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Doings ol Society.
IllS was expected to lie a dull week in society circles, and it has been. W\ith so many of the leading lights de voting their whole time and all their ener gies tIo make the Sacred Heart fair a financial suesrs, it could not well be other wise. lIowever, it must not lie thllght for a i10otmltent that these itterested ones have j\vn intimated that the week wasi dull. Far friom it. I niy have wben bhisy, and some oif themt are very tired, lint working in a goond tantse, they keep going and will uttil the (end. 'h,, cour., of trite love reached a happy cli,;max ,it Ilintrday. when one ,of thie soci iti h lh, it a, maitriril to tlhe man of her choice, 1. 1 1che s. ,, l dea , tinners, country par ties, lhb-eltchre antd i other card parties, thceaters and sutppers ade tup the list of thit principal' functions to ti recorded. ---+ BID EUCHRE Enjoyed by the Guests of Mrs. M. M. Miller of West Granite. Mrs. M. \I1 . Miller had a bid encre party 'lTIh;; aflteritntn allt her home ini \\t st i unite -treet. lFive tailes of players ,.it I,,,s n to the gain' and omine lookitig jii wititar atli'tng tiw fun. Red and green teI the colorts of the occasion " l re', ,r i . :ilrtu ns anld tnb trella ferns inl, rho srel i rooms particularly at tractive. iThe polisleu,,d dining table, from hI(ih lirefrelsh. ets wereit served, wais mtlade .vry unitinl. ys pietty lace d ili'es, car ati ns ;,nid ilrn,. RIedi chantdeliers were I ;usily yinaltii'lii sith :asp;aragust vines. A lharte,,' cot +tlah-s howl, filled with red puncth mil green grapes, still further car rpe ut the color stcheme of the hostess. The plyier hinning the first prize a 1.in,,es plate was Mrs. MI. Itusch. 'llh, bthy lrines a dainly hisque figure, was ;uilred l Mrs. J. 11. Hall. Mrs. A. 11. \\,uthey aint, s, cloe to the first prile that a htlntii t (if ;arnatiuons was pre.entI to Iher by Mrs. Miller. 'Those n.o,.ing the game were Miesda.mttes: I)D. W. Tilton, It 1t l )onali, JI. R. Wharton, A. II. \Vthy, I. A\leawtier. (t Suummer, iI. lIt lh, 1. II. IHall, R. Vail, Aylwin, 1. N. Symonts. \W. J AIlexailr, .I. II. MIlny. (. M. Prentice.: Messrs. S. lh;ckinston . . A. Morley. I. I'ingl and the \lii-us ;\yliu in ad 1I. lheatmtunt. THIMBLE PARTY i Given by Mrs. W. W. Wishon in Ex celsior Avenue Home. it It wa;s a thimble party that Mrs. W.. WV. W'is.hon gave this afternoon at her home fe oni Quartz stmrct anld Excelsior avenue. ft The gu ,ests, of c uirse, btrought their sew ing and plied their needles with more or st less effect. There was no competition, no , prize, no disappointment, nothing but la plcasure and merrimnent. as The house was beautiful. It was noted that nothing could so artistically decorate cc the hanlsome parlor as the white and f yellow chrysanthnemums, used in all avail able spots.~ The lilrary, dining room and hall were t:diies ini red chrysantlltemumslll and carnia tionlt, everything was lovely, bright and cheerful. Refreshmnts were served and the guests, whlose names follow, went to their respective homes more than satisfied t wilth what they had done and accomplished tI durinig the afternoon: Mesdames D. A. Dixon, J. t'yvl., 1). J. IHennessy, J. Alex ander, J. R.I tiussell, John Forlis, I. a Noon, .\. J. liinke, J. Gillie, W. J. I (Christie. J. 1). Slemouns, S. Ellis, J. W. tt Gunn. C. I':l-more. F. McG(;innll, (C. Mor ris, .l. Itartlett. J. I). H ainu es, J. W . T'homsa,. 11. V. \Vinehell, T. W . lIuzzo, 1). Camptbell. J. RIt. McCracken, G. Ituchanan, II. W\ . 'Iurir. J. Templeton, S. i.. ('lark, (. Hlight. J. IDa ic.s, J. II. Maloney, J. C. t Pyle and F. 1.. Si m 'r of Helena. MRS. J. T. MURRAY Entertains in Honor of Miss Thornton and Miss Hammond. Mrs. T. J. Murray of \Vest Quartz street gave a swIll luncheon Wednesday comnlli litIntary to Miss IEdo ina Ilaiunonr and Alis, Frtances lThornton, 'I tie appointmenets of the litting table were particularly hatld somti. Itrussels, point lace doylies were at each guest's place. The center decoration of tlowers ~.as a large plateaut of Ieautiful yellow Jtallanese chrysanthetniutms, splentdid large specimens of this fasthionable fall This lunlchelnn is olel of a series at which this popular hostess is so cha;rmingly enter tailing her manrty friends. The following ladies participalted in the afternoon's Ipleasures: The Mlisses latumlond, Thorn tonll, H. Young: Msdaedames Charles \V. Clark, E. Carroll, \V. I.. Renick, J. K. Ilceslet. J. 'I empltenl an and tile hostess. --+- i-- ON THE COURTS. Butte Girls Who Like Tennis Are Now Enjoying Themselves. 'I he game of tennis is tile favorite amusementl t just now with manly of the betlles of lutte. lThe courts of the Coun try club are in good condition and every day several of our young folks go out to enjoy the exhilarating exercises. On W\ed nesday afternoon, the Misses Edith Bick ford. Nell L.loyd, I aisy I)awson. Puss Cullen, Margaret Blacklston and l.ouise Horgan had a most pleasant time dis playing thetir ability in the teniis courts. Who .played the best was not stated. Perhaps it was more of a practice game to keep thenlt ill good shape for conteste that mnays-follow later. Miss Horgan en tertained the party at luncheon at the Clulb house. ----+-- MRS. R. H. PAXSON Of West Granite Street Informally Enter tains a Few Friends. Mdrs. R. IH. Paxson of West Granite street, informally entertained a few friends Friday evening at the classical game of whist. Pink and white carnations, with their beauty and perfume, added to the pleasures of the guests. Refreshments were served at the conclu sion of the game and the evening passed most pleasantly with the studious players: Rev. and Mrs. Blackiston, Rev. and Mrs. Gibble, Dr. and Mrs. Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tilton, Mr. and Mrs. O. Hight, Mr. and Mrs. R. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Denny, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. E. Paxson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Rockefeller, Mr, and Mrs. W. Brownfield, Mrs, M. Barstow ad the host and hostess. M'INTOSH-FLEMING. Butte Man Goes Way Baock to Georgia to Claim His Bride. The large circle of friends of Mr. John TO FARAWAY GEORGIA. John A. McIntosh, a Well-Known Butte Newspaper Man, Went to Claim His Bride. Houston Mlcintosh, the well known young newspaper mIan of Butte, will be interested in the announcemtlt of his marriage to Miss Mary Fleming at C'o lumbus, Ga., on Wednesday afternoon. October 22. The ceremony will be a quiet affair tlnd will take place at Trin ity church of that city, ilmmediately after which Mr. and Mrs. Mlcintosh will start for Butte, vwhere they will make their future home. Mr. Intoshi is one of the reportorial staff of the Inter Mountain and is a most estimable young mlan. 11e has a large inumilber of friends and acquaintances among the newspaper fraternity, as well as in social circles. Mr. McIntosh comes of one of the good old Southern families and his parents rank high in the social life of Atlanta, Ga. Btefore going to claim his bride, hlie paid a brief visit to his old home, spending a couple of days in renewing old aclquaintances. Miss Fleming and Mr. McIntosh be caume betrothed alout three years ago at which time the latter came West in the hope of making a name and a for tune for himself aind prospective bride. Since coming to lIttte- abnout eight mouths ago, Mr. McIntosh has established for himself an enviable reputation as a cour ageous and upright genltlemnan and his many friends will wish hinm and his bride the greatest happiness In their future matrimonial career. Miss Fleming is one of the belles of the little Southern city and is a type of thaut rare spc itlcinn of womnanlhood such as the South only can produce. 1cer fa;ithfulness to the muan (of her choice through the years of waiting while he was making a Ionuse for her in the \\est is characteristic of the Southern maiden. The culmination of this little romance - for romance it is-ill the wedding at (' ulmbus Ga., this week, should elicit the congratulations of all the frieindls of the young couple. PROGRESSIVE WHIST. Mrs. E. F. Mayer Entertains in Home in Goldberg Block. Mrs. E. F. Mayer gave a progressive xhist party in her rooms in the Gulberg block Wednesday evening. They were tastefully decorated with pinik roses and smilax, festoons of this trailing vine hang ing gracefully around archways from other convenient places. The first prize, a bronze plaque, was won by Miss J. Engle. The booby prize, bunnies under a parasol, went to Miss M. I)alzer. The first prize for gentlemen, a brass clock, was won by I)r. Ilanifin, while the second, silver toilet articles in a case, was captured by Dr. Monahan. After this lucky quartet received their prizes and the congratulations of their friends, refresh nments were served at a late hour, the several guests wending their way to their respective homes. Those invited were: Drs. Smnetters, Kee nan, Hanifin, Monahan. I.. J. l.amphir, R. E. Maguire and the Misses J. Engel, B. Engel, B. Dalzer, A. Moran and M. Moran. -4 MRS. A. DAVIS Of Bozeman Is Guest of Honor at En tertainment by Mrs. Ferrel. Mrs. A. Davis of Bozemnan, who is visit ing Mrs. C. J. Ferrel of \Vest Park street, was the honored guest at an entertain ment given by Mrs. Ferrel Tuesday after noon. Pretty yellow nasturtiums with their round green leaves gave the bright contrasting colorings that caught anld held the eye of every visitor. After the eveni ings amusements came to a close, supper was served and an hour or so spent in conversation and nlusic. Those present were: Mrs. A. Davis, Mrs. Bell, Mrs, J. L. Carroll, Mrs. Cornell, Mrs. Stone. Mrs. A. Anderson, Mrs. A. Hiobart and Miss Bowen. -4 A Welcome Addition. Mrs. 1. Donnelly of North Washington street gave an informal musicale to a few friends Thursday evening to meet Miss C. Giltinan, a thoroughly accomplished pianiste, whose rendition of the master pieces of the great comlposers charms all listeners. She will h'e a welcome acqui siton to the musiical circles of Butte. POPCORN MASQUERADE. -9 Given to Eighteen Little Friends of Miss Hazel Gindrup. A popcorn masquerade was given last night by Mrs. Harry Symons of West Park street for her sister, Miss Hazel Gindrup, 18 of whose little friends came masked and dressed in fancy costumes. They had more fun that they ever before knew was possible. A popcorn chase was the first event on the program. Willene Nichols, with keen. est scent, secured the prize-a beautiful bronze donkey. Another amusing feature were the living pictures, imperonated by the children, the object of the others being to make them laugh. For the one who refrained the longest, Willene Nichols se cured the prize-a bronze candlestick. The popular songs guessing game was won l)y Florence Tuohy, who named the most titles and obtained a bronze reindeer. The parlor was made uniquely beautiful with strands of curled pink ribbon and popcorn, leading from corners of the room to the chandelier, where they were finished MISS MARY O. FLEMING, Of Columbus, Georgia, Who Is to Be Married to John H. Mcintosh, a Butts Newspaperman. with an immense popcorn ball with many smaller ones attached. The same general style of decorations in pink and white were tastefully ar ranged in the dining-room. The dining table was star shaped, with a huge plateau of ripe fruits in the center, and the color scheme was further carried out by candies and knick-knacks generally. After the games the evening was spent with music and dancing, which pleased the little ones immensely. They were loth to leave the gay and festive scene when the time came for them to go home. Noticeable among the characters were the little hostess, Hazel Gindrup, as a popcorn prince; Irene Summerville, a Spanish girl; Carrie and Irene Oppen heimner, popcorn suits; Florence Tuohy, ballet dancer; )rea Johnstone, butterfly; \Villene and I.ola Nichols, Gaston and Alphonse: Margaret Weimescary, news boy, and Helen lianson, a popcorn princess. The mnasqueraders were: Drea John stone, Ilallie lBoucher, Dixie Williams, Carrie Wharton. Carrie Oppenheimer, Carrie lowry, Irene Oppienheimer, Irene Summeurville, Florence Toohy, Florence Ledwidge, Lola Nichols, \Villene Nichols, Nan Vivian, Fay Feldberg, Margaret Wcimescary, ;eraldine Forbis, Irma Stl verman and Maude Weirick. Mrs. Grig'te Mystic Evening. Mrs. T. A. Grigg gave a mystic evening at her home last night to a few friends, where they were entertained with palm istry, phrenology and the many familiar ways of foretelling the future. There was much fun listening to secrets and those whose wives were to marry again fairly trembled in their shoes. l)elving into the mysteries were Mr. and Mrs. G. M, Ma jors, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Shively, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Buckles, Mrs. J. W. Gunn and Mrs. G. E. Clark. DOUBLE WEDDING. Two Couples Enter the State of Matri mony During the Week. At asS8 East Second street, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hutchinson, on Wednesday evening, October zs, theyt was a double wedding, the principals be. ing their daughter, Miss Vera Lenore Hutchinson and John H. Trengove and Miss Annie Hurd of Reno, Nevada, and John A. Smith, a popular employs of the Butte Street Railway company. The Rev. A. H. Henry officiated. The tebremony took place at 8:3o. Both the brides were dressed in white silk mull, ttrimmed in valencienne lace, applique and satin ribbon, and were attended by Edith Harriet Hlutchinson, dressed in white silk, carrying white roses and Elects Viola HlIrdl, dressed in pink and carrying pink roses. The parlor was beautifully dec orated in pink and white carnations, chrysanthemums and roses. At 9:3o the guests sat down to an ehit,orate wedding supper. Sitth couples received many costly and beautiful presents. ,Mr. and Mrs. 'Trengnve will he at home to their friends at 1228 East Sec oil street and Mr. and Mrs. Smith at 2 5o East Secoaed street after October TO HEAR "FLORODORA." Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Winchell Take a Party of Their Friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Winchell gave a box party Monday evening at the Broad way, where they listened to the music of "F'lrodora," watched the merry dancers, the famous sextet and other good features of that musical comedy. I:etirning to their handsome apartments in the l.enox, they discussed a delicious super, talked about the show and passed the remainder of the evening with vocal ant instrumental music. Mr. and Mrs. Winchell had as guests Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Miss Short and A. Chester Beatty of Colorado. IT WAS TO LAUGH. This Menu at Dinner Given by Mrs. Pyle is Too Funny for Anything. Mrs. J. Pyle of North Excelsior avenue entertained Friday afternoon in honor of ullrs: J. C. Pyle and Mrs. F. L. Sizer of .1elena. The ecature of the function was the guessing, contest in which the guests were :o supply the hidden meaning of the enig latical nlames on the nelnu for the day. I sizes were awarded to those who solved ,he greatest number. Mrs. J. II. Harper was the aptest at guessing the dishes and won the first prize-a richly cut glass dish -Mrs. John Forbis came second, winning a beautifully decorated llaviland plate. The rooms were prettily trimmed with sweet peas, oysters and other delicacies were served and the entertainment brought to a successful close. In this guessing party were: Mesdames John Forbls, A. A. Forbis, J. R. Russel, D. J. Hennessy, J. Ahlexander, W. W. Wishon, A. J. Huneke, ,. 1). Ryan, W. A. Smith, J. Vivian, C. Hand, T. Hodgens, C. Leonard, F. Har I'liton, W. Lewis, H. O. Wilson, J. C. :,randers, J. L. Harris, L. P. Sanders, E. J. ,r,,cueveld, J. R. E. Sievers, Charles W. Clark, W. Tallant, G. Tower, J. H. Ma lonty. A. H. Wethey, J. H. Harper, K. Tu ,wrville, F. Rowlands, W. L. Renick, G. R,,binson, and F. Sutphen of Helena, the millsscs Russel, Goodale, S. Sanders, eV.they, E. Hammond and Puss Cullen of Spokane. Following is the menu that proved so in tci..sting, with the answers in parenthesis be'icath each dish: AN ENIGMATICAL MENU. -Soups Imitation Reptile, (Mock Turtle.) -Fish ]The Largest Part of Sambo's Feet, (Sole.) -Game Portion of a Mountain Range, (Partridge.) To Shrink from Danger, (Quail.) Tailor's Tool, (Goose.) -Meats A Genial English Author, (Lamb.) The Country of the Crescent, (Turkey.) One of Noah's Sons, (Ham.) Woman's Best Weapon, (Tongue.) --Vegetables and Relishes Two Kinds of 'roes not Found on Man nor Beast, ,Tomatoes and Potatoes.) Comical Performances, (Capers.) MRS. IRENE LEFLER TWOHIG, Who Was United in Marriage to J. E. Young, a Well-Known Local Busineus Man, Last Saturday. Elevated Felines, (Catsup.) -Pies and l'udding To Walk in an Affected Manner, (Mince Pic.) The Result of Pressure, (Squash Pic.) The Mantle of Winter, (Snow Pudding.) A Summer Residence, (Cottage Pudding.) -Cakes and ,ces An Agricultural Implement, INloe (ake.) A Kind of Fish, (Jelly ('Cake.) A Tropical Sea Plant, (Sponge Cake.) A Quarry Product, (Marble Cake.) What Do I l)o When I See a Mouse? SIce Cream.) A London Paper, (Punch.) -Fruits .The Historian's Delight, (Dates.) Happy Lovcrs, ( Pears.) Water in Motion, (Currants.) -Wines and l.iquors The Traveler's Haven, (Port Wine.) Pretended Agony, (Champagne.) Couch of Death, r (Beer.) The Lover's Address to His Sweetheart, (Madeira.) -. MR. AND MRS. F. E. YOUNG, Who Were Married at St. Paul's M. E. Church Last Saturday Evening. St. Paul's M. E. church, corner of Idaho and Galena streets, was the scene of a pretty little wedding last Saturday evening, when Mrs. Irene LeJ'-r Twohig and Mr. F. E. Young, both well known in local society circles, were united in marriage by the Rev. Mr. Murray. Mr. Young and his bride have both resided in Butte for sev eral years, and have a wide circle of friends and acquaintances. The groom received his education in the local schools, graduating from the High school here in 1889. When the High school alumni was formed last year Mr. Young was elected the first president. He is the bookkeeper at the Butte waterworks and is one of the most valued and trusted employes. Mr. and Mrs. Young are now at home to their many friends at No. 914 Colorado street. WORTH ALMON Gives a Whist Night in Honor of His Friend, A. A. Johnson. Worth Almon of West Silver street gave J. E. YOUNb Who Was Married to Mrs. Irene Lefler Twohig at St. Paul's M. E. Church Last Saturday. a whist party Friday night to celebrate the birthday of his friend, Albert A. Johnson. When the game was over they entered into a competition for which a prize was offered to the one making the most words out of the letters contained in the name of the honored guest. The first prize' in the whist game, "Lowell's Poems," was won by Miss Gussie Miles; the second, a pack of playing cards, with Montana views, was taken by Miss Margaret Driscoll, and the booby prize, "Damn; the Story of Will Complain," was awarded to Miss iit" Fair. ine guest prize, a water color, was presented to Al bert A. Johnson. In this merry party of young folks were the Misses C. Russell, N. Fair, K. Fair, M. Dennie, G. Bowen, D. Shively, L. Sheehy, M. Driscoll, E. Berry, M. Brasier, G. Mills, M. Slowes, F. Olds and F. Evans; Messrs. A. A. Johnson, J. VanGundy, F. Bushnell, N. Bostwick, M. McGuane, A. Pettibone, W. Brasier, H. Johnson, A. Schloesser, 1. l.aird, Mack O'Brien, A. Berry, N. Almon and Worth Almon. AT "PINE GROVE." This Party Enjoyed One of the Best Times in Their Lives. "P'ine Grove," the pretty little canyon farm of Mrs. E. G. Smith, was the pleas ing scene of a monst enjoyable luncheon \\ednesday. The two tables on which lunchlleon was served were tastefully trim llme with chrysanthemums. grown in her own conservatory. Then the luncheon itself was more appetizing when it was known that the chickens, ducks, Belgian hares and tomatoes, forming a part of the menu, were raised right at home under her own care and supervision. The rooms wece decorated with evergreens, potted plants, roses and crysanthenlums. A game of whist followed the pleasures of the dining table. Mrs. G. E. Clark proved the champion. winning the first prize, a beautiful handmade handkerchief. The second prize, a cake plate, was taken by Mrs. J. HI. Maloney. Participating in the pleasures of the country party were, Mes dames: W\. \V. Wishon, S. Johnstone, K. 'l'uberville, J. H. Hlarper, C. P. Drennan, C. M. Prentice, A. H. Jones, E. A. Morley, G. IH. Berry, D. Brown. E. HI. Irish, F. Glasser, A. Hobart, J. Haines, C. Pass more, C. E. Williams. G. E. Blackburn, J. H. Hall, D. W. Tilton, Donovan, J. J. Ferrill, B. F. Plummer, J. H. Maloney, A. J. Walker and J. McCrackin. On t.ie evening of the same day, Mrs. E. G. Smith gave a dancing party to about twenty-five invited guests. A string ed orchestra furnished delightful music, to which the merry crowd tripped the light fantastic until long after midnight. Flowers were everywhere, their beauty and fragrance filled every nook and corner of this canyon home and were much ad (Continued on Page Fifteen.)