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Published Every Friday C. E. WRIGHT, Editor and Proprietor Montpelier, Friday, May 23, 1919. THEBE WAS NO COl'RT DELAY. ; In hi* article laat week entitled , "Court Delayi," Editor Hayward of the Paris Review made one statement ! which was strictly contrary to the' facts In the case. In referring to the congested condition of the court cal endar at Paris, the Review said: "It ! • however well known to those j who attended the sitting last Monday that Judge Terrell was prepared to 1 dispose of far more business than was | disposed of. The only thing that prevented him from doing so was the fact that the attorneys interested expressed themselves as wholly un prepared to proceed with the cases." We have not talked with Judge Terrell regarding the statement, but two of the Montpelier at torneys have assured us that the Re view's statement is absolutely false. In fact it was understood between Judge Terrell and the attorneys that i the business of the court last week ' would be confined to hearing pleas , of guilty, should be there any, hear ing demurrers and disposing of de faults, and that no jury cases would be called. We agree with the Review that there is more or less delay in court proceedings throughout the country these days, and the situation gener ally is not improving. However, we | feel that the Review was unjustified ; in its criticism of last week's court proceedings at Paris, for we have been informed that Judge Terrell was fully satisfied with the business dis posed of, as the calendar is now in shape for him to take up the jury cases when he returns some time next month. I GRAND CONCERT AT TABERNACLE MAY 87. A grand concert will be given at the tabernacle Tuesday night. May 27, under the auspices of the Mont pelier stake choir, with J. B. Tueller, director. Will C. Parker, manager. The prices of admission will be 50 and 76 cents far adults and 25 cents for children. The following program will be rendered: Organ solo Tannhauser Wagner Asst. Organist Lyman Crockett ge-Johnstone Stake Choir America's M Prayer_ Vocal Dnet Pres. S. L. Wright Mrs. J. W. and 'nena Arnold From Vandyke Retold Story Vivian Runs -"Dreamt of the Paat Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Berry Reading---.Mary Riggs Quartette—"Good Night"._. ...Park Horace Weavers and Sons ....Mrs. C. D. Anderson Kathleen Quayle .Mrs. H. H. King Violin Duet—Synthany .C. H. Danclia A. C. Tueller and Buckner Vocal 8olo—"In the Garden of My Heart''_.J3apbronla Quayle Male Quartette,___ -Herman Hoff and Company Vocal Solo—"Spring Time of Love Vocal Duet Vocal Solo— Plano Solo. .. Reading_ Foster Mrs. Gene Stoner Reading_ Vocal Solo__ Reading_ Good Night—" loved,"_ .Julia Lindsay : -Mrs. Kem Loveday 1 -..Miss Ida Ream i Good Night, Be Pensuti Stake Choir E. FOREST TAYLOR ON THURSDAY NIGHT E. Forest Taylor and the Rotation i Stock company come back to Mont- ! peller next Thursday night in another ! of their splendid shows, "Judgment of Men," said to be one of the best Tlays that Montpelier's old favorite j haa produced here. Reports from other cities on the stock circuit say it la playing to capacity, houses and Is being well received. The other nights of the week will be featured with a number of splen did movie« with the brat known stars. Tonight, serial nigat, another thrill ing chapter of "The Lure of the Cir cus" will be unfolded, and a Pathe news weekly and an Lko comedy will be screened. Manager Brough haa arranged for a new aerial to be open ed Jnne 3. Tomorrow nlg^it Dustin Farnum, peer of outdoor men, will be seen in "Tho Man In the Open,'' wherein a tenderfoot nature-lover goes Into the great northweat and meets the girl. A Harold Lloyd comedy, "Bride and Gloom," will also be shown. Monday night Geraldine Farrar, the famous opera star whose triumphal entry In to the movie caused such a sensation plays the role of a simple fisher-girl of Breton who marries an unscrupu lous American millionaire in a dra , i 0I 7- 8h ® 1» supported by Wally Reid, Hobart Bosworth and TuUy Marshall. Atso a Pathe News and a Pictograph. Earl Williams In "The Highest Bidder," and Larry Semon ln a big V comedy, "Traps and Tangles," billed for Tuesday night, and __ Wednesday Virginia Pearson, the screen's most famous vampire, will star in "The Love Auction," and a rip-roaring comedy, "Moonshine," starring Fatty Arbuckle as the rev enue officer on the trail of the Blue Ridge moonshiners. They say it's n scream? m ■ « «5 » * are on TAKE N FRO M TRAIN HERE WITH CASE OF SMALLPOX. J. N. Ray, rancher of Monida, Mont., Is having the small pox in style. County Physician King was called to No. 6 Tuesday morning to att end Ray, who was on his way to Cheyenne, and pronounced his Ill ness a well developed case of small pox. Chief of Police John Hinter im mediately bad the smoking car he was In cat out snd set out In the yards. Ray will remain In his prat bouse de luxe for 21 days, the legal quarantine period. Due to prompt : action of Dr. King and Chief Hllller no one in thla city was exposed to 1 r u 14 Points » why you should trade with us: 1— We're in business for your health. 2— We have a higher motive than mere cash pro fit . 3— Our goods are absolutely trustworthy. 4— You always get what you ask for—we have nothin* "just as good." 5— We gladly refund on any article that is not exactly as we represent it. 6— We strive to please—we do please! 7— Prices are precisely the same to everybody. 8— The quality of our goods is as represented on printed labels. 9—We give service as well as the best goods on the mar ket. 10— Our clerks are courteous and efficient. 11— We want you satisfied with every purchase in our store. 12— All prices consistent with the quality of goods sell. 13— Our location is handy. It's right on your way any where. 14— Our advertising never misrepresents the quality of goods we sell. Where Your Dollar Has More Cents *4 ** Riter Bros. Drug Co. THE REXALL STORE Location Cuts No Figure Last week we announced the opening of our Oates Half-Sole Tire and Vulcanizing plant, and today we have enough work to keep us going 30 days. We have bought a complete Six-Cavity Vulcanising plant and have secured the services of an expert vulcan iser. Our Big Shipment of Oates Half-Sole Tires is here and we can now give yon PUNCTURE PROOF TIRES AT ONE-HALF COST. Come in and watch us put them OU' Will G. Parker, LOCAL AGENT Authorized Service Station for Gates Half-Sole Tires Phone 130. At Corner Grocery The Complexion If you vaine your good looks do not go to bed once with out giving your face a thorough cleansing, and then ap ply a Purola ToiletPreparation. There is a Purola Prep aration for very toilet requirement. Every Preparation cames an iron-clad guarantee and your money will be cheerfully refunded if they do not give satisfaction. Sold exclusively in Montpelier by the ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ J Modern Drug Co E. Forest Taylor - and the Rotation Stock Co. Thursday Ntght, May 29 th in the thrilling drama, "JUDGMENT OK supported by Mias VloU Dale, who made rack a hit in hew initial MEN," appearance in Montpelier. POfinXAR PRICES Tickets on Sale at Jones-Robison Co. CUM BE M«ke Your Reservations Early Cl* ; 4 v V» I Perfection in Munsingwear Munsingwear suits for and children in all sizes. Fine in quality, non-irritating, long ing, perfect fitting, famous for durability ànd washability. Wear them, you will like them. They please everybody. women : wear Brennan & Davis. t VETERANS WILL HAVE CONVENTION IN BOISE /t ! A( a i diera hel£ In the city hall Tuesday i night it was decided to postpone the organisation of a county chapter of the American Legion until delegates from Paris, Bloomington and several towns on the west side of the valley could be in attendance. A scattering number of former service men were out tor the meeting. The Idaho delegation that attend ed the national convention in St. Louis have issued a call for a state i convention of the veterans to be held in Boise ofi June 26. at which time it la requested that Bear Lake county be represented. Bach county will be entitled to votes in the convention on the basis of twice its representation in the leg islature, which will give this county four votes. All returned soldiers will have a voice in the convention, however. :ing of the returned sol CLAH8IFTED ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR RE1 second FOR SALEjr—Aster plants. Phone 89. .FOR SALE-—Team about 1200 lbs. ' apiece; good work harness, and single hstnees; spring wagon and 8ee Andrew Nielsen, sec '•—Sewing machines nt md store. cutter, tion foreman. J I' OR SALE—At a bargain, if taken a: once, two registered Short Horn bulla, 4 and 5 years old; milking strain: call on or write McMurray Bros., Liberty, Idaho. FOR SALE—A nearly new Studeba ker wagon, mountain type; inquire at this office.—J. G. Watson. FOR BALE.—One four room modern For bungalow at Georgetown, price and terms inquire at Nelson A Rick's cream station. Montpelier. FOR SALE.—Ford with track body. Bargain. See Joe Rich at Groo A Toomer garage. FOR SALE.—Residence lota north and south of town, dose in; see Robert Raqr. FOR SALE.—-My residence on South Ninth street; eight-room honse. with lot 98x880 feel; aiaowA-gpod milk —— « *nr - 1H riTiv* -W P 1 - 1 >ly to Ji . L McClave. FOR SALE.—Lot on Fourth street, Just north of Riter Bros, old drag . store; for firlce and terms see Tho». ■ Barrett. * WANTED—*A • Apply atthe few more boarders. Messerlie hotel, Mrs. E. Buraett, ■ WANTED—rl)sod furniture, stoves, ■ : rang«*; trunks, suit oases, tools, ■ i baby boggles, etc., at the Montpel ■ : 1er second hand store. J FOUND—Cameo brooch, also small vanity case. Owners may have same by calling on Nell Gee. I Dr. R. H. Munson DENTIST ■ Over Bank of Montpelier. HOURS: 9:00 to 12:00 sad 1:00 to 5:00 (♦1 m till I i k 'A*j SERVICE STATION Copyright I 1919 On the Wrong Track . Sometimes you hear hurt the battery." He forgets to add distilled water. tai'pÄS . 10 " 8 °° "* 4 « chSjeA*" to * te * d of h * vfa * "• b ?' u >7 He never has a Hydrometer test made. And when his battery suddenly quits he can't raid abuse * ** ***" graduall > r dying from neglect It's a fallacy to believe that you can neglect anv battery without suffering the fwn—y imm y RnhhL^ illard Battery with Threaded Rubber Insulation is made to give unusual service jmdiong hfe, but it must be kept charged, and has to be supplied with pure water. a man say "Oh, you can't ' '1% H. We test, repair and re tirage storage batteries, •nd always carry a full supply of battery parts, new batteries and rental batteries. » The Idaho Electric Co. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Do you want to atart in business In a small way? I can start you up at once. But little capital required to swing the deal. Inquire at onoe of Mom Lewis at department store. CARD OP THANKS. We desire to express our thanks and appreciation to onr friends and neighbors for their kind words and deeds daring the illness and after the death.'of onr dear wife and moth er; we are especially thankful to the Woodmen of the World and others for the beautiful floral offerings WM. IRVING AND FAMILY. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. All water rente of the city of trailer that ia not paid on or be fore the first day of Jane, 1919, for the quarter ending Jane 30 will be shut off without fail and one dollar will he charged for turning it again. THOMA8 BARRETT, Collector. Mon OK Thu Ex a m tara 18.09 yra year. People are learning that it la only * tbne and money to ft« medicine internally for chronic AuZ "VXr" »*•££?<£* * ««• are one or the othra of thee« varieties. AU that is raaJW to .fiord relleft* to £py Chamberlain's Liniment it It coets but 15 crate Large sis* (0 orats. DR. R. B. R0SKELLEY 8 » e# rotoe *o Dr. George T. - Better Dentistry. The Painless Way Pyorrhea Trrated " 9 Hrars *-»«. l-a u "