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A nation for governor, beat two opponents with a vote equal to theirs [combined. The Democratic is the dominant party in Idaho. Or ganized labor gave splendid support in the cities, many of which were carried for the League ticket. victory is the first sweeping state-wide victory at the polls had by that organization outside of North Da kota. Idaho, therefore, is the "second League state." The Idaho farmers still have to pass through the fire of the fall election. They know that a victory in November will not come easy and that to win thejc must not let up in their work, but the primary landslide their favor means certain victory at the election, if the farmers do not weaken—and they give no signs of weakening. The splendid primary victories this year in legislative dis tricts Minnesota, Nebraska and Montana gave the League in '"''iWrj.T' FeOERf)L COMAf/Jy*, 5 fV i'-gr i. TALK ABOUT YOUR BARBECUES! commission has done the packing monopoly up to a nice Brown. Is the American nation able to eat the dish? The hll acaai«-e the marketing end of .the packers' business. This had a doable aim—to give the farmer the benefit of competition selhng consum^ efficient distribution at lower prteea byeliminating the profiteering. These are the proposals bwtted I^.J^id^Wdson tod congress. These are the proposals that have'led the i^oliteers of the chamber., of commerce demand the discharge of the trade commissioners who made the investigation. SSSSSrNsBSSSS those states tremendous impetus, and in Minnesota will give the League the balance of power in the legislature, if not a clear ma jority. And the Minnesota farmers have reorganized for the fall campaign, with, every chance of electing a governor indorsed as an independent and running in opposition to both the Republican and Democratic candidates. The League has a full ticket in South Dakota, also opposing both old-party tickets, and, of course, North Dakota, following the tremendous primary victory last June, will return the League administration and legislature to power by ari overwhelming vote. But Idaho is the first state outside North Dakota where the farmers have won a complete state-wide victory at thp polls. The news from Idaho is cheering, but not to profiteers, monopolists and politicians.