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THE WESTERN NEWS. VOLUME XX HAMILTON, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 , 1910. NUMBER 33 DISTRICT COURT TRIALS BEGIN NEXT MONDAY. Fifty Jurors Drawn — Ten Criminal and 17 Civil Cases Already on Calendar. A hearing in the matter of the estate of 2 Jacobson was held yes terday in district court. Two peti tions praying for appointment as administrator were presented, the one recommending Winfield Tilden, the present acting special administrator and the other naming J. J . Bond. The latter petition has the endorse ment of the daughter of the deceased and Mr. Bond was appointed admin istrator by Judge Myers Trial Jurors. The following trial jurors were drawn for the June term of court: Mike Powers, Alex Robertson, J. C. Brown, A. E. Shappee, J. E. Rearden, Oscar A. Jarrett, John C. Neal, J. W. Waddell, Peter A. Peterson, Thos. Trenary, W. W. Rutledge, Lewis Johnson, Sidney Parks, Wm. Sheri dan, W. P. O'Brien, James Lowney, J. O. Read, L. F. Statford, J. M. Flugstad, E C. Packer, R. L. Perkins, E. E. Smith of Hamilton; H. A. Smith, Fred Reynolds, Wm. Landon, H. C. Raymond, Wm. Richards, J. T. Peery, R. Lv. Young, A. H. Benton, Lon \oung, John M. Boschis, Oscar T. Smith, Ben Young, D. B. Turner, Floyd Daugherty; F. M. Plummer of Stevensville; L. A. Barron, John L. Johnson of Victor; Edward Tilton of Grantsdale; Frank Allen, S. W. Overturf, J. F. Waddell, and D. Not tingham of Darby; I. A. Hull, John Printz, G. T. Dye and C. E. Smith of Corvallis; Henry Buker and D. J. Townsend of Florence. The June term of district court will have a lengthy calendar, containing ten criminal and many civil The trial calendar will be called June 6th, when the judge will set any additional cases that may come up for trial. Fifty trial jurors were drawn, but their names will not be made public until J. H. THEIS FOR UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE 0 L ^ ready-to-wear department is certainly the best in the valley—for new, snappy and up-to-date things wc lead them all we are continually opening up new goods every day and our prices are absolutely right. We have a beautiful line ol Linen and Wash Suits in the very latest styles, some with parasol and handbag to match, also the new coat dress. One-piece linen dresses handsomely trimmed. All made to fit you perfect in our alteration depart ment without extra charge. The nicest line of House Dresses you ever saw. Neatly made out of the very best materials, ranging in price from $1.49 to $3 A Big Bargain In a Silk Petticoat Regular $5 value at $3.49 Hosiery Department Specials One lot of ladies' and children's hose, regular 25c quality at 19c pair Ladies' Silk Hose $1 quality 69cpr. Just received a lot of very handsome Foulard Silk Dresses 1 lie very latest models, which we have priced at $20.00 and $22.00 Actually worth $25 to $30. Another lot, big values, $12.50 each Muslin Underwear We have one of the best lines made. They use the very best materials, handsomely trimmed, with the daintiest embroideries and laces and sell them for less than others get for the ordinary kind. Corset covers 25c to $3 Gowns, 75c to $5 Skirts, 75c to $8. 50 Drawers, 35c to $3.00 A complete line of Children's Underwear A great line of Children's Dresses— Nothing like them Ever shown here; made of beautiful materials, nothing cheap or skimpy about them but the prices, from 35c to $3.50 One table filled with Handsome Tailored Waists at $1.49 Ladies' and Children's Shoes Our shoe business is gradually growing better every day and there is no reason why we should not sell to every family in this valley their shoes, because we certainly carry the best line and sell them cheaper than any of our competitors. J. H. Hamilton, Mont. Up-To-Date Merchandise Corner Main-Third Sts the subpoenas have been served. The cases set follow: State of Montana against James Murphy, burglary; Monday, June 6. State of Montana against Robert O'Connor, burglary: Monday, June 6 . j State of Montana against John Bur- I ney, perjury: Tuesday, June 7. State of Montana against John Bur- 1 ney. hrst-degtee assault; Tuesday, June 7. (Continued on page 2.) Card of Thanks. We desire to thank the kind friends who assisted at the funeral of our be loved husband and father. Mrs. Sii.as Harsell and Family. THE BLUE AND THE GRAY HOLD MEMORIAL EXERCISES The Memorial and Decoration day exercises passed off pleasantly Sun day. Addresses were made by Judge Myers, Rev. Cohenour, Rev. Barker, and Rev. Clevenger. Mrs. D. T. Goff spoke for the ladies of the Grand Army. Music was furnished by the choirs of the Baptist and Methodist churches. A group of little girls, each bearing a letter of the word Memorial appeared on the stage and executed a pleasing drill. On Mon day the old soldiers and their wives conducted exercises at the cemetery, decorating the graves of the comrades who have answered the last roll call. D. T. Goff officiated as commandant. The Lucas opera house was packed. The saloons closed, voluntarily during the exercises. Packers T. ke Notice. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received for packing cement and supplies, amounting to, approximately, 50,000 pounds, more or less, to the Canyon Creek Irrigation district reservoir sites. Bids received unLil 6 p. m. Jane 9, 191C. Board re serves the right to reject any or all bids. For further particulars call on or address W. J. Griggs, Secretary Canyon Creek Irrigation District, Hamilton, Mont. 33 2t Valley TIES TWO FROM HELENA. Nine Wins Both Contests With Capital City Aggregation. The Hamilton baseball team again demonstrated its superiority Monday by taking the Helena team into camp by the score of 9 to 2. The game was called at the end of the seventh in ning to allow the visitors to catch the afternoon train. Cothrell started the game for Ham ilton, but was yanked out at the end of the fifth, as his arm was not fit. During that time he was touched for thiee hits and struck out seven men. Gebeau then took up the burden and went the remaining two innings with out allowing a hit. This with the game he pitched Sunday, establishes a record here, as he pitched 11 innings without a safe one being registered against him. Roberts was on the slab for Helena and pitched a good game, holding Hammond's men to eight hits. As a result of a collision with Bar rett Sunday, Cheslock of Helena was unable to catch, so Bryan of Corvallis was secured. Simmons of Corvallis sat the game out on the Helena bench, but was not called to the box, as Rob erts was working well. The teams lined up as follows: Hamilton—Marx, catcher; Cothrell and Gebeau, pitchers; Snyder, first base; Raftery, second base; Ham mond, third base; Mc^uaid, shortstop; Gray, left field; Williams, center field; Fullerton, right field. Helena—Bray. catch; Roberts, pitcher; Stewart, first base; Lang horn, second base; Barrett, third base; Herbert, short slop; Germain, left field; Clark, center field; Watt, right field. Score by innings: R. H. E. Hamilton......0 0 1 6 0 0 2—9 8 1 Helena........0 01100 0—2 3 6 Umpire—Powers. Sunday's game was a walkaway for Hamilton, the Bitter Rooters winning by a score of 16 to 1. Score by innings: R. H. E ! Hamilton.0 0 4 2 0 0 8 2 0—16 13 4 Helena ...00000100 0— 1 0 7 CLOSING PROGRAM OF VICTOR SCHOOLS. Principal J. H. Holst and As sociates Close Successful Term This Week. Victor, June 1.—State Supt. W. E. Harmon will address the graduating class at Victor next Friday evening, June 3. The regular commencement address will be given by Dr. Frank E Finch of the Montana State Normal. He is an able speaker. Baccalaureate sermon, Rev. J. C. Irwin, Presbyterian church, Sunday, May 29, at 11 a. m Spelling contest, seven classes, opera house Thursday, June 2, at 2 p. m Exhibit and re ception to patrons, program by stud ents in school building, Thursday, June 2, at 2 p. m. Class day exercises, high school and eighth grade, opera house, Thursday, June 2, at 8:30 p. m. Commencement program, opera house Friday, June 3, at 8:30 p. m. Recep tion to graduates, opera house Friday, June 3, at 10 p. m. Claas Day Exercises. Opera House...................... Thursday, June 2, at 8:30 p. m. Address of Welcome................ Albert Cowan Class .Bong......................... Eight Grade Reading...The Minister's Housekeeper Ruth Fowler Recitation ... Men Who Miss the Train Minnie Babbitt Recitation. .Night Ride on the Engine Maude McVey Instrumental Duet .......... .. . ..............Clayton's Band March Leah Patty and Mayme Dowd Recitation.................Our Baby Everett Babbitt Recitation. . School Marm's Courting Leone Capehart Original Story.................... Mary Rowe Essay...............Victor Beautiful Jessie M. Poindexter Song.......................Eventide Eighth Grade Commencement Program. Opera House.................... Friday, June 3, at 8:30 p. m. Invocation............ .. .......... Rev. G. W. McCombe Instrumental Duet ......... Melodie ........................Moszkowski ! Miss Helen Fowler Volai Solo....................Selected Mr. Carl C. Widener Address............................ Dr. Grant E. Finch Duet..........The Lily and the Rose The Misses Grace ai.d E"a Holmes Address............... ............ State Superintendent W. E. Harmon Presentation of Diplomas.......... Hon. H. C. Groff (Juartette...............Lovely Night The Misses Grace and Ella Holmes and Edith and Laura Maynard MANAGER BROWN PROMISES IMPROVEO WATER SERVICE G. R. Brown, manager of the Butte, Missoula and Hamilton water systems spent Thursday in Hamilton, assum ing charge of the water works, recent ly purchased by Senator Clark. Mr. Brown informs The Western News that he has already taken steps to have the reservoir cleaned, and the pressure increased and is planning other improvements. He invites the co-operation of the local public. "We are just as eager to give the peop.e a satisfactory service as they are to re ceive it," said Mr. Brown. STEWART WON MEDAL The shooting Sunday at the grounds of the Missoula County Trap shooters' association was made very interesting by the presence of two shooters from Hamilton, Leighton Stewart and Robert Stewart. L Stewart caused the Missoula shooters much sorrow, for in the event of the day, the challenge for the England diamond medal, Stewart won by making a perfect score, and the medal will be taken to Hamilton until soiacoue beats Stew P'irirg the shooting all of the four traps were used and every one worked smoothly. The traps and grounds are in read iness for the big state shoot next month.—Missoulian ! A BIG CELEBRATION IN Totman Heads Committee— Darby and Stevensville to Celebrate Too. At the mass meeting held in the city hall Friday night to consider the matter of a fitting celebration of In dependence day it was unanimously determined to celebrate. An executive committee consisting of M. J. Flahertv, J. E. Totinan, J. J. Fitzgibbon, F. V. Hoagland, W. O. Fisk, W. I. Moody aud J. M. Higgins, was selected. This committee select ed the following officers: chairman, J. E. Totinan; secretary, E. W. Aiken; j 'reêsurer, R. C. Parmenter. ! The committee will meet subject to ■ the call of the chair, probably totnor ! row evening, and appoint sub-com mittees and arrange the preliminaries I with a view to pulling off the biggest celebration ever held in Hamilton. I Celebrations will also be held at j Darby and Stevensville this year. — Notice of Sale of Bond* ! Sealed bids will be received at the office of the clerk of School District J No. Three, Ravalli county, Montana, j up to and including the 14th day of ! June for the purchase of $19,000 worth 1 of five per cent serial bonds of said school district No. Three, Ravalli j county, Montana. Said bonds are to 1 be of a denomination of one thousand dollars each, one bond payable an nually from 1912 to 1930 inclusive. A certified check for three oer cent of the amount bid must accompany each bid. Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of of the Board of Trustees. H. C. Packer, Clerk. BORN. T.owcrv—To Mr, and Mrs. A. Lowery, May 29, a boy. Platt—To Mr. and Mrs. Percy Platt, of Como, May 28, a boy. Swanson—To Mr. and Mrs. Gus Swanson, May 25, a boy.