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Big Reductions in
Ladies' Skirts and 0Waists
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During this post-holiday season we are making substantial reductions in Ladies'
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cannot afford to overlook. Our assortment is unequaled in Southeastern Idaho, and
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MOSE
LEWIS
DEPARTMENT STORE
HAWLEY OPENS FIRE ON
NUGENT AS U. S. SENATOR
Boise, Jan. 16.—Friends of ex-Gov
ernor James H. Hawley Tuesday an
nounced that a fight will be made up
on John F. Nugent in the primaries
next summer if he accepts an appoint
ment from Governor Alexander to fill
out the late Senator James H. Brady's
unexpired term in the Unittd States
senate.
If Nugent goes to the senate this
winter he must be a candidate against
Senator William E. Borah or any oth
er candidate whom the Republicans
might put forward for the long term,
they say. But if Nugent will step
aside now in favor of ex-Governor
Hawley the latter will make a cam
paign against Senator Borah next fall.
That would leave Nugent without op
ppsition in the primaries, friends of
ex-Governor Hawley point out, and he
could be a candidate for the short
the long term in the senate."
In indorsing Tuesday the state
ments made by his friends, ex-Gover
nor Hawley said: "If I am appointed
to the senate now to fill out the un
expired term I would expect to fulfill
the promises that I have made to the
party and I would make the race for
the long term in the sénat."
Campaign for Hawley.
Dr. W. R. Hamilton of Welser,
chairman of the Democratic state
central committee; Fred Floed, state
committeeman from Ada county;
Frank Martin, Judge K. I. Perky and
other friends of ex-Governor Hawley
have met and started an active cam
paign in his behalf. They Insist that
he always has been indorsed In the
primaries by Idaho Democrats, car
rying every county in the state for
the gubernatorial nomination in 1910
against John C. Rice of Caldwell, who
is now an associate Justice of the state
supreme court. They point out that
he was nominated for governor in
1912 without opposition, leading his
ticket by thousands of votes, although
he was defeated by a small margin.
In a statement given out by them
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Tuesday they say:
"In 1914, Governor Hawley con
tested with John F. Nugent for the
nomination for United States senator
and carried the primaries by a practi
cally two to onfe vote apd only lost
one county in the entire state. For
the approaching senatorial contest
against Senator Borah by common
consent all Democratic leaders urged
Governor Hawley to become the can
didate, even Mr. Nugent stating he
would give him a clear field.
"Recognized Hts Strength."
"These leaders recognized Gover
nor Hawley's strength and also that it
would require a strong candidate to
contest with Senator Borah with any
hope of success. Governor Hawley
and his friends believe that if he is
to make the race against Senator Bo
rah he should have the added pres
tige of the short term in the senate,
which the appointment would give
him; that It would not be fair to give/
the appointment to some other mai
and then draft Hawley for the race
against Borah.
"This view was presented to Gov
ernor Alexander by one of the dele
gations of Democratic leaders who
called upon him in the interest of
Hawley. The spokesman made It
clear that Governor Hawley waB re
garded as the party leader as far as
the fight for the senatorship was con
cerned, and was perfectly willing to
make the race for the long term if
strengthened by appointment for the
ensuing 10 months; that, upon the
other hand, it Mr. Nugent or some
other man was appointed, then the
appointee became the titular head of
the party and on an equal footing
with Senator Boran and must make
the race against the senior senator,
leaving the field clear for Governor
Hawley or some other private citizen
to contest with the new man placed
In the field by the Republicans for
the short term. Upon this proposi
tion Governor Hawley and his friends
will stand."
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Hawley Dislike. Break.
"The whole thing is obnoxious to
me," declared the former governor In
discussing the threatened break in
the Democratic party. "I don't think
that we should indulge in politics at
this time when we are getting ready
to fight the Germans, and I do not
believe that it would be pleaBing to
the administration at Washington."
He expressed himself as sorry that
there was need to appoint a successor
to Senator Brady.
"Senator Brady stood squarely be
hind the administration at Washing
ton in this war, and no administration
Democrat could have done better, and
I tell you that there was a mighty
warm place in my heart for him be
cause of it, and I was sincerely
touched by his death."
"TIP "TOOMER NOW FULL
FLEDGED AVIATOR.
f On Sunday last Clifforff^wte^Tip''
Toomer left for Salt Lake to make his
third attempt for acceptance in the
aviation corps, and this time his
hopes were realized as word was re
ceived here Wednesday night t£u€
"Tip" had been accepted.
T Mntds w h o iino w h o w m f l
my
:ious he was
to get in will be glad for him, and
they are already predicting the kai
ser's finish. Mr. Toomer is expected
back in Montpelier tomorrow night to
elose up his business affairs, when he
will be sent V> one of the aviation
training campp.
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SCHOOL TRUSTEES TO MEET
AT PARIS NEXT FRIDAY.
County Superintendent Spencer an
nounces that there will be a meeting
of the sqhool trustees in the Academy
auditorium at Paris next Friday after
noon, January 25th, at 1:30 and
urges that all members be present.
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WOMEN'S NATIONAL DEFENSE
REGISTRY CARDS DELAYED.
The executive board of the Wom
en's Committee Council of National
Defense announces that any woman
in Montpelier wishing to register all
of her time for the government in
either paid or volunteer service,
whether already trained or wishing
a course along any specified line—
such as nursing, stenography, etc.,
may be registered at any time upon
application to either Mrs. H. B. Whit
man or Mrs. H. H. King.
Owing to the impossibility of pro
curing cards enough to register all
the women in the city at this time,
provision has been made for special
registration along the foregoing lines,
which provision is due to the preeent
great demand of the government for
I women workers.
LYNN HOSPITAL NOTES.
! Janet Wixon of Sharon underwent
! a critical operation last week.
( Gus Dyer, a soldier boy, who is on
i a furlough visiting James Pinkney
: of Georgetown, was operated on last
j week for appendicitis and is now con
valescent.
Mrs. M. Field was brought in from
Camp Litton Sunday and an operation
performed the same day.
The five-year-old son of Bd Kearns
had his tonsils and adenoids removed
on Thursday.
Stomach Troubles.
If yoou have trouble with your
stomach you should try Chamber- j
Iain's Tablets. So many have been
restored to health by the use of these
tablets and their cost is so little. 25
cents, that It is worth while to give
hem a trlaL
PARENT TEACHERS' ASSOCIA
TION ADVOCATES SCHOOL
ON SATURDAYS.
One of the most successful tneet
- Ings of the Parent Teachers' aosocia
i tion since its organisation was held at
the High school Monday evening.
Some execellent choruses were ren
dered by both the Lincoln and Wash
ington schools, as well as the follow
ing:
Violin Solo—Mr. A. C. Tueller.
Reading—Master Ray Brown.
Ladies Quartet by the High school
girls.
Violin Solo—Lucy Hurley.
President Roy S. Welker of Field
ing academy, a splendid address on
"The School and the Home."
Besides this excellent program the
following resolution was passed:
"Whereas, Due to war conditions,
it is Imperative that the productive
agencies of our country be speeded \
np and,
Whereas, It is deemed necessary to
conserve time, energy and labor in or
der to meet the excessive demands of
war, and
Whereas, A large number of the
students of the schools of Montpelier
will be called to serve In the fields
when spring comes, therefore be it
Resolved, By the Parent Teachers'
Association of Montpelier that the
members of this association urge up
on the Board of Education the necee
ity of meeting this emergency by pro
viding that during tne second seme
ster, which begins January 21, 1918,
^ school shall be held on Saturday, in
addition to the regular school week
as heretofore provided, thus giving
! students the regular full semester's
work and at the same time dismissing
them three weeks earlier in the
spring in order that they may parti
cipate in the industrial and commer
cial activities of the country."
Roy George, Mrs. F. L. Cruick
shank and Mr. K. B. Dawson were ap
pointed to investigate the matter and
report the result of such investiga
tion to the board of education.
Soon Over His Cold.
Everyone speaks well of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy after hav
ing used it. Mrs. George Lewis,
Pittsfield, N. Y., has this to say re
garding it:
boy, five years old, was sick with a
cold for two or three weekB. I doc
tored him and used various cough
medicines but nothing did him much
good until I began, using Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. He then im
proved rapidly and in a few dàys was
>ver his cold.
Last winter my little
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DELINQUENT NOTICE.
Preston and Montpelier Irrigation
Company, a corporation, principal
p'.nix of b usiner, Sthoil H^nsc
School Dtstrict No. 17, South Mont
pelier, Bear Lake Coauty, Idaho.
There is delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock, on account of
assessment levied December 11, 1917.
the several amounts set opposite the
names of the respective shareholders,
as follows, to-wit:
Name
No. of
Certificate
No. of
Shares
Arthur Nate. 5,751
H. H. Dalrymple, 75,294 43.97
Amt.
3.31
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many slimes of each parcel of such j
stock as may be necessary, will be j
sold at public auction on the 31st day I
of January, A. D., 1918, by the sec
retary of the company, at the School [
Pleasant
Reminiscences
Are greatly enhanceed when you have pictures of
the occasions and the ones who shared them with
you and many happy hours can be spent reliev
ing them. We invite your inspection of our com
plete line of KODAKS, $1.25 and up. We also
carry a full stock of photographic supplies, films,
etc., and are prepared to take care of your wants
immediately. Gome in today and talk it over.
loiter Bros. Drug Co
THE REXALL STORE.
To Our Patrons
For the liberal patronage yon have extended
to us in the past we feel gratified, and while the
New Year will bring a new method of doing bus
iness, we feel that it will result in as great benefits
to you as it will to us.
Let us all enter into the way of doing with a
cheerful spirit and determination to double our
efforts in helping Uncle Sam to bring
war to an early close. '
the world
TheF. C. Hansen Company
FRESH GROCERIES AND MEATS
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Cash Only and will supply your gro
cery needs at the lowest prices pos
sible consist with the cash system.
Carl Spongberg, Grocer
Montpelier, Idaho
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House ol School District No.
South Montpelier, Bear Lake county,
lauho this being the regular place '[•*
business ol the said company, at the
hour ol 12 o'clock noon of such day,
to pav delinquent assessment together
with the cost ol advertising and ex
pense of sale.
By order ol the Board ol Directors.
Dated December 11, 1917.
FRANCIS M. WINTERS,
Secretary.
RARE BARGAIN IN PIANO
We will accept any reasonable offer
f or a new strictly high grade piano
have stored near Mont
which we
peller. Guaranteed for ten years. Lib
eral terms. If Interested write quick
to THF DENVER MUSIC CO., Den
ver, Colo.

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