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B UTTE snciety hais hld a prcty lively tihmec this week. Large reccptions adl inc formal teans, swell lunchcons and din ncrs "cn famillr," picnic outilngs and tally-hi parties, wcddling reccpltinls and canily pulling niatchcs, iith the ulsnal olllla o0 l whist, CIit-lhrc and biil-l'eid 'rlct . have kept the vsuarb't , of scieicty iln ;a hil ii of excitiemen-ct. The following palr;dlcrlclh- tell the tory in detail. 9---· IN GARDENS' PAVILION. Mrs. Charles Clark Enleitains Butte Elite in Chaiming Fashion. Mrt. andi .rs. (lharlcs I a.rk ;Igave rc ceptioi l iland ldiilc'ill ing part; MoNInday 'vY- I;,iln in the paviliotn at -olhmbhia G;ard.ns in honoir of lr. and Mrs. . 1,. ('.iintell of l.t, Angeles. ('Cal., lThe large hall. w ithl its t lilratt 1,t ti teorad iicns anc d hihly lti lihl II I lii.r. mi;ileh Il rich s.ttitng for thic, hianl-,mniily ,cwnied wViltten1 and their gall.ict e.s,.rl,-. iRedl Iihu tiing. formingl :anl ill l l use ccnop(llly. was; sutlp5ll'tltlede fromt the ctilinl. an: l caugh(' t uptil at the sildes with h,ows of silk. Artistic clraletrics a i rnd tie t:rap sitsirics coverrd lithe all. lntrance to sres.ing ricccs t' re' hiclln bchind ric h t' tains,, cani t ithe- talu liicc.' l.ellry pri Icily decor.:-i t el. 'lThc'11e .art,, .lc '. c on thelic st s.i.le w;ac. in:te cic ttl r licti tc ith line hangii . ,i . ircar (I rilt;al rlt-.., c'h:lilr , mid e;as.y se. ats til whitch to rett ;ltc l c; atctih ine' merry dlancu cs. Thicl- to I chlcl cciiig lcot of :ll was thilt I.:ct In li.i r,i . I.uxuriotsl lccnltiful were thlii cnccy chici' pieces iof ccaste r i art that antlh I tis co/y, can.' foert;ile lretre;at. 'icliillll . drap:l. rics fromn the DIcric nt. 'T'urkilh ai l II ian rags. ta lceod ai othel r ,sit: .sl, l:gai e ghlc p.I e of (Iriel tal tI ix ry ,sl-lhinl ,.iltic .sc e ,il. Ihe fa(mous i:ci.ct.i Montana ae d wIll hin , at its l iest in the latest dance s i- c ce i l ni ctii p;utly eliitcI c cl iit-t noli' pleasaniet suir rcindings ori'. greit r iailiti.., ftir thiborough enj ) lctte-t. tired in ll:1 c ite- i imouse line dI seiie c cwtn, with - ct i "sage .ilr' .- d .IeI reli i. int I 1ice : 1in carls. .IMrs. I Inilk t'i c. -tl i- rucc-c iv ing by NI r. I I. .I. Incn cii . ncl tl"i, " I' slitnling igown c f 1 c chit.c -;it in ctt p'e,. li\vish ly tri cinc-.I tchl It -.h li,( , ni ! ia cotal;i dog -icollar h cntc-l. cwith i !innccmli, ., .lic. 1. K. ( 1 .irk was tclec'c iic;i m c-: ,.ocl ic a h l,) h; ll nt clihinl. ,il, m ., ,'i I li nlntul of (:cllic ..cclc ; \c ,ti . .1 !I., CI et 1;i:cl (I':i- cccii Irc c c I1 cci t ,i;h i I; c c 'c . I tc iiit-ccccii ;iilll Ipearl. lis.-- . lllccl c cc cic, L iin c.i l ilc :a I t.i;ti l l ik 1,,ic, i1 ilk n; 11, clhilfTcin ; i l;ttin triniii ii:L - ;.nI ,l:.n .nw l . SuppelI r ;s . . ' r\' , 1 ic tt li ,i iv. ' i ltce iilccilcg rooi . ilice tclhcr;i l c ,rli n. r i-- . of which wter' rint,-hil:ly s t't antl, etc..tlt ;a lniit l. T 'ii list if e.e - i t ;ccas i- i, lcle NIr. ;i Mr- i . I. ;iriIa ll. Mlr-. inI l'rs. i~ch;.rd,. .M r, ;oil ,it,. c; 1:. R ,ock ,,ood. Mlr. cal Mrs. crlia t 1). i lan n.i lc. alI Mary Slc.cc , it. :,iI \lr- Frink Shaliiw, \lr. ;anc l Ir-.. I ,lii- tn, mI, . \i. . r. i, i'.. ('lha;rl c ,ctc ntlcelin. Nic . t :mtl II'. \\,. A. S.lithc . lr. aI III N~lr- t, uri r. r. ;ail 1 ..I. I ;. ;. 'S.1ica t , c i . ;il, Il . c I t.cl'. MIr. ;.nI Mrs. Si;trt . . c\r. :o cd \r-. T'i',unhc , r. c. ciiI M IcS. I "i lI'huni[' s .coi, \l :-cI Mirs. ii. l\. lcIurniir. 11. . .ill Mlii. \\i.llt r 'TI I (c:.ti , i 11. N :hlm l .lrs. II), \\'. 'I I ltnl , ii i. ;s di lMrs. i ,,M r.. 'Icc cr. M, r. ;i lid .Mrs. I. 'Thoilm a,. 1tr. ;sIt Mrs. ,holn T.'nlnpleman n, NIr. ;and .%Ir,. Ichni \\'.(llbmic. lI)r. mnl Mrs. \\ hitfr,.Mr. 1 clil Nirt. W . Meti', \Vhit', 9Ir. cid iiMrs. II. i. \\ilsccn. Mr. ind Mrs. II. I. \\il-,n. . \Ir. :nci I Mtr-. It. II. irick, Mr. ccii Mrs. I. r . \\ l artoi . .I'. iuiil MhI;. n\\'incl. l\tr. Cnd Mrs.l \Villi:mu s t. Mr. an elrs. A.II. -l c 'e-th' l'. Ci. r rs. II Mrs . 11. V. n\ incch ll, . rNI. ae l .Mrs. :. '. (. . icater, llMr. ii Mr-, S. IlIark r, \Itir. w ml Irs. \V. .1. llickfor., Mr. Iandt Mr.. J. T. llraeldock, Air. iandl Mrs. I T. . tlcia/,, Itr. ;lclii Mrs. S. C'. Iliac'kistnc , Mr. c elI MIrs. I". itotchel-r, NIr. anid Mrs. C. lc.ioth, ir, aid MIrs. R. 11. Blallard, Mr. and MIrs. C. W. Blair, hr. acdc Mr,,;. Ciimpbellt. 11., :imii .r, JI. IK. ('lark, MrN . and Mrs. Wv. A. ('lark, Jr.. t)r. land Mrs A. \V. lorner, lr,. ;iiidi Mrs. Johnl Cotter, r11. niil Mrs. c',alkinl c , M1r. uill lMrs. Wc. J. 'hri tici , ie. andl .11rs. M. V. (Conroy, Nir. andi MIrs. A. S. ('hictieili, Mid. anii MIrs. Coip, lrs. Cunninghiili;i, iMr. aild tirs. J. V. IDawsoni, 1r and c rl ,rs. .1.(i. Dawson, Mr. alnd Mrs. W. C. I)ierks. Mr,. tand i l rs. )lrenna-nc , 9ir. iinl Mrs. ;. 11. Dygcrtl, air. and Mrs. John Davisi', Mr. and M rs. \',. W . lixon, r11. and \Irs. J. 1. White. .ir. and Mrs. J. S. IDutton, \lr. cciii Mrs. A. J. Davis. I)r. andii 1Mrt. 1. Dotnii ll'y, Mlr. anid Mrs. Jnames IForhis, Mr,.. Vpping, Air. aild .1|rs. John Forlcis, Mr. aldi MIs, J. 11I. Faris:., i)r. ail MNrs. 1. Freundc . iir. and ilirs. Frasecr, l1r. .ccl Mrs. I .n (;Jillis, Mr. undl Mrs. (;iliillan, Mr. and \ll . John (;il MISS GRACE HEMPHILL. Charming Young Lady of Pony Who Is Visiting Friends in Butte This Week and Winning Many Friends In This City. lie, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Gunn, Mrs, G. A. (;ay, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. lIiainner, Mr. and Mrs. J (U. Ilrrlrg s, Mr. aind Mrs. J. S. Ilarris. Nr. and lrs. I). Il Hennessy, M;'. :iil .lrs. FaIv iarrn;'eiI 'I fMr. i l i r.s. WV. II. Ila iltro . ilr. anld Mrs. J. K. Ille - let. Mr. "mi I Mrs. A. I'. lhleinye, .r. and NIrs lr1.d Ihlll'r,,k. Nlr. :mdl Mrs. I. li.lht, 1)r. ailnd Mlr. s . S. llar.Iin nril, I;r. airn .\lrs. II. 11. Iltrsnri. Mr. and Mrs. I. Ih hiihbriir. ,rh, anl lMrs.T.T. . ll odgen.s, I Mr. :uI Mrs. I.aurree Ilarris, Mr. rnd \Irs. .v rege I rvin. \I r. and lirs. A. I1. June. . ,Ir. ni I Mr.s. Sanm Johnst.lone, Mr. mid, ,rs.n. oR. K nkI, .\Ir. ul Mrs. lruce Krcimrr. Mr. lNI .r.s. T. lavelle, \ Mr. and NIlrs. (', F, I.l... l, ,Mr. an I Mrs. Joe I.ong. \Mr. ;iand Mrs. \Walter ILwis, Mr .I. Lulu l.raniy, ir. anr. ni 'rs. C . R. Lionird, Mr. iiil 1 rs. . I'itI . L 't. L Mret. Ir. r l a 1rs. F. .;cGinnu. Mr. ;ail Mrs. F. T. NIllridle. )r. anid Mrs. . IW .e( rniinmon, Mr. iand MIrs. 'A. T. Moirgean, I)r. and Mrs. T1. J. Murraiy, lrh'. ,and irs.C. II. IMoore, Mr. anlld lMrs. I., S. antllrhry, hr. andi Mrs. MI. G. Mac Neviin. Mr. and ii .lrs T. If. McP'herson, Ir. i mi Mrs. ., J. Mcllattin, Mr. and Irs, .I. K. Mel trIald, Mr. antd Mrs. MI. M. Miller. Mr. anid Mrs. .McCracken, Mr. and \Mr.. MNatlark, Dr. and Mrs. II. J. McIl)on all. I)r. aind Mrs. ,Jlioi Mcllintyre, Mr. and NIrs. ('. Miller, Mrs. C. McKay, Mrs. John Nryr.,, Mr. aniI Mrs. Iilihn Noyes, Jr., Mr. ntild Mrs. S. NewbtIerger, 1)r. and Ntrs. II. O'Ioinnoir. Nir. and i Mrs. V G. 1fonts, Mr. andl Mrs. RI. II. Iaxson, IMr. and iMrs. J. C. I'yle, Mr. iawl i Mrs. J. II. Ilnote. Mrs. ltti.rl I 'irter, M r. annl .1rs. . J . I lussel, NIr. anI .Mrs. Ilckifller, Mrr. andil Mrs. \\ . \;allaniie, I )r. anl Mrs. (Ie rirge Blarbier, NI r. ;nd \ Irs... I li rin, ('ltain andiil Mrs. I. . irks., I 'aptain andil Mrs. II. Nelson, in Mlesi'u NI. Ilaciki.lin, M. Itartlett, C. (lirk, 1). I tawsu . (rrtnie , M. (;oodlile, IM. I.an lrn. lhllauni. I. Irvine, F. Kenyon, Nill l.lryd. Allii, innt Annie Lowry, M. iiarks, N larci-n ot. Ir . I 'foits, ,. .ass m ore ,, ierce, "T hein. I vih and Elsa R ussel, IR. Rickiaril.s. lheinharill, IM. Seallon, IEva ilrl n it iic Strasbulirger, Julia iland Cora Sande;i rs, II. 'I illti. I. i horntoni, VuItz, \ i-thu-y, N1. \\'alker. II. Yoiung. . Ilami unil. Iil:ine. ri'o e. ( ;aiier, iand M r. andl NrIs. \I. J. (',rnlr-l; lMessrs. F. A. Ih eiinze, (i i.rg . ' 'lark, li)r. I.. Na;pt n, IlIireschfli hId, lie. \ . II I all., ('. Stilrtevant, t'artlnochan, Ira rrn. i., F. \'. lInc irnc , Glenn Ilirring t - , I0 I. ll ,ii I. I . I. i ,ey , . litnusc h , li rs. Iyiv irnI .1. Irrundi . 'T. iI. l.ee, C. French, F. Sliunrns., W. Horganii, F. lHorgani, lee I.irt , I i hy. I rl'.riiss ni, W . 'l'horntii on, l u c, Ihnst.,i. nunii, T. Mal;irkley, Al. .sunk. I)'i ai Stiv rs. S. l.ar )cy,. A. Kre rirr. (ai,(. :vans. C. Krlly. . ('anpbell, I1,. n .\. l'N h.rlr un .,I J. ('rse', usIf ,, r.. II. \\ilNsn. I harr o r, Steirlingi . U. Casey, I'. \ nlkur, (i rrn ,tte. Ni\igrn, II. 'l.ser, SI res.. iN. S. il :1'k unll r Senatorr WV. A. (1irk: Captainr, i. McM;'asters andl u. hrai ; I i inti i;nti s Sw .ci n .y, T iaylor. I , Ilr.. t i hii ;n a n d I i .,r l, , i in d a le i a n dl Iirk.ur,ls. \\illiani Sciallon anid Arthur Ati !ns of ni'\rn lic. MERRY DUTCH LUNCH. Follows Dance Given at Columbia by Mrs. W. B. Hamilton. .\It- \\. 1. II,mntlldtn aIdc a p'alty of fri, zel', w:.'t out i, (',lumlbia IGarden, 'Tvha .ly nii.,ht ;HnI ,'njoya l d ance o,. the I,.lisht'd fll., .,I th. pavillion. .t lit. I or thl y retutrtcl ti .Mrs. Itutilttit. *lt:l. (lark.1111 .11 .1 urray,· Will l ia n tilt o s, 1 Ih ,.m e -n \\'W . s ( ,a l l ,nha , \\h e r e in ; a be .autifully sh-em.clte l <L Vinin r oml ;i BOWLING PARTY. At theery Thornton I s Followed tby a Supper al.Lmns 11. \V. TlruHr. J. Tr.npldenan mud iF. vInhr, thby Misse Viola lres. on Mrriet ltirg, sgavre Marks aml li lart i Ilmiltit. Jualley 'larks . . Murray. \III Ihray's: Mc(arrtyck a at I,.. Naptot . y BOWLING PARTV, Atr the Thorntlon Ius rizFollowed by a Supperl a (liven by Miss Shores. trMiss Shtires gatve t wlirtyng party in the Tl i hortlltn alliey Thursday eve tl ing. The ladly's prize, a pretty vase, was won by Mies Iliewnasle whiile eorge u;nsch atnp tilt tli e ger l tle ili's prize i utls.efl atil or'lnamlentl] t steiln. After tihe games the patrty .ascendcd to the dining roomn (of the ho~t.l for Suplper. The table was deco(ratted in quaint fashionl \with radi:shcs. onions, catulillower and itthr Sivgetalles iOti jltck o'lanterns, lthe gltests dotug full jilluie to the sttluptttll s relapt that awaited tlit. (Iitests were: Mr. ald Mrs. Shore s, Mrs. M. J. Connell, Mrs. Shiehils of Atari tla. the Misses Alice atud Anne lowry, I'. Ilaumutl, t.es Mcetain aiiil I.. Shiehls if J\tiacolda, Messrs. Fred Sletiions, Tlhitts .Marklry, I;cirge lItsch, lobort ittl.ai and autl R rt Shores. TO NINE-MILE HOUSE. Mrs. F. T. McBride Takes Party of Fifteen on a Drive. Fifteen ladies, guests of Mrs. F. T. Mc Bride, were driven out to the Nine-Mile house on Tuesday morning bchind a four horse team for a day's outing. The party was given in honor of Mrs. Reed of Texas, mother of the hostess. The day was fine, the roads good and the company most agreeable, so the drive to the canyon proved in every way enjoyable. The beauties of grove and lake claimed atten tion for several minutes, when luncheon was served onil tables under the trees. Then whist was proposed and four tables of players tried the progressive game. Some i~iid it was luck, but Mrs. J. M. White was deemed Ihe winner of a fine linen center piece, richly emlbroid cred, given to the one making most points. Those on the tally-ho were: Mesdames Reed, John Davis, J. R. Wharton, R. Kunkel, George Lyman. J. 11. l.ynch, Ben ('alkins, I). Campbell, G. A. Gay, W. B. l(amilton, J. M. White, Fay Hlarrington, I). M. Newbro, F. W. McCrimmon, Miss Ilamilton and Mrs. F. . T. Mcridle. -- + -- JEFFREY-LIEBE NUPTIALS. Popular Couple Are Married by Father De Siere in St. Patrick's. Miss Ida Jelfrey and James E. l.iebe were married Wednesday evening by Rev. Father Peter De Siere at St. Patrick's church in the presence of num bers of their friends. Miss Mary E. Moran assisted the bride and Dr. llanni MRS. J. E. LIEBE. Miss Ida May Jeffrey Was Married to James E. Liebe Wednesday Evening and the Couple Lvrft for the fast on a Bridal Trip. fan was best nman. '1 he bride was beauti ful in a gown of cream silk mull over erram taffeta with yoke and trimmings of I'oint de Venice and carried a bouquet of lovely bride roses. The bridesmaid was attired in white silk tmuill over white silk, with trimmnnings of handsomle lace. She carried a La France rose bottquet. Mr. I.iebhe is freight agent for the North rtl lacific and deservedly popul;ar. Prof. Vernon E. Matlack presided at the organ and played tile weddlinig marches of Metn delssohnl and LohenIgrin. After the cere Inony a wedding supper was served at the home of Mrs. J. E. Morgan, No. 304 South idaho. Twenty were in the party, seated at five small tables w ith floral decorations, that of the bride having sweet peas cov ered with a bridal veil of white meline, held at the corners with large pink satin rihbon bows. The house was beautiful with pink sweet peas. ( handeliers with pink ribbon and smilax, electric lights be ing softened with pink shatdes, produced a charming effect. alany valuable and ele pant presents were displayed in these pret ty romns. As a traveling gown, the bride were a navy blue broad cloth tailor suit and blue picture hat with white wings. 'T'he newly married couple left on the even ing train for Chicago and other Eastern cities. MISS SUPRENANT. Entertains the Kismets in Home in the Barnard Block. Miss Dorothy Sitprenant entertadiled the NKismet club oin Monday in rooms artis tically decorated with asters Itnd sweet peas. Valuable prizes were given. The first prize, a p ilit lace collar and revers, went to Mrs. J. .I. Kennedy; the second, a point lace doiley, to .iss Julia Ward, and the third, a water color, handsoimely framed, to Mrs. I)aid I)ickson, who was also the Ihappy winner of the lone-hand prize, a yellow satin pin-cushion, with point lace ciecr. c Th' e fourth prize, a necktie, with butterfly points in lace, was won by Mrs, F. I,. I radley, aid to the one ilceding colsolii:tii wai's giveii ai souvenllr vase fromt Ilelclla. \ithi tlhe regular miem hers were Mesdamies 1. l)onnelly, J. M. Kennedy, )lat \Valsh, Joseph Walsh, Mrs. Clark, James Iiod and thie Misses Julia and Annie \ 'rd. --+- PICNIC IN CANYON. In Early Morning Enjoyed by Party En tertaining Miss Harper. Miss Harper of l.inctln. N,b.. ;li'er tomur ing Yellowstone park, viiited her :in't, Mrs. J. IL, larper of North Idaho street. Before leavi.ig lJutte she was tendered a coaching picnic in lthe cajyon beyocnd Stratton's ranlch, oil \'ednesday last. In the early morningt of that glorious day the party drove out to thIe canllping groulnd, where they enjoyedl a temptinig lunch. L.ater a gamie of hidt euchre was pirolosed and played unitil dinner time. After satisfying appetites gained by ex ercise and fresh air, they returned in the cool of the evening. The entertainers were: Mesdames A. H, Wethey, J. H. Harper, Richard Vail, J. If. Hall, Morr son, Kate Turberille, iD. W. Tilton, G. E. Blackburn, A. 13. Knight, J. McIntyre, J. R. McCracken, Telfair and Lander, the Misses Lucas, H. Tilton and P. Wethy. FROM THE EAST. Telegrams of Congratulation Pour in Upon This Happy Couple. I.ast Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Augusta Young, at grr Talbot avenue, in the pres ence of a host of friends, Miss Minnie Young and Mr. Thomas Rowe were united in marriage by the Rev. John Hosking of Trinity M. E. church. The bride was handsomely attired. The groom was dressed in conventional black and was supported by Mr. Will Hawkins. The bridesmaid was Miss Freda Young, a sister of the bride. The home was beautifully decorated with evergreens and cut flowers. Many valuable gifts were presented to the happy couple., Congratu lations were received by telegram front frienils in the East. The pair will be at home at 62-8 East Galena street of this city after September tS. IN HONOR OF VISITORS. Misses Lowry Entertain for Miss Ham mond and Miss Shields. The Misses Lowry, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lowry, gave a reception at their beautiful home, corner of Park street and Excelsior avenue, on Thursday afternoon, complimentary to Miss Shields of Anacolnda and Miss Hammond of Call fornia. In the receiving party were Miss Ham mond, Miss Shields, Mrs. M. J. Connell and the Misses Alice and Anne Lowry. Presiding at the punchbowl were Mrs. John Gillic and Mrs. Sam Johnstone. The charming coterie serving in the dining room were Mrs. C. J. Kelly, the Misses M. Shores, H. Young, M. Marks, D. Daw son, M. Walker, N. Lloyd, E. Bickford and Cora and Julia Sanders. Five beau tiful little maidens, with flowing tresses and sweet smiling faces, attended the guests upon their entrance. These at tractive young misses were: Carrie Lowry, Carrie Wharton, Florence Tuohy, Drea Johnstone and Jeannette Gillie. "Jim" Lowry, a little 4-year-old miss, was the pet of the party. In the dining-roomn, on a highly polished table, covered with lace doilies, an immense cut-glass bowl was filled with choice pink asters, while bou quets of the same flowers, arranged with ta:.teful skill, decorated all parts of this handsome room. Parlor, reception hall and library were filled with sweet peas and the lights of each room, with their delicately-colored shades, matched the floral decorations. Delicious refreshments were served and the Misses Lowry's "At Home" declared one of the most successful of the season. Those invited were: Mesdlames C. W. Clark, W. A. Clark, Jr., AM. J. Connell, \V. W. Dixon, M. L. Cunningham, Tom Lavelle, Epping, A. T. Mlorgan, II. W. Turner, I. D. Freund, A.' J. Davis, Peterson, John Davis, J. H.-I Vivian. T. M. llodgens, J. Hodgens, W. McC. White, J. M. White, Giard, J. R. Russel, II. I. Wilson, 11. O. Wilson, \V. luohy. J. K. Hleslet, J. Noyes, Jr., A. P. Iltinzc. Fay Harrington, D. Campbell, F. WV. McCriunon, I). J. lHennessy, John I:Frbis, James Forbis, J. E. Dawson, Joe 1);Ds .on, . Schatzlein, R. R. Kilroy, E. Thipson J J. J. McHatton, G. E. Rock Sood, 1. II. Whitford, Thoroughman, F. Shaw, Fred Rowlands, J. K. McDonald, 1. \V. Tilton, Parker, F. IHolbrook, R. R. Kunkel, 1.. Hlarris, II. II. Hanson, J. h. Rote, J. E. Rickards, II. Richards, J. J. Tlemlleman, J. Ieggat, J. I). Ryan, lutton. J. Cotter, II, Rockefeller, E. Car roll. M. Sharpe, Sullivan, W\V. lewis, H. Root. E. .II Weirick, J. I.ong, Callahan, S. JIoh stone, I'. C. (Gillis, l)on (;illis, J. Gillie, C. F. .loyd, J. Sanders, F. Houcher, B. Kremcr, It. Calkins, W. I.. Rennick, Knt. Taylor. ;Glass, C. F. Kelly, R. Reed, Crowlcy, l'iatt, Crittenden, Eliingwood, J. L. I.ynch. J. Braddock, M. Silverman, j. iveriann. ;. Symons, C.. M. and \V. A. Spith, I. II. PI'xson, I)enny, J. Canty, -. I.. (Christi.', C. R. Iland, lFenton, J. F. Beck, Newtlhergcr, (). Ilight, S. Blackis tii, l. .\l, Miller, WV. I)ierks, J. S. llam 1n ' ,ol,, . It. Ilinmilton, Frazier, Gillette, Fe. \lcilon dd, (Cotrner, F. McGinn, Youl HI I. C. t ,Jelks, S. Ellis, J. M. Steward, a,, n ic l,, Iernhei n, W. Alexander, J. , \1\'l,;rtoi, \V;trous, ('asey, J, G. Evans, \. ;, I'louts, IErnl rson, Allerton, Hobbs, ' orris, the Nisses I lammondl, Shields, IlIanlnr, Hamilton, Eleanor, Viola and Lumise I lorgan, M. Walker, I. Theo and Elsa Russell, M. Marks, Pierce, Cora and Jilia Sanders, II. Pfouts, M. Hanson, D. Lawson, E. Bickford, H. Young, Mac, J'an and Kit Sullivan, G. Nichols, M. Iichols, E. Rickards,.P. Kennedy, Mc Donald, M. Scallon, M. Shores, M. Black iste n, T. Carter, N. Lloyd, Fish, H. Tilton, Marcotta, 13. Skyrme, Holland, Driscoll, M. Driscoll, F. Thornton, T. Hinds, and Iviss Bartlett of Omaha. From Anaconda, Mzsdames J. Leivis, L. G. Smith, J. Peters, J. Shields, J. McDonald, J. G,. Mo, oney, J. F. Spellman and W. B. Webb, the Misses C. Peters, A. Moroney, Webb, Mlcain and Pauline McBain and Mrs. Smuo r of Deer Lodgo. MRS. HESLET'S RECEPTION. Long List of Soolety People Present at Pretty Affair. Mrs. James K. Heslet gave a reception this afternoon, complimentary to Mrs. J. K. Clark, Mrs. M. J. Connell and Miss Hammond at her pretty home, No. 6ot West Galena. Lovely without, but with pink asters and sweet peas, tastefully ar ranged in every room on tables, stands, in nooks and corners, the house was a bower of beauty. The color combination In the dining room was green and gold. The chande liers were trimmed with asparagus vines and smilax, the green shades banded with golden glow. The table was brilliant with golden glow, cut glass and silver. Here refreshments were served by these popular ladies: The Misses Lowry, Frances Thornton, Helen Pfouts and Harriott Young; tea and coflce being poured by Mrs. W. L. Renick, Mrs. Eugene Carroll and Miss Fred Kenyon. Receiving with Mrs. Ileslet were Mrs. Charles Clark and the ladies in whose honor the reception was given. As they always are at this hostess' house, this function was a grand success. Those in. vited were: Mesdames M. J. Connell, J. K. Clark, C. W. Clark, John Forbis, D. J. lien nessy, John Davis, l. Smith, J. )D. Ryan, W. G. Pfouts, L. M. Lowry, J. M. White, F. Shaw, W. A. Clark, Jr., W. B. llamit ton, F. Holbrook, F. W. McCrimmon, W. Tuohy, B. Kremer, D. Campbell, I. D. Freund, T. J. Murray, James Forbis, Thomas Lavelle, C. F. Lloyd, A. T. Mot gan, I. C. Jenks, .... Epping, F. McGinn, J. Long, O. Ilight, W. M. Bickford, C. L. Miller, L. Harris, L. H. Hand, J. Gillie, M. Emmerson, W. W. Dixon, Lawler, B. Calkins, Baker, W. Lewis, H. Richard., J. Leggat, W. O. Speer, C. H. 'Moore, G. E. Rockwood, D. (illis, F. lHarrington, W. L. Renick, M. Cunningham, J. Ho 1 gens, J. B. Foote, S. Johnstone, E. Car roll, M. Sharpe, J. J. McHlatton, J. Cotter, J. E. Dawson, Joe Dawson, J. R. Russel, J. R. Wharton, F. Boucher, J. Thomas, J. Noyes, Jr., Kirkman, B. Kirkman, C. R. Leonard, A. P. Ileinze, R. Kunkel, H. O. Wilson, II. I. Wilson, H. W. Turner, J. Templeman, the Misses Goodale, M. Scallon, H. I'fouts, H. Young, Cora and Julia Sanders, lamilton, -. llammond, . Thornton, N. Lloyd, Eleanor, Viola and Louise Horgan, F. Kenyon. Bartlett, Nissler, M. Walker, Voltz, 1. Bickfurd and Marconnot. POET-SCOUT CRAWFORD. Is Guest of Honor at Function Given by Mrs. W. F. Cobban. Mrs. W. F. Colban of South Wyoming street entertained to guests at dinner Thursday in honor of Captain Jack Craw ford, the poet-scout. Summer flowers tm profusion decorated the house. the table being especially attractive. Those at dip ner with Mrs. Cobban and family were Captain Jack Crawford, W. F. Noyes, Floyd Noyes attd Miss (,race Noyes. Several were invited in the evening to meet the distinguished guest, who enter tained the party with tales and reminis cences of his frontier life. Miss Grace Cobban, a brilliant pianist, possessing A rich contralto voice, favored the company with several pleasing vocal and instru mental selections. Refreshments were served and the even Ing spent most enjoyably by Captain Jack Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Prentice, Mr, and Mrs. W. 11. Lindsay, Mr. atnd Mrs. John Scovill, Mr. and Mrs. Carle Galiger, Mrs. C. H. Moore, Mrs. E. L. Newell and Rev. ar.d Mrs. S. C. Blackis ton, the Misses Elma Cobban, Lila Cob ban, Rena Cobban, Margery Cabban, Lul-t Prentice, Ray Cobban. Harvey Cobban, R. A. Day and A. F. Munroe. -+ FOR MISS HAMILTON. Mrs. W. C. Dierks Entertains in Her West Mercury Street Home. Mrs. W. C. Dierks had a luncheon Wednesday at her pretty home on West THOMAS ROWE. Who Married Miss Minnie Young Tues day Evening. Mercury street in honor of Miss Hamilton, who is visiting her brother, W. B. Hamil ton. The rainbow effect of colored sweet peas, with which flower thie dining talb2 was decorated, was greatly admired. Place cards were aquarelle heads, finely executed. The appetizing luncheon, like many pre ceding ones served by Mrs. Dierks, was most enjoyable. The rendition of vocal and Instrumental music by such well-known artists as Mrs. Dicrks and Mrs. Hamilton, made the after noon pass most entertainingly. Those with the hostess were: Miss Hamilton, Mes dames W. B. Hamilton, James Hodgens, E. B. Weirick and Charles J. Kelly. DURAND GUEST. Miss Maud Fox Is Honored by Mrs. John Kirk, in South Montana. Mrs. John Kirk of South Montana street gave a dinner Friday evening in honor of Miss Maud Fox of Durand Yellow was the prevailing color in dec orations, carried out with yellow-shaded candles. Two long stemmed sunflowers lay upon one etd of tile table, tied with yellow satin ribbol.n :. hing to the other end, holding cip,l Nl :i ý'dlien cupid with a candelabra. Siiiall .Ilslowers were at each plate and ci.inry bird flowers wreathed the candlesticks and chandelier, thd tout ensemble producing a charming effet. The guests wdre: Miss Fox, Dr. Bertha. Mackel, Alexander Mackel, Harry CaJllwey and thd host and hostess. MUSIC AND PING-PONG. Oooupy the Attention of the Guests of Mrs. W. W. Wishon. Music and ping-pong were the pleasures provided by Mrs. W. W. Wishon Friday evening for a party of friends at her home oni West Quartz street. Summer flowers banked the mantels and decorated the rooms, making them a series of beau tiful pictures. The games were warmly contested, the music inspiring and the night far ad vanced before the hostess bid the last adieu to the departing guests-Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGinn and E. Mullen of Omaha, Miss Madeline Bartlett of Chi cago, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Noon, Carrol Harrison and Sellers Largey. VISITOR FROM PHILADELPHIA. Mrs. Susan Tuttle Is Entertained by Her Niece, Mrs. M. M. Miller. Mrs. Mi. M. Miller of West Granite street gave a dinner on Wednesday even ing in honor of her grand aunt, Mrs. Susan Tuttle of Philadelphia. The decorations were pink sweet peas, filling large cut glass vases with bouquets at each corner. The place cards were autumn leaves in water colors. A choice dinner was served to the fol lowing guests: Mrs. Susan Tuttle, Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Blackiston, Mr. and Mrs. George Magee, Margaret Blackiston and the host and hostess. -4--)-- HANDSOME MONDAY DINNER. Given by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harper for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hobart. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Harper of North Idaho street gave a handsome dinner Mon day evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hobart. The table was tastefully decorated with a profusion of sweet peas and asters and the rooms brightened with pretty bunches of the same flower. Ten guests discussed, the choice menu provided, while wit and humor sparkled and brilliant conversation, interspersed with scientific remarks, made time fly faster than is its usual wont. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hlohart, Mr. and Mrs. Azelle liobart. Mr. and Mr;. A. B. Kniiht, Miss Myrtle Hobart. Miss Ella Hlarper and the host and hostess. MAKE CANDY AND FUN. At Merry Party Given by Mrs. Grace %Vilson Cahoon in the Owaley. l)r. ;race Wilson Cahoon cntertained a jolly crowd of candy makers at fudge par ties given in her rooms at the Owsley on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. It mllust lint bIe understood these people were professionals in the art, although the fudge produced was greatly enjoyed and lacked nothing. About -o indulged in the sweets and other refreshments, and the hope exp)resscd that the treat might soon le repeated. -+- OUT TO COLUMBIA. Guests of Mrs. Henry Williams Ride in a Special Car. J. R. Wharton, the genial and accom modating street railroad manager, ten dered a special car to Mrs. HIenry Will iams to transport her guests to the popular Columbtia Gardens Thursday evening. Those who enjoyed the trip and the pleasure of viewilng the immense beds of lovely flowers and othler attractions were: Mrs. IlHenry Williams, Mrs. James Thomp son and son. Seymour. of Kansas City, Mrs. WV. G. l'fouts and Rey. Mr. lhwker. -4-- INFORMAL LUNCHEON. Served to a Few Friends by Miss Goodale in West Quartz Home. An informal luncheon was given bIy Miss Goodale of 'West Quartz street to a few friends Friday afternoon. The charming personality of the hostess inspired interesting talks while the courses were served and delicacies enjoyed by Mrs. J. D. Ryan, Mrs. T. J. Murray and Mrs. J. V. Long. MID BOW OF SMILAX. Edith Graves Stands to Become Mrs. Alfred Mills Kitto. Miss Edith Frances Graves, who has lived in Butte fromn her infancy, was mar ried Wednesday evening to Alfred .Mills Kitto at the home of her parents. No. looo Iowa avenue by Rev. S. C. Illackis ton of St. John's Episcopal churc'l. The groom holds a responsible position in the State Savings bank and many of his as sociates and friends, together with the friends of the bride's family, witnessed the interesting ceremony. The bride wore a lovely costume of (Contiued on Page i5.) MISS MINNIE YOUNG. Who Was Married This Week to Thomas Rowe of This City.