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Hat tnlitttd in (*« t tretet of , TUMOOVBinntR.S C for t/u period or TUB WAU! ♦ EVERTUAS a PLMP9M) America Shall Win this If tr Therefore.! will I pur*. / sill turrifU* U or/. I »rill ßyhl — en* motto mg MtmOtt-MM "hob iit/tre of fki » depended on me along. KSTAIiLISII HD 1881, VOLUME 38. LEADINf;, OFFICIAL AM) OLDEST NEWSPAPER OP CUSTER COUNTY, IDAHO. CHALLIS, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1918 82.50 PER YEAR NO I# jfn TIE I. P. LEAGUE Stephen II. Doyle, a sterling Demo mt and an appointee of the National ^Democratic administration us United States marshal of North Dakota, now Democratic candidate for governor of Out state, in a recent speech tore the mask from the Non-partisan leaders «ad revealed them us I. W. W.'s, So «USjte and as such aids to the kaiser, said In part : All Radical Soclalicts, : "If there be any doubt as to whether or not an effort is being made in this •state to establish state socialism in full bloom with one stroke, as it were, on« need only investigate the lifelong .political affiliation and activities of "practically every man who Is In chargo ,of any Important work of the Non partisan league, or even lu public of fice by endorsement of the Townlt-y -machine. The last official record of iTownley's political faith, prior to the birth of the Non-partisan league and Tb« death of the Socialist party. Is his Sown registration - affidavit signed at f ?;■ n the n -r h Ua , y 0 . f A V ril : WI4. A. E. Bowen, Townley's chief Speaker anp organiser, was twice cua /dldate for governor on the Socialist ticket. M. E. Elliott at one time pub lished a radical Socialist paper at ■Minot, N. D. Mr. Elliott was at one Urne stifte manager for the Nou-partl san league in North Dakota, now em ployed at headquarters at St. I'aul aiul hia place here turned over to Axel •Strom of Wllllston, another avowed Socialist. "Most of you will remember that 'borne years ago there resided In Minot, N. D., a Socialist lawyer by the name •f Arthur Lo Seuer, the man who took ■quite a prominent part in behalf 0 j the I. W. w. at tlie time of the riots wt Minot some years ago. LeSeuer was \ iown -Immediately employed by Mr, iley as chief counsel for the league and made executive secretary of the Non ■partisan league. And so we have the president of the league, the chief or Â e L,n Le . sta î e mana , fc ' er and tI,a chief L,n . , chief- counsel and executive secretary, ««Ucai Socialists. Connection With I. w. w. K l wani to say just a word further »ut Mr. LeSeuer. This is ilie same Seuer who, iu the summer of lOlii. attempted to foist upon the farmers of this state a working agreement, where by they should employ L W. W. labor Wrt. In speaking of this undertaking before the L \Y. \V. lodge No. loo at y t ansaa City, he said, 'If we (meaning tiae I. W. w.), c mi bring about this agreement it will mean the transfer lAag of the balance of power from the «täte government of North Dakota to ,^e Nou-partlsan league and the I. V.'. ,W.' You will remember that u series •f meetings held iu this state to ratify th« agreement on the part of the farm «*» resulted in its rejection. Now, if there are any members of the league present I want to ask you if you really believe that when LeSeuer was in Kansas CIO..... .. .................. .. trying to put throuy this agreement, telling the members of the I. W. W. that it meant the tian< feriug of the power of the state into •tlr hands, he was really working in the interests of tho farmers of North Dakota? Think It over and see if you <»n reach any such conclusion. I At Home of "Appeal to Reason." "For many years there to » Oucted at Girard, Kan., _ •echool, where the simon-pure iloctriio of Socialism was supposed to be tau.-i.t ta the studeuts. And 1 believe, by the way, that Mr. LeSeuer was u graduate that school aud later on a member <* the faculty. The school was under J* direction of one Walter Thomas «U1& Mrs. Kate Itlchards O'Hara, Uie Socialist lecturer and anti-war Wwpagaudist, who was convicted in fte federal court at Bismarck last' *»rtng for the crime of violating the . ■«•plonoge law, ami who was sentenced tu serve five years in the state peui *MUary at Jefferson City, Mo., Wtt s' ■ a fraduate of that school. Warning to Parents. "And I just want to say a word here connection with Mrs. O'Hara, who wuii Airs, ui nu ru, w mi _ss in tuy custody a short time fol wing her arrest and again utter her vlction at Bismarck. She was a Oman of considerable talent, pos au active mind and is quite a ■tent speaker, but has the most per wted ideas on governmental questions *th which I have ever come iu cou Î* - She says she owes all of her edu Uon on these questions to Walter ornas Mills ; and utter I hud nttend her trial at Bismarck, and saw aud -™ Mrs. O'llura, I could not help ' tnluk what a tragedy It was in life that site had been so unfor ste us to ever meet with and listen the teachings of a man like MillS. afterwards, when 1 heard of Mills -king at different places in the ta, and read iu tho paper that he . '"dressed the students of the H»., Ural col, »Kc and different state tutlous, I thought how little the tk* ? ntl m °thers of this stute real kind of doctrine that is being ^ja*ed upon the minds of their sons daughters under the guise of edu ~ii poisoned the mind of Richards O'Hara, brought her to lîf-i* ^ ust ' ce ■ federal court co nde mned her to a felon's c«U •arm of five years." mm. h.y\ A" W& fo. & ■*, To the people of the Sixth Ju dicial District. This is to inform you that lain one of the two candidates whose name# wereoa the prirna. r >' ljllllot . will be on the elec tion ballot, for your considera tion in choosing a district judge. I have caused my picture to be pr.utcd here, with my message, because that is the neare>t I can come to making a personal visit to each of you. You, of course, will understand that it would take up too much ,, „ . : - ' l -sit all tue homes land it would take up Some of vour I .,, ' t " UaJ * c time toiecen e me v i,en jI culled, perhaps iu a busy time for y0U . We can both expend * 1 lout 'man power" to better effect at . ... ,.i, , n r p „_i n ,. ! at ° U ' W ° riI ' ' SO 1 tht j.press of your community to say j to you that lama candidate for | jtius important position, ar.d that j I earnestly solid your consider ation } n m akiug a choice of where ® you wul bestow your vote, j am a native of the state of „ , , New kortf, was admitted to the bar in Michigan in 1S<9, came to Salmon. Idaho, in 1598 and have -, practiced läw unci hold judicial Spositious by turn for these thir • * ' r ,, , . , ty-tonc years, i am well iiitorm ed in ail branches of law: and lit . , . • -■ • f T igation us at to «.ms aist-.t-f. i enj v tu rc.-pect and cor.iidence . u v ^ T , ■ ... 01 * i T 1 ' - a-' -•• l r • have . ..avs btou counted amoi.s. ,, " > r .. , , those f ood for what ar.d . st in citi >nsh:;», • ,........ indlcial wnen 1 - ' tu .. I x Oct to be:.or ibo Other K a. o i b - c ° 0!u " : • ,ings with dijfuuy ai'.d etc u:u, : seeking to have a dispassionate ■ iQ , e ,. ."eratioQ and applicaUlou of th , „ i. , : vn .. af . POr ,t ,< n riu 1 a " ' 5 " , £ . 1 ted message ill place of a persotr j i -p,,,- - y. 1L > to sav ; aI me0tlU »' aUa J "that the picture is net sent oa presumption that you care ; J . 1 _*• . , ; for it, but since each liiO is tie | B t j ie features, ttud you p „ Un. nu'U 11"? * i£TO ÜI tlie .ceeii wish to oe ycui' u'A a j ' ; c f . , aa v0 u cn '" a '* lt J lace at the h e ad of the courts of your district, the camera was employ ed last week to picture me cor j _ . . ,t , „ rectly in your paper ton., . JOHN U. PADGilAM. j --- «3*3 --- _________ ----— \SVB: « V J Our Countv Honor Flag mm ■ *u, • WM, ; .4 -m* » ® Wl Vote for - BURTON L. FRENCH - Vote for Candidate for Congress. He delivers the goods. B P F m n ! =3* Liai £zs B I _ ! | Clerv Achen of Stanley, Dies on the Shell-torn 1 • Battieuoids of France; and John Ackerman Pays tne Last Supreme Sacrifice at Camp Fremon ' |p;.r „ Once again it becomes our sad duty to chronicle the deaths of two oi'Custer county's young heroes. Glen Achen of Stanley, was last week reported killed in action in France. The young man entered Our Country's service in the early part of the past summer and leaves his parents in Stanley and every loyal American to mourn his death. Jt Im ' ekerman. whom we mentioned in last week's is sue as Iwi: in training at Camp Fremont died of reported Spanish hv.iuema and the remains were brought to bis old -nie in M ntnr.n where interment was made the fore ;f this week. Doubly sad is the passing of this young j hero, for besides an aged mother he leaves to mourn his loss a young bride of bu£ a few months to whom the deepest and most heartfelt sympathy is extended by all. The homage due these fallen heroes is equally divided for though the one died in the trenches the other was last accunmlatiiig the protecting knowledge of modern war fare an-.l would have soon been occupying kis place in the first-line, shell-swept trenches of France. Glenn Acliyn, John Act ernian, all honor be yours. With those von held dear the patriots of 101S mingle their tears and with greatest reverance we add two more goltlen stars to Custer County's great Service Flag, that vour bravery and patriotism may be handed down from generation to generation. / .-'- V RW didir ilmmrTii ö? They rest in many a shaded vale, By or beneath the sounding sea. The forest winds, their requiem wail; Oar Glorious Sons of Liberty. Philip Kirk, Challis, Idaho, died in action somewhere in France. July 31st., 1918. Gi.enn Achen, Stanley. Idaho, wounded in action somewhere in France and died (date not yet obtained.) [o 11 n Ackerman, Patterson, Idaho, died at Camp Fremont, Cal., (date not yet obtained.) _ ... r\ /• wir ' D. W. DA V !S, 1 i ..9 A,LL-AMERICAN Candidate lOr Gov ernor. A vote for nim is a vote a gainst those who say: " This damnea war makes radical organization hard. Ameri-| cans. fo your nuty by vot in" ior Davis. 'ilLÜ !H ri?UHI U [ _ r , -* George L. Keyes, one of iour foremost citizens, who was taken iil at Pocatello L KITES last week with Spanish In jfluenza, passed away last Tuesday morning. Mrs. Keves left the fore ; t ofthe week for Pocatel !o bat death had «lahned Mr! Keyes before her arrival. The remains have been ta-i ken to Boise where inter , ment will be made. „ . The svmpathv of all is ex-!, * -, • r . tended the bereaved wife and '____ Save vour old clothes-they mitrlit save some Belgian's life im *ß u rdi tO ✓ A bank account not only pro tects your money against theft and loss, but also protects it against temptation to spend. Every man* owes himself and his family the protection of • / savings account in a good sub- P stantial bank like this one. Why not start in a small ^ way and save every pay day? . Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow j S. L. REECE, Prest- E. W. HOVEY. Cashier E. J. MICHAEL, V.Presi. H. E. HAWORTH. Asst Cask THE / FIRST STATE BANK CHALLIS' IDAHO SOn VALLEY !Sf]pND Owing to the ever nearing; Fin epidemic which is sweep ing the country, the local health authorities deemed it expedient to the welfare and ' health of the resident« of Round Valley and Challis to ; establish a quarantine of the valley. This was according ly done last Sunday evening ■ and all travel to and from the vallev kas been w ; t h the exception of a few residents who happened to return from outside pointe and agreed to submit to« 72-hour quarantine before i associating with anyone, Though the step may «p ; pear to some as too drastic, it is the only thing to do and the health officers are to be commended oii the action taken. If every community in the colin t ;r y would follow the ex ample of Round valley the J Flu epidemic would run it ,, , . , . j ^ avor us - self out in a short time. Up to the present no FI» has appeared in this valley and we fervently hope that I fortune will continue to so .; SCHOOLS (USD ; Bv order ofthe State Board ! „ , _ , of Health. County Sapcnn - , _ . „ „ , tendent, Jennie E. Kelleher, , ^ ! closed all schools in Caster county for an indefinite per iod - commencing laW Mon day morning.