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MISS KENCK DENIES IT
Did Not Authorize T. 4. Walsh to Contest Her Brother's WilL Haupt, of Butte, Indloted for Using the Mails for Lottery Purpose. He Pleads Not Guilty and RIs Case Set for Trial at Butte Next January. Toole & Wallace for Jacob Loeb and Loutis Stadler, executors of the will of Henry Jacob Kenck, filed an affidavit in the district court yesterday showing that no contest of the will had been authorized. Objections to the protest of the instrument were filed in court last Saturday in the a name of Augusta Kenck by T. J. Walsh, alleging undue influence upon the part of the executors when it was made. The affi davit is made by Miss Kenok, who is at St. Benedict's academy. St. Joseph, Minn. In it she states that she Is 17 years old, un married, and selected Mr. Stadler as her guardian; that he was duly appointed and I is now acting as such; that she has been in formed that T. J. Walsh, an attorney at law at Helena. had on her behalf objected to the probate of the will of her brother. Henry Jacob Kenok. She says she does s not desire to contest the probate of the will a but wishes it to be probated. Miss Kenok further confirms this in a private letter to her guardian in which she says, "Yonrletter which asked if Mr. Joe. Kenck was the cause of this affair at my request or desire of mine was received this morning. I I am sure I did not know anything I about Jos. Kenck's proceeding. I have never written him anything. conerning this, neither has he tome. Continuing, she says that she knows her guardian has f always done his best for her and that she will never be able to repay him for his kindness. The attorneys of the executors also filed a motion to strike the objections from the records for the reason that the same were i made by mistake and without the consent! of the contestant, and for the farther rea son that as a minor, unmarried, she cannot appear through an attorney for the our poses contemplated. a The execuntors say that the charges made t in the objections filed by Mr. Walsh such as failing to file inventories and reports are f untrue; that they have been filed and are now in the hands of Massena Ballard and will be produced in court when the matter is brought up for hearing. UNITED STATES INDICTMENTS. Henry Haupt of Butte Charged With Vie- i lating the Lottery Law. Two indictments were presented in the United Staten circuit court yesterday by the grand jury against Henry Haupt of c Butte. for violating the law prohibiting the i use of the United States mails for lottery I purposes. Last September a Butte paper published a special telegram from a Wash ington correspondent to the effect that the postmaster general was unable to find a 1 law under which to exclude from the mails the circulars of the Montana Minin., Loan and Investment company, which has its headquarters at Butte, and has branch offices at Chicago and New York. A few days later Assistant United States District Attorney John McDonald received the fol lowing telegram: "Washington D. C., Sept. 8U: Haunt scheme. on investigation, found to be violation of lottery act. Fraud order not rescinded, nor is such action contem plated. Jas. N. Tyner, assistant attorney general." Ilaupt's scheme has been extensively ad vertised in the United States. It was out lined by himself in an interview printed in the Miner on the day following the receipt of the information that there was no law to prevent his using the mails: "Speaking of the matter Mr. Haupt said the decision of the postmaster-general is just what he ex peeted, as it establishes the legality of the business. The gentleman also sany, that naturally the object of the company is to make money for the stockbolders. which its plan fully shows. All moneys are received from stockholders and under the plan 50 ter cent of the receipts are loaned back to stockholders, 25 per cent go to the expenses of the company and the other 25 per cent is invested in a manner to secure cood profits Sthe benefit of the stockholders. .He 's that at present there is no better which to make safe and profitable - n.,, . s than in Butte or Montana realty. I he company has , - he United States and Can friom them show that S 'aty and that it is Doges. 'he state and city than . .'. 'one combined. Mr. Han. , oarties con nected with . spvonesible pro"erty owne, '~ he in dications are thin 'ock will be wo th at less. Haupt ileaded not -.. were ordered to be trensle., 0c ern division of the court at will convene on the first '£esdae - nry next. Other nudictmientt were found as fore Hot et and Michael Murray for stealing heifer, worth $2i), on the Crow reservation: A. A. Ilassen. for stopping a stag. near Lewiston last June. The court adjourned until 2 p. m., to morrow and the grand jury until Tluesday next at 2 p. iii., on account of the absence of witnesses. I)ietrlet Court Ii.slnr~ a. Papers were served on Sheriff Jefferis by Coroner ]ockman yesterday in the case of Louis Stadler vs. William Kranich and Wilhelmitna Schreiner to restrain the sher iff from paying over $955.801 in his hands to the defeitdante. A levy oii exoen in was made on the i roptrty of the Bil . ()I 1m uing cnpln y by iGuy F. ihorton ati.t six orhers for wages drue to tLe nmaounrt of $ti,'70.11. It is tated thlat the judgirents will be satisiied in full taidoy. L:rn.mna "-rldberg. widow of the l.la Ja,cob Feldi.rg, has been tir pointed aeminilistra. trix of the estate. which conuits tif the homesteaid on Fifth avenue, th.e Ile!tna elothing etoie mnd onio it (reat Fralls. 'I le childrern are ('arini, rged 19, tetta, 18, Belle. 14, and l"rav liymn;.n, :i. I A v-rdict for the plaintilt was returned yesterday in the case of Georgeo Naymick 'v. Michael Sadow to makt' penruanLanlt an injunction rertrainine defendant from dis losing of lot 8, block 9. East lfelena. D)r. Salvail nas reino ved lii residence to No. b0 ifth a ienu,. Legal blanks at t.ies oltci,. I.adi,i-' eavy vhit wli n,~ r iins riil rwear collrrin re l Be e, o- nly i-) cne's at hli) lheo iilve this wee-. 1.(0)0 shares lIHlena & Victor I"Curlew") m.ring c,rmpany stock at 75 cents pter share; 0() shaces Whitlatch Union et :) cents,. Address J. A. Fx.arivwr., Box 734, Ileleri. Mont. 'Irail Croork coal fur uaas by nlontana l.nt b.i r and ulanuifa turing coian:ry'. 'lelhou' sit. A fine eliaia tersot, ,i:ih heavygri- banc|, con. stanlllg hity-eii: |e)|c.s, can be bi.ught this weck at ihe l.e. e1ivr fir $7.:0. 5lolntanat Savings lSank rIays intoeeelt n deposits of $1 or more. 5 per cent on on savings accounts. 6 per cent on time certificates. "baying is the aseeet of wealth." Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Repdret SPowder ,AS.SOWTD PURE JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. The banks and all publie ofmiee will be closed to-day. Children in the publlc schools will have a holiday to-day and to-morrow. E. C. nussell, of Helena. was appointed a United States commissioner yesterday by the circuit court. There will be an important meeting of the Catholic Literary society this evening at St. Aloysius Hall at 8:30 o'clock. August Enualnd, of Sweden, and Peter Peterson, of Norway, were admitted to oit izenship yesterday in the district court. Major Camp, the areat evangelist, will commence a series of revival meetings tp morrow night in the Murphy Gospel Tem perance hall. The pupils in the Helena high school are now nusing the new building. It will be several weeks, however, before the work men are out of the lower floors. The hall given last evening by First Mon tana camp No. 42, Woodmen of the World, at Adams hall, was a success in every re apect. There was a large attendance and every one had an enjoyable time. The taxpayers are keeping the county treasurer quite busy these days and it looks as if there will be but few delinquents when Dec. 1 arrives. After that date a penalty attaches for putting payments off. Official capital returns received by Tun INDEPENDENT from all the counties except Dawson give the following vote: Helena 13,765, Anaconda 10,169, Butte 7.750, Boze man 7,414, Great Falls 4,924. Deer Lodge 975, Boulder "92. An electric light wire running across Main street in front of Gans & Kleins broke with a loud Ipopping noise and a flash at eleven o'clock last night. It dropped across some telephone wires and hung high enough to be out of the way of traffic. Judge Hilger says the Lawrence dam site is located twelve miles below the Stubbs terrv site, and is fourtren miles north and four miles east of the Northern Pacifle depot. The Judge says the location is one of the best on the river for a dam. Galiger, the man who stole the buffalo coat at Wolf creek, was convicted of the offense in Judge Gage's and will spend three months in jail. Another offender. who stole a coat and vest off a dummy in front of a Main street clothing house was sent up for sixty days. Coroner Rockman went to Rimini yester day to hold an inquest on the body of bilas Chapman, 72 years old, who died suddenly in the morning. The verdict was that he lied from natural causes. Hle was born in New York state. 'Ihe remains were buried at the county poor farm. S. N. Nicholson, sergeant of police under Marshal Sims, has been appointed by Ex ecutive Commissioner Bickford, of the Montana World's fair managers, custodian of the Montana building at the World's fair. 'l he appointment is generally re garded as agood one. Mr. Nicholson goes to Chicago next week. A story is going around in Helena legal circles about a young lawyer who booted two clients out of his office the other day. It appears that they arranged r. compromise with their opponents in the law suit and reo ceived ti1.,0. Te'ly spent all of the money but $10.50 and then visted their lawyer's obilce to inform him of the settlement. The two litigants thought they had done a good thing, but were a little surpriaed when the attorne'r asked for his fee of $25. After som. parl.,y they gave up the $10.50 and quietly submitted to a kicking trom the legal light, who booted them alternately, rorm the office door to the head of the stairs, PERSONAL. John Duffy, of Silver, was in town yester day. Fred Holburt, of Great Falls, is at The Helena. Frank Higgins, of Missoula, is at The Helena. Col. F. M. Malone, of Miles City, is at The Helena. J. T, Thompson. of Townsend, is at the Grand Central. S, H. Htuart is registered at the Grand Central from Butte. Mrs. M. Anderson arrived in the city yes terday f.rom Missoula. Judge Knowles has gone to Missoula to spend Thanksgiving with his family. J. E. Swindiehurst, one of the leading democrats of Park county, is in the city. Sheriff Joseph Hamilton, of Cascade county, arrived in l1elena yesterday from Great Falls. George W. Sproule, clerk of the United States courts, went to Butte yesterday. He will return to-morrow. Among Bette teoptl at The Helena yes terday were W. H. Kenyou, Harry L. Haupt and John B. \Yellcone. .1ilI Arrive To-Dlny. following passengers will arrive in -day at 1:30 on the Northern Pa T "d mall and express train: 'de, A. O'lir:a, II. W. I , .. itr" . A. Ei oes, W . F. Martin Cor,,r . hicago I U riu,':tor , o ualeh II i I eu.ir. - 'I]ie ., ;" t: Sic L.oarduau, - 'ritto vada nk Ir iacela tt, ,t Paul . \\ 1 l: ger, linrrIte I, rIar' lrouis Gold, Alilwnce. JI, -, ;tea IC ll\ eig-er. ,'ilae - C iW (,rl a. • : LJo .ar ce¥y ' ulanr ow 1i lich, ltotl. York hnksuu I i I t'. . 1na, lo da ILke 1 Frendon, It Hi I' rI.t earls ar it Ialls W\ \\'' iur: , "tin aol F 3i Malone, Miles e . . r k ,l Hi, o n i u sse ll, J it I halhter , Iiokul;. , lfr , city 0 "cIla rre l' lTn (neo l ti ates. San ( 11o Gray, ;an l'ran- raFni-co Sc .1 0, h\rian. I)enver Sr lligi inc , .1ie s- 1 t < oelrir,n It Lonia . Kle a e 1 ; Ist ( : ha paan, D1): 111 raw Kuuoilow I teiL Arrlvat'r at tile (Crant Crntiral. i O'Tlourke, Miiry .ohn lfft. ilv,,r .11l 3I Anlter..ol , Mie- N l I t itI. Iuttr .oulr: J1) TLi:!.i I I,«, y, ,:it'. I' J \-eliy city \\ i Kn.,rdy. ri-, J 'I lholrmpon. Towne- nhella i.d ;.`.]:-, ,\h. lerl eam, ('r hr - Lickaon, how"w orkl ,rk lire r ,xonr, Now I r i aeyroft, Yow 'trk loak Nort ri Dtbbhhi, Now ual...n Yorke. t.cw a rrr. 1 or!ik . .k (t nlnloly. +Now lre (t'ou::(,lly, 1i w u k lnrankly Sincaid. e , "orv I ,r:. 1 rk ii,- j:rr-a 11a,,n-.er, 1 Mi1 - lairs llridli',r, Now ' ],, I. A 'WA+rr't. I ' Alcr.ak,-rik, 51A rilr 11cetrivick, 'tai r' llarer ell, i [ orbi , P'laer Ftitz I -haitI, Albion ir r,,e Ian oer, Albin ,hh \ilen. Alirirn Juliua tV )lsh,,h :' .n J 1 I 'I l i , I ('icagu I'ranleb. Jea liar .ltrn, reat Alvinri rl r inito. San i5 a' 1 ranil-,i, JldIfr - I wiea('o. Fan C' 1. W\;ard.n, haroers i ral -'sI bIrg J 11 aurlpy. I imi i 'lti., New MornhaInts Ilotel. Now opened on the European :elan, offers tihe frollowlrlr low ratees to transient guests: tl.i", Ier day (aralor linor,; $1 per day I t:irl loor); 7 cents per day ifourth floor J. Ixtra for mrcre than one occupant, special rates to theatrical people, anso per manent guests. Every room heated by steam and lighted by electricity. Hot and pold water and poreelain baths on emeh floor. New hardwood furniture and bras els carpet In guetb' rooms, wide and spa. olous hallways carseted with crimson velvet. Dining room, table d'hote. Guests will find good meals in the dining roon of this house, operated by the Misses Narle. Meals 60 cents, Weekly rates to permanent boarders. The Bee Hive has a lot of men's and boy's clothing which they are cloing out chean, they wish to di4continno the line. toite and overcoats at 50 cents on the dollar. WILL MAKE REAL LACE. An Opportunlty Rarely Had by the Ladies of This City. For the next few days the ladies of Hel ena will have the opportunity to see some of the real lace Mrs. Golds will send to the World's fair. Mrs. Golds is a resident of Deer Lodge. She will make an exhibit of her work at Miss Stevens' millinery em porium in the Denver block, and everyone is invited to call and see how real lace is made. Mrs. Golde will also take orders and teach those who so desire. She will be at Miss Stevens' Friday next from 10 a. is. till five p. m., and also on taturday. Mon day and Tuesday between the same house. This is an opportunity the ladies of this city will not miss. The most extensive assortment of chryeantho mums oeer displayed at the Wells conservator y, S. . avis stract For Sale. Eight to ten thousand shares of Mac min ing stock at 300 per share. PAT GArVIM. Vera Rebekah Lodge I. 0. 0. F, No. 13. Meets second and fourth Thursday in each ,onth at i. U. 0. F. hail, Jackson stront. Vis iting members are cordially invited to attend. MAY McCAhtTli, .N. Ui. MINNIE McNERNs, lie. Soo'y. Fons of St. George. Albion Lodge No. 327 meets every Thursday evening at eight p. m. in the L. & L. block. Sixta avenue. A cordial invitation is extended to all members and visitors to attend. . ANtg 1) FOWLER. Worthy Secretary. Myrtle Lodge No. 3. Meets every Thursday. Ilegn ir meeting of above lodge will be eld this Thursday oven ing at e ght o'clock sharp. io j<eurning brothers are kindly in vited to attend. (rO. E. BOOS, JACOn LoE,. C. C. K. of t. and S. Sportsmen's Headllarters,. Where you can find anything you want to shoot with, or fish with. Shooting clothes of leather, corduroy and canvass. Leggings of all kinds. Shot gun, rifle and revolver ammunition. Bicycle sun dries, boxing gloves, and in fact a complete line of Sportsmen's Goods. M. H. BRYAN'S GUN STORE, 103 BROADWAY. HELENA" BABCOCK'S TILES. NECKWEAR, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR AND SOX. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. We are stocked with the best makes, latest styles and greatest variety at Popular Prices. OF COURSE WE HAVE CORDS OF Iection Hats AND Fur Goods BAJBCOCIK & CO. Are very pop ilar now, but no more so than our tremendous line of WINTER SHOES. Our stock is large, assortment is line, and sty}ls are unsurpassed. We give perfect fit and satisfy everybody in price. We keep Shoes of every grade for Parlor, Street, Ranch and Mine. Come in and take a look, hear the price and take your c ihoice. CLARKE. .RANK _ MONTANA SHOE CO. HOLIDAY PREPARATIONS WVE are making preparations for our grand Holiday Display, and to ob tain the room required for Holiday Goods, we must close out many lines of desirable goods in all departments atonce. To effect this end as Speedily as possible we offer special induce ments in Dress Patterns, Dress Goods, Silks, Flannels,. Cloakings, Blankets, Comfortables, Underwear, Hosiery, Dress Trimmings, etc., etc. NOTE-The extreme reductions in prices on our entire line of Imported Dress Patterns make them, without doubt, the greatest bargains we have ever offered. SANDS BROS. P* * ATENTS.. United States and Foreign Pat. enti obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittbuwrah Block, Helena. Ment. To Loan Money at 70°o, 8°o0, and 9°io. Amount of Loan and Security determine the rate of interest. I am prepared to make loans promptly in amounts from $500 to $100,000 $100,000 Commercial and Short Time notes wanted. Also City, School, State and County Bonds and Warrants. No. 10 Edwards St., Helena, Mont. H, B. PALMER. PATENTS * * * FOR INVENTIONS * * * Procured by the Press Claims Company. Equal with the interest of those having claims against the govern. ment is that of INVENTORS, who often lose the benefit of valuable inventions because of the incompetency or inattention of the attorneys employed to obtain their patents. Too mdch care cannot be exercised in employing competent and reliable solicitors to procure patents, for the value of a patent depends greatly if not entirely, upon the care and skill of the attorney. With the view of protecting inventors from worthless or careless attorneys, and of seeing that inventions are well protected by valid patents, THE PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY has retained counsel expert in patent practice, and is therefore prepared to Obtain Patents, Conduct Interferences, Make Special Examinations, Prosecute Rejected Cases, Register Trade-Marks and Copyrights, Render Opinions as to Scope and Validity of Patents, Prosecute and Defend Infringement Suits, Etc. If you have an invention on hand send THE.PRESS CLAIMS COM PANY a sketch or photograph thereof, together with a brief descrip. tion of the important features, and you will be at once advised as to the best course to pursue. Models are not necessary unless the inven tion is of a complicated nature. If others are infringing on your rights, or if you are charged with infringement by others, submit the matter to us for a reliable opinion before acting on the matter. 618 F STREET NORTHWEST, The Press Claims Company. ASHINGTON, D. C. JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney. "-Cut this out and send it with your inquiry. CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. H. UNZICKER, General Manager and Secretary, L. UNZICKER, Western Representative. GHIGAQO IRON WORKS, * * a * BUILDERS OF S " a * rl Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelt ing, Concentrating, Leach ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting N and Pumping Plants of any ... AND capacity. Tramnways, Cor lies Engines, Compound En Mitno Mls ineryC Ca Skips, Ore and Water Buck ets, Wheels and Axles and .all kinds of Mline Supplies. * a Exclusive Eastern Manufaota rers and Agonta for o 0 J. It Bryan's Roller Quartz Mill and Hcndy's Imaproved Triumph Concentrator Western Otanems Generatl OfAe and Works, NO, 4 LOWER MAIN STREET, CLYBOURN AV. AND WILLOW ST. Helena. Montana, Chicago, lilinoas.