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:..j- - ý "ý -ý " - " ý ý_- :. ...LL~ ý ýý' '~ ýý ,ý . ,. A clean life, an open mind, a pure heart, an eager intellect, an unveiled spiritual percep. tion, a brotherliness for all, a readiness to give and receive advice and instruction, endurance of personal injustice, a brave declaration of principles, a valiant defense of those who arc unjustly attacked, a constant eye to the ideal of human progression and perfection which the Sacred Science depicts-these are the golden stairs up the steps of which the learner may climb to the temple of divine wisdom,-ll. P. Blavatsky. Notable Wedding. The most notable and elegant affair of the week in Butte society was the wedding of Miss Mary Madeline Armstrong and Mr. Arthur Vincent Corry, both ot this city. These young people have a host of friends, who showered them with congrat ulations and gave thetn many elegant gifts for their beautiful little home in West Galena street. The marriage was celebrated in St. Patrick's Catholic church Wednesday morning at 8 :,o o'clck. N'uptial high mass was sung by the priests and choir, Rev. Father DeSiere officiating, with Rev. Father Callahan and Rev. Father liar rington assisting antd a number of altar boys in attendance. As the bridal party entered the church the organ pealed forth Lohengrin's wed ding march. The ushers--W. WV. John son, C. C. Corry and J. II. Rowe-came first. with the bridesmaids-Miss Mary Nolan of Livingston and Miss Redwein of this city-following, the matron of honor-Mrs. C. P. Callahans-preceded the bride, and her brother-J. J. Armstrong gave her away at the altar, where the bridegroom, attended by his best man Dr. It. C. Mo.ahan-awaited her. The fair young bride was beautifully gownted ill white satin, trimmed in e~ quisite rosepointt lace. and moline veil touching the hemts of the bridal gown. The matron of honor wore a creation of white crepe lisse with Irish point lace, and carried white roses toned in pink, while the pretty bridesmaids wore beautiful go~yns of white brussels net over white tafieia, and white picture hats, and carried white ichysanthesitunt. The altar railing and sanctuary of St. Patrick's was decorated with potted plants, palms, vines and bright flowers, while the altar, lighted with a hundred candles, made an artistic scene as the bride and bridegroom pledged each to the other in the marriage vows. During the ccremony the choir sang the responses :and Mrs. Hugh McL.eod sang the "Ave Maria' during the offertory. As the wed ding party passed down the aisle after the marriage service the organ gave forth the joyous strains of Mendelssohn's wedding mal;rcih. After leaving the church the ubrtal party and a few intimate friends went to the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Anne .eonard Armstrong, in West Galena street, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served, plates being laid for 30o guests. The beautiful home was artistically 'ccorated in white and green. Chrysan Ihcnlutis, Oregon grape and smilax being .sed in profusion, with large bows of white tulle. For the guests two elegantly appointed tables, exquisitely decorated with white chrysanthemums, interwoven with asparagus vine and smilax, lad been prepared. At one was seated the bride and bride groom, with the matron of honor, brides maids, best man and ushers, while at the other the hostess presided, surrounded by the relatives and intimate friends of the family. Arranged down the center of the bride's table was a truelove knot of white flowers, with an immense how of white tulle, add ing the finishing touches, while wound from this was delicate sprays of aspar agts vine touching the plate of each. A delicious menu was served, after MRS. C, F. BUCHER, Of the Florence Crittenton Circle. which the happy partictpants took the train for the coast, The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Anne Leonard Armstrong of Butte, formerly of Portlano, Ore., and *has a host of friends in this city. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. Andrew V. Corry of this city, and is counted among the most success ful of the younger men in business circles. Among the friends invited were the following: Mr. Andrew V. Carry, Mr. and Mrs. George TI. McDl)onald, Mr. Clarence Corry, Mr. and MArs. J. 1, Corry, Mr. and Mrs, George MlO Donald, Miss Jennie McDonnld, Mrs. rMee. ban, iMrs. Beckley. Mr,. and Mrs. J. F. Nolan. Mr. and Mrs. I'. J. Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Bartlett, Mr. and lMrs. S. It. Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. .1. i. Vivian, Mr. and Mrs. John Gillie, .Mrs. Mary Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Leggait, AIr. and Mrs. Hugh Mcl.eod, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Shores, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kelley, Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas Grimes, Mrs. ,Mary C.,. burn, iMr. and Mrs. Irank Coburn, Mrs. .Mur ray Miles, Miss Horg;an, Miss Viola lorgann, Miss Augusta l.aurent. Misses Rus.cl, Miss Ella Redwemn, Missa Mary Nolan of Iiving. ston, Miss Helen Nolan. Mr. and Mrs. .\. T. Morgan, Mrs. Edna Eppiing, Mr. and Mrs. Miles White, iMr. J. It \\h ite, Mr. \.. S.cott, AMr. '. J. Brophy, Mrs. M. Darcy, Mr, and ?tlrs. Andlerson, Mr. and .Mrs. lilart, Miss Ala M. 'arrun, Mr. and Mrs. Ilorace Winchell. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. lTholmas, Mlr. and Mrs. 1). I)risconl. Mr. and .Mrs. C. II. Callahan. Mr. and Mr.,. Pt .Mullins, Misses I)riscoll. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stanbury, --r. J. Talbott,, Mr. and lrs. S. Ilurns, Mlr. and Mrs. .L '. licnningsen. Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Iliennerssy. AMr. and Mrs. Robert MA.\rthur, Mrs. Thomas McA.\rthur, Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. I'. A. Oxanno, AMr. and Mrs.\ W. W. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. William Skyrrme, Miss Skyrnme. Mr. and Mrs. Alex husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1M. Goosman, Mr. and Mrs. J. I1. Gallagher. Mr. and Mrs. Ifnarry alwey. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Keyes, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ('heely, Dr. and Mrs. Whitford. Mrs. A. G. Yule, Mr. F. E. Shaw, Miss Edith Ihickford. ,Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Carter. Miss ('lara Moore Sheely, Miss Manning, Miss Madge Manning. Miss May lhbinehart, Miss Margaret Rhinehart, Mr. \\Wl. liam Scallun, M.r. \\. W. Johnson, Mr. I)'Gay Stivers, Mr. Fred Greene. Mr. Tuonmas (ivens. W. J. illeick. Mr. and ,Mrs. William Hard. castle, Mr. and Mrs, Van ElIh, Mr. I.. A. Evans, C'harles Swart,. Mr. J. Madden, I.. it. I)ewitt. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Twohey, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Forhis, Mr. E. S. Becker, Mr. MRS. THOMAS FLA.VIN Of Spokane, .Who [as Rteen tie Guest of Friends in This Cit~ During th, Past Week, and Mrs. John Alexander. Mir. and M.rs. F. G. Chess, Mr. George H. Klockner, Mr. A. J,. Calcott, Mr. James If. Rowe, Mr. T. J. Downey, Mr. E. J. Ilarker, Mr. I1. S. Carroll, Mr. Jack Murray, Miss Isabelle Kelley, Mr. Wynne Flood, Mlr. L. Vaughn, AMr. Guy Stapleton, Mr. J. F. Riley, Mr. James Gillie, AMr. John Mullins, Mr. John Corette, Mr. Alex Leggat, Mrs. Margaret Finlen, Miss Agnes Wall, Malcolm Macdonald, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Irvine, Miss Emma Lowe, Mr, and Mrs. II. C. Leyson, Mr. and Mrs. August Christian, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. E. Sievers, AMr. and Mrs. W. J. Christie, AMr. and Mrs. Sam Johnstone, :Miss Grace Nowlin, Mr. and hrs. J. C. Feeblcs, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Adami, Mr. and Mrs. J. H]. Curtis, AMr. and Mrs. L. J. Ilartzell, Mr. Lynn Iloyce, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Ilaines, Dr. J. P, Rheins, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Calkins, Mr. Frank Pilling, Mr. Carl Smith, Dr. Mona. han, Miss Ida Stelnfcls, Misses Moran, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Liebe, Mr. and Mrs. George Rockwood, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. !louts, Misses I'fouts, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shields, Mr. Reno Sales, Mr. James O'Keefe, Mr. Arthur ]lury, Mr. Mac O'Brien, Mr. Dudley Tolman, Mr. Jack Mahoney, Mr, Clint Itoudebush, Mr. Phil Goodwin, AMr. J. A. Fraser, Miss Nettic O'Donnell, Dr. Christie, AMr. Malcolm Cook, AMr, and Mrs. J, J. Mellatten, Mr. E. 11. Howell, Mr. Donald Gillies, Mr. and Mrs. W\V. R. Moore, Mrs. Anna Monon, Mrs. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Dunshee, Mr. W. 1). l'hornton, Mr. C. W. Goodale, Mr, and Mrs. J. R, Thompson, Mr. and Mrs, J. II. Harper, Misses Monon, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hlag. gerty, Mr. William Fitzgerald, Mr. J. S. liar. rison, Mr. J. S. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Dec paule, Miss Alice Langlols, Mrs. William Wraith, Miss Catherine Ronan, Mr. John Mc. (;uirk, Mr. John Kleley, Mr. G. C. Waite, Mr. Arthur Muller, Rev. J. J. lilowe. There were a number of elegant gifts, many of them of great value and beauty. Mr. and Mrs. Corry will make their home in this city and be at home to their friends after Decem. her t in Bas \Vest Galena street. Pretty Bridal Dinner, A pretty affair was the dinner given by Mrs. Anna Leonard Armstrong Mon day evening as a compliment to her daugh ter, Miss Mary M. Armstrong and A. V. Corry, the bride and bridegroom-elect and their bridesmaids and attendants. The appointments were effective and bright flowers added color tone. Those about the table with hostess and bride and bridegroom-elect were Mrs. C. P. Callahan of Basin, Miss Mary Nolan of Livingston, Miss Redwein of Butte, Dr. R. C. Monahan, Mr. Clarence A. Corry, Mr, J. J, Armstrong, Mr. W. W. Johnson and James H. Rowe, The guests of honor presented the matron of honor and bridesmaids to be with dainty gifts of gold lockets with a mon'ogramn engraved thereon, and to the best man and ushers-to-he with scarf pins set in pearls. Ten Birthdays. little Miss Joanna (;rigg was made happy by Dlr. and 'Mrs. ;trigg inviting a nunlmber of the little lady's friends to cele brate her loth birthday last Saturday. ;ames and drawing contests added much to the pleasure of the little folk and later refreshlments were served. The guests were: Margaret Darch, Normanl l)arch, Mlargaret Weimescary, Raymond Squire. Margaret l)ickson, David Dick son, Paul, l.innie and Gail Passmore, Albert and Willie Osenhurg, Francis Tlurner. Jessie Stevenson, Ethel Steven son, W\ilmet and Mary Berrymatn. Arthur and Maudie WVurick. Esther Dug gan. Margaret and Alice Leonard. Isabel Gilbert, Jack Finnegan, Bliss and Mildred Heine, Elizabeth and Baby Keith, Evelyn MacNevin. Gtladis and Alexander 'hristie, Pual and Earl iHanley. Garrett and l)on ald Fraser, (;Gertrude Ellingwood. IIellenl and Simeon Kemper and Dora Christian. Miss Wilkinson Surprised. Miss Anna W\ilkinson was pleasantly surprised at her home, It Agate street, Monday evening by a few of her young friends. The evening was spent in games and music and at a late hour refreshments were served by Mrs. Wilkinson and her Daughter. Miss Wilkinson. 'hbose in the party were: Misses Mary Murphy, Nellie Kelley, May and Margaret Scully, Annie Hogan., Jennie and Mareella Mooney. Marguerite Murphy. t;ertic Shea, Marguerite Day, ,Mayne ( )'Flynn, Nellie Elliot, Irene Sullivan, 'Maud Anno, lilda Gorwood, Mamie llandly, Annie Slincy, Katie Leary, Anna Wilkinson, Pearl Tctly, )lertha Vancer, Mary Richly, Ella Mcl)on ald and Mlabel Prout: Messrs. Frank and John Foley, Arthur Westgate, Frank Mur phy, Tom Duffy, John Sullivan, Albert Dockstader, Eugene l'horanton, James O'Flynn, Dan Cronin, Joe Earls, Pat Dee gan, Dan Lewis, Bert and Byron Morrison, George Snyder, Dan McMillan, Torn ,ii f MISS LILAH tII21IMAN Of While Sulphur Springs, Who Is the Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walker at the Ftnlen. Davis, . Charlie Holmes, Fred Williams, George Tangy, Will Tobin and Isile Bair, Bohemians and Tomaes., Mr. and 'Mrs. Sam M/. Johnstone de lightfully entertgined a number of newspa per friends at an informal midnight sup pet Monday of this week. The hostess strvted delicious refreshments, among wl:ich was a number of hot tomales, which shre had made under her own supervision. Music and stories added to the pleasure of the guests, among whom were repre selttatives of the Miter. Standard and li ter Mountain. The atffair was given as a c~·nplimteot to Mr. George Long, for mecrly the color artist on the Miner, buint now a residetnt of C'hicago, who is a guest in Ithe city, and those present to enjoy the de..hlitful hospitality of the host anud hos te- intcltded Mr, and iMrs. Jesse Searles, ,l|ss Florence Iloughton, lrs. Isabel Par k"r. Mressrs. A. B. Keith, Ed W. Clark, J. WV. Iilhert, Mr. l)cgleiman, Mr. Fos t-r. Mr. Sikes. Charles ('openharve, John .tNll.urray A . A B. Keith, Jr., euorge Lontg, I',,ad, liushlnoll. Whist. the of the pleasant wlist whi arties of tth' eek was that of Mrs. N. Jubenville, /lIRS. , K E. LrrricCl .I.oGlf. (Of the FIo ,irce. ( 'rite.,nto, ( 'rcle. Tue.lday afternoon. IT'hose invitedtl in cluih'il 'Mrs. (;eorge I)avit. Mrs. Frank Davis. Mrs. W. 1). Mlcllughw, Mrs. J. Jour.. Mrs. A. Hooth, Mrs. A. F. Ilnbiart, rs. Alexander Antlerson, Mrs. 1). J. h;rles. 'Mrs. John ncate, .Mrs. I(lhert .wnting, Mrs. Fred Hnwe, Mrs. S. At t"'. 'Mrs. R. Kemp, \r-. J Ilone,.,rk r.. V. 11. Irish, Mrs. Frank Nlasser, .rI . PIeter lreen, Mrs. John, S cvill, IMrs. t . . ic'e, Mrs. Sol Ituckles. Mrs. Pat trn,,. Mrs. A. II. Jlohnson. Mrs. ( 'elmer. ,jr.t Snow and .Mrs. . ). . Jines. iThse winning prices were Mrs. W. It. $i.,iln.hs and I rs. Amos Booth. Refreshl nents itd music were enjyetd by the 'i he National Fraternal 'nion. ('onnuil Not. i. will give one of its tmost enjoyable eCtl'rtain enlts and catrd partie". 'I'ut'es,;y. (ctuoer 27, at (;oioil 'i e lnplar hall, ein nIteo .n at K:., sharp. Ice ,reail atdil cikc served. Atm.issiht "5 cents. Daughters Meet. At the hoime of Mliss I:sther I'ctlitimon M. nthltay afternoonlli tlh Itatiglit'rs of the Altn ir tict evolltii n hehl i h lth ir tl wt.ing. Alter It" routtinell jbiu.ss was over Ithere" was an ailc paper read, tthe suhject of whic-c was, "rThe I.ouisitana I'lrchase.' ithe paper was prepared by Miss Arnold and rtead by Mrs. |,:. R. Ienisch. IThe discusinr which followed was in tere',titng and mnterlaining. I(efresh enmtls we.re served by the hsk's. Kaffee Klatch. .!rs. Sl G(ntherger entrtained a nlm her of guests We\nesday at her home' iti S uth \\'a;tahliingtn street with a: kltt'e kl:atch. 'lThe retffaehmrnts were drcl.icio; and many called during th .e aft .rno.n t mttt' their friendcs and entjoy a ctlp of tea and the dainties. Day in Mountains. It ,ill se'ti that a few enjoy a mntl taini climb these delightfinl :ntl l d lys. (.ioe sm;all party of genial frieidls' who w ". out on the top of old Divide Smnday c Miss Ilorence Ilamimer, Ihr gu.st i ti:h,iop., Miss It.:s, Ilaunm er. ('ha:rles o,,n, \V. C. Sederline and Mr. lherry, AwIr cliillbing toi the Ih,le lhilih,' was raten a l the return trip was made Ity way of the new road. Church Entertainment. Thl chliltren of the Shortridge ('lis tl;ian church will give an entertaiioment Thoutlay evenilng in the chulrch rooms. Prtiy decorations will add to the plcas ture of the evenitlg. The program will ci :ltin choruses and talleatcus and also tl, :Id instrumelllntal music. Miss Hammer Entertains. SMiss Florence IIllanlier inforlally en. utrl:ined a few freinds at cards Thursday eCvii iin as a conmpinliment to her guest, Miss Jeaunc Blishop of Dillon. FIci face itmassage given bIy an expert fron, Mrs. Nettie Harrison's parlors, San Prancisco,. October a6. 45 47 Owsley 1lk. Progressive Whist. Mfr., and Mrs. S. F. Christie of 745 South Main street invited a few friends in Friday eveviing to enjoy a game of whlist. As it was also the birthday of Mr. ('iristic. congratulationll were adlded and the party beIcame a cclelbration in his liontor. In the cards thtos, winning prizes w.er Mrs. Charles Inruce, Mrs. F. E. Me Clelli:ndl, Mrs. C. W. Wright and F, I. Mci(.cllan. A sumptuous supper was served, after which at gamlle with the "bean hIig" was enjoyedl. 'Ihose winning prizes in this contnest included Mrs. C. WV. Wright and ijoward W\Vambaugh. viteid to assist the lhost and hostess tlebrate the birthday were: Mr. and James Hill, Mr. and Mrs. theorge ilips, Mr. and Mrs; I. i. .Bangs, Mr. Mrs. Iloward Wanltaugih, Mr. antd . Frank McKay, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. F'lllan, Mr. and Mrs. C'lharles Wright, .t and Mrs. S. E. Christie, Mrs. John iCoulter, Mrs. Charles Bruce, Mrs. John young, Mrs, Valentine, Mrs. J. S. I~ong, Miss Louise Metcalf, Miss M. Christie, Messrs. II. W. Wenzel, William Young hald Frank Christie. Cards and Dancing, I.ouise Lodge No. 3, O. D. II. S., ten dered a surprise to Mrs. Katie IHubert at her home, 9a8 Placer street, Wednesday evening. Lunch was served and dancing rg*d singing were enjoyed until a late 'bour. 'Those present were: Mimes. Lena Reck lIEk, Mary Sohueler, Bettie Smith, Lillian Walker, Anna Walker, Mary Ernst, Min nie Knuth, Louisa Hening, Katie Krach, Celia Dallas, Wilhelmlna Stech, Bertha Volker Linda Holgate, Lena Fischer, Katie Hubert, Tillle Knuth, Edith Hennig, Etta and Freda Schueler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kratlen, Messrs. Edward Walker, .'S CHOICEST URS LATEST DESIONS At prices, quality conslderedthat defy competition. Sral Coalts tn.,de to order or in stock fromn IPersian. Otter, HIeaver Jacket, latest style, front $1* ~o tupt I'xtra lin e ('oast Seal Jackeit trm.. $4 ln o up. Fox S'catli in Sablc and Isabella color from S, So ,. I..t% I'ellerinet itn Salle and I ondolla color, erv pracel''i ul iI lilh-. from i .. t p. Mink Searts antd I'rllterint r of aMink, Sable i'Ix, Lytnx, S uirrl' l, ai very attrt tive priccs. Ropalring and Remodeling at Roasonable Rates RAUJ & RICHTER SSuccessols to R. Koonno. Our Number is 211 N. Maiu St., Butte, Mont. Does Your Overcoat NElD REPAIRING OR CLEANING? 'Phone 138. It Will Cost You From $1.00 to $3.00. No More. Or if You Have a suit that needs renovating send It to us. We make a bpeclaltv of Cleaning and Repairing at REASONABLE PRICES UNIQUE TAILORING COMPANY (6S West Broadway . Butte Cards and Pri7es. A carI party was g41 ci Iiv I' tie of Montanila tnl.cil No. ctrl. llKni1l1ht a:ict Iaduic of 1c rt tittlu ',ty. aI ., h1111i 11I .ll. laest F Irida ly - , 11eni 1g. Afthr c.;id pilyin,. lunch I.;. t llwi ;lig pri Ie i .. i ie: l l I -)r1. I Ii ii' . lt Iu i e"\llll .I 1 li IL'Ii \t11:11c 1 It- tisd.t I tlitn I ll ii I t;I lth. \\ltI t IIIh Il , l m11in: 1)t Mars; a onsubstion 111 T c1. (Ati ( t.1lli' 1firs pri e, lcirl 11h 11111, la., 4 ,l, tionll, Iharry Jllct 4. char ing hIiit II l tt- id tit ,I i I tn4 . I itt. H' gave a histlhBy parth y Pin art, .11 ) nor o OIuntol of hlhl' o(ick, l tlruo' ilea l irnt Is 't11 , pIle, nt iltn lu dodill 1. tll i h ; huItIi ho litp" lr tese JeWi,.hu ,tan lohig 1cr olk lit" linh Ai.Ssssi Jp", ti :tid i.s.tit " \ i. ltw, Marian Ihtur him awll liciIh s I.lli., m1n1l i)r. lihg,.lt a:, chaperone. SOCIETY PLRSONAI 9. lM i' ish , i, li sth nd:ll ,tI 11°',4 h1., h,.,n a imitlor in 111thi, ,,u . Matt.. M.,dllh i4 ...|o dmg :. 1.,,l.d1" of weo .., i ll tit- 114 tho t j11 lm 1 1 tht, .Lt°' 1t) a i hntltittig Itip. ,11r. an.) .11r. J. (. f lal;ttnn hla e gon°tt" In )lenver iln a ,ha l Vh ,,it it Irtfr ,t',. \l,1 , .\,n111' FI. I.VL ', nl I1 °ldh1g, Ial. 11ho' 1':,, h ien th,,e gutt t IIi 1 i4 ll, In thi . 1ll), Io. utnt ld il her 41t141 W aiin' d1:1). MJr . I<. I. (linttt1tt, J,7 \\ "t 5 "I 1 u°in.o y, r. 1i .')ttan il lg he i.t" . . I l1. .I. II. I.,lllhl t ;nt'I bet °1 l clla ht h.,ln I'.h I .I'11, It '..w Iav.'b,111 Jit -. to I(h;Itt'l 11.. ga, MRS 1IS'st, 11. ROOT'?, One of Ilnitt's Society F,'uorites Who Ts To Spend the Winter Among Her Folk In Mississippi and Missouri. 'Tenn., on a pleasure trip and to vi-it reie tives. .Mrs. \. W. W\ishon will spend the winter with relativcs in New York and other Eastern J. C. Pyle is home from anll extended sojourn in Arizona. Mrs. J. F. Nolan of I.ivinglon is a (iuest of friends in this city, having come over to attend the Artstrong.Corry weddinlg. Mliss Mary t;,odalce is spending a few days in (;,eat Fall,, but expects to Ieturn, dturitng this week. Mr. all Mlrs, Fred Squlires and on Hay of North Alalbama street, are .pIntUg a cotiple of weeks at lamuilion lit the It.valli hotel. J. 1 1,Suidlan left the city this week for Jacks,,onville, Flu,, where lie expects to spend the winter. R(ev. Mr. (Robblins of Anaconda was a guest of frlinds in this city during several days this past week. Mrs. T, M. M. lavin, who has been the guest of Mrs. W. \V. ('heely in this city the past couple of weeks, left for her home inl Spokatne this miorninlg. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wharton have moved in to town from their summer home in Colum. bia Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. A. (;. Mackenzie of Salt Lake were in town this week on their way home from Easetrn Montana, where they visited relatives and friends. Miss Mary MacLane will be a visitor in this city soon, coming as the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. .. Thayer. Mrs. N. B. Davidson Is entertaining Mrs. Clifford I. Purcell of Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs. M. A, Eagan, in North Main street, have for their guests Miss Edith Decker and Miss Ethel Sturgess of Red Rock, Mont. Sellers Largey has gone on a trip to Omaha, where he intends remaining some time before Miss Cox Art School Oils, Watercolors, Pyrography China Palnting a Specialty EIvening class with I.iving Models ISI Pennsylvania Bl'd'g Mme. Elsa Mac Pherson Concert and Pianiste Teacher lllilllan r a I.a llea i I )t al l ( tilserlv alnry. 'utlil - I I gin*'lI.. , /w iata.lrar, 'l'relagaaul er,o Ill,.( nlallih l l. l h. i N'll aihll : alla lII tlla Jlltk llll -lrt. , l. ltIItl'. Atl ,a( are(allda: 4,11 ''st 'Ih6l1 l sIta., .lsi. ai1 . , ( i mralch week. a.ting ll New \i'ilk , ,in thellll lh r mnitihi i 1itl l I l IIal ly. \I r. :, I 'sills .r i, 'lalh' ahhaining V eI % Itlia (1 s .halmo l ill Iali.n l l at hlr lsoalae ain J.i `'algagll \ ' xa111'g 11Ig 'allaA tIw l. MI r.,l .11n t , J,. \'aa... have ome to I.si An\tgalrls o v-aP11a l era'la;Ll wa kll. Alhi.erl llll%'llm, who aiso re.rId il lhios city ,lllig lilt l.,Isl 1w~ yeara , In1, galell to Hl le halt, ill 1 l.a'la. t land, lg., It , l'a l. 1a l lt winter. i.i , Ig h li , \l. ltih.cil a ig ) .li' ghl'i. a ei'aa Il lltei "\l illll, v ii i,,, r hi'l , Ih. li '.., I aW I al ter. ` ag. lih I1 , l, h . Ia l a fi al., i! , i . 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W. .\1mga,1l Iwin gallr I, IIl'en 'J ltrilday Il r nii ,illl a I a.w dl ayl , ( l lls i ia'lai ., \lIr. flill MI,. Ililtail are a halgi,' aigaia to llwir frielah, il Il. \'n t i hlainat sIrail hglnar, having juallt airftired flbrl iio, I lgllaa, wherea thel y sillill la' ,iillaiau ,i,, :t~aa il iaa ied blly Iliisr dalghter, ali' Emimaa Ialai. llils KathMlal i ia n al.,l fll, ren lled are a visit wilih |iiwi lil (h alni ia. Mr. anr l IS.. C. . Callahanl of liasm are Igl' tol in l the cily. Mhr,. A. SMmllson II h' gIllrst fl Mr l. l"h',hh nle ill A llal aildal. MAr. anlld Mrsi. lDavis wr.'r ii Ihhallna Ilal pastt week atlendilKg thie meitiltg iI the Ohdl IF. Mrs, T. C. Ilrine haa gal arned iroatl IHrlena, whi.re shac slpleatl part lof the week as lIlh giNuest alf frilends. Mias I.Ilh ilfeiliman agnl .1is Ilg archen are the gilelts of alr. ailNI a11 , \\'aller at the lillirl, Mairst. C . (;rimes of (t airm-hill l'iilnty, Ne. vadal, andil niece, a 1iv Floruince rlliache, are visiting Mrs. il;acCarri.k in \\'Wet lralagu Mlrs. 'David Mneiklerjoihin ig, returned froat a visit to lHlensa Ilhia weiek, irs, W. C. Jirnett and Mrs. L. Ul. Jie.rseio of Springfield, Mass.., whol have beets the guests of Mrs. W. II. Nlichlols of (au West MRS. CHARLBiS PASSMORI3, Of the FPlgrnce Crittenton Circle. Park street while on their way to the Pacife coast, left yesterday, Mrs. Alma Ross and baby leave today foe Jerome, Aria., to join her husband, fharlq Ross, who has made a home In that plosp.