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ORO Y PLATA CLUB GIVES DANCE
OF THE SEASON AT RENSHAW HALL The ninth of the series of dances given luring the season by the Oro y Plata club look place on Tuesday evening at Renshaw hall. A large and brilliant erowd assem. PROP. A. F. RICE, One of the IExeutive Committee. bled to dance to the strains of Berg. atrom's fine orchestra. Lovely women and handsome men contributed to a scene of unusual beauty. Caterrs furnished deli MR. J. S. COHN, One of the Executive Committee. SOCIETY NEWS (Continued from Page Fourteen.) Sullivan, Miss Emma Buol, Miss Christine Brelner, Miss Mamie Driscoll, Mr. John Corette, Mr. Dolph Heilbronner, Mr. Ar thur Mueller, Mr. Jack Wortmen, Mr. Guy D)avidson, Mr. Arthur Berry and Mr. Max O'Brien. For the Rev. Mr. St. John. A reception was given on Friday even ing by the Unitarian society at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Warren Tower in honor of the Rev. Mr. St. John. Mr. St. John is the national secretary of the so ciety. A large number of people gathered to meet the distinguished visitor and bid him welcome to Butte. The Tower home was tastefully decorated with flowers and refreshments were served during the even ing. Surprise Party Miss Julia Johnson was surprised by a party of her friends on Monday evening. The occasion was the departure of Miss Johnson for Anaconda, her many friends wishing to tender her some compliment before she leaves Butte. A very delight ful evening was spent by the young people in the rooms of Mrs. G. R. Miles in the Baltimore, who served a delicious supper before the party broke up. Unitarian Woman's Alliance. The Woman's Alliance of the Unitarian society met this afternoon with Mrs. J. Pearson, No. 314 North Alabama street. 'As usual there were literary selections, de votional in character, and refreshments were served by the hostess. Kensington Tea. One of the pleasant Kensington teas of the week was given on Friday afternoon by Mrs. Ben Calkins. The ladies brought their sewing and spent a* happy hour at needlework after which tea was served. The table was trimmed in bright red flow ers. Mrs. Calkins' guests were: Mrs. Samuel M. Johnstone, Mrs. John J. McHat ton, Mrs. Fayette Harrington, ,Mrs. Vivian, !Mrs. A. T. Morgan, Mrs. Ada Epping, Mrs. Bickford, Miss Edith Bickford, Mrs. liar ry Richards and Miss Colly. Five O'Clook Tea for Mrs. Rowe. Mrs. J. P. Rowe of Missoula was the guest of honor at a pleasant s o'clock tea given on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. A. E. Hobart. A spirited guessing contest was indulged in and the victorious guesser was Mrs. Rowe, who won the prize, a pretty olive dish. Dainty refreshments were served and the afternoon was delightful in all respects. Informal Afternoon. 'Mrs. E. G. Smith was hostess at an in formal afternoon entertainment given on Wednesday. Dominoes and other games furnished much amusement. The house was prettily decorated in cut flowers and at 5 o'clock light refreshments were served. The ladies present were: Mrs. Heilbron ner, Mrs. N. F. Persons, Mrs. Leys, Mrs. A. S. Leys-Christie, Mrs. Brone, Mrs. John Passmore, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. D. E. Will iams, Mrs. Elva Boardman, Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Charles Passmore. The M. M. M.'s. The M. M. M.'s were delightfully enter tailned on Friday evening by Miss Carrie Lowry at her home on Excelsior avenue. Music, games and dainty refreshmealts made up the round of pleasure. The young folks present were: Miss Drea Johnstone, Mhiss Florence Twohy, Miss Hallie Bouch er, Miss Geraldine Forbis, and Miss Car rie I.owry. Pretty Luncheon. SA pretty luncheon was given last Fri. elous refreshments during the evening. It is possible that this may be the last dance that the popular club will give daring the season, but the committee is now con sidering the advisability of having one more. No club in Butte is better liked than the Oro y Plata and none has done more to promote sociality and good fellowship. Its success is largely due to the seal of its officers, who are: Mr. Fred P. Middleton, president; Mr. James A. McKee, vice president: Mr. J. H. Markle, secretary; Mr. F. H. Pilling, treasurer. Executive committee-Professor A. F. Rice, Mr. George McCutcheon, Mr. Osweld Fayram, Mr. A. D. Mitchell, Mr. J. S. Cohn, Mr. O. A. C. Oehmler sad Mr. A. L. Bradshaw. MR. . H1. PILLING, TREASURER. Of those present at the lest dance the following is a partial list: Meadames L. W. Shodair, D. Brown, G. McCutcheon, J. F. Ledwidge, J. N. Kirk, A. P. Henning ton, G. W. Pierce, O. Fayram, A. Bu chanan, Dr. Galbraith, C. V. Fulton, Fla vin, W. W. Cheely, J. Teal, A. D. D. ay, Jaco, A. F. Rice, Misses Morrison, Smythe, Shaughnessy, Merkle, Semner, Chaunesse, Young, Pierce. Vadnais, Sullivan, O'Don nell, Stella O'Donnell, Voss, King, Concan non, Thompson, Mallon, Payne, Messrs. L. W. Shodair, II. lBurton, O. A. C. Oehrm ler, I). Brown, J. Cullen, M. Shilling. G. McCutcheon. J. F. Ledwidge, J. N. ,.irk, A. P. llenningsen. G. GW. Pierce. E. Mor row. J. S. Cohn. O. C. Kirkwald, C. (;un ther. R. A. (;allway. 0. Fayram,. A. Blu chanan, W. Zemen, A. B. Kiml,all. W. W. day by Mrs. Ed Passmore. The table was tastefully decorated and a delicious menu was served. Those present were: Miss Platt, Mrs. A. 1I. Jennings, Mrs. John Passmore, Mr. John Passmore, Mr. Ed Passmore and the hostess. Whist Party. A jolly little whist party was given Thursday evening of last week by Mrs. M. L. Cunningham. Only a few were present, but the affair was more pleasant for its informality. The first prize for ladies, a bit of bric-a-brac, was awarded to Mrs. F. S. Mitchell, and Mr. T. A. H. McPherson won the prize for gentlemen, a tobacco jar. Dainty refreshments round ed off the evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Berkin, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. H. McPherson, Mr. Charles Renick, Dr. Renick and the hostess. Lunoheon for Miss Platt. Miss Platt of Helena has been the re cipient of many pretty social favors dur ing her visit in this city, but none has been more delightful than the luncheon given in her honor by Mrs. Ellis Pass more. It was a yellow luncheon-the sunny color prevailing in the jonquils that decked the table and in the general appointments. The ladies present were: Miss Mary Platt, Miss Kate Clark, Miss Harriet Ballou, Miss Mary Pillsbury, Mrs. J. Denny and Mrs. Passmore. Sheppard-McCoy Wedding. A quiet home wedding was that which took place on Saturday night and united in holy wedlock Miss I.ulu D). Sheppard and Mr. William McCoy. A large com pany of kinsfolk and friends were present to olfer their congratulations. After the ceremony, which was performed by Justice of the Peace Libby, an elaborate wedding supper was servedl, after which a merry evening was spent before the guests went their way wishing the young couple all happiness. Box Party. Mr. and James K. Ileslet gave a box party at the. Broadway theater to see Fields' Qlinstrels. Their guests were" Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carroll, Miss Hattie Young and Mr. George Clark. Mrs. Killian's Tea. One of the pleasant little social gather ings of the week of which Mrs. F. E. Rowe was the guest of honor, was a tea given by Mrs. W. A. Killian. The affair was entirely informal and a delightful afternoon was spent. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Killian's hospitality were: Mrs. Gabble, Mrs. W. .. Rowe, Mrs. Thomas Richards, Mrs. Dolly, Mrs. Hoag and Mrs. Doughty. Mrs. Bowen's Tea. Another informal gathering compil mentary to Mrs. Rowe of Missoula was a Kensington tea given by Mrs. Bowen of East Park street. The ladie a brought their fancy work and enjoyed a most con., genial hour before tea was served. The guests were: Mrs. W. E. Rowe, Mrs. Thomas Richards, Mrs. Dolly and Mrs. Riddell. PERSONAL. Mrs. J. P. Rowe of Missoula, who is well rememiered here as Miss Annie Richards, is visiting her parents at their home on West Granite street. Mrs. Rowe has been entertained by a number of her friends during the week. The board of trustees of the Woman's club held a meeting last Thursday morn ing at the home of Mrs. W. O. Speer in the Princeton Rats. Dr. Burdette O'Connor, who has been in Cheely, Dr. Galbraith. C. V. Fulton, T. E. Spiers, Ii. J. Merkle, Thompson, Dufrahne, Shelton. Beebe, J. Teal, Eddy Murry, M. G. Vuccovich, R. Maloney. F. Middleton, L m , .. .. . . - - . . . , . .. ,MR. J. A. McKEE, VICE PRESIDENT. B. Gosslin, C. Hart, Scott, Dr. Sandburg, A. F. Rice, A. L May, J. Lawrence, Mat tingly, F. HI. Pilling, A. L. Bradshaw, Walter Shay, A. Closs, J. E. McNamara. MR. H. J. MERKLE, SECRETARY. New York for the past few weeks, has re turned to Butte. Mrs. J. G. Searles is entertaining Miss Allie Kempland of Seattle. A coming event that promises to be unique is the Chinese tea to be given next week hy Mrs. Samuel Johnstone in honur of Miss Kempland of Seattle. Mrs. A. N. Davidson entertained for Mrs. W. E. Rowe this afternoon. Miss Balou and Miss Kate ('lark enter tained Miss Platt of Helena on Thurs day evening at the homne of Mrs. J. 1). Haynes. where Miss Platt is visiting. The Excelsior Dramatic club luet on Monday evening with Miss Kellett in the Pennsylvania building. The evening was spent studying the plays that the club ex pects to produce after Easter. Satisfac tory progress is reported and the increas ing membership shows that interest in the new club is broadening. Mrs. (Glasser entertained the Evening Euchre club last night. Besides the reg ular muembers a number of guests were present. The affair was one of the largest of the week but the details came in too late for publication in this issue. Miss Madge Marks was hostess at a very informal little Kensington tea on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. E. Carroll contributed a delight ful tea to the social round of the week. Miss MacGinniss, sister of Mr. John Mac(ainniss, has just arrived from the East. She will visit her brother for sev eral weeks. Mrs. John Noyes and Mrs. W. McC. White have returned to Butte. Mrs. J. T. Finlen will go to Salt l.ake City to wisit her parents during Easter week. Judge Blake of Helena was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Green Majors will leave Butte in the near future for California, where they will live. DIr. and Mrs. Christopher Turner are sojourning at Catalina island, off the coast of Southern California, where the dector is distinguishing himlrilf as a fisherman. They will be home about April a. Dr. IHall anl Joe Case are visiting in California. Mlis.s Cra Sanlders went over to, Ilel ena on Tuesdlay, where she will remain fr a nmoth with her sister, Mr,. Sutphen. Mr. Charles \Wilson, who is a great favorite ill Iutte, left here on Saturday for Suth Africa. li. s mother will join him in Salt I.ake City and accompany himi tu Jihanlneslimrg. It is not generally known that tihe Ger mman empress is a sculptor andi pIainter of more than usual ability. In her hus hand's study at Potidam there is a most lifelike bust of the emperor in bronze, while several of the young princes have also been reproduced in marble. Many sketches and paintings by the empress adorn the walls of the palace. MEN! LD, YOUNG tired of life' Have you utterl) .iled lu .I our efforts t regain herth . Write today. Iohns-. Whi,.h i.ully lry , fo 'plas A WARtNING VOICE' mastery' modeof treatnent Iln thous diseases which *jIF THIE $INWS of round helth and lpr tile very foundalion, of Ilie. IC~lK T,] TReVe THr. of t co ults.. tioFfEgE. hve a record of io,ooo culre du.rlg lna, mostly men between ti. ages of OVER 30 YEARS A colNJan OF DILEASE Treatment and lediclnes ONLY $1.O0 A MONTH A dresa in futll todennce. W. 86888.%I C.. st*W.E1s DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRUP The Old Reliable. IOOTORS PEIISOUE IT. CROUP CURED. Whenever ther e a cae of cough, Croup atack a child without warning iold, bronchitis, croup, asthma, whooping and needs very ronmpt attention or it may eough, measles, hoarseness, or sore lung plrove sernlmou even fatal. If you inotile In the family, and the doctor wishes to any symltomn of croup, give baby a small givetie patient ipeedy relide ad a post- dose of 1Dr. ltull' ('sCough Nyrup. It will ive cure, he prescribes the madkne that relieve It lastantly and cur it In a night. always cure-Dr. Bll's Cough Byrup. No danger from choking after you have CURES COUGHS IN A NIGHT It has been a household remedy for the given baby one or two doame. Evlry past fifty years, and there is scarcely a mnatwr should keep a Iottle of Dr. Rull's bome or cabin In the United Htates that Cough yrunp in ithe houM., to be preMared hbs not a Inttle of this wonderful cure int for sudten nit tac'k of croup. Th'lIasandltl of the medicine closet. 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I i hale this old rlialu renwdy in the h hlm Alesar stgarted t to take Dr. Bull's Cough Synnp, ihnany I la a nu ino It w ua Isua h. r and before the third bottle was llftirillwh wed l1, cla s,, Inals o ta old by loup, 1 kfml , Whooping my cough was entirely gone." llt. IsUIl'H C UUUll BSYRUP'." Onsga, Incipient Consunp. ts, and hr the relief of consumptlve patients in ad. tanad stages of the disease DAvoid Substitutes! As PI5PAsZDm ar TH -Be*. D'J. W. *all; A dealer who tries to sell you a cheap substitute for DR. BULL'S Baltlimore, Md. COUGH SYRUP does so to Increase his own profit at the risk of your For ase au Dr.sj e health. It he will sell you cheap imitations and bogus goods, he will Price 25 Cent not hesitate to sell you Imipure drugs. Ioe knows himself that there is no remedy In the world so good as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. ons A C. MEYER & CO., SOLE MANUFACTURERS, BALTIMORE, MD. .. . •-_ . - . . . . . . . . . . . STATE SOCIETY r , CIs l. "ni I I' K II Ni' ii MSlli i1 AI '. I:ilhi ,..March -N. IThe hnwli.g team returnedr. Thursday fr,.om ShI.rid.iu, wl here the h.,y.s cleaned up the Shci idl,ln htwli . winiilln the series of Panmi's h:aiuldsnmily. II.iner ilradt has retlurnedll to itilling Ito reside atier livingl in lll,'h : for a year or IIII 'dl . J. I). Nlatliht, i i. visiting her Id.ui.hlter, Mrs. J. It. Joh.s.on of Miles Mr. Arnohl returned dlurilg the week fi om a visit in (lOregon. C. F. (age of Helena was a Iilliiings visitor thlis week. Mrs. Miller of HIelena, is visiting her spo, Fred '. Milhler. clerk it the ( row a ,';.cy. 11..s, I(ertrude Johnson of Iheleu:t iha, come tin Ilillings to live. %li.s ILetty ublle of Kane, W'yo., was iit Billi~!.s during the week. :arhi.aster Kennedy of the Northern Pacific has been transferred to Missoula. IfH ha:l been sueccededl here by A. I.. Miunrlhasen of Livingston. Roly lutler of Ielena transacted busi trc. il Ihillings this week. iltiL Henry Mueller of Butte was a Bil linfrs visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Clement and chil dren have returned froml a visit to to the Pacific coast. They left here last fall and spent the greater part of the time in Southern California. Mr,. C. I). I'rather of Laurel, who has beenl visiting her sister, Mrs. Strang, re turn.ed to her home this morning. DIr. and Mrs. I)oty of Red I.odge, who have been spending several days in the city with the sister of the latter, Mrs. H. P. B:hlcock, have departed on a trip to Chi ae;t,, which is made mainly for the benefit of the doctor's health, which has been quite poor for some time. .lls. Artsa Cody Boal was in the city for a few hours Tuesday afternoon, the guest of her friend, Miss Edith Colvin, at the Cmtage Inn. Mrs. Boal is now making her home with her mother, Mrs. W. F. CLely, wife of "Buffalo Bill," at North P'latte, Neb., and was on her way home frln a trip to Cody, Wyo. She took the delayladl urlington train last evening. F. V. II. Collins of Forsyth was among the wi..kI's visitors in the city. II. Summers, tile manager of the Bell 'Telelhnlle company in Montana, was in the city this week from Helena. Mrs. t). E. Mills departed this week for a vi,;t to her son, who is attending the Sh:ttuck Military college at Faribault, Minn.. :;nd also to Minneapolis. P'rof,.or Sloan opened his dancinig scihol Mi,.ilay evening with a large class. II. II. Muni and wife, who have been spI;.'hnig several days in the city, comning here last Saturday to attend the funeral of their old friend. I. C. Lovell, departed this morning for their home in Denver. Superintendent Gillette, F. M. I.ucore, chief car accountant, C. J. Saberhagen, n.aster mechanic and R. D. Sumith, con nected with the motive power department at l.incoln, all of the Burlington, arrived e: ly in the week from the South in Mr. I Glltte's private car on a tour of inspec tion. BOZEMAN SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAiN. Bozeman, March a8.-A tent of the Mlaccabees has been organized in Boze man by the state organizer with about as charter members. After the installation of the officers the members partook of a collation at the Fancy bakery. TIe of ficers are: P. C., F. H. Mehlberg; C., II. Topel; Lt. C., J. W. Ellickson; R. K., C. G. Conrow; F. K., A. Freeman; chap Iin, J. E. Huff; eargeant, C. A. Backes; NI. at A., J. A, McAllister; Arst M. G., R. I rcy; second M. G., J. Sawyer; sentinel, hf Wormringer; picket, R. Rhodes; phy sicians, D. H. Patterson and C. R. Boyle. Dr. and Mrs. Tudor and E. Broox Mar tin and Mrs. Martin spent Sunday at Imunter's Hot Springs. Mrs. Brewer and daughter left this week tr Iowa where they will visit friends and relatives for several months. Mrs. G. B. Couper and two children have gone to Anoka, Minn., where she will make an extended visit with her pa rents. Mrs. S. C. Kenyon, her two daughters and Mrs. Mills have kit for Deer Lodge ta, , o.nl 1it .1- oa-th t 11 i li i, i .1111 I 1,.11i Sr j ; t t ,t t Iar -l") I I' It.ali - . Int tat Iy." M itt-" slte ha ix tt. i viili.tilh a It liti- attf l t ih t a-ta i.,lion4 et x ,i l)r, ti-i I ,, leta l ii11. 1I, Ie- t t al. ;r11rl nl It. at II " ;It 1tiItd It: r, . tr111e ;It' wit11s u.il in s 11 if"ll h it s l atitll :11 it lw,l.; ' at thle. I I riliar m e itrtiny ,i r that 10 na i i. A private letter 'fes ne l v ,, .irm . J. N . Keilly, whho in vi.itiin i in tIl I ;l, I r the Ilenehl of Iher heal.lh, slat.,, thalt he land. herself nnu'h insproved hy the, I-w'r alli tile. Si he is Inw a;t a uln, ui , ll., having iest returned from l.ouisville. Ky., whlo, she has ,tern visilting a isrt. her and slle iex lil'cts soon to visit firiens in (hIrvveluald. R(ese Waells, wlh hIs been in thIe East for Iut a ,Iontith, has rt'il.rneld., Ile was ca:lld to Independenieii , Mil., ,by ithe S.ri ius illhnes of his fatelhr in law, whom lie h .ft in a very weak wo lfition. Mrs. I arllllu hairt I.ac e rellld t itllorr ban last week alte. r several IlnhI ' ahsencte durhingl which she visited lint(, llirnS and G;reat iall-, in all of whi'h cities she conducted classes in parlallitael, trhy elaw and thi, art of expressiofn. RED LODGE V'y,. I lA 1l. 0 1111' INTER MOIV'NIAIM. tltedi Lodge, March .h.-- lheie were maniday vifitors iln l(d i aedie last atllr dhy from Btillings and burrooudung points ta. witness the basket ball game. W. E. lanf lcr and wile of Ilillingt were among those here to witrness the basket hall game. week, has gone to Juliet to preach. George H. Islailey of Helena, assi-taint United States district attorney, was i a visitor in the city Sunday slid Monhday, having been called here on personal blu iness. The Rev. J. F. Dlunlop, pastor of the Metlhodist Episncopal church, departed ta Monday for Miles City to attend the whi trict conference of this denomination. Mr. Dunlop said he could report the af fairs of the Red Lodge church in good condition. George Mush.ach, who recently entered the United States railway mail service, running from Miles City to Jamestown,, is spending a week in the city the gu, t of his father, J. 1i. Mushbach. Gteirgei goes front here to Helena, where he woll take a new mail route, running from, Ilea ea to Spokane. (). 1). Fisher, brother of 1)an Fihe r, mainager of the Golden Rule, was in the city last week for a few days. Ilt dci parted Wednesday for his home at IIitch Tree, Mo. Mr. Fisher was very mn.ch pleased with his visit to Montana andl regretted that business at home would not permit of him iaking a more extend ed visit. The Royal Highlanders gave a delight ful farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Neilson last Saturday evening. David Hawthorne, scrih , had charge of the pro gram in the absence of the chief. Those present enjoyed themselves with dancing and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. L.. P. Cushman have moved from Bridger and are now com fortably domiciled in the Tolman resi dence on leauser avenue. W. II. Pearce of Cody, supervisor of the Absaarokee reservation, and Di. E. Cheseman of Meeteetse were among the number who came over to attend the doings of the Elks Tuesday evening. L. M. Keryn, father of Mrs. A. Morri son, has recovered from the injuries re ceived some time ago by a fall on the ice, and left the latter part of this week for his home at Weussington, S. D. James Bailey and Miss Beatrice Ilay, both of Roberts, were united in marriage by the RevW.W. If. Watson of the Con gregational church at the parsonage Tues. day evening. The bride is the daughter of John Hay, a well-known rancher, and the farm of Mr. Bailey adjoins that of Mr. Hay. William D. Bailey, brother of the groom, and Miss Christina Hay, sister of the bride, acted as best man and brides maid respectively. Frank M. Williams, cashier of the bank of Amtnoretti, Parks & Co. of Cody, spent two or three days here this week, being one of thre initiates of Beartooth lodge of Elks Tl'uesday evening. While here Mr. Williams was a guest at the home of his grandfather, W. F, Tinkcom, He says S,.11. i ,l i- ill ''..'lw i or\f I" I111 r 11, f l l 1111" i1 t til tn. e . i I 11 .e l rl e ela n . he ls... \I. N. IIit L,,x ,1 Ih1e1Ih1 ;ll iI is the cuv lest I i teeu.ee Iee . i ei h I leer ..l1 it . eitc anl h.Iee ,i Imte I , II, V i Ii. ". I h 1 i li. ti . 11 ,.1 , . HAMILTON 1 II. ,tilllo11. . .11. ,h .:. It hoI % It wer hOl I Iie vu ,' at t .I Paul' . I pL0 - .4t h11Iilq h l'Ii l. ly 'ce (I Itiee . 11t. :11a I \1 .,. J. I). \\.alls r11ee lteerielor l i1 l.t "e partye ofel I e ItI l ,1 llt .eaIy evtlllthg it a "l rewell" paltly. Ashte%%or Artlhul r tr l.willh la appoilltl, Dlavid FI. WVihaly of hrt te Mit a. hli aeer nld lptlllt y. Prof . J. I. McKay was here fsiom MIc. teilta this wrrk altenelillg the intitutle. hI le Iprell.elr has crn Iehoe.e II suprIlnl Irlelir t fll Ille MissouIla etschoollls for anl. uther ye ear. Mrs. N. Mitchelll .*nel 1 chihlreo have er. riveld fl ll iae ;lni,. "Than" will follow sdoitly Ia lii tlh fleamily will oence rlleo make their homiie in IaIeeilten. MI. Iand Mr,. W. W'. MNct rackin have retned trot ani ellxtendedl trip east aled VWet. I'.ewa,i Illlurlows alndl faemily, formerly olf VtJoside, have oree ted at Idleped ce el,, Mhie. Mrs. Fran.k \'hlieler leca retuirned from eletle, where ic e i went to attend the wed dnllg ol, her aie, r. BOULDER I SI' IAil. ie Ili llY I '.Ni M Ie'NiIAIN. lhouhler, March aM. A pienice social war he.el I hirteledy evening at the ait nual congregat ional meeting l tlhe Pres. bylerian chrchl. T'ihere were sanc y prea. clet. lThe ladies of St. 'lthola' g~ ill willt s erve DutI h lunclh thi evening in Simpkins' hall after the balnket hball game. Mrs. lE:ieo li'hutnpal left Monday even. ing for her old 1hinee ill Iturlingtonl, lwa, ilon rec-ipt of a Iletranilln announcing the death of hererbrother in law. .She expects to bie awy alneul a Imllontlh. Mrs. Franlk Iterclata .ned children ar rived hellre Satlrdaly frot northern ('ali. foinrtli where tlhey have beel for setveral monthsi anl d arl e visiting with Judge Swreet. It is unllerstood that hey will tnake thleir hml e in Livingstonl, wher Mr. iternaet has ectetetd a position as opeat.or on the main line of the Northern I'aeilic railway. elin Wiahlc aeal wife were int Butte this week. The Jefferson county teacher' insltitnte will convene here next 'Tuceay, and it promises t. be a very is troetive and in teresting session as Miss Krigerthe county superintendent, has secuired sme of the ablest educational itnstructors in the state toe assist in making it so. DILLON I)illon, March a.. -There is consider-, able interest manifestel in the entertain. Jenrt to be given at the l)illon theater this evening, wlen "'jeh hose Maiden" will be presented. Mr. Webber of Butte will be among thos.e furnishing the instrumnental imusic. Jolint G. Willis has heen in Butte dure ing the week looking after legal business. J. L. Price was among tie Dihlonites who visited in Butte this week. Dr. M. A. Miller, manager of the Dil. Ion Electric Light and Power company, has returned from an extended visit East. Frank Selander has returned from a visit to different cities to the south, spending several weeks in Salt Lake City while he wa.s away. R. T. Wing and Tony Barrett, who have spent the greater part of the winter in California, have returned to Dillon. They report having had a most pleasant visit and Mr. Barrett returns greatly imt. proved in health: E. W. Slack and family have moved to the Slack ranch, a few miles south of town, where they will reside for awhile. Their cottage on South Washington street will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Al Gret well. Former Governor Robert B. Smith ar. rived in town Wednesday from Butte. The Methodist Aid society was enter tained by Mrs. John Forrester Thursday afternoon. The boys of the militia gave a dance at Dart hall Friday evenitg.