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THE MONTPELIER EXAMINER
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDA^ BY The Examiner Publishing Co., Ltd. C E. WRIGHT, Editor and Manager b GSuterad »t the postoffioe in Montpelier, Idaho, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year, in advance Six months, if paid in advance.75 E B B B .$1.50 B I Montpelier, Idaho, March 27, 1914 If Judge Ailshie was cor- S~ rectly quoted by the Lewiston correspondent to the Boise Capital News, we believe that honorable gentleman has made a grave mistake in so g freely criticising Senator Borah. Granting that the tr Judge is prophesying correct- S~ ly in declaring that he will be elected to succeed Senator Brady, that is all the more reason why he should refrain from critising the actions of g: the man who will be his col league in the senate for four years, at least- The dispatch quotes Ailshie as accusing Senator Borah of being "a straddler" and of "waiting to find out what the mob wants and then getting on the pop ular side of the question. The Judge does not intimate what particular question Bor ah has "straddled" during the past six years, but we presume he has reference to the attitude the senator took on the presidential question dnring his campaign for re election two years ago. While it is true Senator Borah did not make plain his attitude as between Taft and Roosevelt, yet on all ques tions of national legislation touching the welfare of the masses we believe that he has been as emphatic in declaring his position as it was possible for any man to be. Nor has he been the least backward, since his election, in letting the people know where he stands on any question of national importance which has come before the United States senate. It ill becomes Judge Ail shie, as we view it, to criti cise our senior senator, inas much as the latter will not be an issue in this campaign, es pecially so far as the election of a United States senator is concerned. It is bad enough for one candidate for the high office of U. S. senator to sling mud at any opposing candi dates, and it is certainly worse for a candidate to at tempt to belittle the record and standing of one who has not publicly uttered a word against the candidacy of the accuser. And by the way, may we not ask Judge Ailshie where he stands on the leading is sues of the day, and also where he stood in the cam paign two years ago? Was he a stand-patter, progressive or middle-of-the-roader? A1 tho the people of Idaho may not now be generally inter ested as regards where he stood in the last campaign, they are interested in know where he stands today, inas much as he is an aspirant for the highest office within their gift. . He certainly cannot hope to win even the nomi nation by charging Borah with being "a stradler" and then not making clear his position on the leading issues of the da} T . If we mistake not, Judge Ailsbie's chances for election to the Uuited States senate will be materially lessened if he persists in making such criticisms of Senator Borah as that which were ascribed to .him in the Lewiston dis patch to the Capital News. B EE e= B B B II From the manner in which the electors of Oregon are designating their party affilia tions for the approaching' state primary election, it is evident that many who sup ported the progressive move mmnrommmmmmrommmmmmmmmmmmrommrommmmmmmmmmmk! RITER'S SODA OPEN 1 NO I Saturday, March 28 b a E Free !! 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Snow Man. 16a e= =3 15c 15c —The blood of the grape from the best Concord grapes—10c 20c B Our Motto: The Best Soda Served Well The Rexall Store Pur© Material Clean Glasaea B B mmmmmimmimmmmmimmmmimmmimmmiimK SPRING MILLINERY OPENING This year, as in former years, we aim to make our spring opening thoroughly practical and sensible, and to that end have gathered from far and near all the new styles in ladies' hats that we know will fully meet your needs and requirements. It will simply be a splendid showing of authentic new spring styles that will surely please you. A Mirror of Fashion's Fancies where you may see what the genius and skill of the designer and manufacturer have created for your use and adornment for 1914. This panorama of styles will be a source of inspiration to every woman who views it. It is, however, an occasion of double inter est—economical as well as artistic. As in past sea sons, we have prepared special opening values, which we are quite sure will be appreciated by our patrons and make this opening day, Saturday, March 28, of commercial benefit, as well as a distinct pleasure to you. Come! Remember, Saturday, March 28, is the day of the opening. On that day we will make a 10 per cent reduction on all hat* sold for cash. Only the very latest styles will be shown. The Golden Rule Store r T 2 vr 7 Hammond Bros., Managers FOUR REED PROGRAM New Pictures Every Night. First Show Starts at 7:80 Second Show Starts at 8:45 Continuous Until 10:30 O'Glock: Come and Bring the Children Prices: 5 and IO Cents Matinee Every Saturday Montpelier Theatre BROUGH & O'CONNOR, Mgr.. 'THE HOUSE OF ALL LICENSED FILMS" Remember We Change Our Pictures Every Night ment two years ago are re turning to the republican fold. Out of a total of 109, 791 voters who had registered in that state up to last Sat urday night, 65,981 had reg istered as republicans, 28,399 as democrats, 4,617 as prohi bitionists, 3,546 as progres sives, 2,194 as socialists and 4,334 as miscellaneous. Un der the Oregon law the des ignation of affiliation holds until after the primaries, "so that those who register belonging to one party cannot vote in the primaries of an other. While only about one third of the voters of the state had registered up to last Saturday, the showing made by the progressives is so small that it plainly indi as cates they will not cut much figure in the politics of the Web state this year. The G range ville Globe says that this year's political cam paign .in Idaho promises more amusement and rip-roaring excitement than any three ring hippodrome ever shown under canvas. What with the republican four-cornered .... , . senatorial battle, With the hull mnnsp oft raet inn nn fho Dull moose attraction on tlie side; the democrats with the ■vr.. . tt l c , ■ • Nugent -Hawley factions grip ping at each others throats , . .... , . and Dubois With his big tent •md Mormon attraofinn t.n an ana Mormon attraction to ac company the two principals; Haines with his political cart Inadnd with fax ronnint.« and1 loaded wild tax receipts and Mose Alexander carrying his ! clothing sign, this alone would guarantee your mon ey's worth. Then top it all off, we have "state wide" which will be the overshadow ing influence of the whole campaign and will add zest and flavor to the regular pro gram. Better secure your ticket early and avoid the rush. The pupils of the Green River High School entertained last Friday even ing at the Carnegie Library In honor of the Misses Marie and Viola Mulioa who will leave shortly with their par ents for Montpelier, Idaho, where In the future they will make their home The evening was enjoyably spent in instructive and amusing games, in which all present entered into as only genial hearts can, and the young ladies in whose honor the party was given, were given an evening of friendliness that will long remain in their memory of the happy eveuts of their lives.—Green River Star. SU Andrew's Episcopal Church. F. M. Johnmn, Jr., Lay Missionary. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning prayer at 11. Subject, 'Tlie Fountain of Cleanliness." Evening prayer and Litany at 7:30. The Temptation of Subject, Christ." Ail are cordially invited to attend Presbyterian Church Notice. SUNDAY SERVICES Bible school ot 10 a. tu. Preaching service at 11 a. m. and7;80 p. m. ' Christian Endeavor service at Ö :45 b. tn All are cordially invited. Missionary Sooiety, third Friday of each month at 2:30 p. m. Aid society, first Friday of each month at 2:30 p. m. Westminster Gnild, third Saturday of each month at 3 p. m. This New Medicine Saves You Money We are drnggists right here in your town and making a liying ont of the drug business, hut it is becanse people have to have drugs aud not beoanse we like to see people suffer—we don't. Our duty is to render the best service we can, and when someone is ailing, we are interested in seeing them take the best medicine their is for their particular trouble. We don't recommend "cure alls," as we don't believe there are snoh things. We don't want yon to spend more than yon have to. Some of yonr get small wages find when your sick, none at all, and you should get the most you can for your money. We recently came across a new re medy for increasing strength and build ing np people who are run-down and emaciated. We know that a slight trouble sometimes grows into a sesious one, and to stop it in the begining, will save yon money in the end. This new compound is called Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion. It is the best remedy, when you are run-down, tired ont, nervous —no matter what the canse. It dosen't merely stimulate yon and make yon feel good for a few hoars, hut take hold of the weakness and bniids yon up to a healthy, normal condition. It is a real nerve-food tonic and bnilder of good blood, strong mnscle, good digestion. It contains Hypopbosphites, which tone the nerves, and pure Olive Oil, which nourishes the nerves, the blood and en tire system. Pleasant to take. Contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs. We promise that if you are not perfectly satisfied with it we'll give yonr money back as soon as you tell ns. Bold dhly at the more than 7,000 Rexall Stores, aud in this town only ;by us. Riter Bros. Drug Co., Montpelier, Idaho. w . J Madam, if your husband is like most men he expects you to look after the health of yourself and children. Coughs and TOlda are the m09t ^mmon of the minor ailments and are most likely to lead to serions diseases. A child is much more likely to contract diptheria w scarlet tever when it has a cold. If y° a W "1 inquire into the merits of the various remedies that are recommended l ' or °° 0 X h8 " n<1 will find thttt Chamberlain'S Cough Remedy; stands high In the estimation of people ^nt and^fe^"^" wff?« | qualities especially to be desired when , „ , nwnd „ d for children, ! For sale by all dealears, i TO THE HOUSEWIFE. . *■ * M * Repu t a ti o n Counts m m m m m m m m m * * * I * m f < * The reputation of this store has been established upon honest merchandising methods, strictly ad hered to. We give you a plain statement of facts. When we tell you that a piece of goods is pure wool you can count on it that it will stand the test. The truth is good enough for us, and to tell the truth we make a fair profit on reliable merchan dise and honest values. Hi <ft Hi Hi ik m Hi m f. Hi m Hi Hi Hi Hi \* t m m Hi BRENNAN & DAVIS Hi * Hi Hi * Hi Hi * IDAHO * MONTPELIER 'h fiv «• Ed. C. Rich GROCER GOOD GOODS HONEST TREATMENT REASONABLE PRICES City Orders promptly Delivered-Phooe No. 6 ■ DAIRYMEN! Correèt Tests Prompt Payment Highest Market Price FOR YOUR CREAM NELSON AND RICKS CO. Salt Lake City, Ut. Manufacturers of Fancy Creamery Rutter, Wholesale Dealers in Butter Eggs, Poultry and Cheese Communicate With B. F. SMALL, Montpelier, Ida. Or Write Direct to the Company at 359 Eccles Are. Salt Lake City, Ut. » 1 r jtbrd A I H - ! V 1 if S M C \ R The best car for its price—aijd noije better at any price. That is what we claim for the Ford. More tljai) 450,000 Fords in World-wide service bear eut our contention. Buy yours today. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runnabout; the touring car is five fifty; the town car seven fifty—f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from Cruikshank & Nelson Montpelier, Idaho materials. If the finder will leave at | thi8 . offlce he wUI receive reward We are showing a few of the spring stvies in ladies' coats.suit»and skirts i Call and see them.—Mose Lewis. Lost, on Main street in Montpelier, a black satchel containing painter's BEST TREATMENT FOR tONSTI PATION. "My danghetr need Chmberlain's Tablets for constpatlon with good suit and I can recommend them highly',' writes 1'nul B Babin, Brushiy, La. For sale by all dealen. I Leverich & Hess Commission Merchants Hay, Grain, Pork, Veal and Rolled Feed. Custom Rolling Done While You Wait Utah and Rock Springs^. CO A L Phone 99 MONTPELIER, IDAHO I JJl and a good bakery go hand in hand. It has been said that good flonr is the staff of life, but it requires a good BAKERY to make flonr of any practical use. We have a bakery that is most com plete in all its appointments, and we take pleasure in turning ont all the nsnal bakery products, such as bread, cake, pies, rolls, etc. THE ROYAL BAKERY D'Orr Poynter, ML D. musician and Surgeon All Calls Promptly Atttended Office hours: 10 to 12 m and 2to4|pm Offices over Modern Pharmacy in Brennan Block MONTPELIER IDdtjO "Clean Up the Bowels and Keep Them Clean" There are many remedies to be had for constipation, but the diffi culty is to procure one that acts without violence. A remedy that does not perform b y force what should be piished by persua sion is Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets. After using them, Mr. N. A. Waddell. 315 Washingt St, Waco, Te says: "Almost all - ... Ufa 1 hava been troubled with constipation, and hava ■ remedies, all of which ► seemed to cause pain without giving f much relief. I anally tried Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets and found them ex eellent. Their action Is pleasant and mild, and their chocolate Uuste them e*8} to taka accom (511 ex.. my "Clean up the bowels and keep them clean,' is the advice of ail physicians, because they realize the danger resulting from habitual con stipatton. Do not delay too Ions, but begin proper curative Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets measures. . - .. . , - are a new remedy for tbit old complaint, and a great improvement over the cathartics you have been using in the past They taste like candy and work like a charm, A trial witl convince yon. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are sold by ail druggists, at as cents a box containing as doses. If not found satisfactory after trial, re turn the box to your druggist and Be will return your money. .. MILK« MEDICAL CO* KtkMrt, In*.