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SECOND-HAND
QOODS
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
FURNITURE REPAIRED
B. H. MASON
Corner 2d st. and Lupfer av.
If you have some you wish to sell
let a Pilot want ad be your sales
man.
Whitefish Lodge
No. 64, A. F. & A. M.
Meets the 2d, 4th and 5th Tuesdays
of each month.
E. M. HUTCHINSON, AV. M.
H. B. SHARAR, Secretary,
B. F. MA I DEIN
....Lawyer....
Pnotio« in State and United State*
'Court* and Laud Office
LIBBY, - MONT.
J H. STEVENS
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Pruoifoe tn State and Federal court* and
before the Land Office.
Notary public. Postoffice block,
Kalispell, Montana.
Chas, E. H. Maloy
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
OFFICES, NOFFSINGER BLOCK
Kalispell, - Mont.
N. E. CHURCH SERVICES.
The services of the M. E. church are
held as follows: Sunday morning ser
vices commence at 11 oclock. Evening
service at 8:00 o'clock. Sunday school in
the morning at 12 o'clock.
All are cordially invited to attend
these services.
REV. I. N. PARV1N, Pastor.
EPISCOPAL SERVICES.
Rev. Henry M. Green, Rector of the
Episcopal church of Kalispell, will hold
'services in AVhitefish .in Skyles' hall on
the second Thursday of each month.
Eyeryone is cordially invited to attend
*11 these services.
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES.
The services of the Presbyterian church
will be held as follows: Sunday morn
ing service at 11 o'clock. Sunday school
-at 12:05 p. m. Evening service at 8.00
•o'clock.
Other services as usual.
Everyone will receive a cordial wel
come to all these services.
JOS. GASTON, Minister.
*Die Comfortable Way*
Great
Northern
TIME TABLE
WEST- BOUND.
Arrive. Lea e.
...10:40P.M. 10:50 P. M
...10:45 A.M. 10:55 A. M
..12:05 A.M. 12:20A. M
27JF.M. 11:15 A. M. 11:20 A. M.
EAST-BOUND.
Arrive. Leave.
.. 6:10 P. M. 6:25 P. M.
10:30 A.M. 10:45 A. M,
..11:15 P.M. 11:30 P.M.
No. 28 F. M. 12:45 A.M. 12:55 A. M.
No. 3 stops only at Eureka, Rexford,
Libby and Troy.
No. 43 does all local work.
INo. 1.
No. 3..
No. 43..
No. 2...
No. 4...
No/44...
SAMSON
Railroad Ties and
Timber
Poles and Fence Posts
WHITEFISH - nONTANA
TIME TABLE
EXCURSION BOATS
BUTTE- W H 1 TEFISH
LEAVE RETURN
10:00 A.M. 12:00 NOON
3:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M.
Going calling without calling
cards? How ridiculous! Why
you can get enough to last you for
a year for $1 at The Pilot office.
Lodge and Society
$ DIRECTORY
K. of P.
Lakeside No. 49. Meets every Thurs
day night in Matthews' hall. Geo.
H. Blume, C. C. ; C. H. Ratchyc, K. of
R. and S.
w. o. w.
Mountain Camp, No. 820. Meets in
Matthews' hall every 2nd 4th Tuesdays.
M. C. Phelps, C. C. : J. H. Crum, Clerk,
B. of R. T.
Meets in Masonic hall, first and third
Thursdays in each month. Chauncey
Bryant, President, H. H. Armstrong,
Secretary; Earl Warren, Treasurer.
Meetings at 7:30 p. m.
B. of L. F. and E.
Stillwater Lodge, No. 482. Meets in
Matthews' hall second and fourth Sunday
afternoons in each month at 2 p. m.
Carl Green, Master; Stanley Deputy,Sec.
O. R. C.
Meets in Masonic hall, first and third
Sundav afternoons in each month. E.
A. Logan, C. C.; M. S. Hurley, Sec.
M. W. A.
AVhitefish Lodge, No. 11,141. Meets
in Masonic hall second and fourth Thurs
day nights iii each month. J. O. Black,
V. C., J. P. Wilde, Clerk.
A. F. & A. n.
AVhitefish Lodge, No. 64. Meets sec
ond, fourth and fifth Tuesday nights, in
Masopic hall. E. M. Hutchinson, AV.
M. ; H. B. Sharar, Secretary.
O. E. S.
Vista Chapter, No. 44. Meets in Ma
sonic hall, first and third Monday nights
each month. Mrs. AV. R. Smith, W. M. ;
Mrs. Jas. Bailey, Sec.
Catholic Altar Society
Meets first Thursday afternoon in each
month at the church, 3 p. m. Mrs.
Brawley, President; Mrs. Carl AValters,
Secretary.
Presbyterian Women's Society
Meets every second Thursday in each
month. Mrs. A.| T. Lees, Pres. ; Miss
Edna Knight, Sec.
Methodist Ladies' Aid Society
Meets second and fourth AY r ednesday
afternoons. Mrs. H. A. Shoaf, Pres. ;
Mrs. W. F. Mason, Sec.
F. O. E.
AVhitefish Aerie, No. 906. Meets ev
ery Tuesday night in Matthews' hall.
II. O. Bardin, Pres. ; N. S. Murphy,
Sec.
Ladies' Society to B. of L. F. & E
Glacier Lodge, No. 150. Meets in
Masonic hall, first and third Saturday af
ternoons in each month. Mrs. Celia Green,
Pres. ; Mrs. Annie Pickett, Sec.
B. of L. E.
A an Cleve Lodge, No. 499. Meets in
Masonic hall, second and fourth Wed
nesday afternoons in each month. H.
T. Mayfield, Chief Engineer ;*AV. S. Con
ners, Sec.
Q. I. A. to B. of L. E.
Summit of the Rockies Lodge, No.
267. Meets in Masonic hall first and
third AVednesday afternoons in each
month. Mrs. C. H. Brawley, Pres.;
Mrs. R. L. LaByer, Sec.
R. C. I. P. A.
Meets first Monday in each month, in
Eagles' hall. N. S. Murphy, Pres. ; N.
E. Kester, Sec.
R. N. of A.
Friendship Camp. Meets in Masonic
nail, first and third AVednesday nights
each month. Mrs. Bertha Dodds, Ora
cle; Mrs. J. O. Black, Recorder.
Volunteer Fire Department
Meets in town hall, second Thursday
night in each month. Jos. Maughan,
Chief; L. AV. Elder, Sec.
Railway Employes' Club of Mon
tana.
Meets at cali of President. H. T.
Mayfield, Pres. ; AV. L. Watkins, Vice
Pres.. J. E. Hills, Sec. and Treas.
Whitefish Chamber of Commerce.
Meets the 1st Tuesday in each month.
Dr. H. E. Houston, president; Merle
C. Grene, secretary.
Everybody reads the want ads,
and if there is anything you
want, you can make it known to
every reader of the Pilot thru a
want ad.
Through the Wall
By
CLEVELAND MOFFETT
Copyright. 1909. by D. Appleton & Co.
i
CHAITER XXIII.
MBS. I.LOYD KITTREDGC.
MURMUR of sympathy and sur
prise ran through the room as
the small door opened, just un
der the painting of "Justice."
and a gaunt, pallid figure appeared, a
tall man. wasted and weakened. He
came forward leaning on a cane, and
his right hand was baDduged.
The apdience was like a powder
Dine waiting for a spark.
"What Is your name?" asked the
fudge as the witness took the stand.
"Paul Coquenll." was the quiet an
swer.
It was the needed word, the spark
to fire the train. Paul Coquenll! Nev
er in modern times had a Paris court
room witnessed a scene like that which
followed
As Coquenll spoke there went up a
great cry from the audience, an Irre
Bistihle tribute to his splendid bravery,
it was spontaneous; It was hysterical;
It was tremendous Men and women
sprang to their feet, shouting and wav
:
!
ing and weeping. The crowd crushed
• ■ " * u ' Lrusueu t
"I—I WON THB LAST THICK ANYHOW."
in the corridor, caught the cry and
passed it along.
"Coquenil: Coquenil!"
Then down In the courtyard it sound
ed. and out into the street, where a
group of students started the old snap
py refrain:
Oh, oh! Il nous faut-o!
Beau, beau! Beau Cocono-o!
When at length the tumult was still
ed and the panting, sobbing audience
had settled back in their seats, the pre
siding Judge, leuieut at heart to the
disorder, proceeded gravely with his
examination.
"Please state what you know about
this case," he said, and again the au
dience waited in deathlike stillness.
'There is no ueed of many words,"
answered M. Paul. Then, pointing an
accusing arm at De Heidelmann-Bruck,
"I know that this man shot Eurico
Martinez on the night of July 4 at the
Ansonia hotel."
The nobleman sat rigid on his chair;
the judge went on with his questions.
"You say you know this?" he de
manded sharply.
"1 know it," declared Coquenil. "I
have absolute proof of It—here." He
drew from his inner coat the baron's
diary and banded it to the judge.
What is this?" asked the latter.
His own confession, written by him
self."
The judge turned gravely to De Hei
delmaun-Bruck. "1 have a painful
duty to perform, sir. Take this man
out. under arrest, and clear the room."
"Astounding!" muttered the judge.
"A great achievement, M. Coquelin."
At this moment an awestruck at
tendant came to say that the baron
wished a word with M. Paul.
"By all means." consented the Judge.
Haltingly, on Ills cane, Coquenil
made made his way to an adjoining
room As he glanced at the baron, M.
Paul saw that once more the man had
demonstrated his extraordinary self
control. He was cold and composed as
usual
"The other day you said you were
sorry when you left me in that hot
cellar," said Coquenil. "Now you're In
a fairly hot place yourself, baron, and
I'm not sorry "
De Heidelmann-Rniek shrugged his
shoulders
"The point Is." r.uid the baron. "I am
going to pay the price that society ex
sets when his sort of thing is found
ont. I am perfectly willing to pay it.
not in the least afraid to pay it and.
above all. not lu the least sorry for
anything. I want you to retnemlier
that and repeat It. I have no patience
with cowardly, canting talk about re
morse I have never for one moment
regretted anything I have done, and '
regret nothing now. Nothing! I have
j
I
'nul five years of the best this world
.'■in give—power, fortune, soda' post
'ion. pleasure, everything, and wbnt
l *v« , r 1 pay I'm ahead of the game. I
want you to believe, t"ough. that I
was genuine when I said I liked you.
I was ready to destroy you. bill I liked
»'ou I like you now. Coqiinuil. and—
'his is perhaps our last talk; they will
• ake me oil presently, and -you collect
edi! souvenirs—here is one—a little
1 ««Illy—from an adversary who was
- game, anyway. A' ou don't mind ac
cepting it?"
There was something in the man's
voice ihai Coquenll had never heard
there Was it a faint touch of senti
ment? He look the ring that the ha roil
handed him. an uncut ruby, and look
ed ai it thoughtfully.
lie handed back the ring.
The ha ron's face darkened. He
made an angry gesture. Then be
twisted the ring in his fingers.
"All. that pride of yours! You've
been brilliant, you've been brave, but
never unkind before. It's only a bau
ble. Coquenll. and"—
De II eldel ma 11 it ■ B ruck stopped sud
denly. and M. Paul caught a savage
gleam in his eyes; then, swiftly, the
baron put the ring to his mouth and,
sucking in ids breath, swallowed hard.
The detective sprang forward, but It
was too late.
"A doctor-quick!" he called to the
guard.
"No use!" murmured the rich man,
sinking forward.
Coquenll tried to support him, but
the body was too heavy for his baud
aged hand, and the prisoner sank to
the floor
"I— I won the last trick, anyhow."
the baron whispered.
Coquenil picked up the ring that had
fallen from a nerveless hand. He put
it to bis nose and snilTed it.
"Prussic acid!" he muttered.
Two minutes later, when Dr. Duprat
rushed in. the Barou de Heidelmaun
Bruck, unafraid and unrepentant, had
gone to his last long sleep. His face
was calm, and even in death his lips
seemed set in a mocking smile of tri
umph.
When a sweet young girl finds her
self in serious debt to a man and ut
the same time one of the richest heir
esses In the world, she naturally
: wishes to give some substantial form
! to her gratitude, even to the extent of
V®" 1 m , il , lions from her limitless
t store, which Alice was very glad to do.
At any rate, Coquenil was henee
forth far beyond any need of follow
ing his profession. Whatever use lie
might In the future make of his bril
liant talents would be for the sheer
joy of conquest and strictly in the
spirit of art for Its own sake. ■
On the other hand, if at any time
he wished to undertake a case it was
certain that the city of Paris or the
government of France would tender
him their commissions on a silver sal
ver, for now, of course, hi« justifica
tion was complete, and by special ar
rangement he was given a sort of rov
ing commission from headquarters,
with Indefinite leave of absence. Best
of all. he was made chevalier of the
Legion of Honor "for conspicuous pub
lic service." AA r bnt a day it was, to
be sure, when Mme. Coquenll first
caught sight of that precious red badge
on her sou's coat!
As for the lovers, there is only this
to be said—that they were ridiculous
ly, indescribably happy.
The young American bad one griev
ance.
j "It's playing it low on a fellow." ho
said, "when he's just squared himself
to hustle for a poor candle seller to
Ichauge her into a howling millionaire.
I'd like to know how the devil I'm go
I ing to be a hero now?"
"Silly boy!" she laughed, her radiant
eyes burning on him.
"You darling!" he cried. "My little
Alice!"
She looked up at him archly.
"Lloyd, dear. I know a nicer name
than Alice or Mary."
"What is it, you little beauty?" he
murmured, drawing her closer still
and pressing his lips to hers.
Then, with wonderful dancing lights
in those deep, strange windows of her
soul, she whispered. "The nicest name
in the world for me Is Ur». Lloyd Kit
tredger
THE END.
A Regular Snap.
The Burlington House complete
with furnishings is for sale. Will
sell at a great bargain for cash.
Apply to Wm. Parent.
Notice.
Mr. Sessil, proprietor of the
Orpheum Theatre, has installed
two swinging electric fans which
keeps the place nice and cool dur
ing the evening performances.
DIAMOND BRICK and LATH CO.
WHITEFISH, MONTANA
Common Brick at Wholesale and Retail
Our Brick Have a Statewide Reputation
Brick Yard and Plant at East
.'. End O. N. Ry. Yards
The Montana
R. H. MOORE, Prop.
HIGH CLASS GOODS ALWAYS IN STOCK
Make This Place Your Headquarters
Also office for Moore Launch Line, Special or private parties
desiring launch service to any yart of the lake will please
call up residence or phone 73. Pack horses in conection,
Hutchinson Lumber Co.
flANUFACTURERS
Bough and Finished Lumber, Mouldings,
Cedar Posts. Careful Attention
Given to Local Orders
mil and Yards near East End of Q. N. yards. Whitefish
+■
UNION saloon
PETER ARENA, Proprietor '
Schlitz Beer and Good Whisky 10c straight
Schlitz Beer 25c bottle
Fancy Drinks 15c
The best of WINES,
LIQUORS and CIGARS
Milwaukee Saloon
Lodging House and Restaurant in Connection
H. 0. BARDIN and C. G. HALL, Proprietors
Opposite Depot, WHITEFISH, MQNT.
jSO-E-Z DUST PAN
• FREE
SO E-Z
OUST PAN
9k0 WAY
NEW WAY
We will deliver free- of charge to each purchaser of
one or more cases of our beer
ONE SO-E-Z DUST PAN
MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS DELIVERED
PROMPTLY BY J. C. LITTLE'S LIVERY
Kalispell Malt & Brewing Co.
Y. Kajiyama
OFFICIAL CITY SCAVENGERS
All work promptly attended to
Contractor for all kinds of Rough Work
APPLY TO HORI CAFE
The Brewery Saloon
J. H. Mathews, Pro. J. EL Mathews, Manager
Kalispell Beer on Draft
Not the Beer that Made Milwaukee Famous,
But the Beer that Made Milwaukee JEALOUS.
WHITEFISH,
MONTANA

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