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THE ANACONDA STANDARD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1895.
SALEOF CHILDREN'SSUITS s fortha entire six days of the next^week. Your boy needs a good^KNOCK-ABOUT-SUIT lor ttie next^two summer months; wants a^suit be can't wear out in a day or^so. We've got them and s WEDIDN'T^DO A^THING butmark 'em down to cost or^less. Prices^ Here are a lew^Eamples: ABoy's Suit made of Cheviot,^goodstout stufi too lor $1.50. ABoy's Suit in Cheviot that^sold at $2.80 lor $1.73. ABoy's Suit, one oi a large as^^sortment ot diiferent classes ol^materials lor $2.00. ABoy's Suit, your pick of a lot^oi odds and ends that sold at^Jrom $3 to $7 for $3.00. OurUna of finer suits is quite^large and the prices proportion^^ately as cheap a s the lower priced suits. * Ourline of laundried ^Mothers'^Friend Waists^ all go at SO cents. Boys'Straw Hats^The best we^have at B0 cents. C NewLot^of Clocks. Jewelers a*** \lDISTRICT COIRT LastWill of tie Late Judge Moses^Kirkpatrick.. THEVALUE OF HIS ESTATE LeftAll to HI* Wifo-C M. Parr^Wants a Settlement With Mrs.^Rose Perkins - Carder vs.^McDonald On a Note. Butte.July 23-The last will and tei-^tament of the late Judge Mosrs Kirk^^patrick was filed for probate to-day in^the district court. The will is a brief^and simple document, Indicative of the^chareter of the man. It reads: I,Moses Kirkpatrick, of Butte City,^Sliver Bow county. Montana, declare^this to be my last will and testament,^hereby revoking all wills and testa^^mentary papers at any time heretofore^made by me. I frive, devise and be^^queath all the estate and effects what^^soever and wheresoever, both real and^personal to which I may be entitled,^or which I have power to dispose of^at my decease, to my dear wife, Eliza^A. Kirkpatrick absolutely; having full^confidence that she will do what Is wise^and best for the benefit of our children.^And 1 appoint her sole executrix of^this will and direct that she be exempt^from sh'ing bond as such. In witness^whereof I hereunto set my hand thla^4th day of February. 1892. MOSESKIRKPATRICK. Thewill was signed on Feb. 26. 1892.^by Mal^omb P. Brownlee and Hocking^II. Hunter as witnesses, and the entire^instrument Is the handwriting of the^testator. Accompanyingthe will was the peti^^tion of Mrs. Kirkpatrick for its admls-^flon to probate. The petition recites^that the deceased died at Salt Lake^July 6, 1S95. and at the time of his^death was a resident of Silver Bow^county and left property both real and^personal. The names, ages and resi^^dences of the heirs of the decedent are^given as follows: Mrs. Eliza A. Kirk^^patrick, widow, aged 53. now residing^In Butte; Mrs. Jessie Marshall, aged^SO, residing In Salt Lake; Mrs. Florence^Winston, aged 24. residing In Shanghai,^China; Miss Mary Klrkpaitrlck, aged 27,^of Butte: Elisabeth Kirkpatrick, aged^24, of Butte; Margaret Kirkpatrick,^aged It, of Butte; Constance Kirkpat^^rick. aged 12, of Butte; all, except the^petitioner, being daughters of the de^^cedent. He left personal property to^the value of $90,000. consisting of stocks^and shares In mining corporations In^Utah and British Columbia; household^furniture, credits, money In bank and^loaned, and real estate of the probable^value of $4,000. consisting of six lots^west of Missoula gulch. Thehearing of the petition was set^for Saturday, Aug. 3. nit for I'er Outage. C.M. Parr has commenced an action^in the district court against Rose Per^^kins for a per contage which he claims^Is due him for settling her debts when^she failed in business. In his com^^plaint he alleges that when Mrs. Per^^kins assigned on the 27th of last De^^cember she was Indebted to various^persons in the sum of about $15,000^and on Jan. 14 she entered into a ver^^bal agreement with the plaintiff where-^by she promised to pay 5 per cent, on^her entire Indebtedness, regardless of^the amount for which he might settle^the claims against her. In accordance^with the agreement the plaintiff settled^with 46 creditors who had claims ag^^gregating $13,776.2^. His commission^amounts to $6SS.sn. on which the de^^fendant has paid $169.05, and the^plaintiff demands Judgment for the^balance, $519.75. An attachment was^issued. AnAttaehment- JohnH. Carder to-day brought suit^against Fred McDonald for $404 due^on a note given Dr. Campbell and on^which Carder was ^ surety and had to^pay. He also sues for $2!^.'J0 due to^Carder Brothers. An attachment was^Issued. Howell ^ Harney are the^plaintiff s attorneys. InformationFiled. I'nderthe new laws Informations^against persons accused of crime must^be filed within a certain time, and this^morning although court was not In ses^^sion, the county attorney presented an^Information against John Held, the^constable who shot and killed Michael^Sullivan while trying to arrest him on^May 26. Reid Is charged with man^^slaughter. AnInformation was also filed against^H. T. Sloan and William McMahon. the^contract swindlers, charging them with^forgery. A third Information Is against^Oustav Frledlander, charged with re^^ceiving stolen property. The property^consisted of a quantity of Jewelry sto^^len from Maurer Bros., of Great Falls. AnswerFiled.^Kate M. Hamlll. admlnstratriz of theestate of William Hamilton, to-day^filed an answer to the suit brought^against her by Patrick Mullin for an^apportionment of the Yellow Jacket^lode claim. She denies that any one^has any Interest In the claim excep^^herself. James L. Hamilton and E. D.^Baxter. December 17, Baxter located^the ground and built a home thereon^and thereafter deeds the property to^William Hamilton. She asks that the^portion for apportionment be denied^and that the property be set apart to^the heirs of William Hamilton. INCREASEOR DECREASE. EqualisersHave Their Hands aad Ears Fallof ^Imhi, Butte,July 23 ^The board of equal^^ization to-day ordered an Increase of^$600 in the assessment of merchandise^owned bv H. J. Blume. JamesA. Murray complained that h^^had been assessed on an option on the^Estelle and Blue Jay mines, on which^money has not yet been paid. The^matter has been set for hearing Aug. 6. FrankLynch was assessed $1,000 on^a mortgage that has been paid and on^his request the amount was stricken^off. CharlesMatUt'l agent stated that he^was ,i.^.-essed $.sn certain improve^^ments of which 33^JO belonged to Wah^Lung. The tKjard reduced Maule's as-^leflSSaeat and taxed the $300 to Wah^Lung. Mrs.C. L. Jackson s assessment of^$500 on a fonr -tory frame house was^reduced to $400 because the building^was damaged by the dynamite explo^^sion. JosephRosenthal complained that he^was assessed $.'.^4|i on ground which he^did not own and asked a reduction to^$1,800. He was also assessed $4,500 on^a brick building which ho said was not^worth SSOri th.m $.'..',oo. His complaint^will ba hean! Aug. 3. John N '^vs made^affidavit that a mortgage which he^held on the Big Timber and Flagstaff^lode claims was not worth more than^$100, for which he was willing to sell^unless the assessment was reduced. Healso stated that a $7,475 mortgage,^for which he was assessed, had been^assigned for $4,000 in cash and $1,500 in^stock and the board set that part of^the complaint for hearing Aug. 6. An^^other of Mr. N.eyes' complaints was^that he was assessed $2,925 for lot 1,^block 14. of Butte and $800 for Improve,^ments thereon. He will sell the whole^for $3,000. On lot 2, block 14. he was^assessed $2,660 and $800 for Improve^^ments and also offered the whole for^$3,000. The matter will be heard Aug. ^. TheMontana Lumber company Is as^^sessed $8,000 on machinery, which Mr.^Connell said was not worth more than^$3,615. He also ^ald his company was^assessed for more wagons and harness^than It owned, hut no action was taken^on the complaint. JamesH. Hoar complained that an^organ, for which he was assessed $100,^was not worth more than $20 an 1 Alex^Peterson said his $300 lot on a lode was^worth only $200. The assessment of^Joseph Rosenthal for Improvements on^lot 18, block 23, was ordered raised^$1,003. BOTHDISCHARGED. TwoMen Bring Action* In Court Tbat^Wrre Weak klieotl. Butte.July 23.^James B. Harmon,^from whom his wife secured a divorce^two years ago, swore out a warrant in^Judge Almon's court for the HIM ot^Frank Gray, his dlvorc il wife s lasi^hushand, on the charge of assault, al^^leged to have been committed on Har^^mon's 9-year-old son. who is living^with his mother. Gray was afreet SO,^and on Investigating by the Judge. ^ BJ^at once discharged as It was evident^that the arrest was malicious. The^child himself was sent for and em^^phatically denied that his step-father^ever beat him, but Gray stated that^Harmon had been making life for him^^self and the woman one great burden^for several years. Oncomplaint of H. B. Grant, one^John Doe Martin was arrested for lar^^ceny and was discharged as soon as^Judge Almon looked Into the case.^Martin had an agreement with Grant^to extract some rock at the quarry at^Timbered Butte, and lias been hauling^since yesterday. This morning he took^a load In the absence of Grant and^failed to leave the money for It and in^^stantly Grant had him arrested for^larceny. HE'SWILLING. OlsonWants to Kespark the Girl and^Take Rer to IU.ln. Butte,July 23.^Alex Olson, the man^who ^sparked^ Mamie Matson under^pretense of marriage, and then left^Butte, was brought back from Basin^to-day under arrest on a warrant^charging him with bastardy. Both the^girl and Olson now find themselves lit^a peculiar predicament. The law pro^^vides that where the parties many^such act shall be a bar to further pros^^ecution, and Olson has expressed a^willingness to make the girl his wife^and take her to Basin with him. but^the county attorney and the commis^^sioners are not satisfied with thai, an I^insist that Olson shall give a bond to^take care of .the girl after he marries^her and that neither she nor her child^will ever become charges on the coun^^ty. Olson says he Is almost a stranger^In town and that It will be Impossible^for him to give a bond, and until he^can or until the county attorney re^^lents, Olson will remain In Jail. LICENSECOLLECTORS. AfterLodging Hoiiki Now, Then Will^Tackle Dorturn and I.nwyers. Butte.July 23.^Collector Henry' Wey^of the city treasurer's office went after^lodging house proprietors io-day and^Mr. Voder Issued a good many $.^^ liens^during the afternoon. There are more^than 40 lodging house In Broadway^and Park streets, east of Main and^only three of them were found to have^licenses, although the former tteeeaa^was only $1 a quarter. Nearly all of^them took out licenses this afternoon.^The treasurer Is getting after that^class of business at this time, and^after the lodging houses have all set^^tled the doctors and lawyers will be^notified to walk up to the captain's^desk and the stores and saloons will^be rounded up. Fred Wellko of No.^306 East Park was arrested this after^^noon for runnig a saloon without a li^^cense. HASBEENS. AllEligible* Are Krqueiteri to Meet In^l.aug't Bark Koom. Butte,July 23^All members, active^and honorary, of the Never Sweat^Baseball club are requested to meet^at 9 o'clock to-morrow, Wednesday-^evening in Lang's back room to make^arrangements for a game of ball to^decide the championship of Butte. All^desiring to become members arc In^^vited to be present and are eligible to^Join provided they are bona fide ^has^beens^ and have not played in a game^of ball within 10 years. Butte's(lood Milk.^Butte, July 23^Dr. Evans, acting^city physician, this morning tested all^the milk that Is peddled In Butte with^fairly good results. The milk is re^^quired to contain at least three per^cent, of butter fat and none of that^tested fell below the limit. The milk^of Fred Roy, Barti Bros., Pete Ber^^nard, Ben York. Eagle Dairy and C. F.^Lloyd ran 4 per cent of buttet fat; W.^D. Doot's ran 3'j per cent., and that^of L. Perrln, Peter Antonio and J. A.^Bartlett went I per cent. It was stat^^ed after the test was made that It w^ts^evident that none of the cows had been^compelled to drink Butte water. MiulrIn Hi ^ Park. Butte,July 23 ^The members of th^^California orchestra will leave next^Monday for a tour of the National^park. They will combine business, with^jileasurde, and will furnish resorts In^the park with music during their trip.^They will be absent from Butte about^a month. AwardedHighest Honors^World's Fair, WCREAM BAKINGPOWDER MOSTPERFECT MADE. Apure Gripe Cwam of Taitai Powder. Frte^from Ammonia, Alum or iny ether adulterant.^40 YEARS THE STANDARD. FORBOKJNWSTII TheMovement Is Undoubtedly Doing^a World of Good. ALETTER FROM MISSOULA Since Mr. Oalgar's Appeal Was^Published In the ^Standard^^Some Time Ago the Whole^State Is Looking Into It. Butte.July 23.^Th- m .vement In^^augurated by the Mver It .w Trades^and Uibor assembly In td.. interests of^homo Industries is bearing good fruit.^The .ipp, made to c insUBMff has il-^ready Induced an lint' , - | demand in^Butte for Montana pr I 1 is and m. r^chants .11 .^ placing mi orders with^Montana m inufsrturi i^ that formerly^went out of the state. Thefollowing letter r .'ived by the^chairman of the Horn- Industry com^^mittee from a Missoula manufacturer^U one of many that go : -!i ^\v the in^^terest being taken In the m nvn.'iil Miss,ula, July^^M. J. Ceiger. Kditor Horns ladustry: ADAMSMATHER. TwoVfell-Hnim n Voting Peop'e Harried^^ Take a Two W^eks^ Trip. Butte.July 21.^W. M. Adams and^Miss t'arrle Hat Mathe:- were un.ted^In man-lag^ n the Kplscopal church at^2 o'clock this afternoon. Re^ HUrki^-^ton officiating. The church wi s filled^with friends of the brld ^ .^n1 RFC SSI^and an orchestra furnished sweet mil-^fie for the occasion. Miss .1 -ssie Uorth-^jjiill Mfiaio put p|t^uisop|ji| *^.^ sot*^a te,| as belt man. The u.-'ieri wet*^H. A. NMaaboffta .m l It B. Plerson.^After the marrligo ^*^-. rri'.ny a wel^^ding dinner was serve I at the heme^of the bride's parvn ^^ ^n S nun Anio^^ns street, after wt.lch Mr. ani Mrs.^A.I.mis was escorted to UN ,ra::i Sy^their friends and Ml ^ tWJ w vltV^trip to Salt Like. TIM *OUaf coupl*^^ft ^el| known people m Hut' ^ m^l^were recipients of a fttM number of^pn .-, nts. issuedand its isara You ars Youcan dep. n I^sal support an I^any reasonable^good cause. I^a eiing ,i[ labor- Tovre..py of July^oontenis noted with pi^doing the right thing.^M Ni I i\ lag my MTD^Oaa 'II'nv on me for^amount to help the^would BUCKS*! that a r^ers and manufacturers be held at the^most convenient city to have a general^talk. Kxpose those di 1 i. 1 - 1 0.11 I1.1 in!! ^^foreign makes, when same can ho^b night In re at same pi 1 ^. or less, from^lioni^ manufacturers, le t our citizens^know who are our flI*litis and who are^not. Let us help thos.. m ,t patronise^bafSJi labor. Let those, that wish t.^patronize outsiders, derive their Income^from outsiders. Issue a . all for a meet^^ing of manufacturers and laborers.^Trusting that your undo taking will resultto the general g1 of Montana. 1amYours truly. J.C. HERMANN,^^Manager Standard Oatmeal Co.^^Since the publication In the Standard^of Mr. Ctelger's able article on Home^Industry, the matter has been favor^^ably commented upon by many papers^throughout the state, and the move^^ment has reached nek proportions^that It will probably BOOR result In a^state organization, in arrMiliaria with^the suggestion of Mr. Hermann. M'DERMOTTHOTEL. Mr. ItWill lie Managed by s ^w Man^Malln KeslKint. Butte.July 23^W. A. Malln. who^for the past year has been manager of^the McDerniott hotel, has Uiniir.il his^resignation, to take effect Aug. 1. to^engage In other MMMBB, While In^Butte Mr Malln by his uniform cour^^tesy to all has made miny frtstsM w iio^regret to see him leave. B, F. Locke,^an olfl-tlme hotel man, and at present^manager of the l'nlon Pacific hotel at^Pocatello, has been 1 ng.in'd as Mr.^Malta's succesor. The Mi Dermott ho^^tel management Is determined to make^this house even better than ever and^Judging from Mr. Locke's reputation^M will doubtless maintain the McDef-^mott'B high degree of popularity. Far^aU. Wellsoasoned foundation granite nnd^coping itones. mi ablo for heavy machin^^ery; also lngeraoll driUl with linings and^mounting*; ons Sullivan diamond euro^drill, \V. inch bore; winio engine*, for air^or steam power; Knowle*' compound^pump*, 10-inch plungers, 24-inch ^troko. Forfurther information apply to tint^Lexington Mining Co., Wk U. box 152, Butte,Mont. HardI mo . ICate-l hraper Than Maying^nt Home. Forthe benefit of those who could^not take advantage of the last excur^^sion to Salt Lake City, the I'ni 'n Pa^clrlo will make one more ^hard times 1^rate of $IV(iO for lbs round tup from DeerLodge. Oailll Anaconda and Butte;tickets will be on sale Aug. .^'^and will be good for return on or be^^fore, Aug. 16. All who wish sleeping^Oar space should make reservations as^early as possible. Keadlly All Montana. Asa medium of I mmunlcatton be^^tween employers and employed, be^^tween those who have lust and those^who have found, between those who^have something to sell or loan and^those who wish to buy or borrow, there^Is nothing better in the itate of Mon-^tanan than the Standard's classified^^ad^ columln. It Is read by all the peo^^ple from Hope to Glendlve. from Lima^to Havre. Try It and be convinced. Thesemale voices, without accom-^panyment of any instrument, some^^times give the imi'i'silon of being sus^^tained by an Invl- Ml and magic or^^chestra. The illusion Is so perfect that^one seems to hear the vibrations of an^organ or a violin Bui what a simplic^^ity and what a parity of style In these^romances of the northern countries -^K. Tribune De Qeaera The Lutterman^male sextette at Magulre'i opera house^July 29 and 30. Lecture^Man Kmw Thyself,^ free^to-night at Capll-e hall by Dr. A. C^Stoddart, who has offices for free con^^sultation July 24 and 25 at room 14,^Mc Dermott hotel. Smoke1 a Milllde ilnett Ilium clear. Pae- lortolin Havana, C^Ba, and iicala, Florida. ThePresbyterian Sunday School So-^eietv will picnic at Anaconda Park^Thursday. July 2ith. Trains will leave^Hntte at '.' On. |i^ a. m and .ri Oil p. m ,^returning leave Anaconda :t 00 and f W^p. 111 The ltuttt\ Anaconda \- Pacific^railway lias made a rate ,.f |1 00 for the rounatrip, srWca Lac had efl admission^to the Park. ThomasL. Oraham's stage for Sher^^idan via Silver Star leaves Southern^Hotel. Butte, dally at 8 a. m , arriving^at Sh rldan at 6 p. m. Ifyou are not feeling well some^morning go to Fosselman's and drink^a bottle of t'ushlim's Magnesia. They^make the best lii time. Wecan save you |.^i to $10 on tho Home^steel range. Call ind be con^^vinced. H, J Ulume The^Home^ steel range weighs more^than any range in the market. H. J.^Illume. importantto Attorney* and Keal Kitate Men. TheStandard Publishing company^has prepared and printed the new^forms of acknowledgements required^by the new codes. They can be had^at Standard office, 21 East Broadway,^Butte. L*dl* Apprvrl*:* Agood remedy and there n not any^thing on the market tbat squall French^Tansy Tablet! for the relief and cure of^painful or irregular memos. Tbees tab^^let* remove all obitructiom, no matter^what the cauie. Manufactured by A. Au-^cendre, Pam, Prance, and for sale only^hy I). M. New tiro Drug Co., Butte, Mont,^^ole egeuts. Price }2^ per box; seal by^mail securely sealed. Allthe latest news, periodical! and^novels at the Butte Hotel newa Hand.^May F. Egan. Rememberthe ^Champion Roaster^^is the handiest utensil for the camping^trip. H. J. Illume, agent. Comlng-Caplice -MarkTwain Cigars.^Co., Montana agents. John ComingMark Twain Cigars. John^Capllcc \ Co., Montana agents. NewDesigns In Wall Paper St^Schalzleln's, 14 W. Broadway. Wtehrt. Anew and handsome lot has Just^been received to-day, ladles', gentle^^men and boys' sizes. In gold, silver and^gold filled cases. Qoo4l first-class, pricesthe very lowest. J. H. Leyson. Finestcabinet, f.1 per doien. for a^few days only at (he San Francisco^Art gallery, corner Silver and Mon^^tana streets. B RUSHWEEK. AT NEWBRO'S ComingMark Twain Cigars. John^Capllce ^ Co., Moataaa agents. 2%Per Cent. Dis^^count on all Brushes^for this week. BRUSHESFOR THE HAIR,^BRUSHES FOR THE TEETH,^BRUSHES FOR THE NAILS,^BRUSHES FOR EVERYTHING. TMCUPGISTDOUG HOUSflNTMlSTATE.^BUTTE. CITV MONTANA wiioi.EsM.r.ami WTalli 113 N. Main !*t. OfficialCodes THEAUTHORIZED BTA^TE EDITION.^ANNOTATED AND INDEXED. SendLa your orders at enco to B. E Calkins,^But'.e. THe Bancroi.-Wh.tn37 Co., S jn Fraaci3:o^or In-.^-^Mountain Publishing Co., Butt^. PRICE$10 Takesthe choice of an/ Fine Imported Frsn:h NoveltyDress Pattern inour entire stock Kimemb.-r ev-iy $33, $30, $25 and $30^FRENCH ROBE DRESS Go Tms Wjak at $9.90Kacli. Farless than cost tc manufacture. Pricis reduced on our en^^tiro line ot BUMMER DRESS GOODJ AND SUITINGS. HENNE55Y'S THISCENTER TABLE isbuilt out of soli*I oak, has bras3 claw feet, top^is 24x24 inches square, full box frame, thor^^oughly well^made and fin^^ished, a strictly^first class article,^price... $3.00 Thesame table^without brass^feet, price.... $2*50, Calland see our^line of Iron and^Brass Beds. PricesLower Than You Expect. KENNEDYFURNITURE CO., TheReliable Hou^e Furnishers. Butte, Montana. TEETH1TEETH1^TEETH1 Thsfineet tbat can ba had 4^^ny cost. We make the best,^tbe most natural in appear^^ance and tbe most durabsa plates to be bad in Montana. Onlythe very best materia'.* enter into their construction. Nothing cheay^but tbe prica Per5et. Vitalized Air Forlbs puts;'*.* oi:rv.-t oa of ^^^fta r.-i. : r.iMm la th. wo.-.d med oet^ HJB*^off!^* Auya imD^r ^t t^^!S ^t:r*^t^.l .1 n u eiy wlWc t p^.n. VI *!6H or crowns^soil bt'.ds* work a specialty, tioll. 1: r ^ .ijn^ a;ils;^ it low^^t ritev W.H. B13IX, JO. JO. S. Un!T*r tv of l'.noivlr^!^ Qridja:.. l):.\i!w^v on! ^I^.a. Odjq Er^al32% TheJoseph Dixon Crucible Co.'s Goods Ksjbjin Mock^Black Lead Cr.-.c.b.ei In all^sizes. Piumbatjos or Oraphtto,^line or coarse. C/cle Lubri^^cant tor Chain. D.xoi'.'s I_edd^Penclla at lowes^. pricsa. Tim- FairDnn Assay Supply Co AsaayersChemists Druggists sup^^plies. 106 East Park M CarpelC.^anine, Matrvsa Kano*aUos Vphj!*'rn-;,b'tirnuure R^pairtaa 130West Broadway. Teleaaac 226^QUO. U. Ml ALE. Igr.