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telephone Is iu firstclasa order. Offices at J. R. Brennan's, Montpelier. M. Rogen banm's, Ovid. J. II. Shepherd's, Paris. Rates Reasonable. For a Frrstclass HfllRGUT or SHAVE Go to Pete Fuller's Shop FINE BATHS. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 ' IS. CHALMERS, E. Attorney at I^aw. Idaho Blaofefoot i)i. C. A. Hoover IIOOVEK & POYNTER, Fhjsicians and Surflcons, Dr. D'Orr Poynter 5f Calls attended throughout South eastern Idaho. IDAHO * MONTPELIER & A. BAG LEY, Attorney at Law. 4 . Defenses in Criminal Cases a Speciality. IDAHO MONTPELIER THOS. L. GLENN. I Attorney at I^aw Oftice third door east of Bank, k Washington Avenue. : : IDAHO MONTPELIER. 1 Denver & Rio Grande RAILWAY. "Scenic. Line of the World: _ The beet line to Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Cripple Creek, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver and all points East. »» TIME CARD i Botween Grand Junction and Denver. Effective February. 25, 1900. Train No. 2 Train No. 4. Chicago Limited_ 2 16 a m 3 16-p in 4 1« pm 12 36 a in 3 M a in C 40 a m 5 4:» p ip 1 i Mam ) 1« pm 3 40pm Train No. S Denver Express Atlantic ExpresfR 7 1ft pm 8 20 p in 9 Sft p m 9 00 a tn 8 47 a ra 12 27 p m Lv Otrden . '"Salt Lake " Provo_ 7 2ft a m . 8 30 a m ..9 43 a m Arv Orund Jen 6 2ft p in •* Ultionwood. .9 08 p m •• I^jadvllic. 12 20 am " Cripple Crk. .7 80 a hi •* Puebla ft 22 p m 6 40 p m 9 1ft p m ft 43 a m " Oplo Spgs-7 00 a m Denver.V 30 a m New and elegant dining cars on all through trains, service a la carte. Through Tollman an« family sleeping cava ta Chicago. tiree personally conducted tourist or iiy weekly excursions to New York ^Kity and Boston via Chicago or FI Louis. Wr For rates, descriptive pamphlet and all information apply to any Ticket Agent or to, 8. K. Hooper, G. 1\ A T. A. Denver, Colo., B. F. Kevins. General Agent, Halt Lake City Dish, H. M. Qpahing, Trat. Fass. Agent. Balt Lake I I j _____ __I Sutered at the postofSco at MoHtpeüer Idaho ! as sccoîid-elass matter TEBM» OF STTBbCKTPrrOtN . THE EXAMINER. 1'ubHsbed Weekly. j I .... I S3 On« year. . Six month». 75 CM AS . E. MAURIS, Editor and Proprietor. ■S5» Montpelier, Idaho, Feb. 22, 1901. Advertising Rates DISPLAY A1>S—75 cents per inch single column per month, any « page except the first and fifth. $1 1 per inch, single column, per month ' cm first and fifth pages. Special j dis on large space and long time j contracts. i READING LOCALS—5 cents a line each insertion. LEGAL NOTICES —* l per inch first insertion, 50 cents an inch each subsequent insertion, pareil measurement. "Cards of Thanks, Resolutions 2 cents a line. No deviation from above rates. Statements rendered monthly. non 50 cts. each, One of the reasons for the pass ing of the law requiring the ap- j pointment of regents for the Uni versity for two, four and six years and thereafter appointing three for six years, was to take the board as far as possible, out of politics. Donnelly's bill provides that this be changed and thus putting back into politics deeper than ever, the j management of this institution, If the fusionists can cut the num ber to five and thus have anew board appointed, what is to hinder the re publicans, when they get a chance, from changing the number to six and thus appoint another full board. And as the legislature, in future years, changes back and forth in politics, so can the board be like wise changed, thus keeping the management in a turmoil from a political point of view. But there are other reasons for the Donnelly bill which may sooner or later come to the surface. j j 1 ! The insurance bill, before the leg islature, bears all the earmarks of having been gotten up for the bene fit of the old line life companies, ! with the object of squeezing the fra-1 ternal orders out of existence so far | as Idaho is concerned. If it passes no less than half a dozen fraternal j orders in Idaho will have to quit i business, while all the rest will be Most of the peo ple insured in fraternal orJers are too poor to afford any other kind of badly crippled, insurance, and these are the ones who will feel the iron heel of this law most deeply. 1 legislative A couple of weeks more of the session, 'then the agony will be over. ïnasnruch a» there is a reasonabl probability that Montpelier have the building of a water work? g-vstem to attend to this- year, it be hooves the citizens at the forthcom wil mg election to select progressive careful men to handle the city's af The present administration fairs. is a capable one, but there are somj who will not be able to serve again notably Mayor Barrett, on accounj of his state office, which will takl Irim away from the city much ol the time.. However, who ever i chosen to succeed him, will, we arj sure, have all the assistance Mr Barrett can render him, and bi 4 , knowledge will be of a great vain too, since he has taken much turn to acquaint himself with publi u tUities. The election occurs or the 2nd of April this year, so it if high time to look about for goot candidates of city offices. If the legislature passes a reapl portiomnent bill, and it eertainlj should pass one, it should be fairs giving ta each county, as nearly al possible, its just representation a*l cording to a fixed basis. The fini tonists ought to remember-that the! won't always be in power in Idahcj, and therefore should set no bad ldaho ' s Bright Prospects, J. S. Bariett, Idaho State Com IW * ss * oncr Immigration, Labor ! and Statistics, the successor of Maj. ! precedents whereby the opposition can wreak vengeance on them, when they come into possession of the legislature. It pays to be honest in such matters. *V*VVMM IW. L. 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