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Extra Special Bargains cOn sale from 6 to 10 o'clock tonight. Vegetables L.rge uInIIcI. c.heler' ,IOc eri lp ntl ttender... ...... ............ Snow white c.iliflowerr, .....4 p 11 . . . . ............. . ......... . ....... %" u.t4 ....C Jerrey "v ^et potator.25C for ptundt. . .. o p.llou1 for ......................25C New green pea., 5C per p uM nd ....... ....................... Chuicet, ritalgn, ..25c t, po tl " .......... .................. ;reen c..rn. large' r 20c dozel ....................... ..... 20 c large Int,;,. extra fanc:r., 30c ripe, tldhly t. otir' .....t.t. ....... ... New hrt , or cnrro',, 5 httncht 1 .............................. Dry onion', t, ,y 25c 1 p Iro n d . ......................... . Fresh Fruit fI ancy ptnaie per a, o I, 30 407L', ,ISc 411, 1 ............................ Thin kil /ln n. ,lOc per d ,.r n ........... ............... pe "r Iha t.. ..................... \\ild p m1)1111 . e.'r cratel of four . :... ,"...........1.... 00 earn t ins ptlun , crate 4A fou r ia , i i. .................. ........ k""et n l"n tn5.. 12 I-2c per cup:l.... . . ............. .... ('ir,,, ., tinl apph, 25c ..Jx Ip(iII=o,& ............................5 ·ix )I .I'..... ·1tti.tl. 25C f. ulr pou ,tnd ................... ....... per p , n . ............. . . . ('h, ric , t c ,t ,t p , .2 5 C Presh Meats Firequarter lh,11 ,, 8C per i . . . 8c i, inhl tar a I ·tl,,. Iich pet oundlll ................. ........... oin 't, .12 I-2c per po . ....................... 'orter .ho. . t .k, 15 c per un .............................. CI nhtl r r),1 t seat per tpound ....................... ..h,,lr , ak.. three plntsd - ............ .......... .. Pork .. 'am,, 10C per po ul.d ........................o .... IO C POULTRY Voung and Tender Chickens 16( Per pound ..................uu Spring Chickens for broiling. 0 Plump and tender Per pound 1UC OECHSLI 42 West Broadway, Butte Rents Tents, Camp Stoves, Cots and Stools. Pays highest cash price for Second HIand lHouse. hold Goods. Buy, sell, pack, ship, store or exchange your house. hold goods. Has the largest line of sec. ond hand up to date Heat ing Stoves in Montana; over 300 on the floor; also full line of new stoves and ranges to cxchangce for old stoves and furniture. The largest stock and the greatest variety of second hand household goods in Montana to select from. 'Phone 923B BOY MAKES THE BEST HAT Takes Prize at Milliners' Convention for His Neat Work. IY ABSSCIATED l)' 1SS. Chicago, Sept. 5.--arl A. Ilodge, a so-year-old boy, has won the prize for the best dress hat at the milliners' con vention, which has just ended here. lie has been in Chicago a year as a hat de signer. It was through the interest of a woman milliner who recently "discovered" his work that the boy milliner was persuaded to enter the contest. Ilodge sent to the convention a shirred toque of velvet in two tones of the new prune shades. The lines were long and 1Frenchy and at the left front of the hat two purple military pompoms rose out jauntily. NOI IC. OF REMOVAL The Montana Viavi Co. has moved from Butte to 1a 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. Mme. Elsa Mac Pherson Concert Piailste and Teacher Diplomee Leipzig Royal Conservatory. Pupil of Reinecke, Zwintscher, Telch. muller, Bloomfield, Zeisler. Residence Studio, aos North Jackson Street, Butte .-. .t24 - -:ý 9'ý \ý ýý ý/ 'ý ý 4 Il'e Ii'" in deeds., not years; in Ithoughts outsIt ti.S l'ho thi.nks ,nst, feels the noblest, acts the best. - Philip I. liailey--Festus. Miss Kenyon Honor Guest. Miss Nrll I.hlyd was holstess and Miss K Min htonor tguet at a delightful danc ing paly alt ('ollllbi (;nardlesi last night. "I ho..e who helped to dance away the merry hotrts inclluded Misses Alice Lowry, N1,lge Maiks. IBene Sullivan, Hlattic San der,, Agl.nes IDoty, cI ra Sherley, Josic 'l'allbtt. Anna I..wry aind Mabel lIen staw, w\iltll Metrs. James Murray, Charles Sutirtrvant, Ihoyd ;aget, James Higgins, F. 1irake, Iut 'l'o.wer. I)r. Napton, D)r. Ray Frenull. I)r. Jeld Frcund, Al Frank, lIti (',,rnelits and .Mirs. Ien Calkins as chllaplrolnl'. After the dance supper was enjoyed aI .t t hone of the hustess. To Mrs. J. C. C. Thornton. At the int ltiful home of .Mrs. Samn Jlohlntle in \\'est Broadway, \VdnCesday ni,iht. .Mrs. J. C. C. Thornton of New Yorl. was the honr pne's at a uniquec function aIl'dled "An itl l:shioined Sup per." F.vcrything was in the fashion of half a century ;:ago. 'The del.corations were inllter, sting l ,because e if their Iluailluness. All abouit the iirooms .hl fashioned lpos.ies had their place: the table loioked quahlit willth its appoinni'tlls of 5o years ago. L hinta, glass atld silver were set aboutil the tatble jt'.t aIs tie lother of the hli tlll guest a.tiht;h have Iiid her tahbl in the dai.s ot Autil L.a.g Sy1e. There wats nothinig served on the tleintil that woulbh not have been the latest edibhl at that ltilme. Two nlalel were used aind the shaded electr-lier did tot dhni the brilliiancy of the i'idlts 1as they stood on the faultless liinen and anlddd to the quaint appearancle of it all. In selecting p..osers for the event the hlioute. cho.se ollly such t "as were klnowlI inl tihe Il garlidens, ais iarigllds, asters, utii;tnoette., fev'erfew and .itlk.s; these awere ittmade ulp of niosegays. It all seentied ,o delightful and sio close Ito the genuine tl.t the guests mnight have wishetd the fashiot, of tIolaiy to turn ba:ickward evenl for a little while. 'the ilivited guests in eslndd : Sisley, Nls.. \V. Mel', W hile, Mr., I). J. lIet na My, Mr.. Mary Sha.rp, Mll . W, W. Ilisnn, .\l , ( , I. lyd, I li. "lTiM m It.atclle, NMrs. W . (. Le.wi, Mrs. II. W. 'lturnr, Mrs. 1. 1). F'rund, Mrs .. I\V .. I, ick. MNit. I.. J. I.:l hI ian, It r. T. J. nMurray, NMr.s. W. G. I'lhuts. Itr'. Mary Itnch. NIMrs. I'utente (arroll, 1Mrs. 1. K. Iht|lett, Mls. Donal d ('atluhll, NMrs. V. VW. X(innnimon, Mrs. J. V. L.ng and M.ss 'ITh, . who directly niled the htate'. in the tntertlaiunent during thie esncing was Miss llte'tn V'tIhutns and Miss .Xlae 'lats, Itw chlanillg ncnlIers oul Ilultte' y ,ungIcri slllart 'et. Informal Afternoon . At tihe plrty rhonicm f Mrs. Pitngel there was gathelred a coteric of pleasure scekers Tuesday a:fternoon. 'They enjoyed the "Tour Aronund the World" offered by the hostess. The one \~ho made the fastest time was a;warded a prize, Mrs. I.ochllnai of San Fraincisco being the winner. The hostess was nided ii raring for the guests by the pretty girls, Miss Sulzer, .Miss lander and Miss P'rentice. Flowers were used everywhere in profit sion, adding to the effect of the furnish ings at the home. Among those invited were Alme.. C. NI. P'rentlcc, J. S. Shropshire, J. A. iakter, Lauder, C, 1'. i)rennen, J. It. Mle. t'rackin, J. S. Hammond, WV. (C. Dierks, J. I. W\harton, EI. W. Shively, George Stevenson, MISS BLEAWOIs IUMPHREY, Teacher of E2nglish it Burotte High School, and gradtuatel of Untivertsity of Kantsas. Mary Busch, Moses Linz, L. J. Lachman, Jesse Holmes, A. II. Jones, J, \. Gunn, ci, W. Tower, II. S. Clark, G. E. C(lark, W. W. \Vishon, Henry Mueller, Al Rochester, T. W. 1luzzo, C ., R(ucger, Elizabetl Rueger, Spiurr, If. V. \Vinchell, WVinchell of i'Washington, 1I. C., MnacNlevin, Uen McDonald, \V. J. Christie and Miss Gould, Mrs. Morgan Complimented. There was a pleasant informal after noon in the home of Mrs. T. J. Jeffries in West Copper street Thursday. The time was spent in cards and the event was as a compliment to Mrs. J. A. Morgan, mother of the hostess. Those present in. eluded: slrs. W. W. Cheely, Mrs. John McIntyre, rs. (;George i.' Clark, AMrs. J. V. Riter, Mrs. Newman, fMrs. J. S. Ellis, Mrs N. U. David. son, ,Mrs. B. W. Clarke, Mrs. ;raves, Mrs. Kitto, Mrs. ~essias, Mlrs. Sol Buckles, Mrs. Tom Richards, Mirs. Patterson, Mlrs. Blrowt. field, Mrs. iD. Dickson, Mrs. IBlackburn, MArs. C. MI. Prentice, Mrs. J. f11. linper, Mrs. T'ur. heville, Miss Moore, M.iss l.lewellyn, Miss Crossman, Miss Crippen and Miss Riter. Those winning the prizes were Mrs. (eorge E. ('lark, Mrs. IDavid Dl)ckson, Mlrs. Kitto, Miss I.llewllyn, while Mrs. Morgan received the guest prize. Light refreshments served during the afternoon were enjoyed by the guests. Society Musicale. Mrs. J. Ws. Barber was hostess at the first society musicale of the season with Mrs. W. A. Cockrell and Miss Cockrell of St. Louis and Mr. Johnston of Chicago as guests of honor, The affair was Monday night and a delightful program was pre sented. With Miss Skelly as pianist, ", e EDIVARD H. BAYER IVho uas married to Miss AM. Cochran) Among the most important events of tile week was the wedding of Miss M. Cochrane and Edward H. Bayer. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. lBovard of the Methodist church at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stormes in South Excelsior street. The affair was very quiet, as none but Waldorf Walsh as violinist, Mr. Johuston, and Mr. Thompson as vocal soloists the program was complete. Among the several musical numbers, given during the evening were the follow ing: Miss Johnston, "Haunts of the \Vitches;" selections from Tannehauser;" Mr. Thompson. "Forgotten," by Eugene Cowles; Miss Skelly, "The Bird Sermon," by I.izst. Each number was delightfully rendered and received many encores. The house was bcautifully decorated, the color scheme of pink and white (being carried out in the shaded lights and flowers, which blended harmoniously with the furnishings of the pretty home. Those present in cluded the honor guests as also; 1)r. and Mrs. Grigg, Mr. and Mlrs. C, W. (vckrell, Mr nno Mrs. Blradley, Mr. and Mrs. Mlarslcn llturn~. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Riter, Mr. and .Mrs. . t). . McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. C('. 11. licrle, Mr. and Mirs. litnkle, M~as Cox, Ali-s Skelly. Miss Clara IHinkle, Misl Irene S;,iCiller, Mr. and tiMs. Z. Jub, Mr. and Mrs. EI. . Mayo, Edward lHoward, Dr. Loeb, Mr. ,lohnson, I'Prof-sor Ilall, Mr. Thompson, Fred Hinkle and Mrs. Montgomery, with Mrs. Adams of Anacondal. At a late hour refresh. mtents were served. 'lTh'e favors were exquisite hits of water culrs allppropriate to the charm. ing allair. Birthday Party. Miss Fay Tullis was complimented by a charming little party given by Dr. and Mrs. Sandberg Wednesday night at the Gardens. Supper was served at the home of the hlost and hostess after returning from the (Ga;rdens. 'Ihose who attended were: M.i es Esther .heil.ljolhn. IIHelen S. Shively, 'Mabel Merriman, Nellie IHlamlin. .lMiss Pay, 'lullis, the hontor guest, with Messrs. Rohert Kirk, It. Alerkle, Ed Evans. Worth Almo,,. C. Irieze and .Mrs. G;arson, with Mr. and Mrs. John M1cCrimmton. At the ihome of the lhostess pretty decorations added to the pleasure of the eveninlg. Dancing Party. Miss Tessie Evans informally enter tained in honor of Miss Bessie Driscoll and Miss Dora McCormack Thursday evening at tile .;ardens. Among the guests were a number from Anaconda. Informal Pleasure. A delightful afternoon was spent by a number of friends at the home of Mrs. William 11. Merriman in Colorado street this week. Mrs. Harold was the recipient of the enjoyable affair. Others present to meet Mrs. Harold were: Mmes. L.. M. Carptenter, N. It. Davidson, 1'. A. Pender, T. E. Davis, W. \V. Williams, J. Alterton, Frank Glosser, E. Il. Irish, Carl Gallagher, Miss Dowell, Miss Moore and Mrs. Graham of Columbus. Cards were indulged in, but a few had their fancy work along and chatted as they sewed, while later refreshments added to the pleasure of the afternoon. For Mrs. L. A. Sisley. Mrs. L. A. Sisley of Chicago was the recipient of a pretty compliment Tuesday afternoon, when Mrs. A. P. Heinze gave a beautifully appointed luncheon for her at the Lyndale cottage. Carnations were used to add the needed tone to the table appointments. Those invited to spend the afternoon with the honor guest in cluded: Miss Carolyn Kenyon, Mrs. D. J. Hennessy, Mrs. VW. McC. White, Mrs. James Forbis, Mrs. Samn Johnstone, Mrs. J. C. C, Thlornton ofl New York, Mrs. II. W, Turner, Mrs. \W, L. Renick, Mrs, John Templeman, Mrs. George Rockwood, Mrs., J. K, Heslett, Mrs. J. M. White, Mrs. J. V. Long, Miss Hattie Young. After luncheon a game of euchre was en. joyed. Those winning thle prizes were Mrs. ITeslett, Mrs. Forbls, Mrs. J. V. Long, while Mrs. Sisley won the consolation and was also tile recipient of a handsome guest prise, Wedding Announoement. Miss Margaret Alice Kemper and Ed ward S, McRoberts will be married neot Wednesday evening at the home of th,: bride's parents in West Broadway. Pleasantly Surprised. Lester Sylvester was the recipient of a surprise party Thursday night at his home in West Park street. Those present in cluded : Mises Florence Monsahan, lrma Elrirkson, Pauline Ilickerson, Sarah Young, Marguerite Skrlly, Edith Haggerty, Alta Williams, Lillian Martin, M. Sylvester, Leander Carlson, J. Mc Nulty, Frank Martin, 'Phil O'Brien, Ed Mons. han, Miller Young, Cecil Williams, Earl Hichards, Charles Cary. Mrs. Charles Hellbronner and Mrs. A. K. Wertheimer were hostesses Wednesday at a delightful afternoon at the Gardens. A number of friends were invited to see the ball game and afterwards enjoy a de licious repast. An evening at the theater and supper at the Thornton were among the pleasures enjoyed by Miss Kenyon, Miss Young, -Mr. MRS. BDWARD 1. BAYER, Formerly Miss M. Cochrane of this city. relatives were present, and Mr. and Mrs. Bayer took the evening train for Seattle and other coast points. The bridegroom is a well known busi ness man, while the bride is a charming young woman who has many friends who wish the happy couple all the joys of life. Mr. and 'Mrs. Bayer will be at home to friends at aso South Excelsior street. and Mrs. Eugene Carroll, Mr. Mangan, Mr. Goodale with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hes lett this week. This was Monday evening, when the "Chaperones" was played at the Broadway, i Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Sultan entertained a small party of friends at the "Chaper ones" Monday night. Those occupying the box were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller, Mrs. 'Lachman, Mrs. Adolph Pincus, with Mr. and Mrs. Sultan. Refreshments were enjoyed at the Thornton after the perform ance was over. To hie away to the green woods is the proper divertisment at this season of the year. Among those who enjoyed that pleas. tire last Sunday were a few friends of Lewis Harris and Herman Blanc. A tallyho carried the merry picknlckers to Woodville park, where the day was spent as each seemed inclined. In the party were: Mr, and Mrs. J. Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. W\ertheimer, Mrs. Charles ltellbronner, Miss Rosenstein, Miss Blahche Oppenheimer, Miss ILeahl Oppenheimer, Miss Hattie Oppen. heimer, Miss Rose Sampson, Miss Lena Ber ger; .\lMessrs. Den Sampson, Louis Kaufman, Dave Kaufnman of Anaconda, Capell and the two hosts. Today a jolly company of friends have gone to Woodville park to remain until Monday night. Tents and all necessary requisites were t:tken along to make the outing complete. Those who went were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nace, Mr. and Mrs. lhcrbig, .Miss Reid, Mrs. Raleigh, Mrs. Pur cell, Miss Kupial, Miss I.inda Williams of ]er Lodge, Arthur Roper, Charles Boone, Mr. Redmond, Mr. Burns, Mr. Harris, Mr. Ilullamnd. Social Club 'Meeting. The M. I. T. E. met at the home of Mrs. Bruce Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. \V. Clayhourne instructed the members in parliamentary law, the lesson being "Incidental Motions." Miss Mattic Ober read an article on the "Houskeepers' Un ion, which created much mirth. Refresh ments were served by the hostess. The club will meet at Lynndale September to. Quiet Little Dinner. One of the prettily appointed dinners of the week was that given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Beebe Thursday night. Those about the table were Mr. and Mrs. John N. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Marsden Burns, Robert Kirk, Syd Blaklock and the host and hostess. Pink and lavender predomi nated in the color tone of the pretty deco rations, while the name cards were in lavender also. Social Circle. Mrs. C. C. Curtis entertained the Wometn of Woodcraft in social session at her home in Nevada avenue, Wednesday afternoon. After a short business session the mem bers spent the time in an informal man ner and refreshments were served. The next place of meeting will be with Mrs. Lilian, 647 South Jackson street, on Sep tember 16. "Four Jacks" as Honor Guests. Fortunate is the "Four Jacks" club in having been invited to the country home of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wellcome In the SJefferson valley. Tomorrow the club mem bers will dine with the host and hostess at Creeklyn. Miss Elsa and Miss Thee Russel have gone down to assist in the on tertainment of the guests. Informal Dance and fMusicale. Among the pavilion parties during the week was one given by the Missee Leah and Blanche Oppenhelmer Wednesday night. After the dance at the Gardens the guests were taken to the home of th. hostesses and supper served. This was followed by an impromptu musicale. Nisslers Entertain. Chris Nissler and Grover Nissler de lightfully entertained a number of guests at their home in West Broadway Wednes day night. Games and dancing were en joyed during the evening and delicious re freshments served at a late hour. PERSONALS. Miss Beulah Fant left the city this week to attend St. Vincent's academy in Helena. Mrs. J. H. Schuh of Phillipsaburg is a guest of friends in the city. Mrs. Albert Koberle and daughter have gone to Europe and expect to remain sev eral months. Miss MacGinniss and Miss Fox are dom iciled at the Lenox. Mr. and Mrs. John McMurray are in Bozeman this week attending the county fair and visiting with friends. Mrs. J. M. Hinkle and children left for Fairfield, Iowa, this week and will remain in that state with relatives for some time. Mrs. J. B. Patterson and Miss Calvert, who have been guests in this city, returned to Great Falls Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Connolly, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Brien and J. A. Gallagher have gnne to Seattle for a month's outing on the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Copenharve and daughter left the city Wednesday for a month's sojourn on the Pacific coast. Mrs. J. H. Torrence and children re turned from the Bitter Root this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas McDonald, accom panied by Bernard McDonald, have re turned from a sojourn on the Wise river. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hewitt and daugh ter of Basin were visitors in this city dur ing the week. Mrs. Ella Knowles Haskell has returned from a trip to Fort Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Angus Clark are home from Jardine after a stay of some time in that town. Miss Alice Knowles of Deadwood, N. D., who has been the guest of Mrs. Ben St. Charles in South Dakota street, returned to her home Thursday. A. N. Brown, city editor of the Inter Mountain, who has been spending the last five weeks in the East, returned to Butte yesterday. Miss Lillian Truro is a guest this week of Miss Cherry at Willow creek. Mrs. A. W. McCune, Jr., of Salt Lake is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Godin, in South Jackson street. Mrs. Frank Cooney and children have returned from Dillon, where they spent the summer. Mrs. Mary Early has gone to Hlutington, Ore., to spend a month with friends. ,Miss German is now on the way to Lebanon, N. II., where she will attend school this coming year. Rev. J. I,. Duncan has returned from a visit with his family in 'Visconsin and is now located in the Pennsylvania. Thomas Lavelle. accompanied by his two sons, went to Spokane this week for the purpose of placing the boys in school there. Charles B. Hocking is spending a few weeks in Omaha, Neb. Mrs. John New, who has been the guest of Mrs. J. K. Pardee, left for her home in Phillipsburg Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. D. Francis, who re side in the Bitter Root valley, are visiting in this city. Miss Helen McCrackin of Hamilton is the guest -f her sister, Mts. Mortimer White, in \Vest Quartz street. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall are guests in Anaconda this week. Mr. McMinn of Rochester is the guest of his uncle, Dr. Raines, in this city. Miss Class Clark is a guest in Deer Lodge this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Winchell are en MISS CLARA AUBRBACH, Daughter of Henry Auerbach of 626 Da kola street. tertaining relatives from the East who came this week. Mrs. Skyrme and Miss Bessie Skyrme returned from Hamilton Tuesday, where they have spent the last month. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark and chil dren went to Granite county to live among the hills for a month or six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Lane are once more settled in their old home, 519 West Granite street. C. W. Davidson, B. Budahl, with Fred J. Rowlands, left the city yesterday to be absent over Monday in the region of Monida, where they expect to visit among friends. Harry Baer of Minneapolis was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Prentice this week. Mrs. G. O. Mcrarland will leave in a short time to visit friends in Seattle, Mrs. Barstow has returned from a short visit in Hamilton, where she was the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Broadwater are stopping at the Montana, Mr. and Mrs. William Luxton and son are preparing to remove to Idaho Falls to reside, Mrs, Luxton and son Willie leave next Tuesday, Mr, Luxton having preceded them, Miss Seymour is entertaining Miss Westphall of Philipaburg. C. E. Meagher and family of Deer Lodge are now residents of this city, their new home being in South Dakota street. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse B. Roote have re turned from a trip to the Pacific coast. Miss Grace Campbell is spending this week In the Yellowstone park as a guest of the State Press association, Mr. and Mrs, James H, Lynch have MISS ADLBR Of Omaha, Neb., guest of Mrs. Lewko wits in West Platinum street. gone on a visit to old friends in Dead wood, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch were married there over ao years ago. iMiss Phelan went over to Boulder Springs for a stay of ten days. Judge and Mrs. J. J. Ferrell have gone to Michigan to reside. Mrs. llodgens is visiting her sons, T. M. and James Hodgens, in this city. Miss Gould, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Buzzo, returned to her honme in l.os Angeles Thursday. Mrs. McNevin and child are at home after a visit with friends in 1-Helena. Mr. and Mrs. John Gillie have returned from a month's visit with relatives in New York. Other places of interest were included in the trip. Mrs. Emerson also returned from the Bitter Root valley with the children of Mr. and Mrs. Gillie, and the family are now at home in North Excelsior street. Dr. and Mrs. Grigg and children ire at home in the house formerly occupied by Former Governor J. R. Rickards and fanmily in South W\ashington street. Miss Sophia Morgan has been spending a week with friends in the mountalns. Mrs. Raleigh has come back from Paris, where she spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Edward Spurr, who have been in the W\est all stummer, during which time Mrs. Spurr and chil dren have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Tower of this city, will re turn to their home in W\ashington, D. C., tomorrow. ,Mrs. J. II. Harper and Mr. Tubecrvill., who spent the summer in the Bitter Root valley, are now at home. Mrs. J. P. Dunstan and father. Marshall D. Kilgore, and daughter, of pao Colorado street, left Thursday evening for Jones boro, Ind., to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis. who have beets the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hibbs, returned to their home in Springfield, Ill. Mrs. G. II. Feiring has returned to Ohio after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. C. V. Fulton in South Excelsior. Mrs. Charlotte Y. Knowlton is spending a few days in Pipestone Springs. Sister Angela and Sister Mary Gene vieve of St. Vincent academy, Helena, who have been guests of Sister Demarosa at St. James' hospital, returned to their home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bott have come back to Butte after a sojourn of three months in England. Mrs. David Eccles and Miss V. Ecclcs of Ogden are the guests of friends in this city. 'Miss C. F. Osborne of Red I.odge is visiting relatives here. R. M. Renshaw of Boise is a visitor among old friends in this city and expects to remain a couple of weeks. Miss Catherine Atichenbach will reside in Anaconda this winter, as she will teach in the Blue Eyed Nellie district during the year. R. A. Carnohan was absent part of the week at Basin, but returned to town Thursday. Mrs. C. E. Mills and children have gone to Great Falls to stay a few weeks with relatives. Miss Eleanor Humphrey will arrive from the East tonight and take apartments with her sister, Miss Adele HIumphrey, in the Davidsont block. Mr. and Mrs. George I.yman have re turned from their sojourt on thie Pacific coast. Mr. and Mrs. Meechl leave for a short trip tomorrow. Miss Williams of Deer l.odge is a guest of Mr., and Mrs. Nace in the Concord, Miss Cora Sanders is it Helena at present, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sutphen. 'Mrs. G. Murphy is in Kalispell visiting Mrs. Eugene Dickerson. Miss Alice and Miss Amy Edmunds re turned fron an extended trip through the Atlantic states. Miss Martha Iloltenhoff, who was the guest of Miss Lydia Osenbrug in West Broadway, returned to her home in Ana conda Mrs. Graham is visiting Mrs. Pendar in West Park street and will remain in the city this coming week, Mother Mary Peter arrived from Den ver Thursday of this week to reside at St. Patrick's parochial school. Miss Conyne came from Helena this week, where she has been the guest of friends, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Muller of Daven port, Iowa, have been in the city this past week visiting James Higgins. He also entertained Mr. Wilson and Mr. Luther of Columbnhia college, all being chums of Mr. Higgins Mliss Roselba Murphy, Miss Zeyme Hal ford with Miss Musetta Williams, re turned from Eoulder, where they were guests at a house party during the last few weeks. Miss Longley, who visited Forsythe during the summer, has returned to town. Miss Dore is home again after several months spent with relatives in Illinois and Kentucky. Dangerous Either Way. "l)on't you think that we had better tell the public that you are opposed to the combines?" "What for?" answered Senator Sorg hum, "The time for that hbas past. The public won't believe and the combines mlght.".--Washington Star.