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We are offering unprece dented bargains in Silverware, Clocks, Ebony, Cut Glass and Leather Goods, TO MAKE ROOM FOR j* NEW GOODS u* Which Arc Arriving Dally. Do not fail to take advantage of this opportunity. PHILIP JACOBY, The Leading Jeweler, Cor. Main and First Sts., Kulispeil, Montana. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers of the Twice-a-Week Bee will be served with the Evening 'Bee by carrier if the business office is so instructed. Unless so notified the twice-a-week paper will be deliv ered by mail until forbidden. Pa trons who have unexpired time on our books, may secure a rebate to apply on the evening paper should they so order. The terms of subscription for the Evening Bee are 75 cents per month, $4 for six months, or $7.50 for one year, delivered by carrier or postage prepaid. AROUND THE TOWN. Part of the machinery for the pick ling plant being constructed on the lake has arrived in this city. The first shipment consisted of three cars. F. W. Marigold, who has had a slight attack of pneumonia is able to attend to business interests. He hau a very narrow escape from ser ious illness. Four cars loaded with household goods belonging to parties who have located in the valley during the past week have arrived over the Great Northern from Iowa. N. Nathan has returned from a business trip in tne east, where he purchased a new line of clothing. Mr. Nathan thinks the east is in a very prosperous condition. J. Gordon of Minot, N. D., arrived in the city last night. Mr. Gordon will be a welcome addition to the musical circles of the city. He an accomplished cornetist. The engine pulling No. 4 went blink at Athens last night and as a consequence there was considerable delay before an engine could be sent from this city to wring the train in George E. Doll, whom everybody around here knows and likes (in spite of his bear stories) is here to day. Mr. Doll represents the paper house of Wright, Barrett and Still well of St. Paul. Sixty-five Japs arrived in the city last night over the Great Northern and will be held here until put to work on railroad construction near this city. Over two hundred Japanese have arrived during the week. Eugene Desarmo came down from kalispell Friday morning to visit Libby friends and attend the Red men's ball in the evening. He will probably return here in a short time to remain during the summer months. —Libby News. The west bound passenger trains during the past two days have been crowded with parties taking advan tage of the homeseekers' excursion. Over sixty people arrived Wednesday and Thursday night and will look for locations in the valley. C. A. DesBresay, who purchases the right of way for the Great Northern, has been in the county number of days securing strips of land over which the extensions and cut offs which will be built this sea son -will run. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hutton came down from Kalispell to attend the Redmen's ball, and remained over .until Monday evening, visiting with relatives and friends. While Mr. Hutton has a nice business in Kalis pell he may decide to return here and engage in business. — Libby John Graham, who was formerly conductor on the Great Northern, and who was let out shortly after the. wreck at Essex, has been called to St. Paul where an examination into the cause of the wreck will be made. It ishoped that Mr. Graham will be re-instated on his old run. Gustave Hain, the man who caus ed such a commotion at the hospital by leaping from the building has re covered from his illness and left last night to complete his western trip before returning to his home at Ten ney, Minn. His strange case, which was thought to have been a case attempted suicide, by a physician on a Great Northern train, attracted much attention. HI8 FIRST OFFENSE. Sheriff Hand Sells at Auction At tached Meat and Things. Sheriff Hand made his first appear ance before the public as auctioneer yesterday afternoon, when he sold the goods which had been attached by the creditors of Rundell, the meat merchant whose troubles with cred itors were thoroughly aired in Justice Sullivan's court last week. The proceeds of the sale will satisfy about one-fourth of the claims. Sheriff Hand handled the sale like an old timer, and his advice as to the value most of the property, which consisted of lard, pickles, smoked meat, harness and a conglomerated lot of bottled goods and things was taken as being a straight tip by the bidders. ONE MORE JAP DEAD Killed In Ä Bunk Car At Browning. A PECULIAR ACCIDENT Pile of Bedding, Japs, Wood and a Stove Too Much For The Man From Japan. A peculiar accident occurred at Browning yesterday morning, which resulted in the death of one of the Japanese employes of the Great Northern. Just how the man was caught and killed is not known, but from most reliable sources it is stat ed that he was crushed and burned to death under a stove and falling tim ber in a bunk car, which had been struck by a number of freight cars run in on a switch. The living cars was occupied by a number of Japs when it was struck. Japs, bunks, bedding, stove and wood were piled up together, and when the wreckage was cleared away it was discovered that the Jap had been killed. He was brought to this city yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock on No. 15 and will be' buried here. This is the first Jap to be killed in over two months on this division of the Great Northern. , NEITHER ABSENT OR TARDY. Scholars Who Are to Be Congratu lated. During the month .of February number of scholars in the public schools were neither tardy or absent single school day and have been placed on the honor roll by their teachers. Miss Jennie Eaton, teacher of the fifth and sixth grade has reported on the honor list: Clyde Ames, Olea Bjorneby, James Bush, Harry Bardin, Louis Bachant, Winifred Crane, Fannie Crisler, Gordon Cadwalader, Hugo Dickerman, Claude Gregg, Fred Gangner, Oscar Gangner, Lila Hunter, Nellie Hannan, Carl John son, Carlisle King, Floyd Leonard, Helena Marshall, Mabel Mingle, Min nie Odegard, Clara Pederson, James Peters, Paul Sprint, Mary Torkelson, William Van Wagenen, Clara Van Sant, Beryl Woolf. Miss Edna Knapp has reported the following scholars in the-A 2d and A 3d grades. Glenn Crane, Goldie Finch, Doro thy Foot. Gussie Gilliland, Ned Houtz Norman Johnson, Lee Kelley, Matie Re.nking, Lena Simons, Lyda Bolton Emily Bjorneby, Raymond Bogart Elmer Dickerman, Maggie Greigg Luella Logan, Lura Yanicke, Lizzie Munker, Cassie Newell, Ida Norden Della O'Neill, Edwin Robins, Harold Smith, Laura Crisler, Mirty Weed. i or hack meeting all trains tele phone 71, Fitch's drug store. For a fine landau for balls, partie and funerals, telephone 99, Weight man's stables. A specialty made of the finest domestic and imported whiskies an brandies for famly and medical use. Everything exactly as represented Kalispell Liquor & Tobacco Co. HIGH SCHOOL CADETS. A New Military Organization Formed Among the Students. The students of the high school have started a . movement to organize a military company which will be made up largely from the members of the city schools. The object of tue organization, which will be Known as the Kalispell Cadets, will be for the purpose of making a study of military tactics and drill. An effort will be made to secure for their use the arms which belong to the state, now stored in this city and which were formerly the equip ment of Company H, now disbanded Capton Eaton will in all probability instruct the young men in squad, pla toon and company movements as well as the setting up exercises and man ual of arms. They have elected the following officers: Captain, Percy Doods, first lieutenant, Clare Lovelace, second lieutenant Ralph Harmon, first ser geant, John McCormick, second ser geant, Carl Willis, and first corporal Howard Nash. The other officers will be elected or appointed at some -time in the future. Notice. All accounts due me must be set tled at once or they will be placed in the hands of my attorney. JOHN A. GRAVELLE. Mrs. William Vanderveer is agent for the American Steam Laundry in Columbia Falls. Baths 25 cents — Kalispell Steam Laundry. American Steam Laundry is the best. Telephone 31. FIREMEN'S BENEFIT BALL. Columbia Falls Volunteer Firemen Will Entertain Friends. The volunteer fire department of Columbia Falls will entertain their friends with a grand ball on the night of Friday, March 15. The volunteer fire department of Columbia Falls Is in its eighth year and consequently the event will be known as the eighth annual ball Every effort is being made to make the arrangements for the ball perfect and insure a royal good time to those attending. William Newbower and Wife Receive a Chilling Reception. Word has reached this city to the effect that Mr. and Mrs. Newbower, two of those who have been suffering ith smallpox at Bear Dance, forty miles south of this city, had returned to their home, a short distance be low Big Fork. A quarantine had been declared and they were subject to the laws hich cover such a case and not withstanding the orders of the coun ty health board they left the home of Mr. Cramer and went to their own home, driving the entire distance. Mirs. Newbower is said to have fully recov ered, but Newbower was at the stage here the disease is most contagious. When their neighbors learned that the Newbowers had so little consider ation for them and had knowingly returned and endangered them to the disease there was a sort of an in dignation meeting. A letter was pre pared, and was signed by most of the residents of the east side of the lake, which, in anything but mild language, expressed their thoughts. It is said by one of those who signed the letter that Mr. Newbower was informed that, in the future none of those signing would have any use for him, in fact all friendship is at an end. The county health board have been notified of the breaking of the quarantine and will, as soon as New bower's health will permit, bring ac tion against him for violating the quarantine regulations. It is said that Mr. and Mrs. Newbower return ed to Bear Dance after receiving the letter from their neighbors. That fact, however does not lessen the offense against the health laws and the health authorities will not per mit such violations to go unpunished. New Firm, the Fulton Market Messrs. Arseneau & Baur, two gen tlemen of long experience in cater ing to the wants of customers in the market line, have purchased the Montana Market, on Main street, and in about a week will reopen it as the Fulton Market. The new proprietors propose to make the market a popular place to do all your trading for meats of all kinds, game and oysters in season, vegetables, poultry, etc. They are anxious to please and will always supply cus tomers with the best obtainable of the lines mentioned. JUMPED THE QUARANTINE. LAND AND LUMBER SALES. The John O'Brien Lumber Company Make Three Purchases. Three deeds to land and standing timber have been filed with the ounty clerk and recorder, transfer ing valuable property to the O'Brien timber company. Daniel F. Barrett deeds 159 acres in sec 6, tp 29 n, r 22 w; $1,500. Ansel F. Thompson for $1,900 has sold them all the standing timber which will cut ten inch logs and over on 100 acres in secs 3 and 10, tp 31 n, r 23 w. Zeruh Hardwick transfers timber on 100 acres in sec 16, tp 27 il, r 19 w; $l,10u. If you want your prescription filled s the doctor writes it take it to Broderick & Walker,, the Leading Druggists. If you need a Kodak or camera, or anything in the ; photographic line, call on Broderick & Walker. SIXTY GERMANS COMING. It is announced that sixty Ger mans from Wisconsin will arrive in the valley during this month and settle near Dayton creek. The ad vance guard of the contingent ar rived Thursday and are now on their way to Dayton. Those here are Mr. and Mrs. Theo dore Seweli and two children, An tone Wilham, wife and seven child ren, and Mr. and Mrs. Mull. Notice. In order to make room for our large stock of spring goods we will sell all of our stoca of crockery, glassware at and below cost. Come early and secure bargains. Geo. S. Wilson. MR. KERWIN'S COMPLIMENTS. Mr. Thomas Kerwin presented the Bee force with a b'ox of choice cigars last evening as an evidence of his good will. Mr. Kerwin's example is commended for its originality at well as its liberality. May his sha dow never grow less. Advance sale of new spring fancy shirts at Cannon's, $1 each; many worth $1.50 and $1.75. At Christ Church. During Lent there are being held in the Parish house of Christ church special services on Wednesday and Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Everybody is given a cordial invita tion to attend them. f * DOZEN * * WILSON BROTHERS' * COLORED SHIRTS * ALL NEW PATTERNS. * ¥ H. S. CANNON. New Spring Goods ...Arriving Daily at the... E pm < ILJO JAME 8 CONLON. SPECIAL SALE FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Six-foot, solid oak, hand polished EXTENSION TABLE, like cut. Regular price $12, Special $9.75. Terms, SPOT CASH. Main St. J. L. MclNTIRB. 4 McIntosh hardware go. « Opera Block, Kalispell n\ /|\ SÄ /\ m 1 n\ ^Worlds PENINSULAR. sts Buggies, Surreys, Road Wagons Si f and Spring Wagons. À /s /s Bain & Rushford Wagons. Superior Disc Drills. Norwegian Plows and Harrows, Granite and Tinware, Crockery, Garden and Field Seeds. We are closing 1 out several Pattern Dinner Sets at 2© per cent off McIntosh hardware co., OPERA BLOCK, KALISPELL. STERILIZED MILK AND CREAM. WHOLESOME AND . . . FREE OF ALL IMPURITIES. Place orders in advanco with the KALISPELL CREAMERY, J. A. HECKER, Prop. South First Street West, • Kulispeil, Mont. ■ A.A.A.JLA.A.A.AA.A.AJ» I F You want a good Time Piece, or Your Watch Repaired correctly come to D. A. STOCKING, Jeweler end Optician. Successor to N. B. XYE. IS SHE WHO USES | KAUSPt turn If PRINC AP mm rat.MoHT 4? (\ V '/// ^ No. 4sae. " 1FKT NÂTI0IMI BANK OK KAMIIPELL, MONT., Does n General Banking Business i directors: p i D. R. PEELER, PRES. k ■ FRED LANGERMAN, VICE PRES . 1 R. E. WEBSTER. CASHIER. P d C. H. FOOT. ATT' Y AT LAW k J G. H. ADAMS, MERCHANT. C " J. L. MclNTIRE, MERCHANT. P à F. J. LEBERT, LUMBER DEALER. k jj H. 8. CANNON, MERCHANT. JT 1 GUST. GAMER, MERCHANT. P ftp VV'B* V wvvw v4 YOU KNOW You are entitled to full measuro in pur chasing your liquors the samo as full weight in gro ceries. Wo give FULL MEASURE In all liquors. Family trade is solicited. specials: L'APITOI. WHISKKY, IMPOllTKD K11BHHY, IIKNNKSSY BRANDY, IMPORTED PORT WINES, SC11I.1T/. BEER. HELLER S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE AUGUST HELLER, Prop. We II Do It Right ! wor tons, do your work right 0 , not in the tearing* d©=ip style, delivering ©i time. Kalipsell Steam Laundry. Bath Rooms in Connection HAVE YOU TRIED IT? THE CHICAGO DRESSED BEEF is the talk of the town . The eery best money can buy. Send in a triul order today. Fresh shipments received every few flays at the Kalispell Meat Market. Ehrlich & Eeraert, Props. (11Z mom • •• common sense Karcher & Smithers Have a Big Line of all Styles.