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Doings of Society FoIKs in Datte and .
As far as large affairs go the week has been almost barren of results. The warm weather has made Columbia Gardens the Mecca for the society peo ple and nearly every night some one has given an informal dancing party. ' The birthday party for Carrie Whar ton was most unique. The formal opening of. the golf links today is the event of the week. The house com mittee, Mesdames J. K. Heslet, F. R. Pierce. H. N. Turner and Eugene Car roll will receive the guests this after noon. The golf house has been all renovated and put in order for the coming sea son. The committee will serve tea to day and it is expected that all society will turn out. The tallyho coach will leave the Silver Bow club every Satur day and Sunday at 2:30. The marriage of Mabel Foster to Will Clark will take place on the 5th of June. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker Clark will be in Butte next week and Senator Clark shortly before the 1st of June. A Hawaiian Luau. The most unique affair given in Butte this season was the Hawaiian Luau. or feast, given by Mrs. F. W. Blackford for Carrie Wharton last Wednesday. The occasion was Miss Wharton's 12th birthday. The Blackford residence, 607 West Granite, was beautifully deco rated in true Hawaiian fashion, in flower and maile leis. The table was laid for twelve, two of the invited guests, Andrew Davis and Heed McBride not attending. At each cover was a leis, or wreath of flowers, and one of the maile. When John Wharton gave the toast "Aloha" each guest placed the wreaths around their necks, Hawaiian style, "Aloha" being the Kanake salutation, meaning literally "My love to you." Inside of each wreath was the nap kin, fastened with a medallion of Car rie Wharton, the favor. Fish and poi, the chief factors in a Hawaiian luau MISS CHARLOTTE BEST. were served, the poi being made of rice instead of taro. When Edgar Wild gave the toast "Carrie Wharton," the little guest of honor replied: Here's to the hopes that we cherish, Here's to the friends that be, Long may our friendship flourish, Pledged in this glass with me. The cake was a beauty and in it was a dime, a button and a gold ring. When the cake was cut John Wharton re ceived the ring in his slice, Vivian Evans the dime and Julia Horgan the button. The scheme of the leis was car ried out all through the house, the flow er leis of pansies, geraniums and petu nias. With these were used beautiful lilies. Julia Horgan and Jessie Wharton act ed as waitresses for the guests in regu lation waitress attire. They were dubbed Gretchen and Bridget and so called all the evening. A brighter band rf children is seldom gathered together. The toasts, the jokes and conversation would have been noteworthy in adults. A photographer came and took a picture of the children seated at the ta ble. The dinner lasted from 5 to 7 and then for an hour afterwards the chil dren danced in the upper rooms. The guests were: Misses Carrie AVharton, Lillian and Nan Vivian, Hattie Boueh ei. Retta Bellinger, Ruth Paxson, Drea Johnstone: Messrs. John Wharton, Frank Leonard. George Fair, Edgar Wild, Vivian Evans, Andrew Davis. «3» ^ IN CLUBDOM. * jt There was a small attendance at all the clubs this week owing probably to the hot weather. The social session of the Woman's club was well attended, several hundred being present. As all the clubs will adjourn the last week of the month it is to be hoped the attendance will be larger the last two meetings. The Atlas club will hold its annual election of officers next Thurs day and the Homer club next Monday. The officers elected in all the clubs will take their seats the last meeting. 1 be West Side Shakespeare club will bold their social session the last meet ing night. Mrs. Jackman entertaining. The Atlas club will hold theirs the last meeting, Mrs. Whitcher entertaining. All the club women are greatly inter ested in the lectures to be given next Wednesday afternoon and evening at the Grand opera house by Ernest Seton Thompson. He comes under the aus pices of the Social and Domestic Sci ence department of the Woman's club and all the club women are selling tick ets. They had to give a big guarantee to secure him and will have to sell many tickets to pay it. MRS. JOH NSTON E'S STORY. Mrs. Sam Johnstone has a most in teresting story in the May issue of the Rocky Mountain magazine entitled • Dreamy Dick." It is located in Mon tana, the time the early seventies and it is full of local coloring and references. Mrs. Johnstone has a description of a drive through the Rocky mountains which will bear reading many times: "You never seem to miss the old or 1 j I I ! j j j I ! ! ! I I j ! ! j j i i ! j j I j j I I I Reed McBride. Mrs. Yeager Entertained. The Le Jeudi club met with Mrs. Yeager at her residence on Dakota street. Whist was the diversion of the afternoon. After a spirited contest the first prise, a lovely statue, was won by Mrs. Lea Dufresne. The second prize was carried off by Mrs. N. Casey, a dainty cup and saucer. The booby was awarded to Mrs. J. M. Mulrihtll. The phonograph played some lively airs. After lunchen the members adjourned. Those present were: Madames W. F. Yeager, N. Casey, H. Halter, W. R. Riedel, C. Hamilton, M. Steinborn, J. M. Mulrihill, Lea Dufresne, W. D. Car penter. guest of honor, Mrs. John Vogel. Sernmer-Stratton. A very pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stratton at the Clift house near the reservoir Wednes day afternoon. Mr. William Sernmer and Miss Maggie M. Stratton were united in marriage by Rev. John Hosk ing of this city. Only the immediate families of both parties were present. Miss Louise Sernmer was bridesmaid and William Hosking acting as bes: man. A splendid supper was provided. The newly married couple will be at home on Montana street of this city. "THE GONDOLIERS." Thep reduction of "The Gondoliers" by the society people and representa tive singers of Butte is looked forward to with great eagerness. As a rule one or two good singers are expected to carry the opera but in this it is a com pany of singers, the soloists the best in Butte. The rehearsals are going forward smoothly and the company has secured the services of a former famous grand opera singer to train the singers in the acting. The costumes will be simply magnificent. All are coming front New York. The chorus costumes, as those of the principals, will all be of Italian style. There will be a corps de ballet. Flor ence King premiere danuesse. Ollie King and Sarah McKay leaders in the ballet which will be composed of the follow ing girls: Hazel Pinkhant, Lillian Hulter, Cone Cutler, Frances Martin, Helen Banks, Polly Storms, Nora Rowan, Gracie Pritchard, Susie McDermott, Helen Buckley, Florence Quilty, Vivian Hill. Irene McDonald. Josie O'Neill, Mildred Hall, Zelia Cooke, Iona Booth, Virginia Bounn. Rita Cross, Georgia Walker, Lily Hill, Mary Murphy, Eulalia Far rell, Lucy Vivian, Alice Rooney, Blanche Savoie, Rosie McLeod, Henrietta Cur tis, Agnes Rossiter, Kate Duffy Vero niea Courtney, Annabel Gallagher. Grace Dunsen, Florence King. Hazel Gindrup. There will be a beautiful Spanish dance, in which Dottie King and Flor ence King will be leaders. The follow ing will participate in the dance: Dottie King, Florence King, Annabel Gallagher, Grace Dawson, Enena Mc Poil, Norma Martin, Leona Campana, Violet Gill, Gertrude Smith, Abbié Bacheier, Laura Judge. Hazel Casey, Florence Bowden, Mae Skullv, Fannie Strott, Blanche Savoie, Blanche Cooke Viola Cook. The dances are under the manage ment and direction of Miss Claribel Corbin. In the cast will be Miss Charlotte Best, Miss Ida Scott, Miss Mamie Fin negan, Mrs. Annie Healey, Miss Chris tine Brebener, Miss Mary Kitto, Miss Rose McDermott, Miss Veronica Mc Dermott, Messrs. Sam Mayer, Iva Bo gan, Justin Butler, Howard Jones. George Stevens, O. Nadeau, Mansei Boyle. of SOCIETY PERSONALS. Mrs. K. Formel left on Wednesday for the coast where she will remain for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sewell W. Davis left yesterday for Salt Lake. Mr. Davis will go over to Idaho to inspect some of his mines and Mrs. Davis will remain until the 12th of June, returning to Butte with her daughter Hallie, on that date. Madame Helen Sachs left this week for Seattle where she will locate. The climate of Butte was too wearing for her and after giving it a trial of a year she decided to leave. Miss K. J. Neher is over from Boul der visiting friencls here. Sam Roberts, is entertaining his brother-in-law, W. N. Waugh, of Clin ton. New York. Mrs. W. T. Stodden is very ill, suffer ing from inflammatory rheumatism. Mrs. James Sloan left for New York last Wednesday. She will pass the I j no wild crabs a bloomin', nor wild honey suckle, nor dog wood nor snow balls, but yer don't want to; yer life seems full of everything good, the air cliards back in the states: yer don't see is so crisp and dry and all the world seems a sparklin,' running over with cocktails and straight flushes. Yer seem so braced up and full of life, and the sky is the bluest, an' clearest ever yer seen in any country and yer look j an' nary a cloud can yer see. Every j thing seems so still an' full of God's goodness. The sun shines on them big I moss-covered rocks, as is as big as this ! house, the air gits full of them pine ! tree odors and the landscape—such as ! no artist ever painted—spreads out be I fore yer until yer kinder feel like its jail enchanted. I tell yer boys, when we I uster to go through them canyons, so solemn and giand. and look at how God j carved and chiseled them big mountains ! of rock straight up an' down, with snow ! cn the top and a little river at the j bottom as looked like a silvery thread j up whar we uster set: and the pine i and spruce trees a growin' out of the i rocks, a sighin' like in the wind: driv ! in' along lookin' down to the bottom j over thousands of tree tops, sometimes j w ondering whar yer'd be If the cay I uses went back on yer. some how a fel j low seemed to be near somethin' higher j and stuck mighty close to old Mother I Nature for company." I It Is an old stage driver talking and I he tells the story of Dreamy Dick, a } man who was a puzzle to his mates. The way the stage driver found out he I v. as a high-way-man and how he left the load for good is developed chariu summer in the east. Judge and Mrs. W. W. Dixon have returned from California and taken apartments at the Thornton hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Clark returned from California where U my spent the winter. Mrs. Thomas Lavelle left for Bette. Idaho, Tuesday, taking with her her three youngest children. She will be absent several weeks. Miss Alice Reznor, who has charge of the Wiseman children, left yester MISS day for Madison, Conn. There Mr. Wiseman will join them and they will pass the summer at the seashore. Had a Fine Time. On Wednesday evening Columbia Gardens was the scene of one of the finest military balls given in Butte for some time. It was given by Silken - Bow camp, No. 2. Knights of Pythtas, the Meagher Guards and the Foresters team of the Modern Woodman of the World, Silver Bow Camp, No. 5,805. Ail were ir. full uniform. Carl Galigher captain, represented the Knights of Pythias at the dance, as sisted by W. Johnson, first lieutenant; Albert Doull, second lieutenant. The Foresters were represented by H. L. Winchester, chief ranger Harry Paxon, assistant. The Meagher Guards in charge were: Steve Jeans, captain: J. P. Cooper, first lieutenant; Joe Mc I.oughlin, second lieutenant. The hall was handsomely decorated with flags and banners and over 400 couples participated in the dance. At midnight an elaborate supper was served in the cafe. Met With M.s. Kunold. Mrs. Arnold entertained the members ol' the M. M. club at her home in Mea ôerville Monday evening. The game of the evening was bridge whist and Mrs. Jennie Vollmer won the first prize, a handsome cut glass almond dish. Mrs. Julia Cummings won the second prize, a pretty Haviland China chop plate. The games were concluded at ten o'clock, then refreshments were served and an hour spent In enjoying them and in social conversation. Mrs. Ku nold is not a member but has been a substitute often. Her luncheon was most elaborate. Those present were: Mrs. Knut Ku nold. Mrs. Elva Frey, Mrs. Julia Cum mings, Mrs. L. P. Lewis, Mrs. R. V. Wald, Mrs. Clare Copestick, Mrs. Kate Fritz, Mrs. Charles Casey, Mrs. Jack Sullivan. Mrs. Richard Colville, Mrs. Etta Crimmons, Mrs. Metta Voltz, Mrs. ingly. Mrs. Johnstone was the first la cy contributor for the Miner twenty years ago. sending the first article she ever wrote. She is well known as a short story writer in the east. She comes of a literary family, Col. Searles being her father and Jessie Searles of the Standard her brother. WEST SIDE SHAKES PEARE CLUB The West Side Shakespeare club met with Mrs. William White at her resi dence on West Caledonia street Tues day evening. Owing to it being Arbor Pay there was a very light attendance, only nine .being present. Mrs. Jack man will entertain the club on social day, the last meeting. Mrs. A. J. Camp bell has moved into the Lavelle resi dence on West Quartz and the club will meet with her next Tuesday. WOM AN'S C LUB. The Woman's club and the friends of the members enjoyed the annual so cial session on Thursday night In the parlors of the Presbyterian church. Members could take either their hus bands, or one guest. The ministers of Butte and their wives, and the adver tisers on the screen and their wives were invited also. The place was just comfortably filled. Everyone looked forward to the read ing of the first number of the club pa per. "The Rag Time," being a popular step in the right direction as first done into print by the Woman's club, a so ciety formed for mutual advancement in all important movements. At least that was the endorsement on the front cover. A copy was given to every one Lulu Peters, Mrs. Jennie Vollmer, Mrs. H. P. Owens, Mrs. Vryde Drummon, Mrs. Kinnison Atkins and Mrs. Nona MoLever. •oclety's Note Book. The Butte Girls' club met this week trjlh Madeline Beall and enjoyed a pMtasant at.d profitable evening, , S"he Oratorical society meets every ^ffinday evening and the rehearsals are oràlngi on steadily for the "Creation" wlHch will be given about the 15th of June. The Needlecraft club has adjourned for the summer but will enjoy some special occasions, picnics and socials. On Thursday afternoon Miss Nannie Gilfeathe'r entertained a number of friands at her. home in Walkerville. Whist was plMed and a delicious lunch Mrs. Edwanl Martin gave an informal tea on Friday afternoon, entertaining nine of her fiends. A guessing contest was thè-featui'ê, Mrs. Carrie Masterson winning the prize, a pen and case. Re freshments were served. Master Jonnie Sullivan celebrated his tenth birthday today by taking a party of fourteen out to the Gardens. A nice luncheon was served and games, the chutes, merry-go-round and other pastimes enjoyed. Mrs. C. R. Sulli van, Mrs. Masterson and Mrs. R. S. Peters had charge of the children. The Butte Tennis club will open for mally tomorrow at the Holland street rinjk. The state tournamment will be held in Butte in the fall. • The Ladies' Aid Society of the Moun tain View Church was entertained last Thfinsday evening by Mrs. J. E. Rickards. iliss Dorothy Supernaut and Miss Kit ly.'-Noble entertained informally for Miss Kempland on Thursday. â jîay Day Festival will be enjoyed h> friends and members of the Moun View Mission next Thursday even s An entertainment and refreshments will be the features. Miss Lura Lee Burdick, of Honolulu, heis been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Siemens the past week. ' Mrs. E. A. Gilbert, president of the Atlas club has removed to 25 Wing aitenue, Meaderville. Mrs. J. L. Albritton has gone to Mis soula for the benefit of her health and will remain a month at least. Word has been received that Mrs. S. C. Blaekiston is improving In health. Mrs. P. E. Sedvvick, of Great Falls, is visiting Butte friends and will re main several weeks. present. The writers of the paper were: Mrs. B. C. Hastings, Miss C. L. Turn ley, Mrs. E. C. Atwater, Mrs. C. C. Reuger, Mrs. C. Tower, Mrs. A. C. Newill, H. C. Sultzer, W. Walsworth, Mrs. Newill was the editor and a most efficient one. The contents of the paper were va ried, jokes, paragraphs, poetry and brief stories, all were in evidence. The bi ographies of the editors of Butte were very clever, each written by a rival edttor. "A Man's Idea of a Woman's Cli»b." was very good. The account of ishlrt waist party given by young mfjn and some letters written by young meta, all on the subject of how to keep thqir shirt waists and trousers together were amusing. "The Wind and the Ra|lri-an allegory" was exceptionally gc^id. and was unanimously decided to hbve been the product of Miss Turnley. A Jpfirody on the "Song of the Shirt," "Aj Song of the Skirt," was quite a suc cess. .A feature of the programme was the s^njging "I Shot An Arrow Into the Air." hi" the following members of the music department: Mesdames Fulton. Price, Mqlntyre, F. p. Kelly, Green Majors, Copenharve. Hobbs, W. B. Hamilton. Mips Pettibone. The club will meet next Wednesday as usual. ethical cultur e club. The Ethical Culture club adjourned its session last Tuesday night to at tend Prof. Cooper's lecture on phre nology. The session next Tuesday even ing will be devoted to a resume of Em erson's essay, "Self Reliance." Mrs. C. E. Rood has returned to her home in Anaconda. Mr. and Mrs. John Noyes, Sr., have re turned from an extended visit to New York where they went for the benefit ot Mrs. Noyes' health. Mrs. W. E. Cullen and daughter. Miss Pussie Cullen, who have been visiting Mrs. H. O. Wilson for several weeks have returned to their home in Spokane. Eugene Campani, who is attending col lege in California is home for a vacation. ▲ Stein Party. The Meaderville German club met last Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Helman at their residence on Kil bourn street. The members of this club always take their steins with them and enjoy a social evening. The hostess always furnishes all kinds of German delicacies and the fluid for the steins. The guests of honor Monday night were Mr. and Mrs. Burogstein, and Mr. and Mrs. Mathers. The regular club members are: Mr. and Mrs. Hans Steiner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Hanz Bett ner, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Heimann, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Myer, Prof, and Mrs. Kochener, Mr. and Mrs. John Rodenbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Chirs Beck, Carl Schmidt, Miss Minnie Stein, Miss Mueller, Miss Lu cille Bittner, Carl Beck, Harry Berger, Max Etnel, Jack Roderglr. The Alkanets Picnic. One of the most enjoyable picnics of the week was that given by the Alka nets last Sunday. They drove out to the Nine Mile canyon and had a fine lunch and a day of merrymaking. Those in the party were: Misses Dorn, Storms, Barnes, Nettie Garcia, Marcia Garcia, James, Kilgallon, Nor man, Barteles, Keneally; Messrs. Shel don, E. Ensign, Montgomery, T. Har nols, O. Harnois, Garcia, Galbraith, Mc Intyre, R. Ensign and Jaquette. Morgan-Freund Party. Mrs. A. T. Morgan and Jud Freund celebrated their birthdays at the Gar dens by giving a dancing party. At eleven o'clock the party left on a special car for the residence of Mrs. Morgan on West Granite street where lunch was served. The guests were: Mrs. I. D. Freund, Lulu Largey; Misses Marcenot, Stephens, Bartlett, Sullivan, Burdick, from Wisconsin; Messrs. Mor gan. Harrington. Slemmons, Mark ley. Stephens, Thompson, Car, Dr. Ray and Jud Freund. Leggat Dancing Party. Mrs. A. C. Leggat gave a dancing party at the Gardens on Monday even ing. The guests were: Mrs. McCrlm mon, Mrs. H. W. Turner, Mrs. C. Leg gat, Miss Viola Horgan. Miss Elanore Horgan, Mr. Mangam, Glenn Harring ton. Dr. Ray Freund. Ben Cosby, Mr. Harbough and Phil Carr. Kirk Dancing Party. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk gave a dancing party at the Gardens to a few of their friends. They left on a special car and danced until eleven o'clock. They returned to the home of the host on South Montana street and enjoyed a swell spread. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, Dygert, Sinclair, Haviland, Engle. Brown, Berry, Kennedy, Henry, Healy and Kirk, Mrs. Cockgpn and Mrs. Root. Misses Best, Redmond, Vivian, Whalen; Messrs. CallWey, Carroll, Lubke, Smith', Strasburger, Wilson, Mahoney, Cay and Kaffee klateh club........................ This afternoon the members of the Kaffee Klateh club are being entertained by Mrs. Speer at her residence in the Princeton flats. An interesting pro gramme and refreshments will be the Last of the Season. The last of the series of literary enter tainments given by the Epworth League of St. Paul's M. E. church South will be held in the church auditorium Tuesday evening, May 21st, at 8 o'clock. The mem bers of the literary circle of the league, having completed the course of study for the year will conclude their work with this meeting to which all are cordially invited. The programme is as follows: Roll Call—Quotations from Wadsworth Guitar Solo—Miss Innés.. Discussion—The Pulpit and the Pew, led by Miss Cox. Vocal Solo, selected—Mr. Mayer. Social Intermission. Song, Eighth Grade—Franklin School. Humorous Reading—Miss Evans. Paper, John Knox—Miss Robinson. Vocal Solo, "Once in a Purple Twi light," Cowles—Mr. Green. Character Sketch, John Wesley—Mrs. Manley. Mandolin and Guitar, "Butte Rag," Ohnaus, Messrs Ohnhaus and Peterson. A Quiet Wedding. On Tuesday evening last Mr. Andrew a j ! THE ATLAS C LUB. There was a light attendance at the Atlas club Thursday afternoon owing to the hot weather, probably. It is, hoped that there will be a full attendance next v-eek as the annual election of officers t akes place that day. Also prepartions for the annual picnic and for the social day. Annual dues are also due oil that day. The meeting was devoted to a sum mary of the year. Mrs. Green Majors read a paper on Commercial Extension. Mrs. Ricker read one on Scientific Engi neering. Mrs. A. H. Whitcher read one on Geographical Progress. Then the pa pers were discussed. Foreign Trade and International Expansion was also discus sed. Mrs. Gilbert was elected a dele gate to serve on the reception commit tee If Mrs. McKinley recovers and the presidential party comes here. ANACONDA SOCIETY NOTES. The Afternoon Euchre club was very pleasantly entertained by Mrf». L. G. Smith at her rooms in the Montana hotel Thursday. The afternoon was pleasantly spent, and the games thor oughly enjoyed without the usual in ducement in the way of prizes hung up to encourage good playing and a strict attention to business. The ladies concluded that so long as the custom of giving r;,zes to the play ers with the highest score at their weekly afternoon games was distasteful to County Attorney DufTy or any one else, they would cut them out and show to Mr. Duffy that the idea that society club card parties would fall flat with out the customary rewards or prizes be ing staked is erroneous. Clawe8 and Miss Clara McFarland wer. united In marriage by the Rev. Frederic» Tonge pastor of the South Butle Pres byterian church In the pastor's study. The wedding was very quiet only two witnesses being present besides the min ister. Miss MacFarland was dressed In a beautiful gown and looked very ad mirable while Mr. Clawes was dressed In the regular costume of a gentleman. The couple will live for a while in Butte and afterwards Mr. Claws has a very good position in the region of Cascade country and hopes to be there in a short time. Their Twentieth Anniversary. Last night Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McShane celebrated their 20th wedding anniver sary at their home in South Butte. Mus ic was furnished by the Ribbon ctub. Some beautiful presents were received. From Mrs. Lewis, a china tea set; a cream pitcher, the Misses Cosgrove; olive dish, Miss Jones; toast and tea set, Mr. Baker; olive dish, C. J. Byrns; Jill float. Miss McFarland; chop plates, Mrs. A. B. Burnham; chop plates, Mrs. H. De lonis; fancy plate, Mrs. J. A. Hagaman; Haviland plate, Harrington; elegant plate, Mrs. Shean; fancy salad bowl, Mrs. Womach; Haviland fruit dish, Mrs. But ler; china egg cups, Mrs. Healy, hand painted cracker jar, Mrs. Foster; Havi land cracker jar, Mrs. McMahon; ice cream set, Mrs. Burns. Mrs. McShane was assisted by Mrs. P. H. Burns, Miss Baker, Miss Maggie Burns, Miss Anna Jones. Dancing was enjoyed until a very late, or early hour. At midnight an elegant luncheon was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. McShane, Mr. and Mrs. it. B. Burns, Mrs. S. M. Butler, Mrs. F. B. Peterson, Mrs. Vincent Rooney, Mr. and Mrs. Burnham, Mrs. P. H. Burns. Mr. and Mrs. W. Lewis, J. A. Ornshouse, Mr. and Mrs. Bolhke, Mrs- James Har rington, Miss Annie Burns, Mrs. Allien Harrington, James Burns, Mrs. McShane, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Ralph Foster, Mrs. Charles Foster, Miss Josie Foster, Mrs. MRS. ANNIE HEALY. M. Anglum, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hager man, Mr. and Mrs. D. McMahan, Mr.and Mrs. J. H. Delomas, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Womack, Miss Lizzie McPharland, Mr. G. B. McShane,Miss Helen Cosgrove,Miss Kate Cosgrove, Miss Esther Cosgrove, C. J. Byres, Miss Maggie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Healy, Mr. W. J. Haulhan, Miss May Baker, Mr. M. Anglum. Presbyterian Concert. The choir of the Presbyterian church of South Butte gave a delightful con cert last night at their church. Quite a large sum was realized. The pro gramme was as follows: Anthem, "Sing to the Lord," choir; piano solo, Mrs. H. Grey; vocal solo, Mrs. Fuller; recitation, Mrs. F. Hannaman; duet (mandolin and guitar) Misses Fummerton and Doul, ac companied by Miss Grace Noyes; vocal solo, Miss Farnham; selection, Rev. F. Tonge; solo (piccolo), George Marsh; vocal solo. Master Fred Flannigan; an them, "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes," choir: duet (mandolin and guitar> Morr : s brothers; vocal duet. Miss Josie Stott and Mr. Daymude; vocal solo, Miss Charles; violin solo, George Ross; selec tions by the zodophone, Mrs. W. Se'.f rldge; closing anthem, "I Will Lova Thee O Lord," choir. En Route to Boston. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Beck and their son Wallis and daughter Margaret of Mis soula, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. Ö. Hopper at their home In South Butte. They are on their way to Boston, !and on their return will visit friends In j Butte. In the east they will visit varl ! ous points of interest. The full membership of the club was present and remained after the usual umber of games were played, and were guests of Mrs. Smith at 6 o'clock dinner. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Peckover departed Thursday for an extended trip through the east and south. During their ab sence Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Norbeck will occupy their residence on West Fifth street. • Mrs. J. F. Spelman delightfully enter tained Mrs. F. W. Peckover, Mrsi. Georg« P. Wellcome, Mrs. F. C. Norbeck. Mrs. John Webster and Mrs. Cairns at luncheon at her new home on upper Locust street Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. D. Brown .very pleasantly tertalned a few friends at luncheoi her home. No. 314 Elm street, Thurs aiternoon. Mrs. Fred Marx of West Supei is., is the guest of her sister, Î James Donnelly, of West Fifth stret Mrs. J. H. Duffy is visiting friend Butte. • Mrs. John Odson returned fron short visit with Mrs. F. F. Kellj Butte. Henry B. Cragln, formerly well known in Anaconda, popular in social and medi cal circles while he was employed at St. Ann's hospital, is now a practicing physician in Chopin, Iowa, having re ceived his diploma from Rush Medical college. Dr. O. Y. Warivn of Warm Spring» kas a visitor in Anaconda this week.