RE FISH OR FOWL. The Price Telegraph, though politically political-ly opposed to this paper, yet is sensible when it comes to handling a common, every day argument. Here is lmw it views the action of Abe Hatch in the last campaign: Late reports from the election indicate indi-cate that L. M. Olson has floored Hatch by a majority of at least 100. iIatcii would have used good jmkinent by comingout square as a party man and not taking a "flap-doodle" petition on the fence where neither party la red to support him. We do natura'lv admire ad-mire a man who has the eternal sand to declare himself upon all occasions, even 11 lTCotts him deaily and tjcSts in numerous defeats. A good example for weak-kneed politicians, who have a natural hankering after office, is that of the editor at Helena, Montana, who, when a candidate . for office realized that he was hopelessly in the minority party, stuck to his principles on the eve of the election by stating in a public pub-lic speech his honest political convic-t convic-t ions and then said to the voters, "These are my sentiments, vote as you d d please." If that man had been elected he would have made a good officer, offi-cer, he would have never stolen a dollar dol-lar of the people's money. He had too much manhood, individually, integrity integri-ty and Americanism about him to be a thief.