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N OW that summer is well untlr tay antl the eveninlgs bnlmy, the sptlendil opportulliti.s of the Cottuntry club an' i1-. ing alppreciteld ilind takeln ~ldvt'lnlitage of with imuch sp llt. Not only di the tired golfers in the "red, red sunselt' seek the grateful comitforts 0f the Iltltty c.liu house, there to sip retreshliing tea or "it le' the gllb' s famous "Ix-l.lord" punl'h, but buggies, c an ti Itii, to dr te 1,i to its doors, illl oltel thl e o p:ins;ll alight antid enjoy injiurual dancinig aidI ,anId wiches. Luring the last week, sinte, lee he cIhase bIy ti. i It lck ,lid li : h. l l i llt n establ lishel ilnll ,atollull, the cl:l lt'u, It.h , conll e ito be liiliy appre it.illl ll. Al: f'm til i u tIt )0 lu , tihe iart iipl i' For a while th'e promoters of the rl.h llwere t . tilti 111 l Iit the appareniiii t la:i. 1of awt i -..l. "t I n Ii itl. tI llllh I re has bel,i 1tin I t.i-i' ,fr it .'ll tlth.l the pretity Ci l!vh for the, ,l, l i t' lts l il th . ,.lt Ih,,.' n ' ,1 of-door 1.lr.t, m dl the ,n.n. lhi are ,I " , ly a delight ln sii-t.1 in ha nnouk o, r l ,,,y chair within the :h:,h'-, s o, the v anhmmnu vinets. .lil.lt r .t iittI ;.:e nl , intl it thll Iii Iand!t i u l 1 t 11 1 1ii' e llll l rt t )'l)l I 11 1 . I thallt ili r .11 I. v .1 ." l , g , h er. s fI'i r the dainty appoiitllil ts pro.i,hel. to-e, lh, w ith the pIi.-",i iliti's foI r Il titit. l ,,11, liI,1, nl hke lihe V'h1111,.1oue an: idea. l ,1 ,1 ;t tractive p.at ' I ll.1 h}t,' of ,, ftriemll . \\'I1 1 the 11. 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In hi' lii - ili ,1 illII ,l , ;i Ill . , ltt i iiig (,i.lut hi ii u it l, i itw . ill t 1' tlvi ivaiil" (,ar I l it! lii, i itt t Itin I m sl t!: lo r - fI t , , k,*,l m l d ,1 t iait ,I t o , I, to'I ,i t t wit, l; wht ll tt" ht- ,11111 ,tr Slhivering :lll . " ii'r cti llr l h d , ; l.: l,' n li'!itC'<,. mot o, ld d ta I '% fity fe d' :l t ill. andI the Iothh tlhat w..I;t.l under c ,rry shl rI te li et e Li olen with c '_k tS r n gi li t a; larg e as tmnl t.ahles : tt,]tr' t le in. v ,l l'"rry go , r ill Iob val all IIt n r i freell. w iNr wi ,s thli, ill, t H ill(- lith t te others, it orn of i t ti t tt'' - dl :n' .schl ,n. t - on, and readling of fairy tai "-. l1n , 1S Iltll d ai oit :m1t1i+; the Iira'l . o' ill.y alilhttl on the I p;l i ,)l,1 ;whitch 'ti i..t h,uhill ,llf by irn, rail t oo tr y lo,r ,t l s ii -,n l . f r hbid lin g t h e ,,n c h in g ,f Mlont, r-: in te,:dl. Mfr. 1)olphd It, ilbro, sutr wan , d, hi hanl, ;ind .idl: l.itthe hI1,, l,i<k all ,il I t;lit." 'I h I ,, ,11 irk ir w is fro'e ': k nl fatiriet iniviting Ietranie reipla.lce the ,ariilll'1 of lt'he hliut + w-1 ever cu ilmlh mir.e CELLEBRATE SIXTH ANNIVERSARY. Kismet Clhb Merges Regular Meeting With Buckles Wedding Day Supper. Mlr. am l .l., S1,l Il.ckles inviti d a compana y of fIi itnl to a,%ist them ill ctl Chrating the ixthl alrniversary of their wtldlinig it their lione, 837 \\'W t irowad way, l.t,,n y,. W in . "1he ]LhckTll, Lotme MRS. SUL BUCKLES, !1 Who Entertained Monday Evening in Celebration of the Sixth Anniversary of Her Wed ding. was artistically decorated in pink and white carnations and dainty sweet peas, and the splendid supper served the guests was spread upon a table beautifully trimmed in the same blossoms, with trailing green tendrils wandering grace fully over the cover. Cards were the order of the even ing's entertainment, the Kismet JuFhrp club, of which Mrs. Buckles is , .mqm .r, merging its usual Monday afternoop nj into thg.:dtniversary cele).tation, epntest vyas an animated one. 4d the swift. and longer, mid one got three I,oltciers when tile boat was in the water, instead of only one. The hideous Chinese dragons that gatrd thie little summntner Iihoi.e by the lake were cotnverted into soilin/ g, kindly geniis, and1 little boys milg:ht wade in the broiks up to their tnecks without fear of reprnach. Peanuts and cadllly stlmils were everywhere and one nmight take all one wanted, al1nd one was privileged teI poke hel animals with a stick all Ile pleatsed. el':alh hoy was provided 'il a real gun and might s.hoot, at will, I.. IhLoing wash (:hinmint or the flying 'lei hiut which lgra 'e the shooting gallery. .I' . 'c. h wooltis li the ji ve11 r ilei dream iias full Columbia IGardiens retpresented It i:" lii the nirst iatl rial applroach to hli .i a I li i' had ever seen. andt in peoplint it I.Ih ftirS a:.l anigI ls, and limiinating , b: , w. I ' ,. it u.l t t hii m t e;Iv e l coi' I, t'. IManicer I. R. \Wharton may gather fr'ui the l oy's dre:um iia sLggL'eiiu1. Were Ili( glate ll ut gild d a: d tl he g iuial tntan ,.e'r 'here as St. ', ter. to weltium c little I. te' inii ti oll if a Paraulise, day for l Ill, it lit .Ih L s miniglhlt prove a screaming fNTERTAINS YOUNGER SET. M.ss. Bessie Hammer Is Hostess at After noon Whist Party. li, I I, ui: Ia.uuier ,nitirt;inel her teir n!, of tlhe yoinlge, et de.lightfully at ,.,n l I u,,d:Iy ailrri,' . Thlie su io.iuis ( ir'e, . Ii4 \\el"l ,r:.l:mite .Iro.l, wme 4tr I, i ti. ui geIlv h r .l uu'uuu. hLh lii liII. ,uiir i'`ls? I icalls' l irc t til Ied u ill IhotI er bI till' .ts i 14-t situ' i1 lli til'gI t col ies iu i I1 t tl is ,f ,mu flwe'r. undl g,.hlh.l rd. ilhe t is a.s II 't. It hht k s Ihe in d i iunt :i t hi uI t i. a liily n,,. It was prec'dg d. ly a ,;,pl, r h lt. II' th ir . se.arching to th car ls whh'h n.ln I their partnters. S lpr.ul ;i s i.t il. i lr :.lpp r Sp 'in, an.ii d i11 irat l ( h.I e lII . ,I. i',g set nll u ' a t , awardII I eld " . i'r it Sliveir S' ,pper iha lth ht lher. "h 'rl, na a. r tilutl uitprll o IliIpt llt i'rl 1 r p ,, l .11 . 1 1 l ,rInl a a(' l r l e , a n: d l M i\ ., \Ii y \\alh, y , ; ,ii aiid \ l lism \a , Il . il l i 'iht'd the clil1111i 1 ly witlh l r (l I lir t e sere u itiie, Mliiy \' tih 'y, 1s i h :i Iul 1,r, tihiv .ly. I illilut. C r.. h .I. n i l 're n tic . AT a T a n 'er,. " 11,. 1 '.0 ' I \l. s. I o , ' 1Iui ;i I'iu iu ian i n . I l lia II ,g .m . \li h:' l ilth ,n , l u ll n l (0 1. ,, Il'hyd I'al te - n , I'Sr ll .is . t.o ter, o f r.'le,,h i u I iiar l i k , r; -e (l': lp hell. I'v tlh `,n it: ,e r . E'.r wr a , h . ,rl ,, Il a llo , lIaI is , I ". .I' \\huti n., ,..li' Iu nat ,.., anl .ihi l h'n :\ dik ty ioill htt i'I " i ',Is eui sak tit \.ti. lr.d aller the a.irli rg of the litt.eI Card Luncheon of Ten Covers. .l1r. ;Ii l M rI'. aIhatrl s I'r.lntice. nl,'r lati l a t,, panl y ,of I i,'ils .iI a d - li>htful t<i.tl hI ,'h,',n 11 nm lay a;ll, I ,on. 'I h< alt;I. i a, ,llti'tc ilt rni al, 'I L 1h0'1h , n,,u pt' l, illy l inmul d , ith I wv . c ' pea; in pink vin \ hit. ii re , .hnungl'd with gyp ., lli ;=. n.111,'h,.,,1 ,'a f,,Ih w (d hy "I e n,.i .. v .r : M r. 0111 \I .,,. I. ý. \\V;thcv Mr. and M,'-. F. W . Shiv.l;,. M r. m I M ,',. I. II. Hall ;II l M r. . nd .\Ir . . I;. Ill:11 ,1 r. NI r,. I- tctl Stptir , ,ecuret tit tint IIII /eL itrr Itll ttt11(. \Ir, I );'c vl? II;II I i~ix ll. l I, I the Icy Mr,, l Iilll((l y ( hatJ' (I` . lillt. Frank 11.l) .2IiIII1IK tic aC jn(l(I11 Ow c: r II.la1.I1I, a A. S. Christie, A. H. WVethey, J. Welch, John F, Weimescary, C. E. Ferrell, T. A. Grigg, A. Booth, D. Charles, H. Charles, Hlugh I aughlin, D. Reinhardt, D. P. Wort man, P. Mullins, Fred Squires, D. Dixon, J. Ellis, E. Shively, J. W. Gunn, F. Gil bert, J. Hopper, J. McHugh, R. L. Bradley, C. J. Schatslein, J. Riter, Thomas Jeffrles, W H. Fenton, A. Rochester, J. Ryan, J. , E. Rowe, F. H. Bimrose, J. Led widge, L. Dalgler, J. Osenburg, J. Slem. mons, John McIntyre, J. Mac Nevin and Misses Dorothy Supernant, E. Lange pnd. M. Shannoln. AT S'I. LAWRENCE CHURCH. Patrick Healey and Miss Maggie Lynch Are to Be Married August 19. St. Tnwrence's church at Centerville will be the scene of a brilliant wedding on MISS MAGGIE LYNCH, Who Is to Be Marrid to Patr.o.. Healey A:gtst 19. A11Kr t (t), when Mr. Patrick HIlaley of Ittite and Miss Maggie Lynch of Center villc will hi joinedil in the holy bonds of wedlock. Uev. Itlher litttens will per form the imi rriag , rites. DAINTY LINEN SHOWER. September Bride Prettily and Serviceably Complimented by Host of Friends. IXlightfully iiformtal, yet artistic in every detail of arrangeitent, as are all the affairs givifen by ,Mrs. Santl Johnstone, was the litnen slhtowcr tenderted Miss Virginia I'attlon, whoIi is tou Ie the chariiiiing bride of rally Septilietiber. Tuesday afternoon, at lhe Johlistncii resid nce,. on llhe suttiii it of the \\ (st lroadylv ) terminufs. Notwithstanding the det luge that poured fr(lll the heavens(il to the acc(tlllpallit eni t of draftneing hulndcercl.ls, the ladies began tii arriv early inl tlie ;afteCrlll ito and pres i-ntly lhe 'ld awilng riillts ws-ere thronged with ai hblt,,iig ii.temlllef, tacit guest Ii licini;g with lher it fiyterio-lis package, i the c ntenlts conilt rirbi ltlt itt the tII t t tthe do lIwnpi utr is it liiwiit. • r11,. lohn,htln.l s h corti';llll .i w'ere artis li' ;it datl y. I ll , drl' h wing-r"o l was a pretty inlfiuitl i f f gartidetl flowers fall ing icariles.Ily from pianoi forte and bric-a br;ac illlil in lainty clusters deI.olt'ting the tIbin. t and tables. In ithe a 've nook of the spacits dlrawing rimi -tood i a large ~lt tabled h prettily s.t wn, uwith gairden tlwter, . awdl is its center, the daintiest bhoonl of all. ,al little Miss Jim" l.ow rcy. h .-autit lly , flliayed in a owI..i( t f point 'e.,pl it ti '-i w y white, cwith -tishl, i ite ;ld ",I ps I. in the daintiest shade ,f ,bil',· g l bIilue. 'I his. little lmai den, l ne of tiII prel tiest litt-le ch tbi- s of the l everyst Fideh, at in hCapp) satl,. receiving in her iIp l ilt- C onlriblulnl w, +of till. gutt,,t,, e';llh Ipa;Iclie being I du tll)i i app d i tiissue and l Ied with lilti- n, i. I a litr, ,.hei the c nlh ,:!y haI ,di .rt i .ed, the bride to-he a tlt' I I, pi c la . l;.I . it lll t) ollllftlOiIll ofi .I i iuli in ilui ti- ,igalo and for every imag;l., e h tousehohl pi urpse li.fahillg fr heir hmul. li heii rc wii - r drai wnc-i iwoirk liht .e y c-it hl , ,hl, .1hNI i Ia l le llc en, ii oili. s, Iim Jk is,, li l.t s, IIt1l1\i"k ;lid p lersonal l ap p l( I. li l Iittc i ni lu di.g :I miagntifficti t tht l t-ltora t ly f t li lc d lilg i tr it., the Il, s Ibeil;ng t, I';mtis hanbhlrnt 11 w ork, The sh .t erl ol l o',1 I' w 1ts nI cont( ined. to Int-c , illit lthefl .itin-r 1 tltg-o t i'e s-h il ti--f tilt-rir-, .iil c-clita. a h';ntiflari ce cr,;il -tl e hi,"n" l e ofl th i ;,l: l, n+C+est pl'Re I , . I fIn the dinl'itule rho, sip ln did lnclhe ol o 'tg i ted' Irt l n t prttt-ly tlapl ln llie ci ,': I great showec r boujti t Itf t i-t c i- lcl'red carntiunls tiing fRoln ;1 h:l, of ;ulltu n fruits, the i tchl t it tinl vetly c ,retty and eItu iiit tia c ticn c -r y ct f c1icti, felt M. rs . lJohl , l .ti ) -n s assistedl in servings, Mi i s P lttion, tilt chrailing glirl ill whose homer it \fa giveniai.I. . Sir rlu.polnd.d to a t.lTph.ne invitlation to he prtfelit at n, iti'ortl al gntherilil I filnd, upon arriyinl lhat siie wasu thil, ct ter of inllrestt and the recipient of the shower of favors which exprll(,,setd the lode ;Intd este,,m of her large circle ( ,f ftielnd . i Itiiiton is i't Mon itana girl tnond sinc. iabhod hias been a favorite. Tl'hose lwho stirprited her so delightfully wcre nearly aIll ldies lwho have known her since she wias kgtNe-high to t l proverbial tuart bottle, iandl whoi , In cointributing to hetr dowry of inenic, felt a personal plride iand delight in so doing. Among the company were: Mesdames C, ni. Clark, Llu lttiargey, Johin Forbis, \V. o. Ilamilton, Fred HIolbrook, W. L. Rennick, C. Lteonaird, R. II. Paxson, Frank Ic(;inn of O alha, 11, V. \Vinchell. Frank Boucher, Thomas Lavelle, 11. I. \\'ilson. A. T. Morgan, Anna C. Cruwley, Mlate Pintt, F. T. McBride. Thompson Campbell, W. Quinn, John Gillie, I1\. L., Cunningham, Leon S. Wild, Bryan Irvin, Walter Lewis, D. J. Hennessy, J. K. |leslett, I,. W . Mc Crimmon, J. B. Roote, Donald Gillies; Misses l~ulu, ]lza and Theo Russell, Louise Winchell of Minneapolis, Madge M.rks, Madeline Bartlett of Chicago, Nell Lloyd, Clara Hamilton, Clara Williams of Missouri, Helen Pfouts, Francis Thornton, Cora, Hattie and Julia Sanders, Alice and Annie Lowrey, Eleanor, Viola and Julia Horgan, Daisy Dawson, Margaret Scallon, Htatti,! Young, Adele Parclon, and the honored guest, Miss Virgi:Ja Patton. MISS HORGAN'S LUNCHEON. Gay Party of Guests Meet at Delightful Afternoon Party. Twelve covers were laid at the pretty luncheon given by Miss Eleanor Horgan for Miss Clara Hamilton today. The dec orations were in sweet peas, an immense basket of the dainty blossoms, tied with a large bow of pink and white ribbon being the center piece and a tiny basket of sweet peas being placed at each plate. Miss Horgan's guests were: Miss Clara Hamilton, Mrs. W. Barrie Hamilton, Mrs, Thomas Lavelle, Mrs. D. J. Hennessy, Mrs. Fred Holbrook, Mrs. F. W. McCrim. mon, Mrs. Eugene Carrol, Mrs. John For bps, Miss Lou Guthrie. of Helena, Mrs. M. C~gnnisRham at¢ Miss Clara Louise ortest,, <,: Mr. Healey is one of the popular mem bers of Butte's efficient fire department, and Miss Lynch is a Centerville belle. She resides on East l.a Platte street, and is well-known in Centerville society as charming young lady. After the wedding at the church there will be a reception and banquet and then the young people will leave on their honey moon. They will visit the P get sound PATRICK HEALEY, ' Who Is to Be Mar-ed to Miss Maggie Lyncl August 19. cities and other points of interest on the c,,tst while away. UNIQUE HUNTING MEET. With Whip and Spur Society Engages in a Mad Paper Chase. l'aper chasing has taken hold of society t. naciously, antd so delightful an exercise h:ls the novelty proven itself that it Is sni,,Il wonder that ping-pong, the races anI everything else has given way to its I lp larity. 'ucsday eveninlg the eclipsing paper e: 'se of the season, in which half a hun dcr Id equestrians and numerous enthusiasts inl carriages participated, was given by Mr. uand Mrs. C. W. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. edl Hlollrook. Mrs. Holbrook anld Mr. ( lark led tile chase, both oni splendid nur,nts, and Mrs. Clark and Mr. Holbrook IcI1 the procession of carriages. the chase began front the Clark home, the procession leadling off down Montana tre'', t at a breakneck speed, following the Shiit, thread of paper fragmtents that had ,I ,nI strewn igziag down to the flat and in il uicate windings across it. The chase hc g;i in earnest when the clquestrians arrived at tie flat and the riders vied with .ihlt other in munch excitetment and , pleasurable spirit of rivalry. 'lhe carriages lined up at tho edge of the flat and watched the finish of the fly ing chase. Several times the trail was h.It and the rear riders had an opportunity it, catch up and re-enter in the chance for tie prize. Early in tie chase Col. C. F. l.Ioy, and Miss Franlces Thornton took lioe Ihad, and although they did not suc I .d in keeping it throughout the rest of ile exciting chase, it was they who arrived first at the "1ind" anil carried away tile pi azes. ('oulonel 1.,ydl's trolpy was a hi ather watl'h fob with a gold stirrup, and ,iiss Tliornton's ile-crverih prized souve i:ir wans pet tty '.pirting ,h'ip mounttted rith a tiligreril -tock of gobl. .Aftcr the chase the compantiy repaired to tii golt clue and there were served with a -pih.idid ciuntry supper. The mtentu was a iit inviting; one-gatlne pies, fried game Ist various kiis, and manty other delica * freh r.ni thIe hand of the club's Itt'.rssuing chief, being among the items. \\ hen the tables were cleared a hidden ,i ii'itra b'ganl the iisliriting measure of a -pirited derx-templs and thle ladies in I.:i r riling habits dantccd with the gentle . .n in ruling boots antud spurs. 'the tim=e p. c.I right miurrily. The diversity of ;'llsliCmentts offlered in the evening's pro i:uin miade the piaper chase a notable 'tiot, ,ine of tile season's most delightful ;Ia l no 'el al'.: irs. \ tang those, who enjoyed paper chase, ',cr -iII the itaince were Mr. and Mrs. . ..Ic(' riim nn, 1)r. and Mrs. W. L.. I',tnii.k, Mrs. M. I.. Cunningham, Mrs. Iit Guthrie of Helena r. d Mrs. J. and Mrs. J. T. l ,rray. I)r. and Mrs. I. Freund, Mr. and `,. \W. h. Ilamiltoi, Mr. and Mrs. i g, ne ('arrill, Mrs. Mary Sharp, Mr. and \Ih. ,,joh Forbis, .,r. and Mrs. Sam .i-tie, Mr. r.and Mrs. J. K. Ileslett, Mr. :. Mrs. Walter l.ewis, r. and Mrs. J. McDlonal, I)r. and Mrs. J. A. Murray, 'r. and Mrs, . II. ldgins, Mr. and Mrs. I~ .. Templhman, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Itrner, Mrs. J. Cushing of Cincinnati, . and Mrs ). . . . ennessy, Mr. and \Its. A. T. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. I utinkle, Mrs. Mary Barclay of Helena, I. antd M1rs. J. l.eggatt, Mr. and Mrs. J. t, inte, Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Wilson, Mr. :,i. Mrs. II. . Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. I'l ,mas ILavlle; Misses Adele Parchon, lMollie Walker, J. II. Sanders, Trellis Car i, r, Margaret Scallon, Madge Marks, Nell Ih, Fannic Thornton, Madeline Bart I It, Annie and Allie Lowry; Mrs. lan Sne Ilarris, Miss Minnie Shores, Mr. an id Mrs. C. R. leonard, Misses Lela, Shit and lela Russell, Daisy Dawson; h.ssrs. WVilliam Scallon, lee Mantle, Dr. Ilad (Campbell, Robert Shores, Dlrs. ray and Jed Freund, Joe Lowry, D'Gay Sr Ivrs, Bert Stephens, Ed. Horgan, C. F Kelly, William Maugham, Robert Car nithan, Dr. L. Napton, Alf. Kremer, Joe (Cise, Ed. Blossom, J. Gage, Thomas Markley, Sellers l.argey, Glen Harrington, lhto l.eBeau, Fred Slemons and William Shirrnton, WEE ONES MAKE MERRY. Little Miss Helen Horst Gives Juvenile Party Which Is Also. a Surprise. l.ittle Miss Helen Horst, 8 years old, was the graceful mite of a hostess at a ju venmile party given Tuesday afternoon in her mother's cosy apartments at No. z23 \Vest Broadway. Although the rain poured and the cobble stones swam in the streets the little guests were all on hand and ready fur the merry-making. Miss ilelena had cunningly schemed to surprise her father, whose birthday it was, and as a special honor he was Invited at a late moment to be a guest at his own birthday dinner. The surprise was complete and the glee of the small guests unbounded. The repast was a delightful one, the menu hping such a- gives joy to the diminutive genus homo, and the table being prettily decorated with sweet peas and carnations. ' Games and general .agerrlutnt 'enter. tained the company, af4eT. the rhad g Pi taken of the refreosi f `Q;° 7t5 I POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE WED. Steward-Deyatt Wedding a Quiet One Many Costly Presents. A quiet but extremely .pretty wedding was that of Miss Alma Deyatt and Mr. W. F. Steward Thursday evening at the home of the bride on East Granite street. Only immediate relatives and close friends attended the ceremony. The dec orations were in pink and white, roses, smilax and sweet peas being used in pro fusion. The happy young pair left shortly after the ceremony by the Oregon Short Line for a trip through the West. Many elegant presents were received by the popular young people, the present of Mr. John M. Steward, father of the groom, being a $5,ooo home. -4- Royal Italian Marine Band Coming. Among the attractions of the early theater season and one vwhich will un doubtedly be a brilliant event will be the concerts of the Royal ltalian Marine hand, which will arrive in Butte early in October. Concerts will be given on October 7 and 8, matinee and evening. Tickets ate now bei +g sold by sub scription, and the outlook is prolllising for a splendid and fasrionable audience on the opening night. Mrs. Hennessy's Luncheon. Mrs. J. D. IHennessy entertained Thurs day at an eight cover luncheon. The decorations were in sweet peas. A beau tiful mound of the blossoms decorated the center of the table, trailing gypso phalia and ferns falling to the cloth. 'I he place cards were bits of pastel hand painted with designs of oriental maidens. Mrs. IHennessy's guests were Mrs. W. I. Rennick, Mrs. J. A. Lewis of Anaconda, Mrs. F. W. McCrimmon, Mrs. J. J. Mc llatton, Mrs. Wim. 'luohy and Mrs. George Rockwood. -f MISS PRENTICE ENTERTAINS. Farewell Party to Miss Shively, Who Are to Visit in California. Misses Helen Shively, who goes to California this week to spend the win ter, and Mary W\athey, who leaves with her parents for her home on the coast, were complimented Thursday after noon by Miss Lulu Prentice, who invited a company of young ladies of the younger set to meet with the two popular young girls at cards. The pretty rooms of the Prentice resi dence, 30o North Crystal street, were ar tistically brightened with garden flowers and sweet peas, and thriving potted plants added to the gayety of the occasion. After the round at cards refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by a number of her guests. The company included: Misses Helen Shively. Mary \Vathey, Dore Shively, Grace Camplaell, Lillian Sheehy, Annie Holcberg. Arley Ryker. Olive Hall, Frances Nuckolls, Ethel Berry, Mae Hanm MISS ELIZABETH GERTRUDE GROENEVELD, Daughter of Rev. E. J. Groeneveld, Who Is Now Enjoying a Coast Outing in Calif ornia. ilton, Helen Cutting, Lydia Oasenberg, Erma Charles, Bessie Patterson, Grace Noyes, Edna Cannon, Mac Stuart, Ada Gainer, Annie Fitzpatrick, Bessie Ham mer, Elma Cobban, Kit Fair, Nell Fair, Dolce Ilayden, Ruth Sultzer and Bessie Patterson. The fortunate winners of the prizes were Miss I)olce Hayden, Miss Lillian aneehy and Arley Ryker. The first prize was that won by Miss Hayden, a prettily bound volume "Dorothy Vernon of Hay den Hall," The second, won by Miss Sheehy, was a dainty set of collar tips and cuffs, hand-embroidered, and the con solation, which was awarded Miss Ryker, was a handsomely framed photogravure of the Countess Potowski. Miss Wathey and Miss Shively left for California yesterday morning. STHE CL ý% ZI A MACA OF - cn ZINE , LEVYERNESS QUEST PARTY. Musicale in Honor of Mrs. Thomas Flavin. One of the most delightful affairs of the week was given last Wednesday eve ning by Mrs. R. L. Bradley and Mrs. M. T. Somerville at their pretty home, 73a West Broadway, for Mrs. Flavin, former ly of Butte but now of Portland, Ore gon, The house was beautifully decorated with carnations and palms. Smilax en twined the electroliers, the piano being banked with the same soft green. The affair took the form of a musicale to which Mrs. Flavin contributed several charming vocal selections, rendered in her characteristic and pleasing manner, which has endeared her to all the music-loving people ot butte. bliss Margarget Rinehart executed on the piann L.izt's Rigioletto in a very brilliant manner. Prof. llenry Amlreaux played several very fine instrumental numbers, some of them his own composition, in a masterly manner. Mr. Ernest Hardcastle contributed to the humorous side of the program by rendering a couple of comic songs which were very much enjoyed by those present. l.ast but not least appreciated was the playing of Miss Irene Somerville of Hel ler's Slumber song. It was received with delight. Delicious refreshments were served during the evening. Those present were: Mrs. T. J. Flavin, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cheely, Mr. and Mrs. Grigg, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. John M. IBarker, Mrs. L. M. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Ben James, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Laughlin, Mrs. Rine hart; the Misses Rinehart, Miss Rose O'Malley, Miss Emma Coy: Messrs. C. \V. Cockrell. Frank Carter, Henry Aml reaux. Ge'rald Ronan, E. nest Hardcastle and Dr. R. L. Bradley. -4-- "SOCIETY PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Curran is visit ing in California. Mrs. William Luxton of South Butte is visiting in Salt Lake. Miss Mabel Palmer of Tlammond, In diana, is the guest of Mrs. James D. Sloane. Mrs. Ernest Ebbnge of Kendall, Mont., is visiting at tae home of hLr parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Eaton. Mr. Bert Tower has been touring the Yellowstone with a party of Eastern friends this week. Mr. A. C. Wilhelm leaves next week for his home in Cleveland, Ohio, to remain permanently. Mrs. Will Woodward of Divide visited this week with Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kil roy at the Sherman. Dr. Grace Wilson Cahoon has returned from Minneapolis, where she has been visiting for two months. Mrs. J. R. Wharton, who has been vis iting for the past six week in Montreal and Vancouver, returned Thursday morn nlug. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hammer enter tained informally at dinner Thursday eve ning Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Whatley and Mrs. Elva Boardman. Master Gerald Suprenant of Helena is enjoying a visit with his grand parents, Mr. and Mis, J. V. Supr-nant of No. 17 w est Granite street. Their Avantages. (Chicago Record-Herald.) The clouds float airily all day The zephyrs sport upon the lea; The ripples pass their tilne at play; The brooks go singing to the sea, While I work on-and that's the way Those things are different from me.