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THE NEZPERCE HERALD
Official Paper of Lewis County Thursday, October 24. 1918. W P Contra a P W MJtctcU Editors au>4 Os«*n E»l*r«4 »t sh« Xman«, I<fa»h*, P«st «ffi« *« gwwf wm Ms»; Matter, stmi&gmsEmwmm. m vmm- mms MAKE THEM TELL THE TRUTH. A member of the senate commit tee oa foreign relation» ha* spoken with extreme frai kite*» on the »object of Germany '» answer to the president* questions regard ing Prime Maximilian's peace proposals. He »aid in part ; "The great trouble with acceptance of the president's a «idles», leaving the detail* to he settled, is that the de tails arc the whole question. There is riot a word in the address of January H, or in any subsequent address which demands repara tion. All the allies, ami partieul acly France ami England, thru < Temeneeau ami Lloyd George, Have dcclaml again gutd again that the terms of peace mu*t con tain both restitution ami repara tion. " We may take it that the sub ject of reparation was contained by Implication in the president 's words, ami a rational mind can read them there : hut we can be confident that Berlin will eonstrue them differently. The retreating UertBAB armies were engaged in orgies of destruc tion while the proposals were un der consideration, but the devas tation was of little military im portance, It indicated sheer want If the Germans really eontem plated paying the hill they would «•«•rtainly not add to the debt by indiscriminate demolition. They would «Jeiiioiish »niy what th* al lie«l armic* coubl l---*e It m evi-j «leiit that they have intentional)) left the »ubjc«-t of reparation to <li*en*rion, ami «luring th* w*«-k •or month* i*-cupw«l by *u«-h mid add null mmmitte« dkteuarion they »tantiaily to their v. suing resour -Senator 11 itelicick, chairman o) thin tor*'!ten relation* ha* even refused to believe Ml** Fri IfFi M aXiiniliau repr«-»ent* lit« people at all, Atwl a* we have no b o*iy a can har«jiy blame him During tbe w ar key and iff«- Balkan »täte» a eea. m mi hut Mo a ill tan * Me between ÏU f tt urui w a* declared, and « ielegate Ihr Eri warn They labor«« Utért ill i/Kiiioll Urey'* invttMtw for m* v et Ml to t eut* Meut is! feiiuuhh <i vi * iu Mel a a i i y j t * 4 Mi M euUit *etl tué W 4 *4 t MUgej o.|, mill « I -lore pH Mp [-iuoi * MÙi h iiU'h ti. r Î* 4i t*f Alf ji Htri B« ullllo< Fie i, -lik en«! 0 U #§ • ' ' ht ■ htuhun ■* * / •qho m $ hoy*«J M I* tu» 4M* «♦«e i Uu * t - -> w« JLwd i*41 fi. nm i'-, «i Irekewatkm «• n g y ****•'•* -ta «*>• F« try ad*moi*0* tt»*m *04101* *fUf gUt-'.-stm if amdsm | g«w( <* fin •# of i fUitm-m. Iew< »*# derinm.4 t« < > . « - ■ f ' ; ■ 4WMMM» m«*.« fit» Ah-« nme- ' ■'i " -wrfka -a r n «o »ha ||a4F ré, 4 »t • • kth ■Mi than «re have »lrea«iy «een. Sow that talk of peace u in the air » fortunate that we are familiar with the intimate peeuliariiie* that characterize 'kie who seek wwnrilialWB with os. We are lew» likely to accept promise» with Pl IXIXl. TUROtGfl THE FUT The magnitude of the influenza attack <»a Nezpere* cannot be ap predate*! by the people outride; the fact is patent that tbia com muuhy u( over a ihouaafid ^ui» was almost prostrated within two »lays after the appearance of the Hundreds were sent to When asked, y osier day, by a visiting | hysicion if a list of the patients in the town and environs vs* obtainable, a direct f the local work answered in the negative—that all available workers had been kept too busy I I ub'oltite e— •-ntgt - that **r 31«) people, at least, had been rather "Three epidemic, their bivk or ■It st rick*«. The physician questioningly replied ; hundred is a go«*! many, you know-," The citizen '» - stimatc w as mod ■ To -,av -f j , ii> suihlen .« itt ' h i. it all happened. l(C»S But th«- heroic spirits of the com munity have met the disaster won «1er fully. ami with the never-to be-forgotter. assistance fro mthe outside communities, order was in treasonable time brought out of the chaos * and to-day a hospital with 4b «-a*«-* is being efficiently oper ate«l here, ami a working force is ready to take care of any new at-. tacks; which are rapidly gr«»wing fewer. From this place mnUnee was »enl tu Ho- Vollmer, and there he)jK*l materially in establishing hospital service and an organized Jf ***** , When one reflectively lo«,k» from th»- irudde of the matter, he realizes that truly wonderful work has been «lone, and knows that if all who «-an will keep up their ef ill saved Over-caution to the extent of fear l* bad for any constitution, but caution tempered with reason sav<-s many a regret. The form <»f infleunza which has ravage«! •hi* community the past two weeks imleJibly impresses this tbof. Hundreds of people in this '■«»unlv have been attacked by the fort», this county w from further devastation from the efrideniie. j j have recovered or are well With th iciii oil I h«- road to recovery, few exception*, the fatal ca»*e* _ were i«*tanee» w'bere the attack j became too «jeep seated liefore proper preventative* were appli , wear the ailment out, a» lia* been cd —where attempt* were made to very much the eu*toiu in tin- pa*r i with attack* of the grippe 'Ti j plan do<-* not work well with The epidemic, ami »trie» ad ple rule» laid page of tbi* ] pa |tor i* urged uion every citizen 1 i - current i hereiiee t<< the snn |<iown ou the fini I fully Iditio* . nf |L. $ TfiiMÉ mi*' i it y a tt Ml, niff briny ( iami Mi If h* r k n< th T j t I i « i HKUkLb* Hi |*rUM0*# *9 I t - « P j i siy» | ignoring the hurt and taking her a box of candy. That the -raying "few die and non* resign" due» not apply In Germany Many are dying at th« front and resignation seen»» to lie the favorite occupation in official circle». That time t* money. You wav gain a whole hour on October 27. bu ' .'*>« **lf wt up so lat. **"* !u ^ advantage of it that « ».» question whether it will be * **"* a ^ ter , That iht* prie** of singitk# eanar baj * advanced from about two to ,en dallars earh. However, 4vhfn J® u ba '> «n**e bought your Hltle songster you <lo not have to pay any war tax to listen to bis (M,, stc. That the doct«»r says, if you **** • talk aimut peasant things, * talk to the sics. No matter h,,w »'«wh you are aching to be ,b ' ' 1 to break the w<| iif»» .''our '»fear friemi who's ill— 'lon't for the love «f everything sone. Just deny yourself this ouee NOVEMBER 11 TO 18. • j j - There 11 B* Mach To Do That Week —Get Your Cue Now. Ser «* welfare organization* «* rv »»« American and Allied aol •*£« « home am! «verse*» have combine«!, at the rc*que*t of I r«-*t dent M ilson, in a «Irive for war ,be we * k ,,f V#v *" , | *The*,'organization* arc the I V'«.,...«, Vi.«.*, *• „ a • konng Mens t hr.st.an .\ssoeia-| ''on. National t'atholle Wart'onn-, cil. i include* the Knights of t'ol-j u,,,b usi. Young Women's fhris-j tmn Association, W ar i'amp ('om- j uiunity Service, American Library ( Wn!l arr BOar ' l a,1,t "ie Salvatnm Army. A nation-wuh rtmpaip t4 him ♦! will lie carrie«! on. western states together with j Alaska and Hawaii have been ask - ; *"d to raise five fie; cent of this This is ap- j (»ortiom-«! as follows; California,j* ■*4,bX>i,750, Washington, $1,278,750 j 47b7,iâO. Montana, $511, l<J*bo,_$4-t»^i0, Utah, $341, V™» ^F®*iung,. $19b,t>Ta, Nevada, Hawaii, 421-1,12'), Alaska, | ^ 1 h " ,d "®. «»»upmgn is und« , 1 *" j «ürectioii of Mr. < . A Barton, t hainuan, Richard L. t Ramlall, I ampaigu Director, amli 8 state executive committee, eon-, •n*®unt or $8425.000 *n»ling of representative member* Dom eaeh organizaMon participât >,,te 11 Flan* for the «tan-paign are le mg rapnily warke I out an«l the tui tat effective nubinar ion worker* ever unite«! in a ring!« effort in («labo i» l*emg built up The riogan of the woik«-r* in th«- campaign will je-riMxn in Idaho flic opportunity to give for th« * ; "Ever) and gi»en T "All Ktate riogan led ? Eve y cent of th - gnat nation i of tnujstihjiuu pr«»rated aiming the al filiated or gauizatnai* ami u**-d in war work Every es-n( of Idah« «-«nitribution will lie »pent for tin welfare and to »uatain the moral« h» fi *11 i fit of Amernao and Allied aoidier* Ilf ouiity mu I hi U'Fi, f un 4 m»* 4 th* i n*ii to 0r\et\ pM i g t L* iLAI/li i Mêui h* u* K ïhtàè*0 tun tea; tin dku> mh 4 hei M* ue trUuM* ui it* U\ M til hr it . tiu l Maui \H&m r Public Sales! with Ik tO* nit wft a, Mewetk- » •« b»u ir m fi Dankt JVdo f 44 u* O« inki JUutii, iLiiiiia) æu y<»>p*a$ i >«4uW# I arm »air, f 0*1'dear f*tli farm OAubar da*»F f ri«-# •>aMar. fd /ve ham Jod lar«K *# f t,i,M'04 fi'jr» »iw« F J/. y *i »«Hei» I a aria fdvvrMiker IS // vivch tel' IP F'lftias mai. F U w * <■ »-» ♦ I, i i - ? y um* «a. a '♦ 1A$S ii MN d. iêiH éü4# h## 4kl# Ttd# n .4 ii léMAlf Marry C. C ranke. A*t Nr/spfhfi f, f lia ho In Memory of J B White Orangeville, Get. 18.—l>m re ceipt of the news of the death ofj .1 B White, elerk of the district; court, at Nezperce, yesterday Judge W. N. Scale.-, appointed a ; - omadttee to ^e*ol - [which were prepare«! and spread j jupon the minute* cf the district! count as follows; "The court au*l i «ember* of the I bar now in open court hereby ex près» their deep »rief an«l sense of j low* in the death of James B ; White, formerly deputy clerk of j this eourt ami who performed thej of fiée» of clerk of this court for! a nuntI ht of years. "We desire I«» «xpre*» l«> his family and friend* our deep *yui-: paths itt their bereavement ami u> extend to them our sincere con- j «ioienee. •"He was a man of sterling worth and character : he eoru-| maitdcd the respect of all of hi* asKiMoate* an«l acquaintance*, an«l it is with the utmoKt sorrow and with a sense of petronal loss that we learn of his untimely «b-athd am! wc desire that these expres sions of our sympathy ami esteem tic spread upon the iee<«r«Ls of this ; [court and that th«- same l>c c.x- i pressed to hi* family in th«- pro-' signed Krank F Fogg \ S 1IjmJv w ; L« .«'.mmU-j Results Amaze Nezperce , "> ^ aran!, ,T muted or liillam*'.! ry« I. MME 1>|ATE lM . tM , rit froiil ,, NK af>pli Wa*B tee." . , « v... T . ^«>1 *1« 'K are astonish p . ( j >( T U „ store ^v.** ami a local, . .. Schilliiiif can fit f i imi „ *ati»faeti..n an.l^triic , ,' rh jn ur n ; [J "* g , Harley Hoggin* liemoeratie Nominee for Count) j I ■«nnniissioner, Thir«l District, j Dwh t'ounty. Political Announcements ; tanunents; am jn»t an »verag« bom* with the average man'» view point, and if eleet«-«! am perfectly j free to perform my «lufi«*t in a way »« to to* fair f<« ail |mf Hartev Huggins I •I the countv A A JOHNSTON Uepublicai j Commissioner Third District of Lewis County iio-nmec for vb-ettot I. J. IjßnKeieiK MuàW ?*L>ubiu;ê» &MMHÊÊUJMKM MSMty Unit** ■t / Emcm Uov S Pic4 (f*% U/ Mot** e 4T Uj Ail fur Ÿ* OMs# uUog Allot hey *U*u ■ I * «a-«. ■ ,<itr TJtC. lyjjtHBttiHimiijjj 'ijjj hbiihii t jft J S s Entering the Federal Reserve System W F. ARE pleased to announce to our many customers and friends that our application for membership is the Federal HI banking sy*tem has been accepted W- » sh. also, to assure oor community that entering the ne« ^ system »id occasion no interruption in oor banking service On the H other hand we trust that the improvements which are expected to S result will enable us to extend our usefulness and steadily increase IS our service to the local public. gH From now on, an account in a goed strong bank will be more Up essential am! beneficial to you than ever belore. UNION STATE HANK A Hume Institution. - Esubhshed 1909. u I MuNSiNG WË^R Union -Suited America Says Munsingwear In peace and war and ail kinds of weather Let Munsingwear Union-Suit you for« Your frredom't assured a perpetual unlit Munsingwear makes living worth whil«. It's America's standard, America's choke: Munsingwear Service makes millions reioke; All seasons, all limes, early morn until night. Glorious old Munsingwear-100 per cent right. For Americans at home and those ''over there" A right size, style and fabric- Beyond Compare. Faultless in fashion, finish and fit, Washable, durable garments, woven and knit. ver. » It's esientul, too, because in the long run It can't be «»ufwashed, out raveled or out doeie. 1 ')ere s comfort and quality, a union undying: The glory ol Mousing wear is most satisfy tog. On<F \ou Try It, WII Always Buy ft Satisfadioa in Kvery ThrFad-Bytliinii, Too A Large O** i and Winter Sriucks Art Wtédy Vartet y .# i«s. Fabric» and be/a s // # ! 1 Vs n i ». V« * 'V. i Tht STOPt or QUALITY OtôU bank butlri N»/p»rC€ idftt 0 nf\ Uw 7 ■ IV lrt%ur#»nce u\ Coif •444» *pm*$ Vziwu- Gniu-fi fseauty H«|«4 | (*, * »»»»ta##«•«•«* III » # » I # # Now is the Time f # » <• k • il — î ; N*-,,««- r ,'-G«.,».,,, AMjl , h)W . Wor|u ; KJFNM/r / 4, «-ngn,,,,, mêmêiêM a : ^ ih a n » i f '