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was dank standing. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Pyne, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Webber, Mr. and Mrs. SJack Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hein mann, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rodenbeok, Mr. an.,Mrs. Chris Beck, Mr. and Mrs. .Ellerbeek, Misses Jennle Stelnberg, Metta Bchmidt, Anna Stuyen, Miss Mina .ohu macber, Messrs. Carl Beck, Max Utnal, Harry Berger, Noel. Whist Fends' olly Afternoon. As usual, the Whist Fiends' club met on Tuesday afternoon, the hostess being Mrs. J. 3. Cartier at her home on East Park street. The members played cards to win the prises, as it was whispered they were unusually pretty. It ended with Mrs. Joseph Holden wina ning the superb <Royal Bonn vase, Mrs. Girton Hilton carrying away a beautiful pnarble statue of Venus, and Mrs. Robert Mears being consoled with a dainty book of verses, Kipling's. The usual dainty luncheon was served. Only members were present: Mesdames Theodore lodwards, M. J. Anderson, J. H. Cartier, Frances Black, Joseph Hold en, J. Farriss, Jack Sullivan, Glrton Hil. ton, J. L. Reid, Thomas R. Hood, R.bert Meqrs, Knowlton Rogers, W. Rawson, Newton Brown, M. M. McClernan, Sophis Nevins. A Rose-Hued Luncheon. In honor of Miss Edris Montgomery of Salt Lake Miss Millie Riggs gave a charming luncheon yesterday afternoon at her home on West Copper street. It was a rose luncheon, and a wealth of roses of delicate pink graced the rooms and the table. In the center table was a centerpiece composed of circle after circle of full blown roses and buds. The center circle of the full-blown roses was held erect by soft pink ribbons, fastened to the chan delier above. The next circle was lower, and of the roses; the next was of buds, and so on to the last one. From this ra diated spokes of satin ribbone, terminat ing at each cover with a hugh bow; in this bow was caught an exquisite rose, lying on the name cards, which were Gibson girls, in water colors, done by Mlrs. Jurgens-Kleinschmidt. A soft rose glow was shed from the ruse-colored candlebra and rose-shaded ,bronze electroliers. The menu was as dainty as the decorations, the color scheme was carried out here also. Those who enjoyed the hospitality of SMiss Riggs were Miss Edris Montgomery, Miss Ruby White, Miss Beebe, Miss Que.enie Ladd, Miss Josle Wood, Miss HIllden, Miss Dawson, Miss Kate Sulll van, Miss Martin, Miss Moore, Miss Tel far', Miss Georgia Farriss, Miss Willie Farrises, Miss Grace West, Miss Mc Nevin. An Informal Dinner. One of the pleasant informal affairs of the week was the skating party given on Thursday evening by Miss Nona Parker. After enjoying a long evening at the rink tie larty returned to the Parker home, wh.er' aI delicious hot oyster supper awaited them. In the party were Misses None Parker, lallihe Parker, Lolita McLernan, Violet West.' lt. Kate Sullivan, Jennie Legrand, MrJ) r. Will White, Frank Sullivan, Con Sullivan. James Norton, Edwin Hunter nild l.l.le Legrand. The Driscoll Whist Party. Alls. I)',nia Driscoll and the Misses Detlecil gave a charming whist party Thursday afternoon. The rooms were dreý,,d ait glowing red carnations and miiltx. r.ti shades and red shaded cian deta Itr. Sher\s otf Ired carnatiuons, drooped fro'nt th, chandeller.. Refreshments were sort (dd. Mrs. Jas. Hodgens won the first ,olzte. ia iut glass nut bowl. Mrs. J. H. Ilyrc"h, the ec.ond, a cut glass celery diet'sh. The tll'ts we re. Mesdames D'Arey, (Cus Mlorgan. W. Skyrme, J. M. White, liGre,*\.,ud..Djerks. Pat Mullins; Misses V\'ethey. )t'wson, Cooney, Corrette, Tut tl:, Arm,tlong. Laird, Ie Beau, Horgan, Lal:glle., Schaoffer of Montreal, Sulll van. Rteinhardt, .Holland, Mazel, Walker, lrons, ).ire. Skyrllte, Redwln; Mesdames W. A. Smith, J. I. Vivian, J. M. Hod gens, W. C(. I.tachetlorf, Dave Goldberg, John Untai, .Johjl Dutton. Poster. Shaw, Ml. turln., Ierlry, O'Farrell, Marcus Lavell. t7ravelle, A. H. Wethey. J. E. Dnawon, Jc D)awson, D. J. Hennessy, J. D. Ilyan, Dickson, W. J. Campbell, J. J. Melllatit,. J.. 3G. Evans, W. Tallant, R. DM. llhbi. S. Johnstone, J. O'Meare, J. Cl. Itlnlanmi, Medin, J. K. McDonald, Ep ping, I. . J. lard, Chas. Langlols, Lu..'c;y, J.. Cattt~y. Jas. Lynch, C. Sulli van. T. Caerney, Cooney, F. H. Cooney, A. it. Stanebury, A. H. Jones, Thos. La vell. M. V. (Conroy, W. A. Clark, Jr., P. J. ltrophly, Airaistrong, Buzzo, Laird. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clark's Party. A rorwe beautiful dapcing party cannot le imaat;ined than the one given by Mr. and Mir.. W. A. Clark. Jr., on Wednes dai evening in honor of Miss Florence T'ut tl, w\ho has been visiting' at the ('lark Ilonle since November. As is usual o Ith all functions given at this charming home, it was a success frdmin .V'ty stand. ipollit, t111 decorations being unusually h tlalidsrne. The library, drawing room andtt rt"c(ption Itall were massed with stately Atmerican beauty roses in tall 'vatses, with showers of pink carnations in the hall The refreshment table show ed lih mort artistic decorations that have been seen during the season in society. A handl.one arrangement of La France ros.' intermingled with asparagus term and lied ýi th bows of pink satin ribbon were formetd in such a way that it re secmlieJd Ln overturned basket, with the roises falling over in the most graceful faSthlin, terminating in a runnlg vine of trsees and foliage. Point lace dollies Jlt1,i cut glass dishes filled with pink watiers and bon bons. A sumptuous sup Ter was served at midnight, after which dancing was resumed until a late hour. 1iergsturolm', crcihestra furnished the unu.·io, \which was of the highest order. Many beautiful gowns were worn, a~long them being the one worn by the l..cm:ess, an cqushits creation of white chlffon and Ia-', *t ith b.' 1' s of lace aad ribbon, the gown was worn Over shrimp pink satin. Miss Tuttle, the honor guest, was gowned in Ilghit blue panne gauze, taste fully combinad with lace. Miss Marks rwore a beautiful gown of White silk crepe trimmed with insortion of lace and louu,;c1g of lace. Miss MtLICdghn'e was charming In white crepe do chino relieved ivth sash and Irlage garramiure of blue alberty satin. Miss Bcallon wore a pretty costume of lbalc'i dotted mousseline truaned wit. ruitles edge I with black ed1ge with black lamc. Miss Nell Lloyd wore t pretty gown of red orepe trimmed in eream colore lace. aiss otlle Walker wore a stylish own of white nun's veiling trimmed In mand of white taffeta. Miss Viola eogans, a osotume of maise.colored peau de sole with bodice ran panels of point d'Aleneon lac. Miss Dawooan gown of white liberty satin trimmed effetively with lace, Miss Han sen a pretty costume of white crepe de chine, combined with chiffon. Miss Mor gan a handsome gown of hand painted moussaline over yellow taffeta and bodice trimmed with *ellow pansiei. Miss Young a beautiful gown of pale blue satin crepe made with full skirt, whloh fell from a skirt yoke of lace. Miss Le Bean a pretty costume of white crepe de chine laid in horizontal tucks and corsage of pink roses. Miss Blokford wore a lovely gown of light pink silk crepe trimmed with point applique. The N. . . Whist Club. The N. H. Whist club met at the home of Mrs. BR. Williams on Farrell street Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. F. Hopper won the first prise and Mrs. Thompson the second. For this series the club will give ster ling silver tea spoons. A fine luncheon was served when the prises were awarded. The players were: Mrs. N. Genereaux, Mrs. R. F .Hopper, Mrs. A. B. Elliott, Mrs. J. H. Gilbert, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. W. F. Noyes, Mrs. T. Gray, Mrs. C. C. Willis, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Leonard Erick, Mrs. Farnham, Mrs. R. Williams. The Knickerbockers Meet. Tuesday evening the Knickerbockers met at the home of Mr. Alb Doull, 648 Colorado street. The ladies' first prize, a beautiful fruit dish, went to Mrs. 8chwitzer; the ladies' second prize, a dainty pickle dish, was won by Mrs. J. M. Reynolds. The first prize for gentlemen, a useful prize, a bill book, went to George H. Spencer; the second prise for gentlemen, a card stein, was won by Chris Jensen. A delicious luncheon was served. Those present: Alb Doull, Miss Sadie Doull, Miss McQulllin, Mrs. Bellinger, Mrs. and Mrs. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rey nolds, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. IT. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Schwit ser, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hasklns, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Spencer. The Merry Twelve Whist Club. On Wednesday afternoon the Merry Twelve Whist club met with M'rs. R. Suesser at her home, 308 West Silver street. The first prize, a set of chocolate cups and saucers, went to Mrs. Frank C. Has kins; the second prize, half a dozen sauce dishes, was awarded to Mrs. R. C. Robin son. A dainty luncheon was served. Those present were: Mrs. Suesser, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. F. E. Has kins, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. J. M. Reynolds, Mrs. Schwitser, Mrs. Gross, Mrs. Dero ster, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Richenbaugh. Mrs. Donaldson, Miss McQulllin, Miss Doull. Whist Party. A very pleasant whist party took place at the apartments of Mrs. Etta Alexan der at 323 North Jackson street Wednes day evening. The first prrzes were awarded to Miss Florence Leachmman and Mrs. Chas. Young. The consolation prizes to Mrs. McDonald and Mr. Ryan. Those present were: Mesdames Berry, Young, Mclgnald, Dolty: Misses Leach man, Berry, Smith, De Nolf; Messrs. R. T. Ryan, B. P. Batxer, T. H. Berry, Chas. Young, James Adams, Wm. White, F. Quinley, A. H. Jennings. Senior Reception. A, reception of a very entertaining nature was given by Mr. P. A. Leamy and Mr. W. E. Rone, assisted by Miss Ella Orr, at 415 West Granite street Thursday afternoon In honor of the senior class, which graduated from the high school Friday afternoon. The rooms were artistically decorated with pink and white carnations and smilax. Delicious refreshments were served. There were present: Mr. Leamy, Mrs. Rowe, Miss Ella Orr, Miss Charlotte Cahorn and Mrs. Sam M. Johnstone and the members of the class, who are: Misses Olive Brasier, Lulu Willias, Nellie Fowler, Ina Streete, Fannie Seymour, Marion Nichols, Agnes Bernier, Elvira Morrison, Sarah Breslln, Maud Davidson, Clara Hinkle, Lizzie McManus; Messrs. Ed Hyland, Gilbert Thomas and Bert Thomas. ar Third Birthdy. Littl. fasel Miles whose home is on North Alabama street, gave a happY party Saturday afternoon, in celebratio of her third birthday. Mrs. John Miles. Mrs. Robert Ornsby, Mrs. William Philips and Miss Miles assisting. Games, recitations and muslo were en joyed and dainty refreshments were served. The guests were: EitHe Teasesy Gertrude and Ruby Otis, Julia, Frances and Mary Driscoll, Ruth and Heled Franaman, Ernestine Oswald, Lillian and Myrtle Bennett, Marguerite Baoot Ethel and Jennie Stevenson. Edna ean Eva Ornsby, Ruby and Myrtle Wedlak Ephmma tryde, Grace Miles, Evelyn Lym1 dale, Olive and Ethel Davis, Hilda and Beulah Dunstan, Ruby Phlips; Masters Leonard Strongman, Willis Lerasy, Joh4 Driscoll, Willard Lyndale and John Ben nett. In Honor of Eighth Grade Graduated; Miss Lillian Stevenson, Miss Lottiq Seymour and Miss Anna Kettern oomplli mented a number of tWe studesrts fromg the eighth division who enter thl hli school next Monday, by giving a party last evening at the home of the former. Music and games were the features, which, supplemented by an elegant sup per, made up a delightful program. The guests were: Blair Passmore' Harry Lindley, Frank Bray, Egbert Wood, Willie Bray, George Andrews, Clifford Bovett, 'Louis Levinski, Ed Chamberlain, Clement Crowley, Joseph Early, Willie Paul, George Thompson, Nellie Frost, Mattle Hanson, Florenc Froel, Julia Ornstein, Marie Sleltser, Bertha Avery, Sadie MacKinnon, Grace Boyle, Edith Richey, Lottle Ss.moun Anna Kettern, Lillian Stevenson, Regail O'Connell, Florence Chamberlain. A Dinner in Pink. A pretty dinner whose decorative scheme was pink, supplied by pink car nations and La France roses, was given last night by Miss Caroline Gifford at her home In Meaderville. The honor guest was her sister, Mr's. D. L. Mason of Spokane. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Rennyson, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sheehan. Young Girls' Luncheon. Miss Cute Trauvers, a young lady of Walkerville who reached the mature age of 10, yesterday gave a pretty little luncheon, entertaining nine of hei young friends. The 'table decorations were all in bright red, and were very pretty. Her guests were: Misses Daisy Travers, Connie Rogers, Nona Lightly, Mae Barnes, Kate Harper, Essie Sulli van, Marjorie Thompson. Doris West and Hallie Wmpson. A Game Party in Centerville. Will and Frank Hankey gave a game party last night which was Very much enjoyed, at the home of their parents in Centerville. Twenty girls and boys were invited, not one failing to appear. The early part of the evening was de voted to playing games, travel games and literature games . for prizes. The first prize was an Earnest Seton Thomp. son book; the second another of Thomp. son's books; the consolation prize was a pretty edition of Hoyle. The supper served was of a "Game' cheracter; cold game pattles being the item, and the tce cream in the form of quails, in chocolate. Those present w.ret Misses Honora McQuale, Annie and Lis. sle Shaw, Node Faulkner, Winnie M, Hankey; Messrs. Prank and Will Hankey, Jack Riddler. Tom White, Theo Wagner, Wade Bowden, Harry Tremblay, Eddle McConnell, Peter Lyall, Abe Glfford, Mike Casey, George Wright. A Jolly Evening. Everyone attending the mammoth so vial entertainment of the Woodmen of the World at Fidelity hall last Thurs, day evening had the jolliest time imagin able. There were over 500 In the hall in addition to the Woodmen and. Women of Craft. The first part of the evening was de. voted to a fine program, E. V. Matlact acting as accompanist for the best known singers. Of these Mrs. Ignatiul Donnelly as usual made the hit of the evening. She sang 'The Gift" and foe-'a encore, "I Cannot Tell My Love Good. WILLIARD WH ITTIER DAUM, An exceptionally talented and handsome boy. He Is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Daum. . ý r ýi : i'' . J4 4 SS MSS IDA II. 'oETNSObfP One of the Talented Teachera or the Deer Lodge Puhik Sohoola. by." W. D. I'eenner sang "The Holy City," and for an encore, "If This Be Forgatting." The Woodmen of the Worl4 Glee club made a hit, singing seversa selections and enoores. The IAb erty .lub, one banjo, two guitars and' three'mandolins was encored for both selecitons. George Palmer reolted "The Volunteer Organiset" and received an ovation, responding with "Ashes on the Slide." Will Kitto, Mr. Jackson, Ge*tge Stevens and Mr. Murray sang finely and were endred. AW C. Krum made an eloquent speech, fttll of fre and enthusiasm. Then re fteshments were served in the banquet r om upstairs, 70 guests sitting down tbgether. All in all, it was an excep tionally successful public entertain ment. Wonsu of Woodoraft Card Party. Last pight the newly organized Circle, Monta.a Women of Woodcraft, gave a card *arty at their hall.There was a large attendance and some handsome prises pep given for the best players. The members had provided a fine luncheon, chlcken and turkey sand wiches, hot coffee, cakes and salads and the luncheon certainly made a hit, At least once every month they will give some kind of soolal entertainment. Commencing with next 'Tuesday the Circle will meet the first and third Tues day of the month, in Fidelity hall In stead of the Good Templers hall. Tgih Skating Pasty. An enjoyable skating party was given on Thursday evening by Miss Mattil Fish. After a long skate they all re turned to the Fish home where an elab orate supper was served. Her guests weret Misses Bushbee, Florence Hammer, Fulton Evans, J. Mo. Donald, 'Marion Nichols, Helen Tilton, Mamie Driscoll, Midge Riter, Dan Bush bee, John Corrette, Bid Lewis, Will Hal ley, Hal Tallant, Jack Werthelmer, Ar thur Mueller, Mark Hawley, Ralph Wathey, Howard BIelly, Charles Brit ton. Davis Whist Party. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. John Davis gave a whist party at her home on the West Bide. The first prize, a cup and saucer, went to Mrs. 'Whitman; the gentleman's prize, a coffee cup and sau cer, was won by Mr. McBride. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs.'Charles Schatzlein, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Weimscary, Dr. and Mrs. Donald Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maloney, Mirs. Whitman, Mr. McBride, A. J. Davis. Miss Tilton's Luncheon. A dainty luncheon is being given this afternoon by Miss Tilton at her home on the West Side. The decorations were all in red, carnations, bonbons and ribbons, effectively arranged. The menu cards are very pretty, all in French with Stanislau and Gibson heads in pen and ink. The hostess being the artist, Her guests are: Misses Mattte Fish, Riter, Ada Moore, Grace Whiting, Emma Buol. Olive Bushbee, Florence Hammer, Mamie Driscoll, Bessie Skryme, Midge Marion Nichols, Kit Sullivaen Olson Child rohestra. One of the prettiest features of tle graduating exercises of the Garfield school was the playing of the children'b orchestra, under the leadership of Prof. John N. Olson. They received an ova tion. The members are: Gertrude Polcovltch, Gertrude Elliott, Rose Daugherty, Flor ence llollioan, Roy Thompson, Drea Johnstone, Winnie Kelsey, Beslle Kel sey, Rose McLead, Bruce Smith. For Mrs. Clark. Tbis afternoon Mrs. Fayette Harring ton is giving a luncheon for Mrs. J. K. Clark at her home on the West BSide. The table decorations are of pink carna tlons and ferns. The guests arei Mrs. J. K. Clark, Mrs. Charles Walker Clark, Mrs. J. K. Hes. let, Mrs. Sam Johnstone, Mrs. Will Clark, Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. Frank D. Shaw. Society's Note Book. This evening Mrs. M. G. Hqrte is en tertaining at cards In honor of her sis ter, Miss Mabel Ritchie of Colorado Springs. Mrs. Chevigny of West Quarts street gave a dancing party on Thursday even Inu in honor of her sister, Miss Bessle Welles and last night gave a card party for her. Last night the seniors gave a delight ual ha)g wdloh was well attendsd. AL were enthusiastico over the reception given for the graduating class Thursday evening and over (he proposed Alumni association. Mrs.I P. H. Manchester delightfully en tertained the members of the South Side Needle club at her home on the South Bide Thursday afternoon. A number of the young people In the Park combined together and gave a de llghtful card party last evening follow ed by an appetizing luncheon. That delightful social club, the Colum bia,. will give another of their dances on the 7th at Renshaw hall. As usual all arrangements for the pleasure of the guests will be simply perfect. Society Personals. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Blizzard of Roston have taken apartments at the Park per* snanently. Mr. Blizzard is a well known mining man. Harry 0. Cotter of Denver, who has been at the Thornton for over a week, leaves for home tomorrow. E.ver since his arrival in Butte he has been aftlicted with a cold from which serious results were feared. George Wesley Davis has been very ill at the Thornton with ippendicitle. His hysicians think now he will not have to undergo an operation. Robert D. Grant of New York was at the Thurston this week. His wife, a sis ter of Mrs. A J. . Davis, is In a hospital now in New York. Miss Florence Tuttle, who has lien the guest of Mrs. W. A. Clark since last November, left for her home in Salt Lake yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Noyes. Hr., and Mr. and Mrs. John Noyes, Jr., .rave on Ml,n day for Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Clark leave to day for the Sound en route to their now home In Portland, Ore. Mbit Mary Wickes, who has lon t he =lest of Miss Gertrude Pierce. has rod turned to her home in Doulder. Of INTEREST TO WOMEN New Names for Babies. A London citablo dispatch tills of ths Wonderful utaunes that are being do. viued for balbles coining Into the world this coronlntion year. Corona, (CorIolus and Edul are among somni of thomo al ready bestowed, the last being come posted of the first two eyllablis of the names of the king and queen. 'ihese, however, fall abort in quaint ness of the name borne by the little slaughter of Sir Francis J nollys, who was christened Louvlma, whloh is the result of putting together the Eint syllables of the names of the king's daughters, Louisa, Victoria and Maude, tI is hardly possible for female corpe nation bables to be grateful at som) future time, for naimes that will fix theld ages in so public a way. Let the Baby Cry. Marianne Whteter, who is an experl on baby culture, gives some rather ,startling advice to those who Imagiale babies should always be soothed when their feellings are hart to the cryint point. For Instanee, she asserts that It the baby Is to live he must cry, and since this is necessary any parAnt who objects to hearing her child cry In a hsiaty and healthy manner is selfipn IN considerlng her oWn nerves before the welfare of her child. She says: "In stead of quieting hkn, on the contrary, it should be a mother's duty to insist that her baby indilges in a certali amount of good, healthy crying *elt day, A whining, fretful cry is no, a beneficial one. It must be a good, strong. hearty cryl one during which the baby draws In a deep breath and holds it for a few eeoonds, thus expanding the little lungs to their fullest extent. It is t~le which strengthens and toughens the lung tissue. A child with lungs thug made strong and healthy does not catchi cold easily." Therefore the mother who is given to remarking inslste.ntly: 'Stop that crying now, or I'll spank you,' should change her monologue to 'Cry on, tootsy-wootsy; it's good for your lungs.' And If the midnight how'.:l disturbs your slumbers, do not resort to the slipper, but steel your nerves to en dure it by considering that it is best fol the little one's lung tissue. Such heroid self-sacrifice as this on your part will bring its own reward, and even if yoms don't get much sleep you will be up borne by the thought of the good it 1is doing the child to cry." 0 Bernard Leonard and Wife, Anaeonda Young People who were Married Thurs da y. (Special to Inter Mountain.) NACONDA, Feb. 1.-In the pires ence of a large number of friends Bernard Leonard and Miss Mar garet. Haggerty were married last Thursday at St. Paul's Cathollo church, Rev. Father Coopman, officiating. Both of the young people are well and popu larly known in Anaconda, having re aided here for a number of years. They were attended during the ceremony by Miss Sadie Haggerty and Thomas Leon. ard, sister and brother of the bride an4 groom, respectively. The young couple will make 'their per manent home at 518 Oak street, in this city. Mr. Leonard is a trusted employr of the A. C. M. Co., having been with them for a number of years. The bride formerly resided in Dillon, where she Is well esteemed. A wedd!#.g breakfast was served at the bride's home.