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THE NEZPERCE HERALD
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NEZPERCE. IDAHO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1918
Circulation, 1,400
Official Paper Lewis County
Subscription, $1.50
Vol 21, Nc. 27
PRESIDENT STARTS TO EUROPE
Goes to Complete Job In Peace Con
retente fco Well Developed In
War.—Address to Congress
Washington, IW, 3.—"Prisident Wil
began tonight bis trip to Europe
attend the peace conference.
The j,resident left Washington on
a sperial train for New Turk; where
tomorrow he and his |<«rty will board
the transport George Washington on
which the voyage aeross ihe Atlantic
will be made.
About seven days will be required
for Ihe trip, and its*- ship' will dork
at a Preach port, presumably Brest.
The president does not i-spect to be
abroad insure than six weeks, which
wilt give bias just a mouth on Kurop
can soil. Before Ike conference Meets
ke will confer with premiers lAoyd
George a f Great Brilam, Clemenceau
of Prance and Orlando of Italy, aad
probable with Klag Albert of Belgium.
the salient points of ibc
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Wilson plans
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to visit England and itatv as «ci! as
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Frame«, aad he may go to H
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•nahe a f«tg rimas» •" saw of the but
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■■Tin memory ut ttom ' ,a . ¥ * •» iri
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fortunate men
each will have bis favorile memory
'Old men forget; yet all shall he for
gol, hul he'll remember
lages what feats he did that day,*
"What we all thank Cod for with
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deepest gratitude is that our
in force into line of battle just at
the critical monsent, »hen the whole
fate of the world seem"d to hang in
their fresh
men went
the balance and ihre»
strength into the ranks of freedom in
time to turn the whole tide and sweep
of «hr fateful struggle -torn it
for sll, so that henceforth it was back,
back, back for their enemies, always
forward. Aftei
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bark, never ■gwitl
that it wss only • went four months
before the cum rounder» rf the centml
empires knew themselves telles, and,
their «MT empire» sfe in liquid
now
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••And throughout it sli how
ike spirit of Ike nalio t «a»!
wksl untiring real!
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unity of purpose.
What el»« Blion of |xirp|
■U its splendid display of strength,
untiring accompli»**' <ti '
it.
•■And «bat shall w» say of the wo
.— of their instant iul-IUgearr qoiek
task that they toweled;
»mug »» ety
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tot orgamratiou and
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When the Great Gray Ships Come In
To eastward ringing, to westward wlug
ing o'er maples« mile« of sea,
On winds and tide* the gospel rides
that the furthermost isles are free,
And the lurthermost Isles make answer
harbor, and height, and hill,
He
Mother' new found, beloved, and
Stretching to these across the seas the
Breaker and beach cry each to each.
'Tts the Mother who calls!
still I"
strong to fold from h»rm,
shield of her sovereign arm.
Who summoned the guns of her sailor
sous, who bade her navies roam.
Who calls again to the leagues of main,
and who calls them this time home'
And the great gray »hip» are silent.
and the weary watchers rest.
The black cloud dies in the August
skies, and the dee« in the golden
Invisible bands are limning a glory
west
And far above ts the wonder of a my
Peace' At the tidings silence the atraa
of crimson ban.
rud wakened stars'
Fasrx at last' is the bugle blast the
uous cannonade.
length of the long blockade.
a «it »y,* of vtgtl weary are lit with
the glad release.
From ship to ship and from Up to Up it
is Peace' Thank God lor peace'" ,
VERDICT I» MdUNSEY
FARRAR TRIAL TO NIGHT
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por the soul of the soldier'^ story and
and the heart of the sailor's song
Are all of those who meet their foes as
right should meet with wrong.
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runs, and then, on the decks they
trod.
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to the grace of their country's God!
Y aft, it 1» good lo battle, and good to be
To carry the heart» of the people to
strong and free.
the uttermost ends of sea,
To see the day steal up the bay where
the enemy lies in irait,
To run your ship to the harbor's tip
and sink her across the strait: —
But bette r the golden evening when the
And the long gray miles «Up swiftly |
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ships round beads for home.
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gate to greet the men who win!
Thank God far peace! Thank God for
peace, wheu the great gray ships
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THE BOYS ARE COMING HOME
her
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BE CAREFUL AND DON'T
FRIGHTENED
GET
The influenza in Nexperre I» well
in hand. There are at present three
eases in town under eare of the doetors.
if Mr aB<t MrK rluv
j They are J. P. (Sorenson, the daughter
Alta Oswald, the latter at the home of
Mrs. l»r. (Jordon. Today's report on
: these is that they are getting along
finely. The Misses Sullivan and Horen
sun, «hu returned from sebool Iasi
] week suffering from «lighl attacks,
are Ail reeovered.
Dr. Taylor reports fourleen rncm
bers of the Wright family, on the Ivan
Jorgens place a mile southeast of tow
as ill from the malady, but none «,->
lorn*. A few other cases, nut consider
n,
«•<! are uuoffirially
from the Hobt. .War n«'i;'hborhoo<l
itfMitheaM of tow n.
are the furt* of the* flu »itua
t ihn locally to day.
I>r. Taylor, county health officer,
and the local authorities yesterday or
dered the opera house and picture »hu»
closed here simply as a precautionary
measure, and with no further develop
ment of the malady- than at present.
these will I«- permitted to open
soon.
No ban has been placed on the ru-hool».
d badge» and »inn 1st
tin) public gathering places.
General business is good in .Vexperce
and everything aside from the two
mentioned closings i» going right along
as usual
STEVENBON CROSSING GRADE IS
ABOUT COMPLETED
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LETTER FROM WILSON T HEEEEN
Young Nezpercer Telia of Meeting the
Hun Close Dp and How the
Anunals Act.
The following
very interesting
extracts from letters recently received
from \i ilson T. Herren, written from
Base Hospital No. fiH, France: He is
one of the lads who made the 91st Di
vision fanions;
are
October 24.—Well this is another
day and the ra>i is paltering o
roof as usual It must be a fright up
on the front in all Ihe mud and
I spent three day«! and night
j . Hing rain with rut raincoat
wafer.
s in st
or o\rr
ifut ami fiuiiitii* * und^mfar o»» «il
ue were in open warfare with no mi*.* a
»heiter a» a trench,
were the
1 believe those
mo*st miserable hour» of my
'Die la*t night i was on the
Front we bad a heavy front, enough
that there were particles of ice in
life.
my canteen; ice »ater i* uiee to drink
but something warm goes fine on a
night like that. I will certainly be
able to appreriate home cm,king when
I get bark as well as all the other
thing» that go with home life. What
experienre 1 have had to date at the
front ha» all been against the i'rus
xiau guard which is supposed to be
Germany's crack division». They are
dirty sneaking fighters too; they al
ways give up when they get in a light
potation. Their machine gunners us
ually rattle away and do all the dam
age they can. but when they see the
Americans keep coming right on, out
(hey jump and yell Kamerad. I had
urn- little experience that was quite
exciting while it lasted. I will tell it;
I don't know whether the censor will
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