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He studied English, history and government at night, married, and started a family.He was elected to the Chillicothe City Council in 1886 and was elected mayor of Chillicothe in 1887.
Alexanders White Store at 890 Main Street, the anchor to his chain of men’s stores, still stands as gleaming relic of the retail commerce lost to Boise’s downtown. 2014 promises to be an exciting year in Idaho politics, with hot legislative debates on gun rights and gay rights and a crowded and factionalized Republican Party primary.
In 1912, four parties vied for power in Idaho and across the U. Nationally, the 1912 Republican presidential candidate was incumbent President William Howard Taft.
He lost to Democrat Woodrow Wilson in an election in which former Republican President Theodore Roosevelt ran as the Progressive (“Bull Moose”) Party candidate and Eugene Debs made a serious presidential run on the Socialist Party ticket.
“And this one takes the cake.” Nonetheless, Brooks plans to allow his father to go ahead with plans to interview potential wives this Saturday at the Coeur d’Alene Resort. “And most Jewish girls are quite liberal, and that doesn’t work for me.
“Who knows, it can’t hurt,” he told the Spokesman-Review. ” Asked why his father chose an Idaho paper, Brooks said he was likely drawn to the area’s conservative politics.
In 1914, Haines again won the Republican nomination for governor.
Alexander had remained active in politics and was again the Idaho Democrats’ candidate for governor in 1914.It sounds like the premise of a romantic comedy: A Jewish dad eager to see his middle-aged son settle down takes out a full-page newspaper ad on his behalf titled “Looking For A Wife.” Last Saturday, real-life Jewish dad Arthur Brooks took that unusual step — without the permission of knowledge of his son, Baron Brooks.The color advertisement ran in the Coeur d’Alene Press, a paper in northern Idaho, where neither father nor son live and which is not exactly a hot Jewish dating market.Arthur Brooks, 78, of Beverly Hills, California, emphasized in the ad that the eligible woman must be willing to relocate to Salt Lake City, where Baron Brooks, 48, lives, and to stay at home and raise any future offspring.According to the ad, the younger Brooks is “looking for a wife who is ready, willing and able to have children as soon as possible.” While age (ideally between 34-38) is “flexible,” women over 5’8” are discouraged (“I am 5’5””), especially if they wear high-heels, and potential wives must be politically conservative.(Clearly neither father nor son consults with the other before talking to newspapers.) But Arthur Brooks has been ill, he told the paper, and really wants a grandson to carry on the family name.