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DJSJ E~ i t rx/ v Ü What do you do Ppü wit h your 1*4 money? j| ✓ y * t—*— t —* —I— S « I i . Do you spend all you make? Tf so, you should remember that you ought to save part, even if you have to deny yourself many things to do so. It would be easier to endure the self-denial now than in years to come, or actually suffer at that time from lack of means. It is foolish to spend all. It is good sense to save. Begin now. Interest paid on savings. FIRST NATIONAL BANK MEMBER ^ FEDERAL RESERVE Éfcfe- SYSTE M^gj OF MONTPELIER, IDAHO Tuesday, and Wednesday, Nov. 29th and 30th The Miracle of the Theaters Art - Gem Theatre OTIS SKINNER in ^ " KISMET AMERICA'S MOST DISTINGUISHED ACTOR * W * " At the 99 35c Night Montpelier at 10 and 25c Matinee, 10 and You see it in Played the Leading Cities as high as $5 a seat. YOU WILL NOT MISS THIS SHOW!? PHOT« a* 112,025 PEOPLE SAW "THE SHEIK' 112,625 people saw "The Sheik" in one week in New York City. In all the history of entertan ment, no such record has ever been made. That is the entire population of a a city as large as Albany, or Salt Lake City, or Denver. The first three games of the last World series played to 104,403.— "The Shiek" beat that by 7.222. The record hitherto for the Rivoli and Rialto Theatres was 97,713 made by "the Affairs of Anatol"— "The Shiek" beat that by 14,912. HAVE. YOU TRIED OUR Turkey Red Pancake Flour It's Equal to the Best WE GUARANTEE OUR Turkey Red Flour to be as good as any brand on the market and BETTER than most of them. ASK FOR MONTPELIER MADE Wheat Cereals and Mill Products SOLD BY ALL DEALERS Montpelier Milling Co. Montpelier, Idaho Phone 29. The Dempsey-Carpenter fight took in 90,000 paid admssious.—"The Sheik" beat that by 22,625. The Yale Princeton game played to 76,000.—"The Sheik" beat that by 37,625. Draw your own conclusions. A George Melford production with Agnes Ayers and Rudolph Valentino Star of "The Four Horsemen" A Paramount Picture. Gem Theatre. Devember 26 and 27, Matinee and Night both days. At the WHAT YOU'LL SEE IN KISMET The greatest actor of the Ameri can stage in his most popular and celebrated stage success. One of the most noteworthy sup porting casts ever assembled includ ing Hamilton Revelle, Rosemary Theby, Herschell Mayall, Elinor Fair land Leon Barry. _ setBighs With the acceptance of the Mont peler High School as a full-fledged member of the East Section of the Southern Idaho Basketball Division, the boys game at the local school has been definitely arranged. Mont- 1 pelier will be on the basketball map ' the coming season, and some excell ent league games will be played. The way things are presenting themselves at present. It seems pos sible that the local knights of the hoop will be pitted against the Emer son school of Paris. Soda Springs. McCammon, Thatcher. Grace and Bancroft, for honors in the Eastern Section of thetlivision. Two games will be played with each team, one Announcement DR. A. B. RICHARDS Eye Specialist Formerly of Minneapolis Announces the opening of offices in the Orpheum Theatre Building, Po catello, Idaho, Saturday, November, 19, 1921. Dr. Richards has been practicing as an Eye Specialist Tor the past eighteen years, and has been emi nently successful in correcting eye- t strain by developing the Ocular Mus cles, and glasses scientifically fitted. Chronic headaches, blurred vision, dizziness, sore and inflamed lids are some of the symptoms of weak and defective eyes, and can be relieved by treatments and properly fitted glasses. Dr. Richards has made this ^ork a specialty and is equipp ed with the latest and most modern instruments. Special attention giv en to old Chronic Headaches. Hours 9 a. m., to 5 p. m., Other hours by appointment. A harem Interior that has never, been equaled on stage or screen and copied from the plans used In build ing a harem for a very wealthy Arab in Carlo. Weird Oriental dances, senuously alluring. How the Caliph Addullah, the youthful ruler of a big city, Btole away from his place and retainers, and found the girl of his choice in the poorest quarters of the city. A series of bathing scenes in the harem in which Yvonne Gardelle and other world famous models, all noted for their symmetrical figures, con tribute many Interesting moments. How a beggar In one day arose from poverty and rage to wealth and position only to have them dramatic ally swept away before sundown. How the favorite wife of the Waz ir of Bagdad fell in love with a beg gar. "Kismet"—the tale of HajJ the beggar, who dwelt In Bagdad In the first year of the reign of the Caleb Abdullah and begged upon the stone by the door of the Mosque of Car penters, clad in filthy rags. It is a tale, wild, Improbable, barbaric, ro mantic, full of childish simplicity and adult passions. The street of the Tailors, portray ing the ancient method of selling goods of all sorts. Hundreds of gorgeous, robes and designed especially for the gowns production by a large staff or artists and designers assembled from differ ent parts of the world. The famous pool scene in the har em where HaJJ the beggar, finds bis ancient enemy and fights and drowns him. The interior of the Caliph's Pal ace—pronounced by critics the finest set of its kind ever built. This set is over 200 feet long and thousands of dollars were spent on the gorge ous decorations used in it. A story brim full of color, drama comedy adventures. Intrigues, fights love-making, bewilderment and sus pense. A beggar who In a single day be comes a man of ewalth and Impor tance only to be dashed back again to his rags and begging. A gorgeous royal wedding as they did it in Bagdad a thousand years ago. A spectacular wedding procession at night through the picturesque winding streets of Bagdad. A fac-smile of ancient Bagdad covering many acres of ground built especially for this picture. Examiner Want, Ads Bring Résulta. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1921 T at home and one in the enemies ter- ' histor>. A meeting of all coaches has lieen called to convene at Lava Hot Springs, December 3, to arrange a satisfactory schedule and talk over the general plan for school con tests. 1 ' In addtion to the regular league games pre-season practice games will be held with a number of teams in the valley. If present plans ma - terlalize the local fans should see the home team in action on its own floor about fifteen times. It must be remembered however, that the game is comparatively new ; at the high school, however the!^ coach has thirteen men working out daily and much improvement Is ap- ) parent. The initial appearance of Coach Croft's hoop players will he Thanksgiving night, when they will lock horns with the Town Team, re puted to be fast indeed. Members out for a place on the local quintette are: Sparks, Dayton. Miller, Jewett, Robinson. Lindsay, Miles. Rarischi, Coughlin, Smeath, Nate, Thiel, ami Rerrey. The game Thursday night will commence at 8 o'clock sharp in or der that the dance may begin at 8 o'clock. The line up will probably be as follows: Center. Bartschi, for wards, Dayton and Sparks, guards, Nate and Robinson. t PARIS NOTES Paris, Idaho, Nov. 22.—Members of the First ward held their annual ward conference Inst Sunday. Stake vistors were present. Special music and excellent reports wore enjoyed. The Fielding Academy Faculty en tertalned Saturday afternoon and evening at vaudeville performances Two short plays were presented, and a number of clover and humorous The production was a cont acts. the fund for the enlargement of the commercial department. In spite of the stormy weather, the Stake Priesthood meeting was well Georgetown Notes Last Friday night there was a character hall here. The N'ounau Orchestra furnished the music. All had a very good lime. James F. Dunn who had a horse rare over backwards and hurt him very badly Is reported getting better Delbert Stoddard was hurt very badly while working In the canyon last week, he was taken to Mont pelier and all possible aid given him. He is some better. Bishop and Mrs. Tippets returned last week from a visit to Boise hav ing had a very nice trip. A large numebr of ladies from here atended the Relief Society held in Montpelier. Milton Sills who has had a hard fight with pneumonia is much im proved. of Want Column Coming 2-year old Jersey left ear labeled K. E. LOST — heifer; Brown, Montpelier; also colt com ing 2-year old, brauded Bar J left front shoulder. Phone 173. d2p COAL, COAL, COAL—Bee Fred O. Bateman for Star Coal, $8.80 per Standard Utah's Also ton, delivered, best |9.80 ton .delivered. Mill products, hay and grain. Phone 164-j. nl 8-tf WILL BUY—Steers, calves or year lings of good colors. Good prices Call 39. Montpelier. n18-3t FOR SALE—Six room modern house practically new, on Jefferson at., Call at the Examiner office. tf POR SALE—Good Alrdale dag. little over a year old. Mrs. Henry Henckei. tf BUCKS FOR SALE—25 head pure bred CoUwold rams. Wll sell eheaper than you can steal them. Bert Orr, Liberty, Idaho. oli-lf FOR RENT—Storage room for auto mobiles, machinery or wagons. Enquire Idaho Electric Co, tf WANTED—Men or women to take orders among friend» and neigh bors for th« genuine guaranteed hosiery, fall line for mew, women and children. Eliminates darning. Wo pay 75c an hour spare time, or 136.00 a week for full time. Ex perience unnecessary, ternational Stocking Mills, Norris town, Pa. Writ« In ois-d30 ■ ■ J J g a We are now preparing our Holiday Goods For Early Display ■ I ■ ■ J 5 g g ■ J ■ ■ ■ Jj ^ g ■ We have assembled an exceptionally fine line of goods for the Christinas trade, and invite our patrons and friends to call and look over the extensive line of sensible gifts. ■ The Burgoyne Pharmacy ■ Free Delivery Prescription Druggists Phone 57 ■ 11 attended Inst week. The meeting was held a week enrler than usual because of the coming quarterly con ference. Mrs. Leslie Cole and children of Beckwith, Wyo , aro here visiting with Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Sutton, The Hallowcll orchestra enter tained hero Tuesday evening at their annual concert and ,lance under the auspices of the Purls Commercial £j u k The City water Intake Is being re paired near the head of Paris Creek. This repair Is one that Is badly need ed and will Insure better service dur ling the coming winter. Members of the First Ward dea icon's quorums held their annual ; party in the ward hall last Thursday, LINCOLN COUNTY STRAY ELKS ELECT NEW OKKICEIIM The Lincoln County Stray Elks held the regular semi-annual election of officers, for which the hy laws provide, Sunday afternoon at the City Hall. There was a light at tendance, due probably to the de lightful day which presented an a! most Irresistible appeal to go some where in the open. It was decided to get busy at once and prepare for the annual ball, which has come to be a stellar at traction In the social life of Kom Winter Storage ■ ■ FOR - • Batteries Automobiles When you tie up your car for the winter let us take care of the battery. We are well equipped to do this. Our service and our price are right. If you intend to use your car this winter why not store it with us where you get it easily at any time. If you intend to tio it up, remember wc can take good care of it and onr price is reason able. caa Our Garage is Steam Heated and practically FIRE PROOF PHONE 33 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 00 , •It Local News Kannen«! If ><>«» want the be*« twice* for jour grain, rtee O. II. Drown, Hootii 1.1 Iturgoyme Hotel If Miss Jesae Beebe is spending a few days tu the Twin Falla section ' 1 ^11 1 n* her sister, , """ * n '"} N »>*' mark I new* can be '"'"K 1 " bc " t '">»»"« « *»»<' FRlr Hlons Ham I** prop tr Dr, A. L. I'billon, Kye Spec tall*« will b<> In Montpelier Nov. SS, front S p. tit. to 7 p. in.; Nov. 316, f a. in. to 8 |i. in., at the Christman Jewelry Store; anil In Part*, Ntackl home Nov, 25, from 10 a. m. to 1:00 p, m. Come early a* I must leave ft promptly at l:tlO p. in. tf merer, and the sense of the meeting was unanimously In favor of having ill« ball of 1921 equal to or better than any social affair ever sponsored by the Stray Elk*. Officer* for the ensuing six months elected at last Sunday's meeting aro: Chairman Peter (Jordon, Jr. Vice Chairman J. II. Mantle, Secret'd y-Truaaurer—William B. Pitt. Those three officers with Dr. It. A, Hocker and P. W. Comer, will con stitute the executive committee for th« six mouth term.