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T IIE fair of the church of the Sacrcd I Iart, that has claimed the attention of manly society wol cie and I thers, has blien l'rough to a most suticcssfl terillna tin,, m Mauny workd hardl, too hard for their i.in good, Liht success crowned their tforts. alnd money, hig montey, has been lulned i tli hIelp the hcihling fund of t'at sacrct edl fice. Tl'hi 1hrec hills lgiven tI cIelehraIte the Stent, .and incidentally Ito draw togetlhe'r inire' rcaIdy \ish, isar tchroas .eI s. with mnrry lance, r,. all halpy. all having a -,,nod imeu . 'HI t i ihi \\ al i tlhe' I l.hrw hall that Ilr 1 it ,t oat I,:IIIy of ou(lr In t people., I alnd wi II klnown citll is. whoc ap' t'rlicdl at their h.-t and ,hntced away the hours tut til Imi ning, lhl i large rli' ' iicpins have bIlen notal i't fatures in sun,.I Xi's dlingi s this wici k. 'I h y i were lar'lily aiiltt dl. as the lists of ; . ii s ill ,ho\. I lnre havc lticn card parties, l'nch ,iis-. .I d;I':ce i iv n I' li iithe new chlih Iof ,nt1 . 'i at I'the Nine Mile house. din lrs " s .It i i , ll othe.r llmore or s' i s f(o lli:lI \til Ih, r. .rTc' lruig inlimiations that lll''ib ,'i i II i, l he i'elhltuled inll thltte an u ver hi l e.. \\ ht a lim'e there'll lh. ait ih I ,1i ik) c lih ,l' the liligli ofl the .*1 i . ill\ it.i lls 11 Ire iii r for 1 11' r ItrWo oihor ;.Il -mmli i. ,ir' lire' ill liht air fur II,, t, fi ltiul light "when Ihullrchyards +.i\ i"u u t rI ill, ro llleCs a tllly come and g.o. MRS. I. DONNELLY Gives a Peception in Honor of the Misses Gltinan. \Mr,. 1. Ihli ily. of North \Washing ilI 'clIt t i , ii i d rlay 'i a aflerniuiOO il Ito 1 '. l it I m ,I l'rielulmd, ii honor ,l hl i nn,' e.. 1 >s t . IJ,,binl an of St, Paul, iiil 'li-s . tl. ,iliihic \ hi \ h ue Sclior .l I " h hI,, use c.ias elalcrately dteco t1 I tl. 1 II. , ,r . ch ell ll lll i d greenill ll , ill Il ,h -. lilrll+> s.,d hall, showing the t in -iih , i i. m itnitaini kini ikinic \ith it, hIri.hlt iil h'rriews al l li.' ('conl It.,.tltg tl,,'- ý : m1 h '.r il,' w itlh hright IIlllli' '" I .f l iti s101 liS U~iliid Hilt i 1 s'l ll it i ' iI . ,,al ui f stuu e 1111111 . itL( i t h ilr. us ic tr tih. plllch hl owl rldc ' l i , ,, \VI't' ,,t wo dtn l aroutnl ii, Ilp hi. d in ai ith smilax ,ai d aipara , . hich trailtl and formed a t . ~, ~,, , , !h, lo. Thie dinimg room .was I:., . i hitii . "'I I. younc g lad .es. M iss II' >net' n, :aut m l ) lis. . . . c('allf ery, l -. i it , l i t r ricie nts, i were pretti vi:-..,l in guins with red trim iin+-., ,In lthe table was a handsome hlMChi c!hi th, rillliroilhert.Cl with scatterc ri \\l sith full blown rois'es in each c'ror r. .ar wih li were appliqued rich ,,int l iie' hutrl iilr tl. itn this wiais i l.arge cut glass lnhowl filled with meteor ru-es .1111 frro the chanhlicr ahove was ll . 5i t kdI larCe hop elffect of red lliad v hit'e ribbonsl, intcrtwinel with smilax and: alsrati.s vines. The shades over the thlctric lights cart ried out the color ltReceiving with Mrs. Doinnelly were . 'i-s . ;iltinni , Miss Giltinan am l Mrs. W'. W. ('heely. Dispensii ing the Vinous clinclntilii from thle punch howl were Mi-s. Anua Ward and Miss Jennie i Mc I hontal. V'ith the young ladies in the dilingl room in uring chocolate and colfee wsire Mrs. .E. WV. Shively and Mrs. T. Ilinds. l'hi l quarttee saw that each lguest %ams served wsith thie delicious re frceshum Its prov'idedl by 'the popular host 'I hove inv'ited were: 'iMesdiames F. Cat roll, ('Charlhes WV. ('lark, .1. I.. (Clnninghllan, WV. I. Rennick. J. Finlcn. F P. Holbrook, J. l;illic, A. II. \'ethey, C. ('Copenhairve, C. Iland, F. Ploucher. (;reen Majors, F. \V'. Shively, J. L. Kennedy, Ml. Sharp, \W. \\'. (Chetley, I. N. Symonsc, yr. Ilciuch, (. IPu fahl, I. Squires, G. Steveson. ,o . Reniisch, C. Kimbnall, J. Mclntyre, F. \Veirick, U). Matlock, J. S. ILiamnu nd., I). Snell, F. L.. ('.rc , J II. lharper, \i. Nevins, J. V. VIlsh. D. V alshl, J. 1). Riter, G. (). SMclFarland, G. Potter. A. J. Iltntieke, C'. '. nFulton, J. \\''eimeseary. J. A. lotinovan, '. iPeoplces, WV. 1). ('lark, M. P'. Ilag girty. I;odtfrey, J. V. Supretna t, G. ('lark, S. Johllstttne, J. \V'. 1" unn. J i. i i Sl lmonIs, S. IEllis. W . J. ('histie, C. M1. Prenice.. A. T. Grig. I). lDickson, P. ultlins, I. MISS MAUD E BEEBE, / Until Recently a Teacher In the Butte Public Schools, Who Has Accepted a Position in the Public Library. Ilony, J. Mulillin;, 'r. Hlind,, J. H. Lynch, 1). keinhardt, J. R. I. Sievers, J. M. Wh\\'ite., ('orner, J. Kirk, 11. Sultzer, Rooney, .. 'l'hnmins, II. V. \Vinchcll, S. Coup, R.eichle, Ml. D)oerfinger, C. Swin Iurti, A. II. Jones, J. H1111 and the Misses A. VWall, I. Kc.inedy, E. lanmmond, II. Ihncnn, A. IHumphrey, (;. McStay, J. Ward, \1cronen;u, N. Mudge, F. McNeil, MacNevin,. A. Ward. N. Iturke, D1). Supre nant, i)ore, I). Shively. J. McDonald, M. Mc'auffry. .M. Miller. McNuliv. May and Ma:,rgaret dRhinrhardt, M. oonncy, E. I'et tihone, C. ,es, t . R.,est. Esthrr Pettihone, ..1. c(orette. " Bertha Mackel and the Misses Sullivan. -- 'I-- THEY HATED TO QUIT Dancers at Ora Plata Club Had the Best Time Ever. The Ora Plata club gave the first of a S.rites of dances T'uesday evening, when MRS. LOUIS M. THAYER, Nee Dorothy MacLane, Whose Sudden Marriage Last Saturday Was One of the Sensations of the Week. ircscnt enijo3'yed the lteaihiile ic'asion, and wished for a rrp tition at an early date. (In the floor were noti'e(l: Mlr. :nti Mrs. (, lFayranm, lr. atilI Mrs. ,. \1 - ('utcheon, Mr, and lMrs. ;. W. Pierce., lr. and Mrs. A. T. Rice, Mr. and Irs. . I.. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.. Mlay. Mr. and Mlr iere, r s. S. W. Pierce, Mr. a , Mrs. . XW. I'ufahl, Mr. iland Mrs. I. N. Kirk, Mr. aniid Mrs:; erry, Mrs. Dutlie, Mrs. J. Kenniely, Mrs. I. . J. A.crkle, the Misses A. M. Mor risoni, Shauglthnessy. It. Miles. A. Schap Iy, M. Mullin, ,M. V. ('L.eary, I. Sulli van. K. (ampibell, A. May. N. Niemitlan. G. Iower. K. Natughton. S. Merkle, MI. and K. O LIDonneitll, A. Vass, lThomiipson and Miles; IMessrs. 0. C. Oehmiler, J. S. Cohen, WV. F. I)ufrestne. J. A. McKee, E. F. Maloney. II. Iless. It. lisselin, J. Etlddy, 1)r. IF I. Fhin ke.l, WV. larson, II. urtiont. J. . Finn P. I' J. Hiertel, G. A. Andrew, I.. J. llarris. t. Swingley, I.. Keefe, J. W. Kiithllt, I. Poore, A. 1). M itchell, F. II. Pilling. .J. 11. Shechat, C. Marrow. (. IHart. A. ('lark, II. Itesse, A. C'loss andl J. J. leng,. MRS. J. W. PASSMORE And Daughter Entertain Guests in Hand some Fashion. Mrs. J. W. Passmore and her daughter, Mrs. A. A. McMillan, gave a reception Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Passmore, in West Mercury street. These ladies were assisted in receiving by Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Ellis Passmore. The parlor was made attractively pretty with pink and red roses and carnations. The chandeliers were heavily trimmed with smilax, the lights being shaded to match the floral decorations. Dozens of young pine trees, neatly potted, rested the eye and made a charming effect. The dining table and dining room were ablaze with the glowing tints of numer ous large red chrysanthemums and th. table .appointments were appropriately handsome. Mrs. N. Parsons presided at the coffee service and served that refresh ing beverage to the numerous guests. Mrs. I). Morrison, Mrs. Shields, Miss M. Carman and Miss A. Patterson of Canada attended to those who desired to taste the tempting dishes supplied by the host ass. Those invited were: Mesdames Con. over, Molineux, Patterson. Holmes, W. J. Christie, J. I.indsay, F. A. Gilbert, Ma. graw, Haines, allou, E. G. Smith, J. L. I iUreolia, J. ft. Metrackin, I lugnhes. J. I-I. J. M. ilinkle, \V. ). Speer, . J. . Grocne \'ld, A. S. t'hristie, Harrowl, E. Carman, T. Ellis, Eckles, Iuol, IDavis, F. T. Mc lBride, Reed, E. Carroll, M. Sharp, C. ILeonard, J. I). Slemons, S. Ellis, M. Mc Millan, MI. Raff, E. lasstuore, Wood, O. flight, lI. A. Ford. Floyd, Riter, Jellcries, F. . Mc('rimmon. . II. J. Mconald, M. G. MacNevin, J. I. Ru.sel, \V. Shore, Daly, J. II. lynch, C. M. Atkins. D. Porter, W. C. Dierks. Siderfin, Towle, l)eSnclI, F. Mitchell, II. Rockefeller, J. Braddock, C. V'ail, R. \'ail, Shields. Morrison. Jent ings, IL. J. Ilamilto., I)D. Johnson, R. Kunkel, I'. iMullin, I). Ilckson, G. tI). McFarland, Franzman, J. C. Nurvell, R. Rochester, Noftsinger, lhurns, . II. Ierry, Ingle, \Vells, Black. II. S. ('lark, Orton, L.. S. \Wild. Irvin, I. Pliummer, Teller, R. II. Iaxson. W. Davidson, Evans. Foot, How ard, Hlathaway. lJames, Gilligan, T. S. logan, Moss II. .Patterson Patterso Pills lury. Holmes, S. R. (;raves, Jones, Frakes, C. L. Smith, 1). G. Brown. Bell. Blue, McRae. H g Ie, W. Brownfield. J. Ilodgens, liostwick, 1Duflield. 11. Jones, Williams, II. Cunlitfe . J . F. Sievers. F. 11. Bim rose. S. \V. Kemtper, Fennter. lFariss. Paul, Austin. G. E. Moulthrop,. arson, W. \ WV. \\ishotn. Blon. ('harls. (iossman, New ton. C nhurchill, I)alum, Graves, C. Carroll, the tMisses \illson, (lark. c(rossman, Me Kay. liitehe. BIest. E. McKay, Carman and Mrs. E. I'asomore. - '3'-- MRS. T. ' MURRAY Gives Another of her Charming Lunch eons to Select Few. Mrs. T. J. Murray of West Quartz st ret gave atnother of her chariming luncheons Wednesday a fternoon, when twelve of her congenial friends accepted her hospitality. The color scheme was pink, carried out with handsome candelabre holding pink shaded candles and a large flat basket of beautiful LaFrancc roses and vines that covered the center of the rich dining table. Lace doilies of marvelous beauty, with bonbons and the usual handsomenl appoint ments made the general effect particular ly inviting. The cow boy artist, Russel, decorated the place cards with pen sketch es, to which were aflixed bows and ends of leather thongs. These pretty souvenirs were taken home by Mesdames J. B. L.eggat, \V. Lewis, D). J. Hennessy, F. llarrington, J. 1). Ryan, R. W. Turner, J. F. Forbis, F. Ilolbrook, D. Campbell, F. W. McCriminon, S. John stone and J. A. Lewis, of Anaconda. -4-- MISS MAUDE BEEBE Leaves the Public Schools to Accept Position in the Library. The many friends of Miss Maud Beebe were glad to hear of her appoint ment to the position of assistant libra rian, formerly held by Mrs. Thayer, nee Dorothy MacLane. In the examination held some time ago Miss Beebe received the highest average. She is a Butte girl and the only daugh. ter of Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Beebe. She graduated from the Butte high school in 1899, since which time she has taught school. PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE Is Being Given This Afternoon by Mrs. J. J. Ferrell and Mrs. B. Plummer. Mrs. J. J. Ferrell and Mrs. B. Plummer of \Vest Quartz street are giving a pro grcssive euchre party, this afternoon at which eight tables' of players are doing their best to win one of the three pretty prizes that will be awarded later. The parlor is strikingly beautiful with large yellow chrysanthemums, asparagus vines atul smilax, yellow shades giving a golden glow to the lights. The dining-room and hill are very attractive with red carna ti.ns and smilax, and 'the lamp shades and other appointments carry out the color scheme in a very pleasing manner. I'rizes to be presented the lucky win ners are: A cut glass sugar bowl and cream pitcher, a half dozen richly cut glass knife-rests, and a pretty cut glass salt and pepper. At the conclusion of the games, delicious refreshments will be served to: Mesdames J. K. Pardee, S. E. Grossman of Salt Lake, 0. Ii. Barber of Sheridan, George T. Dut tin of (;reat Falls, E. G. Smith of Pine Grove, W. Corbett, A. J. Daum, J. B. Patterson, J. II. Harper, K. Tuberville, \V. W. Wishon, EIllithorpe, ('. Kellogg. J. Lindsay, Job, 1.. P. Forestell. M. Slater, A. J. Walker, J. I.. Carroll, I. S. Booth, C. i;. Ferrell, J. Holmes. F. A. Gilbert. G. F. Dailey, G. E. ('lark. D). Brown, G. Ber ry, j. J. Ingle. J. Murphy. G. Kane, C. A. Jackson, C. Hopkins, Tully, the Misses A. P; tterson. J. II. Shaw, I. Crossman, El: thorpe, Miss McKay and Mrs. J. G. IIam -.} COLUMBIA DANCING CLUB. First Affair of the Season Is to be Given November 7. The lovers of dancing are looking for ward to the first dance of the season of mii, to he given at Renshaw hall. -Fri day evening. November 7. by the Columbia Dancing club, which is the oldest and most p.piular dancing club in the city. liergstroml's orchestra has been engaged 'to furnish the mnusic and nothing has been left undone by the officers and members to make this a most enjoyable affair. The ne wly elected officers for the season are: I)ai id Hopkins, president; James Person, vice president: Arthur l'erhatm, treasurer; Fr;mk Mc\Villiams, secretary; exccutive commiittee, James Person, lhugh Carroll ainil IF. J. Devine. MRS. P. W. SHEEHY Of West Copper Entertains With a Pro gressive Euchre. Mrs. P. \V. Sheehy of \\'est Copper street gave a progressive euchre party Friday evening to a few friends in honor of her guest Mrs. S. lBer. That they enjoyed the game goes without saying, if the animated play is any criterion. More than that the party was most congenial. Sallies of wit and quiet retpartee passed around until the guests arose to go to their respective homles. Invited were: Mesdames D. Dickson, [Tully, C. Vail, Jackman. A. J. Campbell, Mann, P. Mullins, D. Yancey. J. Cutting, S. Beer, J. Alexander of Chicago, Miss L. Sheehy-'gnd Mrs. F. A. Gilbert. -4. ,'DRAW ELEPHANTS And Prizes, Some of Them, at This . Unique Entertainment. Mrs. J. II. Harper of North Idaho. gave a unique entertainment Wednesday after. inoon in honor of Mrs. O. B. Barber of Sheridan. About a5 of her lady friends were invited to a sewing party and when they arrived were each given a piece of tlack clQth an4itold to outline, in white, the form of an elephant, with the under standing that prises would be awarded to the one making the best sketch and to the least successful one. When all were finished and numbered, they were pinned to the wall and each MISS EM MA BUOLD k4 / *Who Has Returned From Her Summer Home in Hamilton to Spend the WVinter in Butte. giest voted which was, in her judgment, the best and which the furthest away fromi a likeness to the animal. Had H.~ry Stanley been there he might have wondered what new race of quadrupeds had been discovered. When the ballots were counted it was found that Mrs. J. H. Maloney had secured the first prize-a Rookwood vase-and Mrs. Clinton H. 'oore was awarded the consolation prize -a small elephant in biique. The guest prize-a cut glass dish-was presented to ?rs. Barber. WIhen the resultant fun had somewhat s bsided, refreshments were served by Miss Emma Buol and Miss Jessie Whar ton, and a general good time followed. The students of natural history were Mes dames J. H. Maloney, J. R. McCracken, J. 1-1. Hall, C. P. Drennen, C. E. Black burn, Knight, A. H. Wethey, C. Passmore, J. i.. Carroll, Hobart, M. Emmerson, John Gillie, C. H. Moore, J. R. Wharton, G. Lyman, Buol, W. W. Wishon, J. Pyle, J,. 1'. Pyle, E. G. Smith, J. W. Gunn, T. MISS ALZI RE BISHOP, y.,: A Popular Anaconda Girl Who Is Well Known and Liked in Butte Society Cir cleo. T. Baker, M. Gray, W. D. Fenner, T. W. Buzzo, J. Mclntyre, Daum, Miss Robbins, Miss McKay and Mrs. O. G. Barber. -4 MASTER ARTHUR LANG Gives a Little Party to Some of His Youthful Friends. One of the delightful juvenile patties of the week was that given at the home of Master Arthur Lang, 443 South Ari zona street, it beitng the occasion of the young man's eleventh birthday. Master Lang received numerous presents from his little friends and everybody had a general good time. Among those present were: Frida Ileckler, Sarah Ileyman, Helen Rath miller, Margaret Rearman, Mabel Parret, Emily Ybaria, Cecil I.citillr. Willie Mc Gill, Ray Turner, l.yman Harrington and Charles Wilkes. --4 CANDY PULL And Whist Given by Mrs. J. A. P. Sievers of West Broadway. Mrs. J. R. E. Sievers of \Vest Broad way, gave a candy pull and whist party Wednesday evening, complimentary to her mother, Mrs. E. H. Riddell, of New York. Red were the decorations of the rooms, a rich dark red, the lights on the chande liers were capped with.rcd shades, scrolls of red crepe paper were brought from thp center of the room to the corners, red crepe portieres draped the archways and the tables were covered with the same bright color. The evening's amutsement started with a candy pull that created not a little fun and diversion. Then the more serious proposition, a game of whist followed; to which twenty eight sat down and con tested for the prize. It was as exciting as a game of whist can well be. When it was over it was found that Miss Ethel Wood had won the ladies' first prize-a red candle and shade held by a large snake, Miss Maud Mc Caffery the second--a cut glass knife rest .--and the booby prize, a rose vase, went to Mrs. J. A. Donovan. The first prize for men, a picture "The Monks"--was secured by Professor Leamy, the second-a tobacco jar-by Dr. Keenan, and the boody--a beer mug with German coat of arms-was given to Mr. Clayton. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. R. Vail, Mr. and Mrs. C. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Pax son, Dr. Smetters, Dr. and Mrs. I. Don nelly, Dr. Monohan, Dr. Keenan, Dr. and Mrs. MacNevin, Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Cor ner, Dr. and Mrs. Donovan, Dr. and Mrs.. J. W. Gunn, the Misses McCaffery, Wood, Scott and Beck, Messrs Lamphier, Clark son, Leamy and Mrs. Riddeltl. ----+-- MRS. A. J. WALKER Entertains Her Hosts of Friends With a Pretty Euchre. The home of Mrs: A. J. Walker, No. 722 West Park street, was the scene of a delightful euchre party last Thursday al ternoon. There were thirteen tables. Iler artistic home was made more attractive by a profusion of American beauties, cry-' santhemums and smilhx. One feature of the delicious repast served was roast duck, which Mr. Walker had bagged at Red Rock Lake and considerately sent for the pleasure of the guests. Mrs. Charles Ferrell won the first prize -a cut glass cream pitcher and sugar bowl-Mrs. Peter Brcen the second--six cut glass sherbet cups, Mrs. J. T. Carrol the third-a royal sevre plate. Each of the young ladies assisting were presented with a water color handsomely framed. Those present were: Mesdames J. W. Weimescary, DeSnell, D. Brown, T. C. O'Brien, H. Kennedy, A. S. Nichols, J. W. Gunn, G. Bartlett, Stanberry, P. Breen, l.eyson, B. G. Smith, ('hevigny, S. H. Trealor, C. Schatzlein, C. M. Prentice, J. H. Hall, G. E. Blackburn, M. Slater, C. F. Booth, Bernheim, E. B. \Veirick, V. Paltrovich, A. Sulton, Conley, Lynin, J. T. Carroll, J. J. Ferrell, I. Anderson, Glasier, E.. H. Irish, J. Davis, Hohart, Shodair, Greenwood, Marks, R. Carroll. A. IH. Jones, F. Holmes, D. Brown, S. Johnstone, J. Braddock, H. Rochefeller, S. II. Bur gess, R. H. Paxson, B. Plummer, C. Far rell, D. Driscoll, D. Callahan, W. C. Bache lor, J. C. Sullivan, J. A. Donovan, H. S. Clark and the Misses Redwin, Purcell and Stuart. --9·I- SIX BUTTE BELLES Invite Their Friends to a Hallow'een Party Next Friday. A sextet of Butte's fairest belles, the Misses Bickford, Cullen, Blackiston, Daw son, I.loyd and Louise Horgan have is sued invitations to their many friends for Friday evening next to a Hallowe'en party to be given at the Country Club housp. This promises to be the event of the month and many are looking forward to the pleasures of that evening with keen anticipation. It is knoivn that many sur prises are to be sprung and many jokes played on the innocent guests during the night's fun and frolic. KUPHAL IS BEST. And Thus It Is, Perhaps. That the Bests Entertain Him. The Misses Best, of West Granite street, entertained Wednesday evening at a musicale in honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. Best, of Kalispell. The lion of the even ing was Mr. F. Kupfhal, who had jus: returned from Leipsic, where he has hbeei studying music with much credit to him self and the professors who taught hiim. Not only is Mr. Kupfhal a most brilliant perfornler on the piano, thrilling one's every emotion as he passes froln the grave to the gay, from soft pleading tones to martial music, from meatsured beats to rapid mnovemlents, lhe is also a conmposer of a.very high order and those who were fortunate to hear himi were rapturously enthusiastic over his magniicent Im;lster pieces and the charming manner in which he interprets them. H"IILEDONI CLUB Take "r'heir ~ ,eethearts and Chaperons Out to the Nine-Mile House. The Philedoii club is the l.,elst to make its bow to Butte society. last evening the club, composed of r2 well-known young men, invited ra young ladies to a dance at the Nitt:-Mile house. Two tally-hos, each drawn by four horses, carried the merry party from town at 8 o'clock. Upon their arrival at the ap. pointed place the musicians, whom they took along, struck up the grand match, ani the fun of the evening began. Dancing was kept up until midnight, when an excellent supper, that included spring chicken, celery and other good things, was served to the happy crowd. When supper was finished dancitng was re sumed and the young folks tripped the light fantastic until j o'clock in the omori;lng, then prepared to return home, satisfied that the evening had been spent in a most en joyable manner and that the initial d,m-t (Continued on Page Fifteen.)