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JUDY, a , 1020
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Who Will Be Chosen?
It looks as though one of three men
would be nominated for president on
the democratic tick«t at Chicago this
The three are:Attorney Gen
eral Palmer, Hon. W, G. McAdoo or
Governor Cox of Ohio. All are able
and each would poll the full
strength of the party. There seems
to be an air of uncertainty pervading
the minds of the delegates, accord
ing to iiress reports, and it is evi
dent that the democrats do not have
that harmonious get-to-gether feeling
that characterizes an organization
that has a "fighting chance,". Then
the need of standing together out
weighs the petty differences and all
unite in a common cause.
But it is evident that the spectre of
a republican president in the white
House has given place to a foregone
conclusion that the democratic party
is slated for the ditch, that causes
them to lose heart. For instance,
questions that were "passed up" at
Chicago are the subject of expended
A-Mitchell Palmer. , Pa
consideration, pro and con, at Sau
Francisco and the triumph of one
element (for instance that control
led by Bryan, or Edwards) will mean
that the ocher will be dissatisfied.
While the republicans, with victory
iu sight, are unanimous as n.-ver be
1-cfore, the democrats are going to
coutest for "principles" and harmony
will be an unknown quantity
Unfortunately , the , democratic
voter is by nature a free lance and
the great independent vote by which
other elections have been carried, Is
uot especially secure for any party.
If the democrats row among them
selves the voter will go elsewhere.
And then many, especially independ
ents, like to be on the popular side.
For these reasons, it may be that
the selection of a candidate at San
Francisco, is really unimportant.
Idaho's spring of 1920 wool clip
was about 20 per cent below normal.
Wool growers have been disappoint
ed in the size of their clip and also
in the way the buyers are handling
(or declining to handle) their crop.
It may he necessary for the wool
men to ship the wool themselves to
eastern points, and grade and sort
it before it can be sold.
Tlie general run of socialists are
harmless people, and should not he
kiven so much attention in the press.
They are ridiculous for the reason
that while few of them are business
men, or employ many people, yet they
have elaborate plans to run our com
plex system of government, and they
would fill our high offices with "com
rades" who scorn the ordinary rules
°f business as being only the meth
ods of plutocracy.
1( was revealed In the House of
Representatives recently that the war
department had spent $18,501.177,
099.12 from April li, 1917, the date
of the declaration of war, to Septem
ber 1, 1919. "it [g a sllm so vast as to
stagger the comprehension," declared
Representative William J. Graham,
chairman of the Select Committee on
Expenditures, In the War Depart
"No one will ever know just
now much the war department squan
dered. The department itself does
n °t know how many war contracts is
gome in our store and we wi ll convince you that oi
PRICES MEAN THAT THE COST
OF LIVING IS GOING DOWN.
TOLLE T H 'S
NOMINATIONS Fl I, KI) FOR
..COUNTY - PRECINCT OFFICES
Aspirant« for office
are scarce this
year and the democrats have not in
dicated that tiiey will have any candi
date for county commissioner
this the third district, to
H.B. lUingswortb, republican. The re
publican delegates nominated to the
county convention to be voted
the primaries consist of J. D. Robert
son, Oils Rife, Arthur Garrett, John
Wm. Moreland, Sol Nel
son and Fred Fenton. These were sel
ected at a republican meeting held at
the city hall in Meridian Friday even
These seven have been looking
around for a candidate for
commissioner, and first approached
O, V. Sehern.
"Not on your life,"
said Mr. Sehern.
Next John Adams a prominent farm
er residing in the White Cross neigh
borhood was approached. "Nothing
doing," said Mr. Adams, And there
you are, and this Saturday the last
day for filing nominations!
The republicans claim there is no
objection to Mr. Illingsworth only
that he "too much a Boise man."
At the same meeting of republicans
in Meridian precinct Roily Howry
was indorsed for committeeman of
It is understood that J. D. Robert
son will file his papers for the nom
ination of representative to-morrow.
He is the only nominee from this
vicinity, so far heard from.
The political pot, therefore, is not
POWDERED MILK FAC
TORY FOR MERIDIAN.
A meeting will be held at the new
office of the Boise Co-operative
creamery company in Boise to-day to
plan for the building of a milk pow
der factory at Meridian, to cost about
$(50,000. The manufacture of cheese
will be continued and both together
should prove to be highly beneficial
as a market for the dairy production
of this vicinity,
try is assuming such proportions here
that various outlets must be found
for the milk, and this is one way in
which ii can be handler.
The dairy industry probably brings
$4,000,000 into the hands of the
Boise valley farmer each year, and in
the Meridian section alone, not less
than $300,000 is paid out in cream
ery and milk checks.
"Many years will elapse before the
United States can fully assess the in
jury Woodrow Wilson has done to
his people and his time," declared
Representative C. Frank Reavis, of
Nebraska, before the adjournment o'
Congress. "But," Mr. Reavis added,
"the children of the future for whom
has been preserved the sovereignty
and independence of this country,will
hold in their hearts the
Lodge and Knox, and
Reed and Shields and
those other senators who have' offer
ed their political careers on the altar
of their conviction in the same high
regard that we hold Jefferson and
Hamilton and Webster and Sumner
The dairy indus
There are some people who have
lived in these United ^States so long
they accept the advantages we have
as a matter of course. The only cure
for these people is for them to go
away for a few years and they will
return completely cured of any bol
MARKET FOR WOOL NOT
Charles Cairns, secretary of
Boise Valley Wool Pool, says
250,000 pounds of the 1920 clip (val
ued at $125,000) is still iu the ware
houses at Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell,
Payette, and other places,
pound lias been sold, and no one lias
offered to buy. Eastern buyers have
only taken the individual clips on
consignment, as no price has been es
tablished. although this Is a month
later than when practically all the
wool was sold last year. By July
15th, however. Mr. Cairns thinks
there will be a basis on which to set
tle'the price for the wool and then
By that time
the buvers will appear,
the probable market for the wool will
be estimated, and the amount to be
used by the clothing manufacturers.
Fourth of July — 1920
THE FLAG THAT MEANS LIBERT V FOR EVERYONE BUT the kaiser
! SEE! WHO WE HAVE
A LETTER FROM
Ttilip-Time-in-Holland. July 4.
Editor Times: As you have never
published my picture in the Times,
wish you would do so. Never mind
if it is upside down, as I feel rather
upset anyway. Now' from my quiet
retreat I venture my opinion on lead
ing issues, viz: 1st, As to the Amer
ican flag, it does uot mean liberty,
for I monkeyed wdth it two years ago
! and have not had liberty since,
j As to the league of nations, if the
A. E. F. were a sample of the boys
; that will come over to police Europe,
I am agin it. The hoys are too stren
j UOU 8 .
As to the high cost of living—you
follows over in the U. S. A. are pay
j ing for the war, so I have no cause
sens were not on the firing line our
cloches are not mussed or worn, and
last but not least — prohibition will
j mean there will be more lager for us
j over here.
As I have covered the leading ques
tions, I beg to sign myself (contrary
; to U boat plans) yours VILHELM.
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MERIDIAN, IDAHO. '
Candidate for Sheriff
I wish to announce that I will be 1 a candidat« for Humiliation for tlie
oflice of Sheriff of Ada Couuiy, Idaho, on the Repuhlcan ticket at the Pri
election to be held on August 8d, 11)20. 1 have luul several years
experience in connection with the duties of the Sheriff's office and feel
confident of my ability to perform all of the duties of ^hat office, and
therefore do nut liewtitale to ask the support of the voters of Ada County,
at the coming primary election.. If elected to tills office l will enforce the
law without fear or favor. *
C. L. Swormstedt.
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