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Virjinia Cily. [nv ASSOCIATED Irarss.] Virginia City, June 14.-Mrs. Lilsie Donnelly of Sheridan spent Monday and Tuesday in this city, the guest of Mrs. W. A. Stevenson. Hon. Curt Newbarry, representative in the legislature from Custer county, spent several days in the city this week. While WILLIAM N. HEFFERLIN, A Leading Merchant of Livingston. here he was the guest of lion. S. R. Bu ford. Miss Minnie Schultz of Sheridan, who spent the week in this city the guest of the Mlisses Gilbert, returned to her home in the Ruby valley metropolis Thursday. Bert Page, the genial bookkeeper in the general merchandise store of Henry Elling & Co. at Sheridan, spent several days in the city this week. Miss Helen G(ilbert, who graduated from the Virginia City High School last Friday, entertained the members of the Alumni association at the home of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Hlenry S. Gilbert, on the corner of Hamilton and Wallace streets, Mlonday evening. After spending several hours pleasantly at cards, refreshments were served. Those present were: M.isses Grimes, nimberly, Myrtle and Sauerbier. Nina Wiles. Edna Jackson, Mina B]ennett, and Messrs. Edgar T. L.owman and 1.eonard I). Moritz. Guy Gibson, the tall Sycamore of Meadow Creek, accompanied by Miss Mat tie lHughes, spent Sunday with friends in this city. H-l. II. Mulligan, who for the past several months has been a resident oif Rochester, returned to Virginia City the first of the week. Mrs. M'. E. Isdell of Pony was in the city several days ti,.s week on business connected with the administration of her late husband's estate. I1lo. Eli S. Adkins, one of Madison county's represlentatives in the last legis lative assembly, spent several days in the city this week, shaking hands with his m.any county seat friends. Judge NM. E. Parker arrived from ltoul der Saturday. C. It. Miller and II. P. Miller of lake 'view, were in the city several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Walters of A.\ler, ec,,ntpatnied by Mr. and Mrs. J. It. John lot, of \Whitehall, drove up fromn the rail way ternillus Saturday evening and re mlailled over Sunday with triends in this city. MrA. 1). 1.. Stanley of Belgrade, accom panied by Mrs. A. Adams of Norris. and \lrs. C. M. Buell of Meaulow Creek, visited ,.,n h. ity, this week. HI. L. Massingill of Alberta, N. W. T., spent several days in the city this week, renewinlg acquaintances. Children's day was appropriately ob served at Grace Methodist church Sunday evening. The exercises consisted of sing ing and recitations by the Sunday school scholars, and an a!ppropriate sermon by the pastor, Rev. P. M. Adams, and an address ,y Rev. L. H. Mickel of the faculty of the Wesleyan university at Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wetmnore of the Centennial valley were county seat visitors MIonday and Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Belle Collins of l.akeview was in the city the first of the week. W. B. Osbourn and J. M. Owen, two of Twin Bridges legal lights, were county seat visitors Tuesday. Rev. J. 1. Stevens of Twin Bridges was a Virginia City visitor Monday. Edward 1H. Sparrell of tkevenue was in the city several days this week. WV. R. C. Stewart, the Bozeman attor ney, spent several days in the city this week visiting with his brother, S. V. Stewart. Dr. 1'. J. Sheeran of I)tilon was in the city the first of the week. II. Rosenszweig, editor of the Butte Journal, spent several days in the city this week breathing the pure ozone of ti.is re gion. \V. 1). Fenner, the Butte insurance man, was in Virginia City Tuesday. William M. Beall, one of the pioneers of Madison county, was in the city from his home at Silver Star the first of the week. E. B. Page of l'ageville, was a county seat visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Nelson spent a couple of days this week vtsiting relatives at Sheridan. Mrs. Margaret Steffens, accompanied by her daughters, Misses I.izzie and Ida, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Anna ~, neat of Twin Bridges. Alfred Winegart, a prominent citizen of Silver Star, is in the city. Mrs. Thomas t.. Castle is visiting rela tives and friends in Butte. Dr. It. C. Beall of Coloma, Mo.. is in the city looking over the field witlh a view to locating here. O. S. Page of Laurin was a county seat visitor Tuesday. A. C. Murphy, a prominent ranchman of the Upper Ruby valley, was in the city [Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Knowles-Haskell, the noted woman lawyer of Butte, spent a couple of (lays in the city this week. This was Mrs. Haskell's first visit to Virginia City in several years. Hon. Charles S. Hartman of Bozeman spent a couple of days in the city this week. J. W. Saunders, the wit of the Madison valley, is in the city. W. O. Metzel and F. S. Metzel, two prominent cattlemen of Puller Springs, were in the city Tuesday. S. B. Page. a prosperous stockman of Ruby valley, was in-the city Tuesday. At the regular semi-annutal meeting of Madison Camp, No. ggo, Woodmen of the World, the following officers were elected for the ensuing term: Past consul com mander, R. A. Vickers; consul command er, Louis Romney; adviser lieutenant, Thomas E. Castle; escort. W. A. 'Truax; watchman, Frank B. Jackson; sentry. Will F. Kohls; manager, 18 m:onths, G. A. Boyd; delegate to the fourteenth district convention at Great Falls, s. A. Vickers; alternate, T. J. L.ynch. The following oficers were elected by Axolotl circle, No. 420, Women of Wood craft, Saturday evening: Past guardian neighbor, Mrs. T. E. Castle: guardian neighbor, Mrs, R. Peel; adviser, Mrs. Mrs. Ellen l.ynch; attendant, Mrs. Anna Mousing; magician, Mlrs. 1). 0. Holt : inner guard, Miss Dora Weldh; outer guard, Mrs. Ezra Plumb: captain of guards, M. B. Davis; musician, 1.. I). Moritz; manager, i8 months, Miss Bessie Vickers. Virginia City Commandery, No. T. Knights Templar, was visited Thursday evening by three grand lodge officers, viz.: Right Eminent Grand Commander J. J. Hindson of Helena: Rit'ht Eminent Grand Recorder E. D. Neill and Eminent Grand Junior Warden Emil II. Renisch of Butte. George Edward Gohn was instructed in the mysteries of Knifght Tcmplarship. the grand lodge officers officiating alternately in conferring the degrees. After the busi ness meeting the brethren repaired to the banquet hall, where they sat down to an elaborate spread prepared for the occasion. Bozaeman. tIY ASSOCIATIED PiHI S.1 Bozeman, June 14.-A large ntumber of ladies and gentlemen spent a delightful E. C. BAUMAN OF BOZEMAN. evening Thursday ~i the guests of Senator andl Mrs. C. W. Hoffman at their home on the corner of Tracy avenue and Babcock street. The evehing's amusement con sisted in a series of 'gaines of progressive whist. The prizes of the eveoin.., a anud some stein and a plate, fell to the lots of l)r. Ilogan and Mrs. Walter Cooper. Mrs. Ilollmnan was assisted during the evening by Mrs. (;. C. D)on and Miss Ellen IGott schalck, and at the close of the event re freshllments were served. The home of County Commlissioner and Mrs. George I);avis was the scene of a pretty but very quiet weldding Wednesday afternoon, at which Miss Martha Davis and Mr. Ed. Reynolds were married. Dr. James Reid ,erfor e,:d the cerelmolny, after which the bride and groom left on the westbound train for Ilena. 'I he young couple are very lpopular ill their circle of friends. The bride has for the past year held the position of private secretary to President Janes Reid of the state college. The groom is at present one of the night policemen of the city and was one of the volutters in the Spanish-Amnerican war. Mrs. G. L. Ilogan gave a very pleasant "afternoon" at her homle on Tracy avenue, south, Friday, which was attended by about 40 lady friends of the hostess. The ladies enjoyed themselves with a lively game of "'63" during most o. the after noon. At the close of the ' ,attle" Miss Cantwell and Miss luce held the highest scores and were awarded the prizes. Miss Ellen Hlenepe and sister served a tempting luncheon at the close of the event. The High School alumni entertained the graduates of that institution at the Maxey hall Saturday evening, the occasion being a very delightful reception. cnere were more than one hlundred persons present, in cluding the faculty, graduating class anlt Ilmembers of the alumni. An excellent pro grain consisting of addresses, toasts and responses, and music was given in the hall which was prettily decorated with thle class ollors and flowers. Iefreslhmlellts were served. The HI igh School juniors entertained thle graduating class at a hanluet at the Maxey hall Thursday. The hall was prettily trilnmed with the colors of the two classes, plants and cuIt flowers. The program con sisted of Imusic, addresses. toasts alnd re sllponses, andill the yotIung people ha-I ;a ilost lenjoyable time. Wednesday evening the Maccabees held a semi-anllual election of officers with the following result: If. Topal, P. C..; J. L. Steats, C.: W. Pepworth. L.t. C.; Philip Dodson,. R. and K. F.: Ii. G. Rice, chap lain ; J. Berg, sergeant: J. Ward, M. at A.; II. Anderson, first ati. of G;.: C. Schwan, second M. of (;.; II. I.. Conner, sentinel ( C. Ross, picket. The Masons held a social session at the hall Monday evening in honor of George T. Slack, grand high priest of the Royal Arch Masons. and grand master Mason of the blue lodge. Mr. Slack visited Iozce man in an official capacity and the Masons were Illuch pleased to have an opportunity to meet him in ]lozeman, Mr. A. M. Maxeiner, Northern Pacifie agent at lolzeman, and sister, Miss I.. C. Maxeiner. left Ihzecman Monday morning for I)illon, where the wedding of Mr. Maxeiner anld Miss Edith Cashlllore took place Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Maxeiner will visit Salt lake and other interesting points and returni to Blozenian about tile oath of June. They will be "at home" after July I at the Mills cottage, on Third avenue, and after the first of Sep tember will occupy t~he residence of the late Colonel May on the corner of Central avenue and Babcock street, wllich was re cently purchased by Mr. Maxeiner. The marriage of Mr. Jesse Connell of I.iviplgstQn and Miss May Howard, was solemnized at the home or Mr. and Mrs. William Howard on Rouse street, Wednes day at nool. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. It. A. James of the Meth odist church in the presence of the rela tives and friends.of the bride and groom, Mr. and Mri Connell took the Westbound train for Helena and will make their home in Logan, Mr. Connell hetl.g it tae employ of the N. P. company. The Woodmen of the World gave a banquet at the Maxey hall Wednesday evening to celebrate their success in oh taining "s, " new members. The atTair was very successful in all respects and much enjoyed. A very nice program was rendered and elaborate refreshments served. The Fraternal Union of America held a social session at the 1. 0. O. F. hall Thursday evening, at the close of the busi ness meeting. A short literary and musical program was rendered and refreshments were served. The members decided to close each session with a social hour in the fuaure. Children's day services were hehl at the First Methodist church Sunday morning, and the evening services were memorial services for the Knights ot Pythias. George T. Slack, grand nigh priest of the Royal Arch Masons, was a visitor in the city Monday. Mrs. John Maxey went over to Aan conda this week with her parents, lion. and Mrs. J. II. Durston. Mrs. E. I. McCormfck of Manhattan. Kan., arrived in the city this week to spend the summer. Professor McCormick will' come later. Judge 1.. A. I.uce left Thursdlay for Red Lodge. lie was accolmpanid by J. A. Kagy. Mrs. Collins of Austin, Texas. is visiting her sister, Mrs. John 'Crlin. Rev. F. II. l.ewis, rector of St. James church, who umilerwenit an operationl at tile sanitarium \Veiedesday is progressing favorably. Miss I.izzie Maxeiner. sister of Agent Maxeiner, arrived in the city from Galena, Ill., Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. A. Wormser were in the city Monday from Wormser ( tty. Mrs. R. II. Itarclay of ielena, who has been visiting Mrs. Iloss, returned to her home Saturday. R. 1.. Sperry of l.ivingston was in the city for a short time Monday. S. C. ilartman returned from the East Thursday evening after quite a long a, Rcllcc. Missou la. Missoula. June 4 .---The (arden city of the state is radiant in nature's adornment. Fluwers atbotund. No home with the tini est plot of ground but has the same rich in clover. There's none so poor but sup ports a blossom inl dress or coat. One rose bush on Fast Front street has thou sands of buds. Lawns are carpets, thick and soft. The days are not yet so warnm that tile foliage falls heavy under breath less heat and thlte nights are c.ool and clear. Society still keeps up an activity rare for the srison, but thin the season Iis rare, these June dlays. The court house grounds are again peopled with pleasure seekers. Monday evening the band gave a short concert there, the first of the season, which was a treat, indeed. Monday evening, too, there was given a pleasant social by the Womten of W\Vod craft in Annex hall. Miss Clara Keith, DR. BRUNING, MILES CITY. record keeper, had charge of the affair, and Mrs. Blanche Whitaker, Mrs. Boothe, Miss Bir Abbott, Miss Keith and Mrs. IH. O. Collins helped with the musical and literary features. A fine lunch of cake and coffee was served. The lodge has decided to hold these socials once each month for a time. Wednesday Richard McKay of Seattle and Miss (Grace Herndon of Virginia City were married in a romantic spot on Grant street, Rev. Hayes officiating. Mr. Mc. Kay is well known in Missoula, having been in the employ of the local office of the Northern Pacific road until re cently, when lie was promoted to Seattle. Miss Herndon has been identified with the educators of the city for several years and will be greatly missed in musical circles as well. The good wishes of many friends accompany Mr. and Mrs. McKay to their new home. Mrs. C. A. Pearson entertained a group of friends at her home on West Cedar street Wednesday afternoon. The event was in honor of Mrs. Paine, formerly of Butte, who has b)een in Missoula some months. The jolly Needclecraft club went to the home of Mrs. Joseph Solomon on East Front street Wednesday afternoon. A queer coinlcidence has been that in the history of this club almhnost every gather ing has numbered thirteen. Not a bit of superstition appears to be in anybody's composition for the meetings go merrily on and the only regret yet felt has been for the departure of Mrs. I.ambert Mo linelli, who left last week for Illinois with her son Cecil. The Treble Clef hell its postponed meeting Thursday as usual at the resi dence of Mrs. Hiram Knowles. The pro gram was attractive as usual, instrunmen tal and vocal numblers and chorus work. After one or two more mneeting adjourn ment will lie elfected for the summer mollt hs. A numblller of the "grown folks" rode up (;rant Creek Wednesday for the day and a jolly picnic was enjoyed all day. A number of the socially inclined gath ered at the home of Mrs. C. A. l'earson to surprise Mrs. Paine of Butte Tuesday evening. The ladies of the Presbyterian church gave a supper in their rooms Thursday evening which was well patronized. The Outing club, composed of many of the young men and women of the city, are planning their annual camping. Happy the chaperone who accompanies the lively party. Last summer Mrs. Tyler B. Thomp son chaperones thetm, Whoever goes, -*herever they go, it is always enjoylment tLid comfort to the utitllst' 'IThe engagelment of Charles Sumner, formerly of Missoula, now of nutte, to Miss Sadie Catlin is announced. It is understood the mlarriage will occur soon. The occasion of a meeting of the Bioda club. wlhen the ex-llemlters were enter tainied, was made the medium of giving to the public the official announcement. Mrs. Frank P. Keith opened her house to the club Monday night. Rev. J. W. Bennett performled the mlarriage ceremony of (;uy W. Hlassler and Miss (;rtic Pearson Tuesday morning at the Methodist church. Miss Selma lPear poni, twin sister of the bride, and Jaimes S. Kemp attended the couple. Mr. and slrs. Ilassler left for a six weeks' visit to the coast cities. l'The state convention of the ('hristian tI leavorers which met at liamtilton Tuesday and continued several days, took ons delegates from this city Rev. J. A. tarhies, teorge F. Itarnes, Misses Malel Jones adll J.ennie Rowe froll thle ('ongre :at tinal church; Rev. II. F. Russell, John aoid IHarvecy Russell, Walter Il;iy, Mrs. ('. I. IDay. Misses Essie RIly, Mary Sloane, .ear;l ItosworthI, Zona Shull. I cll lily and Alice Ilorine frtmn the Christian church: Charles l)cnsion. (eorge It. I\\ilcox. Mrs. Hi. \\ leox, Mrs. A. I' T"ietjein. Mrsi. \Val liii.. Misses Ieleite Kennet't, Jenniie Ii)ar I.te .etnimie Ilire, Miss *\gee. from tlhe l'resyt erian church. The festival banquet of the \'ioodiiien of the Worhl took place \\etdiesda; night In I I. s' hall. Miss Stella I;reenoulti has returnel from the National I';alk seminltry, Mary Iaini. where she graduatedt. Mrs T. I.. ( retIotigh. her miother, anld Paul :llltl I.,c. hr irothers, were preseit ialso at ithe comm ililenicelment exercises. Mrs. George A. Cook and Miss Fanmie ('tor.il left Monday for th le l :tst. Mi lli torbin will attend the summner school at I larvalrd. Ilarry I). Moore of Ihlelena wasi in the city a ecouple of days nil his way to Seattle to Icatle. From him it is learned Ithat Mrs. Moore hia Ibeeln istudiig iil Chicago, whelre site also sings in a church. Misses licssic Farrell. Jiintnl e Mills iand Jeaninette Rankini will lieave Sunday for a six weeks' trip to the Pacific coast. I lDavis of lhuttec is visiting his pliarrents in Missoula. Mrs. E. R. Raines arrived froml SeItile Wednesday to join her husalaii., ieuteni ant IRaines of the Twetity-fourth inifaintry. Mrs. Kellogg oif Whitehiau Monlitanai has returned home after a visit toi hler ilagihtcr, Misas Ruth Elsie Kellogg of the university. ir. Illimn OIwen is out after a short Inut scrious illness. l)r. Itckman is reportied a little bet ter. le has been ill for manlity weeks. liBen t reeniliond, ;irl il I litlihoodl, Mrs. Iierni un Kolihn and Miss. lazel Solomiiii. the latter Mrs. Kohli's gtuest fromi Sp kaine, went p the littler Rooit Tullay. J. i.. Ilerndon andi Mrs. F. MI. IWhli combi of Virginii City, father and sister of Mrs. Richard McKay, attended the Mc .tny-lernldni wedding in Missoula last Wedneisday. Mirs. J. I. 1. g. allrey aiind dalihttrlt of (;ranild lForks, N. I)., guests of Mr. aild Mlrs. Frank Thliias, lltt for the Pacific ct.:st 'lTuesday. Mrs. John 1)I . Rf it of l'hiladelplih,t ;., will lie in the city niext weetk ii visit aution relatives atll icltqiaintanci.l SWalter MI. hlickford of Illutte wa.i il -Missouih early -i the tweek visiting his wilfe and tliaughter, who are gituts iof A1ts. Iti,.kinrd's parents. Mris. Frederick 'thlie.. is iin Misrhl after ill aibsence of i years. She i.s vis it iug with her diiughter and so. ill I;v'., lir. 1. M. (Chliowning of the I 'uiversity of Minnesota, now ihi the Ililter Root :liby. Mrs. Thies liver hire in i.3 }s. whenlmi her husband was adjutant tn ll . I;cork/. (;itbson's staff at Fort Mi- situlia. IMrs. Willianti S. Hilehs itand haby ihavet goine lto IPortlanld to join Mr. Ililms, vhlio has the elxpress rut firom Portlanld Ito Mis.s Ida I., Fisher of the Missoulah schools is the guest of :' sister, M.lrs. G. )l. Dickinson of Stevensville. Miss Fisherlt will attend the suinie.r school at ilthe university anid restume teachihg ili tile fall. P'reparations will sooni lie mlade for work on the Presbyterian llarsohatile which is to be built next the church. It is lio he a modern structure in all particulars. D. S. MoLEOD, 4it -* Gallatin County's Assessor. Deer Lodge. ([PI'::IAI, TO INITR MOI NTAIN. Dcer lodge, June 4.--The graduating exercises of St. Mary's Academy will be held in Cottonwood hall on the evening of June 23. The Tollowing young ladies will be given diplomas: Misses May McMahon, Nellie McMahon, Adaline Faust, Agnes (Celia Faust, AbigaIl Rose ])Dunn, Elizabeth Agnes Duggan, llonora (On W\ednesday of this Week Mr. A. C. Thompson woh recently resigned his posi tion as assistant operator here, and Miss Ml rd1 Schurtz, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'obias Schurtz, were married ,in Helena. They left at once for Mr. 'rlllmpson's old home in Michigan, where they will make their home in the fu Frank Clive and W. F. Gulette returned Monday from a delightful pleasure trip to the cities on the coast where they have been for about three weeks. They stopped off a day or two in Helena on their return and were accomp.anied home Iby Mrs. Gullette, who had been visiting there. Rev A. A. Walker, formerly pastor of the Methodist church in Deer Lodge was married in Helena a few days ago to Miss WE -100 -PAGE BOOK FREE 't 0 SUPPUERES S OM CONTAGIOUS BLOOD- POISON WE CURC QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY. ntn pFtlints ulrel dZ . rs " by our oreat Di , unknown to the profellon, are to-day rounid ai 1 well, hn a V ,healtlh cllt4ren . a curedthietn. w-.""~---t,,ul I e Cured in 15to8 Days.d ,t ,,o.,mfo the sme price, under the same ruarantJy. If you pr.ferto came to Chichio, we will contract to ral.rt'l'drd tare aIn octel hlrs nai aocarge __ weolll to cur.e IF YOU HAVE td,. , .d. d , tl,.. lhe a.hs fand , pnh,,. uaoou N Plrto o the body, halfitr of i aororO ewe. /týººp0 U., a oo spots. ulcers an BLOOD POISON WE GUARANTEE ro CURE We i noi.lelth mmntobtlanole r e, aat estaren he watw M Pllen eannol, r i . c Tla h lnTnutU_ T)YOU U.Y..O i A llll) rrleUnln. We haA e thONT ulni. allelr.. a pr0cd rent l: na IJtllonn. r'. tJr roa WOLe t ,[Oa but* .ne 50- I 0)IOE 011Z0?An AA we.t COOK REMEDY CO., 1562 Masonio Temple, Chicago. 't ir- I iNolan, I hll it tll ' tl .. tl . ta 1htH me'r holuc . Cllllil.y, Itllvitlt IOsignL'. his positiont as gutard :1t tlilt penitentiary, '"'here he ha.. |lilee atamplyed for anime time'. Iev. .\. It. Mairtin all.[ family l l. t lat' Sat;urd.liy for I)illoii. walih·r they will irt fide ill the i'ntlre andl where Rev. M1.il* it has acc'ptt'tlhe llh ator.at' Of iht" li'l.,. hyteriat church. C. S. Schroederr anld f;tilty heft last Molnday for their 1,1114-1h in the Iig IIt.le Ihisnt. Mr. Slthruit her expects t I itttrn in it (itw dalys but hisi lntily will spenlIi the riellailndtl r of the stumlllll 'r there. .ir;. Walkter, whol ttrmetrly liveI hre,r. is over from Ihelehln: and will Iltake lln x tiended visit iasi the est oif hetr i:itthtt'r, M1rs. Randalll \Wasldingtn :ll family. iEdward I.orentit, whit halt Iweii i ploytI'd at thUlel. M ltlurniy to rnotlllte Ihie, left Tuesday for M.tiltiinoth, Madisonhi ciiuiti Vt . Mrs, 1er:ily ;ill liss .tlIa Barkeir wierei ii awn fromt Itutte St. iiliy as t.ists iof Mrsr - I. I . \': it tnuliiv ta l llnily. 'Ilihe) wtre t ron-lu ptinietl home by I i I It 11 i Vlin (nili lls y. .lrs. l . N . Sh.tubiuit I ih t n V Mil i .i M;Sitit! iltiat ull nt retulled tiSlltu'day (tom t\,i0 . I;her hllev half begirt to sptend the fnous/al of i" I1, (C. I;. Itirdsrve. Altit Nr ,llie Mitlls was the g1i tl iof Irs. 1. M. ,tclin I at \Vtrmi Spling-t from Saturday uliilil Monday 1:a,;: Levi Iilays lld IliLnily iinne illuti it l lt i Ittll te l t iit y iail will %l ttii' I heir h int. here during the se',i l er.l Mis Idha K'nne(.dly t'i downr ron, tit last M lltnday and 1.1, stilt'i itieet hlh iuest oft -i 'i. SItol.i.a , \lTlli ii'. Ilyti' Stiti r ritti l it tllr Is l i, liu in Iey li're f r v.ry.al i.iv<. .".!is. n i irenci Kw'lh-y swa s it i:itl hli .ttrday lliunil s il tl l:stcry n a ii Isit silh t. r 'ot'krell, J hli lrt f- t V l Isi l r h i ,': Itl.,r I ' tsih l 'll I II h . l ullh I' V l i A ,iMiss ajorie A littlii It-it Tll,. ly Ifor . hurli tr i t w 'ilh tr l otit,, i i i ill i. i otly relntivet H ni 1 a fw i, ti iitn i i ii frwu friru , l t piy Ilv. N V. Ii. 1 ,.I. ,Iy tihl ll.ar iy this il., i lty. r. Bt-itti .i a vallty, atrl ist Itha cd :l itit ir t` tue i. Avon Mondaiirry rial Ti ,ar Moy. for l r 1tlrt trip t, iSalt 'I ,ak, tut tilt hI (Mtheyi fl Ihi e i lheir Iie oitill itle r ilti of Awhich A. Ila, ltin i, elil in it aerVil l trlhis w.ttlsirure k hetl t Miss Ii :l lle wif,. ('unltli 'oina i. ,"ionllr "1. I, I, 1 .mnii h'ft forwell hisnown im this cty hl ille Saul ida. J. If. Steihutlerg of y iarl, owa, is il theIRA W. y. II. CII. londucto returne P d Suiingday fromston. it week's stay it AII rlevia. Lee Williams anti siiter, Miss Blessie. are home from the Il#tenull school. Father Phelan is at St. Ignatius mis iutu attel ing h file umn li retreat this week. Anaconda. P'VC'lAI, 1 INlTll ItIOUNTA,%I .1 Anaronda, Jtule 14. We'dne-iday after noon Miss Eva Acklin of this city and Mr. Thomas Beattie Of ,ltonida, were united in marriage at the home of the rnld's sii,ter, Mrs. W. M. Montgomery, No. 421 Ilit'kry street, It was it a llict homii' wedding, only relatives and a few intimate friends beinK present. The cere(mnl y was per formed by Iev. W. 11. .t,:t.r. Mrs. Beattie, nee A'klin, is a member of Anaconda'.- sociity circle and exceedingly popular in this city, Mr, Beattie is a well-known stockman or the Centennial valley, and is at present manager of th- W. M, Montgomery ranch near Monida. Mr. hnd Mrs. Hlleattic htft Wednesday evening for a short trip to Salt lake, and other Utah points, at the conclusion of which they will miake their home on the ranch of which Mr. lHealtie is general manager. lielfron were married last "ruesday it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dunn, No. ;,t last Third street, in the presenice of a few fllii'nds, Father Coopl n ian performing the ceremony. Both and Mrs, L.undburk are well known in this city and 'have resided here for a number of years. IRA W. SHOOP, TIhlly itl rtr,",l onI fli \1ertl(111uht1 |r.i'l| fr a'i IIiI , tilt I'| .ih e co a t. I' pot, theiri I tllll tl y')' will IImaI.k. :.\i.col'tla their iay i eveningi . iI h .'r well ,'ni .n here. iht.y Nt'ii I siiie penna intilly in An llIconda. The I.;4li t ' ;I'tl lI t' the Ifpi, t opal chu111't "ili' ;I 'n . card pally last 'I'.u 4'lnly lI ir't l lim t amt 4v . In.g in fhle re'11.t4 . iolll wrt' s.lVt.'d to : I 1111. olIih' r 4 f1 l.. \I i~ land Ti,"1)rn elas retur 1nedl homne f'om Sai t L..ake alter her fllioni g )-i aet il' lll l.. 'I.II ' ; hi h44 .r I1'44lll 'll 4 41' 4 .l'4ll ill Itow. 1 ,d Ilall i'm.lin tr . M14 . II ..dnI.aI of I .Sheridan, Mo.I., one ol f ,Mis '1 I ije l *.. SIlhnni.al . i al' i' np.i n d her honl. .1l1. v .il ,,t sev ra11 l ,i in AIa4oi' .I 4 i 4s4. M ,rtIIt Italy a1 l, her 1,,1 lllhhtlr, 41i , Ilart l,.I, artivst, in A'n'4 .1 4tl.laI Ihi.lom N itw , Y lk Lh ..1 \ N min',.Iay 'evining. 'I hey l rill r min 4in en4 ,, l'viral ',treks Blhrt' r'l, lil1 i . l i',g I t r ' ' I In t ,m I 'e 1 llrr id n' ' in O 1w' I'iltelr (o t' valle y. 144l,,' . iary '. Naas', a eII m ler fl the colrp . 01 illnlt llit tmt. . 11t th11 e I'tl.lh Sta e rll . (,,'o, l'.,+ ( l h ll ', neen npan.1l i., yi 'l41. , a Ii.',,., 4 . 4, 4 1,n 4- i, rlth :Ir, 4it. iI .. Ma. deh Ililfli.lh h11l Lost i n v ,,,y 11 the I'.i .t She ' . pe d th... Mi ',.. 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I I h ciy . , ill ,r, Ito l t. , Kirly .,r, ti :rrie.l it t1,e tirc,, ,h ilvt. it ian I ll,10l lty I,I 1,,",. 1 I I). in litrr. 'h yon11 . I C lle wilhl Ilake ular ytttti ladies, 'i' v nititis frietils tt I I, . ;i. t ~ 1wa 1it i hill1 City Sl turdayll V. . ,.hi . 4 -1" ptA e lil1ndive1 trtillulaua tcnr.i wa s il.l t owl lI' . h uelday. lll ly. I' lr,:o b ln uts, wn, ,t v,,l by InI, h11,14.".. " hr illI/ i olnt.,.d by 11,,. S,,l n e.' , il'r hle r:Uve I.anll,, w .re ;i Wi't. A slh for thi, liMres. N1 Mrs.ith ,.rcd .. illolly wlt 111 p;ilty giv,'n by \Ir. Spl'hia w..', iMl ,'vry ptlk thle irst of tile wety nfor y Wble social ('Kail oof wal cin atld proved tlh .a re'., in all particular,' the pains am1 ,hItarts of that hlaly warranl'ld. "r'Ii10-4. pRore.tud t lit parly wlered tiy Mie Shil, Ily. aly va, Nora Poole, IhThula ' uoole, Mackt'ri., Mau Mackenzie, V hhm. and alMroy, and M.r:.rs. . 1. I.Wil litm., I.la tst, I1. deli. SI ilh, Ih tolr , I',ck' vi.i, Kelly, (rtenwoolld, W\'hilehill, ( lark ta t ohi l a ps. o,'rsyth, June 14. ,. 'J. Vail of Miles I ily was in Fhorsyth Satudi rday Jnugihn..r Ickel., ha, returned fronm the Braihinrd Milnn.) hospitail, where hIe went .111 litout iagnonv ten t ofn, sikne.s. Mrs. ien Neill, who has i ' a residisnt (f Forsyth for a.veral y.:arn, died at her home in the ttatern part of thf city Sun day iif all epileptic stroke. Appropriate Services were held at thli hni;c Mlihay afternoon, ev. C., 1). HIa11er ollicialhlg, and lhie remains were interred tit the t.tic (cry east of the lily. • Misx Hattie Lan., who has l1tue attend ing college at Provo, Utah, for thi(i pest year, returnled hioe Sunday for her s.ul Andrew Ahrents and Miss Gladys Mtes .'eng,.r, both of Kirby, were ..arried tit the Amecrican hotel parlors T".esdray by Rev. C. ). D)anner. The young couple will make their home at Kirby, Mies Pearl Kane, one of Fcrsyth's pfop ular young ladies, is visiting friends at Falls City and Omaha. Nei). Ii. G. Wright was in Miles City Saturday and Sunday. C. W. Houston, the Glendive trainmtas ter, was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Gibbon went to Meadow Creek the first of the week for a visit with Mr. Gibson's parents. William Kamhoot was in town from Rosebud Tuesday.