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Oh, Look What's Coming! Baseball Next Sunday. Grace Cavalry vs. Montpelier Phosphates. Ball Park 3:30
JL MONTPELIER EXAMINER Beach the People Thrti Our Adver tising Columns. Mon (polier Population 1000—8000 Bear Lake County 8788 A Progressive Independent Newspaper Devoted to All the Interests of Bear Lake County, Idaho. VOLUME XXVII. MONTPELIER, BEAR LAKE COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MAY 13,1921. NUMBER 8 TO BUTTLE SUNDAY The' opening of the baseball sea son in this city will occur next Sun day when tho homo team will go up against tho (^race Cavlry tean at tho local ball grounds. Manager J. H. Beatty states that the local team will be In full working order In time to taka on the Grace aggregation, and while tho team was Just organ ized finally Tuesday night, the boys have been going through some stren uous workouts and are in shape to put up a pretty stiff contest for win The game has ning honors Sunday, been called fof 3:30. Everybody get out and boost for tho home team, and help put Mont pelier on the baseball map of south -4 eastern Idaho. Tho homo team has been signed up for four game already, and three of them will be played on the home grounds. The lineup for Sunday's game: Duke Anderson, captain. Garrison, center field. Botkin, second bape. Hartman, left field. Sharp, center. Anderson, first base. < Wedel, third base. Mulica, pitcher. Lindstrom, short stop. , Pugmiro right.field. Utility—Grime's, Rhodes and Day ton. AGKI) LADV DIES Mrs. Susan Henrie, age 92 years, resident of Monlpelier fort - quito a number of years passed away Monday morning shortly after 7 o'clock at the home of her daughter Mrs. Robert A .Birch, of death was old age. would have been 93 years old had she lived until tho 17th of next She was bron June 17, 1832 She is survived by seven children and four preceded her in death. Funeral services were held Wed nesday in the Third ward chapel. and a The cause Mrs. Henrie month. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie King, whof removed from Montpelier to Kays! ville about a year ago, have now lo-\ cated -in Bancroft, where Mr. King', purchased tho barber shop formerly' Mrs. King camo over to Montpelier last week to visit indefinitely, and Mr. King over Saturday night and visit Kings to Bancroft. owned by E. C. Bills. camo ed over Sunday. SAFETY FIRST MEETING. A Division Safety First meeting held in the club house here on was Wednesday. The officials who were In attendance were: Pierce, Sec. A. L. Hubbard, General Safety Agent D. K. Rawlins, Master Mechanic D. Gratton, Train Master W. E. Bowen, Supervisor B. and B. J. E. Cullen, Station Supervisor A. H. Hunter. About forty members of the committee were present. A Safety First motion picture program shown In the City Hall at night. Supt. R. A. was COUNTY APPEARS IN _GOOD CONDITION If the sale of automobile licenses' is a barometer by which one may « gain an Idea of the general condi tions in a community, then Bear Lakers need not fear the rumors of hard times. In April this year, au tomobile licenses to the amount of $3,348 were sold in this county, as, 'against JJ..94MF fot tha same period .ln 1920.J This is according Tofig w'Tffes~'~c5n»plled by County Assessor James Dunn. Bear Lake county is, and has been all along, in a better condition tinncially than any of the neighboring communities. He Succeeded. A gentleman, walking near Oxford was met by some students of the university, one of whom addressed him with: "Good-morning Father Abraham." "I am not Father Abraham," said he. "Good-morning, Fathe^ Isaac," was the reply. "Good-moraing, Father Jacob," Baid a third. "I am neither Abraham, Isaac, nor Jacob; but Saul, who went out to find his father's asses, and lo! I have found them.' -Exchange. 1 NOTICE TO FARMERS! All farmers desiring to move bay derricks under Utah Power A Light high tension linè between Soda Springs and Litton, should call W. E. Hathenbruck, Montpelier, at his expense and avoid accident. Tele phone No. 94-J. ml3-20-p DR, SOLF IN JAPAN ft. < : Ls r>: n$ sM Dr. Soif, the new German ambas sador to Japan, with his credentials under bis arm for presentation to the Japanese emperor. The severe sim plicity of his garb contrasts with the gorgeons uniforms formerly worn by f he ambassadors of the kaiser. .WINING CONCERN FILES INCORPORATION PAPERS The Apex Mining'company of this city, capitalized for $10,000, divided nlo one million shares, has filed articles of incorporation vyit h tho date department in Boise. The in corporators of the new concern are M. Jj. DeJulien, M. B. Cherry, H. A. Dalesman, Wm. H, Murray, John A. Bagley, E. E. Mulica and Edward French. r fho work of clearing the old build irigs from the triangle nea,r the de pot is progressing rapidly, and tire grounds will soon be cleared. It has been a long looked for improve ment ,and when completed will be greatly a ppreciated by the people of, kite city. J ~Tïïë~cïïF~cÔûnciL 'Tb now VaHIMOTfig the advisability of im proving the grounds, which, it is be lieved, will be accomplished not later than next sp,ring. •ianglo Nearly Cleared, RECEIVES LETTER DAMAGED IN MAIL AIRPLANE WRECK William McLennan of this city Tuesday received a letter mailed in California, which was salvaged from the burned mail airplan.e which was wrecked near Rock Springs a few days ago.* The letter was burned on the edges, being preserved only by being tied in a bundle with others. The address was intact, however, and was forwarded tq Montpelier in a government sealed envelope. SEMINARY CLASS PLAY. The seminary class of the Mont pelier high school Is preparing to present a dramatic event on Thurs day afternoon and evening, May 19. is the 'Aaron Boggs, Freshman, llay decided upon, and the students ire busy rehearsing the play, which »ill bo shown at the Gem theatre pith a matinee at 3:30 and night performance at 8:30. The play will be presented in Paris on Monday, the 21st, at the opera house. JOE DAVIS RETAINS IN TEREST IN MODERN DRUG Through an error last week wo stated that J. R. Leewright of Rupert had purchased the Joe Davis Interest In tho Modern Drug company In this city. The fact is that Mr. Leewright pur chased tho Johnson interest in tho company, and Mr. Davis re tains his holding iu the com pany. Mr. Leewright and Mr. Davis own an equal interest in the business. We extend apology to Friend Davis for-trying to railroad him out of town. We are pleased to learn that Mr. Davis is still sub stantially interested in Mont pelier. . NOTICE FOR BID»—SPRINKLING. Tho city clerk will received sealed bids for the sprinkling of the streets of Montpelier for the year 1921, up to 5 o'clock p. m., on the 18th day of May, 1921, at his office in the City Hall. F. L. CRUIKSHANK, It City Clerk. JOHN FLYNN VICTIM DREH TYPHOID At 3 o'clock Monday morning th«y grim reaper claimed the life of Joh« Flynn, husband and father, and k young man whose circle of friends was limited only by the bounds oi hii acquaintanceship gained during' tho year that ho resided In Mont pelier. Typhoid fever was the cause of death. While Mr. Flynn had been ailing for tho past three or four weeks, it was not until Saturday last that ho was compelled to confine himself to bed. He sank gradually from that time until his demise. John Flynn was 32 years of age; was born In Blakely, Minn., August 15, 1889. Prior to coming to this city with his wife and little daugh ter Mr. Flynn resided in Spokane, Wash. They came to this city about a year ago and engaged In the hotel buBineSB, and have gained hundreds of friends throughout this entire dis trict. Mr. Flynn was of a quiet, un assuming disposition. Besides Mrs. Flynn and little daughter he is survived by a father, three brothers and two sisters. Ho was tho son of William Flynn of Blakely, Minn., and the remains were shipped to that city yesterday on No. 18, accompanied by Mrs. Flynn and daughter, a brother. Raymond Flynn of Seattle and a nephew Edward Nee of Spokane, both of whom came to Montpelier Wednesday. Mr. Flynn was a member of the Elks lodge, having joined that order in this city last month. RANKS IN GOOD CONDITION / Statements of the condition of thé First National and Bank of Montpe lier appear in another part of toi day's Examiner. The reports of thoso institutions are very good too this time fo year, and show that tha condition of affairs in Bear Lake county are in very good shape. C ELEBRATES OOTH BIRTHDAY - Tuesday, the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thompson gathered at \ho home of their parents, the occa»' d'ion being the 90th birthday anni vfersary of Mr. Thompson. Present wore their sons Alfred sind Albert, their wives and chlld Fen, and their daughter, Mrs. Carl 'Borg, her husband and children. A sumptuous dinner was served and the gathering was photographed at the table. Conspicuous in the photo graph is Mr. Thompson, holding on his knee the four-months* old baby of Alfred. These represent the old est and youngest of the Thompson family. An observer would scarcely believe that Mr. Thompson has passed the 90th milestone; his stature, eyes, and intellect more closely feature a man of 60 years. "AARON ROGGH, FRESHMAN. 1 SYNOPSIS: Act I—Tho Collego Campus. In college years, when life'B Spring, The old love seemed a little thing, And heads are twined by the col lego whirl. And the Freshman seeks a college girl. as Act II—A College boarding house. Off with the old love, on with the new, But often the newer love won't do. The sweetest rose Is the old rose pressed, And I sometimes think that the old love's best. Act III—Same as Act II. For a college life Is a thing apart, And a college love is a whim o' the heart. But the heart heals true, though the world seems slow. When you love the girt that you used to know. PUTS ON SALE. Tho Golden Rule store In this city has arranged to put on a big sale of merchandise. beginning Saturday morning, and has a large announce ment in this paper. DANGERS, LET'S GO Saturday night. May 14, at the Montpelier Pavilion, the Musical Four will play for a big dance, which will start promptly at 8:30. The Musical Four is n traveling orches tra, which comes to Montpelier high ly recommended, having played all along the line. The members are great musicians, and change instru ments all through the program. Prof. Wendell is In charge of the musicians. A rare treat is In store for Montpelier dancers. Plenty of jazz if you want it. Admission will be *1.00, ladies free. it MONTPELIER ELIS FORM HEW CLUB At a meeting of local members of the Elks lodge, held Sunday after nbon, a spirit of optimism prevailed, and it was the general sentiment of thoso present that some provialon should bo made in regard to the eg tablishing of club rooms. a re it or rire meeting ir riun was or nized which will be known as the The follow "Montpelier Antlers." lng officers wero elected: President, John-G. Harvey; secretary, Earl Pet erson, and treasurer, F. M. Williams. In the discussion of club rooms. was thought unadviaablo to estab lish headqurters at this particular season owing to the approach of summer, and upon suggestion of Mr. Sloano this matter was postponed until Sunday, Sept. 4, and a com mittee of seven was appointed to In vestigate every angle of the propo sftion in the meantime, and be pre pared to mako a full and complete report at tho September meeting. The committee Is composed of J. H. Beatty, chairman, L. G. Sloan, Sam V. Tunks, E. V. Brookshire, J. C. Myers, F. M. Williams and H. M. Nelson. The first meeting of the committee was held Monday evening, at which an invitation dancing party was decided upon, to bo held on tho evening of Juno 15th. BREAKS FINGER. Tho first baseball casualty of the season obcujred on Tuesday after noon when Al E. Thiel reached out tho wrong mit when ho went to catch a ball pitched to him in a little street practice, and received a brok en finger on the right hand, result Ai. is carrying his arm in a sling, and incidentally wilt occupy a grandstand seat at the game next Sunday. As a RAILWAY CLERKS' HOP. Wednesday evening, May 18, Is the date* of the third annual ball of the Order of Railway Clerk of Mont pelier and district. The boys are dwtslly engagod in making prépara tiohs for tho event, and anticipate one of the leading events of the late season, THE SENIOR RUFF. Tho stage Is all set for the Senior Ruff, the annual ball of tho Senior class of the Montpelier high school. No little difficulty was experienced by the promoters In deciding on the place for holding the danco, but the Pavilion was finally decided upon. Tonight (Frl ), May 13, Is the date. Fine music will be furnished and the admission will be one dollar. Luncheon Served. Edward West was host to a few friends at a luncheon served at his homo Thursday of last week. A fine social time was enjoyed by the guests, who Included A. D. Dean, W. S. Burnam, H. U. Sims, Tom Hart man and Newt Benton. NEW LESSEE FOR OOKEV1LLK HOTEL. Mrs. Emma Fuller has leased the Haggerty Hotel in CokevlUe and sumed charge Sunday. Mrs. Fuller has conducted the dining room for some time past, but now will have charge of the entire institution. 8281.000,000 GOLD BROUGHT INTO U. 8. SINCE JANUARY 1 New York.—A *6.000,000 gold shipment said to be the first of a series to be madd by the government of Great Britain- to aid In the retire ment of Its 6 1-2 per cent bonds ma turing, has arrived here. Consigned to J. P. Morgan A Co., fiscal agents here for the English government, the gold came Monday aboard the steam ship Mauretania. In addition to the Morgan Consign ment, the Mauretania brought a *3, 000,000 gold shipment to another banking house. - Another shipment of *6,326,000 arrived Tuesday on the motor ship Stureholm, from Gothenburg, Swe den. The flow of gold into the United States daring the last month approxi mated *60.000,000 making the total since the first of the year In excess of 1231,000,0041. ATTENTION FARMERN!. If you are contemplating re* pairing the old wagon, or buy ing new wheels, don't fall to call and seo us. in n position to make wonder fnl low prices of wagon wheels. Consolidated Wagon * Machine iatf HERE'S A CHAMPION BABY j % gS fo jj » Here Is a claimant tu tho title of world's champion heavyweight new born baby. Ha is Robert Embry, Jr. of Terra Bella, Cal., and ha wslghad IB pounds when boro. I. O. O. F. VISIT TO KKMMKRKR. Tne Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of Kentmerer, Wyo., extended an u- gent invitation to the Rebekahs and Odd Fellows of Montpelier to Join them on April the 30th, and parti cipate in celebrating tho 102nd an niversary of American Odd Fellow ship, and thl/ty-four members of the two branchee of tho order here re sponded «nd took train No. 18 for Kemnrerer on the date named and arrived on time in Kemmoror, where *o wero met by committee who pro Ided us with the boat accommoda ona Kemnmr«\r had, which would be difficult to surpass. Tc^ say that wo hud a good time 14 putting It mildly. The beat of rarythlng was ours, and nur money as not allowed to he used. Montpelier money was po good Hi Kemnrerer. We had everything they could give us. The anniversary was celebrated with n grand ball and carnival. There was a large attendance. The music wan excellent, everyone was merrÿ and everything connected with the occasion waa the most pleasura ble. We all returned well satisfied that the hospitality and fraternal courtesies extended could not bo ex celled any place on earth. We will long hold pleaaant mem ories of their royal hospitality and good fellowship. By order of the lodge. E. F. OUVON, Secretary No. 18, I. O. O. F. They CITY COUNCIL MET WEDNESDAY An Adjourned session of the city council convened st the City Hall Wednesday evening, and the princi pal item of business was the matter of appropriations for the ensuing year beginning on the first Tuesday in May. C. H. Buck and William Horsley were sworn In to serve as special policemen without pay. Robert A. Birch was also given the oath of office. A building permit wan granted to Charles Schmidt for the erection of an addition to the tailrosbop. Engineer PAVING HON 184 PROGRESSING Acordlng to word received yester day morning by Clerk F. L. Crulk Nhank from the Ilanchett Bond Com pany, the detail work of completing the bond purchase from this city Is progressing with all possible speed. Tho general obligation bonds are O. K., and final examination of the spe cials brill be accomplished In s few days. HAFETY FIRST ENTERTAINMENT Under the auspices of the Safety First Committee of the Oregon Shqrt Line, sn entertainment was given Wednesday night In the city hail, in which several reels of fine pictures were shown, which dealt with the safety first scheme as being applied by railroads. Mias Marie Nielsen gave a splendid reading; a talk was made by Supt. R. A. Pierce, and a quartette from the high school ren dered a musical number. Special Session. The city council held a special session Friday night at the City Hall and discussed many questions of lui portance to the city. The new offt ctali aro getting right down to boat Importât projects up their sleeves. For their information the mayor and council Inspected the blue prints of the plans for the paving job and also the tentative plans for the beautify lug of tb« city parks. on the start, and have many m R. A. SULLIVAN DEW CO. BOARD MEMBER it. A. Sullivan, vice-president of the First National Bank of this city, waff named by Governor D. W. Davis the latter part of last week to fill jthe vacancy in the board of county j commissioners created by the resig nation of Silas L. Wright on April 1. The appointment of Mr. Sulli van to this position does not como as a surprise to many, because the Republican County Central Commit tee was hack of the appointment, first securing his cousent to take the position before sending his name to the governor with its endorsement. Mr. Sullivan Is a recognised au thority in this part of the state in matters pertaining to finance and business. He is also well versed in the affairs of the public, having been directly and Indirectly strutted with public affairs for many years In this county. Sullivan to'the board and his will ingness to serve, has met with uni versal f«vor over the entire county. The appointment of Mr. ALL A BOARD FOR BASEBALL GAME Tho Base ball league under the direction of the Montpelier Stake baa announced the schedule tor the tirât scries of 1921 •here are 4waive teams represented In the league. As noted In the constitution of the league, It 4s the purpoae of the atako officiais to provide opportuni ty for all so Inclined to participate In playing baseball and to provlds entertainment for all members of the ward In attending the games. In order to carry out this latter pre vision all games on the home ground must he played within the limits of the ward. This feature emphasises the social Idea of the games and It Is hoped that «much Interest will be ardused. Many of the team« hava already been practicing and a goodly ahare of old and worthy talent In the great American gnme haw been discovered. Base ball appeals to every American and the turnouts so far have abown that few men grow too old to play ball. The complete achedule of the Montpelier Stake Baaeball league cannot bo printed In this week's Ex aminer, but will probably next week. appear Tho gamea open on May 21st. Saturday afternoon of week, but the following la the line up for tho opening game: Montpelier First vs. Bennington, at Montpelier. Nnunan vs, Georgetown at Noa* next nan. Montpelier Third vs. Ward boro, at Wardboro. Pegram vs Montpelier Second at Montpelier. Raymond vs, Geneva,* at Raymond. Dingle vs. Bern st Dingle. to of PLANNING FATHER AND SON OUTING IN AUGUBT Chairman Roy George of the Fa ther and Son outing committee, Is already st work planning for the outing this year, which will be held the latter part of July or for part of August. liest year the outing proved so successful that It will be observed as sn annual event. Meny Inquiries sre being received by Mr. George relative to the event, and the Es "miner has been asked to those Interested that the event Is n sure go. Parties wishing Informa tion should communicate with Mr. George et the office of the Burton Creamery company. Is O. re all PRKHItYTKKIAN CHURCH. Sunday school at 10 a. m. lng worship at 11 a. m. worship st 8 p. m. tatton to all. Morn Even but A cordial tuvl M M STOCKER. Minister. in the was a ren ORGANIZATION OF 0HAMBER PERFECTED The hoard of directors of the Bear Friday afternoon an« perfected an organisation and tho final transfer organization nd the final transfer of of all the details of the old Boooter clnb over to the chamber. Edward C. * Rich was elected vtce-preetdeat and H, M. Moore, treasurer. In regard to acting upon the re port of the finance committee, which Hall of the chamber, no action was taken lui- at the Friday meeting. This matter offt- will probably com« up at a meeting boat- la the near future. S. 8. Bloune of the Idaho Leasing Co, of Pocatello waa preaent and and submitted facts and figures pertain of lug lo the Star Valley oil operations also of hia company, and Intimated that |the company would probably make was submitted at the last !n* many Montpelier Its headquarters.