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THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE
fessai. fecuBp CULP BROS., Pablisliers & Proprietors. J. B. K CULP. Editor. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. T E K*M S :• .11.00 Ok* Year, ir paid in advance vix Months. Sinouc Copies. To all subscribers outside of the United States 11.50 per year. 50 .5 "Entered April 28,1903. at Ratbdrum, Ida ho, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3,1879. Advertising—Locals 3c a line, each inser tion. Readers 20 lines or more 25c per inch each Insertion. Cards of thanks and resolu tions 5c a line. Display advertisements of three Inches or over 10c per inch each iuscr l ion ; less than three inches 12(4c per Inch. 1 I * : * TJk paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war. The report that Germany has surrendered was forecast by recent events and was to be expected, and yet it seems almost too good to be >' true. Germany escapes the inva -1 sion it deserved in return for its brutal invasion and devastation of other lands, but, if politicians do not interfere too much, it may be assumed that the commanders of the allied armies have imposed conditions that provide for a mili tary occupation of important points on German soil to an extent t iat it will be remembered with salutary effect by the German peo ple for generations to come. That t0 the terms imposed will lead to reparation, so far as possible, for every act of vandalism committed by the kaiser's soldiery in invaded lands is taken for granted, world wants a just peace—one that will place Germany in such a posi tion that it can never again start a war of conquest and subjugation. The The 1918 taxes in the village of Rathdrum are £33 on each $1000 of assessed valuation. is Of this amount,l9 is the Rathdrum village special tax, and £9 the Rathdrum Independent school district special tax. The county gets £12.20 and the state £2.80. In the independ ent school district outside of the village of Rathdrum the taxes will be the same, less the town special levy and plus the road district levy. en for 1 ■' Now that thé fourth Liberty loan has been oversubscribed and the biennial elections disposed of, * Rathdrum, as a patriotic precinct, is confronted with the problem of raising its quota for the united war work fund. With everybody help ing, it can be put over in the drive next week. The American Creed. * I believe in the United States of America as a government of tbe people, by the people, for the people, : whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a Republic; a sovereign Nation of maoy sovereign States; perfect Union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, humanity for which a will 'of . the justice, and American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes. I therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love It, to support, its Constitution, to obey its laws,' respect its flag, and to defend it against all enemies. to —William Tvler 'it HUNS FIGHT ALONE ( CONTINUED FROM J'AfjE ONK). through the po werfij^'GV fenses on the SteiEurig Kremhilde line. In these operations Meuse Nov. 1 and 2, the Americans took many prisoners besides 60 can non, scores of 77s. dozens of 150s, numerous howitzers, hundreds of machine guns and vast quantities of ammunition and war material. On Nov. 6 the Americans had arrived within six miles of Sedan. Turkey surrendered last week, agreeing to an armistice giving the entente allied forces control of the Dardanelles and Bosporus, surrender ing the forts and ships and all allied prisoners of war and interned Armenians, aDd disbanding the Turkish army British casualties in October 158,825 men, of whom 28,000 killed or died of wounds. riuan de on the 50 .5 of of were were On Nov. 1, Field Marshal Haig reported that in the preceding three months the British forces in France had taken 172,659 prisoners and 2378 guns from the Germans. Since July 15, 362,355 German troops and 6217 cannon had been captured by the allies. British military authorities declare that German casualties this year amount to 2,500,000, of which 1,000, 000 are permanent casualties. the Italians esli >' Up to Nov. 6, -1 mated the value of captured material from the Austrian army at five billions of dollars, including 200,000 horses and 6000 guns, couut one million Austrian pslsoners are now in Italian hands. t0 a Z0De 30 miles beyonf| (he Rhine besides surrendering German navy, including submarines, and the Helgoland fortress By a rough Tbe supreme war council of the allies, sitting with Marshal Foch Versailles, on Nov. 2 outlined for an armistice which would require the German armies to surrender their military supplies, give up their loot from France and Belgium and retire at terms j the entire which guards the Kiel canal. LATER.—It was reported yes terday that telegraphic advices were received in Spokane nouncing that the German an peace the commission had agreed to armistice terms named by the commanders of the allied armies and the council of Versailles. This is taken as meaning that Germany has virtually surrendered, wire stated that the armistice be an The came effective at 5 o'clock Novem ber 7. Athol's Honor Roll. to to is Athol, Idaho, late returns and one sights, the following omitted or amount incorrectly giv en in the list of Athol fourth Lib erty loan subscribers, as prepared and sent to The Rathdrum Tribune for publication last week: Roy White Chas. S. Wise Jennie Williams Tim Trauger J. P. Tolfor S. H. Watkins Mattie E. Watkins S. G. Wear E. Van Cleve A. V. Thomas L. L. Coppock $100 instead Nov. 6.—Thru or two over names weré for £ 50 150 50 50 50 50 50 50 100 50 of $50. $ in f' per cent and will be applied to reduce the amount 'of tbe fifth loan. Idaho overaub scribed »2,000,000 or sightly more <?• than 14 per cent. Kootenai'county is credited with an oversubscription of $100,000 or 25 per cent. % | . Consérvative official estimates more sub - tabulated Nov. 1 showed that than 21,000,000 scribed a total of $6,966,416,300 the fourth Liberty loan. Tbe over subscription Is 14.44 individuals to * 4 A k Election Results. The democrats lost 'control of the Yesterday the lower house of congres«, the republi cans having secured a majority of 16 or more in that body. of of two parties appeared to be tied for staled the senate, each having 47, with cluse contests on in New Mexico , and Michigan to be decided. A Boise dispatch Nov. 6, that with 85,000 votes counted out of an estimated total of 95,000, the entire republican state ticket was safely elected by majorities ranging from 8,000 to 23,000. Davis, for . j „„„ . . governor, had 17,000 more votes than Samuels, the nonpartisan candidate, French and Smith, republicans, are both reelected to congress by large majorities. Borah, republican, is reelected to the U. S. senate by 23,000 majority over Moore. Nugent, demo crat, was 446 votes ahead of GoodiDg, republican, for the short term seDator sbip. These returns indicated that the noupartisaos had also failed to capture the legislature, having secured only 20 members. Republican candidates were elected to alioffices of Kootenai county at Tuesday's election, with the excep tion of sheriff and treispier, and pos sibly commissioner of the third district. Tbe republican legislative ticket, is also elected. The auditor's office passes into republican hands for the first time in twenty years. For commissioner, third district, Morris and Flemming appear to be so close that it is thought it will take the official count to decide the winner. a j Retribution. Since politics have ' ended, since your energy's expended—with enthu siasm splendid—to get some bloomin' j candidate a little dinky job; perhaps you folks will listen to that writer or to 1 this'n and will hearken "poem" that will surely make sob: Don't you know Old Glory's flying, dou't you know good dying to make this darn world decent to you men are for you and all your kiu? Men are shedding crimson treasure while you are courting pleasure and by ways entirely wasteful are blowing boodle in. While Yankee lads are pleading for things they're sadly needing are stuffing and you you're gorging on turkey and ice creacu—No wonder Pershing's cussing or feels a lot like mussing the mugs of guys who're acting like the war was all a dream! While the Yanks are faciog hades you are flirting with the ladies— you're pretending you're an ! d a hero here at home; Nation's needing money you're calling sotue Kid "Honey"—you are primp iug aod you're pouring hair-grease upon your dome. a patriot while the It is time for you to ponder 'bout conditions 'over yon der'-'-about the duty you've neglected for dog-gone nigh a year; it is time to go get busy, to think less of little "Lizzie", for the time of retribution is swiftly drawing near The Record ing Angel's writing while brave for you are fighting—he is setting down the number of War Stamps you cab show; if there men are ou!y six or «even, or even von seek to enter heaven St. Peter'il gently murmur: "Just ornery slacker with the boches do below! ten or 'lever), when PUt that wn 1 » — Earl Wayland Bowman. Ohio was voted dry at the election Tuesday. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they r ? ach , the , Bea -t of the disease. *m!S rr 2 w 8 a locaI disease, greatly in fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to euro It you must take internal remedy Hall's Catarrh Medl f' ne . J* taken internally and acts thru «vÜt.r^ 0 * 5 « n iî. he mucous surfaces of the Ä'S I ;.. < »ÄÄ Losed of C «omi r ^e f îï ars Jt is com * 'LSf S'Ä'Ä'k <?• lîS-edJnû t?H"V.°SS£h 'mm" ™Su.*b&iSSuShttim ^.Theney'! co. Prop. Toledo o | All Drurgist«. 76c. P8 " ToIedo * ° Hall's Family Pills tor constipation. an Send for OUR FIRST WATER WAGON. A Prohibition Petition That 8aw tha Light,Her* In 1681. The water iragoh started on Its Jour I ner throug b this country longer ago I offer yon than most- persons realize. péopf of this assertion a copy of quaint document that had ItB birth In the mdhtb of April in the year 1081, Girard in the Philadelphia Ledger. I This old document is in (lie form of a petition to a royal governor signed 1 by twelve men who were determined that the brewers' big horses shouldn't run over them and reads as follows: "Whereas, wee. ye inhabitants of ye Seated Towne near ye fnils of Del ns a sa.vs neu 'aware (called Crewcorue), finding our. selves aggrieved by ye Indians when dnmk lnformetll tlmt wee be and have been In great danger of our lives, of our houses burning, of our goods steal i n £ aU( l our " ivps an< * Children af frighting Insomuch that wee are afear ed to go about our Lawful affairs least when wo come home we finde you an<J our concerns damnified. "These things considered, wee doe humbly & jointly desire that the selling of brandy and strong liquors to ye In dians may be wholly suppressed, when If done wee hope wee shall live peace ably. is If They're Needing Shoes. Old Hindy is retreating and his troops are on the run; the kaiser's dream was ileeting—'bout that "place up In the sun"; The Yankee's husky kickers are stepping on their heels; when they prod 'em with their stick ers each bloomin' XHeinie squeals. But its hard for Yanks to sight 'em, as they rampse toward the Rhine— when Old Hindy thunders "Fight 'em!" The Heinies hollar "Nein!" So they keep right on a going and its tough on Yankee feet—chasing hochés ont of Belgium in the rain and mud and sleet. Their shoes are getting shabby, they are leaky and they're ripped, and they've got to have some new ones before the brutes whipped. Then its up to you, brother, and its up to me as well to hunt some joint or other where War Stamps is what they sell—if we don't the Yanks will shiver and some per haps will freeze for there's nothing chills their liver like that blasted j Belgium breeze. Its the money we are spending for these War Stamps every day that will clothe and feed our soldiers while they'ie driving Huns away—let's waltz right up and buy 'em, its the only way to show that we love our scrapping Laddies more thau we love our dough. are my a in of at be This in this run—(and by durn your duty you have done!)—When you buy those blessed War Stamps then we'll tele graph the news that you're parting with your boodle so the Yanks bave some shoes! greeting, then, I'm sending, rotten junk I you've got to read it till can —Earl Wayland Bowman. Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's Tablets. "I am thankful for the good I have received by using Chamberlain's Tablets.- About two years ago wheu I began taking them I was suffering a great deal from distress after eat ing, and from headache and languid feeling due to indigestion and a tired, a torpid liver. Chamberlain's Tablets corrected these disorders in a short time, and since taking two bottles of them my health has been good, writes Mrs. M. P. Harwood, Auburn, N. Y. 41 Boy LI * ? Howdy! y If you only knew to bacco you'd get a pouch of Real Gravely today. Then you'd have a sat isfying chew, a good tasting chew. It lasts so much longer that any man can chew this class of tobacco without extra cost. It goes further — that's ivhy you can get the good taste of this class of tobac co without extra cost. PEYTON BRAND IQ* a pouch-a nd worth i P Q GRAVELY TOBACCO CO., DANVILLE VA PROFESSIONAL CARDS p, WENZ, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, IDAHO HATHDRUM, DENTISTRY in all its latest branches by DR. D. F. HOLLISTER, EXAMINATION FREE IDAHO RATHHRU« MILES F. EG-BERS ATTORNEY AT LAW -NOTARY PUBLIC Office in Rathdruin State Bank Building ratiidrum - Idaho At Ppirit Lake Every Friday. BERT A REED . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Cœur d'Alene, Idaho. -Office 9—10 Wlggett Block Phone 48, SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES A SPECIALTY D. D DRENNAN pi7ysieiar> ai)d Surçeo o EWSpeclal attention given to Diseases of Women and Children. COEUR D'ALENE. IDAHO 0 . W, STONE UNDERTAKER -LICENSED EMBALMEB Rathdrum and Spirit Lake EW"Agent for Mouumental work Dr. 0. 6. Farn$worth ; Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist. l®*Treats diseases of all domestic animals, Rathdrum, Idaho, L. A. KRUGER DRAYMAN WOrders left ut Evans' Store will receive prompt attention. —The Line with the Service— RATHDRUM I IDAHO NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE UNDER FORECLOSURE. STATE OF IDAHO, I ss. County of Kootenai, f Dianna Carter, plaintiff vs. Herbert H. Bratiley and Lura A. Bradley his wife, and F B. Stevens and Jane Doe Stevens, his wife, defendants. Under and by virtue of a decree of fore closure and order of sale issued out of the District Court of the Eighth Judicial Dis trict of the State of Idaho, in and for Koote nai. in the above entitled action, on the 23d day of October. 1918, wherein the above named Dianna Carter, as plaintiff obtained a Judgment against Herbert II. Bradley and Lura A. Bradley, his wife, as defendants, for the sum of Two Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-Nine and 87-100 Dollars, lawful money, which said Judgment is duly entered in the Judgment hook of said Court. I am commanded to sell all of those certain lots, pieces, or parcels of land lying and belnir situated in Kootenai County, tduho, and described as follows, to-wlt: Tracts One, Seven, Eight and the East half of Ten of Plat Three, Greenacres Irrigation District, being part of Section 9. Township 51 North, of Range 5 West Boise Meridian, con taining 35 acres, more or less, according to Government survey.togetber with the water right belonging thereto; together with all the tenements, hereditaments and appurte nances belonging thereUt or in anyway appertaining. Public Notice is Hereby Given that on the 18th day of November. 1918. at ttie hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of that day.at the front door of the Courthouse of Kootenai County. Idaho, at Coeur d'Alene, l will, in obedience to said decree and order of sale, sell the above des cribed properly, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy, said Judgment,, to gether with interest ami costs, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash, lawful money of ttie United States. Dated at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, tills Octo ber 23d, 1918. T. L. QUARLES. Sheriff In an 1 f >r Kootenai County, Idaho. 41 Oct. 25 to Nov. 15.