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ýýý, -- ýý, ý ý ýýeý.; w ý7j Let me go where'er I will, I hear a sky-born music still; It sounds from all things old, It sounds from all things young, From all that's fair, from all that's foul, Peals out a cheerful song. It is not only in the rose, It is not only in thq bird, Not only where the rainbow glows, Nor in the song of woman heard. But in the darkest, meanest things, There alway, alway something sings. 'Tes not in the high stars alone, Nor in the cups of budding flowers, Nor in the redbreast's mellow tone, Nor in the bow that smiles in showers, But in the mud and scum of things There alway, alway something sings. -Emerson. A deigihtful (iii I;ril party and dance Was tlfat given hy Miss Patti Armstrong .ith .Mi, s lthl IEisenhlerg i.s honor guest Jtui vday night at the. iardens. T'llh e whllo,, atnill the alffair were: The lil.c., Pa' tyt .\1stl tlong, le'ah lIarney, (dlIve Tit llhgal, lthl lRn,tuhnrg, May llanhky, lMay Mah,.i.i Stella .ieve, tlara ha.e, May Dugan. I',arl Ketine.)'ly. May McMillan, IDella Oppenhlimcr. Frainces arroll. 'I ina l.argry, FrancI , .I: iut ll.- I llivi l all, liena Amos, Julia Ia.., .h Imir (;Unidrup. May tGreen, Lrma I (h,,rp . aud \Villi, I ellian 1 Sh'e hlty, (rate \, ii-. .,lel I'ter-on, Alice Nichols, Iar,,i Ni ,l-, Agii, . lughev, l essie ilam. inu r. I llma I vlter, Viola , -,k, Ellic ierce, ]tIa lFurmtrt ,n, 4trace Campbell, Mabel Mer r.,an. Anna Ihllberg, Nell Fair, Kit Fair, lth.il Ir ry l:liia Erick lon, Salie Jonas and Eriaa Ii., nherg:; .\leandcr Stchlne, er, lHer. burt HIughe-, PI n llammnn.nd, .Lens Earty, ('tightn. Largey. Joe Early, Dan Ilanley, llal. rail urti-, lack l ,loni Tl h imas. ('alvin James, Artolur Sampn.-on Ilenry Trevelyan, Fred Mc. A.utlcrm i R, y IlItfer, Tom Whalon, John (Curti, Jack t hIi-ty, Frtid ilammer, Will Ilai:n.mr, H\1 illrene, L.awrence Alexan ler, Li II. landl. I1t.l' ItI ,ltrdi+lg, David B. l]lu ,rtcin. FIred I lnkle,. Julus Jnas, Ira eter,s. Fr;ak M:ulii,. Intin Payne, iloward C'y, .crti.ur lampfisn and Luu .Mills. 'he h, -te-- sa.. .isiteI in entertaining the . :lt :il g:t -ts ly Mr., J. A. Long, Mr- ,r :-(l.,!,rg and Mi-, Conley. Early in tre ovet::g; the girl: went out to the Gar dta, I; l tI, Ik lhnch andl later the yli t' nt ji.lt then at sulpper. The c.rtag was ci:dt in the paviln., where dart n.:.g 'was enjo)cd by many of the gutest s. (lie of the surprise parties of the week was that given Miss Marguerite Skelly Mtionay nilght. Several small friends gath eredl at a ncihl,.r', r ith gil an abundance of Food thin., an thIl.- .-ktl, thenl descended uplon the t', ,c ot:c-s. 'I ho.e present were: The lMi--.s J hL Ili kerson, Nora Ilarker, Ina Erickn, ll.-thr (carpenter. Juha liarry, ('urn It onahan, Floret ice M nalhan, E:dna lnnahan, Edith ilal;Iggrty, .Mary Ihan, .Mabel Ilaggerty, li.lian Martin, Julia and Ilazl (u"s. till,,, lary, with leiter S)lerie.r, Jim McNulty, Ihi:l t'lrinn. al:,rrv Seavan, Frank Martin, (larn .c .\lartin. I-d I th ir, Frank Martin, llrt I( tIr, II N, i . ain han, Melvin iach, Wi\llie V",tung. I lae ('ary, lilly O'itrien, May N.',u g. John I ark, tr. Iat lltrllnd re freshLentts were .enjoyed during the evening. Fr:ik Mulihlls informally entertained a small party of friein, last night with a tallyho ride into the pretty recesses of the canyons south of the city. 1.. (). Evans is preparingl to take a few friends on a :camping trip near Missoula. A number of young feminine friends will be in the crowd. which will Ie properly chaperoned. It is the intention of the host to remlain two or three weeks amidst the canyons adjacent to Rock creek. Mrs. L.illian Hloward pleasantly enter tained a number of fritnds at her apart menIlts iln I 117 North Montana street Tues day night. Antmong tlhose present were: Mrs. Kendall, Miss Thonmpson, Miss Wright, Miss Schelile. Miss Julia John son of Anaconda. with l'rofessor Scholkn berger and Mr. D)ow. Miss Florence I)avis celebrated her birthday Wednesday biy inviting a inumbner of friends to her huomle, to West l.a'latte street. Ganes and music made the hours pass pleasantly. 'Those who were in at tendanice were: The Mienes l.alla Platte, Ethel 'Vaechrie, Itlanche Rtcd. lone Bradshiaw, Grace lipper, Carrie Kiotwell, Margaret Willard, Stusie Toward. (C. Annie Marlin, .Louisa P'rophte t; A Word in Your Ear DON'T OVERLOOK THE FACT L That the Best Buy In Butte Is a SMcQueen Addition /Opposite the Office Building and [ntrance of the New Smelter-. Pilttsburo & Montana Co. Lots$150 $25 Cash, Balance $10 Month. City water throughout entire dditio. W T THE THOMPSON CO. BROADWAY M, ki.h, h r-. Mr1, l'rtih, Mr'et ir. Ral-h; Willt lte..r". Satn \ hlcx, R. II. I). Q(uick. \\'illi:in II. Iley. (;rng.e It. ISte hen-, W. II. i, tllr, John il. lnttitn. I'e..y lMay, I.ee Situ t r, \\, It. 'Irennc rry, (;rto e \Velco,x, John \ltel lud. yen. A'hert (t . v;it:an , Iicha,ld Iltch, C. J. I iwha, I-.J.,hn \\ kini',n, Ian ;erman, \\il. lit, I'iProphet, J. I . 1(alph. The hItituse wa prettily Ih .rated with pinlk muil whhite citarniations m;iil :tnlparagtt.u viines. The Stevintis qul:lrtIt Naas pr(esent and tgae a fcw f delightful soong. IMatly Uift- were ml ade the youthful hot,. a, lish, egood wishes for many returns of ith, dlay. An oult of townl ('vent if interest t manyiily friinds in Ihitte ewa , Ill, miarrictt ' ef Miss Alice IBlhl lNrtai andl Ur. ('Cral Ray Arinti truutt. 'lit e marriage took upla.'ce iln Keckuk. lan. July _.. illd wIs ,one of the e c iaiil atfails of that city. Th'le brile is a diaiuthter of Mr. and Mrs,. John Muta of This city anti grand dauhter iof (',,l. i. A. Viail. She way bIrn ill Itc na., lilt painc most of her life here, whelitreT has many friendis. '1 he. hridegrotm is thl ,,it of the late )r. J. C. Armten triut, ie, of thle leacding Iphy iciat.t., and is a.ssociated in miediceitne with I)r. Ruth of thee( ofitl I'hyicians in Keokuk. It is the intention of 1)r. and Mr,. A\rmteiuitrlit to visit the parlents of Mris. Artinltront twithin a few weeks. Many haniilsoiie presents were received y the hlappy coluple. Alfred I iamierlcat aeel Miss l.ena Nelson of Walkerville were lquietly married at the lparsontage in South tButte NI. 1. church. Rev. J. W. Tail performied the ceremony. WVedding cards are out announcing the coming wedding of Miss Be1th Sheba Stormets to IEdwin Iyman IEnsigun. The ý tttý-'' MISS BETII SHEIA STORMIES, Bride-elect of Edrin Lyman Ensign and dilughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stormes of this city. The marriage will take place Wednesday evening at St. John's Episcopal church, Rev. Mr. Ilackiston oficiating. ceremony will take place Next Tuesday evening in St. John's Episcopal church, while a reception will follow at the home of the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. larry Stormes, in zta South Excelsior street. A pretty wedding We'tlnesday evening was that of Miss Carrie HIammond and Emar Johnson. The ceremony took place in the parlor of the parsonage of (;race St. E. church in South Butte. Rev. J. W. Tait officiated. The bride wore a pretty gown of white silk and carried white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will be at home in 6,18 South Main street. aMiss Ainna larrington and Thomas Kelly were united in marriage by Rev. Father Callahan in the Sacred Heart church Wednesday. (nIlp a few friends were present. Immrediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Kelly left for a short trip to BIoulder Springs. One of the social events in church circles last week was the entertainment given by the Mt. E. church in Meader ville Tuesday night. The program pre sented was as follows: Recitation, Thomas Richards; solo, Rev. C. I). ('rouch; recitation. Eveline Adams; solo, S. J,. Perry; recitatiou, Mrs. Susie Richards; recitation, Sr. IE. l'oulin; solo, Paul Adams; accompanist, Florence Anldrews. After the program was over ice cream and cake was served and a social hour was enjoyed. At an informal luncheon given by Mrs. Charles Schatzlein, Wednesday, Mrs. Wal lace It. Alexander of Pueblo, Col., was the guest of honor. Mrs. Bush, Mrs. D. C;ampbell, Mrs. John I:. Davis and Mrs. Richard Kunkle were the other guests present. The place cards were Gibson heads and the favors pink carnations. After luncheon the hostess and her guests enjoyed a drive to Nine mile canyon and return to the city, Miss Anna Voter pleasantly entertained St. Patrick's orchestra Wednesday night at her home in South Dakota street. Those present were the Misses Nell Walsh, Blanche Skelly, Nell Costello, Julia Costcllo, Mabel Johnston and Kate Cleary. Music and re frcshmeints were enjoyed. Miss Gould of Los Angeles was the honor guest at a Kensington tea given by her sister, Mrs. Bluzo. Those invited to meet Miss (iGuld included Mrs. W. W. Cheely, Mrs. John McIntyre, Mrs. A. t. Jones, Mrs. W. W. Wishon, Mrs. Geo. I. Clark and Mrs. M. GC. McNevin. An informal afternoon was spent in the pretty home, which was enjoyed by all present. In honor of her guests, Miss White/w and Miss Rider of Cape Girardeau, Mo., was Mrs. Jesse II. Roote's garden party last night. It was entirely informal and a collation was served at the home of the hostess after the dance. Those in the party were Miss W\hitelaw, Miss Ruer, Mrs. Sybil Williams, Miss Doty, Miss ltlackiston, Miss Kirkpatrick, Miss Bick ford, with Messrs. Cosby, George Davis, II. Frank, Sellers l.argey. Dr. Napton, P. Drake, J. II. Kremer and Messrs. Sweln hart and White. A camping party consisting of Mrs. J. A. Canty, Miss May D)ugan, Miss Mon tana I.argey and Jack Dugan have located near Potosi Springs. They will be joined today by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tallent and Mr. Canty; the party is to remain a month in the canyon near Potosi Springs. .Mr. and Mrs. J. V. .ong entertained at a handsomely appointed little dinner Thursday. with Mrs. Parker as honor guest. Other guests present were Mr. and 'Mrs. J. K. Ileslett antd Miss Bishop. Raymond Tucker entertained the HI School Mandolin club Wednesday at is home. It was his birthday and a friends were invited in to celebrate with EDWARD LYMAN ENSIGN, Bridegroom-elect, who will be married to Miss Beth Sheba Stormes Wednesday et'ning at St. John's Episcopal church in this city. him. Games were the special feature and those winning prizes were bliss Olive McDougal and Earl Pratt. Music was also enjoyed as was the elaborate lunch served at a late hour. Purple and white entered largely into the color scheme of the deco rations. Miss Emma Gamer of Helena was honor guest at a dancing party Tuesday night at Columbia Gardens. Miss Bessie apd Miss Florence Hammer were the ho$t esses and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hammer and MIr. and Mrs. E. G. Davenport played the chaperones. After the dance refresh ments were enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hammer in West Granite street. The guests were: Miss Gamer, Miss Grace Noyes, Miss Floyd Patterson, Miss Mary P'atterson, Miss Dolce Hayden. Miss Belle Kearney and Messrs, Floyd IBushnell, Albert Plettibone, Al Johnson, Arthur Macdonald, Worth Almon, Ed Evans, Crcighton Largey and Fred Hammer. One of the outings of the week was that of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Graves and a small coterie of friends as their guests. Mr. and Mrs. henry Newman, Mir. and Mts. Samn Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Clark, iMrs. McDonough of Chicago, sister of the hostess, and Mrs. Sybil Williams made up the party and the day was spent in the pines and canyon of the Maud S. Mrs. Fred IIulgrand and children of HIclena and 'Mrs. Charles Sanders and chil dren of Drummond are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Wortman in South Ala bama street, and other relatives in this city. Miss M. 'M. Wolfe, national organizer of the Florence Crittenton circle, has been a guest in the city during the past week. Miss Wolfe is a resident of Washington, D. C., and is touring the Western states in the interest of the organization. The charity ball was a success. It was given under the auspices of the Clerks' Protective union and the list of patronesses was made up of many of the most influ ential women of the city. Beautifully gowned women, fine music and a large - semblage added to the brilliancy ad charm of the evening. A sumptuous sup r was served in the cafe, and the event wes one of the most delightful of the seasap. During the sessions of the Grand Te* pie of Rathbone Sisters this past week many outside guests were in the eilY. The entertainment given the outside dsl gates was entirely informal, but none ae less pleasant. :There are a number of lodges of the order in the city and each mimber constituted herself a committee of one to welcome the strangers. This has been a week of keen delight to the children. Nearly every day. hsa dreds of them were taken for outln, picnics and garden parties. Their merry shouts were heard early in the morning as they drove.toward the canyons and in the late evenings as they wended their way home again-tired, but still shouting and laughing. These days in the woods is the elixir of life to the small girl and boy. It would seem that the desire to make conditions brighter for all children seems to be running like a wave over the city. It is no longer left in the hands of individuals to bring moral sunshine into the lives of the little onei but all kinds of organisation as well as companies hasten to see that days among the "trees and flowers and. things" are bestowed upon the' children. Next to the churches and schools, J. R. Wharton, representing the Street Railway system, has been found foremost in eqak ing possible to entertain the children amidst the finer things in nature. Low rates with admission to all pleasures and sights of the Gardens have been graciously given by him and most gratefully en joyed by not only the children, but the mothers also, with an occasional father to break the feminine monotony. The picnics given by the various churches during the week included one by the Welsh, the First Presbyterian, the Walkerville Methodist, the St. Paul's M. 1:. church, south, and the Centerville M. I:. church. These were varied by days at the Gardens and in the mountains immediately surrounding the city. It is seldom that a pale skinned child is seen on the streets of this city. They are all burned a de lightful brown and their eyes shine with the vitality and health found in plenty of out-of-doors play and freedom. PE.RONALS. Judge and Mrs. Wines and Mrs. Purcell will spend the next to days at liunter's Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Davenport are now at lhme to their friends In do West Broadway. W. A. Akers has gone down to Idaho where he expects to remain a couple of months. Mr. and Mrs. Mort. A. White have gone housekeeping in the apartment house at Mon. tana and Quarts street. MLiss Louise Walker is the guest of friends la I1,elena. Mliss Rose Sampson started for Salt Lake t,,,Iay, where she will remain a couple of weeks witl friends. Edward IHorgan is spending a few days at lro,wn's lake, the guest of W. A. Clark, Jr. County Attorney Fitzgerald of Great Falls was the guest of friends in this city during the wt-ek. Miss Nannie Featherly of Dillon is the guest of her cousin, Miss Charlotte Featherly, in sty South Dakota street. Miss Nellie Manning has returned from :lathead lake, where she spent three weeks. Mrs. C. C. Swinburn has for her guest Miss Ellol A. Wade of Chicago. Miss Wade is the riter of her hostess. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Klonts of Great Falls have been guests in the city this week. Mrs. II. T. Mahan of Northport, B. C., Is the guest of friends in the city. Miss McNevin, accompanied by her friend, Miss Kelly of Deer Lodge, left Thursday for the park. Mrs. Fred Whiteside and children are visit. ing Mrs. J. J. Jurgens, 5S8 East Mercury street. Miss Elizabeth McDonald has Miss Young and Miss Marguerite Young as guests. Miss Edith Gamer has returned to her home in lHelena after a visit with the Misses liam mer in West Granite street. Mrs. John M. Doull and children of Salt Lnke are visiting relatives in this city. Miss Donegan and Miss Anna and Miss Kate Moran are in Virginia City the guests of friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Strong have gone to their ranch in Assinniboine, Northwest Territory. Mrs. J. F. Perro of Drummond is the guest of friends in this city. Miss Anna llannen has returned from a camping trip at Basin, where she was the guest of friends. Mrs. S. C. Blackiston and Mliss Margaret Blackiston have returned from a several months' trip through the South. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kunkle has returned from their outlaing in the northern part of the state. Mrs. J. W. Gunn, who has been in Drum mond spending a week, has returned to the citf c. F. Brazelton has returned from a trip through the small towns in the state. Miss Scallon, Miss Mary Scallon and Wil. liam Scallon have been in the Bitter Root valley this week. Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie will return to their home in Kansas City this coming week. They have been the guests during the past month of Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Renick. Miss May Bretherton will go to Ilclena dur ing this month to visit friends in that city. Miss L. I. Gwynne of Anaconda has been the guest of friends here this week. Mrs. Fanny C. Spencer went over to Ana. conda this week to visit relatives. Rev. C. D. and Mrs. Crouch have gone to Livingston, where they are in attendance at the Methodist conference and the guests of friends in that city. J. Bruce Kremer has returned from a little visit with friends in Spokane. Mrs. W. J. Alexander of Jefferson valley is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Blackiston in South Idaho street. Mrs. Abbie Turner returned from a visit to South Boulder this week. J. A. Nadeau is entertaining his cousin, J. A. Nadeau of Iberville, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Orton have gone to Carbon county on a fishing trip. Miss Annie Chelew is home from the Pacific coast, where she has been during the last two months Miss Helen Whitelaw and Miss Clara Rider of Cape Girardeau, Mo., are guests of Mrs. Jesse B. Roote. Miss Mae and Miss Helen Plouts are in Pony this week the guests of Miss Leah Mor. ris. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McArthur and Mrs. Vego Jensen, Miss Dora Henningsen, MLiss lilda Bailey, Mr. and bMrs. Anchor Henning. sen and J. Murray are in the Yellowstone park. bliss Shels Malloy of Anaconda spent a couple of days in Butte this week. George Daly and family leave for California MRS. CHARLES HBNRY BOWMAN, Formerly Miss Minnie Pauline Sckansen back of Ogden, Utah. this coming week and will be absent several weeks. Herald Heagy, little son of Mrs. Nellie Ileagy, is recovering from a severe illness. Mr. and Mrs. Cooke, accompanied by Miss Lissie, Miss Blanche, Miss Viola and son Fred leave for Victoria Tuesday, where they will reside in future. Mrs. Rosenthal will start for California today and expects to be absent six weeks. Miss Ethel Eisenberg left for Spokane Thursday and will not return to the city for some time. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cockrell are expecting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cockrell and Miss Fannie Cockrell of St. Louis to visit them at their home in 731 West Broadway. Mir. and Mrs. Eugene Carroll go to the Reservoir tomorrow 'accompanied by a few friends, among them Mr. and Mrs. Heslett, Mrs. Parker, Miss Bishop, Dr. Laieru N toa. The party will remain several days before re. turning to the city. Miss May Dalton and Miss Katherine Mc. Leod leave this coming week to spend several months In San Francisco end the coast cities visiting relatives. Miss Ethel Gensberger is the guest of Miss Floy Olds at the Pines, in the Bitter Root valley. Miss Esther Meiklejohn has returned from a visit with relatives in the Jefferson valley. Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace, residing In Front street, are happy over the arrival of little Master Henry Edward Wallace, who just came a week ago. Misses Martha and Gertrude Nicholls leave next week for Red Rock, where they will camp with friends. Miss Fay Tulis spent Sunday at Pipestone Springs. Miss Josle McNulty will leave for Omaha within a few days, where she will remain dur. Ing the next six weeks. Mrs. Clark of qreat Falls is a guest ina this city during the week. Miss Mary O'Conner left the city for Salt Lake today to be absent a couple of weeks. Miss Coral Passon of Three Oaks, Mich., is MISS MAY DALTON, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Dalton of 3s2 East Granite street, who leaves to day for California, where she will visit with relatives during the next several months. . . . .. . the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Paxson at their home, 30o East Woolman street. Miss Viola Frost has returned from Deer Lodge, where she .as visiting in the home of Mrs. Shackleton. Charles R. Leonard, accompanied by J. M. Sutphen of Ohio and Frank Leonard left for an outing on Rock creek. Mrs. B. M. Alien has returned from a three months' visit with friends in the Bitter Root country. C. H. Alexander of Helena is in town this week visiting friends. J. 1'onsford of Bozeman has been spending a few days in Butte this week. Mirs. Carlyle, accompanied by Miss Carlyle, left today for a. visit in Salt Lake, expecting to return in two weeks. Will D. Horgan has returned from a trip to New York. Mrs. C. N. Newton has returned from Mis. soulas, where she went to attend the funeral of Mrs. Tremblay. Mrs. Bacon has returned from New York, where she has been during the last month. Miss Ernestine Cuughran returned from Chi cago, where she has a book accepted, and has gone to Seattle for a visit of some weeks. Buel Hyde of Missoula has been a guest in the city this last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ensworth have gone to San Francisco, where they will make their home. Mrs. Kellogg Sackett of Missoula has been in the city visiting friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Finlen are here from Chicago and are guests at the Finlen hotel. Mrs. Finlen has been absent from this city during the last five years. A. B. Keith is the guest of his brother on the Pacific coast. Miss (Grace Tucker is traveling through the Yellowstone park this week. Will Thornton is out of town this week in the Bitter Root valley hunting and fishing. T. J. Porter of Missoula was a guest with friends in this city a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Moulthrop have returned from a visit with relatives and friends in the Bitter Root valley. Mrs. James A. Murray left the city this morning to remain some time at Hunter's Hot Springs with Mr. Murray, who is there recue perating his health. Then Mrs. Murray will leave for New York and Philadelphia, where she will sojourn until late autumn, when she will sail for Europe to be absent during the winter. Mr. Murray will join her later in Paris. Mrs. R. G. Bradley and niece, Miss Irene Somerville, will return to the city from Stilli. cum, Wash., tomorrow, after an absence of three months spent in that summer resort. Mrs. Nell Wilkins is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Moore, near Drummond. Mrs. R. V. Seebre of Dillon is the guest of the Misses Reinhart in the Prentice flats. Miss Ida Robinson of Deer Lodge is visit. ing friends in this city. Mrs. L. G. Smith of Anaconda is the guest of Mrs. J. B. Leggat here. Creighton Largey is visiting with friends in Helena during this week. E. B. Weirick started for California Thurs day to visit with his wife and children, who have been spending the summer on the coast. Mrs. Curtia is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas McDonald at Drummond. Miss Lottie McIntosh of Dillon is visiting friends in this city and will remain a couple of weeks. Mrs. James McDonald has been a visitor in Helena during the past week. Dr. St. Jean of Anaconda is a guest in the city for a few days. Mrs. Henry Haus of Lewiston, Idaho, is the guest of Mrs. George Wallace in this city. Miss Lydia Gunn of Mullen, Idaho, is visit ang friends at the Dorothy, in this city, and will remain another week. Frank Kelfer of Keokuk, Iowa, is a guest of friends in this city, this being his annual trip to the mountain city. Col. Walter Darby of San Francisco is so. journing here as the guest of his brother, C. . Darby. Mrs. Sievers and Miss Lella Russell leave the first of the week for Flathead lake, where they will spend a month or so with the scenery and then as guests of Mrs. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Finlen are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Finlem at their home in the Largey fats in West Broadway. Rev. Edward J. Mullaly, C. S. P., who has been a guest of his parents in this city since his ordination in Baltimore, leaves tomorrow for Tennessee, where he has been appointed to a station in that state. Mrs. Charles Flood has returned from Mis soula, where she attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Tremblay, Mrs. Wold and daughter left the city for a trip to Sweden, and expect to be gone about three months. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherman have gone East and will visit in New York, Boston and other points of interest. They will remain about a month, James H. Lynch has returned from Spokane, where he has been during, the past week. SMiss Conyne has returned from a visit with friends in Forsythe, Mrs. Miller Borgelam, who has bees the guest of her sdter Mrs. McClennan at Rocheis tar, is home alrpn, Miss Kate Cohn of Keokuk, Iowa, is the guest of her brothers la'South Colorado street. Mrs. Julia Lamont and daughter Jalia of Dillon were In the city this week while on theft way to Seattle, where they will visit a couple of months. Mrs. McC. White has returned from an en tended trip to the Pacific coat cities. Mrs. James Denny and children are home from several weeks spent with friends in Mis souls. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Tower, accomn panled by her children and sister, Mrs. Spurt and children of Washington, D. C., who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tower during the summer, have all returned from three months' camping in the mountains near Dan. eles. Mr. and Mrs. Tower are now at home Ia the Fair flats at Excelsior and Copper street. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Spauld, who have bees the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Donovan, left Tues. day for an extended trip through the East and Canada. Mrs. William Shore and son Monte have gone to California on a visit to relatives. Miss Hasel Gindrup has been the guest eo Mrs. Kingsley in Anaconda. Miss Fay Fielding of Helena is visiting het sister, Mrs. Charles Mellbroner, in this city. Miss Anna Fitapatrick will come home from Columbia Falls, where she has been the guest of the Misses Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. McGinn expect to return 1A Omaha early neat week. Miss Skyrme is spending a few weeks ig Hamilton as the guests of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cobban and children are now at Brookside ranch, several miles from town. Charles W. Gannon of Helena spent a fei days here this week. Card Party 05arkers. ,I New ideas in tally cards for the sum mar euchre players are usually grate. fully accepted. For these little parties one wants something novel, and there are so many different styles of tally cards that are new to most people. One of the newest of these is a little red pin-cushion, made in the shape of a heart; large white pins are used for the countera Something on the same idea and nice for souvenirs afterward, are tiny little scent bagas. These little balg are very effective in orange and blac., fastened to tallies with a bunch of orange ribbon. Japanese fans with strings of glass beads hanging to them for counters are also very novel and pretty. For thq woman who does not like to sew, but iS quick with a brush or pen, there are usm limited possibilities. Among these, pieces of water-colored paper, cut and colored to represent pieces of watermelon, are eof fective. Holes are punched through th* card, having ribbons with tiny blacl dolls, or any little trinket, according to the mater's taste. Then there are cards upon which clDp pings from magazines may be pasted, and it is surprising what aid the advertising section lends for this purpose, for a few lines added in ink make the little pictures look like a pen and ink sketch. Then the beech-bark tally is always a pleasant reminder of summer. If the bark proves unruly moisten and press with a hot iron and then cut it into hearts. EFFICACY OF ROSES TO CURE SICK NERVES Tn one of the communications to the Chicago Tribune, Marian Martineau dwells upon the efficacy of the scent of roses to cure weak nerves. She says: "If you are inclined to scoff at the efl "cracy or scents, Just stop a moment and consider. Have you never, in your earli days, seen your grandmother sniff the camphor bottle? Have you never sniffed it yourself? Are the uses of smelling salts, hartshorn, and all the keen littlg odors of the salts bottle unknown to your And have you not benefited by the using of them? "Now, working on the lines that scents are good for the body, nerve specialists arq doing a great deal for their patients, and wonderful cures are being wrought. "And among these is a cure which the Viennese have for being 'out of sorts.' The woman who is out of sorts in Vienna, and who applies to this hospital, which is called by a term which in our language means a sanitarium, is conducted to a room, and there she disrobes, puts on a loose robe, and lies down upon a sweetly scented couch, on which there are dozens of sweet pillows and a scented cover lid. She is given a book to read, while the attendant hurries away with her cloth ing. "In an hour everything is brought back to her sweet and fresh, and, as she dons her gown again, the patient smiles and sniffs gratefully. Her clothing has been sprayed with an essence of rose, and after the spraying, which was a thorough one, the clothing was aired and sprayed again. After this a pressing iron was run over the clothing, if necessary to restore it and take out the dampness. The patient goes forth deliciously scented, and the cure upon the spirits is said to be perfect." Women who have weak nerves or who have received a shock of any kind should scent the hair and the skin with lavender water, and should sniff the perfume of lavender as much as possible. In the summer time, when contagious -diseases are abroad, the woman of dell cate constitution cannot do better than to carry with her a smelling bottle of sweet odors. Said a well-known specialist con cerning the smelling bottle: "The smelling bottle is one of the most useful articles a woman ever carried. It is worth its weight in gold in the matter of reviving the spirits, and as for the pre vention of contagious diseases, it is far beyond price. "Do not think that the smelling bottle will cure a disease, but it Will prevent it." At a certain summer resort, where scar let fever broke out two years ago, all of the summer boarders were advised to carry about with them a bottle of lavender salts and to inhale from its depth frequently. The theory was that the pungent odor of the lavender kept away the disease, and that no germs would approach within smelling distance of the lavender. Germs and insects of all kinds dislike strong odors, and there is no better way of keep ing them at bay than by scattering per. fumes about, scenting the clothing with them, inhaling them, and otherwise secur ing their presence. NOT IC OF REMOVAL The Montana Viavl Co. has moved from Butte to as Thompson block, Hel ens, Best treatment known for dis. ease of women, catarr, stomach and bowel troubles, Literature sent free to any address, Correspondence invited. Mme. Elsa MacPherson CAcert Plaiste ad Teacer Diplomee Leipzig Royal Conservatory. Pupil of Reineeke, Zwintacher, Teielht muller, Bloomfeld, Zeisler. 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