Elder for na
tional committeeman and opposed to
the boss rule of the Pence-Nugent
Elder machine, which has been at
tempting to rough ride the party and
tone it to accept its ultimatum as to
how to elect delegates to the Pocatello
convention. This fact was established
at a meeting of the Democratic county
central committee held Friday after
noon at Cambridge. The machine was
active, however, there and failing to
control of the regular delega- |
secure
tion which is opposed to Elder, and 1
five committee members with a proxy,
held a rump committee
will attempt to send a contesting dele
meeting and I
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«ration to Pocatello.
The regular meeting was hold at the |
call of the chairman. Eight of the 15 j
members of the committee and one
proxy were represented, including the i
chairman. The following delegates .and
alternates were elected to the Pocatello
convention :
Delegates—K. A. Van Sicklin, Frank
E. Smith, Frank Harris, Charles Rea
vis, J. R. Glascock and T. J. Stephen
son.
Janies Harris, W. Van Sice, Herbert
Reavis, W. R. Hamilton and W. H.
Eckles.
While the delegates are uninstructed
they are anti-Elder and will not sup
port the present national committee
man who is a candidate for re-elec
tion. *
The alternates—Alex Hoolihan,
Resolutions Adopted.
The resolutions adopted strongly in
dorse President Wilson and Governor '
Alexander. The state's chief executive
is urged .to accept re-nomination and
to again give to the state a splendid
business administration. The resolu
tions follow:
"Four years of Democratic national
administration has effected a complete
;
every from the depressed condition
^ 3 2 years of republican rule, and
brought about a reign of unprecedented j
prosperity. Farm producta were never,
higher, interest rates have become low- ,
er. and an era of national development!
is dawning. Our government has ad
vanned to a position of sublime import -
ance even in European affairs and our
leadership of South American republics
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has been greatly increased, therefore.^
•Resolved, that we deplore the un
timely and unAmerican criticism of
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our governments foreign policy, which.
criticism was embodied in the. résolu - 1
lions adopted by the Republican mass
convention of the Republicans t , f |
Washington county on March 24, and 1
we heartily indorse the dignified and
forceful
courageous yet
which we have beei
mai
lerved from
in
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war's horrors.
■Resolved, that
our faith
ve renew
in President Wilson's ability to safe
guard the American people when so
large a part of the world is engaged
in brutal warfare, and declare our be
lief that he will take his place in his
tory along with Washington, Jefferson,
Jackson and Lincoln.
'Resolved, that we deem it of ut
most importance that the present ad
ministration he retained and to that
end we instruct our delegates
Pocatello convention to work
times toward the renomination of
Woodrow Wilson.
Strongly Indorse Governor.
"Resolved, that we recognize Go\
nor Moses Alexander a chief executive
tho affair» of ills !
a thoroughly businesslike
manner. Being seriously handicapped
by elective state officials of the Re
publican faith, who have thwarted im
portant reforms, he has taken the is
sue squarely before the people of the
ges,
the
to
.il!
at
...
who has conducted
office in
state and by force of public opinion
has effected
any important chi
de has used his
e 1
power to i
ney for the taxpayers!
large sums of
of the* state and by his leadership cr
ated a statewide sentiment
•re
c
economical expenditure
and municipal affairs,
desire for lower taxes
?iency in government.
"Resolved, that
n state, count.
With a si:
and more
And he it
cere
effi
ve press Govei
Alexander to accept renomination for
a, second term, and call upoi
ters of Washington county to rally to
his support and to vote f. r state and
county officials in harmony
ioi
ith his I
he vi
views.
••Resolved, that we deplore the at-Jt
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CUT Chewing—the Real Tobacco Chew, new cut, long
shred. Get a pouch ! Notice how the salt brings out
the real tobacco taste; how it satisfies without grinding;
how long it lasts.
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tempt of a few of the so-called leaders
of the Democratic party of this state
who are attempting to build up a
party machine and dominate the poli
ties of the party without regard to the,
wishes of the rank and file of its meru
bers.
"Resolved, »hat we renew our faith
in the principles of the Democratic
part >. the party which has always
d by the masses and a pain at the
enrichment of few at the expense
st«
the common people, and express our
utmost confidence that, this year will
witness a complete state and national
victory for our party,
MEETS AT KUNA
Goes on Record Against
Water Power Bill and
Milk Pasteurization.
f year. Among
were the fol
meetlng of the Pomona Grange
held Prld;iy at Kuna.
( , (t oon!)idering the ,-rush
universal at this time o
An interesting and enthusiastic
was
ell attend
if farm work
the resolutions adopted
lowing:
"Resolved, That the secretary of the
Pomona Grange of Ada county be in
structed to write t
Smith and McCracken, urging
to vote against the Shields water power
member of the
vrite personal iel-i
Representatives
them
aml th . Jt
fl ^ ed to ,
" f I(ke na ture
' .. R(lso ' tv( , d Thal the Pomona Grange
collnty prutest ugi u„st
., sc . llclnc hy pecuniarily
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teurization of milk through action b>
Ht;|te lo * islaturo , making it cun,
P ulsor >'- The grange bodies have
" Mnil,,0 {J 1,1 u u 1)0 '. . .
states where pasteurization is resulted
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factory W« regard with disfavor class
legislation and call upon each and
every member of the honorable body
representing the people of Idaho to .e
fuse consideration of measures nav
each
don that in
ich animus.
ing s
•Resolved, By the P
(<f Adt
instructed to comm
reclamation officials, asking that they
Grange
iiinu
■rotary be
county, that ot
it li the
I irate
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the city during this
on the different grounds during the fol
to the big
field meet of all the schools at teh
take up the <|uestion of utilizing- the
SSSHSrH
able
part of
the farms in every
the district."
By motion
>f the above com
F. E.
mtion
•pies
munication are ordered sent t«
Weymouth, United States reel*
Franklin K. Lane, s
servie«
d the interior, at Washing
P
PHYSICAL DIRECTOR WILL
PAY VISIT TO SCHOOLS
Dr. Marshall, physical director of the
ill visit the schools of
eek for the pur
ith the
-f fa
play g
1 athletics that will be held
1
ing week,
preliminary
school park later in the
ion th.
Lincoln—Monday, 2:30 p.
Tuesday, 30:30 a. m.
30 p.
Longfellow
Whittier Tuesday
Park—Wednesday,
Washington Thursday, 10:30 a. m.

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'entrai- Thursday. 2:30 p.
m.
iarlicld — Friday, 2:30 p.
m.
Capital Water Company Patrons
Are notified that the recent order of
the public* utilities commission
not provide for a half-set
water ordered July first
rentals will
ate for
)r later. Full
be collected for water
rued on at such time.
Adv.
Mil
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The Predicted Reductions in
Operating Expenses Have
Not Been Made.
That there i? to be no decrease in j
the operating expenses of tin* state
land department in the future as had
been expected and it is claimed was!
virtually promised, is said to be evi
dent from the fact that the payroll
has been increased $150 per month by j
the addition of the name of W. M. Me- j
Kendrick, a former accountant with '
the state tax commission, when that .
body was in existence. Mr. McKen
drick has been employed by the state j
land board at the salary stated above ;
and has been under its employ for the i
past few days. He is engaged taking !
care of the 40-year payment extension ;
plan.
In fact the land department since
'moving from the capitol annex to the
main capitol building has already
er its present quarters and
haH anne xed additional territory in the
swarmed
f '
•apitol.
f the
employe and an assist
are engaged in the handling
state law library wing
There the new
f the
am
extension business.
is announced
ago It
that the state land department would
evised as to greatly reduce its
and reduce its
S«m
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'Uving of the
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b
Maintenance
of
Later the reorganization plans
decided to
ere perfected.
*e the department from the annex
tu the main building and the insura
?nt was moved out of the east j
this change
vas made the
U
m<
■e *
capitol s
After it
mule.
urprised to learn that in - |
nf decreasing '.he payroll and ■
was an i
ages of j
ere raised and !
that even others were added. Reports
have come from the land board to the j
effect that the force has been working)
overtime in order to handle the great- j
increased business and that if it !
stead
the force, the
that the
cutting di
increase in both;
some of the employes
\y
» addltii
be placed on the
The looked-for reductions j
cm- i
<-pt
on
,,,,
payroll.
have, therefore, not materialized.
POCATELLO TO GIVE
WELCOME TO WOMEN
■ill give the "Flying
Squadron" of suffragists representing
'ongressional Union for Woman
Suffrage an enthusiastic welcome next
Wednesday. This message was brought
to Boise today by Miss Vernon, one of
the well known members of the union
who came to Idaho in advance of the
special to arrange for the
d who returned j
the Gate City this morning.
"A v iangomonts were made at Po
catedo for a mass meet ug V-edmsdavi
evening," sa.i<' Misa Vernon It
held i
H. «'leave, representing the
deliver the address of welc
Mrs. Drew W. Standrod will preside. A
reception committee of club women will
hen the
arrives and take the visiting
suffragists in autos furnished by the
Commercial lub, to the club rooms
where the mas« meeting will be held."
tlir
j,
etings at
Boise and Pocatello, î
i rorn
vill be
the I'ommiMual cc»
>oms. W.
yor. will
re
*t the Flying Squadron
JEFFERSON COUNTY
DELEGATES NAMED
(Capital Spivs Special Service.)
Rigby, May 6.—The Jefferson county
Democratic central commitlee met here I
Wednesday end elected It' delegates
with half a vote each to the state con
vention. They are about equally divid
ed between Klder and Day. The ' 's \
faction wilt probably be headed b.v
Messrs. Ellsworth and Hill and the I
Eider faction by Mr. Gibson and Dr.
Jones of Roberts.
One Year Ago in the War.
May 7. 1915—Steamship Laisi
tania sunk by German submar
ine with loss of nearly 1200 lives,
including neaxly 100 Americans;
Germans and Austrians claimed
Russians were in full retreat in
West Galicia; Repeated attacks
by Germans on British at Ypres
repulsed with heavy losses;
French deputies, amid cheers,
unanimously voted huge war
credits nsaed by the ministry.
Goodrich Livery & Idaho City Stage !
office has moved to cor. 6th and F-ont I
My 7
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tôhe MARKS CO.
K001 KLOTHES FOR THE HOT DAYS
KOOL KLOTHES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR MEN AND THE YOUNG FELLOWS, EVERYTHING FROM
HEAD TO FOOT TO MAKE YOU COMFORTABLE DURING THE HOT SPELL.
This Store is Headquarters
for Fadeless Blue Serge Suits
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Nearly 500 Blue Serge Suits on our racks for you to pick from. All the
newest models as well as the new conservative models for Men and Young
Men.
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$ 15 , $ 20 , $ 25 , $ 30 , $35
KOOL SUITS
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PANAMAS At
$3.00
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Shepherd Plaids and
checks of nice worsteds,
Real Panama Hats in
all the new and stylish
shapes. These will
wear equal to the
high priced Panamas,
but are not as fine.
Other Panamas at $5
and up.
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unlined coats, belted
back, nobby and stylisn
models. Jump into one
of them and see how
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$15
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SHIRTS
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Our large stock and reserve stock makes this the largest
shirt department in Idaho. You'll find here the greatest
variety to select from.
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Special Values in Athletic Shirts at
$1 and $1.50
Special Values Golf and Negligee at
$1 and $1.50
full Cut Work Shirts 50c, 2 for 95c
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All this week we
will sell all styles of
OVERALLS
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$ 1.00
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OUR HAT DEPARTMT
Top heavy with big assortments of the season's newest headwear—Stetson, Dunlap. Borsalina, Crofut and Knapp—all
contribute their best styles to make this a complete Hat Department and a style show for hats by itself.
PRICES FROM $1.50 TO $5 FOR FELT HATS
Khaki Sertfe Norfolk
Suits $15.00
Pure Silk Shirts
$ 5.00
Work Gloves $1
The Gloves we are selling at $1 will
surprise you. Either Gauntlets or reg
ular gloves. There's no better wearing
gloves made.
An ideal Outing and all around Suit.
Also heavy Kkaki Serge Suits, finest
quality at
Some beautiful patterns in pure silks,
and the price is low for the quality.
$25

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