Newspaper Page Text
(U. jý l 1II rc~`III 1441 n jy ý T IItIs w.ek in tvry iway It t' ii. f I l. tidprilss of ,'aStk,.r i ikf~ r l. lilione of the Inlkid if dalit'nlt t Ip:atiti'iS r hrllllalt t fitlaiilloini itI'nl"l.' li',di farther t h' n In t alk. EIv n Ithe gay so. ".ly Iu' II hItlita1ttiuiI: r'fa.aa,.td in ,iiiini tl ii , ' to th' (e'joymilents of the leel and l I an tI ae ill ;lite s.taIl hrightni A- ,I' hi ii; iIvkt without Iblinking. Ing-pong has tlhine the n lsual lnumber of v'iclhtms. IhII no stretch of the Iimaginatiio l)n alll a ping-pleng ill'ty ii s(ioi'Ity ftllan'Ii an:ly mlore' thanl the husk, t Ibull or'g;,*' of Ihe Is'r':l and butlllelr ':IrlI .y. A gentlleman froin th' wills of New York who is vlsitini.y lii t" r: - marked that he thought tlie' wVat'i'i 'if Iutte had t \ry "riPisy" vo'' I s ls('( wonderedul why. This led to a dliscus'al'tn oIn the vi\'()(s otf \in'mn o)f different pia, '.. adll the young hlawyer who kntows it atll told of sominthing Jain.s iVhit, ll, ) Itil, y said. It was long-winded ttii. waiy he lwiivytr told it but prlbabl!y I.' Int proved upon thei gentle Iloostert yalt"J. Anyway it was toi the effect that lin atny co',untry wthere Ithe iI.in are d(lter enltial to the wiit'llntn anti the wotimen I nuot have to talk loudt tio attract th., atte'ntlon of metn when the'y want to iy somrnthing to them, the' wIontn. wa\l have snlf, low\\' vool'ies, like thoise of the south. A Matter of Geography. Thei southe'rn men listen to every uvoird as if tie ' is10dom of Siololuo)tn wasai given vo Thenou''. Then the visiting man said onle 'ouhl s,' that thie i1.-in oif Hutte were Inot attlentiv to the womnen. If he only kni\w. If therea' Is a city ion the face of the 1iearth w\\here the V(wonia(ala itolre' absIo lutely rube than In Butte, it has yet to Iibe heard farmt. ." will 1nd it out If s i loates tie, as lie thinks of doing. After hie has aantuienced follhwintg the will of the womi n and llstening eagerly to the smallt'sIt 'hisp-r hie wIl he wisetr; )possblily saadder. Speaking of visitor's. Butte Ihas two \ hi ti are engrossing the a;ttenlin n of society women--andl I(ein. Onue is fair Ind graclious, a tperfait typle iof the so'iety leaders.l' of the east, but alas she has ibe'in atlipproprlautia. The other yoiung girl Is knorl\ n a "''The Giison lGirl" bec';aus so closely dle's she resemble the type ofl' Ainerlain girl iadei' fa nmous hiy l lbson. It Is intanll giltle, this (;ibsoean tair. ianri must Ih' hlorn lto It, f.il' it i.nnot Ih)' (.ultia\'atld. Many have( lltitated this faih aione's style ofii dl''ressing, wa\tring the halr and little Inarks of ml..nneir but tlhey fall short of the t(rlglinal. It ldoes not ihe in the gownintg hut in the physique', the carriage, the lines of fa'e and figur'e. A Social Boycott. If in the sprinig title ii ylounlg tmatn's flancy lightly turns to thoiught of love, likew\ise' In this age do they turln to thoughts of strikes. The Joyius May Daiy Is no\ thie date set for fstrik'es. But t hlere 's anllother stort of strike about to the declatred i Itultte. It will lie blieguln )by the iuds ,alnid itl((ie of l ,utte, and the young Imen arl' the ones to tie bI)y 'ottl(.d. in Ino oiathet'l ity dots such a sllte of affarl's e.xlst as In Butte, they tdeclare. They say the wining anid dlinintg and etl erilt'ning aof younlg te'n will have to) stitoi without siaoae auivalv'entt is given bly the iaforesatid yaoung nten. The glilded yiouths oif Ilutte will ac'aet'lil hospitality withoutl ( edll and will make tilp a theate(r lparty with alacrity If sonme onae else Is giving it, biut wheln it conmesli to ai luaetion of their givLing thenater partiest or oif Ilitling at glrl to at enda th hetr, te hy Iar' ir' lot there. 'he girls have ltmade up it list of the dellinlqtents an they are to el, Ibuy The Iprettlest, most eangagilng girls n'\'ever reav Ioiivta iltavltalilli to attend the theater ir ot other pltaces of ait.tluseient. Instiad the gentlltemen aill aupoun th tn annd, as ionea txa'xprssed 1t, "lake up my time and wea'r out the furlitlure," \\iiile at the v\'ery niimomenat some good plaiy is on at the theater. A certailn croawd of bud.s aid h 'lls, h tende'ld taigIiet'er, will iake the illtl itit\vl. Poaor younag mien. 'Ihare' aure si fe I v plays ni\w ialled'( for uttell' by itians of which they can saquare themselv(s. A Successful Birthday Party. Fifteen years ago Thursday Miss Mar jorie Dawson first saw Butte, and in consequence a number of friends deter mined to surprise her on that night. They assembled at the home of Miss Nettle Farr in Centerville and descended in a ,ady on the Dawson holne. Miss Marjorie was more than delighted, and Wehomed them heartily. The hirst part of the evening w\as de Voted to games of all kinds and musical selections, and at midnight a fine supper was served, the Invaders assisting Mrs. Dawson and Miss Marjorie in serving It. The young hostess received many handsome gifts and a number of floral offerings. In the pIarty were Mr. and Mrs. i'homas Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carder, Misses Frankie and Grace Ben nett, Lulu Grant, Jessie White, Lolita McLever, Jusie Wescott, Maidle Gra ham, Inez Denett, Harriet Knowlton; Messrs. Will and Harry White, Ulrle Nevins, Tod Harrington, Dan Hiennes sey, Harry Chapin, King Reinhardt, Gus Olson, Ed. Teague. --4I Woman's Belief Corps Ball. One of the affairs of next week vhich Will be very enjoyable, judging from the past affairs given, by them, will be the grand ball and card party. on Friday, the 18th, under the auspices of Lincoln Relief Corps, No, 6. It will be given in Seandia hall, on South Main street, r.nd as it sla in the interest of charity there will be a big turnout. In addition to the dan .ng, fo: which good musirt c will he furirll:held, )provision will he made fori those i ho dio anot d.llce. Card playing will he enloyd in the p;r lors. -lifreshnmnts wili b. leady for those a'ho desire them. Thile leading wvnomen of .infoln itr-lief Corps will have charge and th, com miittees arte w'orlkilng hard to mktlte the aiffLair t cur's ss. No trouble or expense will lie spacHrted to make everyone, inl ft tenldance declare It a genuine red !ettr ni1ght. -+·--- The Coming Art Exhibit. Fir weeks the club women rf Butte IIlhave been talking about the art exhihit to )e given next Wednesday, Thursdlay. and Friday afternoons and evcentl,;s ;n the Auditorium. Mrs. T. A. Gtiigg, chiair'mian of the art d-lparltment of the Womanin's clubl, wa the originalltor of the idea, anld she has wo.rkel n)iigi.t aid tdlay for weeks ipast to llake it a sud''c.ei After she suc('Ceeded In gettin4i the Auditorium from the generous it1:' dads free of rent she felt encouraged and plunged in the fray with renew,.l zel1. She ihas not completed all 'rrange ments yet, but has succeeded in so far formulating plans and securing exhibits as to ensure its complete succese. The exhibit of china will be superb, over 6;0 piec;-s of exquisitely painted china hav ing been promised. New and novel shapes and patterns will be exhibited. In the painting line there will be ex hibits of water colors, in oils, black and white, and in new work. There will be an exhibit of pyrography, leather and wood. 'ih(ere will also be a fine exhii.t, of point lace and one of other laces. 'I'herie will lbe a magnifllent collecti.A of 'urlos from all parts of the worilth and will comn prise hundreds of differeaht artliles. The agent of 1'rlling's will 'e there al'so with it mlgnliflient colleetibn 1, of I'raHg'H masnterJpleces, A big itrawing irilI'd will he the exhib Its by Itussell the Con hoy artist, aidd by ':. K. 'axnon. Many things are com ing frot difTirent Iti S in Montana, loaned by ;rt i'lleItolrs :inlld club womeln. I:very 'evening there t ill be a fine Ipr'grilln given. li'n,' night lullabies of All Natilns giv'n in the Wornan's club teception witll I.: repenated. One night thore will ibe it srites of Living Pi'tures po, ,I for lby suio oi f Ililto's prettiest girls :alnd Il,,vPl lst m atron. . All the so.i'i ly WV tlll. tin' taking a g'(at inter .I ht hlie '111 t11'f,' and xWill nt ionly loan a1I Ii',. tea iries but \i ill s ive ill U et I 'e Mtany lhings will lie in sale,. atd a big p itllrnt will go to tll( art iI partment of tlit,' W\omn's ctlub. There trll ble it biiilh wihlri'e h lnomemade ' nili's will be sild. T'here' will also Ibe it iaip nese hunth %% hero, ladles In .Jinpne.so costume will s'.ri teu and w fithrs. Thoere will alii be ani 1 Il ' el ttln i booth, atnd in all I;v ry eve't lln t it ;I I ittt colonial minuetA wIll t . ,in ,sdl in coii turne by eight tiny e h t.il ' cln Jha ll. a l,.tth l t;rtigg, RIoy gue~iti it'it 1 . M\ tr r s i'' tous, N at'nleil .\11Kay, .1111ir,.Iel Ilh ne. -f-4- Highly Successful Surprise Party. 'lii .I 1rlrel Watson was the recipient of l t h(e il-flashhion ,d scm III cou rtetty I ittIn i .a St pr.se liparty oln M)ndaay ' vealii at tir t hnuit of her ntsi ents eO I'taih v int, wii Ith itite. u The sug - SI iw I , athr'd fur lie, raid at tl)P ii,,e r of Miti J<,inte .IT ''tn ll cs, several Ih" 1I< + away. \\'Its, 'I t y at rr' i t t t '.'uiu h L. Watsn.a really ']cllt truly" stIrprlsel , but \Vwe ,uoa'd the invade is with her usual grad'. Th,' etoning \\as deloted to ;dn. t a d flitis;' and Late In the ov tlil t botluntt fiil siltlply of good thing.s to eat t' , ro hy lite g'ntilnn f tile su€ Il Wtro', inn e wi re' Mr. an-. sirs. I a branmh Mr. andi Mrs. 'dr ati'l Tom ki.ll, Mri'. and Mr's. Jacob 'W1atsion, Mises Rlab' ('urtain, Murlel Watson, Kete \Vattson Jetssie White, Lulu Khirk, Her rI't Davie's, DIessie Wtlllotts, Maud I.inesi, Metacrs. Will and Jack White, FIrted tit)tiItle, Frank Sullivan, Al. Kismets Entertained by Mrs. Mulling. Mrs. I'. Millins was hostess for 'the jolly Kisnteta last Monday at her new l'me on WVest iroatdway. The mlembers plr yed euchre tntil 4:30 whin the prizes were awrdel'd while the dainty luncheon was being enjoyed. The china prizes were painted by Mrs. I,:,ughlin and were very pretty. The first prize, a green and gold cream jug Siainted in pink rops was awarded to Mrs. T. A. riegg, while the second, a jewel box in a rich brown was painted with cr'ell roses, and fell to Mrs. ('. V. Fulton. The discussion regarding the enter taiinent of the husbands of the club members took some time and it was de cided to have an evening session next Monday at the hone of Mrs. Ignatius Donnelly. In addition to the first and second prizes for both ladies and gentlelmer there will be a lone hand prize and con solation prizes. The affaitr promises to be one of the pleasan't affairs of the week. Those present Monday were: Mem bers-Mesdames D. A. Dickson, P. Mul. lils, David teinhardt, ('. V. Fulton, ignatius Dlonnelly, A. H. Whither, T. A. tirigg, J. W. Gunn, Frederi'ck TSquired, Hugh t '. Laughlin, Sol. Buckle's. Sub stitute for Mrs. C(heely, Miss Durothy Superna tt. A Luncheon in Pink and White. Very dailty and springlike were the toi.tiations at the lUche(itn given on Muonday afternoon by Mrs. Oliver Peters at hter home in Meadervllle. They were all in pink and white, axzaleas and bride rose.s xcombined with aspa lirt'agtus fern. The center of the t'iable was filled .vlth a siroll of the az]ieas outlined with rost buds. AL each m-over was a favor of the buds tied with ribbons to the name card. Her gue.sts w-k re:. Mrs. Arthur Thoin us, Mrs. I'eol'ge T. Sawvyer. Mrs. Henry MILler, Mrs. Burton Henderscon, Mrs. Milton .tawlins. Mrs. J. M. 'Whilte, Mrs. Tlar'ry West, Mrs. lRogy Pierce, Mrs. Itea:lt Teal, Mrs, John Hall, Mrs. Edwivlh SThuri'lni'y. A Jolly Book Party. Mrs. P. L. Skinner gave a io+tt intert ewating book party at etr newx home i S(''nterville on Wednesday ivenng. Seo. Soral gatmes of books were played bil y prizes were given only in one. That wnse 'hi'ee differenti objects teprelsxentiLg t tanitx of some boouk well-known wer pleret(d around the room. tFor instance, several photographs - Svery young Infants represented "The ' Newenmes;" a photograph of Quedti Alexandra, "A Lady of Quality;" a school globe, "The Wide, Wide World;" two dolls sitting apparently engaged in earnest conversatilon, "The Dolly Dia logues;" a piece of old cheese, "The Seats of the Mighty;" a bust of a pretty woman, 'A Portrait of a Lady;" an r empty cigar box holding a lady's glove a and handkerchief, "The 'W.ong Box." e Ma.ny other books were represented. The first prize was a very handsome complete edition of Shakespeare's works, in 12 small volumes, This (oh. were were the women), wen't to Robert J. Chase. The second, two handsomely 3 bound novels, "Audrey," by Miss John e stone, and "When Charley Went Away," I were given to Mrs. Jane Goodall. The consolation, a pocket edition of "John Henry," was awarded to Mrs. K. H. sm mons. After the prises were awarded the guests adjourned to the dining-room where a fine supper was enjoyed. The house was decorated throughout with blue (blue-stocking) and at lach ,over was a dainty blue stocking in satin filled with bon bone. These were for the gentlemen. For the ladies there were favors of bon bon boxes In the form of books, filled with choice confections. After the banquet was over the guests returned to the Iparlors where an im promptu musical program was enjoyed. It was long after midnight when the guests departed. In the party were: Mr. and Mrs. P. L. skinner, Mr. and Mrs, R. J. Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Goodall, Mr. and Mrs. .Irry Goodall, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Em .,onis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schultz, Mr. arnd Mrs. Hubert White, Mr. and Mrs. ,fames Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. ,lltchell, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shoup, Mr. ,ild Mrs. Roger Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. i-,verett Frey, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mc I.ever. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Colville, \lr. and Mrs. Grant Crimmons, Mr. and mlrs. Augustus Vollmer. --- NIeighborhood Whist Club. Mrs. Farnham was hostess for the Nl"Ighorhood Whist club Thursday ,f:rnoon at her home on Farrell street ..1 Sirith Butte and a charming hostess A\: usual whist was played for over two ,irs, when a delightful luncheon was irve.l. The first prize of the silver ir on,, two was won by Mrs. F. Gray iI ,Mrs. J. H,. lilbert won the second, a poon. T'lm,-O present were: Mesdames Frank li .klns, substitute for ,.rs. Sam Nixon; I' r d Melcher, Willis, W. F. Noyes, Will .itms, Bray, Farham, Leonard, Erick, rThomlson, It. H. Hopper, J. II. Gilbert, I rll el' ux. ---+--- The A. B. C. Whist Club. It being the last of the series of the A. I:. ('. Whist club they were entertained Iby Mrs. Corlett and Mrs. Wright at the .nI' of Mrs. Corbett on Aluminum 't r', this week. 'he house was beautifully d.erorated in lilies and ferns and the lunch was ,,r borate. The flrst prize, a beautiful lait,' handpainted In holly, went to Mrs. ,:. Wright; the second, a handsome ,lteir pltcher, was won by Mrs. Sam Itishop. It was painted in forget-nmc ,,ts. The third prize, half a dozen after nllner' coffee spoons, went to Mrs. Fifer. .As it was the last of the series, a ',rizt was given to the two who scored Ihe lohwest. Mrs. Corbett receiving a I'(.autiful Haviland china chocola'. pot .i.,d Mrs. Bishop a handsome hand Iolitedd ake plate. 'I'hose present were: Mesdames J. H. ;ill, ,rt, W. F. Noyes. C. C. Willis, Htp kins, Morrison, Rloey, J. M. Reyno(l:a, I'rank Talbott, Al Corbett. Cotter Luncheon for Mrs. Root. Mr's. John Cotter gave a dainty luncheon on Thursday at her home In WVest Broadway In honor of Mrs. Henry itoiot. Sparing flowers trimmed the table il.] all the delicacies belonging to the siason entered Into the inenu. Her guests were: Mrs. Root, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Holbrook, Mrs. H. I. Wilson, Miss WVaiker, Leonard Informal Luncheon. One of the delightful, though informal social events of the week was the luncheon given on Friday by Mrs. C. R. Leonard.at her home on the West Side, on wilch occasion she entertained a few of her friends of Rany years standlng. ''ihe table was trimmed with a shower of pink earnntions, resting upon a mat of asparagus vine. Beautiful poster hwrids were used as place cards. At the table were: Mrs. N. R. Leonard, Mrs. Charles Rumley. Mrs. Harry D'Acheul, Mrs. Margaret Cunningham, Mrs. Fay ctte Harr'ington, Mrs. J. G. Sanders, Mrs. J. H. Pearce and the hostess. --+--- Dixon Informal Breakfast. Mrs. W. W. Dixon entertained very informally at a breakfast given at the Thor'nton on Monday. Her guests were: Mrs. William Tuohy, Mrs. James fIorbls, Mrs. J. V, Long, Mrs. Geoff Lauzier and Mrs. I. Flieunld, Heinze Musicale for Miss Cotter. LTast Saturday evening Mr. F. A. Ifeinze entertained in an elegant man ner a number of friends in honor of Miss Mabel Cotter of Denver. Cards, iupplemented ty a number of musical selections, and a sumptuous supper fr I I i i ( I I I i I 1 I i i I "" II 11 _ " made up a most delightful evening. There were present Mr. and -Mrs. George Rclbinson, Dr. and Mrs. Burdette O'Con nor, Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook, Miss Cot ter, Miss Young, Miss CuMlen, Mr. Rob Inson of New York, Mr. Harry Cotter and Judge Clark. ---4-- Heinze Bowling Party and Supper. An Impromptu bowling party was given at the Thornton bowling alley on Wekdnesday evening with Mrs. George Rdbinson as chaperone. After an hour or so spent at tlhe game a delicious sup per was served at the apartments of Mr. F. A. Helnze, whic'h was followed by a jolly evening. In the party were: Mr. and Mrs. George R'tolyson, 'Miss Cotter, Mise Young, Miss Cullen, Messrs. Harry Cotter, George W. Davis and F. A. Heinze. O. W. L. S. Jollification Today. Today Miss Margaret Hansen is en tertaining the O. W. L. S. club at her home on North Washington "street. Ping-pong and tea will be the features of the afternoon. -4- Dancing and Ping-Pong. Dr. and Mrs. W. H, Haviltarrd were at home informally to a number of their friends on Tuesday evening on which occasion a delightful evening was spent in dancing, miusic and ping-pong. At 11 o'c4loek a sumptuous supper was served at a 'beautifully appointed table, wMhtlh was artlstically trimmed with deep red carnations and tulips, while red shaded candelabra and deep red satin ribbon idded their quota of beauty Leon Keddington, a Bright and Raudeome Butte-Boy. to the general effect. There were pres ent: Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk, Misses Margaret Hansen, Mae and Jean Sulli van, Messrs. Thomas Walker, Thomas Markley, William Love and Mr. Ludke. --- -- A Merry Stein Parade and Lunch. By way of retalling old times the members of the ontce Jolly Stein club met Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Webber, on the Walker vllle road, and had a merry session. The house was beautifully decorated with cut flowers and ferns. The first of the evening was devoted to songs of the Fatherland, the Zither club accompanying the soloists and choruses. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Neimann, who were in New York durlrrg Prince Henry's. visit, gave an account of such glimpses as they had of the royal per. sonage. Then Victor Denschmitt of Seattle gave several selections from German authors, and all contributed to the pleasure of the evening. At an early hour the adjournment to the dining room was made. The table was oddly decorated. The center held a mammoth Metlaick stein, filled 'with mag nificent roses, set apparently in beer foam, but it was just an imitation. At each cover was a stein holding a favor bouquet of the "Jacks." The name cards were an innovation for this club, but they were ibeautJrul scenes of Germany, landscapes, hop fields and pretty maidens, done in water colors. The lunch was, of course, composed of German delicacies - .welnerwurst and other sausages, smoking hot; cheeses of all kinds, pumbernickel, and the best of beer. At midnight the national toast was given, but Iit was long after when the club adjourned. Before departing they discussed the question- of how early the club could meet in Columbia Gaidens, for the mem bers of the Stein blub, like all Germans, dearly' love outings in gardens in the summer. The guests were: Mr and Mrs. Jake Neimann, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Den schmitt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pyne, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Webber, Mr. and Mrs Gus Nelmann, MIr. and Mrs. Jack' Muels ler, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rodenbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Eller. beck, Misses Jennie Steinberg, Metta Schmidt, Anna Stuyen, Nina Schu macker, Messrs. Carl Belk, Max Etnal, Harry Berger and Ed Noel. --+-- Gallick Golden Wedding Reception. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Gallic'k have issued Invitations to a golden wedding reception to be given by them Wednes day evening, April 16, from 8 to 11. It will be given in their handsome new home, 400 South Washington street. The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Gallick took place in 1852, the anniversary of It 'being several ,eeks ago, but they de layed a real celebration until their new home was completed. It will be one of the largest and most elaborate affairs of next week. ---+-- Shippen Golden Wedding. One of the notable events of the week in society was the 50th anniversay and golden wedding of Reverend and Mrs. W. C. Shippen, which took place at their home at 600 West Broadway, on Monday, April 7. "'This celebration called together many of their old-time friends, who spent a most enjoyable evening with them. Many who were not present, as well as those who were in attendance, gave them handsome tokens of their good wishes, which were warmly appreciated. Moun tain View church 'sent with their trlb.