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THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE
KSTAHI.ISHKI» 1805 CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors. J. B. M CULP, Editor. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. TERM S : .* 1.00 Oh* Year. îr paid in advance. Six Months. Single Copier. To all subscribers outside of th( States 11.60 per year. .50 .6 United "Entered April 28.1903, at. Rathdrum. Ida ho, as second-class matter, undei Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. • • - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war A * The Hun ruler is shouting "kamerad," but his cry should go absolutely unheeded by the entente governments until his troops in the field have laid down their arms to the allied forces and his military power is utterly broken. There can be no ultimate victory for the entente until such a result is obtained. A ruler and a nation that use power to exter minate or enslave neighboring peoples and to obtain world dominion must be shorn of that power. According to the general pub licity committe of the Twelfth fed eral reserve district, America has not begun to feel the burden of providing the government with The committee sltated war funds, on September 22 that the ratio of our national debt to the total wealth of the nation was thed only five per cent, as compared with Germahy's 3 7 per cent, France's 37 per cent and Great Britainfs 45 per cent. Comparitively America's finances have as yet been scarcely touched by the war. It is a mistake to slacken speed because the goal is in sight. Theie must be no slowing down until the Buy bonds. race is won. PROGRESS OF THE WAft. The news of the last week teil of continued allied advances on a 1 fronts except in Italy. The armies of the central powtrs are in reteat in Asiatic Turkey and on the Mace doniau line. In the west the Can adians took Cambrai Tuesday and on • Wednesday the German armies be tween Cambrai and St. Quentin were reported io full and disorderly retreat before the British, French aud Americans. The Germans are liurn ing villages and thoroughly devastat ing this part of France as they retire eastward toward their Valeuciehnes Sedan line of defense. If the allied pressure aud the French aod Ameri cin advance in the Champagne and Argonne toward Sedan continues the Germans may be compelled to fall back to the Meuse, their last pre pared position west of the Rhine. The kaiser, in hope to give bis ^iard pressed troops time to recuperate and make a new stand, bad bis new chancellor appeal to President Wilsoo to induce the entente governments to grant an armistice and open negotia tions for peace. President Wilson answered asking the German govern ment to explain more fully ^tud stating there could be no cessation of hostilities while German troops con tinue lu occupy invaded soil. The entente powers, flushed with success, and incensed at the atrocities com iuitied by Germany's army and its continued pulley of laying wiltste h' euch cities, villages and farms, are in no mood for peace at this time except that of unconditional surrend er. Liberty Loan Subscriptions. Up to Oct. in, only 30 per cent of the six billion fourth Liberty loan had been subscribed In the Dation. The San Francisco district, which includes the northwestern states, had raised 38 per cent of its quota, Oregon had raised 70 per cent, Idaho 56, Washington 54, Utah 50. Kootenai county bad raised approx imately $330,000 of its $400,000 quota. Rathdrum precinct had subscribed $16,500 of the $26,000 quota, or 63 per cent, according to figures obtained yesterday afternoon. The list of fourth Liberty loan subscribers of Ratbdrum precinct, given out for publication up to last evening, fol lows: a *1000 Stewart Young *500. Halmar Glslesen J. A. Welch *400 •lohn M. Mickey Roscoe E. Young Thomas Bates (300 9. E. Beggs *200 W. E. Brace Fred H. Bradbury H. H. Mitchell John Bogs James Jacet Nels Nelson *250 John Papendiek Rathdrum Elec. Co. *150 Marie Warze ha Geo. R. Woolery S. A. Weaver *200 Robt. A. Krueger T. L. Quarles Ida M. Tyler W. C. Griffith Mary J. Aldrich (too *100 E. G. Greenup Mrs. J. W. Post Chester Lancaster Lawrence O. Swenson W. A. Cochran A. D. McDonald G. B. Smith Frank A. Morris Geo. V. Morris C. E. Gillespie Jas. J. Feely Chas. Wendler Alta McIntosh Mlles F. Egbers Mrs. Thos. Bates E. Q. Stoddard Arthur Foster Jacob Blemond D. F. Hollister Harry T. HutcLInsou Louis A. Larsen Matilda Malanya Peter Meyer Elise Papendiek H. D. Boynton E. W. Suge Jack Cowie Mrs. R. E. Young A. E. McIntosh Ellen B. McIntosh J. R. M. Gulp Chas. P. Evans I. Schott L. J. Hartlecode E. A. Swanson *50 $50 Mary Cochran Blanohe Drennan D. D. Drennan Lester Ernsberger Elizabeth Esch Jean Krueger Clifford Malanya Bessie V. Meyers Chester Pistorious Roscoe Satchwell O. W. Stone H. M. Stoutenburg Geo. W. Beckman Harry J. Bradbury H. L. Bradley Maitland Bradney Fred B. Obambard Chas. W. Culp Willhclmlna Krueger Dewet Bradbury O. G. Farnsworth Mrs. L. A. Kruger Curmeu Layton Clorln Layton Edna Layton M. B. Layton Virginia G. Layton Sam O'Donuell Ernest Reiniger H. R. Saunders John A. Scarcello W.H. Stoutenburg C. A. Culler C. F. Lathrop Hobart Ü. Austine R. F. Schaefer J. A. Deremore Frances M. Wenz William Neustel James Crowley L. L. Goodrich Dora House Mildred L. Sanders Mrs. M. Goodrich T. N. Wisdom A. T. Gaston Paul Reiuiger S. L. Farnsworth Fred B. Post Joseph Poirier Maud Stoddard Martina Uletnond John Reeio Howard Kllugci John Grocu Goldie Saunders C. T. Sage E. It. Satchwell G. C. Finlay C. K, Powell W. H. Howell W. Barnes G. W. Finlay Adolph Klinger Stella Thompson I). P. Weir Elmer Evans L. A. Kruger H. L. McDuffie Pearl G Brier Clara Tautenhahn J. W. Burrell E. H. Bradbury G. A. Laird John Nelson W II. Overbey J. D. Cunningham Harry Cady W. E. Chandler Lena Cochran Geraldine Irwin J. D. Kieler John Knoble, Jr. Mrs. J. F. Reutlier J. L. Towusley Marie Beach Mrs. Margaret Scott John Ernsberger F. L Farnsworth Lottie C. Farnsworth Wallace C.Farnsworth Andrew Howell Noel H. Taylor M.M.Senccnbaugli H. E. Shirk C. F. llorell E. It. Satchwell John Brophy D. A. Thomas Martha Flemming Geo. W. Flemming Otto H. Meyer Martin Meyer Henry Meyer Ben Roberto Katie Berges Mrs, A. M. Hart Curtis H. Sheffield John Grangenett Louis Monaco E. C. Brandt H. A. Knox Emma Jane Post Belle Stoddard Mrs. G. W. Sylvester J. C. Schuldt Deleie M. Berry A. W. Clark Ida Reiniger Jullu Steele Bernard Nelson J. Nelson J, H, Powell E. Vonllosteen W. A. Poleson J. Johnson Goodwin Johnson There la more Catarrh In thla section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years It w»a sup posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional con ditions and therefore requires constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine. manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional remedy, is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars re ward Is offered for any case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills tor constipation. fg| RED CROSS NOTES Miss Esch has contributed a quan tity of assorted flower bulbs for the benefit of the Red Cross. sale at the Rost Office at the low price of 50c a pound. All the pro ceeds go to t he Red Cross. Rathdrum Branch acknowledges the donation of $1 from Mr. C. Chari ton. They are on Under Idaho statutes the governor of the state has no authority to veto a part of an 'tern in a general appro priation hill, but must either approve or disapprove the entire item, T. A. Walters, attorney general, bolds in an opinion rendered Saturday. Several governors have acted at variance with this view, the records show. Aoyone who has attained the age of 18 years after September 12 may enlist in the marines. This infarma tion was received Saturday by Sergt. Frederick H. Squires of the Boise marine recruiting station. Marshal Foch says: ''The will to win Is half the battle." American soldiers have shown their will to win. The Fourth Liberty Loan is before the American people. It must prove OUR will to win. How Your Hoir Grows. According to an authority, the hair grows half an Inch a month until it reaches Its natural length. With men the natural length is from eight to twelve Inches. With women it grows anywhere from eighteen Inches to their heels. The number of cases of Spanish influenza reported in U. S. army training camps had reached 190,000, before aoy check In the epidemic was noted. The disease is now spreading among the civilian population. A late report yesterday states that the kaiser has abdicated the German throne. Wear^ * This Butto/I Buy a Bo/id I .Today ^ •\ PROCLAMATION To the Citizens of Rathdrum and Vicinity: Ihe government, through the president of the United States,has declared a military necessity which is all powerful and is drafting our boys and men to fight for us and liberty abroad. Our health depaitment, in order to protect the health ot ourselves and fami lies at home, has declared a military necessity and has closed all churches, lodges, theater and public meetings. Why, therefore, when the government requires money for the clothing, feeding and arming of our fellow men (who are called upon to fight for us abroad), should it not declare a military nec essity and draft our money, which, under the articles of war, it has a perfect right to do by declaring a military necessity instead of asking 2 .» or 30 citizens to canvass this town, giving their time and, in many cases, their business, to ask people to loan their money at a high rate of interest to accomplish this purpose? It seems that Bathdrum citizens should have some rude awak ening like such a proclamation by the president, assessing every, body, or that a foreign enemy should come to the gate of our city, select our mayor, the president of our bank. 20 of our leading citizens, and notify them that unless they raise #20,000, the amount of our quota, within twanty-four hours, they would be shot in front of a stone wall, as was done in several of the Belgian communities by the terrible "Hun." As Saturday, the 12th of October, has been declared "Liberty Loan Day by a proclamation of the president, when special con tributions are to be made by all citizens wherever the loan is not c osed, let every true citizen, every patriotic American, every resi dent of the community, feel the urge of this call and immediately suhsci ibe thru our bank or come to headquarters or report thru some ol the salesmen and he prepared to face our returning soldiers when they march down our streets, with a glow in their iearts and a smile on their countenances, knowing they have ful filled their just and fair part in this terrible conflict. Very truly yours, ADVISORY COMMITTE I i War Trophies. One of the fifteen U. S. trophy trains Wednesday afternoon, in charge of J. C. Williams of Seattle, the material exhibited was captnr the Germans by the It included trench war visited Rathdrnm All ed from Americans, mortors, field guns, howitzers and whiz-bang, samples of ammuni tion, bombs, hand grenades, etc. The trophies shown are only a small part of the quantity captur ed by the Americans last summer. Accompanying the train detail of soldiersand marincs.thrce nded Americans, one Canadian was a wou and two French soldiers, and the i66th military band from Camp Lewis. A large crowd, including the school children in charge of their teachers, assembled to see these evidences of the successes achieved by our men in the war against the Hun. A summary published Oct. 6, gave the total American casualties in the war to date at 40,671. Of these the killed in action numbered 7900; died of wounds* 2586; died of disease, 1992; died of other causes. 960; wounded 21,922: missing m action (including prisoners) 5221. Can Mow Eat and Steep in Comfort If troubled with indigestion or sleeplessness you should read what Miss Agnes Turner, Chicago, 111., has to say: ' Overwork, irregular meals nnd carelessness regarding the ordi nary rules of health, gradually under mined it until last fall I became a wreck of my former self. I suffered from continual headache, was unable to digest my food, which seemed to lay as dead weight on my stomach, j I was very constipated and my com plexion became dark, yellow aod muddy as I felt. Sleeplessness was added to my misery, and I would awake as tired as when I went to sleep. I heard of Chamberlain's Tablets and found such relief after taking them that I kept up the treat ment for nearly two months. They cleansed my stomach, invigorated uiy system, and since that time I can eat and sleep in comfort, entirely well. I am today Uct adv. ■ PROFESSIONAL CARDS p, WENZ, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, AATHDRUM, IDAHO DENTISTRY In till Its latest brauchet by DR. D. F. HOLLISTER, EXAMINATION FREE IDAHO RATHDRUM D. D DRENNAN pi7ysieiai) apd Sur^eoi) 0F"Speclal attention given to Diseases Women aud Children, RATHDRUm of IDAHO MILES F. EG-BERS ATTORNEY AT LAW -NOTARY PUBLIC Office in Rathdrum State Bank Building RATHDRUM - IDAHO At PpiritLske Every Friday. BERT A REED ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Cteur d'Alene, Idg,ho. -Office 9-10 Wlggctt Block Phone 48. SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES A SPECIALTY MARTIN P0LES0N, Lawyer Real Estate Bought and Sold NOTARY PUBLIC -Office west side of Main street RATHDRUM, IDAHO j I®*Treats d'seases of all domestic animals, 0. W. STONE UNDERTAKER -LICENSED EMBALMER Rathdrum and Spirit Lake &T Agent for Monumental work Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist. Hath'lriim, Idaho. L. A. KRUGER DRAYMAN t*"Orders left at Evans' Store will receive prompt attention. —The Line with the Service— RATHDRUM I IDAHO Chamberlain s Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.