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Dillon. Feb. 28.--Miis Mamie McIntosh
has returned from Great Falls. where she
has been caring for her little brother who
recently died from a cancer of the eye, and
will take up her work in the normal.
Henry Hammond of Bangor, Mich., Is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Edna Emerick.
President It. H. Swait of toe state nor
mal and F. C. Kress were in Helena a part
of the week on business pertaining to the
normal school.
P. H. Poindexter has gone to Los An.
tles, (Cal., for a two months' sojourn. Mr.
Poindexter has been troubled considerably
with asthma and he expects the mild Cali
fornia climate will benefit him.
J. S. Smith has recently returned from
Salt Lake City, where he has been the last
five months working on the railroad.
A qtdet wedding took place at Lima on
Tuesday evening at the home of the bride,
when Arthur J. Singer was married to
Miss Mattie Philips. The groom is the
only son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Singer and
has a good job as lfreman on the railroad.
Miss Philips is one of our most estimal le
young ladies.
Williats J. Propper and Miss Maglie
Jaggera sere married at the Ho!cumb
!.ouse by Rev. R. 1'. S, ith. There were
present about iS friends of the couple, and
efter the ceremony was performed a ni:-e
S"n,·r v...." erved. Mr. Propper is a pros.
perous cattle and sheep man near Medicine
. . . ..... ..e- owns a ranch and where
he and Ilis wife will make their home.
Miss Jaggers is from Horse Prairie, where
she has a host of friends.
A. B. Coon and family have moved to
l.ima this week, where thiy expect to re
side in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. David Robb, Mr. and
Mrs. .L. R. Grannis and Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Branan will leave tonight for an ex
tended trip to the cities of the coast. They
will spend a few days in Salt Lake City,
Treasuu of thi Beth Art Club.
and from there they will visit San Fran
clsco. Lee Angeles, Tacma, Seattle, as
well as other coast cities, sad return by
way of Butte. They expect to be away
for a month or sis weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lusher have re*
turned from Iowa.
Rev. Father Van den Broeak left this
week for the coast, having been given a
three months' vacation by the bishop.
F. W. Haman of Salmon City is a Di.
lon visitor.
Bozeman, Feb. a8.-Mrs. Jein A. Luce
has returned from a visit to her sister,
Mrs. Frank Kyle, in Helena.
Prof. Linfield has gone to Helena and
Missoula, and will be away several days.
R. R. Finlay has returned from the cap
ital where he spent several days on busl
ness matters.
Mrs. J. J. Kelly is visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. M. Seivert of Harrison,
Montana, are visiting their relatives, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Busch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCarthy left for
a brief visit to eastern points Monday.
Before returning to Bozeman they will
also go to the Northwest Territory.
Mrs. C. E. Wiese has gone to New
York, where she expects to arrive in time
to attend the funeral of her father. She
wil prolbahly remain in the East several
months before returning to Bozeman.
Miss Bessie Potts las gone to the Cam
eron school district to take charge of that
school during the illness of the regular
teacher, Miss Josie Popper, who is suffer
ing from a severe attack of rheumatism.
The reception and ball given by Messrs.
and Mesdames T. B. Story, W. W. Living.
ston, C. S. Hartman, W. S. Davidson, 1.
L. Kirk, J. R. Westfall, W. M. Allard,
George Davidson, Dr. and Mrs. Tudor and
Mliss Ballinger, on Tuesday evening, was
the social event of the season. Story hall
had been secured for the occasion and
Thompson's full orchestra to furnish the
music for the dancers. Nearly 30oo nvi
tations had been sent out and a large
number of guests made their appearance
at the conventional hour to pay their re
spects and to take part In the festivities.
The band stand was very prettily decor
ated with bunting and in the lower part
of the hall arrangements had been made
for serving refreshments by attendants,
while Dr. Hogan's reception room had
Leen converted into a very cosy card room
Ly those who did not feel like joining in
the dance. The grand march was begun
:, o:,.u and led by Mr. and ires. T. B.
-tory, after which the i6 numbers on the
,cgro-am were gone through, Between
: ,'iI,ert the refreshment stand was well
; !,aci;ct and the delicacies provided
u'r".e 'l:ehice indeed. I. the cardroom oth
-Si dLvotcd then.lvca to playing their
favorite games, io thnt there was some
thing congenial for all to pass the hours
Deer Lodge, Feb. as.-County Treasurer
R. G. Humber is improving satisfactorily
from his recent severe attack of rheuma
C. E. ?aeagher, after a few days' visit
Who Took a Prominent Part in the Johnstone Reception
with his family in .,er l.igec haiis ie
turned to his busilne.. iin Butte.
Members of the 1i . . (. ). i. lge h.I\.
decided to give a ,i l,all on March I;.
Mr. and AMrs. C. II. Iucas of .li..oula
are visiting hr. .ucas' father an1 .u:ther.
.Mr. and Mrs. Jason lucas of this city.
Rev. John Beery, a brother of Icvv. C;.
C. Beery, arrived last Thursday on a visit
to the latter. lHe is from Ceda.rville, M..
Misses Emily .Marshall and Flora Woody
of Missoula have been guests of Mayor
and Mrs. Frank Conley for the past week.
Mrs. D. S. Fotheringhaim returcnd last
Saturday evening from a visit to the coast,
and is again a guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Humber.
Misses Augusta Galbraith and l.ilda
Williams left yebterday for Helenla n a
visit, the former to be a guest of Mrs.
Judge Brandy and the latter of her ,istcr,
Mrs. Phil H. Miller.
James R. Coleman and Allen Williams
went to Missoula this week on a visit with
relatives and friends.
Andrew Christofferson and family. and
Frank Christofferson, who left Deer l.odge
last fall to reside in Cleveland, Ohio. ex
poet to start on the first of March for their
return here.
UMasula, Feb. *a.-F. N. Brandagee,
chi.t fruit inspector for the state, and C.
H. Mdwards of Butte, secretary of the
'ioe President of Beth Art Club.
state board of horticulture, were in Mis
soula this week going to and returning
from Stevensville.
John H. Pulliam has decided to locate
permanently at Langley, Wash. Mr. Pud
liam and family left here early last month
for Langley, where they went on account
of the ill health of Mrs. Pulliam. Since
reaching Langley her health has improved
to such an extent that the family will not
return to Missoula.
Arrangements have been made for three
games of basket ball, in which the girls'
team of the' university is to participate, to
be played here, The girls of the Butte
Parochial school will be here Friday,
March Ij. Friday, March as, the girls
from the Agricultural coUrlle at Boseman
will meet the university girls in this city,
and the Fort Shaw Indian girls will play
here later. The date for the game with the
indian, girls has not been set.
Samuel Dinsmore has returned from
Chicago after an abeence of several weeks.
Mrs. N. J. Gould of Helena is a luest
of Mrs. Harry W. Thompson.
H. H. Spaulding of St. Regis came In
yesterday for a short stay.
Henry Nellt of the state land sMee at
_elesn arrived in Missoula last night.
W. 8. Russell of Plains is the guest of
friends in the Garden City for several
qtr. and M1r.. I. it. llqtnttiatile, ,ranite,
ILaho. are visiting ithi fritni in M ia
PEI ltu. t10 THl I. sItER :a Oll N i .
Ilillings. Fet. F A.-Mr. and Mrs. ltert
;. Shorey atnd little daughter have goe.
to their ranch near Merrill for a several
days' visit.
Mrs. C. -1. Parstow and 4aughrtr. Miss
Elizabeth of Alh:arike, RsErceturnled
ti Ilillingts, after it vi. it of a Couple of
vyeeks at Crow agentry.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. '.Cornlwall of ('row
\gency have returned to their home, after
t several days' visit to the fatuily of II.
. It ;nmonnd in Illiings.
:Svera lioulanger, hbother of Mrs. l'or
t: ts lIatcr, who has been located at Lew
i,town for several months in a drug store,
h!a. returned to Billings.
J. . I. Roche, cashier of the Billings Wa
er I'ower company, has left for a visit
toi a certain ranch in Dawson county. lie
went prepared to stay several dlys.
Rev. Williamt S. Bell, state organizer
for the Congregational church of Mon
tlma, was in the city this week.
Mrs. George Robbins. who was. taken
to the hospital several days ago, under.
went an operation, which was highly suce
Arthur W. Miles, a well-known citizen
and business man of Livingston, was a
visitor in the city this week. Mr. Miles
was formerly engaged in the hardware
business in Billings with Col. A. L. Bab.
Rev. George D. King, the presiding elc
der of the M. L+ chcurch, who has been
occupying the pulpit of Rev. W. A. Allen
in the latter's absence, has gone to Boze
man, his home, where he will remain sev.
eral days.
A. L. Babcock spent the week in Hel
J. A. McDonald of Bozeman was here
this week.
Mrs. E. a. Camp was able to return
home yesterday from St. \'incent's hospital,
where she had been confined for the past
ten days, having passed through a very
successful operation for the removal of a
tumor of the breast.
Mrs. Peter Burton and children of Great
Fal,., are here on a visit.
Mrs. B. Murphy has been called to St.
Paul by a telegram announcing the serious
sickness of her mother.
Forsyth, Feb. as.-E. E. Gould, the
Cold Springs ranchman, was in Miles City
Major J. E. Edwards, presidcnt of the
State bank of Forayth, is in Helena this
Postmaster Fred L. Mefford of Rose
bed was in town Wednesday.
Stock Inspector William Smith of Miles
City was In town Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur llackney are the
parents of a boy horn Stmday last.
ii. A. Hligins and wife moved to their
Rancher ranch Wednesday.
James )avidson, the Sanford post*
eeasJter, returned Friday from lHunter's
Hot Springs, where he was successfully
treated for rheumatism.
Miss Mary Kilpatrick, the new assist
ant - igh school teacher, arrived from
Owosso, Mich, Saturday. There is a
graduating class in Forsyth this year and
the High school was so exceptionally
heavy that another teacher was necessary.
Miss Emily Richter, the 5-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richter,
give a birthday party last Friday in honor
of a number of little friends.
The Modern Woodmen of America will
give a dance in this city on St. P'atrack'
'day. March t7.
Roderick McRNe, the Rosebud merchant,
was in town Tuesday.
Attorney J. II. l.onahaugh of Sheridan.
Wyo., was in the city Monday to defend
John Milne of Decker, who was arrested
for asnault In the second degree. Maine
was discharged.
Wallace Carpenter, one of the old set
tlers on the Rosebud, is in the city this
week from I.ee.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gnolodwin of Sabra
have leased the Forsyth hotel.
DIick Simmons returned Friday front a
visit of several weeks with Missouri
(Continued from Page Fourteen.)
who assisted Mrs. Predmore in looking
after the little fuik were Mrs. Trudeau,
.Mrs. Ilan,.o. ,Mrs. Murphly, Mrs. Mahu
nIy and Miss Nadleati.
Party Given by Mrs. Jack Noyes Is a
Shining Success.
Tllhere is a crare for the novel in enter
t:LIMn. I t. :,..l c, rtainly tihe linit wa
rr;alched at the "Ilapl,y Ilooliga-n" dinner
r:ia en last .Satilrday) night Iy Mrs. Jack
li he dinting roomn was profusely dccor
at-ed with halnks of violets and hyqciinths
arr;:ngedi on the noulffet and china cabinet,
but for the table was reserved the unique
display of cabbages, onions, radishes and
;oldlen squashes held lighted candles
topped with ,sirash lhinsim shandes, and
t1hse shedI a warm light over the festive
board. The place cards were decorated
with "Happy ilooliga" tigures and gaily
aolored cartoons of conspicuous Butte poli
The ladies' costumes were as original as
the entertainment itself, which was among
the jolliest of the season. Those present
were: Mrs. William Tuohy, Mrs. T. J.
Murray. Mrs. I. Freund, Mrs. J. V.
Il.ng. Mrs. .aurence Harris, Mrs. James
I'orbis. Mrs. Henry Root, Mrs. Hl. I. Wil.
sort and Mrs. Jack Noyes.
Entertains Presbyterian Ladies' Mis
sionary Society.
Mrs. George F. Lyman entertained the
Ladies' Missionary society of the Presby.
terian church on Tuesday afternoon at her
rooms in the Morris fats. Fully a8 ladies
were present.
Mrs. G. E. Blackburn, who is president
of the association, presided. The discus
sion of the condition of the Indians and
the benefit which they have received from
the missions was the theme which occu
pied the ladies.
Mrs. W. C. D)avis gave an interesting
talk on the Indians. Shq was followed
by Mrs. R. S. Wilson, who read a letter
recently received front a missionary who
is working among the Navajo Indians in
New Mexico. Another letter was read by
Mrs. Morrison which came from a Inis.
lionary worker at Wolf Point, Mont.
A general discossion followedl, in which
many interesting facts were brought out.
Mrs. Gray talked of the work of the Pres
byterian mnissionaries in this state and
showed the good they hadl done in the
past and were now doing.
Refreshments were servedl by the ihost
ess and the meeting proved to be one of
interest and pleasure.
Kensington Tea.
Mrs. George Stephensonl entlertained a
few of her friends at a Kensington tea oil
Tuesday afternoon. No end of daintice in
the way of embroidery were made a, the
ladies sat and chatted over the teacuups.
Mrs. Stepnenson's guests were: Mrs.
Walsworth, Mrs. J. Talbot of (Coluhtthia
Falls, Mrs. John Mclntyre, Mrs. Triol,
Mrs. Sidney Ellis, Miss Garris of Ilelena,
Mrs. Hawk, Mrs. Chapmtan and Mrs.
Miss Hawkins, professor of domestic
science at the college at Bozeman, is a
guest of the Rev. and Mrs. James W. l'ait.
Dr. and Mu. Burdette O'Connor have
moved to the Bertie flats on Granite
Mrs. Hunter B. Nelson of Fort Hard.
son is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. Warman and Miss Warman of Sil
ver Star are guests of Mrs. James W. Tait.
Miss Fannie Corbin of Missoula is visit
ing Butte. Miss Corbin is teacher of lit
erature at the university at Missoula.
Among the events of the week, too late
for publication in detail, are a luncheon
given by Mrs. James Forbis at the Thorn
ton and a coaching party given by Robert
Shores in honor of Miss Allis Monte
A Georgia Maxim.
[Atlanta Constitution.J
Don't be discouraged-keep a-tryin',
An' you will get your wish;
Sometimes the very shortest line
fulls up the biggest fish.
The lIomer club was delightfully enter
tained by Mrs. llammond and Mrs. Iligllht
at its last meeting. The current topics
touched on a wide range of subjects and
called forth various expressions of opin
ions. The library facilities of Washing
ton, D. C., the Rockefeller Institute of
New York, the Louisiana purchase, the ju
bile, of the pope and the woman guar
dian of children in Chicago were among
the subjects mentioned.
An interesting paper on "TurgenieT, writ
ten by Mrs. J. M. White, was read by
PMrs. Moon. After a brief biography Mrs.
White gave a summary of Turgenieft'a
"lie was a great writer and,. above all,
a great mlanl--as sensitive as a womuanl anld
as impassive as a surgeon --as free front
illusions as a philosopher anid as tender as
a child. No more candid, cultivated, prenl.
trating spirit, no more charming talent. no
more generous heart thanl his ever cx
Mrs. Mcl'rackin gave a review of Tur
geniefl's "Father and Son." It was in
this book that the terma "nihilism" was
first used, a ternt now thoroughly adopted
not only by Russians. but by the world,
to stigiatize all revolutionary and ultra
democratic and socialistic tenlencies.
Mrs. Runkell gave a sketch of "Sien
kiewica." speakinlg of his time spent in
California, of his life in Poland and his
ability as a writer. Hlis greatest novel,
the triology "with Fire and Sword," "The
Ielule" and "Pan Michael," was reviewed
by Mrs. Ryan. "It was on this novel that
his fame as a writer was founded, thoulgh
Sienkiewice is probably hetter known to
us as the author of 'Quo Vadis.' "
Mrs. Chowan of Great Valls, Mrs. Dierks
and Mrs. Tilton enjoyed with the club the
Who Was a Central Figure at the Johnstone Affair.
hospitality offered by Mrs. HIammond and
Mrs. Hight.
Mrs. Gilfillan was elected as a member.
Monday Night Club.
The viciMsitggdes of Spain from Saot
:-as the subject of discussion at the Mon
day Night club this week. Miss Moran
talked on history and Miss Ilna Madden
delivered a talk on the fine arts in Spain,
treating more particularly of the life and
influence of Furtunay. The period was::
not a frtuitfgul one for literature and con
se(lutently little of particular interest was
brought outt in the general liscussion tlhat
followed the two, talk, of tlh evening.
('urrent rventst werr discussed, after
which thei ritb a'djourned. to meet next
week witll Miis Madiden, .;t West IBroad
The Woman's Club.
It was origin.:ally pla.hI.ed that a.. open
w, I inn of the \oI'aoIn~ a club xhiaihd lie I
Successful Men
Dress Well
Your Suits will be cleaned, pressed and repaired
each week for
$2.00 ""
• Month.
Skirts Cleaned and Pressed, $1.00
27 East Granite Street.
Phone 138 for Our Wagon.
held on Wd\\'nesdlay evening, and that in
uOInslq.ieiiiI I1nc ) nl fterlnn~il mnetingr should
he held. hut, owing to somei hitch in the
arrangementts, the open se'sion was pot.
ploned anld all imlpron1mptu *cftcinlloln miteet
ing held as ustual.
The chief topic of the flay was a di*
clssion as to whether the club shouldl el
ploy Mrs. Utrquhart l.re, the teacher of
parliamentary law, to deliver a course of
instruction to the enhlllller. 'the rcsmllt
was that the club voted in favor of the
mra:.sre and Mrts. I.e will he en;gaged to
deliver a series of Irctulrrs before the club
dJuring the montth of June. It was de.
cidelh that such training hwould lecic.it rach
indit idulal memlber amd that a qhicker
knowhldlge of iarliamelllntary law wtoult
greatly facriltite the Iprog.rrs of the crlh.
Excelsior Dramatic Club.
The 1Icelsior l)ramnati' clui toet on
Monday eveniing at tit' Autidio of Nliss
Kellett in the Prnnsylivnmia block. The
evening was devoted to the sltudy amim the
rehearsal of the two pIlay. "In Honor
Itoundl" andl "A Rural Iut..s," which the
club is unow sttulying. The iprnigrss made
so far under the direction of Mliss Kellett
is nmost satisfactiory, sat hiy I.aster a pre
sentation o o oe or the otlher oi the plays
is hoped fur.
The Atlas Club.
The Atlas club was entertain.,l on Frl
dlay afternoon by Mrs. G;reen Majors. Par.
liamentary drill o.cupired the 6rst part of
the afternoon, after which there was a geri
eral discussion as to the future course of
study to be pursued by the club. Some in
terestinlg ipapers were trad and a pilea nt
time was enjoyed.
Saturday Night Club.
The Saturday Night club held its last
meeting at the home of li.ss O'l.eary, on
West Park street. The following resolu*
tions on the death of Miss Aline Tieche
((Curtinued on Page Sixteen.)
Have )yo1 lst the I tmo i of I U!HL e cure
Ievery d·e rlptln of ( llmaI WHY.i tnleilt, !n
-lah.r of lhow elo t rdliy W ir.T
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. PR MONTH. rn Ivr men of
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madm. of auch cammnea i mk m.ao d oma dler e, rurata
kmoaa alga of i - al biaaa am mmd the mmormaed
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