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DOINGS OF SOCIETYI
T HIS has not been a very busy week in social circles; pernaps the prox imity of ('hristmas and its attend int festivities nave something to do with it. However, there has bern somne thing doing both indoors and out of doors. Big receptions brought out hundreds of sitc Ity's devoters, and quict dinner parties and infourmal tenas entlerained the few. '.,tn \a re interested in the noble work of t he needle work gtild, which presented to the Associated ('harities some 1,2oo garments for distrihbution to the worthy ipoor of Iuter. Seine of the churches Iare doing +liir iht t with fairs and entertain ments to attract visitors and incidentally toi raii :.c oine) fr worthy prl oses. Skat ing is the favorite out-of-doi r sport just Itnw ai. the glissy surface of the lolland Itre, t rink is dafiy and nightly croiwdh.ed wit h linitte" hIst people enjoying that hteal;dth git ing exercise. The doings of the weik i e clll niclild below, so that he who I'iu s iu.) read. FOURTEEN TABLEFULS Of Guests at Euchre Sit Down at This Joint Entertainment. .Mrs. I. I1 llarpelr and Mrs. K. Turher vii;.e i i i l a large circle of friends in tilt i' sp.n . ius hote, on North Montana st it t, , Tlh::rsday aftertloon. There weIre t t:i. le of players, and the game waii. p. .l'. rve euchre, with four prizes Iso, inentvles for gLI earnesit work with thi carsI- l. house, with its large rooms op. uing ii'n~, ;altih oth r, an ideal spot for sit h a pat v. w;is gaily decorated with fine yi llo,,n ,ihrii -nthtltmims. Shades of the, .in, ll I:, i nr as the tlowers gave at re. i ltelc light is of the settilng sun. These, wsitlh thlie light tints iin the gowns of many 1p:e-tt. ie(' a Il rihlli:ntt color tone to the ('Vt cl' utgittg .cene. 'I :c I ln. haIm l prize, e cut-glass perfutme hth. i, on ly Mrs G. l.ymtan. The iest i,, a ii li.ately titHted hisqute vase, a, , c,i t,1,i i yi Mrs. E. It. W\Veirick. The si u I .i:, ri'e a litt vsiotine l.otwelsa vase, w, ,t to 1r . S. Mithitt, nd the consolation pl ire. ; Irit ic i copper and gold, was a,.; r lt, t, Mrs. R. II, Green, )elicious r ir-hit rut. w .'e ,crvei atnd the after nuon i lig ihtf lly .spent t lby : M ,sd:unl es F. 1\. Mct rimm,,n. J. I. 1cllatton, F. T. Mcltrid,. . R. .lec'rackin, A. A. McMil n ihn NI v,.. W. 'Ni(.. White, A. P. Ihtintt . H. II. 'asx n. C. . M, Prentice, B. F. I'i mini r. t. l'assni re, J. . I Riter, C. C. -Hut.ir i. II. Rockefeller, tG. Smith, E. G;. Smith. F, I. Suhaw, tC. Schatzlein, FE. W. Shivetly. M. F. Sharp, WV. 'IT'allant, i). VW. Iilt t. J. 11. V\ivian,. A. 11. \Vethey, E. B. \\eirwk T. J. IefTries, J. R. Wharton, J. C. Pyle, t. A. Morlecy, J. WV. Murphy, F. Renisch, W. W. WVishon. llarrison, John Furhis, J . R. Russel, I. l)onnelly, J. B. \\'clicomne, 11t F. C(alkins, R. Vail, Alexan der, Newton. I. A. Rhiddle, W. 0. Slipeer, C. I,. Kellog. R. Kunkel, J. II. Fariss, M. G. .NlacNevin, S. Johnstone, WV. Bacheler, J. R. WVharton, J. Mclintyre, C. G. Pingel, W. W. 'Welch, S. Ieer, J. A. Canty, C. Booth, J. J . tRoote, J. T. Braddock, M. Busch, G. ;. Blackburn, A. E. Hobart, A, iuol, W. Browunfield, L. J. llamilton, A. S. Christie. E. Carroll, J. L. Carroll, D. ('ampbell. G. F. Clark, W. W. Cheely, J. 1. Dawson. J. . l)awson, J. Evans, C. P. I)rennan, J. E. Davis, A. J. Davis, L. Ehrie, G. DlSnell, M. Eimmerson, S. i. Fair. J. J. Ferrell, F. Ferrell, F. Hlarring tot, T. M. Ilodgens, J. II. Hall, A. II. Jones.,. E. 1.. Kern,. A. B. Knight, C. Ly mani. t. Leonard. J. Lindsay, W. Lewis, C. II. I:,ne. F. F . H olbrook, J. Hlolmes, T. A. ;rigcg. J. W. ;un, J. Gillic, W. Green, O. light. G;. E. Moulthropl, S. Moflit, and J. II. Maloney; the Misses li. Irons, Green and MI. l)othnan. FORTY LITTLE TOTS Romp and Feast With Frieda Pincus, Aged Just Four. A little t year oIld tot. Frieda Pinetts, tilhe idoliztd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. lineus. 'ave a party on \Vednesday after nooot to )abut fIrty of her young friends. It \ as a very pretty sight to watch the little lals and tlassies. all dressed in their hLst. disp'l'r titn tlnhrugh the rooms amidst a prolutn.,i.n of swel It Ilowers and growing phLons, nmdor colored-'.haded lights, play i: lirst nel ~mine aInd thent another. O(h, i i t di tlhey ot J enjoy themselves. So did th .- a lii"', Ilti asuiCre it was to .study their t hey lay d the donkey game, Miss Ag I.,; D vis . inningi tile frst prize, a hand s.in, hrulih. The second prize, a I laviland tup :ll ! sllt'. t et tto Miss i M. \Weimes ctry. l:ilt the third, a pretty t h , tickled the fiauy aof 1iss iLot Nichols. The col,,o1 ;lill prize, a picture booe, was pre, t.,entd to Master At e plang.I. tlogIan Mi , l iiazel (;idtrup cit me oiut at'll n lllll in the Iltll g Ile, re'tcl i \vig I Sprize a a i. an ;tllame like the oni they It wta.s the birthday I ake. s ibt h its four little cN;ldle., that attracted i most atten tioln aitr tie full and frolic o t a, ie pl;v ig ty Frovernds Enoy Game With a relish tliing a iti (11the ly o thter te.mpting dishes serve!d for lUICIh. That ltly may live long to n, joy many I~more birthd:y partiys as tmed wish of the piarents of Marie Stan, (;ak trace house nz 'etrer, l is s iie Ferrell, . lland \ eirick, Arthurt \\t it ic, Ethel ;nzdkergclcr, Idie Sultan, Margaret t\Veimeseary, IHazel Schott, M ilton Schott, Edith Schott, sther then c rald puddihen, Mrgdish, aret t)arhe ilola Nichols, \\illi the Nichols, trcn Davis, . iic ioavis, rerth avis, An drew Davis, Toun Mcl.aughlin. John Mc aughlin Arthur Jonas Donall d til crman, Joe rtirmian, o twared \telleman, Arthur liken, 're.stotn ('aptll, hazel Gindrup, lingo Mayer, Francis Symons, Gladys ('Canlol, Ilenry Symons, Francis Syn(ons, Abe Engel, llenry Levinski. Pearl Kopald, Dave C('hen, Frank Rosenthal, Rita Alex antdr. Lowry :t1n(1 Silvernalin. THEY PLAYED EUCHRE Cixty Friends Enjoy Game With Mrs. C. G. Ferrell. Mrs. C. (;, Ferrell of West Park street gave a euchre party this afternoon, enter taining about 6o of her friends. The parlor was prettily, trimmed with pink chr) santhemtlult and smilax, and the dia ing room and hall with brilliant red car nations anil smilax, making the house par ticularly inviting. The Misses IEuLblie Ferrell and Eva Anderson charmaingly performed the duties of door maids. The first prize was it handsome point lace handkerchief, the second, a richly cut glass nappy; the third, a ltaviland china pudding dish, After the distribution of prizes the guests were served with delicious refreshments, hav Ing had a ,cost enjoyable time. , Participating in the afternoon's pleas ures were: Meadanes A. S. Stanbury, L. W. Shodair, D. J. Charles, H. L. Charles, A. Anderson, H. E. Hobart, J. L. Carroll, J. A. Donovan. S. Buckles, G. A. Chevigny, \V. McHugh, W. H. Nichols, N. M. Bowen, F. (;lasser, E1. 11. Irish, D. G. Brown, N. D. lartlctt, S. II. Greenwood, J. 0. Jones, T. J. O'Brien, R. H. Paxson, G. Doris, J. Doris, W. C. Itacheler, J. Glass, C. J. Cut ler, A. Booth, 1. Plummer, E. G. Smith, 1E. B. Weirick W. H. Merriman, L. Bern heimn, F. Boucher, J. G. Evans, H. J. Walker, Franklin Everett, J. M. Denny, It. II. Kennedy, S. Treloar, G. E. DeSnell, \V. C. l)ierks, J. J. Farrell, P. Breen, A. J. Darch, M. IBurns. II. Rockefeller, G. Bart lett, W. C. C'anell, A. Pincus, B. F. Cliff, MRS. MERMAN BELLINGER Who is Visiting in Butte. C. L. Scott, E. S. Booth; the Misses IF. Redwin, .Moss, G. lHowen anud .Mrs. T. Bryant of Salt Lake City, Miss ,Murtic Hlobart and Mrs. W. A. McMannery of Anaconda. MISS LEAH HARNEY Entertains Her Friends at a Game With the Pasteboards. Miss leah Harney invited several of her young friends to her home oln Friday even ing where they were entertained with cards. Refreshments were served at it o'clock and during the remainder of the evening the guests played gaines and had a good time generally. These were the Misses Ollie McDougall, May lanley, Mabel P'eterson, Rita I.inds Iey, Blanche Cooke, Grace Tfully, Anna Ilolteburg, Julia lHorgan, Jessie Wharton, and (;race .oyes: Messrs. Ben llammond, Clark Johnstone, hal Johnstone, Lou Kane, James Kane, ('ecil Iooher, Joe E'arly. Lee Early, Fred Ilammer, Lou Clark and W\in hield (;unn. MISS VIOLA BELL Aged 11, Entertains Young Friends at a Masquerade. Miss Viola Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. lell of W\est Park street, cele brated her eleventh Itirthday on Friday evening by entertaining her young friends at a masquerade party w\ith ga;lles and other amusements. Pink chrysantlhentuls and smilax were used to decorate the rooms for the juve nile crowd of ip.as ure-seekers. About MRS. McC. WHITE One of the Charming Women of Butte, Who Is a Great Social Favorite. three dozen children took part in a cake walk and the game of pinning the don. key's tail. Two prizes were awarded for each pastime, dolls for the girls and books for the boys. The souvenirs of the merry evening were fancy napkins filled with candy asd, tied with baby ribbon, which were t home by Eulalie Ferrell, Ruby Di Charley Dixon, Frances Dorhofer, Pl i)orhofer, Frank Dorhofer, Raym Tucker, Eva laron. Cassie McCraig, lia Eschele, Neta Eschele, Lola Nich Willene Nichols, Mildred Kahnwe Pauline Sweeney, Edna Hinds, Hinds, Walter Hinds, Frank Hinds, Anderson, Ionsa fqoth, Toby Banks, Reta King, Ida Keppner, Elsie Kenner, Rhea Cutler, Marguerite Cutler, Philip Camn pana, Clementine ('ampana, Dora WVil loughby, Inga Marks, Marie Marks, Hazel Dwoper, Ellwood Iderman. MRS. WILLIAM SKYRME Extends Invitations to Young Men of the Philodoni Club. Mrs. William Skyrme has extended in vitations to the young men of the Philo doni club to dine at her home on West Granite street, tomorrow, Sunday, at 5 o'clock. The members of this club, in dividually and collectively, are to be con gratulated upon having the opportunity of putting their feet beneath the mahogany of a hostess as popular and entertainink as Mrs. Skyrme. They will be served with a dinner worthy the attention of a veteran in the art of dining and will enjoy every moment spent under that hospitable roof. The dining room will be elaborately trimmed with pink and white chrysanthe nlums and asparlagrus vines and the members whose n;ames fdllow will be accorded a warm reclption. .M. O'Brien, A. Berry, A. Iliilbrotlner, G. Davidson, G. Perrier, J. (orette, A. Mueller, Marks, Glover, H. 'lallant and J. \'ortman. MRS. JOHN LINDSAY Entertains in Honor of the Natal Dar of Miss Amy Lee. Mrs. John lindsay of North Alabama street entertained on Tuesday evening in celebration of her sister, Miss Amy Lee's birthday. ,One of the pleasures of the *o. casion was the ilippin 'of Illustrated' ad vertisementi from the pages of maatines. These cards were so arranged that they could be seen and examined by each of the guests who did her best to write the name of the firm or company seeking publicity for their goods. When the fun resulting from this mental exercise had subsided, the company was treated to vocal and instrumental music and later to refreshments, all of which came in good time and were greatly ap .preciated by the Misses Oiler, A. Ogler, uire, Wall, Wood, Patterson, Ellithorpe, Birdseye, Mietlejohn, L. Prentice, Coy, torm, M. Telfer, M. Corette, Marks, C;ark and Ballou. COVERS FOR '1FWELVE #Qt This Little Dinner Given by Nelson ' *.and Ben Hammond. Nelson and Ben Hammond, sons of Dr. J. S. Hammood, gave a dinner party on Friday evening at their father's residence on North Montana street. Covers were laid for ts. The dining room and table were tastefully decorated with southern smilax, branches and sprigs of hne Christmas holly, covered with its large red berries, red satin bows, red shades and other accessories, which made the fetive bontd brilliantly beautiful. T'his is the first dinner party this sea son using the typical Christmas plant for table ornamentation. The place cards, Gibson society girls, were saved as souve nirs of the interesting and enjoyable oc casion by the guests, the Misses C. Rus sel, G. Noyes, T. McDonald, H. Daft, J. Wharton and E. Charles; Messrs. R. Bet tension, H. Rockefeller, Cecil Booher and I.. Kane. MRS. M. Q; MacNEVIN Gives Reception in Her Handsome Home in North Idaho Street. Mrs. M. G. MacNevin gave a handsome reception to her nany friends at her home on North Idaho street on Tuesday after noon. The house was brilliant with rich floral decorations, pink and white being the chosen colors for tne occasion. The din ing table had in its center an immense vase. filled 'with pink and white chrysanthe mums, the chandelier above snaded in pink, and trimmed with smilax, ropes of which hung in festoons extending to the four cor nIrs of the table. Pink carnations in pro islon, with smilax, beautified the parlors, chandeliers, furniture and all surroundings. Mrs. Fred srolbrook, the Misses Mar garet MacNevin, Matie Driscoll and Grace Stevenson, tastefully gowned, assisted in serving the guests. In the receiving party with the hostess were Mrs. T. W. Buzzo, Mrs. C. Schatzlein, Mrs. A. J. Davis and Miss Telfer. Miss Mildred Te'llfer and Miss Emma Buol serves punch and little Moise Norvclle was the first to greet the guests upon their arrival at the house. Among the guests who greeted tne hos tess were: Mesdames E. Carroll, M. Sharp, J. B. Roote, EI. J. (iroenevetl, Clark. Mc Millan, R. Kunkel, H. Rockefeller, J. Brad (lock, F. S. Mitchell, McGee, I' Holbrook, J. Thomas, Kaufman, J. Berry, M. Burns, Carney, E. W. Shively, J. Davies, A. J. Davies, Schilling, D. I)riscoll, J. I. Daw son, J. G. Dawson, A. H. Wethey, J. W. Gunn, Cannon, F. Shaw, G. l'ingel, C. 11. Moore. C. Passmore, A. P. Heinze, W. McC. White, J. Noyes, C. Schatzlein, H. V. Winchell, J. S. Hammond, H. I. Wilson, J. R. \W'harton, Cullen, J. 11. Harper, K. Tu berville, Buol, L. M. Prentice, J. 1-. Ma loney, E. A. Morley, McCrackln, tlobbs, T. IH. Moore, I). W. Tilton, McDonald, M. M. Miller, W\. Alexander, J. Lindsay, Patter son. Holmes, Kellog, J. Alexander, J. B. Keith, D. Brown, D. Callahan, W. W. \Vishon, Buckley, Atwater, Tully, D. Por ter, Riter, I) J. Hennessy, j. D. Ryan, J. R. Russel, J. Forbis, W. A. Smith, Bern heim, Denny, W. J. Christie, J. Temple man. A. S. Christie, Judd Clark, W. I)icrks, J. l'assmore, Ellis Passmore, Ed. Passmore, is. ti. Clark, Jr., J. H. Vivian, A. J. Darch, \v. L. Renick, M. Cunning ham, Adler, H. Symons, 1. Symons, U. Symons, W. Symons, C. Copenharve, F. lBoucher, S. Johnstone, J. Gillie, S. Buckles, Fenton, J. IH. Smith, M. I.owry, W. M. Ilickford, W. Skyrme, 1'. Lavelle, J. J. Mc Ifatton, F. W. McCrimmon, I). Campbell, J. R. E. Sievers, 13. O'Connor, Fariss, J. I Iilhronner, C. Heilbronner, D. Goldberg, S. W. Newberger, J. I. Rickards, Dutton, Fulton, J. Mcintyre, G. Robinson, J. M. White, Murgittroyd, W. 0. Speer, C. C. Rueger. J. A. Rueger, T. W. Buzzo, M. Ilusch, T. A. Grigg, B. E. Calkins, J. K. Ilceslett, Beal, t(enisch, H. %%. Turner, Mor rison, McPherson, C. J. Cutler, O. Putahl, Stevenson, S. Blackiston,, G. Clarke, J. C'anty, Jones, a'errell, F. Ferrell, Kern, S. Ellis, Laughlin, K. Rochester, J. tI. Sle mons, C. M. Smith, J. A. Barker, A. W. Corner, J. B. Welcome, J. Norvell, C. Lane, I. F. Weimescary, A. J. Huneke, Whitcher, Young, C. P. Drennan, G. iE. Moulthrop, (.ravelle, Hinds, W\. Shore, Sloan, Aylwin, F. Harrington, Aspland, Maure, W. David son, T'. Hodgens, J. Hodgens, Bacheler; the Misses E. Horgan, V. Horgan, L. Hlor rin., K. Bickford. Alice and Ann l.owry, A. Driscoll, M. Driscoll, H. Skyrnte, Leila Russel, E. Russel, T. Russel, Dore, Can non, Aylwin, Irons, Squiers, M. Goodale, D). Dawson, N. Strasshurger, E. Strassbur ger, E. Buol, H. 'lilton, Green, Wethey, (;indrup, Patterson, Ellithorpe, R, Hill, lppecnheimer, E. Rickards, Stevenson, M. tllackiston, MacNevin, Telfer, M. Telter, Blest, K. Best, Baldwin, C. Clark, Alex ander, flines, Lee and Moise Norvell. THEY ARE ALL SMALL But You Will Be Interested in Every One of These Items. The Nemow club was charmingly enter tained on Thursday afternoon by Mrs. \latt Slater in her apartments in the IHam ilton block. Those present were Mesdames J. L.indsay, Job, Forrestell, B. Plummer, J. J. Ferrell, Daily, J. Patterson, J. Holmes and F. A. Gilbert. The next meeting of the club, two weeks hence, will be in the evening at the home of Mrs. Gilbert, when the husbands of the lades will be invited and entertained by Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. Daily. By Dr. and Mrs. Campbell. l)r. and Mrs. D. Campbell gave one of their charmingly delightful "quiet" din ners at their home on West Broadway, last Sunday. The favored guests were Mrs. M. Cunningham, Dr. and Mrs. W. L, Renick, Dr, and Mrs. F. W. McCrimmon and Dr. W. H. Hall. The dining-room was resplendent with rich red roses and smi lax. Red shades on chandelier gave a 'warm glow to the surroundings so satisfy ing and satisfactory when wet snow and chilly blasts run riot outside. At the Ice Rink, Miss Ellis Rickards had a skating party at the Holland street rink on Thursday evening when thIe merry crowd disported on the glassy surface of the ice, cutting all sorts of figures and enjoying the fresh air and invigorating exercise. In the party were the Misses Russell, Fannte and Ade MI*S S86 SKYRME One of the Popular Belles of the City. Who Has Left for the East laide (Ogier, Isabel I. Jones, Ellis Rickards, Holland; Messrs. Mort White, Milford Johnston, Henry Newman, Homer Rick ards, B. Putnam and Marvin Jenkins. As You Read This. This afternoon Mrs. John Lindsay gave a charming luncheon to nine charming ,ISS MOISE NOIVILLE Who Was a Little Doormaid at the Reception Given Tuesday by Mrs. McNevin. young ladies at her home on North Ala bama street. Beautiful large yellow chrys anthemums and yellow carnations with ropes of smilax were gracefully arranged around parlor and dining-room, showing their fragrant loveliness to good advan tage amid the table appointments and their surroundings. The place cards, pretty figure sketches done by the artistic pencil of the hostess, will be treasured as interesting souvenirs of the occasion by the Misses C. Russel, L. Prentice, M. Hamilton, D. Shively, M. Dolman, M. Mil ler, E. Pierce, E. Cannon and F. Evans. Gardens Orchestra Entertained. Carter's Columbia Garden orchestra was entertained on Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hamilton at their home oil California avenue. In their turn the mem bers of the orchestra entertained by ren dering in fine style several pieces of popu lar music, which were applauded to the echo and encores demanded. Refresh. ments were served by the hostess and the musical treat greatly enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McHugh, Mr. and Mrs. II. Dobson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hamilton, Mrs. W. J. Kennedy, Miss F. Shaughnessy, I)r. E. J. Rinkle, J. McMann, II. W. liamilton, G. McHlugh. Rose lMe Hugh, J. Hamilton, \V. ll:amiltoi and R. Burton. Farewell to Mr. Koenninger. A farewell supper was given last Sun day evening in honor of Mr. Conrad Koen ninger of Clayton, Idaho. who was one of the earliest settlers in Butte and has numerous friends among the old-timers of this section, glad to see him again after an absence of i8 years. Mr, Koeuuinger was given a hearty greeting, a good time and a rousing fa(e-well by G. Nickel, J. W. Tischler, Dr. O'Leary, J. Daily. I). Thomas, W. Keller, F. Shearer, C. Schaf fer, W. Meyer, the Indian Saxophone quartet of the Liederkranz (;ce club. i'dl. (Continued on Page Fifteen.) Mine. De Vries Has located in Butte permanently and is now prepared to give lessons in the follow. ing laces: Sattenberg, Point, Plemish Ira blan, Duchess, H oniton :an others. Ladies desirous of taking lessons please call at Room A., Maul block m, \W. Park street. classes Now Forming.