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~ ~j' 2 J SWAM . + ad MNw Bring some old book-- the Romance of the Rose; That song through /which the wind of morning blows, Let me stretch out as friends with life at last, Forgetting all the clamors of the fast The broken dream, the flying word unjust, The failure and the friendship gone to dust. -Eduin Markham, in Century for July. "I pray you, 0 excellent wife, not to cumber yourself and me to get a rich din ner for this man or this woman who has alighted at our gate, nor a bcd-chambet made ready at too great a cost. These things, if they are curious in, they can get for a dollar at any village. But let this stranger, if he will, in your looks, in your accent and behavior, read your heart and earnestness, your thought and will, which he cannot buy at any price in any village or city, and which he may well travel fifty miles and dine sparely and sleep hard in order to behold. Certainly, let the board be spread and the bed be dressed for the traveler; but let not the emphasis of hospitality lie in these things. Honor to the house where they are simple to the verge of hardship, so that there the intellect is awake and reads the laws of the universe."-Emerson. There aas a delightful luncheon given this week, Thursday, by Mrs. Christopher Turner at her pretty apartments in the Prentice. The floral arrangement was ar tistic, sweet pease being used in profusion. Pink and white, with green, was carried out in the flowers and silken shades of the chan Icliers. Those ins ited to the luncheon included: Mrs. Walter Lewls, Mrs. Charles Flood, Mrs. H. 0. Wilson, Mrs. 1'. A. O'Farrell, Mrs. J. T. Finlen, Mrs. R. E. J. Sievers, Mrs. J. it. .eggat, Mrs. Con F. Kelley, Mrs. II. W. Turner, Mrs. J. 1). Ryan, Mrs. 1). 3. lIen. nessy, with Miss Downing of t(reat Falls, Mass Tremblay of Missoula and Miss Skyrnme. Mrs. Henry Jonas entertained the Tues. day club at her home in North Montana street Tuesday evening. Points were played for and those winning were Mrs. M. L. Hieimaun and Mrs. Geinsberger. Re freshments were served during the even ing. The club members will meet with Mrs. 11. lieilbronner next time. The Knights and Ladies of S curity gave an informal whist party at Good Templars' hull Wednesday night. atiss Majuci M'crrtzan was a clarming young hostess Tuesday evening, when she played this role at a garden party. Mrs. Harry Jackson was the guest of honor and met many old-time friends whom she knew before making her home in Spokane. Those seen among the dancers included: the Misses Grace Campbell, May McMillan, Jennie Ilolcberg, Annie llolcberg. Helen Shively, Dore Shively, Grace Nuyes, Margaret Siser of Helena, Erma Charles, Maud Willis, Ethel Berry, Elms Cobban; Messrs. Joe Early, Charlie Boone, Will Itrasier, Jack Christie, Ed Mfeikiejohn, Nat IBostwick, Harry Rix, Mark Ianley, Dan Hanley, Jay Van Gundy, Gilbert Thomas and Arthur .11acDon. aid. The guests were taken to the home of the hostess in South Colorado street after the dance and refreshments enjoyed. Thursday a special train came from Anaconda bringing a large number of women and children to enjoy the nice green grass that grows In Columbia gar dens. The weather was not all that pic ickers might delight in, but they seemed to have a jolly time and little attention was paid to the elements. At the gar dens the Anaconda contingent of the W. C. T. U. was joined by the Butte members and the good work and social status of the society was talked over at the lunch tables. At a late hour the guests took the special train and returned to Anaconda. There are three large dances on the cards at the gardens during the next month. The Masonic orders of the city will give a ball August za; the Clerks' assembly August 5, while the Elks will give their annual ball August 1.. It is promised that these affairs will be first class and attended by the best classes in the city. Teachers and pupils of St. John's Epis copal Sunday echool enjoyed an outing at the gardens Wednesday. Everyone went early and stayed late, and many of those taking full baskets asked a few The Best TON.IC When you are worn out with the day's heat and business cares there Is nothing so refreshing and invigorating as H orford's Aeld Phosphate A teaspoon in a glass of water Is a delicious thirst quencher and tonic that revives and strengthens the entire system. .. Gseasne bears same "toussord's" an label. friends to join them at the grass tablcs, the result being a de!ightful day fur all. Afrs. T. W. Fluzzo gave a very pleasant affair in the form of an afternoon tea, Tuesday at her home in Walkerville. The honor guest was Miss Jennie Gould of Los Angeles who is the sister of the hostess. Those invited to spend the afternoon were: Mrs. W. O. Speer, Mrs. J. I). Slemons, Mrs. J. W. Gunn, Mrs. N. H. Clayton, (Mrs. C. II. Moore, Mrs. C. lueger, Mrs. J. S. Hammond, Mrs. C. C. Rueger. Infor mnality marked the ufternoon which was passed in pleasant fashion. The Eastern Star whist party at Co lumbia Gardens Wednesday night was one of the great events of the week at that popular resort. Two hundred guests were present and enjoyed the gamel. Those winning gifts were: Mrs. D. LEvasu, Mrs. Frank IL. Hlaskns, W. L. Hugo and E. D. Davies. The entertainment cosnmt tee succeeded in nukinst everyone g . , 4 PROF. CHARLES HENRY BOWMA.V, Of this city, who will marry Miss Minnie Pauline Schansenbach of Ogden, Utah, Tuesday. The bridegroom-elect is the son of a distinguished lowa family and pro fessor of electrical and mechanical en gineering in the Montana School of Mines in this citl. enjoy the evening. Sumptuous refreshments were served by members of the Eastern Star, the men especially distinguishing themselves. Mr. and Airs. E. N. Lamb entertained at whist Tuesday evening. Those successful in winning the prizes were Mrs. W. If. Merriam, E. N. Jan11, and Mr. Kitto. It was some-thing of a progressive party, as the guests went to the various homies of those present to find further entertain ment, also refreshments. Mrs. James Pearson was the hostess Friday when the Woman's Alliance met at her home to transact sonme important business. After adjournment light re freshments were served. A pleasant event in German circles was the musicale Thursday night. There was a fine program presented and a large audi ence seemed to greatly enjoy it. The en tertainment was given at Finland hall in North Wyoming street. Mr. and ,Mrs. Baer with Miss Rosenstein and Henry Cohen enjoyed a little dinner at the reservoir Sunday. The dancing party which was postponed by Mr. and Miss Scallon because of the bereavement in the home of Mrs. Cotter, may take place during the coning week. One of the largest excursion-picnics of the season was that of the Centerville I. E. church, WVednesday. The picnic was held in the Deer Lodge grove and sev eral hundred women and children from the city attended it. r There will be a charity ball at the Gar dens Wednesday night under the auspices of the Clerks' union. Everything will be done to make the occasion a brilliant sue cess both socially and financially. The proceeds will be turned over to the Asso ciated Charity organization of this city to be used as considered best. At the Grace M. E. church in South Dutte was given a pleasant entertainment by the women members of the church. The program was excellent, those taking part being Miss Scits, Mrs. Lillie Knox, Miss Lelia Sherrand, Miss Maudie Davies and Messrs. P. II. Sherrand and Albert Jones. Immediately succeeding the program re freshments were served and the booths, which were rather unique, were a success. The members who added so much to the pleasure of the evening seemed to feel that the affair was a brilliant success; Miss Simpson Informally entertained a few friends at her home in WVest Quartz street Thursday night in compliment to Miss Ida Weagland of Salt Lake, Miss Syd Sylvester of Helena and Miss Sadie Goodman of Helena. At the annual meeting of the Butte W. C. T. U. Monday, Mrs. William Currah was elected president. Other officers elected were as follows: The five vice-ýesi dents--Mrs. J. R. Murray, St. Paul's Methodist church; Mrs. E. M. Tower, Mountain View Methodist church; Mrs. J. W. Passmore, Presbyterian church; Mrs. C. H. Butcher, Grace Methodist Episcopal church, and Mrs. Sarah Wiggons, St. Pat rick's Catholic church. Mrs. W. E. Wood bury was elected corresponding secretary; Mrs. William Gaimon, recording secre tary, and Mrs. James Walton, treasurer. Mrs. Woodbury and Mrs. Hamon were elected as delegates to the state conven tion to be held at Livingston, some time In August, with Mrs. Tower and Mrs. Kearney as alternates. Mrs. J. D. Ryan chaperoned a small circle of young friends at an informal dancing party at the Gardens Monday night. Those comprising the party In cluded Miss Addle Murphy of Helena, Miss Scallon, Miss Mary Scallon with Dr. Jed Freund, Fred Drake, Glen Ilarring. ton, Will Thornton. Later supper was enjoyed at the home of Mrs. Ryan. At the country home of Mrs. J. Dodd the Harmony whist club met Wednesday afternoon and enjoyed one of the most delightful sessions of the summer. The members drove out early in the afternoon and played until quite late, when refresh mnents were served. The house was pret tily decorated with potted and blooming plants, and the gallery extending across the front of the house was made *ost artistic by the trailing vines which row MISS WINNIE P. SCHAUSENDACH, Bride-elect of Prof. Charles Henry Bote- man, and daughter of William Schausen bach of Ogden, Utah. The wedding will take place in that city next Tuesday. in profusion over it. Those winning prizes were Mrs. J. Corby and Mrs. J. Long. One of the most pleasant out-of-door affairs of the week was the canyon party of Miss May Green and Miss Maude Willi last Sunday. A number of friends were in the party and lunch was served on the green. The day was spent in real out of door pleasures and all came back to town in a happy mood. Mrs. Miles White was chaperone for a coterie of friends at the Gardens Monday night. Miss Sherley, Miss Sue Welsh with liert Tower, James White. Frank Sullitan and Dick I.acey were among the party. A dainty lunch was served at the home of Mrs. W\'hite after returning from the Gardens. The Friday afternoon Whist club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Smith in West Iron street Friday. Those who won the prizes were Mrs. J. Corby and Mrs. Woten. The club will meet with Mrs. E. N. Lamb this coming week. Miss Patty Armstrong will give an In formal little garden party next week which is anticipated by her friends. Atlas Club Program. I Judging from the rush with which club programs are coming to the front these days it would seem as though the next club season will be full of work. There may be a great deal of pleasure in store for those who attend, because the sub jects chosen in all the clubs are so widely varied that everyone is sure to be pleased with some one or many of them. The Atlas club program, which appeared this week is a pretty little conceit in its cover of green, tied with green ribbon and the booklet printed on yellow paper. It is filled with such a list of addresses as that it might be appalling to any but members of that intellectual club. The motto of the club reads: "Attempt the end and never stand In doubts Nothing's so hard but search will find it out." 'This is carried out In the list of sub jects set before the aspirant for club culture. Literature, American history and Mexican history will be delved into and talked about next winter, and no doubt when the springtime comes the members will be ready for a long rest after o strenuous a winter, PERSONALS. Miss Florence Paul is the guest of Miss Mabel Shay in Helena. Prof. Henry M. Hart of Pueblo, Colo., Is at the Montana until such time as ar rangements can be made to locate his family in a suitable home in this city. Prof. Hart is the new principal of the High School. Miss Deborah Gibbons, 334 East Broad way, has Miss Nellie Mullen of Chicago as her guest. The latter will remain sosne weeks in this city. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Linke have retur d from Camp Caroline, where they hsre been during the past six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Richards, accompanied by their little daughter, are at Hunter's for a few days. Former State Senator Edward Caldwell of Jefferson county was in Butte during the week, as the guest of friends. Miss Sue Arnold will leave for a stay at Flathead lake this coming Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. fleslett, with their guests, Mrs. Parker and Miss Bishop, have returned from an outing at Brown's 1ake. Mr. and Mrs. George Kingsbury are via iing friends in Great Falls. Mrs. Harry O'Gorman has returned from a recent visit in St. Paul and other Minnesota points. Miss .Pauline Luny of Portland, Ore., is a guest of Mrs. Z. Job -at her home, 849 West Copper street. Mrs. Elisabeth McKeon left Wednes. day for Beaver City, Utah, where she will remain several months visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Josie Fleming Is preparing to take flight and will visit friends in the eastern part of the state after this next week. Miss McNeal returns from Missouri to day, where she has been spending the past month. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jackson of Spo kane have been guests of Mrs. T. M. Adams this week, but have started for their home today. Miss Nell Lloyd and Miss Scallon are guest of friends in Helena, whether they went to attend the Fort Harrison ball last night. Mrs. C. M. Carroll and daughter, Elo nore, spent Wednesday in Deer Lodge. Jesse D. Searles has returned from a sojourn in the eastern part of the state. S. II. Greenwood has as his guest W. W. Greenwood of Spokane, who is a cousin of the host. J. S. Wathey is home from the East, where he visited Minneapolis, Philadel phia, Pittsburg, Albany and New York. R. H. Paxson is a guest in Missoula this week and may remain. . Miss Margaret Siser of Helena, who has been visiting Miss Dore Shively, returned home Thursday. Miss Nora Johnson took her departure for the East this week and will stop off in North Dakota several weeks before goIng to Minneapolis, where she will at tend school during the next year. Miss Syd Silverman of Helena is the guest of Mrs. J. D. Wilson in West Park street. D. M. A. Miller of Dillon was in Butte a few days this week visiting friends. Joseph Vogler is entertaining his brother, F. W. Vogler, of Red Rock. Mrs. Jesse D. Searles and children are visiting Mrs. J. Dierks at Helena. Adjutant General Ashby of Helena is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Let gat. Mrs. George Caldwell and Mrs. E. West over of Indiana are visiting their sister, Mrs. John Everhart, in the Lennox addi tion, on the Englewood road. Mrs. Hellbronner and Dolph Ihcilbronner have returned from a visit of two weeks in the Bitter Root valley. Miss Emma Gamer of Helena is the guest of the Misses Bessie and Florence Hammer in this city. Charles M. Crutchfield of Hamilton has been in this city during the past week. Mrs. Archibald Gray and Mrs. W. R. Meech have gone to Great Falls to visit Mrs. J. C. C. Thornton of New York is in the city, the guest of her children. For the present Mrs. Thornton is at home at the Thornton. Mrs. C. L. Alstadt, who has been the guest of Mrs. McNulty in West Granite street, left for her home in Omaha Wed nesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carroll, accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Durphy, their guests from New York, returned Wednesday evening from an outing at Brown's lake. Miss Drec Summers and Miss Maude Miller are guests at the Thornton. F. W. Traphagen of Bozeman has been In the city during the week. Miss Mulvey of Salt Lake, who has been the guest of Miss Nissler, returned to her home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson, who have been guests of friends in this city, returned to Grand Forks, B. C., today. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dempsey have a lit tle son at their home, 308 East Granite street. Mrs. T. D. Dunsmore of Dillon Is visit ing in this city. Miss Charlotte Cahoon has decided to remain at Flathead lake for some time longer. I)r. and Mrs. W. L. Renick and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Guthrie of Kansas City, have returned front Brown's lake where they spent a couple of weeks rusti cating. Miss Edith Charlesworth is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. F. B. Smith of Helena, ex pecting to remain another week. Mrs. J. P. Fitzgerald and daughter Miss Fitzgerald have returned to Great Falls after a visit in this city. Mrs. George Broughton has for her guests this week Mrs. Poole of Salt Lake and Mrs. Fernley of Beaver City, Utah. lohth guests are nieces of the hostess. Mrs. Isaac Bernard of 624 West Granite street is entertaining her mother, Mrs. William Reinatein of San Francisco. Miss Susan Stein leaves for Milwaukee early in the week to be absent a month or so. Mr . It B. Wallace left Wednesday to MISS ETHEL RAYLEY, Ncice of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Ray ley, 8o8 West Caledonia Street. visit friends in Deer Lodge for a couple of weeks. Miss Ethel Berry and Miss Kit Fair are in Boulder Springs for a to days' visit in the home of Mrs. Merrell. Miss Kate McCarthy returned Wednes day from an outing at Sacres' ranch on the Jefferson. Mrs. Ella Knowles-Haskell has been in St. Anthony, Idaho, this week, but is ex pected here today. Miss Minnie Blume leaves for a six weeks' visit in New York today. J. L. Carroll is now at home at the Montana. William Hardcastle is visiting in Dillon for a few days, expecting to return the last of next week. Miss Sadie Nuberg started for Minne apolis yesterday and will not be back for a month or six weeks. 'Mr. and Mrs. R. 'Herron are in Pipe stone Springs for a *few weeks' stay. Mrs. C. P. Connolly, in South Excel sior street, has Miss Young of Helena as her guest. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McHenry and family are camping near Basin and will remain there a couple of weeks. C. C. White has returned from] visit in the Bitter Root Valley. Miss Annie Lowry, Miss Kirkpatrick and Miss Alice Lowry are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whiteside 1l Kalispell. Mrs. J. W. Tait and children of South Butte is visiting friends in Dillon for a few days. Miss Agnes Hughes and brother Ijerbert Hughes of Missoula are expected in this city today to remain a couple of weeks as guests. 'Mrs. D. Dorais and children have re turned from a recent visit with friends in Laurin. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paxson are home from their trip to Darby and vicinity. Miss Millie Coffin is in Dillon and has been made the honor guest of several so cial affairs in that city. Mrs. T. McTague and Mrs. A. L. Wick ham of Deer Lodge spent a few days ia this city the early part of the week. Roy H. Berry is a guest of friends in the city and will remain some days. Mrs. Edward Maloney is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Nettleton in Ana conda. ,Mrs. A. Flato of East Helena is visiting Mrs. Max Meyer of South Montana street in this city. 'Mrs. J. L. Carroll has gone to Lothrop where she will be the guest of Mrs. O. J. McConnell during the next two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jonas have returned from a trip to Boulder Springs. Colonel and Mrs. C. F. Lloyd returned this week from a short sojourn at the springs. 'Miss Hearne of Dodgeville, Wis., is the guest of hiss Ethel Richards, 412 North Washington street. Miss Mary A. McLaughlin of Anaconda Is visiting the family of J. Fleming in the Anaconda road. A. N. Brown of the Inter Mountain staff has gone to New York to remain a month. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Goss, formerly of this city but now residents of Salt Lake, were in town a few days this week prepara tory to making that city their future home. Mrs. C. M. Carroll and little daughter Elinore were in Deer Lodge this week. Miss Nellie Manning, who has been spending a month at Flathead lake, is ex pected home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stowe have re turned to Salt Lake after a visit with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stowe in this city. Miss Conyne will return early next week from her visit with friends in the Eastern part of the state. Mrs. Jesse P. Rowe and baby returned to Missoula accompanied by Mrs. Thomas Richards and son Dudley, who will re main with Mrs. Rowe a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Lyman leave in a short time for a long sojourn on the Pacific coast, especially in California. Mrs. E. N. Wood and children are home from a short visit with friends in Helena. Miss Annette and Miss Josephine Schill ing of Moline, Ill., are the guests of their sister, Mrs. E. L. Kern, in West Broad way. Mrs. James in South Colorado street has as her guests Mrs. Leroy Ames and Miss Rena Ames of Seattle. Mrs. Will Hallowell has returned from an outing with friends at Sacre's ranch, where she spent a couple of weeks. John Bowman, instructor in literature in the Iowa university, is visiting his brother, Professor Charles 11. Bowman, in this city. Mr. Bowman will be best man at the coin ing Schansenbach-Bowman wedding in Og den, Tuesday, to which place he will ac company Professor Bowman tomorrow. L. Jacobs of Sylecia, Utah, has been the guest of friends in this city for sev eral days and will remain another week. Miss Lizzie Byrne left yesterday for Port Hill, Idaho, where she intends re maining a couple of weeks with friends. Mrs. H. T. Mahan and Miss Nina Mahan will arrive in this city from Grand Forks, B. C., this coming week and visit in the homes of a number of old friends In town. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ross, Miss Ross and Miss Lou Knowles, with Miss Conk LITERARY NEWS The Pilgrim for August. The Pilgrim for August appears in a striking cover design by W. H. D. Koerner. Indeed, it is not too much to say that no summer issue of an American magazine ever was more charmingly garbed. The first article is entitled, "The Great White Shepherd of Rome," it being an Interview with Pope Leo obtained not long since, an added interest in which is due to the fact that it is the only interview ever afforded a journalist by the aged pon tiff. A second article of decided interest is by Henry D. Lloyd, noted as sociologist and student of economics, who writes of "The Public and the Coal Question." The Issue contains several illustrated articles of a lighter nature, among which may be enumerated, "Bohemia and Bohemians of Yesterday," by James L. Ford; "A Hot N9Wht in Chicago," by Kenneth Herford; "Cycling Through Tuscany and Umbria," by Carl Vrooman; "The Democracy of James Russell Lowell," and a sprightly ar ticle by Vance Thompson, familiar to read ers of the magazines as novelist and es sayist, entitled, "Paris at Play," which Is elaborately Illustrated from drawings. In fiction the Pilgrim for August is rich. A story by Caroline Lockhart, entitled, "Peebles' Peers," treats with delicious humor of the jury system. "Between Two Worlds," by Curtis Dunham and Oliver Herford, nears Its conclusion, and there is also an Installment of Gustav Kobbe's charming novelette, "He Stoops to Con quer," Ten Story Book. The August "to Story Book" is now on the stands. For summer reading this popular little magazine cannot be excelled. A particularly smart list of writers ap pears this month, the most conspicuous names being George Ade, Martha McCul loch Williams, H. S. Canfield, William Hamilton Osborne and Edgar Welton Cooley. The stories are all decidedly clever-not a slow one in the issue. These are busy days for George Ade, but never theless his story, "Shiner's Diplomacy," proves that he can do more than one thing at a time, and do all things well. It is a thoroughly characteristic conceit, "Outwitting the Major," by Martha Mc Culloch Williams, has a most ingenious plot, and is in her best vein. Mr. Can field's "High Courage of Mayne," Is start ling as a sexual problem. William Hamil ton Osborne, one of the new lights of the magazine world, contributes the humorous feature of the number. The selected mas terpiece is Guy De Maupassant's "The Mysterious Assassination."--Daily Story Publishing Co., Chicago. On National Park. To most people Yellowstone park Is a region of mystery and magic, and the story of its wonders never grows old. The August Century's account of "A Place of Mar vels," another chapter in Ray Stannard Baker's Great Norkwee't series, has ad. MISS NELLIE MULLINS, A talented musician from Chicago, uhoise spending a month as the guest of Miss Gibbons in this city. rite from Missoula, spent Friday in tows on their way to the park. Miss Ella Orr will not return to the city until the first week in September, as she is rusticating in the mountain with friends. Mrs. Miles White, with Miss Sherley of Kentucky, have gone to the park for a couple of weeks. Miss Adele Humphrey will be back next week from her visit to her home in June. tion City. Mrs. George P. Lauzier of Missoula is in the city, the guest of her father, John Foster, in West Granite greet. Mrs. W. E. Shandrew lift yesterday for a trip through Eastern Montana, thence to Utah, and will spend some weeks is Salt Lake. Mrs. K. Blum and Elizabeth Blum are guests at the Finlen and will remain in the city seeing old friends for a few days longer. J. G. Link has returned from St. Louis, where he spent a couple of weeks. Lawrence Weber cf Mitchell, S. D., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Alexander, zi South Gaylord street. Mrs. A. T. Morgan, accompanied by Mrs. Epping and little daughter, have gone to the Pacific coast for a visit of several weeks. J. M. White returned from a camping trip on Rock creek this week. Mrs. Southard of Detroit is the guest of friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer J. White are is the city preparatory to going to house keeping. At present they are at the Mon. tana. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jonas have re ceived a cable message from Mr. and Mrs. A. WehI announcing their arrival in Germany. Miss Prentice has returned from Boze man, where she visited friends a couple of weeks. Miss Goodman of Helena. who has been a guest of friends in the city, re turns to her home tomorrow. Mrs. A. B. Knight of Sheridan was a visitor in the city the past week. Miss Ida Weggeland of Salt Lake is the guest of Mrs. W. II. Nichols, 6og West Park street. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Anderson are Is Anaconda, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Brolin. Harry Cotter has returned to his home in Denver, leaving yesterday evening. Mrs. D. D. McGreggor and children have gone to Montreal because of the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. James Featherly is visiting Mrs. W. T. Maudlin in Dillon. Mrs. P. C. Gillis and party will not re turn from their outing for another week. Mr. Gillis came in yesterday. ded interest for the reader who remembers the Century's aritcle on Yellowstone park printed in 1871 and 1872, the first magqy zinc papers to bring the subject proml* nently before the public. The article will have pictures by Blumenschein. 'E. Phillips Oppenheim E. Phillips Oppenheim's latest and most mature novel, "A Prince of Sinners," has called attention to this clever English writer whose books have been steadily growing in popularity in this country. Mr, Oppenheim had written ten novels pree vious to "A Prince of Sinners," and, what is more to his credit, his work has con stantly improved. He has been best known in this country, previous to the publication of "A Prince of Sinners," by "The Great Awakening," "A Millionairh of Yesterday," "The Survivor," and "The Traitors." In each of these Ingenious novels his skill as a story-teller was evi. dent. But in "A Prince of Sinners" Mr. Oppenheim was most fortunate. He really got ahead of Mr. Joseph Chamberlain in attempting to show, through the vehicle of fiction, that the salvation of the English workingman is dependent upon the restora tion of a protective tariff in his country. Yet in this new book the tariff discussion plays'but a small part, the real story being the eventual career and love affairs of Kingston Brooks, the manly hero, and his relations with Lord Arranmore the so., called "Prince of Sinners." It Is a thor oughly wholesome romance of present-day English social and political life. Mr. Oppenheim, who is 34 years of age, was born and educated in England; was married, in 1892, to Miss Elsie Hopkins of Boston, and at present he resides at Ervington in Leicestershire. He is member of the Savage and the Author# clubs, and his favorite sport is golf. The Artifiolal MWaiden, "Mother, may I go out to swim?" "No, my darling daughter Keep your clothes on your hickory limb% Then nobody'll know you've got her." -Cornell Widow. NOTICE VF REMOVAL The Montana Viavi Co. has moved from Butte to sa Thompson block, Hel. ena. Best treatment known for dis ease of women, catarrh, stomach and bowel troubles. Literature sent free to any address. Correspondence Invited. Mine. Elsa MacPherson Coucert Planaste and Teacher Diplomee Leipzig Royal Conservatory. Pupil of Reinecke, Zwintscher, Teiete muller, Bloomfield, Zeisler. Resideneq Studio, aog North Jackson Street, Butte.