TME RATHDRUM TRIBUNE
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"Entered April 28,1903. at, Uathdrum, Ida
ho, as second-class matter, under Act of
Congress of March 3,1879.
As has been said before, there is
no good reason at this time for the
state of Idaho to incur the great
expense of holding a convention to
revise the state constitution. Fur
thermore, while attention is riveted
upon the war and efforts to win the
war, the public mind is not in that
condition of calmness essential to
careful deliberation upon so impor
tant a matter as the constitution.
The proposition,coming before the
voters next Tuesday, to call a con
stitutional convention should be
Health authorities of Des
Moines are quoted in the Christian
Science Monitor as directing atten
tion to the value of common sense
and a calm attitude of mind in
conquering fear of infection during
the present influenza epidemic.
Know the truth about disease and
the laws of health and be calm and
cheerful of mind. These sugges
tions are worth passing on.
Congressman French, with his
record of faithful work back of
him, may be expected to come
through the election with his repu
tation as a vote getter unimpaired.
The state of Idaho has tried be
fore to get rid of the superfluous
office of state superintendent of
public instruction and ought to
succeed this time.
There is no doubt that Idaho's
great senator, Borah, will be re
elected. He is to valuable a man
Idaho will have a hard, aggres
sive fighter in the senate if Ex
Governor Gooding is elected.
MARTIN POLESON, Lawyer
Real Estate Bought and Sold
■Office west side of Main street
D, D- DRENNAN
Ptyysieiai) ai)d Sur^eoi)
fc» Special attention given to Diseases of
Women and Children.
HOW TO VOTE
Voters are cautioned that, a .new
form of ballot will bej'tiseri on Novem
ber 5. There will he 1 'no party desig
nations, but each voter, nmxt denote
his ehoiee in each ease. 1 If you desire
to vote against, the Non-partisau
league, put your X opposite the fol
lowing names. You can take this slip
to the polls if you desire.
For II. S. Senator (Long Term)
WILLIAM E. BORAH (Rep.)
For U. S. Senator (Short Term)
FRANK R. GOODING (Rep.)
For Representative in Congress
BURTON L. FRENCH (Rep.)
D. W. DAVTS (Rep.)
For Lieutenant Governor
C. C. MOORE (Rep.)
For Secretory of State
R. O. JONES (Rep.)
For State Auditor
EDWARD G. GALLET (Rep.)
For State Treasurer
JOHN W. EAGLESON (Rep.)
For Attorney General
ROY L. BLACK (Rep.)
For Inspector of Mines
ROBERT N. BELL (Rep.)
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PO LI TIC A L
Bert A. Reed, republican nominee
for reelection as prosecuting attorney,
authorizes that the comparison of
office expenses given on another page
be corrected to show that the figures
given are for the 9 months period
from April to January instead of for
the full year.
To the people of Kootenai County;
On account of the great amount of
work required of the Local Board,
under the Selective Service Law of
the United States, in registering,
classifying, examining and inducting
men into the United States Army, ii
will be impossible for me to meet the
people throughout the County prior
to the election, nor would I fee
justified in making a campaign re
quiring the expenditure of tiiue and
money, had I the time to do so,
while the abnormal conditions occas
ioned by the great war in which we
are now engaged exist.
I only wish to say, tbriugh the
press of the County, that I am asking
the people to retain me as their
Sheriff for the next turn, if my work
as such has met with their approval
Asking you to give my candidacy
such consideration, as you may think
it deserves, 1 am,
Yours very truly,
T. L. QUARLES.
TO THE ELECTORS OF KOOT
Owing to my duties as Clerk of the
Di8t. Court, Ex Officio Auditor and
Recorder, and the additional work
for the Government as a member of
the Local Draft Board and Explosiv, s
Licensor, my entire time has been
taken up, and for these reasons I
have been unable to get out over the
County in the iaterest of uiy candi
dacy for the office of Clerk of the
District Court, Ex Officio Auditor
and Recorder. However, I trust that
my record, is such as to justify me in
soliciting your support at the coming
election, November 5th.
WHO DOES PRESIDENT WILSON ENDORSE?
Whenever you have a Democrat running for a State office, and you feel that
the President will he better supported by his election, vote for him.
However, there is nothing in the President's appeal which can be construed
as an endorsement of renegade Republicans, I. W. W.'s, Anarchists, Pro-Ger
mans, or Disloyalists. Neither is there anything in the President's appeal
which can be construed as an endorsement of the Non-Partisan League candi
dates, fraudulently running on the Democratic ticket.
The President is above this. Indeed, he appointed and reappointed
Stephen J. Doyle as United States marshal of North Dakota, but this fall gave
him leave of absence from his office and an unqualified endorsement to run for
Governor of North Dakota agäinst the candidate of the Non-Partisan League in
The following are the Non-Partisan League candidates running under the
false color of Democratic candidates:
For Lieutenant Governor
For Secretary of State
For State Auditor
For Attorney General
L. I. Purcell
H. F. Samuels
Oscar G. Zuck
William A. Fife
W. P. Rice
B. A. Cummings
These candidates are members of the Non-Partisan League and were nomi
nated as Non-Partisans defeating loyal Democrats, and are certainly not indorsed
by the President. They are the Bolsheviki who were hand picked by Townley
and LeSeuer, I. W. W.'s, and foisted upon the Democratic ticket through
In view of the recent I. W. W. trial in Chicago and the great
which President Wilson's administration went to prosecute and bring to justice
Haywood and 92 of his associates, proven friends and political associates of
Townley and LeSeuer, it will hardly be argued that the President desires any of
their ilk in any office of trust in Idaho or any other state.
Remember that when H. F. Samuels was Prosecuting Attorney of Shosh
County, he disqualified himself as prosecutor of the men who dynamited the
Bunker Hill & Sullivan mill, saying they
and the men who elected him to office.
were his friends
Remember also that if he is elected
Governor it will be the same element who will be his friends and associates and
the people who elected him to office.
Should his I. W. W. friends commit out
rages, what would he do?
We appeal to every loyal citizen, regardless of party, to vote against all of
the above candidates.
A. S. LYON,
REPUBLICAN STATE HEADQUARTERS
FOR NORTH IDAHO. *
A Challenge to Frank R. Gooding.
We. the undersigned farmers of
Kootenai County, Idaho, challenge
you, Frank R. Gooding, or any of
your supporters, to bring forth any
evidence whatever to show that the
platform of principles adopted by the
Nonpartisan League of Idaho teaches
any disloyal, seditious, or I. W. W.
doctrines. We furthermore challenge
you to bring forth any seditious or
disloyal literature that has been sent
out from the Idaho headquarters of
the Nonpartisan League, or that they
ever have instructed any of their
organizers or lecturers to teach any
disloyal, seditious or I W W. doc
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F. L. RUNYON
K. R. PILKENTON
J. A. DEREMORE
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CO ■ DAN VI LLE VA
Senator John F. Nugent
Is at Ills post of duty, toiling night and
day on the most important committee of
the U. S. Senate which is framing the
Revenue bill that is toprovlde the sinews
of war for a victorious army of four mil
With unshaken confidence in the intelli
gence and patriotism of Ills fellow citi
zens he has utterly Ignored the shame
less campaign waged against him. By
his devotion to duty ; by his unwavering
support of President Wilson: by his
blameless record as a splendid self-sacri
ficing citizen; by his achievements as a
senator he has earned your support. The
President wants him! Idaho ueedslitm!
ROY L. BLACK
Black & Wernette,
Cœur d'Alene, Idaho
North Idaho's chance
to be represented in
the State government
Show the State that
you appreciate it.
Vote for him, irre
spective of party.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho.
September 25, 1918.
Notice Is hereby given that John It.
Irvine, of Belmont, Idaho, who. on Octo
ber 22. 1913. made Homestead Entr
No. 09033.for Lot I. SEU NEfc.Sec. 3.and Lot
Section 2. Township 52 N., Range 2 VV. Boise
Meridian, has Bled notice of Intention to
make three-year Proof, to establish olalm
to the land at>ove described, before the
•tegister and Receiver, United Stales Land
Office, at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, on the llth
day of November, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses: A B.
Benjamin, J. P. Sage. P C. Bohn, and F. VV.
Bubb, all of Belmont. Idaho.
FRANK LA NOYE Y, Register.
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