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WHAT IS DOING IN BUTTE SOCIETYY
NI vi. Tll n Yancey entetrtained b eau)~ti fully ait rim'hrv last 'I'hlur'day afternoon. 11cr nzzract.ve home wa~s brightened with 'ut tlowcre nod trailing grcens brought frcrh from thc greeiihourec of 1leclein. 'I hn c ianud..ooc hand -cin roidcrrd ccntcr pi'rc uiere try5ardled to the lucky ladics im ho were moot sac;croful in the game. I )ursng t he afternoons deli gistfl r fres~h msentss were crvcd. The laldii( %. 0so enijoyed Nlrs. Yanceyal hospitality ssere Nirs. I)r. Mcl~arviti, .1 MR. FARMER, WHO WAS MA RRIED TUESDAY NIGHT. MISS ANNA HAMMOND, WHO WAS MARRIED TO MR. FARMER TUESDAY. _ .. ,. .. . \ ý cu I t nv Ir.1.. rnaIa ulbnu.. \Mr... turt D arrow. \Mr%. Nir.. '1 tlt. \I1 ". I'.W. lirthy, XIrt. R. It. gealt. XI - . hen Ivmer., N Ii... I,. a Ke.ttr. S'4 MRS. URQiU HART LEE Who Will Talk on Par liamentary Law in Butte. IMrs. I.. 1.. \,'iN ly. Mrs. C. F. Kellogg. Mrs. A. A. ('rostnan. Mrs. (harles U. s ail, Mrs. Ran Vail. Mrs. Dan Brown, Mrs. WV. J. t hrictie, Mrs. t'harles Gosman, Mrs. John Ingle. Mrs. C. S. Jackman, Mrs. B. .ildsay. ,)r. WIertha Mackel, Miss Mary C. I' eaee, Mrs. .Jennie Ash, Mrs. A. J. Camp hell. Miss M1illi.e Coffi. \.,ss Ida .rossman, Mrs. J. '. tutting,. Mrs. A. J. Daum,. Mrs. D]avid A. IDickson and Mrs. Zephin Job. The lone hand prize, a hand-embroidered centerpiece, was won hy Mrs. V. W. tCheely: the tirst prize. a lovely plate, was awarlded to Mrs. F1. A. Galbert; the second, an embroidered doyley, fell to Miss Anna 'PatteronI. and the consolation, also an tmhbroidered doyley, was given to Mrs. Curt harrow. Lecture on Bjornson. T'horald Klavenes delivered an interest ing ,ecture on "lijornton" Tuesday :night at the Norwegian lndepelndmnt church. A POR REIYT ra-room brick, ualr South Arizona, 4-room frame. 423 So. Ohio, $18.oo. $27. 4-room frame, 5'3 South Wyoming, so-room frame, za West Porphyry, $s5.oo. $5.o00. 4-room modern brick, 538 to. Wyo so-room brick, 1133 Nevada, $as.oo. ming, $ao.oo. so-room frame, 304 West Granite, 4-room frame, a2a So. Wyo., $z6.oo. $350oo. 4-room brick, 1123 So. Arizona, $Ss. 9-room modern brick, Iowa avenue, 4-room frame, aos5 W. Woolman, $3o.oo. $18.00. 6-room frame, 31o So. Idaho, $s0.oo 4-room modern flat, 709 South Wyo 6-room brick, roaa California, $aI.5o. mir.g, $o.oo. 7-room brick, W. Broadway, sao.oo. 3-room modern brick, South Main, 6-room brick, Delaware st., as.0co. $s8.oo. 5-room modern brick, West Side, 3-room frame, MeQucen Add., $za.oo. $4o.oo. -room mod. brick, So., Wyoming, s room frame, near Star West mine, $18.oo. $1o.oo. a modern rooms, W. Granite, In. 5-room brick, 9p4 South Wyoming, cludinI light, $Sa.oo. $15.oo. Stores in all parts of town. FOI. SALE Furniture of ls-room lodging house-must sell at once-bargain, THn THOMPSIOi 00. IRE INSUIt.CE. LOIS, REAL ESTATE. I WEST BIOAWAY, IUTTE lareec and appreciative attlience gathered to listen to Mr. i.,avenes, who gave a sketch of the history of Norway before entering upon the main theme of his talk. Mr. Klavenes also took occasion to thank the people of Butte for their interest and patrllonage. Russell Tea. (hi Friday afternoon l hlr. \V. WV. I\\ ..tn rmntertain,,l a numn.ir of her mrien(. TIe Iadi % brotghit tIhir fancy t% 'rk aicd thoas %in felt inclined played p'ing pang. A dlelicioUs Ilncheon was ,crcd ian the dincinig. roon. which was aglow with pink arna tion. and delirate it rt,+. I hose presCent were : MesdaenC (George \\W~itering. V. A. D)ickson. John Alexander, licrttartl \etnne, Alexander Iiusll,and, lubn F Iorbia, Robe~rt Paxsonol, Josep~h Pyle, i icttaiux Ilight. A. J. Iluneke, Mc;ee, i;. J. ;roeneveld. J. W. unin. W. C. i)ierks. De Nard Buckley. Hlarrison .Mliss Margaret and Nee Reinha.rdt. ROY HOPPER Surprised by His Young Friends at the High School. One of the jolliest affairs of the week was the surprise party given last Monday evening to Roy Hopper by a number of High schelt boys and girls. The occasion was the nineteenth birthday of the young host. The party took Mr. Hopper entirely by surprise and for a few minutes after their arrival the pleasantest commotion pre vailed. After the first greetings were over the young folk began to play guessing games and whist. The prizes were award ed as follows: First. in whist, to liallie Davis; second, to Alma Erickson: first bty's prize, to Leslie Earl., second boy', to Arthur Genereaux; first in guessing game, to Lena Bowman; second, to Cecil ljooher. At the end of the games, which caused much merriment, delicious refreshments were served. Those who assisted Mrs. Hlopper in entertaining and earing for the young people were: Mrs. N. Genereaux and Mrs. J. Hi. Gilbert. The boys and girls who gave the strs prise party were: Hallie Davis, Graw Noyes, Erma Charles., .can Harney, May liller, Lena Bowman, Alma Erickson, Charlotte Mcl.aughlin, Belle McKaskle, John Crozier, George I'ayne, I)an Ilanley, Leslie Early, Joseph Early, Calvin James, James C rown, Cecil Itooher, Ileu Ham mond. Percy Thomas., Earl t;ilbert. Rupert Gilbert, Fred McQueeney, Herbert Bow mllan, Arthur G;encreaux. MASQUERADE BALL By Women of Woodcraft Was Voted a Great Success. 'Ihe hall given on 'ucesdayv niglht :it the Auditorium by the Ilnlock Circle. W\\'men of \Voodcraft, was a great success. AboIut -oo tickets were ol, allind the attendance was very large. I'ries were offered for the tmtost luniqule costumes ;land they proved a fruitful incentive, for the dancers ap peared in moust attractive and appropritte garb. It was a hard matter to choose be tween snO many excellent inmpersonations, .ut finally the prizes were awarded as fol lows : lest women's comical character. . Mrs. J. (. Martin; prize, a handsome stein. l1est Lustained character. Miss Sampson; prize, htne umbretla. Best dres'red lady, Mli-. Ir\ve Smtith; prize, a statue. niest sustained men'sa ctharacter, C'harlte Runtkle: prize. tobacto' jar. Hest comical men1's character. Hr larry Iticrson. The committees who were int cdharge of the ball were composed of the fotllo.eewing ladies : (ommittee o(I arrancgellnt% Mrs. M. F. l)cyott. Mrs. T. thtllhliand, Mrs. A. Iowen. Mrs. May lthametetrlaitt door committee., .rs. G;arrity antd IMrs. Callahan. FARMER-HAMMOND. Popular Young Couple Celebrate Nuptials in a Quiet Way. A very quiet. Ibut 1lovely. we ll.ll t was that which untited .Nless .\triuan Iannunol, and Mr. Joselph I:te mter i Iholy wedlock on Tuesday evenitn at H :3 o'clock. The ceremonty was performetd lti the presence of a few relativs andl friends by the Rev. James W. Tait. ias.tor of the (;race M. E. church, at thle home of the bride and proom. The pretty house was trans formed into a bridal bower by a proftu sion of pintk roses and ga;rl:tand of trail ing vinles. The bride was lovely itn a gown of pearl gray poplin. She carried pure whilte roses. The ylountg couple t "~,.B · ··r~ ~- ...k~P~t~~r *1S~ li:~i ··~ s;··, ... ·X sa .. - bj i:r: : .1: ~·.·· :i·· .i.;.* ....:. *::.i· ·e :-,: ·rr~~: '·"·: i· iC···~ ~;a·: t ·.: :,~·;r*:·t~i~ .:· ·I. MR8~ DAN YANCEV, WHO LN T~RTAINED ON TUEBDAYI walked in unattended and stood alone while the minister made them one. After the ceremony a handsome wedding break fast was served. The bride is a young woman who has none but friends among those who know her. She is a sister of Mrs. P. H. Sher rard and Miss Carrie Hammond. The groom is a young business man in the cmploy of the Connell Dry Goods company, with whom he holdls a position of responsibility. Though the wedding was strictly pri. vate, a great number of beautiful presents attested the popularity of the young cou le. The guests who witnessed the ceremony and partook of the generous spread were: Mfr. and Mrs. P. Hi. Sherrard, Miss Car rie Hammond, Mr. Roy Farnham, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Bennett, the Misse4 ila and Hazel Sherrard and Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Tait. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer are at home to thedir friends at their cosy home, 639 Sauth Main street. Russell Tea. tMrs. J. R. Russell entertained a few ladies at S o'clock tea on Friday after noon. Mrs. Russell is giving a series of these delightful little entertainments that have become so popular during the rwinter. Each guest brought some bit of cork and a most enjoyable time was lient. Mrs. Russell served dainty re freshmenlts. Hier guests were: Mesdames J. R. Wharton, L.yman. J. D). Slemtons, W. J. I( histic. Mary Sharp. Margaret Cunning h.nm. llul., J. (;. Sanders, Harper, Mla loncy and John Wellcome. Valentine Party. A very attractive valentine dinner party was given on Thursday evening by Ray mnond Ryan at the home of his parents on West Park street. Several of his little playnmates were invited. and they sat down t. a t:alhle made" ;ay withl vaAentines and \fter dinner the little folks played games anId a m(.rry evening was spl(ent. The chil hren present were: Mlaudlie and Arthur \\ cirick. HIarold King, IIomer Ryan, I.milyv Kim,,s.ury aof D)illon. and the young hi.-t. Mrs. O'Brien's Luncheon. .l,, \l yrtle ()'Itrihcn as.a hostes.s at a ira tt, httle luncheont la st aMonday even ,. i ha lii dininrg or cu as hung in red ., ia \chilt. aid red l tal Cers were tused. A sar% datiiit) ianlrt 'asa served. Those who ,a re i , itlI ware: Mli.ss Marie and Miss a saa guat, Mis t rcelia Krier, Miss \.lli, lhw. Miss .M'lamic .Mcl)onald, \1-. aLlric Ilarkins. Informal Afternoon. \l.s. I. Sidney Illis entertained quite informtally Fridlay alfterntou in honor of hI r gunst, Miss t ila lis. lefreslthments a.re arstretd a:ad a pleasan'ttt titme was Announcement. Next Monday cvaninag Mr. Arthur M'uel h r will entertain the l'ihiledona club at a, large dancing party. It a ill lie given it the Ihome of, his parents. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. Von t.osen who have been in Arizona for several weeks, have return ed to Butte. Mr. McCaskle and Miss MeCaskle of Pony have been spending several days here. Dr. Bernhelim Is contemplating taking a year's trip through Europe. Miss Ann .Wall returned frogm ,ow Specials This Evening MEN'S NECKWEAR Men's stylish pure silk, flowing imperial four-in-hand ties-beautiful new patterns in light and dark shades; also, medium width four.in-hand ties in the new rever sible effects; a magnificent assortment, $1.oo 25g and $t.50 values..... ................ An extensive assortment of dainty puff ties in high class silks, light and dark colors; neckwear that sold all season for $1.75, $t.5o, $1.25 and $i.oo, O5 take your choice; sale price .................. MEN'S SHIRTS 50 dozen celebrated Star, Monarch and Our Own $1.5o and $2.oo colored shirts-made of prettiest patterns of best quality madras cloth and French percales, ýSý all sizes; separate link cuffs to match; sale price OPEN UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK York last Sunday evening. Sne has been Iusy purchasing her trousseau and is some what indisposed from the tatigue of her journey. Mr. A. J. Shores has gone last for a short time. Miss Annie Wynn, a talented member ot the company playing "The heart of Mary land," was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Jackson during her stay in Butte. Miss Wynn is from New York. Miss Adele Humphrey of the high school is sick. Mrs. William I.. Renick, who had a baby bcy horn to her last Sur.n..y morning, i-' LITTLE RU TH 8IEVER$. is improving rapidly. 'I he baby is a fine to.pound boy and( it is a cIItious coinei dence that he was born on N1rs. 1. A. Clark's birthday. The Rev. Dr. A. II. tlenry Ieft here Monday night for a long trip last. Mr. W'. 1. Word, who has In en in Ilel ena for several days, returned to ltutte on .MInday. Mrs. W. Il. Ilatheway had a lIttle daugh tcr on Mondlay. I he mother and thie baby are doing nicely. Mr. I. M. Cobblan. who has been in Boire on business, is home again. Miss BHiake and Miss \% inche . who have been visiting ....s I'.Eumma Buol. left cin Monday for their respective homes. Mrs. NMiriam L.ender of South Dakota and her two children arrived in Butte this week. Mrs. l.endcr, who is a sister of Mrs. I)an Yancey, was taken sick almost immediately, and she is now at St. James' hospital. Miss Tic'he, a well-knoswn and popular teacher in the public schools, died of pneu MRS. CLARA M'CARROLL Graduate of the New York School of Chiropody and Dermatology in Hair Dressing and care of the hair. Scalp Treatment for baldness, falling hair, dandruff. Chiropody Corns, bunions, ingrowing nails, etc. Dermatology Removal of all facial blemishes. Manicuring and care of the hands. Plain and Electric Facial lassage Ladies and Gentlemen. Consultation Free. Visitors Welcome. Parlors 220-2ao, Pennsylvania Block. Hours 8:30 a. m. to y:oo p. m. and by Appointment. Telephone 961A. moni.i last W'ed~nesday morningll. She was well beloved by her many fric...s and re spected by all who knew her. Miss Lyda (;eddis of Helena is visiting Mrs. Ellis. Mrs. II. V. Winchcll. who has hccn in New York since the holidays, is at home again, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Will have taken a house at No. 945 \West Granite street. Omaha Strike Settled. Omaha, Feb. 14.-The job printers' strike which has been on here during the past six weeks was settled last nighit, the employers conceding vv'ry point. Tlhe new scale. which goes into effect Sc.ptenm her t next. provides for a uniform o:age of $z8 per week of 54 hours. The scratch of a pin may cause the Iosa of a limb or even death when blood poI. soning results fromn the injutry. All dan ger of this may be avoided, however, by promptly applying Chamberlain's Pain Hahn. It is an antiseptIc and unelualled as a quick healing liniment for cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by Paxson & Rockefeller. Newbro D)rug Co., Christie & L ys. Newton Bros. Ready for Trial Trip. S.:n l'raocisco, Feb. 14.-The frLighter Arizonian. which the Union Iron sorks has just conslllpte for the Ametricann-Ha wailan line, came off (':arpenters' Point drydock yesterday and on Monday will leave for a trial trip.