Blackfoot Idaho Republican Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 1

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Blackfoot Idaho Republican (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Blackfoot, IdahoF tonight Chautauqua 8 Oclock labor s Messagee. B. Fish thrills every red blooded sisal in official paper of City and county vol. Xvi., no 8 i Blackfoot Idaho wednesday june 23, 1920 $4 a yea4 where democratic convention will meet june 28talk of Mcadoo As party Leader still persists exciting $6000 race is drawing to a close % impression will not Down that he is Likely to be nominee Only two weeks remain before the awarding of the Mammoth prizes to the win ners in the big everybody wins Campaign i j in in & friends optimistic Ruth Chapman leads one mrs. Landon ahead in two i 4 despite refusal friends declare him to be Winner a race is extremely close in both districts vote schedule reduced again next saturday night by Universal service san the positive refusal of William Gibbs Mcadoo to permit his name to be considered As a candidate for the presidential nomination the impression will not Down that he is Likely to be the nominee of this convention. Mad oops supporters assumed an attitude of mystery tuesday and declined to make any comment regard ing the possibility of his becoming the candidate thru the method of having the nomination forced upon him. Efforts were made by Raymond t. Baker and others to get in touch with Mcadoo by Telephone but were unsuccessful. It is understood that the purpose was to suggest to Mcadoo that he make no further state ments regarding his position and allow the convention to take its course. The generally accepted View with respect to Mcadoo s chances is that a deadlock will ensue Between the Palmer and Cox supporters and then Mcadoo will be brought to the front As the logical candidate to break the deadlock. The Mcadoo supporters Are playing a skillful game their object being to make it appear that Mcadoo is definitely out of the race thus forcing Palmer and Cox to do All the preliminary fighting in the convention just As Wood and Lowden d d before Harding was brought to the front in the Republican Conven Tion at Chicago. Mcadoo supporters claim the vote of practically All of the Southern states will be for him. It is under continued on Page eight 5s 4 i1 r an exterior View of the great civic auditorium in san Francisco which will be the scene of the demo cratic National convention. The convention will open june 28 and will probably be the most strenuous one in the history of the old party. Following Are the names of candidates who have been entered in the Idaho republicans big automobile Campaign and the number of votes cast for each up till tuesday noon a District no. I District no. 1 includes participants residing in the City of Blackfoot. One of the big automobiles and As Many Cash and Gold awards As there Are Active candidates Wil be distributed in District no. 1. Miss Ruth Chapman. Mrs. Charley Pelkey. Mrs. Bertha m. Carr. Miss Elnia j. Ket Chuni mrs. L. E. Mcginnis. Mrs. C. G. Anderson. Miss Genevieve just. Miss Norma Parkinson mrs. May Clark. Miss. Gladys Beakley. Miss Ora Rogers. Mrs. A. E. Heasley. Miss Opal Neider. Local boy cited for gallantry Bryan plans coup for Champ Clark at Frisco claim woman will launch third term Boom for president Wilson 4.228.600 4.201.400 ,4,106,300 4.168.200 3.316.200 2.841.100 2.326.400 2.016.100 1.418.600 1,000,600 978.200 701,400 316.200 Charles h. Farnsworth of Groveland receives Honor san Boom for a third term for president Wilson will be launched in the democratic National convention by a woman. Mass Mary Foy of los Angeles a Delegate and a member of the National convention announced tuesday she would vote in the convention for president Wilson. Jennings Bryan is planning a coup for Champ Clark when the psychological moment arrives at san Francisco. This interesting and unexpected turn in the democratic political situation is strongly indicated in some highly significant develop ment the last few Days. Those on the inside of the move Are extremely reticent about discussing what actually transpired. They admit however that it would not Surprise them. In recognition of gallantry in action and especially meritorious ser vices Charles h. Farnsworth son of or. And mrs. C. H. Farnsworth of Groveland has recently received a citation from the division command Der of the first division. Charles Farnsworth served thru out the War in the 28th infantry of the first division. Tile citation reads As Fol lows District no. 2 District no. 2 includes participants residing outside the City of Black foot. One of the big automobiles and just As Many Cash and Gold awards As there Are Active candidates will be distributed in District no. 2.t mrs. Orson i under route 2, Shelley Misa Eui Uda Dinger Aberdeen. Miss Emma Powell Wicks. Mrs. Martha Rocque route 2miss Edith Christensen Firth. Mrs. Helen Sims Shelley. Mrs. Cora Criddle Springfield. Mrs. J. 0. Mote Sterling. Mrs. Mettle Leavitt Moreland. Or. Elmo Bergeson route 1. Mrs. W. D. Bitton route 2mrs. Libby a. Miller. Kli Odu Homer route 2e. Erasure route no. 35.281.000 5.272.400 3,208,500 4,008,300 4.816.200 4.021.200 4.026.400 3.710.100 3,412,800 2.846.400 2.280.100 1.756.000 1.118.200 022,000 Campbell takes charge of riots Council holds Short session Headquarters first division general orders no. 1, january 1, 1920extract no. 916". The division commander cites the 1 English general confident he can control trouble in Ireland following officers and soldiers for gallantry in action and especially meritorious services private Charles 1 City fathers dispose of business in Short order h. Farnsworth company a 28th in Fantry who was wounded in action Bell arrived at Londonderry tuesday near Soissons France july 19, 1918, to take charge of the turbulent sit and in the Meuse Argonne offensive i nation there following three Days of october 11, 1918. Bloody rioting Between unionists and he sent word to the government late tuesday that lie will lie Able to establish peace without reinforcing the one battalion of troops now in the City. Attorney general Henry announced in the House of commons tuesday that two battalions Are in readiness at Belfast. He declared the conditions at Dublin were far More grave than those at Londonderry. Seventy two hours Carter Camp i in that Short period candidates in the Idaho Republican s Mammoth prize giving event have their last big Opportunity of Landing votes on the double Quick and literally clinching the prize they desire. Never in old Bingham county Lias a race of any character Lieen so extremely close or so evenly contested. This fact has undoubtedly served to Rouse the wonderful interest that is living taken thru out Southern Idaho in the final dash for the wire. It is doubtful if there exists a Tomc in this Community that it not vitally interested in the Success of one of the favourites in the Battle and watching every gain and every move with anxiety and eagerness hoping and trusting that their Choice May come under the wire first and be acclaimed the Chait Pion of champions the proud Winner of the Elmolee of big cars. Saturday night at ten is the last Chance for the big votes. Promptly at 10 o clock the doors of the Idaho Republican office will be closed and no one will be permitted to enter the office after that hour for the purpose of turning in sul inscriptions or renewals on the present vote offer. Those in Side the office at Liat time however will he waited upon before the big vote offer is closed forever. Foj if by command of major general sum-1 sinn seiners. Nieball Steven o. Fuqua col., g. S., c. Of s. City Council held a Short session last night and disposed of a number of matters in Short order. Bids for sprinkling the City streets were opened and some fifteen applicants for the position gave a Price. The prices ranged from 6716 cents an hour to $1.25. The selecting of the successful bidder was left to the Street and Alley committee. The City attorney was Given authority to collect the $5000 Deposit made by the John e. Price bonding company on the paving Bonds. The attorney will handle the matter As he sees fit. A warrant was ordered drawn for $1866 As part payment on the fire truck. Adjournment was made until next tuesday evening. When your eyes i a Rupert shorthorn Sale brings Good prices to owners ? i Are living used fourteen i eighteen hours each Day you Little Reolle How they affect your health often draining the body of nerve Force and weak ening its organs. A specialist saves your eyes and health by relieving the Strain. See. The top Price at the Sale of Frank sullivans sons at Rupert of pure bred shorthorn cattle was $700 for a straight scotch two year old Heifer lord French the Irish Viceroy conferred with sir Nell Macready commander of the British forces in Premier Lloyd attention candidates of the Duchess of Gloster tribe. Several Schotch topped cows brought above $400 each. The Sale averaged $311 a head. All of the cows were purchased by men of that county and five new owners started in the these five in the special attention of out of town candidates and those who May work out of town is again called to the arrangement Liat Lias Lieen made which affords every worker the advantage of securing subscriptions right up till the last moment of the second period 10 Oclock saturday night no matter where they May reside. All subscriptions placed in any Post office anywhere before ten Oclock saturday night will be counted in on the big vote schedule even Tho they do not reach the Idaho Republican till monday or tuesday. And now for the finish. The eyes of the whole county and the surrounding country Are upon the gains of the vigilant workers Wojtoch Mem go. Ireland tuesday. George is expected to return from Boulogne wednesday. I or. H. H. Scarborough admirers nearly crush Little Mary at London party at Eccles hotel Blackfoot thursday june 24 let him Stop your headaches purebred business addition to the twelve boys who took shorthorn heifers in the calf club organized in Minidoka county this Spring make seventeen in the county who made their first Purchase of purebred shorthorn during this year. ,3 i i a London. Douglas Fairbanks had to resort to his movie stunts tuesday to Rescue Mary Pickford his wife from the great crowd of admirers who trampled on and nearly crushed her at a Garden party at Chelsea. Elbowing his Way thru the Jam he shouldered his Bride and carried her to safety. Mary was so unnerved that she cancelled the rest of her immediate engagements. 1 How to jump into the Lead no boxing classic Gordon Odowd Mckay r / in i Between heres How candidates in the Idaho Republic ans Mammoth Campaign can quickly jump into the Lead and Clinch their hold of the $2000 grand prizes before next saturday night at 10 Oclock. One 12-year subscription to the Idaho Republican $48 counts. This also counts As clubs Mikei. 880,000200,000 \ Gandil has attack of appendicitis total number of votes Given for the subscription.1,080,000 two of these Lone term subscriptions would count.2,160,000 three would count. 3,240,000 myi lists mrs. Chic Gandil will leave to Morrow for los Angeles to remain. Or. Gandil will follow after the first half of the Ball season is Over. Or. Gandil is forced to leave St. Antho fifteen rounds to a decision Pocatello Brady Park stadium i or one 10-year subscription $40 counts. One 2-year subscription $8 counts. And these two subscriptions $48 also count two clubs total number of votes for the two subscriptions. 1,148,000 700.000 48,000 400.000ny on account of an attack of appendicitis and when he is released Here he will not play Ball any More this season As it will be necessary for an operation. The Ball fans regret very much that or. Gan Dills health a impaired and that it is necessary for him to quit baseball for the . Anthony Peak Chroni Tsofi july 5,1920 him ? or one 7-year subscription $28 counts. And this subscription counts one club. Total number of votes Given for the one subscription 630,000430,000200,000 i Otto Floto Denver referee a i. \ % \ Mammoth open air stadium 6000 seats. Seats on Sale at Murp Heyus Cigar store. Prices $25, Cle. Or mrs. Helen Sims ?4 three 5-year subscriptions $60 count. And these three subscriptions make two clubs. 750.000 400.000 notice to taxpayer mrs. Helen Sims the popular con Testant from Shelley is one that from a rather late Start is rapidly becoming one of the headliners. Mrs. Sims has a Host of friends in that Community in and around Shel Ley and from the Way she is gaining in the election they Are coming to her support in Fine style. C $15, $10, $5, $3. V kindly take notice that this is the last week for the payment of the second instalment of taxes for or Jack Dempsey worlds Champion is scheduled to be introduced to the fans at the ringside. Total number of votes Given for the three subs Crip tons the year 1919. The last Day on which we will be open being monday june 28th. Delinquencies on the second instalment Means additional 12 per cent immediately hence All tax payers would do Well to make Spe Cial Effort to meet this obligation. Signed adv. 81-81 1,150,000 any. Other combination of Long term subscriptions will pile up votes on double Quick if secured by next saturday night at ten. It can be readily seen that these clubs count up mighty fast and will be of inestimable value in winning the biggest of the prizes which mean about $2000 each to the Winner. Or. Sims is also a very popular Young Man of Shelley and although he has Only been in that City for a comparatively Short time has made innumerable friends. Pocatello athletic club Box 957 or. Sims is Etc played at the Bills garage there. H. A. Benson. Tax collector. Kossl. \ own Man

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