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CRAND LODGE OFFICERS.
The Men Who Will Serve for the Ensuing Year in the A. 0. U. W. Rules and Regulations for a Board of Arbitration and Code of Praotice. Complimentary Action Toward Supreme Mlaster Workman Kinaley-Sesslon at Electric Hall. At the session of the Grand Lodge held Tuesday evening several important meas ures were passed, among which were rules and regulations providing for a board of arbitration and a code of practice to be pursued by claimants under beneflciaries before suite can be maintained on a certifi cate. Provision was also made that in case of expulsion or suspension of a member, the same shall not be operative until the entire proceeding has been submitted to the grand master workman, and by him ap proved. Hereafter subordinate lodges will not turn out in a body with regalia and badges at funerals unless the ritualistic services of the order are to be performed. After this business had been transacted a very complimentary action was taken with reference to Grand Master Workman Kinsley by his election as supreme master workman of the order. By the action of the grand lodge he will have a voice and a vote in the supreme lodge the remainder of his life so long as he nmaintaine his good standing in the order. The grand lodge by a unanimous vote provided that he should attend every session of the supreme lodge during his life, and if at any time he shall not be on any committee, board, or in office whereby mileage and per diem is secured a member and paid by the supreme lodge, the same shall be paid out of the general fund of the Montana grand lodge. Just before the close of the session on Tuesday evening Mr. Kinsley, who was then the sitting grand master workman, having three times held that offioe. and be ing in a position where he could resign without losing rany honors, tendered his resignation, which was accepted. They effect of this was to make J. behanlisker, of Butte, then grand foreman, succeed to the chair as grand master workman, and there by become entitled to the honors of past grand master workman by serving the last half of the day of Mr. Kinaley's term. Invitations were received from theMon tana State Fair association to attend the fair in a body. The thanks of the members was tendered the association and they at tended the fair yesterday afternoon. At the morning session the first bdainess was the election of officers and their install ment. The officers of the grand lodge for the ensuing year are as follows: Past Grand Master Workman, J. Schan linker, of Butte. Grad Master Workman, John W. Eddy, of Helena. Grand Foreman, J. S. Hammond, of Butte. Grand Overseer, C. H. Clark, of Great Falls. Grand Recorder, H, C. Yaeger, of Helena. Crand Receiver, James Sullivan, of Hel ena. Grand Guide, Thomas B. Grayes, of East Helena. Grand Inside Watchman, A. S. Kellogg, of Boulder. Grand Outside Watchman, C. E. Ring wald, of Elkhorn. Grand Trustees, Jere Sullivan, of Fort Benton. P. Carney, of Fish Creek; J. C. Karley, of Townsend. Grand medical examiner, Dr. J. S. Gunn, of Butte. Committee on finance-S. Genzberger, of Helena; J. D. Conrad, of Marysville; T. N. Averill. of Townsend. Committee on laws and supervision-J. W. Kinsley. of Helena; N. S. Morley, of Anaconda; Charles Hershman, of Billings. The grand lodge refused to issue a certill cate to a member esking to have it made payable to his estate, on the ground that it must be made payable to same person cer tain, and that that person should be related to the member by blood or marriage, or a member of his family or some one depend ent upon him. A resolution was adopted returning the thanks of the grand lodge to Gov. J. Kr. Toole, Hon. T. H. Kleinechmidt, William Muth, vice president, and Secretary It. C. Walker. of the Helena Board of Trade, for the interest taken in the order, in that their disoatches assisted the Montana dele gation so materially in securing the next meeting of the supreme lodge in this city in 1892. The next session of the grand lodge will be held at Great Falls, beginning on the third Tuesday in August, 1812. SOCIAL SESSION. Members With Their Friends Have a Pleasant Time at Electric Hall. At 8:30 Electric hall was crowded with members of the order, accompanied by their families and friends, to enjoy an ex cellent programme of music, addresses and recitations. It. H. lHlowey, for Capitol lodge No. 2, had the pleasure of welcoming the guests. He said that the labors of the grand lodge had been attended with wis dom and tempered with love; that they would be followed by practical good works throughout the jurisdiction was the prayer of every one. "During the past year Cap itol lodge No. 2 hae keen prospered beyond the expectations of her most zealous work ers. 'flhroagh this entire revival, without diminishing in the least the praise due many of our members for good, faithful work, too much honor cannot be given our supreme master workman, who was always at his post and foremost in every effort made for the good of the order. That every other lodge in Montana shall be so encouraged and built up is the earnest desire of all. A true workman rejoices not only in the prosperity of his own lodge but in the or building of the order. The rock upon which a workman builds is a sure foundation. It cenneverlie displaced. 'lhb principles of the A. G. U. W. find a response in the feelings of a common hu inanity in all efforts made for bitter things. 'these principles are ranged under three terms, charity, hope, and protection. ''here gre two others taught of peshaps equal im portance, not only to the tranquility of the. mind, but also in the practical affairs of the world. There is a belief in a supreme being, the creator and Treserver of the uni verse, and faith in each other as men and brethren. "We greet you as representative and del egates of a great order, whose foundation is charity. The chosen workman has said: 'And now abideth faith, hote, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is chaiity.' We believe in that charity, which means love toward all man kind, goodfellowship toward each otherand help for the needy and distressed. We be lievein the practice of that higher form of charity, which consists in helping others to help ttiemiselvea. Year by year the bur dens of want have been removed or greatly lessened from thousands of widows and orphan children by the silent offerings that are monthly made by the individual mem be a. Aside from the social features of the order, which of themselves commaid it to the world, these monthly contributions abould remind us that they are not merely aseesments for a debt we owe to the departed but a means of relief to the widow and orphan; that every dollar so paid isa practical demonstration of charity. bupreme Master Workman Kineley and Grand Master Workman Eddy almi made short addresses touching upon the work of the order. Between the addresses Peter mann's orchestra rendered some selectione. Miss Daisy Kinsley gave a piano recital which wes much admired. Miss Josephine Israel recited a irathetio poem in her usnal effective manner. At the conclusion of the prograneer the large hall was cleared and about 100 couples were dancing to the strains of a waltz. THE NEW MONTANA CLUB HOUSE. 'II + pL'V_- ` ýt ýý! ý`'" ýý ý Above is an outline sketch o: the new Montana club house as it will appear when completed. The plans of Messrs. Paulsen & Lavalle call for a building of six full stories, with several additional half stories, built after the Romanesque style. It will be of gray stone and local pressed brick, with a red elate roof. There will be a frontage of seventy. five feet on Sixth avenue, by 100 feet on Fuller avenue. The main club entrance will be southwest corner of the building on Sixth avenue. The club gives five feet and the adjoining property owner five feet for an alley on Fuller avenue, and this will be the serv ants' entrano3. One corne of the building will be surmounted by a tower. The main entrance door will be a most elaborate affair, a large door of old oak, with heavy wrought iron hinges and iron grating above, giving it a mediaeval appearance. The basement and first floors will be devoted to business purposes, and have been so designed and will be so completed as to insure their desirability and bring to the club a good revenue. On the second floor will be the office of the club, billiard room and parlors, bar and strangers' room. The larger room on the floor facing Fuller avenue will be eighteen feet in height. Running all around this is a half-story gallery. There is a spacious hall, sixteen feet wide, running through this floor, from the west wall to Fuller avenue. It will be made bright by a skylight. The third floor will contain the office of the secretary, rooms for the president and board of managers, reading and writing rooms and general and private card rooms. The fourth floor will be the bachelors' paradise, in that it will be given no entirely to sleeping rooms for the members. There will be fourteen of them, fitted with baths. Each room will have a vestibule and closet, and besides there will be general linen closets and other conveniences. There will also be sleeping rooms on the fifth floor. The northwest corner, however, will be given up to a general dining room, one for private parties, and the serving department. The general dining room is in one of the gables, which run up to the roof. It is twenty feet in height, finished in gothic, with a beam showing plaster work in between. The tower on this floor is open, affording a most desirable place for smokers to retire. In order to avoid all odors, the kitchen and all its dependencies will be located in another story. The sixth floor will be need for store rooms and quarters for the servants. Rooms can also be fitted on the sixth for members. There will be lavatories on every floor, and the building will be lighted by electricity and heated by steam or hot water. A passenger and freight elevator will also be among the conveniences. PERSONAL. United States Commissioner Duff, of Fort Benton, is in Helena. Deputy Sheriff Alex Gibson and wife, of Boulder, are in the city. A. M. Eller returned last night with his family from the western states. Among Deer Lodge visitors to the capital are John Bielenberg and Will Kohrs. W. S. Hay. superintendent of the North ern Pacific Express company, is a visitor in Helena. Miss Alice Conrad. of Fort Benton, is in the city and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Conrad. A. S. Kellogg, of Boulder, a member of the A. 0. U. W. grand lodge, is staying at the Grand Central. Dr. C. H. Mack went to St. Paul yester day over the Northern Pacific. He will re turn in a few weeks. E. V. Maze, general agent of the Union Pacific at Butte, who has been in Helena for several days, returned home yesterday. Miss Grace McConnell, daughter of Judge McConnell, will leave to-day for Nashville, where she will attend school during the coining year. H. H. Browning, general manager of the Northern Pacific Express company, who, with his family, has been visiting Helena, left for St. Paul yesterday. W. A. Naylor, general superintendent of the western division of the American Ex press company at Mt. Paul; Superintendent F. D. Adams and Assistant Superinsendent G. C. Gates are in Helena. They were shown about the city vesterday by General Agent W. P. Brown, of this city. Among the guests at The Helena is the Rev. Dr. Peter Stryker, president of Stryker seminary for young ladies, St. Anthony Park, Minn. He is in the city in the in terest of his excellent school and would be glad to meet parents who are planning for the schooling of their daughters. Dr. Strvker is contributing a series of letters on Montana to the Illustrated Christian Weekly of New York. Come and see new fall styles in millinery at Mrs Kempsey's, No. 1C Warren street. Have you seen those IC cent ties at the Bee Hite? Schermnerrlorn & West, the leading tailors, corner Grand and Jackson streets. The Vienna Is still ahead on line cream andl ice. Strangers visiting the city during the current week should not fail to call, before leaving, at G. WV. ,lrknu's Music Store, where the finest asnortment of musical in strumenis and sheet music in the north west ca, he seen. Geo. H. Taylor, dentist, Denver block. Bank Hours During Fair Week. The undersigned banks of Helena, Mont., hereby agree to open at nine a. m. and close at one p. m. during fair week, Aug. 24 to Aug. 29 inclusive. MERcHtNTrs' NATIONAL BANK, IRaST NATroNAL BANK, MONTANA NATIONAL BANK, SecoNo NATIONAL BANK, AMeiuoAN NATIONAL BANK, IELrENA NATIONAL BANK. 'Ike Pee Slice has just receivet a flul line of the world renownied l.,ndidrers Pelrfutrs which they are teiling at lastern prices. Fine cloth tound books at the lite ii;ve only ;3!. cents tire volume. ( omrCetn your lib. ary. Forbes & Davis-Special We offer and will give prices to sell this list of stocks-all good: 1.0(X) Bald Butte, Marysville. 142 Helena & Victor (Curlew.) 2,(100 Mac, liniouville. C,(XX) Jersey Blue. 5,1CX) ('opter BlS 1.500 Cumberl I. Wanted to rxol ange-Six lots in Salt Lake City fur islena real estate. Office 2Iiat.r 27 Bailey Block. The Chamber of commerer sample room, Granite block, will keep ope. all night anud serve hlt lunches both day and night dur ing fair week. heiiteen iiounde granulated sugar for a dollar at 'iieiruieti'5. I have just receivel a line of new fall goods, anti while I cinitiun wili kap itho stotk up it, oveiy departe~tint. I wotl at any tite be glih to li-t use of stuck and fixtures and conttnnation of it aoto asoono wihiiis toi ngagc ito theb hui Ai. n]Mins k. Ni th.Veai. 4 Muin strut. All Slimm rienke at the lair grounads this year 12! i cens.t Arrivals at The Helena. J. A. .lMayer. Great L. M. Harken, Leaven Falls. worth. Kan. A. P. Curtin and wife. Nelie and ieesioCurtin Helena. Helena. A. N. Jewell, Great Mie Katie Ring, Great Falls. Falls. James King, Great Miss Minnie Cornelius, Fall . lireat Fullr. Miss Manis Ross, Great Frank Lsngmaid and Falls. wile, Empire. 0. V. Lewis, Rimini. Rt. A. Meyer. New York. Charles 1 . Beckwith. J. H. Wyeth anti kn Missoula' St. Louis. Henry Anderson, Dew- J. B. Murply, Chicago. es's. Hiram Knowles, His Miss Mat. WylandHar- sonla i Man, Iowa. J. ii. Fairfir-id, Great W. E. Van Ness, Chi- Falls. cago. A. L. Mathews. 'ily.i S. A. Forbes, Chain- A. S. Brsdtlltaenpa gn. paign. T. J. l3ritt. l'osrman. W. ai. Hill, Philadel- Hiss It. 0iggott, 'hi phis, tlelyhia. liss Van Horne. Jers- Gleort W. Miers and ville. wif,., Mile, City. Alex Gibson. White Ralph irery, White S Slphur Springso. Sulphur Springs. Aif Myers, Livingston. C. II. Sotebbus. Liv Dr. G. It. Wells. Liv- ingstos. ingston. Geo. L. Carey, Living J. T. Conner, Virginia sHtes. City. II. H. Moody, Pony. A. 1. Simpson, San Peter Stryker, New Francesco. York. E. Timer, Dillon, W. E. Wriaht, Butte. 13. H. Wrigiht, Bulle. Win. horsy, Leer B. R. Atkinson, Hinne- Lodge. apolis. Geo. F. Finoken, Den C. H. Nazro, Hinneap- J,-r, Col. ohis. J. V.. Omtree. Jr.. wife Sol Smith Russell and and daughter, Minne wife.'Minneaptolis. sititis. c.Mes Dr. Beleher and wife. Hiss Annie Dipper, Townsend. Huntsville. Geo. Douglass, Deer R. , Stout. Chicago. Ltodge. F. S. Itrapter. Chicago. I. H. Haberlin, Akron, ike Boyer, Helena. Ohio. \V. S. Hay, St. Paul, Fred S. Foltz, U. S. A. Allen ii. oy and wife, thas. Wagner, Mon- Lisingttton. tans. H. F. Colbolt, Great C. E. Baker, Boston. Falls. W. P. Rowen, Great H. It. Williams. St. Falls. Louis. J. T. Armingtsn, Great Col. J, S. Hutchinson, Falls. hyrsusre. N. F Thea. libson and wife, J. S. Hutchins, Chica tirsat Falls. go. Col S. Gilbert, St. W. C. Merken, Boston. Arrivals at the Grand Central. Joe Thompson, Town- Joe Scott, Miles. send. Frod H. Folte, U. $. A. Mre. itaymond, Town- Mrs. Tierney. Town besid. send. A. J1. Wright, Boze- Juli I. Duff, Fort man. Bientson. John Gleason, Wolf C. A. Jantz. St. Claire. (reek. i h Ist, Murrill, Anacon Arcisie Smith, Philadel- da. psis. T. J. ilaekell, Bear Owen Byrner, Jay Guilch. J ul(srt F. V ). t-pratt and boy. J. TI. ilurgett, Vipsond. York. Jamos Marks, Town- C. K. Iiale. Hardy. sesnd. C. H1. Fisher, And, reon, H. 1.. Fuller, Three 1 iA(1. Forks. T. ci. Hllathaway, Mis J. 'f. Mcintosh, Bald souls. Butts. M.A. Jones, Bald A. J. Briggs, Great Butts. Falls. Pat Sennett. Marys W. C. sackeon, Butte. yulle. Alex T. kicAueland, F. . J hasfer, Helena. Bustts. Thkomas 1' . Fisher, Mrs. Freylersud Tam- Itald te. sly, Ws ks. Dans lleints.h, Rlimini. J. h. Sssareo, Stevens- Misa Kitscl JoIidy, vile. lllossburg. Miss Annie Ruddy, W. s. Allon, Great Illsosshurg. Falls. Mike hilays, Girsat Fails' A. is. Birows, Ilissoola. Max Kelly, Butts. Jsesse Ilamustiss Buntte. Willie 1. lbsrs , White 'Issssss sts l~tlejohn. Sulphlur Sjprings. Gireat Fall.. Frank Lungmaid. Em- T Meta thy aol wife, pire. luwu~oissi d' J. J. Iall. Jefferfon. A. 1,. head, San Fran Jisln uh. Lng, W ardn J. Y' O p,,, Ilillipa usc. bsurg. Joun lerlenbsrg, Deer Wis1 Kslsre,Dser Lodge. Lodge , WX. K. Mssagher~,t'ilsngs. N. A. isoysi, WVioe Sul- F. . ('larks. Ile sns. ssow. A. S. Ksllogg. ttoulsder. K. tIssbsrds, Spring- lion. 1). 1' lwee. l~els, X~.1'. sissies hicks. Jo<s ( allaghan,'three Mrs. FJ. i. llanonee, 1 rsek. 'luwniend. Mrs. Is. Wilder, Town. Wise Msusio Wilder, csud. itowmsss5, Miss Nora Hardon. I'. ilosldy, lissburg. lsswrs'eus. Nasts1 ii lkc,s,t'soxon. Jases I iP ierlin and 1'. IT. I2ssld, Jetlec wits,. .ihite isuijpsur 01111 . Mrinssg. ad itMiss Warerc lturlder. P. Uhsslser adwfAlroansder s~its-g and Jeihorsors. Wits, liulrslls.lr Miss sonderland, Boul- I, Jsssonss, Elk dec. tissrns M. L Holland and son, II. litCullough. Boul Miss l Rissil tiulser. I'. i. hathrisk, Elk H. W. Merrill. Jenorr hourn. cssn. WV, C tterklssss, Ma MnassAnnie Mummer- ryseil.ir osier, Jsltsorsssss. ('tsavlsssosr~tgss,,lye sea. J. W. Mats, tiranits. i'rasss ltisis, Ml. K:. t) yser, ilsessta. esoula. IV. T. Wsls, NswYork. .Jn Os Nesbitt. Black F. T. Sperry.I lte na. Ilaw rl. J. F.V `osssdmsss, Mt. it It. itruwn, Disee Passt i555g. Mslilal Tisorriauto,De- Jass s r II'.iI boy, ('ars Ir.Bltsrman.W. Jasi.,. it. Phelps, W. S. H. Spsrinss. lisseitsso. Bisy ye er crockery asid shiusi'nee sst tse liee Hives. 'I hie are lsssdsissarecrs ins this lice. P'rises Very low mad asleetssuo unahisitod. Sea asi. HO FOR THE NATIONAL PARK. Tourists pa ntemplating visiting the National park should go with the M. B. Johnson eoursor.ou party's fifteen. days camp life in~ the World'. Wonderland. P'arties of five, tan or twenty made up here for itfifteen days' trip. Etverythinlg fur nislnd. Time of starting, July 13, August 3, August 19, ned September 7. For further Information and terms apply to, or address. BEAKtY & INGRAM, Brokers 323 North Main kt. Bilk umbrellas are almost given away at the Blee Hive, Bee ad. in this jissue. Before 'nying~yonr cigars look through Wein stein's stock. Henry Asmussen has bought the priv ilges at tihe fair grounds thise year and will serve all plain drinks at 1214 cents and guarantee satisfaction, Do not fail to visit the Bee Hive, the only em porium of its kind in Montana. It is a perfect curiosity shop, and carry foll L ars of es'.'cytlsing useful and ornamental. No. 5 North Main street HELENA IN BllEF. Jackson's music store, Bailey block. MARRIED. WODDER-CHIIISTENSEN-At the manse of the Grand otrest Mlethodist church, Wednoeday, Aug. 26. Mr. Nels. W~odder to Miss Ella Chria tensen, liev. D. B. Price officiating. Myrtle Lodge No. 3. Meets every Thursday. liegullor meeting of ahose lodge wtill hr hold thin 'I horsany evro ing at right o'clock sharp. So jomurning brothers are kindly in vttetl to attendi. (1. W. JACKSON, JAmos Lncn. C. C. lI. of II. out K. S7NDSBROS. We are now exhibiting our first importations of new Fall and Winter Dress Fabrics, consisting of Scotch and English Chevi iots, Scotch Plaids, Camel's Hair, Paris Novelty Combinations, and high class Fancy Novelties, in rough and plain effects. In new Draperies, Portieres, Curtains, Rugs and Carpets, we are displaying the latest productions, embracing all the new colorings and exclusive designs. OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF JACKETS JUST OPENED. We have made extensive preparations for the Fall and Win ter, and will show this season the largest and most elegant col lection of desirable Dry Goods ever presented to the ladies of Montana. NEY ARRIVALS DAILY. 4" SEE OUR WINIOW DISPLAY. *o0SANDS BROS. . HE IS A WINNER Byj Buyirg Jiis=== Hats, Hosiery, Underwear, Neckwear, Etc., -FROM REED, CRAIG & SMITH CO., SHIRT MANUFACTURERS, , ~Gold Block, Helena, Jlont. The Oesmopolitan. The old hotel has changed hands and the new proprietors have made a new hotel of it. The best restaurant in the city is now being run in connection with the hotel, and you can get a MEAL FOR 25 CENTS. Room and Board, $7 and $8 Per Week SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS. Give us a call and satisfy yourself that the COSMOPOLITAN is the best place in the city in which to stop for the price. GARRETT & BURGARD, Prop's. RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. OO oa *0 J. P. PORTER, Rea! Estate * * and Mines. OFFICE: Basement Power Block, Cor. Sixth Ave. and Main street, HELENA. $25,000 Worth of Prop erty for $12,500. The undersigned will ee!1 or lease (for a term of three years) their hay ranch. seven miles northeast of Helena. Terms easy and satisfactory to any reasonable purchaser. Also a beautiful mountain ranch, twenty-seveh miles north of Helena, and within three led une halt milre of tha Gheat Northern ralrohd, to gether with aixt head of fine graded stock, an. procattle and the other half hores, nine head broken to work and rise, naturalized to toe neighborhood and all tame and gentle. Tim ranch is located ono heep creak and tilens Mario. and includes two wa s: rights and numerotis ditches. and about 5stu1) worth of fruit of all kinds suitable to the soil anti climnte. ne hnti dred acres fenced, enclosing fiih ponds we I stocked with trout and live beavers to keep the daas closed, and fair bZildinge, sPoded etc, for tomporary usee. For gardening, fruit rsising, stock raisieg, a dairy location or a gentleman's residence this rmanc cannot be equaled by any other in titlei part of the state. Foar terms or information call at the ranch or write to Mitcheuts' Siation. This propsiotion is made on aeccint of the precarions health o~f Mo . Wilkinosn and (h~ap. proaching old age of the pearties. It. S. WRLKINSON, MARIA WiLKINSON. MONTANA UINIVERSITY. ..... I~..°w )ý UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 3, 1891. Course. of Instrurtion-l, Coallege; 2. College Preparatory; 3, Butsiness; 4, Normal; 5i, Music; is Art. Also Inatruction in Common Blranches. ABEL INSTRUCTION, ELEGANT BUILDING jW'Fend for Catalogue to the P'resldent...a F. P. TOWER. A. M., D. D JULIUS ZY WIIRT, Proprietor. Fresh and salted meats always on hand. Poultry and fish a specialty. 1507 Robert street. near Northern P'acific depot.