NOTHING OF DIGNITY
8TRÉNU0US HORSE-PLAY A MARK
OF THE HOLI FESTIVAL.
Traveler In India Describes Peculiar
Methods of Making Merry In
Which Native Ruler and
Hia Suite Indulge.
A curions childish horseplsy of the
HoU festival, which Is celebrated an
nually by the maharajah of Patiala,
Is described by Mr. Charles Ber
Early In the morning I went to the
club, where I found many of the guests
who were taking part In the cere
mony for the first time. We were
provided with a complete new suit
of Hindu garments and our dressing
was superintended by the maharaja's
servants. We had camels, elephants
and victorias provided tor us. I
was on an elephant In a kind of box,
and we drove In procession to the
, palace in the native city.
We were received with great ac
claim by the natives, and I was led
to believe that it was to be decidedly
a dignified occasion; but I was woe
. fully dlstaken. Tbe fun had not
begun. Certain formalities bad to
be gone through before the signal was
We took our seats in the courtyard
of the palace, at a long table that
was loaded with large gilt dishes fill
ed with different colored balls as large
as oranges and filled with Holl pow
der, At a signal the brother of the
maharaja came to the front of the
table and salaamed to the prince, who
took one .of the balls and threw it
gently across the tabile, striking the
officer on the breaçt.
The ball broke and scattered tbe
.powder over bis costume. Then there
was a general scramble, and In less
time than It takes to write, hundreds
of balls were flying about, tbeir many
colored contents scattered broadcast
on the crowd. Next baskets of loose
powder were thrown upon us in
It was no use to expostulate; the
moment you opened your mouth some
body filled It with powder. The bat
tie grew fast and furious, when sud
denly an enormous stream of water'
from a fire engine drenched every
body. The colored powder became wet,
and mingling together, dyed us all in
brilliant variegated hues.
After this sort of thing had gone
on for half an hour it ceased by mu
tual consent, and we returned to the
private gardens of the maharajah,
wnere we were most unceremoniously
pitched Into a tank of running water.
I was dyed a deep scarlet all over my
body, and It was fully a month before
the color entirely disappeared from
' my face and hands.—Youth's Com
True to Nature.
The tots In a primary class in sense
training were Imitating anything they
choose. When It was Hazel's turn,
she stepped Into the center of the
room and wriggled her body from Side
to side. No one could guess what she
was Impersonating, so she was asked
to explain. "Why," she said, T was
a little dog wagging Its tall."
CAUGHT A BAD COLD.
Last winter my son caught a very
bad cold and the way he coughed
Sarah E. Duncan, of Tipton Iowa.
We thought sure he was going into
consumption' We bought just
bo'tie of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and that one bottle stopped his cough
and cured his cold completely." For
•ale by The Modern Drug Co.
ea/v? /o dress
Many a good capable man passes
a whole life time without ever learn
ing the VALUE OF DRESSING WELL.
When you go to hunt work, the very
first thing the man you ask: for the
position sees and judges you by Is
your CLOTHNES. How else can He first
judge you? They are the sign to him
of you success or failure,
wants to hire a failure,
serious, earnest talk we
make, to deserving men
they buy their clothes from as or not.
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XHis Is a
t. Lorenzo ßurnoune
Everything to wear for man or boy
Department «»f tbe Interior,
Lano Oftmet Blarkloot, Idaho, ___ r _ ,.
Sotitte Is berrltj aivcn. Th»i August Willi
Appl«i)»l»t, of Mont|>eller, lrlubo. too» aied In ■
this office his application to wlaci, under im>'
tion 2*06 R. S. of the Untied fctMen. Mats KKid
NK* .s«c. S4 , T ISIS.. It. 44 R. M. M.
Any an«l all person» ctalmloir the «aid laoda,
adveraely, or deslrlntt P> object bemuse of the
mineral character of «.toc» land, or for any other
rouon, to the dlapotm! lHereof to the sab! appli.
cant, should (lie their affidavit of protest in
this office on or before the isth day of SeiAein
ber, IMS. HKNKY W. KIEKKK.
First Pub 4 U» 3Ü. KltH
Last Pub Sept as, ibl a,
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Laad Office at Blackloot. Idaho. Aur
u*t 28, IMS.
Notice I» hereby Rtven that David L. Folliek,
of Montpelier, Bear Italie county, Idaho, wh<\,
on July 24th, 19UB, made Homiwlead entry, ser
ial 010, for SE 1 , SW«, Bin SK'/i and NBSÎ* SEI«.
Section 12, Township 18 Mouth, Range 44 JE.»
BOlse Meridian. h«s tiled notice of inteotio» to
make Three year final proof to establish claim
n> the land above described, before Q. Spong
berir.U S. Bimmlssloner. at Montpelier. Idaho,
on the 14th day at October. IM8,
Claimant name» aa witnesses: Joseph Orch
ard, Joseph Rasmussen. John F . tjuayle and
Key Ueorp, all of Montpelier. Idaho.
HENRY W. KIEFER,
S 29 St "
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior.
U. 8. Land Office at Blaekfoot, Idaho. Aufront
Notice is hereby given that Lillian Esch 1er,
of Raymond, Idaho, who, on May 1». ISOS, made
Homestead entry ins«, aerial Mo. 04401,
SE;-« SWJi, S.WI« SE>4. See 8, EH MWt*. Sec
tion 17, Township 13 South. Range 40 Bast,
Boise Meridian, hot, filed notice of intention to
make five year proof, to establish claim to the
land tfbove described, before II. Spangberg, U .
S. Commissioner, at Montpelier, Idaho, on the
7th day of October. ISIS.
Claimant nam « a» witnesses: X. M. Mum
ffgd, A1 ma L. Koehler, Christian Teuscber and
Ö. Kschlcr, all of Raymond, Idaho.
HKNKY W. KIEFER,
Notice for (Publication.
Department of the Interior.
U. 8. Land Office at Blaekfoot, Idaho, July
Notice is hereby given that Jacob Heaggl,
Montpelier, Bear Lake county, Idaho, who.
June 12th. 1908 mode homestead entry aerial
numberUR208. No. llOOO, for K.\k Nljej, RVi SEM
Seciton 15, Township »2 fs , Range 4S, Bast
Boise Meridian, has Hied notice of Intention
make final five year proof to establish claim to
the lend above deeeribed. before G. Epcngbérg.
Ü. 8. Commissioner, at Montpelier, Idaho,
the eighth day of September. 1913.
Claimant names us witnesses :
D'Orr Poynter, Jacob Kant, Arnold Zumbrun
nen, all of Montpelier, Beer Lithe county,
HENKY W. KIBFBK.
Regia te r.
8 I 6
Notice of Proof of Application of Wat
er to Beneficial Use. -
Notice Is hereby given that at 11 a m. on the
day of September, 1018, atMontpeJter, county
of Bear Lake, Stute of Idaho, before G , Spong
berg, U. S. Commissioner, proof will be sub
mitted of the application to beneficial use of
2 4-10 cubic feet
Worm Creek and
with the terras ana
7725 heretofore issued by the Stete Engineer of
the State of Idaho.
1. The name and
per second of ttie waters of
Book's Spring» in accordance
conditions of Permit No.
poetoffice oddreas of the
corporation holdiiw said penult are
Books, Montpelier, Idaho.
2. The u»e to which «aid water bas boon ap
plied Ik imitation.
3. The amount applied to beneficial use is
2 4-10 second feet.
♦ . The place where said water
for initiation, «rive full and accurate description
of the lands irrigated) NWH, Is' Si W M
See. 12, Tp. 10 S.. R. 45 ä!, B. M .
5. The name oi tl»e canal or ditab or other
work» by which said water is conducted
place of use is Book's ditch .
8. The right to take the water front »nah
works is based upon Permit No. T72S.
7. The source of supply from which such
water 1« diverted is Warm Creek and Rook's
«. The date of the priority which said user is
prepared to establish 1* Sept. 11, 1911.
8-15-it IT. JP. KING, State Engineer.
is uned Is (If
in the district court, of the Fifth Judicial dis
trict oi the State of Idaho in and for the Coun tv
of Bear Lake.
Chasty J. Tiaken. plaintiff
Richard H. Tiekeu. defendant
The State of Idaho sends greeting to Richard
H. Tiekeu. the above named defendant
You are hereby notified that a complaint ha«
been filed against you in the district court of
the Fifth Judicial »(strict of the State of Ida
ho in and for the Countv of Bear Lake toy the
above named plaintiff, and you are here toy di
rected to appear and answer said complaint
within twenty days of the service of this sum
mons if nerved within said Judicial Oistrlet,
and within forty days it served elsewhere; and
you are further notified that unless you appear
and answer Maid complaint within the time
herein specified, the plaintiff will take Judge
ment against you for a decree dissolving the
bonds of matrimony between you and the
plaintiff os prayed in »aid complaint.
Witness my hand and the seal of said X>1»
triet Court, this i»th day of August. 1913.
SEAL M » »llOOMHEAD :i(
THOMAS L. GLENN, attorney for plaintiff.
8 15 5t P. Ü. Address ; Montpelier, Idaho.
A Montpelier Citizen Gives In
formation of Priceless Value
When yon suffer from backache,
besdaches, dizziness, nervousness, feel
weak, lanffuid. depressed, bave »nnoy
ioK «ri nary disorders; do you know
hat t»o do? Some Montpelier people
do. Read the statement that follows.
It's from a Montpelier citizen.
Testimony that can be investigated.
Mrs. Byron Nelson, Uth St., Mont
pelier, Idaho, says: "The endorsement
I gave Doan's Kidney Pille some years
•go «till bolds flood. I haul great bene
fit: from tbia remedy when I was suf
fering from weak baute
trouble. I also gave
fills to our little dangbter, when sbe
bad weakness of the kidneys and the
boat results were received. .1 think
IxiKliIy of this remedy and I recommend
it for tbe benefit of other kidney snf
'For sale by all dealers. Price CO
oenta. Foster- Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, Bole agents for the United
lie member the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
Xe often caused by Indigestion and
oonstipation, and quickly disappears
vghen Chamberlain's 'Tablets are taken.
For sale by The Modern Drug Co.
School Attendance Notice
To Parents, Guardians and Others In Bear Lake Countv
SECTION 160. 'In all districts of this State, all parents, guardian», and
other persons haviug care of children shall instruct them, or causes them to
fc»e Instructed, In reading, writing, spelling, englUh grammar, |geo|EX*aphy
and arithmetic. In such districts, every parent, guardian or other person
having charge of any child between the ages of eight (6) and eighteen (18)
years, shall, send such child to a public, private or parochial school for
tho entire school year during which the public schools ars in aoasion In
uch districts; Provided, however, that this act shall not apply to elnlldren
over fourteen (14) years of age, where such child shall have completed the
eighth grade, or may he eligible to enter any high school in such district, or
where its help is necessary for Its own or Its parents' support, or where for
good cause shown it would be for the best interests of such child to t>e re
lieved from tbe provisions of this act; Provided, further. That if a reput
able physlcan within the district shall certify In writing that tbe oliild's
hodily or mental condition does not permit its attendance at school, such
child shall he exempt during such period of disability from the [requirementK
of this chapter. It shall be thé duty of the superintendent of the school
district, if there be such superintendent, and if not, then the county super
intendent of schools, to hear and determine all application of children
desiring, for any of the causes mentioned here.-to be exempted from tne pro
visions of this chapter, and If upon such application such superintendent,
hearing the same, shall be of the opinion that such child for any reason Is
entitled to be exempted as aforesaid, then such superintendent shall issue a
written permit to such child, skating therein his reason for such exemption.
An appeal may be taken from the decision of such superintendent so pass
log upon such application to the Probate Court of the county In which such
district lies, upon such child's making Buch application and filing the same
with the Clerk oi Judge of said court within ten days after Its refusal by
such superintendent, for which no fee to exceed the sum of one dollars shall
he charged, and the decision of the Probate Court shall be final. A.n appli
cation for release from the provisions of this act shall not be renewed of teu
er than once in three months.
The following are the provisions of the school law of the BCbool law of
Idaho, Session Laws, 1911, designed for those who are Inclined to unjustly
deprive their children of the advantages of a fair common school education:
SECTION 159. In all cases where any child ahall be a delinquent child,
juvenile delinquent person, or a juvenile disorderly person, as defined by
this act, the parent or parents, legal guardian, or person having custody oi
such child, or any other person responsible for, or by any act sue luraglog,
causing or contributing to the delinquency of such child, shall be guilty of
a misdemeanor: and upon trial and conviction thereof shall be Sued in a sum
not to exceed Three Hundred Dollars (300), or Imprisonment in the county
jail for a period of not exceeding six months, or'shall suffer both fine and
Imprisonment. Tbe Court may Impose conditions upon any person Found
guilty under this Act, and so long as such person shall comply therewith to
the satisfaction of the court, the sentence Imposed may be suspended.
SECTION 161. Every child] with In the provisions of this chapter
who does not attend school, as provided in the preceding section, or who is
lu attendance at my public, private or parochial school, and is vicious. In
corrigible or immoral In conduct, or who Is an habitual truant from school,
or who habitually wanders about the streets and public places during school
hours w ithout lawful occupation or employment, or who habitually wanders
about the streets In the night time, having no employment or lawful occupa
tion, shall be deemed a juvenile disorderly person, and be subject to the pro
visions of this chapter. »
SECTION 162. When a child shall be a juvenile disorderly
within the meaning of this act, the truant officer, or any school teacher, or
other reputable person, may make complaint in the Probate Court of the
county In which such child resides. The Probate Court shall hear and
determine such complaint, and if it is determined that such child Is » juv
enile disorderly person within the meaning of this act, he or sfxc shah
tie committed to a children's home, If eligible, or to the Idaho Industrial
Training School, or to some other training school, taking into account the
years of the child with reference to the institution selected. Any child
committed to a children's home, on Its being shown to the judge of said
court that It is incorrigible and vicious, maybe transferred to the Industrial
school or other proper Insti^tion. No child committed to any reformatory
shall be detained beyond hfsmajority, and may ba discharged syoner jar par
oled by the trustees or - hoard of control under the rulesand restriction!,
applicable to other inmates. A NY ORDER OP COMMITMENT MA.Y HE
SUSPENDED BY THE JUDGE OF THE PROB ATE COUR T DURING
SUCH TIME AS THE CHILD MAY REGULARLY ATTEND SCHOOL
AND PKOPERLY CONDUCT ITSELF. The expense of the transporta
tion of the child to the Juvenile reformatory shall be paid by the county
from which tbe child Is couimited.
SECTION 163 The Probate Court of the several counties in this state
shall have authority to appointor designate one or more discreet persons
of good moral charotera to serve as probation officers during tbe pleasure of
the court; said probation officers having authority to act only upon the re
quest and under the direction of the Probate Court, and to receive such
compensation for services actually performed as tbe Probate Court shall
deam Just and proper. The number of paid probation] officers appointed and
designated by the court shall be as follows; In counties in which the last
school census shows a school population of over Five Thousand (5000) not hi
exceed two (2) probation offiers; In all otbercounties not to exceed one (1
probation officer. In case a probation officer shall be appointed,
the duty of the judge of the court, if practicable, to nofeify said probat
ion officer when any child is to be brought before the court: It shall be
the duty of such probation officer to make investigation of such case, to be
present in court to represent the interests of the child when the case is
heard; to furnish to the court such Information and assistance as the court
or judge may require, and to take charge of any child before and after the
trial as may be directed by tbe court or judge. Probation officers provided
for by this act are hereby vested with all power and authority of sheriffs,
constables and police officers to make arfests and perform other duti
cident to their office as probutoin officers. «
SECTION 164. It shall be tbe duty of the board of trustees of each
school district to report to the county superintendent all cases of truancy,
delinquency and incorrigibility which arise within tbeir respective districts,
and such county school superintendent shall Immediately report such case
to the Judge of the Probate Court.
It Is sincerely hoped that no violators of this law will be found In our
ALFRED A. HART,
Superintendent of Public InsEirucsfcion
it shall be
AT PRICES WHICH
WILL UCAD YOU
PRICES WHICH WILL.
• LEAD YOU
200 pair of boy's shoes
wortf) up to $3.50, on
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the Selz company 2000
pair of factory samples
coosistiog of Mens Lad
ies snd Children "s sljoes
at greatly reduced price
300 pair girl's shoes,
sizes 9 to 2, worth up
to $2,50 at... $1.85 pr.
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DATES OF SALE
May 7, 8, 10, 17, 14, 31.
June 3, 7, 13, 14, 21, 28.
July 2, 5, 10, 19, 23, 31.
August 1, 9, 10, 11, 16, 22, 28
September 10, 11
LIMIT October 31, 1913.
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Fruits and Vegetables
Preserve them NOW
It's just the pure juice of
while they are cheap and the mountain states' finest
sugar beets—clarified anft
Be sure the sugar you crystalized.
use is Ut&h.Idaho Extra
Pine Beet Sugar.
Each individual orysral
is snow white and absolute
Your preservings will
Extra Fine Beet Sugar will You can use it with tbe
positive knowledge that its'
Chemical and fruit pre- qua .lity is the highest,
serving tests prove its the
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# Should be fresh.
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Should be dispensed carefully.
Should cost you but a fair price.
Should be bought amid clean surroundings.
Everything in our store is as it should
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THE SWELLEST BIGS
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that is why we suit the most exact
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Montpelier Livery Co*
THE VINCENT FURN. GO.
Undertaking & Embalming a Specialty
• Licensed Embalmer
House Phone 8a
Tailor and Cleaner
Opposite First National Bank
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
Hats Cleaned and Blocked.
Suits Made to Measure
Dr. G. T. SMITH
Parlors over Riter Bros* Store
Offiw Hoar»: 9 tot2 and 1 to 4.
Ashley & Cooley
Office hours—tO to 12: 2 to 4; 7 to 9
Montpelier office at hospital
Paris office, Dr. Cooley's residence *
Montpelier Phones 16» and 63
Paris Phone 28
All calls given prompt attention
D'Orr Poynter, M. D.
PtiysiGlan and Surgeon
All Calls Promptly Atttenc'ed
Office hours: 10 to 12 m and 2 lo4 p m
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