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...$l.00 and $1.25.:. FULL STOCK CORDOVAN ..FIRE AND WATERPROOF.. GLOVES Pants! Pants I Pants! THE EASTERN ECKELBERRY & BLAND. AROUND THE TOWN. J. H. Carroll of Missoula is regis tered at the West. W. M. Atkinson of Great Falls is in the city on a business trip. L. C. Butterfield is in the city from his home at Tobacco Plains. Chas. E. Beebe of Spokane is in the city on a business trip today. S. L. Potter of Shelby Junction, is in the city for the purpose of buying lumber. J. R. Hillman, commandant at the Soldiers' home is in the city from Columbia Falls today. Mrs. H. S. Wells left last night for Hampshire, Illinois, where she will make her future home. R. L. Clinton of Butte, who was formerly a prominent attorney of this city, arrived in Kalispell last night. Mrs. Fred Merigold who has been visiting friends in Spokane for the past month, retdrned to Kalispell last night. A life teacher's diploma has been awarded by State Superintendent of Education W. W. Welch, to Miss May Trumper of this city. W. W. Gillette, principal of the Kalispell public schools, has been awarded a state teacher's certificate by the state board of education. Mrs. H. B. Sharar of Essex, accom panied by her sister, Miss Mary How ell, arrived in the city last night on a short visit with friends and relatives. Among the applications for pardon recently refused by Governor Toole was J. H. Godson, who was sentenced to the penitentiary for one year for forgery from this county in November, 1900. The dance Labor Day night for the benefit of the Kalispell base ball as sociation, bids fair to be a big suc cess. The ball is given in a good cause and will probably be well pat ronized. On Tuesday evening, September 3d, a reception will be given to the teachers of the city schools in the opera house at eight o'clock sharp. An interesting programme will be given and every one directly or indirectly interested in the schools is invited^nd requested to be present and enjoy a social evening. Admission will be free. BOWDEN-GENAN. In Fernie, B. C., on Wednesday. August 14, Mr. Benjamin Clarence Bowden and Miss Frankie Irene Gen an were united in marriage. Both were formerly of Kalispell. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. R. F. Stillman at the residence of Mr. Bowden. HOTEL ARRIVALS. The Kalispell: T. G. O'Grady, Ster ling, Mont.; W. A. Ferguson, Helena; J. Garrity, St. Paul; W. E. Darlow, St. James, Minn.; Joseph McClarty, Pe ter Knutson, John Clairmont, Holt. The West: J. T. Hutchinson, E. H. Snyder, Columbia Falls; Miss Mc Phail, St. Paul; C. F. Storms, Sturgis, Mich.; J. H. Carroll, Missoula; Chas. E. Beebe, Spokane; Will Waters, Chris Hennan, Thompson River; L. A. Ris, Spokane; Carl Chapman, St. Paul; R. Dorn, Malta; R. L. Clinton, Butte; W. M. Atkinson, Great Falls; S. L. Potter, Shelby, A. D. Stevens, Amazon, Mont.; Mrs. H. B. Sharar, Miss Mayine Howell, Essex; E. D. Burton, Tom Leddy, Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss Ada Ross, Essex. Cremo Cigars, 5c, Bronson & Lighthall. Cordovan fire and waterproof gloves at any price g 1.00 at the Eastern. This hot weather takes the starch out of collars and cuffs. The Kalis pell Steam Laundry will put it back again for little or nothing. DAVIS IS BOUND OVER He Is Charged with Uttering a Forged Check. HE GOT THE CASH Woman Suspected as An Accomplice Is Turned Loose—Goes to Jail in De fault of $1000 Bonds. The hearing of J. A. Davis the smooth young man who Is charged with passing a forged check in the sum of $05 on James Conlon was had before Justice McArthur this morn ing. W. N. Noffsinger appeared as counsel for the defendant and County Attorney Oliver prosecuted the ease. A good deal of interest has been manifested in the affair and the jus tice court was filled with spectators during the hearing. There was a large number of witnesses for the prosecution while those who appear ed for the defendant were conspicu ous by their absence. The checks used in the purchase of the goods at Conlon's were in court and played a prominent part in the testimony. Davis, or Smith, it is not known which is his right name, as he called himself by either as the occasion de manded, struck town about August 13 and immediately proceeded to make himself at home. He was ac companied by a young woman whom he met on the train, as she says, and who came to Kalispell for the pur pose of working. When the couple arrived in Kalispell the girl, Hattie Williams by name, notified her pros pective employer that she would not go to work as she was married, and introduced Davis as her husband. The couple were in town from Tues day morning until Wednesday night, August 14. On the day they left Davis bought a bill of goods from James Conlon's store amounting to $15 and tendered a check for $65 made out to J. L. Davis and signed by Jos Hirschburg and purporting to be on the Cascade National bank of Great Falls. The check was honored and there not being enough money on hand to pay it a personal check for $25 was given him together with the balance of the money necessary to make up the difference. The $25 check was cashed at the Model cafe in payment for the dinner of the couple together with some others who had been invited to dinner by Davis, and the couple left for Spokane on No. 3 that night. During the night the check was discovered to be a forgery and on arrival of the train at Spokane Davis was arrested and brought back to Kalispell, and on being arraigned was bound over In $1,000 bonds. L. G. Klenck was the first witness called this morning and testified to having signed the $25 check on Mr. Conlon and that the defendant was the man to whom the check was giv en. The rest of the witnesses from the store also testified to the passing of the check and Charley Dickey who received the check from the salesman sworq, that Davis had said that the endorsement on the back was his writing and that he was the man to whom the check had been made out to. Nothing new was brought out in the testimony that would in any way change the status of the case. W. C. Whipps and George Phillips, who are familiar with Jos. Hirsch burg's signature, testified that the signature of Mr. Hirschberg was not in his handwriting and that he spell ed his name Hirschberg, while the name signed to the check was Hirsch burg. Mrs. L. E. Thompson also testified that Davis had tried to induce her to cash a $35 check for him, which she refused to do. She said that the story that the Williams girl was her daughter was false and that she knew nothing of her whatever, and had only seen her once before her ar rival in Kalispell. She said that she was suspicious of Davis and had had as little to do with him as possible. Hattie Williams testified that she had known Davis but a short time, having met him on the train and that she knew nothing whatever of the checks he carried, in fact that she did not know what a check was. When asked why she went to Spokane with Davis she replied that she had done so to get rid of him, that she did not want him around her. Her testimony concluded the hearing and Attorney Noffsinger made a motion that the prisoner be discharged, this was de nied by the court, and the prisoner was bound over to the district court in $1,000 bonds. Doctor Crowder, dentist Room 7, Adams blocl:. Watch for the opening of the Hub Clothing House. Read the new ad of McIntosh Hard ware company. BAD INDIANS. They are Charged With the Murder Of Sac Arlee. Deputy United States Marshal Wall arrived yesterday from the Flathead Indian reservation having in custody five Indians, four bucks and a squaw, who were lodged in the county jail, says the Missoulian. It is charged on information filed with United States Commissioner Edward C. Rus sell. of Helena, that they are princi pals and accessories to the murder on the reservation on August 13th of Sac Arlee, a Flathead Indian. The names of tile quintette now in custody are O-youse Finley, Ie-Ia-Tan, Joseph Tel pa, E. Ne-Mee and Agnes. A full ac count of this brutal murder was pub lished in the Missoulian at the time. It is alleged that the squaw, Agnes, did the actual killing, while the bucks held the legs and arms of the mur dered man. The quarrel is said to have originated over a game of cards. Information was sworn to by Carl Rasch before Commissioner Russell who issued the warrants upon which the party were arrested. The exam ination of the prisoners will be held at 4 o'clock p. m. Thursday, August 29, before United States Commission er W. P. Smith, of Missoula. Call on G. N. Employment office for farm and sawmill help. Miller & White. Inquire of the American Steam Laundry for special rates on family washing. Mason jars, Globe jars, earthen patent fruit jars at McIntosh Hard ware Co. ALL WILL CLOSE. A letter received this morning from H. S. Cannon, gent's furnisher and clothier, who is absent from the city, authorizes the closing of his store on Labor Day. Mr. Cannon expresses in his letter a high regard for the clerks of Kalispell and encourages the formation of a union to the end that their interests may be furthered. The publication yesterday of notice to the other signers of the Labor Day closing petition is therefore here by recalled. It was assumed that owing to Mr. Cannon's absence from the city it would not be possible to secure his signature to the petition, but as his letter authorizes those left in charge of his store to close on La bor Day, the decision is now unani mous. We beg to publicly express our ap preciation of Mr. Canonn's action as well as of that of the other signers to the petition. THE CLERKS. We do not fade colors. American Steam Laundry. Pure silk front shirts at Merigold's for $1; cut price. $5 to $7.all saved by buying a refrig erator at McIntosh Hardware Co. A CORRECTION. Yesterday in its reference of the location of pupils in the public schools of the city, the Bee stated that all fifth grade pupils west of Third ave nue should go to the Scandinavian church. The statement should have read "first grade pupils," instead of "fifth grade pupils." Neal's Enamels, the genuine, a Hall's. 117 Main street. When you buy harvest clothes see our line and prices. The Eastern. Gents see those Summer Shirts at 75c and $1 for 50c at the New York Store. Room Mouldings — A beautiful as sortment just received at Hall'B, 11 Main Btreet. Special sale of Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers at McIntosh Hardware company. Wall Paper—The largest and finest stock of wall paper ever shown li Kalispell at Hall's, 117 Main Btreet ♦»oc««o»» — o»»o >»»»»»«»< MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE c 411 our summer goods to be sold At great discounts. It is 'wise to consider your needs now that the weather is hot and buy a 'Dress from our GINGHAMS, LAWNS, DIMITIES, BATISTES It will pay you to examine our clear ance sale on READ Y- TO- WEAR WRAPPERS, SHIRT WAISTS, LINEN and CRASH SKIRTS LISLE VESTS, SLEEVE LESS VESTS, UNION SUITS, KNEE PANTS. Parasols at great reductions ; 25 per cent off from our already well known low prices. Twenty-ffbe dozen summer aorsets to be closed out at 25 cents—just half price. UNDERWEAR CLEAN-UP. K. M. STORE In Regard to Butter... You who want fresh butter can get it in Kalispell, fresh from the churn if you want it in that way. Your grocer lias it. too. Eastern butter may be fresli and it may not. There is no question about the Kalispell Cukameuv Butter. It hasn't time to got old. Try it and find out for yourself. KALISPELL CIGAR FACTORY ESTABLISHED 1892. MANUFACTURERS OF HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS 1ST "Box Trade a Specialty. P. PETERSEN, PROP SATURDAY NIGHT The Quaker Doctors Will Say Fare well to Kalispell. The peop.e of Kalispeil and through out the coun.y, who have been enter tained and in a largo number of cases benefitted by the visit to this city of the Quaker Doctors, who have been here for several weeks, will be sorry to learn that Saturday night will be their last appearance in this city. In view of that fact the doctors have made arrangements for an elab orate program for that date and con trary to their usual custom will give an afternoon performance for the benefit of the ladies and children, and also the people from the country who are unable to witness the night per formance. The wonderful diving dog Dandy, whose equal has never been seen in Kalispell or any other city, will perform his sensational act in the afternoon as Well as in the evening. At night a gold watch will he given with a bottle of medicine to some person in the audience. A ladies wood sawing contest will he held, for which there have been six entries up to date. The doctors have made many friends during their stay in Kalispell, by their unfailing courtesy and fair treatment to all patrons. They have been good people for the newspapers too. They have advertis ed liberally and never "kicked" on i.he rates and their success has been as remarkable as it has been de served. Fabst—America's leading beer—on draught. Kalispell Liquor and Tobac co company. 27-7-tf Wall Paper—The largest and fines patterns from 5c per roll up. Gome and see them. Hall's, 117 Main st SPECIAL SALE. For one week on school hats, from 50 cents to 95 cents. Ladies' hats at 95 cents to $1.25, $2, and $2.75. These special prices will last only one week. First come first served. La Mode Millinery Store. If you are thinking of buying a range do not do so until you have seen 'he Superior. They have no equal. Leiter & Stocking. The order of Washington will hold their next meeting at the Kalispell Opera house, Saturday evening, Aug. 31, 1901. Meet at 8 o'clock sharp. For Sale—One sawmill, complete; 30 horse power engine and boiler, al most new. Price reasonable. Apply to DAVIS & COMPANY, Jas. A. Coram, Manager Have your prescriptions filled at C. B. Marsden's new drug store. He has the freshest drugs in town. Has had 18 years experience in the largest St. Paul stores. Is registered by examina tion in three states and is a graduate of one of the best institutes of phar macy in the United States. He can fill promptly and correctly any doc tor's prescription. 8-19-lm CLOSING OUT A T YrS TR Y FT ^ < ILdf FOR ANOTHER CARLOAD OF PENINSULAR r AND GARLAND Stoves and ranges -NOW ON THE TRACK. Watt Ils Space for Special Sales every week We Will Save Y©U Money HARDWARE PER A! BLOCK, Coke Dandruff Cure or Dewbro's fierptcide A nice Dressing Comb and a lino llristlo Brush urn tho Articles needed for beautiful hair. You can find them all at BRODERICK & WALKER DRUGGISTS. This Fikht National BANK The OK KA1.IIIPK1.I., MONT., I Oldrat Bank In Flathead Organised In IN til. Paid np Capital - $.->(1,000.00. Surplus ■»->, 000 . 00 . OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS O. R. PEELER, PRES. FRED LANQERMAN, VICE pres R. E. WEBSTER, CASHIER. G. H. ADAMS. MERCHANT. J.L. MclNTIRE, MERCHANT. F. J. LEBERT, LUMBER MAN. GUST. GAMER, BREWER. C* H. FOOT. ATT'V AT LAW A. L. JAQUETH. CONTRACTOR. General Banking Business Transacted. Drafts on Foreign Points at Lowest Rates. Interest paid on time deposits Steamship tickets to all European points $5,000 BOND THAT THIS WHISKEY IS ALWAYS RIGHT AT OUS BUTS finir lim STORE. AAjM I F You want a good Time ► Piece, or Your Watch £ Repaired correctly come to ^ > 0. A. STOCKING, Jeweler and Optician. Successor to N. B. NYE. B. F. KNAPP, Feed, Wood, Grain, Stock, Flour. DRAY AND TRANSFER A SPECIALTY. 'Phone 43. Cor. First Ave. W. and SeooadSt.