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OVERLAND MINSTRELS WILL BE
STAR EVENT OF SOCIETY SEASON Manager John Howard of the Over land club minstrel show has a merry little twinkle in his eye which is simply the outcropping of the satisfaction that is welling up in his bosom. And Man ager John Howard has cause to be proud, for never has Rutte town seen the like if the show which is to be given under Ie Dr. S. I. Sarrt.--fegd Man. his direction on April as2.3, Inclusive. The cream of local talent has been a.kimmced fromi the milk of mediocrity and bottled into this organization, where it imay be seen in all its richness, from the funny black man, who will crack such funny jokes, to the singers, who will enthral the audience with delight. The first part will be made up of jokes, songs and general fun. There will be .kit% andl haymes and funnyisms that are guarantered to re strictly fresh. Many of th.m ;.c pIrorhucts of the. fertile brain of Mr. Ilarry .\. Ilolp. pr'ss agent for the Ihicow, scaretary of the club and verse maker in-chief to the organization. Mr. Ihill, hlas dcailed ability and Mr. Iloward ,ad hi, entire corps are greatly indebtlct I to hi, cleverness and origin mality. Mr. FeIrd I;r en will he interlocutor. Tht tmaat,, are Ii. Icay Sliver., S. f.. Swartz. To'm Markley and It. F. Costy, and the I iones are (Gi,'rge' Itusch, 1'. P'. clullin, iRee Sal.es and Iloh .efleca ., 'I he cosltllues will hIe unusually elfective anrd somthing entirely tnigcne in the way r .. Ore h:s been al anned. Louis floward-Co.l/ Cir. A picturesque and amusing feature will le the coon song and cake walk by Captain l)'Gay Stivers and Miss Ger aldine rurbis. The young lady will ap pear in gorgeous costume and lavish jewels, and, with the aid of her young gallant she mill perform a graceful cake walk with high steps and rhythmic -w imlls. Mr. E. P. Mullin, a recent acquisition to the club talent, will sing a capital song rounded off by a dance. Mr. Mullin has had experience in this line in the East, and his appearance here will be an event. A sp'cial chorus composed of the best local voices has been organized. Mr. Kichardl alloway is soloist of this chorus and he will sing several charming se lecti,,s. Mr. Jack Thomas, whose clear tenor voice is so well liked, will also be heard in some beautiful numbers. Mr. Swmlelcl Coup., one of the very best bass singers, in Ilutte, will give the audience a treat, as will Mr. IHarry l)eering, an other favorite. The special chorus con tains the following well known singers: Msssrs. Jack Thomas, Richard Callo way, W. 1). Fenner, R. M. liobbs, John Jahri. I)ave Rundle, A. G. Lewis. J. R. Murray, F. II. Butler. Samuel Coup, FRECKLES The most abhored of all facial blemishes, by ladies or gentlemen, that always make their appearance so prominent as soon as the rays of the sun become bright and warm in the spring. If those who are afflicted with these un sightly blemishes only knew how easy and inexpensive it is to remove them they would not tolerate their presence any longer. My FRECKLEINE will re move them without pain or injury to the skin. MOLES AND WARTS I will remove them perfectly and harmlessly, leaving no scar. By the l.atest Scientific Methods the removal of those blemishes is both simple and inexpensive. No danger or injury to the skin and no scars or marks left a.fter. I will remove therm perfectly and harmlessly. All Facial Blemishes Successfully Removed. Hair Dressing, Bleaching, Dyeing, Scalp Treat ments for Dandruff, Palling Hair, Baldness and all ailments of the scalp or hair. Manicuring, Chiropody, Electric or Plain facial Massage. MRS. CLARA M'CARROLL Graduate Specialist. Rooms 220-222, Pennsylvania Block. IIours 8:30 a. m. to 7:00o p. m. Phone 961A Marion Jenkins, W. P. Green, Max Kro ger, I.ouis Howard, J. A. Brennan Harry D)eering, Henry Kroger, David Rogers, C. F. Sully and T. J. Rennett. Resides the special chorus, there will be the general chorus, making a total of many voices. Mr. i). J. Walsh, the bright monologist, will be heard in his inimitable laugh. provoking nonsense. All kinds of keen hits will Ie th .ord ir of the night while Mr. Wals.h i. before the curtain. The second part will be composed of specialties, the first of which is "Yu San and her ladies in waiting," given by "The White Rats," who are remembered with so much pleasure by theater-goers. The little girls themselves are charming buds, and they will be bewitching in this beau Cro. II. Buare-End Man. tiful act. Mrs. Harry Simons is drilling them, and according to Manager Howard, through her admirable work and their own ability they have reached the point of perfection. The cast is as follows: Miss Drea Johnstone, Yu San; Misses Carrier l.nwri., Helen Denny, Hazel (;rindup, Nan Vivian. l.ilian Vivian, Florence l.edwidge, laryl Smith, L.ola Nichols, Williene Nichols, Alfreda Smith, iHallie Iloucher and Nora Nichols. Another feature which will be strictly novel is "The Cripple Creek Bandits." The curtain Hill rise on Egyptian dark ness, and the orchestra will play the kinld of nusllc that suggests murders and holdups and makes the shivers trip down one's back. 1 hi n, very gradually, by a dim, uncanny light, the audience will discover cut-throa;t bandits sneaking among the rock:. Thunder and light ning will strengthen the scary effect, and realistic scernery, showing rugged moun tains, will be usecd. Mr. Ford T. Sully will be the bandit chief, and his bold, bad follower s ill lie S. F. Swartz, II. A. Ilolp IE. 1'. Mullin, Ge(orgc Busch, Ilarry 1)eering. I)e Gay Stivers, Proctor Barclay, 'ecry iall, F:red Green and Jack Murray. Then there will be the "Golf Girls," all distractingly charlming, in the pret HARRY 4. IIOLP, Press Agent-Secretary Overlhand Club. Composer of Jl'ords to the Golf Girl, llandit Song. tiest costumes Imaginable, escorted by handsome young bloods. Indeed, to use a time-exhausted phrase dear to the lips of the theatrical man ager, "no expense has been spared" to make the show a success. Rugs, statu ary, bric-a-brac and what not of the most elegant kind have been secured to form a fit setting for the talented cast. But after all, it is not the stage setting nor even the individual ability of the actors that has been the chief factor in making the whole show the admirable thing that It is. Organization is the main pot,t, and for this credit is due Manager How ard, who has put his heart into the work and has moulded excellent material :t his command into perfect shape. The patronesses of the show are: Mesdames C. W. Clark, W. i. Tuncr, J. W. Cotter, Fayette Harrington, D. Tom Markley-G~olf Girl. Freund, P. A. Largey, A. J. Davis, T. M. Hodgens, J. D. Ryan, J. K. Heal t W. L. Renick, J. L. Templeman, J. W. Forbis, A. J. Shores, Mary Busch, if. O. Wilson, F. W. McCrimmon, W. J. Hennessy, J. F. Forbis, H. I. Wilson, J. W. White, F. Holbrook, W. Mc'. White, J. Bruce .Kremer, E. B. Weirick R. A. Kunkle, T. M. Lowry, J. II. Vivian, J. O. Ilodgens, John Dutton. E. P. Passmore, John Howard, W. 11. Tuohy, J. W. Noyes, J. W. Noyes, Jr.; Donald Campbell, W. W. Cheely, F. II. Butler, J. Legga:t. J. W. Thomas, I. Donnelly, W. 1). Fenner, John Gillie, J. T. Braddock, I. E. Calkins, Sqmu I Barker, J. B. Roote, J. R. Russell,,Wal ter Lewis, J. G. Dawson, A. T. Morgan J. V. l.ong, Ada Eppings, W. W. Dixon, Eugene Carroll, Thomas Lavelle, W. i.. Cunningham, J. S. Harris, J. G. Sanders. T. J. Murray, J. J. McHatton, L. I'. Sanders, J. D. Slemons, J. S. Ellis, J. E. Rickards. Samuel Johnson, H. V. Winchvll, Mary M. Barstow, Charles J. Sullivan, W. iI. Davey, J. M. Reynollds Harry Simons, J. II. llolp, Richard Cal loway, P. K. Gilfillan, Charles H. Lan,. 3. K. Macdonald, Hloward Rockefeller, Sellers Lnrgey-Golf Girl. John N, Kirk. R. E. Taylor, W. ( Bachelhor, Burdette O'Connor, Georv R ockwood, Edward Passmore, Daniel I Walsh, 1. A. lleilhronner, Daniel Brown T. J. Bennett. '. P. II. Carmichael, George B. l)ygert, C. I.. Doychert, II. A. Gall wey, Jesse I.. Holmes, E. I.. Kern, Huth Mcl.eod, C. E. !Morris, Frank C. Mr Ginn, John Norvell, O. W. Pufahl, I' W. Parker, C. F. Sully, W. W. Wishol C. M. Parr, (G. Robson, Harry Rickard, assisted by the Misses Edwinna Hatn mond. (;race Cullum, lowry, Mollie Walker, Agnes Corry, Minnie Shore. Alive Lowry, Edith Bickford, Daisy Das son, Hattie Young, Margaret Hanson. Ellis Rickards, Madge Marks, May Pfout Helcn Pfouts, Hattie Sanders, Cor; Sanders, Julia Sanders, I.eilah Ruissell Elza Russell, Theo Russell, Isabell Itirl patrick, Florence Kirkpatrick, May Sulli van, Gene Sullivan, Kate Sullivan, Neellhn Manning and Madge Manning. MUSICAL NOTES The titlC of the lecture-recital to be givn t on Thlursdsy at the Woman's club by AMr Elsa Macl'herson is "Sacred Music aitl Oratorio." The program is as follows: I-(a) (Opus. 65 No 30o.............Mendelssolt (b) l'racludium and Toccata ......... Laschn Mrs. MacPl'herson. -"W'aft ller Angels Through the Skies" (Jephtha).........................land I Mrs. Fritz Butler. 3-Kol Midrel (llerhrew Melodies) ....... rut Mr. Russell II. Ballard. 4--"Glory to Thee, My God, This Night.. .............. .......... ...... ....Bru (h) Ave Verumn ................. MillaI I Mrs. Fritz IButler. 5-Trio op. 49g (Allegro ed Agitato-Andente.. ....... Mendelssol" Mrs. MacPherson, Messers Olson and BIallarI. CAUTION. This is not a gentle word-but when you think how liable you are not to purghas, the only remedy universally known sad . remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1863 for the cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years, you will be thankful we called your atten tion to Boschee's German Syrup. There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds, perhaps, but for severe Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup-and especially for Consumption, where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mornings, there is nothing like German Syrup. The as cent size has Just been introduced this year. Regular size 75 cents. For sale by Newbro Drug Co., J. T. Finlen Drug Co. Latter-Day Strategy. [Chicago News.] Ernie-So they eloped. Edith-Yes; her father paid the village blacksmith not to shoe their horses, but they eloped in an automobile. Ernie-That was nice. I suppose love laughs at .blacksmiths as well as lock smiths, ýý .- .._ --ý_ 'ý.r-.ý 'ý'ý - _ - - - - --- --- - - - - - On Monady, Tuesday and Thursday evenings Mr. Preston A. Perry, the book. man, will deliver a series of lectures en titled, "Soma Famous Books and their Makers," "lHomes and Haunts of Some American Authors." and "Authors I Havy Known." The lectures will be illustrated with stereoptican views and Mr. p'erry'a collection of rare books will be on exhi bition. The lectures will It given at the Mountain View Methodist church, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society. It is no exaggeration to say that this is an opportunity that has never before come to local book-lovers, for Mr. Perry is a recognised authority on bhook-lore and his collection is one of the choicest in this country. Not only is he familiar with books themselves, but with many of the master-mihds who created them, and the patiest, labor-loving binders who have cla I them in' garbs of exquisite beauty. lie has gone among thesee quiet, obscure folk of the latter type, and with fine insight he has seen the genius that others passed by. The American folk are busy and they have not time to search through attics and back streets for the men and women who are waiting to be led out into the world where their light may shine. Mr. Perry has found such pa tient workers and he will talk of them in his lectures and show examples of their work. lie will also tell much of interest about the homes and haunts of" authors who are know to us all. He will dwell par ticularly on Nathaniel Hlawthorne. that gentle dreamer and romance-builder who is so dear to every American. "The House of the Seven Gables" and count less other scenes that have a fascination for cultured men and women will be de scribed by him. Under the head of "Authors I Have Known," Mr. Perry will talk of IEugente Field. whose friendship he enjoyed, and other literary idols of our own time. These are hut a few points that Mr. Perry will touch upon. In his lectures are condensed the knowlledge aln ex perience that are the fruit of many years of study and of travel. It cannot fail to he of intcrest to those who carry patriotism to the aesthetic point, to know that such a judge as Mr. Perry considers Americans the greatest of modern bookbinders, and furthermore. that he believes the American women will be the leading hookbilnders of the future. This is an art but newly re vived, yet ;lrca-ly wotmen have takenl up the work and already they excel. It it a fresh channel for womn's alility, and it affords posibilitirs for develop ment that were undreamed of a few ycars gone. Mr. Perry carries with him a valuallc collection of autotraph letttrs written by i)ante Gabriel Rossetti, Edgar Allan Poe, William Morris. Robert Browning, Tennyi son, Bulwer, Charles Dickens. Thackeray, Horace Walpole. J. M. Barry, Eugene Field, Emerson, Holhnes, Whittier, Lowell, Longfellow, Nathaniel ilawthorne, Lee Fairchild and others. Of the books that Mr. Perry has with him and shows to his audiences but little can be said here for the subject is too large. Among the old volumes are sev eral examples of books made before the invention of printing. Some of these ar, the work of monks, and there are some rare old missals that are beautifully il lumined. Mr. Perry has a particular love for the early Chronicles and his collection contains the Chronicles of Fabyan,. Frois sart, Hollinsged. Cooper and the Nurem herg Chronicle. Only Hall's Chronicle is lacking to make this series complete. Other rare old copies in Mr. Perry's possession are a first edition of Dave nant VII.,. and perfect edition of 'Para. dise Lost," with the original plates, mid Robin Hood's "Garland," which once be longed to Ellery Channing and to Tho reau. There are several books that were once the property of royalty, one having been in the library of Prince Tallyrand and another in that of George the Sixth. This latter contains the king's bookplate. Other ancient treasures are "The lamblicus," printed in 1497, which was once in the Vatican; the second edition of "Eutopia," an early "Hudirbras," Blair's Chronology up to 790o, and the last edition of Raleigh's "Remains." There are many beautiful examples of modern bookmaking, particularly a first edition of "Pendennis," bound by Ralph Randolph Adams, in his wonderful Viennese inlay. A Thackeray letter is inserted in this book. Other specimens of Adams' binding are shown in Emer son's poems, Poe's poems and two mar velous volumes of Browning. "The Last Days of Louis XV." are also royally hound by Adams. One of the finest books of today is a volume of Mrs. Browning's sonnets, wonderfully illumined by a gifted artist of New York. An other rare book is "The Gentle Shep herd," one of 54 copies printed in New York in 185a. With such specimens as this to vitalize his talk, Mr. Perry should appeal to that circle of bookish people who love such lore. He is a delightful gentleman, bearing the unmistakable stamp of un assuming culture, and a scholar whose profound knowledge is a power that all must feel. MISS ALLIE KEMPLAND Is Guest of Honor at Reception by Mrs. 8. M. Johnstone, On Tuesday afternoon the home of Mrs., Samuel M. Johnstone was converted into a place of oriental loveliness when that charming hostess gave a Chinese tea in honor of Miss Allie Kempland, who is vis iting Mrs. Jesse Searles. Chinese lanterns hooded the electric lights, the air was filled with the aroma of incense and from every nook and corner gleamed and glowed gorgeous stuffs from the far East. The dining room wa particularly beau tiful. Beneath the chandelier was a Chinese umbrella, ornamented with gro tesque little favors, hanging pendant-wise from the bamboo tips of the umbrella. The walls were decked with embroidered pieces showing the dragon rampant, and a tall, oriental screen was covered with odd and lovely bits of work. The table was spread with a fine b.le lined cloth,'embroidered with white drag. ons. In little Chinese dishes were candied ginger, cocoanut and other delicacies dear to the Celestial heart-or stomach. In the center of the table stood a handsonm. Satsuma vase, filled with red and yellow tulips and golden jonquils. The board was presided over by Mist Ilattie Young. who was clad in a grna and rose-colored crepe kimona that canme from the court of the Mikado. Perhaps the loveliness of the young lady or the witchery of her costume, or both combined, added to the flavor of the tea which she poured into little howls without handles, but certain it is that the beverage seemed unwontedly delicious. With it were served chop suit, cakes, dates, preserved fruits and all sorts of dainties. These things were passed to the guests hy Carrie Lowry. HIallie Houcher and Drea Johnstone, who were rosebuds in their picturesque pink pajamas. .Mrs. Johnstone was assisted in receiving by Miss Allie Kempland, Mrs. Jessie Searles and Mr. Louis P. Sanders. These ladies all wore oriental costumes. Miss Kempland was attired in a lavender Kimona, trimmed with bands of blue em broidery, and a crimson underslip lavish!, worked over in gold. Mrs. Scarles was charming in a pastel-hued kimona, and Mrs. Sanders was clad in a primro e yel low Chinese robe embroidered in pink and blue. I.ittle Katherine Searles, gowned in car nation-red, tended the door. Each guest was given a favor made of Chinese napkins folded into grotesque shapes. They were supposed symbols of good fortune and happiness. O)f all the half-hundred ladies who fill I the rooms between 4 and 6 o'clock there was not one who did not agree that this was one of the most charming and original cnlttrtainlments of the season: Slrs. Johnstone.s guests were: Miss Allic Kemplantl. Miss Yomt,. Mlises Leilah., Ela and Theno RHls I, Misses Allie and Atice Lowry. Misss M.axi and Ihleh Il'fo,:ts. Misses Mlae andl hit Sullivan. Misses Florence and Helle Ilan son, Miss Corry. Miss Dawson, Miss '.ul len. Miss Marks. Miss Suprenant. Mtiss Adelee Humphrey, Miss Ella Spafford. Mrs. J. I). Scarles. Mrs. I. PI. Sanders. M\.. John Forhis, .lrs. James Forhis. Mrs. 1\. V. 'tcheely. Mrs T'honas Flavin. Mrs. T. I. Murray. rs. F. :W. McCrimnmon. Mrs. J. R. E. ;icvers. Mrs. Frank ioucher. Mrs Charles (Copenharve. Mrs. I). J. 1lennessy. Mrs.S.. R. Fair. Mrs. 1. Dlonnetly, Mrs. II. W. Turner. Mrs. J. K. Heoslt. Mrs. W. C. L.ewis. Mrs. E. G. Smith, Miss Mtigiie Corette, Mrs. J. B. Wellcome, Mrs. henry Root, Mrs. C. R. Leonard, Miss Wilcox. Mrs. Harry Symons. Mrs. A. T. Morgan. Mrs. H. I.. Temileman. Mrs. Ada Eujun., \lrs. R. Ii. Paxson. Mrs. J. Hi. Vivian, Mrs. Anna Crowley. Mrs. May Piatt, Mrs. C. J. Kelly. Mrs. J. W. \'Woodford, Mrs. Walter liickford. Mrs. Quinn. SURPRISE PARTY Tendered by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cobban by Numerous Friends. Mr. antd lrs. W. S. ('obhan were ten d, red a dclightful surprire party on Tues day by a number of th-ir frikn.is. The ocasoion was the -J3dc aalversary of their nmarriage. The guests brought with therm a beau. ti(ul cut-glass fruit Iowl, which they gave to Mr. and Mrs. Ct.cbbn with their best wishes for the future anl their hearty congratulations for the past. Whi.t fur ni-htd amusement during the evening. The ladies' prize,. a cut-glass nappy, was won by Mrs. A. M. Kitto and the gentlemen's prize, a water-co!or p:cture, fell to the lot of Mr. Alterton. The Misses Edna. Elhna and l.ila Cob ban assisted in making the rnte:tainment a success. A dainty supper was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. James Alterton, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. L.amb, Mr. and Mrs. Don McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Galiger, Mr. and Mrs. WVi!lis, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. James Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merriman, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kitto, Mr. and Mrs. Mc!cher, Mrs. Graves, Mrs. Williams, Mr. McLeod, Miss Allie McMillan, Miss Grace Noyes, Miss Mae McMillan, Miss Maude Willis, Miss Eliz abeth McDonald, Miss Margaret McDon aild, Miss Anna McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cobban. HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI Are to Give a Dance for Members Only April 15. At a recent meeting of the High School alumni it was decided to give a dance on Wednesday, the 15th, at LeFord's hall. A large number of members were present and all seemed enthusiastic over the com ing ball. The arrangements for the affair are in the hands of Miss Ruth Sultzer, J. R. Spencer and Nelson Hammond, who conm pose the entertainment committee. Only members of the alumni will be in vited to attend the dance. Refreshments will be provided and the music will be the best. The association is planning to give an elaborate hop during May or June. Alleged Embezzler. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTA.W, Great Falls, April to.--James liuntley, asllU'i harles Iart, formerly town clerk of I ibbinb nn., is under arrest here on a charge et taing emnbezzled $1,5Jo f thie town funds. U; will be taken back to Minnesota for trial u pIse as requisition papers can be secured. Great Falls Schools. SacCIAL TO TELs INTER SONWTAtN. Oreat Falls, April ia.--'lce replrt on th reat PoFalls public schooll for the mont hows that more pupils are enrolled than ever elore the nunmber being a.3t7. The perc.lt. sge oi attendance for tih past month was ii. MRS. ROBERT McARTHUR Entertains In Honor of Her Mother-in Law, Mrs. MoArthur. Mrs. Robert McArthur entertained at a Kensington tea in honor of her mother, in-law, Mrs. Thomas McArthur, on Tues. day afternoon. The house was tastefully decorated for the occasion with pink car nations. Long garlands of smilax were also used with charming effect in the par lor and on the tea table. At S o'clock dainty refreshments were served. Those present were: Mrs. J. R. Whar. ton, Mrs. J. R. Russell, Mrs. A. P. Henningsen. Mrs. James, Mrs. Booker, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. A. S. Christie, Mrs. W. J. Christie., Mrs. J. G. Barron, Mrs. C. Ii. Moore. Mrs. J. H. Harper, Mrs. E. J. (;roeneveld, Mrs. R. S. Fair, Mrs. Floyd, Mrs. Cronkhite, Miss Helga Hen ningsen and Miss Dora Henningsen. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. David Leys have gone to the country, where they will spend the summer. Mr. \V. W. Morris of Pony was il town during the week. Mr. W. C. Bacorn came to Butte on Wednesd.ay from the Cable mine Mrs. A. H. Jones and Miss Maggi Corette are at home after a trip to the coast. Mrs. Pen Macdonald is spending a few days at the Montana. Dr. Hall has returned to Butte after a trip through California. One of the events of the coming week will be a tea, given on Monday after noon by Mrs. J. R. E. Sievers. l.ittle Margaret Morgan will entertain some of her young triends at an Easter egg party Monday afternoon. Soon after Easter Miss Allie Kemp. land of Seattle, who has been the guest of Mrs. Jesse Searles, will visit Mrs. Rueger. nlow WOMEN SUfF[R NG CAPITAL OF HVMAN. IT' .r . ' t, . *ii . that Is wr.ck.e, Ind et'.l. WEAK, NERVOUS WOMEN ('gtld we read the lhearts of women, what a valt aollunt of ot.tfering would be tx RIsel. ItI'.AI.i \I'.'. .i . S hIas pr,) d.tned more invailids' a.mong women tll .in tny Il'c r .slt.r . Ila e )you anty of the I.I- - s.wing 'tllst(it' N' rvonusnesq s. , %"ak nr"-, IM.,",;tche. 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