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[Doings of Society.
HIlS week has been one of pleasant flutter among the younger set. The all absorbing graduation or colllnlllceinent gown has ibeen the topic of conversatioln and the dilpair of the ltosy miodliste. A clutter of shitmlmnerilng organllieh and dainty lact. has characterized the hoIme of the "sweet-girl graduate" andi there h.iq been as much of cutting nld fittiing as though there were to he as many brides. The portentous day when the girl stu dent says her vahldictory to her Alim lMater has eitue :alIl henceforth her Iueclid andl c'aear," bridges will give wavs' t more vari, d. lit lit less ardlituos social dulties. IIi thisi rare tInne days anything other thian dlintiilness of .Io n wottl lc a sactiihge a; ul ill-tintid for the m;lideli. "Stanling \\ith re ilntantt feet \\ ihre the brook anid riser (eet." andl fir \i hiu "\Vm\'o nhood Iuntl chi1,hll nd li, t." 'The occcasitn is attliuned to the time f sytr jull the b unt.; ifull \si.:lthel r or n-llllllll sitrate ith the o';nsion,. - It is lin ant that ill a; s like these( the gr;iaduate shoul lind herselIf in all thie loilitg vigor iand glory of hter )lyouth, rehl.ised froti hir tlllldent hooks sk :Iod ah rig i Iro!,llel s illntl free to give till riin to her whotlesomen energy ill the shlil dl lu rrli l tio ill l.l oulll il nent of social life. All joy to the stt ,, I irl gr.inili te. M1,1 ithe frislI roi ini.s f the futurle as it appc-:irs to hter oi, w eiha t'.e, if it utitist chanee, .. lly r;vidnally to the lint uf Sitlh, i r ,l ros s. COMPLIMENTARY SIPPING. Mrs. Fayette Harringtcn Eitort]ins at T. a for Mrs. Geoffrey Lauzier. thi, It - I,'n- t of the uii k i was its. 1"; l t, II, arrill .!t l'e . t, a, '.llm li lentIar to, .It-. ,( ,,ret .. I ,iLt/i 'ir. \\,ho I;\ate" \\',hln .I. day i,,r lis-,a 'lla. t IIt . 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St orga \1 ilni,nis, I'hur1 ,, I',<tton, i harh.s Aylwin, !e. Strashitliger, i I. iti l, eat tit. 1. S. 11<.i . I . ,"1 , . H. icki', lI. k. II. I'axson. I.I hn, IGiblh. John I.ill.d y. Ii'uiwe oblinson, I'. I!;ininilu . t', Ih' bldoc~k, I hau-rhs k ekt. telleh"r m,.l l l 1 In.rs. n; hlisses I. Til tol, I'earl llans.n, Julia thorg;an. \ iTla Ih rulia , Daisy )ii al on, I Xargairtl l'ck ist.n, ellusn I'lc o ts, Ila \\ alktr, Maa ,a ilt y of i reait Falls, Stella l, Iwrvy, Aia !.Lary. Aha .M;a'ks. Mike Russell, 'h in h nRsell, 1tcl:7 Russell, .ttaudl lick lids, '. ailrhietr, it l Si anders, t I attie San oders. I lia ti) lders, nnii iiiei Scallo , Kiatle Orr, Hllttie Young. :lIla Coodale, Sidle !ulllly, \tllie Lna-d, Freda Struts r gcr, ,.dith ltickforal, Geraldine Furbis, Julia flhmIn and Ii ,l Wallace. Musicale and Spread. Othe of the prettiest allairs of the week was the il<sical soirce and spread given by Miss Sadie Finnegan to the mnembers of the W. (). W. landolin club and a few MISS ALICE RALSTON, Dt ,. Debutarte of Butte Seiety Who Has Ju et Returned From Sohcol in Helena. other frienls, Wednteday evening. The roomt were veritable bowers of exquisite carnations and American heauties inter mingled with greenls. The collation servedl was most ldlicious aill the prettily dlecorated tables cave the daintty delicacies a tempting apptarance. The guests were I)r. J. kinkel, Mr. E. Manninjg, Mr. Lew Tl'homp,:oni, Mr. ld Thompson, ill of the Mandolin club, and Miss Edith Iolrelttntl, blis' Mate Keto, Mrs. NI. Wallace. Miss. lhrel Wal lacee, .Miss, Stella \Witggin'., Dr. J . ('ow p.rthwrnite, Mr. I. a(;Insbeirger lIan Mr. lien C o's.y. a . h' le tio s were giv len by thil m uisical cittrie and Miss Itorenrum cotrilbuted several cleverly executed piano iulmbers. Mis .Ia Kiti' swee.t sopraillo wIas ls n healrd in ieceptable solo. -4 - GIVES A KLONDYKE PARTY. Mrs. E. A. Morley Pleasantly Entertains With Cards. Mirs. I.' A. MNirley teflerte a niutmber of li r fris .ls a "Khidyke"' party Wed iIs ilv aftieroll'lril it her home it n West (.Jaiti / street. Thel roim were. deilorat 'l i in \\i t.i rose' , a rnali,.li liland smilx. In1 tlhe .o.ntest , .is Joilin IS's is won tlt. first prie a pretty water olur, Mll Mrs. \ ~it. r I nllant sl oreid si,'lll , eing lthe rtcil nt it a I~e autiful cuti glass . ,h on Ni. I'. A. Ir in ti.,, sister of tli hnuet'st , i., id il renitiving lthe gil s,. ,l, l I'I. lit iS .,s followh s: M.,sdaiim, \\. . Siniti h, \\..I. ,Alexander, l'ayette i' l;.arrington. W . 'C. Le, ., liihn A. lh-g.. NI. N1. Miller, A. .. Ithai . II. (PI ;,,rm .;m+ \Vm.n Share,, T. It, Moonr., I hllard. 'hirts Ill'hirse, John I i' is,. I. T. t .litr.., M. I. :lacN' vin, Manry I'mirr.rson J t.U. Nt' leackin, BIrad I, k. A. II. \Veth Cy, Irani k, J. \V. Mutr phy. ct harle's Swiinbtrrl. J. II. Vivian, G. I. l.ym tn, l oih1i eillie, I. llind. Ihomnlas l velle. .i ('. S llivan. W . S. Talii tt, C. I'. l ii n iin . J. i\', I hom is I. A. Kunkle, F. T. lholbruok, II. I-.kefeller, 1). tantmp I sllt, IE" ee t 'i rrll, Miary Shrop, John Loc khairt, J. NI. White. J. Ii. Harper. Kate Turert ille. ('h rnes, Matti'on. Misse's Ada Moor'. Esther I'ttihone, l.izzie Pett.i hone. ., tIrtie Pettihone, llnillma lt, Mlae Sulliv;nc , Jtan Sullivan, l, l Marvin, l.ulu Ire itte, Kl tie Ilu ghti . Tclfer, Mlargrct eiin; IFlora (;reene. l Iugictic \t \ thcy, I'. Irons, Mniry 'Itcirv. .... + - Pleasant Card Party. Mi-s lhio Mardi erntertainewd frinds at the hinte of NIrs. ('Iares ir, ntlice Sat urdly, ther, being right tables,. he rooms weIre pretily dehirated tiil a dainty fun cthei was servete at the tIables wsltett the Mirs. Sanit MNfllfat was the lucky scorer ,tlh won the first price, a hlandsome tray clohth oif lt xican drawn work. Mrs. J. .uilter wast awsarded the secondt prize, a pIretty' hand p.lilnttd pliate. 'I he coinlctsta.tiis we, re : Nlr.. C. MT. I'rtie.t, Mrs.. I. . SN th, , Nirs. . . P. irennan, Mrs. Il. A. Morley, Mrs . J. 11. Ildl. .irs.C.('. I .Nlack ur iin, Mrs. Dan ilr'wn. Mrs. John Ilaines. Mrs. 1. Nicken litch,. Mrs. A. \h illi s. M i't.s . I, i . ('ion nelly, rs. . Iisarv;i l NI U ke.fteller, .l rs. N . \V. 'hivel, y. i , rs. .11. 1, NMiller, MI rs. I;, er'e I liak, Mlis. N.. Stewart, Mrs. \\ill ilni \I, xidter. Mrs. Charles h \V;lhev. Mrs. Stlltzr. Mlrss . tt ii'xa ,n Mi. Mary Moraniili. Pli>s Kate M Sor pi. Pai r F;ty l.ing. M i i K. 1)ritsi,.ll., . is Nellie i ('i lin. M iss h!a Farrow. Miss (i'. iret Miss itiisabel Downiy. Miss Eniia Voltz, Mis', Agnes \V,ill, Miw.11 Iutni(. \Vall. Miss "I hena Rich ;li,]s and M iss Harriet Itallo,. Pleasant Surprise Party. Johunie towew. a well-known elehtrician of SaIt Lake ('ity, who is visiting his p;'enls, Nir. tand Mrs. Josiah Il .€ge,, was pleasantly surprised Wedne sday eve ring. An excellen't e'ntertaitnienii wasi. ren idered by ai iltuatirtt t'consisting oif Mies.rs. Ar-gall, Kitto. Martin ;ind (lpit. necitt pa niiil by .MiNs Aniiet i . Nlartitn at the piano. Singin.ig ad i;oll'nes were ilndulged in till midnilight shii refreshiiutents were served. Where the Lillies Bloom. iEnsconced. in s cid's sw.ell nw drig a meirry party of yioung folks on pleasultre bent drove out of the city this morning liu'nd for the Nine Mile houise. Horns, imegaphones and all the noisy accompillaniments of such ain outiig were in ev'idence and the imusical onls of the crowdl held in reserve the less hilharious imusical instrtumentts fur the properly ap-. preciative environtilent of th le picnic which was to follow. Lunch hampers generously filled were also there and the party was fully equipped for a merry day of it. Th6 tally-ho will return with the picnickers this evening. The merrymakers are Miss Ellis Rick. ards, Misses Mamle and Ella Driscoll, Miss Isobel Jones, Miss Alice Busbee, Miss Julia Sanders, Misses Lila, Elza and Theo Russel, Mr. Henry Neumann, Mrs.. John Corette, Mr. Jack Wortman, Mr. Harry Tallant, Mr. Wilfred Johnston, Mr. Frank Johnson, Mr. Wey Pillsbury, Mr. Marvin Jcnkins and Mr. Guy Davidspn. Mrs. J. K. McDonald acts as chaperone for the party. --+ TALLY-HO PARTY AND PICNIC. Grade Graduates Celebrate Merrily the 'Loosening of School Bonds. It was the biggest tallyho in town that left from in front of the Lennox this nmorning, laden with as merry a party as one meeight fihl iin many a day's journey. Miss IHazel Wallace was the happy hos NMiss W\\all;ace and a Imlt.)er of others inl the party gradluated this week from the eighth grade a tlu the tallyho party uandl picenic is give:n to her friends ,in celebration of release Irolt btooks and problems. 'Ihe tallyho took the 3; merry ones to the N ine Mile house, where the pleasures of !picnicking were ieemedliately entered: uponl. They will return late this after Mrs. M. W\\'allace. mcether of the hostess, ch:lapereonel. the party atnld is a Iparticularly elept;llc clhapleron at luncheon time, for MIRR MABEL SMITH, Who Is Back From Deer Lodge Where She Has Been Attending School. she had provided an abundant supply of good things to cat. Miss Sadic Finnegan assisted in serving the lunch and Mits \\'innic Squires, teacher of the Eighth r:tlde, was the only other "gro n'lupl in the party. !Miss Ilazel's juvenile gust s are: Misses (;ertrtlde Nuckolq. Frances ':trroll, Julia I organm Jessie \Wharton, Lillian Shackle ton, I' rtriudle Shacekleton. Abbie IBacheler, losic M.\cNlty, Maisters I);n Hanley l.ew Kante. Lester tarly, Joe Iarly, Gilbert Thomas, Lewis 'lark, Frank Ki(llleen, Jay V\'an (undy, Harry Mi (uaive'. Will llar non. \Viiiifred n;uon, Chester Palmer and Fred I nllllunr. --4 - -- Personal Notes. Dr. Ilertha \tackel and I Miss Iottic left Thursday evening for St. Paul, where they will spend several weeks. MIr. and .irs. A. J. Davis left on Fri day of last week for Spokane. Their trip will tie a brief one as they are cx pected honie early in the comning week. Mliss .lary G. Kcllet returned to her Ilutte homite Sunday evening. NMiss Kellet, since her graduation from tile Einerson school of oratory in Itoston some weeks ago. has been visiting ini Pennsylvania. Miss Madge Sheehan, the popular trained tnurse, has returned to ltttte, hav ing spent several itonths in the cast with Mirs. A. J, Davis. Mr. Paul Pratt, who ihas been attend ing the School of Mines during the past year anid who mnade a brilliant record in his work there, left on Friday of lst week for Libby, Montana, where he wall enjoy tihe various suiiiiuier recreations of that place. Miss .Maude Carlisle, niece of Mrs. II. S. Clark of Ilutte, was married a short tiie ago at Pu eblo, tColoradtlo, to Mr. ('harls Milton Mock of Chicago. The bride's sister, NMiss May (arlisle, is well known in Butte society circles. The wed ding it as a very brilliant one socially. Mtrs. Arthur It. Clark and two children have gine to NMitnie;aolis to spend the AMrs. ('harles NMorris of Pony is visit ing her muother, Mrs. John \\'antlter, this week. ---+-- The Kismets Entertained. .Mrs. Itnat;ius D)oninelly entertained the Kismet club Maotilay a;fternoon at the Donnelly residence on North Washington street. 'Thle ooms wcre tastefully decor ated with cut flowers iin pretty effect. Mrs. D)onnelly is noted ii society circles of friends for her dainty luncheons and the collation srvedt after tie contest was up to her usual standltarld. MIrs. Fired Squires was the fortunate winner of the first prize this week, her re ward being a ipretty watercolor Last efully framned. Mrs. DIavid DIickson won thei sec ond prize, a silver reant ladhl. t, rs. C. V. Fulton was awnrdcd the consolation,i a linen handkerchief. The contestants were-: Mrs. I. D)onnel ly, Miss Dorothy Suprnitallt, Mrs. T. A. Grigg, Mirs. David D)ickson. Mrs. Fred Squires, NI rs. II. C. L.aughlin, MIrs. P'. Mullins, Mrs. WV. W. ('heeley, Misses Mar guerite and Agnes Reinhart, Miss K. Stew art, NMrs. C. NM. Prentice, Mrs. G. E. D)e Snell. Mrs. Charles Wathey, Mrs. Charles Wathey, Mrs. Charles DeVail. --4-+ Bohemians Enjoy Dance. AMrs. J. N. Kirk entertained the Bo henmian club'at dancing at Columbia Gar dens Thursday evening in honor of Mr. C. V. Fulton, who leaves tomorrow for the East. The comnpany was a jolly one and much nmerriment was managed. 'A sup per was served at midnight by NMrs. Kirk at her home. Those entertained were Mr. and Mrs. I. Macfarland, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. FultoyI Mr. and Mrs. F. Jcco, Mr. and Mrs. Marsden Burns, ~iiss M. King, Miss Lydia Smith, Mr. Jim Baldwin, Mr. Mansel Doyle, Mr. Phil Carr, Mr. Beebe, Attor ney General Donovan of Great Falls, Mr. W. Krum and Mr. Hlenry Newmann. LUNCHEON AND MUSICALE. Splendid Baritone from New York De lights the Music Lovers. Mrs. Sam T. Johnstone was hostess at a charming luncheon, supplemented by a most delighttul musicale, Monday, the affair being in compliment to Richard lidgely of New York, who was her guest during the early part of the week. Mrs. Johnstone's rooms were bowers of floral beauty, the mingling of the sweet scents of roses, lilacs and carnations, which were profusely used in drawing room and dining-room, delighting the s.n.ses both in appearance anll fragrance. The luncheon table was prettily deco rated with vases of pink and white roses, flanking a splendid centerpiece of massed pik and white sweet peas and smilax. I he table, with its elegant aplointtents, lharmning decorations and dalnty viands, presented a most inviting appearance. American Ieauty roses in fragrant and beautiful profusion were used in the draw i',g room. The guests at lulchelon were: (ichard Hidgely, Mrs. J. II. l)inston of .\iaotmla, Mrs. C. W. Clark and Mrs. Fred Ilulbrook. The supplementllary tmusicale was en led, d by a circle of the music lovers of loitce. Mr. kidgely. who was formerly . ith tile Metrllitan English Grand ri pea comlpany of New York, delighted thie preset with several selections from ir,.miat and It.alian opera, also with Inuisie ront tile classics. Ilis slplendid h ritne i,,te was indeed a treat. anl each favor ;tas amet with relc.ltcd calls f.r an encore. Mrs. W. Barrie liamilton's slplendid con tralto was heard inl solo anI Mrs. Jack \\illoughl,y 'Thomas favored tihe callers w ith her clear soprani. Mrs. Charles (lark and Mrs. J. II. l)urston were accotm I..mlists. In additiotl to the luncheon party tihe guests were: Mrs. W. Harri Ilamiil 1,, Mrs. F. WV. MecCrimmon. Mrs. Charles Morris of Pony, Mrs. I. I.. ttCunningham, .Mrs. W. I.. Rennick, Mrs. Charles ('open harve, Mrs. Will ('lark, Mrs. Geoffrey Ilautiier, Mrs. W. W. I)ixon and .Mrs. Iraimk BIoucher. -4. Dinner and Dancing. WV. W. \\Wishon added more fame to his already fanmous reputation as a hot rThurs day evening by his dinner given in hot Jr of Mr. and Mrs. I). V. Buckley. I the drawingroom decorations were of carnia tini.s, and those of the table were ex quisite roses ;and ferns. The place cards swere hand-painted and the faIors were d;ainty corsage bloutiqets of rises. 'The Italian orchestra was in attenrdance, ;!irl after dinner the guests spent the cvctl ii g il dancing. Those entertaine d wire: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Noon. Mr. and .Mrs. I). V. lhuckley. Misses Mae and Margaret Reiihardt, Miss Agnes llaolla,. Mis Aamice Dillon, Miss Pearl IHanson, Sellers I.argey and Carroll Hlarrison. 4+ - Concert and Social. At the P'reshyterian church. which had been decorated for the occasion, thie Chris tian Eindleavorers gave an entertaining con cert, followed by an enljoyable social. The Butte Iligh School orchestra con trihutied muolsic and .ots.s brea Jollistune charmed the gathering with her sweet soprlritio voice in "Ju it lecanse I Love You," respondilig alsO to anl enlclire. Several other miicitcal Iiiniumbers of merit were given, the athir beiniig a thtrough suCtess. ---- .-. Gives "Elephant" Party. MIrs. Alexander Adlerson entertaitned at iut "elephant" party Tuesiday afternooni at hi.r hoiii. oil East Mlercury street. 'The principal feature of the progranm was a cointcst enteredl iiinto by the score of gluiets with much laughter aniu gusto. A large of black cloth was giveni each guest, tIghcthter with white braid, which was to be sctin to the cloth inl the design of an cle hnrs. rls rrll turne t a veryt. Mrs. Charles Farrell turned out a very GERALD MacCALLUM, Nephew of Mrs. J. D. Searles and Fre quent Visitor in Butte from Anaconda. creditable pachydermi and was awarded tie iirst prize, a beautiful black and white pIicture in antique frame. Mrs. M. Wallace won the seconlid Irize, a iretty wedgewood plaque, and as the judges avowed the atteimpt of Mrs. I)an Broet n to be the very worst, ,hi. was givenll the consolation prize, a toy clI phant of dliiinutive size. --.5.-.-9 League Officers Elected. A pleasant time was ia l at the Tl'rinity 1. E. church last Monday ,evening at the Iection of league officers for the incoming 'ix Illonths. Refreshlnents were served and a social time enjoyed, Officers are: John Cole, president; William Richards, secretary; Mliss C'ora Lenlllonls, treasurer; first vice president, Miss Anna Hlositng; second vice president, Miss Mabel Collins; third vice president, Mrs. Flornce Colt; fourth vice president, Miss .llen Hawk. --4---- Concerning the Pedagogues. Professor and Mrs. \\. I.. Leonard and Miss Minuie Leonard leave this week for Y limlesota, where they will spend the sum mer vacation at Lake Minnetonka, Pro fessor and Miss LIonard will attend the MRS. C. V. NOROROSS, F£,N t'' . , Wl K I.1 w::: I Well ~ ~ I:i~~LX · Kgow Mebro ut oceyWh ttran rqety national eluceatioztal meeting at lMinne aholis. Irof. W\. S. Ki ig left Sundayt for a visit to Clecveland, (). After some weeks there he will go to New \'urk to study it connection with the work of his dellpart iment in the School of Mines. IProf. L.eoin 1<. iFoote hasi gonie to Ash vile, Kan., where he will spend a p;art of his vacation tt ith relatives. I.later lihe will gei to Iostonl to study. .Mrs. FootCe aecoli punied himn to Ath ille. Prof. II. Iowitnani has gonet to lioatnon, where he till study electrical work during, the sumimer. Miss I'iiina Maddein. Miss I. 1)ric.ll m,.I Miss Al., ('llin will study :t rl.Tht!ui Vineyard dturir,g their vacatio:l. --4--- Impressive Ceremony. An impressive mnethod of instillini, lpatriotism is that which has been adot ted by the tac.chers of the city sell.l,, this weestk. Thie ..incoln. Icfte rsin, iainei . \\:.lah inllgton IIl (;retly .clho os each Ullveilk, s\ith litlting ceremnonly a bust of the greait statesalin I; whose ilulrll the ie ol htool b .ears, and paitriotic esays anil sketches of the lives of our country's great mieli wetlc real by thle pupils. Such a iprogranm could not fail to imprlierss the young iiniid itl the best of patriotic senitiiment lil the Iit iory of ilt- closiing week of the uttle schools this ylear will linger long anlid with ienloling tlsc. Several of the lusts were plrsented to the schliools y nitte residenut. At the l.iincoli schr l a spleidlid buti of the great emancipator, prtiesented tiy Mris. tW. O. Speler. was impiressively Uinveiled, the prize essay Il thie life tf dIincolu be.ing read by .Miss l)rta Johnsuie, its Ibriglht little aiuthoress. Children at Clark Home. Blright illuminations and the general atmosphere of ft stivity chiaracterizedl the Will A. Clark, Jr., hote last night, anil a wealth of Ieautiful loers llland greetnery betokened the mierriimenet within. It was a children's party. given by Mrs. ('lark in hoinor of little Rita Itellinger of Spokane, who is visiting Miss Julia liorgan. About 85 little boys and girls enjoyed the Clark hospitality. The large ballroom had been prettily trimined with flowers and ferns and the little folks danced troui 7 to it o'clock to o the strainsl of a hidden orchestra. They were then sulmnoned to the spacious dining room, which was aglow with bright lights twinkling through massed greenery and flowers, and a most delightful repast was set before thent. At midnight they were promptly whirled away in carriages, the meilmory of a ntost de lightful party to linger with them ill their dreamis. ----4-$--- Class Dance for the '02's. I' nishaw hall was beautifully decorated and brightly illumuinated last night for the Ilighl School hope, ait which the class of 'o3 entertained the class of 'o2. The hosts attended to the arrailgteitim ts in a mainner strongly applreciated and the hop was at occasiotn of fuill aond jollity. Thlie decorat ions were furnished with a lavish hanid andl artistically distributed, and anll abundant supply of ices aInd re freslhients a a btillet regaled the dlancers throughout thie eeling., lergstroi's or chestra was in attendance and filled the hall with the ierry strains of imasire waltz a:ill nideux teitilp. The affair was most etijoyalle and a thoroitugh arti tic success. The class I)tmi ttt will be tithe next social alffair in II igh School cir-les. Luncheon at the Gardens. Mrs. 11. 1. W\ illit iis entertained a nt n 'her of her friends in a delightful liaunler Wedncsday, 'overs were laid for eilitt at an ealborate lunichton at the 'olunt lia (Gardlens calfe, the luncheon aplrtitneit hieing hIialitifutlly decorated in fragrant pink and while carnations, wilth graceful clusters of the lotissntts nloddinig over nmassed ases oif smnilax and ferni leaves. Thie favors weret dainty little hotlutitets of pansies tied wisth pttrplte ribbon. The guests were: Mrs. lHenry Root. Mrs. W. Ilarric liamilton, Mtrs. Bruce Kre iler, Mrs. J. V. ILonlg. Mrs, Jantes WV. For his, Mrs. Lawrence larris, and Mrs. Geouf frey L.au.zier. ---- Mrs. McCrimmon's Dinner, MIrs. F. W. McCrimnino entertained at an elaborate dinner last Saturday in honor of Mrs. W. I.. Rennick, The table decorations were particularly pretty and novel, the centerpiece being of white lilacs and sweet peas, massed in a soft summer girl's hat, trimmed in green ribbons and the, sides caught up and tied with white liberty satin ribbon. Covers were laid for twelve. The guests were: Mrs. W. L. Reunick, Mrs. Will Clark, Jr., Mrs. W. B. Hamilton, Mrs. -Fred Holbrook, Mra, C. W. Clark, Mrs. H. W\. 'Turnier, .\l rses Viola and Elma Hor gun, Miss IHattie Young, Mrs. Jit Forbi, and Mrs. llenry Root. -4 RECEIVE MANY PRESENTS. M. M. Trudgen and Miss Townsend Have Pretty Wedding. 'Coroner S. P. Joihnson's cosy house, No. I t18.18 .ast S·t'll street was tlhe scene of a pretty wcddhling 'Tlhtrl.iv evenintg when Mlattt, w M. Trudgent aind lMis lilanche Tlowinsend were unittdl in marri:age. :ttir' tennie tilnder was lridesimaid aid Charles 'I ritr li ,1 was liest nuan., The Iride was dressed in creaim silk ai thei groom was in costume de rigour. A re-eptio ttn uil ai suppler iollowed the cere tnour . Iolrnwinig is a lis.t iof the wcedling prrceti: Silver chalinhg diish, Jiolii Mor gaitn ali wife; lied spread, Ii. I. Ctharles atll wife; sof, piltlow anId teapot. C. II. Biowisan andt t iife; ,rfa pillow, Tom and Babily Tophr.lian: tale linen, latties Kemp anrl wife: silver pickle castor. , Jhn F. S iitill ; china tea set. Judge Ntloii chiihna ildiinir set, . I'. TridgeI n aniid wile; cut glasss berry dih, \\illiam lhowden and wise: cut glass silt ..nd pepper cellers, Willii ThiMioay: irdi idnual salt and pl pIlr ce' l ir-;, .st r Iarl Johnisoni silver fith knits cl ,e. 1 . T Ihibault and wife; silvtr real, Loa Mr F. Tonge: purse and re5, ia oil . l inserd ; check for $-.u, Charll es Ihinicr: thiia pilate., Mis" Is'ri.a ('Iar es. : silver ti a spoons. Salitul lHniidt r rni1 wife; silver sugair shell and iutter knifl, Martin S.chlichl:ing silver itaspv niis, c('irlT.ule l'rldgeni celery anltd pickle dishes and silver teaspoons. Minnie anid Clifton Iladisty llaviland cholp plate, iJoe l)ernsiitr and wife; pair pictures. . 1i.s lentnite lin .r: silver kii es alind fiorks. I. W. Ilh ris tisld i fe; wine set. M11ary Mayotte: silver tea set Riobert I)inlr;l after dinnel r coffee sploons, . \\. Shiecrs; comniliitnrtiitn book case and swritine desk aind glhi wsltch ind elhilin, Sannl I., lohnson an id wife, IParl Brainard. \\W. E. lilswortl: llirry spoons, .Mrsl . Mary "i.tni setid. R.adlild, Me.; letry lspoons, .Mrs. Nellie Collins, Reaidfield. le. ; picture. Airs, Jessie Ingersoll, idatho; ontey fir beefsteak, Fit Ilardisty anii Franik Fye, Melrose, M'tont.; ta;illesllioos. Mrs. Id Ilardisiy, iMelrose, Monti,; gold bricel t, Mr. and Mrs. John .. I lariisty. .Melrose, Mont.; diresser set, Nfr. Saiimuel Miller, Ilarrislurg, Pa.; teasploons. Mr, aind Mrs. Arthur Cook I larrisbirg, P'a taible linen, Mr. and .Mrs. A. Nodle, Weiser, hIlaloni hooks, John ('ortz, C'ol.; flowers, Mr, and .Mrs. J. T. Argyle, Splokirane, \Vasrni.. Mr. and Mrs. l'rtritgen will niake their home at No. ti 2 (I 'lah avenue. OF THE COMING EVENTS. Shadows of the Social Whirl That Are Cast Before. Tihose "grlitrles" are awakenirinig. 'rhe conscluentiial event of tihe oli se.as:lit will be thie elaborate golf hincheon t blie given at the club house Mrlday. Florist ()Oehmiiler has the decorratiions in charge and it is tnilerstoodl the luncheoni roomt will ire convertred iinto a floral rower. 'The affair will Ie toine of the imost elabor ate aid faslhiornale of the season. Two othier iportant luncheons are scheduled for thle weiek aln there will ie a lilberal nItnlber of small-fry tea parties, card horts, ping- pinig soirees, etc. 'lThe younger set too, now that the pilea:s. uilt flutter of graiduation is over, will en. tier rupont its vacationii gaieties anid the rotund of Ihops and tallyho parties has alrcady begun. Biaseball is recroming tremerndolrsly lpoptl lar and there is scarcely a gairue bilut hasi its enthuilsiastic granid staind atudience. This wholesomie sport deserves the poput larity it is winning in Butte, anti stlationed, as the grountds are, at thIe greenest liand prettiest spot in till Silver Bow county, thle sport should ie additionially attrac tive because of the pleasant apputlrtentt-. ai ees. And Mattfieldl at last! Tuesday eve ning will find Sutton's Broadway filled with lutte's elite to pay tribute to the artist and witness the acting of tihe ar list. Iteautclaire will prolbably have one of the most fashionalble audiences of the season. And there will be fashion beyond thle footlights also, or, at least, tmuch stage fashion and elalborativenttess of cos tume. Mansfield is said to be a lavish and most particular dresser and the rich costumes displayed biy himself and his entire company will dazzle and bewilder, Her Ninth Birthday. Little Ruth Martin celebrated her ninth birthday right mterrily at the apartmnents of her parents in the Bee Hive block, a goodly tnlumber of little friends assisting in the mnerry-making. The rooims were prettily decorated with honeysuckle, wild (Conitiinued on Page 14.)