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Follow the Phosphates to Kemmerer Sunday and Help Them Scalp the Coal Heavers. It'l Be Some Game!!
MONTPELIER EXAMINER Reach the People Thru Oar Adver Mout polier Columns. Uoaaty STM A Progressive Independent Newspaper Devoted to Ail the Interests of Bear Lake Ootmty, Idaho. VOLUME XXVII. MONTPELIER, BEAR LAKE COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MAY 20,1921 NUMBER 9. INSPECTION TRIP Sunday morning a party of local men went over to the mines near Pegram, leaving on No. 26 and re turning on No. 17. The men went over the holdings of the Colorado Idaho Gold Mining and Milling Co., found everything in readiness for the jWerU to "go ahead."" >t **Ths»e l m. B. Lnei party T'W. H. Murray, Otto Peteriet, Russell White, John Jewett and a representative of the Examiner. Upon arrival at the mine the visl * tors were shown about the grounds by care-taker Mr. Kurtz, of Denver who has TJeen in charge of the prop erty for some time. The party en tered the long tunnel, which extends back Into the hill over eight hundred feet. the paily, who know pay dirt from common dirt, were busy showing the cithers the various fondations en countered In the trip underground. Two or three carloads of ore from this property have been shipped to Colorado smelters in the past few monthB, and the reports on these shipments have all been very favor able. March of this year another carload of the ore was shipped to Colorado for sampling, and as yet no report has been received. The oto from this property is low grad« and bears gold and silver and other by products. Some of the best sam ples hAre run as high as $.85 to the ton. Owing to the formation of the ore it Is considered very easy to han dle, and for that reason it Is believed that the property can be worked pro fitably. It Is the purpose of the com pany to Install a mill on the ground in the near future, and it is said that _ the cyanide process is the most feas ible manner of treating this partic ular ore. After loading up several bags with samples from the various mines the party started the two and a half mile hike to Pegram station to catch No. 17 back to Montpelier. Some of the members of the party are interest ed. in tho Pegram property. Some of the older heads in COUNCIL AWARDS ^ SPRINKLING CONTRACT Wednesday evening tho city coun cil was In session, and opened bids tor the sprinkling of the streets dur ing the coming season. Tho follow ing bids were received: Elmo Brown, -46c per hour; J. L. Winn, 55c per hour; Easton Kelsey, 70c per hour; Charles Porter, 60c pea 1 hour; and Tho * Elliott George, 50c per hour, bid of Brown was accepted. Alfred Blaser was appointed city sexton. Application of George W. Lano for a permit to build an addition at tho rear of his store, was rejected. A discussion of Memorial day took place, but nothing definite was de cided upon. Inasmuch as tho sea son Is late and there being no flow ers available for May 30, it has been suggested that Sunday, Juno 12, bo observed in Montpelier as the day for remembering the departed dead. This date is suggestive, and Mayor Davis would appreciate receiving suggestions from the lodges of the city before issuing a proclamation. PRE-WAR PRICES ON iKAJSV FOUNTAIN DRINKS _ _ _ nwn he f. 0 " 1 ' L üintt j "*.*** te have been aW e g to learn are thiT ]"*.musicians V ™ h , a rln t [ a Pflcee on fountain d rlnjtfc— •\ FAILURE OP COMPANY LUCKY FOB NAZIMO It was one of these unaccountable tricks of fata that brought Nazlmova tke great Russian actress wbo Is now appearing in "Madame Peacock," from Rita Weiman's story, to this country for tbe first time. * She left Russia as leading woman In Pant Orlenoff's company to tour the con tinent In repertoire. Her most fre quent appearances were in "L'Alg lon," and others. "Madame Peacock" was directed by Ray C. Smallwood and photo graphed by Rudolph Bergquist. This feature will be shown at tbe Gem theatre Saturday afternoon and night. _ VA FATHER AND BON OUTING . TO BE HELD IN JUNK The second annual outing of the Fathers and Sons is to take place the latter part of June this year, ac cording to plana made by Chairman Roy George. The location of the outing baa not yet been decided up on, but will be arranged later. CHURCH SxoAy School at 10 a. m. There ■will be no morning service. Dr. Bak er will preach la the Methodist church in the morning. No services In the evening on account of the lo cal Ugh school baccalaureate services at tke tabernacle. MORTIMER M. STOCKER Minister. Ml EISE TAKEN of Montpelier attended court held at the court house by District Judge Vgriau of Weiser. The proceedings were begun by Franklin Budge of Fhris to oust Judge D. C. Kunz from the office of prosecuting attorney -And to obtain Judgment for $600 for failure to reside in Paris, the county seat. Attorney A. S. Dickinson of Black foot represented the informant, and former attorney general John A. Bagley and Judge A. B. Gough rep resented the prosecuting attorney. The arguments presented by the local lawyers were masterly and undoubt edly impressed the court. At the conclusion of the hearing, Judgo Varian stated that ho would take th>e case under advisement and decide the issues (raised by the de murrer at an early date. DOMESTIC ART EXHIBIT May IS, 1921 The Domestic Ait girls of the High School placed a display of the year's work on exhibit last week, in the windows of Thick & Olson Hard ware Co. Hanging as a background to tho window of attraction was a row of dainty dresses, dunkle because of their material anti «workmanship. Destiny adorns most gowns with panels of some shape or other, so hero we see a display of fashion's latest whims and fancies. Grco and length of lino wero ombodied in these charming models. * Tho Chineso influenco which Is perhaps ono of the latest to be found in blouses, was shown in tho fancy blouses made by the Home Economics 3 class. An attractive addition to tho dis play was the surprisingly inexpens ive yet dainty and rare quality of lingerie. Smart housi dresses at surpris ingly reasonable prices attracted the attention of the more practical mind. Appealing to those who appreci ate business value as the corner of remodeled coats and dresses. Hero and there among folded ar ticles in the window lay apliqued aprons, crocheted baks and yokes contributed by tho 8th grade girls. This splendid work has been done under tho direction of Miss Ivy Lowry, the Home Economics teacher of tho High School. MANUAL TRAINING EXHIBIT Tho Woodwork 2 class of the High School is now exhibiting a miniature model houso In Thiel & Olson's win dow. This little home Is reduced to the -calc whero 1 1-2 inches equals one foot, or in other words, it is 1-8 of r.be size of a real home. The build ing appears just as it would appear if it were full size. This is a three-room modern house containing a closet, vestibule and bath. The house is painted a combina tion of straw and white. In the construction of this minia-i ture dwelling house, the boys have made full house plans and reduced each parj to its present scale. This has given them practice in all of the problems of building construction. Tho work has been supervised by Mr. Lorenzo Swenson, Manual Train ing teacher of the High School. ? THE »HUBERTS It was truly a "revelation" In ,,''\dance music which was furnished by ***® shubert original jazz orchestra Staley's hall Tuesday evening. Tbe Shuberts are genuine musicians an<1 handle their various Instruments A'ilh ease, yet produce some of the most me,odlou8 mu8, c possible. The all played in harmony, and number was a different se lection. About seventy couples took advantage of the opportunity of dancing to this splendid music, and spent an enjoyable evening. MONTPELIER 15 The above figures represent the scores of the ball teams In Sunday's ball game at the Ball Park In this city when the Montpelier Phosphates went up against the Grace Cavalry team, and almost shotting out the visiting team. The Phosphat es play ed real good ball throughout the igame and made some classy plays, but the visitors were hopelessly out? classed from th e beginning. _ ^ "*Tïïê piaylng'of the Montpelier boys after less than a week's training, was exceptionally good, and while they were playing against a weak aggregation, yet their work In the diamond classy and went to show what kind of ball we might ex pect later in the season when the boys have been up against varions teams. The work of the boys was absolutely satisfactory to the offi cials of the team, and it Is not likely that any material changes in the line up of Sunday will be made. Montpelier made 15 runs; 19 hits and 4 errors; Grace made 1 run; 6 hits and 4 errors. The batteries were: Montpelier, Malien and Sharp Grace Cox and Merrill. Moore of Montpelier was the umpire. a ROAD MEETING Next Monday, May 23, a meeting will be held in Paris at 10 o'clock a. m. for the purpose < of discussing road matters and outlining a definite program of road construction in Bear Lake county. The meeting will be under the auspices of the board of county commissioners, and all persons interest ed in this vital question are urged to be present and join in the discussion. Precinct chairmen have been request ed to bring notice of this meeting to the attention of all the residents in their respective precincts so that a full representation might be present. The matter of a bond issue for road construction will be one of the vital questions to be considered. It is planned to have a representative of the state road com mission present. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS MEETING AND BOOST FOR BETTER ROADS. Stake Baseball Games Begin Saturday Saturday afternoon at 3:00 tho Including the schedule for May, Montpelier stako baseball league Juno and July, together with in will be in full operation all over the formation that will make tho table stake. Below is a completo table, compiehenslve to all: as a K 3 31 a w o ® Q a £ o o o Ö 3 o a a 3 o c E3 P *1 CL P ■ cr » B a - ; I P 14 9 3 & *1 CL CL o o I a 5 30 6 4 6 11 Mont. 1st _ Bennington ... Nounan _ Georgetown ... Mont. 3d _ Wardboro _ Pegram ... Mont-. 2d - Raymond _ Geneva ... IMnglo - Bern ___ 6 21 6 28 6 18 6 25 7 2 7 9 7 16 7 23 5 28 6 11 6 A 7 2 5 21 6 30 7 23 6 18 7 16 7 » 6 25 7 16 5 21 7 23 5 30 7 9 7 16 5 28 5 30 5 28 6 18 6 4 6 11 6 25 7 2 7 2 5 21 6 25 6 30 6 28 7 9 6 11 6 4 7 23 6 18 7 2 6 11 5 21 6 4 7 16 5 30 7 23 6 25 6 18 7 9 5 21 6 11 7 23 6 26 6 4 5 28 7 9 6 18 7 2 7 16 6 28 6 18 7 2 7 9 7 16 6 30 5 21 6 25 7 23 6 4 6 11 5 3« 7 23 7 9 5 28 6 25 6 18 5 21 7 16 7 2 6 11 6 4 7 23 6 11 7 9 7 2 6 18 6 4 6 25 7 16 5 21 5 28 6 30 6 25 7 9 7 16 6 11 6 18 6 4 7 23 7 2 5 21 5 30 6 18 7 16 7 9 7 23 6 18 7 2 6 25 6 4 6 11 6 28|6 301 _6 21 5 3 0 j 5 2 8 j 5 211 6 1817 9 7 23 7 16 6 25 7 2 6 1116 4 "6"—May; "6"—June; "7"—July. On May 21 and 30; June 11 and 25; July 9 and 23, games will bo played at Montpelier First ward,..Wardboro, Montpelier Second ward, Raymond and Dingle. On May 28, June 4 and 18; July 2 and 16, games will bo played at Bennington, Georgetown, Montpelier Third ward; Pegram, Geneva, and Bern. LOCAL NEWS I j v Mrs. Will Jones has returned to her homo In this city after visiting for several days In Fairvlew, Utah. John O'Bray of Idaho Falls Is spending a few days in this city look ing after business interests. Just received a sample line of tho latest style Oxfords and Strap Pumps in Black and Brown Kid. Also some late style Satin Strap Pumps. Prices very reasonable. THE FAIR STORE, Sam L. Lewis. MnntnoHer ___Jf —"fifTss Viola Mulica of Pocatello was a guest af Mr. and Mrs. Emory Mulic^l Suada* - — We'd like to show you the Auto matic, a REAL refrigerator, time you wish to come in. Welcome. Nlqlsen-Jones ____ Mrs. Charles Cheney and son Jun> ior have returned to their home in this city after spending the winter in, / California. - Extra ~Tow prices on Bed Springs and Mattresses at the Nielseu-Jones Furniture Co. Large stock and new low prices prevail. Miss Eleanor Wheelan of Los An geles who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. S. B. Staley of this city left for Pocatello Saturday where she will visit before returning home. Any it A. L. Larsen and William Spiers returned Saturday from n trip in 1 different points of Idaho. I tf Mr. and Mrs. M', C. Clark of Georgetown ''were town visitors Sat urday. v Tke opening Bane Ball Game of tke Seaaon May 22nd Kemmerer vs. Montpelier At Kemmerer, TVyo. Tke Citizen« of ICemmerer extend a cordial invitation to tke "fang" of come witk tkeir team. Montpelier to Signed KEM. BASEBALL CLUB. 4 / Mrs. L, G. Sloan who has been vls Uting in California for tjie past few weeks returned to her home in this VcltyFriday. " --2 v Miss DeEtte Dalrympl« returned to her home in this city Sunday after visiting for the past two months is JSsiacu— __—— « —" Brigham Lashbrook of Raymond was a business visitor to Montpelier on Tuesday having come in to prove up on his homestead entry. G. C. Mumford, J. O. Teuscher and J. R. George of Raymond spent Tues day In thlB city looking after busi ness Interests. Mrs. D. E. Johnson, Stella and Hil da Brooker, and Alex Johnson of Garden City were visitors hero Fri day. h / Alfred Blaser expert cement work er. Let me give you an estimate on your proposed construction work. -29-tf Jake Williams returned to his home In this city Thursday, after spending the past winter in Califor nia. M. G. Teuscher of Raymond was a business visitor to Montpelier Tues day. Mr. Teuscher stated that the road over the divide is as yet inacces sible to automobile travel. N. F. Stevens of this city went to Salt Lake Thursday to spend a few days looking after business Interests. Rev. David J. Spratt of Princeton Seminary was the guest of Rev. M. M. Stocker of this, city several days early In the week. Rev. Spratt and 1 Rev. Stocker were class mates at I Princeton. Lepreal Stocks of Pnria was a visitor hero We<lnesdsy. Mrs. Robert Gee of this city went to Salt Lake Monday to visit with her son. Mr. and Mrs. Thor C. Nielson and little son returned Saturday after noon from Long Beach, Cal., where they have spent the past four months. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cutpmlngs of this city left for Denver, Colo., on Wednesday, where they expert to mako their future home. Mr. and Mri. O. H. Dunham of Garden City, Utah, were Montpolter vlsltors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Findley re turned to their home In Randolph. Utah, Monday, after spending the past ten days in this city. H. R. Robinson Of this city left Tuesday for a two weeks' visit in Colorado and Utah. Mrs. James Smooth returned to her home in Bancroft Tuesday, af ter visiting for a few days in this city. Mrs. Thomas Mumford and daugh tqra of this city are In Centerville, Utah, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mumford's mother, Mrs. Betsy Jane Wright, who died at that place Mon day. Miss Viola Mitchell of Salt Lake Is visiting In this city at the homo of Mrs. Ernest Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Hawley Bagley re turned to their home in Green Riv er, Wyo.. Tuesday, after visiting for a few days in this city with relatives and friends. . O. 8. Rogers of Balt I/gke Is here to attend the funeral of his brother, Henry, who died at Paris Saturday. K. B. Dawosn came down from Horn merer Wednesday morning and attended the funeral services over the remains of Roberts soldier which wan imii] n Baiia. t Gordon, formerly manager^ Abo Montpelier Theatre came down from Blackfoot Tuesday and spent a day or two in this city visiting ■ — , 11 - ' An Automatic Refrigerator will save enough In Ice. In food. In doctor bills to pay for Itself In e short time, We will be very glad to demonstrate this. Nlelsen-Jonea Furniture Com It Pa % e famous Automatic Refrigera tor Is sold by Nlelsen-Jonea. Now Is the time to buy this household neces sity. Complete stock. Mr. Richard Roskelly and Harper Aeons of Smtthfleld returned to their homes Thursday, after attending the services held at Paris for Ruben Roberts. Mrs. A. home In Pogrom Thursday, after vis iting In this city for a few days. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bolmer welcome 4 bouncing baby boy to their home Sunday evening. Mr. Bolmer who Is resident manager for the Utah Power jraa busy Monday passing out the cigars to his many friends. FREE PANTS- With a suit from $26 and up. Second hand sulta tak en aa part pay for new ones. Clean ing and pressing. First claaa work guaranteed. FRED SEILER, Expert m20-27 Miss Esther Halrup left this morn ing for a short visit with relatives and friends In St. Charles. Miss Lydia Blado returned last Saturday from a week's visit to St. Charles with relatives and friends. tf M. Hill returned to her Tailor. We handle the best line of mens and boys shoes, mens and boys suits, mens and boys hats by at least a mile over ny store In this good town. We cater to thd tastes of the "Man Who Cares. Nick Laughter of this city motored through to Ogden Utah Sunday after noon he took the road by Evanston Wyo. "UNDERNEATH HAWAIIAN SKIES"—Medley Fox Trot—latest Victor record by Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. Hear it at Nielsen Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spongberq of Pocatello are spending a few days here visiting relatives and friends. SHOE REPAIRING—J. W. Arnold located one and half blocks south on Ninth street. Work guaranteed. Un til further notice leave work at Rog mll-tf Beatty Clothing Co. tf It hoar's Grocery. Dr. and Mrs. R. II. Munson of this city motored through to Logsn Utah Sunday, they expect to visit several weeka with relatives and friends. Dressmaking, patterns furnished, covered buttons and pleated ruffles. Miss Swensen second floor, Clark store. m«-tf Mr. and Mrs. William Hartman wbo have been visiting at the home of Mrs. J. T. Hsrtmaq of this city re turned to their home In Pocatello Monday. Jut received an up-to-date line of Yonng Men's Bults —the latest ma terial and styles for Spring and Sum mer and the prices very reasonable. THE FAIR STORE, Sam L. Lewis. Montpelier, Idaho, Mrs. Mary A. Bnrgoyno has re turned to Montpelier after apendlng the winter la Ogden. A trat class refrigerator line, the Automatic. Is an INVESTMENT theso daya. Nlelaen-Janea tf It FIRE PREVENTION WEEK Next week Is Forest Fire Preven tion week throughout tho United States, end accordingly President Hording and Governor D. W. Daris hvs loaned proclamations netting soldo this week to disc ass menu of forest firs protection. n OMMENGEMENT The program for Commencement week. May 20-27. at Montpelier High School Is as follows: Saturday. May 31—Associated students of M. H. s. excursion to Boar Lake Hot Springs. Sunday, May service, Montpelier Stake Tabernacle at 8 p. as. Tuesday, May 24—Anuual field Wednesday, May 26—Sophomore ''Semi-annual Wash Springs, after 4 p. m ' Thursday, My 28 —Senior class ex oruises. City Hall auditorium at 8 p. ro. 22—Baccalaureate day. Day," Hot Friday, May 27—Final assembly. High School auditorium, I a. Twelfth Annual ( 'nnmmwvmrtt KuvtImm At Montpelier Stake Tabernacle at 8 p. to.: jS Final examinations are now being held and will be completed early next week. Classes will recite regularly until Thursday night. May 1«. copt on Tuesday of the last week, which wiil bo given over to a field excursion for the entire student body and faculty. The program for the Baccalaureate service, Sunday evening. May 1$. fol lows: Organ Préluda —Llitlas Swensen. Stake ■ m ''America" — Montpelier ^holr. invocation, "Recessional" t noir. ' 0 °"'?^"^ftiTtord tui«u« r> J Baccalaureate Sermon — Apostle Melvin J. Balsrd, of Salt Lake City. ' "Star-Spangled Banner" — Choir nn< l Congregation, Benediction, Th " public is cordially Invited. 'The details of the Montpelier Blake program for Senior class exercises, Thuraday eve ning, are not announced. As usual, ' they will, no doubt, be In the nature of surprise packages delivered by the departing Seniors. It wilt, unques tionably, be an ocaeaion of fun-mak ing. The public Is welcome. Following Is tho program for Com mencement exercises, which will mark tho close of the school year: March for the Graduate*—Lillian Swenson. Invocation. Selection— M. 8, H. Orchestra. Superintendent's Report—Super intendent of City Schools W E. Mor gan, Chorus— M. H. 8. Glee Club. Salutatory—Millie Dana. Violin Duet—Mr. A. C. Tueller and Seldon Cook. Reading—Vera Winters, Educational Address—Pres. C. R. Frasier, Idaho Technical Institute, Pocatello. Piano Solo— Borget ta Olson. Vnlndlotnry—Luclle Duan. Recommendation for Graduation — Principal A. J. Winters. Presentation of Diplomas—Chair mon of Board of Education Dr. O. F. Ashley. Chorus- M. H. 8. Glee Club. Benediction. The present Senior diese Is the smallest for several years. It con sist* of hut five members— Beiden Cook, Mlltle Dans, Luclle Dunn, Bor gens Olson, Vera Winters. HEIlVirHF, FOR RUBIN ROBERTS. Funeral services were held In Par is Wednesday over the remains of Rubin Roberta of ibal place wko died In France while In ike servies The remains were shipped to the United States, reaching this city the latter part of last week. RETURN FROM NEW YORK Mr. and Mrs. Ham L. Lewis return ed the first of the week from an ex 1 endet business trip to New York and Chicago, and report n pi Mrs. ]<awls did not contemplate going farther then Chicago, bnt the twrw of tho greet metropolis Induced ko to accompany Mr. Lewis to Nsv-Yorfe Mr. Lewis stated that tke met |g t* no beter condition generally than tke west. nt trip. THEATRICAL (YIMPANY HAF. HKAIHJUAKTKRM Th« Harriett Players, headed by BenJ. A. Reynolds and Mabel Mart, two well known and featured pigpen from the Ernst, arrived In Montpelier last woek. They motored %U tke way In their Haynes touring ear. Tho Harriett Playern have been eon nected with some of tke Inrgeal atrlcal enterprises in the Bast Middle West, and Intend to Monpteller their headquarters for tho summer. They will play all tke surroandlng territory, and if tke tour proven successful. Mr. Reynolds will give the people a surprise next year In the way of a mammoth eggve« the atre. in which he will produce tke latest sad beet of New York plays In a metropolitan manner. and Jimmie Hart, a light comedian, who has a long list of his credit, will soon arrive from Houston, Texas, and thus round ont to **ne of the best stock companies play log these paru. Mr. Reynolds and Miss Hart are thoroughly Impressed with the beauty of Idaho sod the congeniality of its people, and wish to became firmly established In this eecBtr. thereby making it thslr per-