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i t ý ý ý' THE LAND OF "PRETTY SOON" I know a land IIhere( the street' are paved \\ith the thing, which we meant to achieve:; It is walled with the money we meant to"ltave t svetd, And the tlhratur, of which we grieve, The kinlld wtis unspokenl, the promies ( Al|i nlmany a e or,ved bolon Are stotil atiay in that lunl someawhere The land of "'rctlly Soon." T'lre e e uncutll jewels of possible fame l.ying ,thott itl the duslt, Atd many a noble and fllty aim ('ovt rid with mold and rlust. A ldl, all! thill place while it seems so near, Ia further away than the mottlon, T th,.ugh nuor ,purpose is fair yet we never get there The laid of "Pretty Soon." Ther ronad that clad.s to that mystic land I tri wn aith piiliful wrecks, And the shiitps that have sailed for its shining Itrand 1i1a1 dk,.ltrns on their decks. It is larther at 1noon thanl it was at dawn, Anl ifuilthir at night than at noon; (Ih. let Its htware of that land down there- Ih lae ll of "P'retty Soon." -Ella W\heler Wilcox. Hardcastle-O'Malley. More than usutal interest was taken in the marriage of Miss Rose .Marie O'Mailey and Mr. Erlnest Atkinson Hardcastle, which occurred Tuesday evening of this week, because of the wide acquaintance of the young couple. The wedding was one of the prettiest affairs of the week and was held in the apartments of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. F. razleton at the Dorothy. Rev. Father Thompson, an old friend of the bridegroom, catte over from Iloullder , to perform the ceremony, and Miss Mar- D garet Van de Walker was bridesaaid, while Dr. T. J. Sullivan attended the bridegroom as best manl f The rooms were decorated with palms, potted plants and flowers, white and green being the color scheme, with a dash of bright shades added by roses, which were used in profusion. A canopy of white and green under which the marriage vows MISS JENNIE TERNAUTII, Who will have charge of the Cigar Booth itt St. Pali's Episcopal chlurclh bazaar. were plighted was one of the pretty con ceits of the decorations and added to the artistic effect. The bride was gowned in white satin chiffon entrain, trimmed with old rose point and carried bride roses. The brides maid wore a gown of cream lace over white silk and carried pink roses. To the strains of l.ohrcngrin's wedding march, played by Mrs. MacPherson, the bridal party took their places under the canopy and the ceremony was performed which united in the marriage bond the lives of those two popular young persons. The bride is the sister of Mrs. J. F. Brazleton of this city, and during the years of residence here has made a host MISS IDA KNEBBONE, Who nill have charge of Lhe Sou.venir Tea Booth in St. Paul'a Episcopal church be. soar, af friends: the bridegroom is a young anan of ability well known for his per sonal integrity and businaess qualifications. 'lhey are the recipients of mtty hand some gifts and, with them into their life ogether, go the congratulations sand good wishes of these ntunllerless friends. A wedtlling supplllr was served the bridal party and itomlindate relatives preset'f. Mr. and Mlrs. Ilardcastle will reside in lelena and will be at home to their friends at the .\ling house after Decetm her .8. St. Paul's Guild Fair. One of the prettiest church fairs of the sentso is ipromised by the women of Sot. 'aul's IEpiscopal church in South litttte. 'The dates set tre the i6th and 17th of Decetmbler, and the fair is for the Ipurlose of raising the rectory debt, $.,6,oo. h-ivery fem-lilnine itienlier of the conlgregationt is busy this week, antd ml:lany of thenm have been for ilonths nlaking knick-knacks. There will lie a nuntlber of booths. In the so'uvenir tea booth Mrs. I'. W\illiams will preside, with Miss Ida Kntehone and Miss (;race Tucker to assist; in the dn nmestic booth will he Mrs. lBeatrice Ketndall, Miss Kate llopkins, Miss L.ila Ivey; in the fancy booth Mrs. \V. C. I'ooley and Miss Beatrice Kendall, with Miss Parker; in the candy booth will be foundt Mrs. (;George A. Dixon, Miss Minnie Keulall andl Miss Grace Myers; the cigar booth MR. ERNEST A HARDCASTLE, Who was married to Miss Rose Mlartl O'Mally, Tuestlday night. will be in charge of Miss Jennie 'l'ernouth; Miss Laura Ivey anld Miss Anna Iiixon will look after the lisli pond. Mrs. Iliramn llenderson will act as treasurer of the fair. The fair will he under the auspices of St. Pautl's guild 1and1 the meminers and offi cers have worked incessantly to nmake this fair one of the biggest things the church has ever given in the city. In the guildl are the following lmembelrs: Rev. i. 11. Gihble, honorary presidlent; Mr . A. IMeyers, presitdent; Mrs. E1. \\illiams, vice presilent; Mrs. lcatrice Kclendall, treas urer; Mrs. WV. C. Pooley, secretary; .Mes dames George A. Dixon, Ilir:n I llender son, Joseph Ivey, James Kiuccione, It. I). Angove, Thomas Rosser, T. Edwards, J. Fitzmtaurice, Davidl L. Davies, I. Anildr son, John Smith, R. WVilliams, J. 11. Gib ble, John Sephton and the Misses Kate Hopkins, L.u W\illi.uns, l.izzie Smith. An nie Mickel, Mabel 'I'eriouth, May Ilop kins, Sarah Tholmpsoni, IBlatnche iNanker vies. Ethel McKenzie, Margaret Rol,bins, Nellie Osborne. It is the inltention of those whto are in charge of the fair to add a nulllmber of novelties hllicli will add to the entertain 11eitit of those who ant(ittl. There will also bIe a lunch booth. wliherein the hungry may apptease tile appelLtite and chat with the pretty maidlens and lhandsomle Imatrolns who are to lie in attendance. The fair will be theld in the crypt of the church and all are cordially invited to call during the day anld evening of next Wednesday and Thursday. 'Mrs. D. J. Hennessy, Hostess. It would be difficult to imagitne a piret tier scene than the flower ellbowered home of Mr. and Mrs. 1). J. llennessy Thursday afternoon, at which time Mrs. Hiennessy held a reception to which somle 300 guests were Invited to attentl. Mrs. Hlenlnessy and the coterie of beautifully gowned womlen who received with her made a most charming picture. The rooms were elaborately decorated for the occasion. A shower bouquet of red carnations occupied the center of the dining table, with a plat of asparagus vine and smilax on which to rest. The parlors, reception hall and stair. way were beautiful In the profusion of bright flowers and trailing vines. lIehind a bank of palms an orohestra discoursed sweet mnusic during the reception. The assisting ladies were Mrs. W. W. Twohy, Mrs. I. D. Freund, Mrs. W. L. Renick, Mrs. J. M. White, Mrs. Thomas Lavelle, Mrs. James Berry and Mrs. Fred Sully. Ofliciating at the punch bowl were Mrs. John I). Ryan and Miss Goodale. Those assisting in serving refreshments were Miss Annie Lowry, Miss Hattie Young, Miss Helen Pfouts, Miss Mollie Walker, Miss Alice Lowry, Miss Mae Pfouts, Miss Cora Sanders, Miss Hattie Sanders. Many beautiful gowns were worn by those receiving with the hostess and the young girls were charmilng amidst the flowers and beauty of the decorations. The invitation list included AMrs. Sharpe, Mrs. Pfouts, Mrs. F. T.T. McBride, Mrs. J. C. Sullivan, Mrs. W. M. 'Tuoly, Mrs. J. J. Mc HIatton, Mrs. J. It. VWellcome, Mrs. J. K. Ileslet, Mrs. T. M. Lowry, Mrs. J. IB. Leggat, Mlrs. J. S. Hlarris, Mrs. John W. Cotter, AMrs. Walker, Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs. Rockwood, Mirs. J. L, 'Temlpleman, Mrs. (). Itight, Mrs. W. J. Christie, Mrs. Emnma Rowlands, Mrs. J. WV. Thomas, Mirs. Sam Johnstone, Mrs. T. M. Ilodgens, Mrs. J. II. Vivian, Mrs. Frank Boucher, Mrs. J. S. HIammond, Mrs. \V. C. Dierks, Mrs. J. F. Weimescary, Mrs. Shores, Mrs. J. T. Finlen, Mrs. E. WV. Shively, Mrs. MacPherson, Miss Harte, Mrs. Samuel Coup, Mrs. lobbs, Mrs. Bollard, Mrs. Cornelius F. Kelly, Mrs. Myles White, Miss Shirley, Mrs. E. D. Leavitt, Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Blair, Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs. Donald Campbell, Mrs. F. W. McCrimmon, Mrs. C. H. Hand, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. M. V. Conroy, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. A. T. Morgan, Mrs. Epping, Mrs, H. O, Wilson, Mrs. J. D. Ryan, Mrs. Winchell, Mrs. II. V. Winchell, Mrs. Rosenthal, Mrs. W. D. Fenner, Mrs. W. A. Smith, Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. W. L. Renick, Mrs. E. C. Atwater, Mrs. e C,. P. Drennan, Mrs. S. C. Blackiston, Mrs. d John Noyes, Mrs. C, J. Schatalein, Mrs. J. 5. i)If tun llir, \Irs. II. II. -1111 ·n1.~ n, W I A .'l tonl, \lr., J. It, Ilaip1rr, Mr,. Wr . It. Slicer, Mrs. 3. It. K r'emer, .\I . (. W. 'lower, AIIwt lIfit f, \IFi. I? a P ild It, I k l, Irv. Patrickc Nir.11 11 4 MI A. ((rIf. r I. y,'h I)hA, M. ( lirelun, IIrikir o \ r . 'If' nt ,,I, .\. ,I. 'If l tli , AIra. I~rn4n(IT*l. \I r,. 1. 11. \liol ·11r,, rl ·. A. W . Ilv id it \f I . titilty\Ir. . . (h if rc', flIr,, Mci " Iia.. \Iv J' ~fc t. I' . Ita~o . Mct. Jioin '1ifr, I I ". F i i i ef, I i r.. I \ . J tiircy nIf. . . I 'Rit'E fir d, Ir. I. Itr Ifutle, Ifr. M y'it - ,li tig 'if It. nii , PIrn. rl Mry, 'If kr , Al I-,. i la I t.. , Ii s. It it( i.' S I~i.."Iy ' if 1-.. i ,'if,'n, AIi r,. ( Inic'. lr Ifiw iin, eatmi tt, f \ I r v r.. I A ,rr, ,Ir. ' ,,I (ms. M N.. P Air. A . If .i I'frz un .\Is .'I ,In. . I -itintr , ' ctrq, AIfi.' W hi ite. \ fii. 'Ii.: II. fle, i riic , 1;1 Si'..itsnin', Mrs i.t. (l ftii~ iir, Jtiter, J !. . Mc. A'~eIRMs. FR.S I. 'IriARDCMr. 1ST!.!?, )?orv.mciar/y M tissRs MitiicOa lly, who.Lui Sn was A.11 aIc rried, Mhis \ni't'er hie W. Turner, AMrs. Samuel Ilarker, Mlrs. II. W. Symons, lis Pl'cttilmne, Mlr. Mordant, Mrs. (uinn, Mrs. Flood, Mrs, J. C. Adams, Miss .alli Conlnl AMlis Kirkpatrick, .Miss Agnes D)oty, Miss Katherinle Runan. Miss Lucille D)ore, Miss Attie Ilirdstye. Miss Ida Ken nedy, Mlis. Edith llickfolrd, Miss Frances L.cevitt, Mlises Sa.rlders, lMiss Nell Iloyd, Misses Rln-.,l, Mlis es Reinhardt, 1liss Nellic liiles, lMiss Site Ilal, win . Miss Ncltic Stras burger, Misses l'ftlts, Miss Malige MNarl , Misses HIorgan, Miss - l attie itung. Miss Anne Lu.ry, I1it Allie Iowry. Mi-. liliton Itas, IMiss Muillie W\allr , Miss .Margaret Illackiston, Miss Ilhesie Skyrme, Miis Mct'ar thy, \lissa aymte )riscell, Mi.s Jean Sullivan Mrs.. In tes hIarry, . . . ie, 11. \ ite, .Mrs. Sully, Mrs. Ctharles I. KXley, Miss Rllman, Ali i Sarepta Sandelrs ad Mli I)ai-y tl)vtu ,unt Needlework Guild. At the imecting of the aetdlework guild in the hiome f MIrs. Frank S. NMitchell, MR. WILLIAM R. MEACIH, A popular railroadman of this city during the last eight years who has gone to reside in Los Angeles, Cal. Tuesday afternoon, officers for the ensu ing year were elected. The past presi dent, Mrs. Clinton H. Moore, was made honorary president; Mrs. A. H. Jones was elected president; Mrs. J. M. White was re-elected secretary; Mrs. J. M. Ham mend was re-elected treasurer; Mrs. John Noyes, Mrs. F. S. Mitchell and Mrs. Adolph Sultan were elected members of the executive board. The reports of the officers proved the guild to be in a flourish ing condition and the members were elated over the success of the work during the past year. After the adjournment of the meeting Mrs. A. S. Christie, who was present, called the board of trustees of the Patti Clark home together to arrange for thd Christmas tree. After a short sesslon light rerefreshments were served ad a fosi minutes spent socially. Birthday Party. Miss Katie Fries celebrated her birthday Tuesday evening at her home, ros Pine street, in Silver Bow park. Games sai.d music added to the pleasure of the guests, who included: Miss Helen Hummel, Lis zie Yager, Lizzie Scholz, Lulu Pater, Lille C. Kaukonlia, Mary and Stasia Kavren, Master Frank and John Fries, Eddie Scholz, Joe Scholz, Eddie Yegoer Mike and Joe Kavren, Misses Effie Frie. Mary Scholz and Katie Decker. Mrei Fries was assisted by Mrs. Henmmel, MrMC Pater, Mrs. Yager and Mrs. Schols. Dolls and Aprons. There are a few women in this world who always seem to know Just the right place for everything. This Is especially true of those who are in charge of the doll and apron sale which takes place next Tuesday afternoon and evening in the Ley son jewelry store, in North Main st1e.We Mrs. Harry Charles, Mrs. A. M. McBride, Mrs. Bratton and Mrs. Shalen will have charge of the departments, and have spared no effort in procuring the prettiest possible articles for this sale. There will be all kinds of dolls from S cents to any price one wants to name. Some of these dolls arc beauties, and are dressed in the latest fashion. 'Then the aprons will add pleasure to the most fastidious and they are made of every grade of material pos 'ible. I)tririg the afternoon from ta to a:3o hlrch will Ire served, but after 3 o'clock a hot dinner will ie provided under the .harge of Mrs. Bratton. Scandr,,avian Cantata. An entertainmrent given next Tuesday night under the auspices of the Scandina Siani church of this city will be held in the .Mountain View M. E. church, and those taking part will be from Sweden and Norway although the singing will be in the English language. The cantata, "A Visit to Grandpa," is especially adapted to the coming of Christ tnns. The chorus will consist of 40 chil Irenl's voices, ald has breen utnder the care ful training of Prof. (;rillith HIughes. Fol lowinr g are the characters: ;rarlpa ........................... M . E. Gilbert Grandina ........................ irss Al . Peters S-hinry E:ye........................Anlnie Northy Ieat y ............................. M a tie Hl anson ut hiit. c............................. Alto .Stewart I i ............................. W innie Jones I trtkl ............................ Icdwell ansen ( h:lnticl ver .............. ......... Clinton ansen l'rnsy............................ ... annie H Iln en llnte Hel ..........................Jenny Dunkle Sunrflonwer .......................... Annie Northy Sweet \\'liam ....................... Annie Rich R,,e......... ........................ lE: ttle Kerney \I arlnerite ......................... Ruth H ansen ur ' l,k ................. ...................race Noble s\lrning (;lory ................... Helen Kemper 'l ouch-.MeNle.Knt ................I.embic Erickson Iaisy ................................ )pal Kerney lora ...............................HIIelen Kerney I)ollice............................. ..Nora ansen ;rtler................ ................. Imirrna Rich ),ora ........................... Jenny Erickson .\yrtle ............................... ..Ruth ()m en l:inna............................. Fanny I ernmon I(alph .............................. David Evans .rthur ................................. E. Il ooper )ontld ................................. i. Kemper Atcompsmis.t ..................... D is C. Iltansen Cornet As.t't,.ta.nt...... ............... . . lradlurd Society Notes. The Breth Art cuin was entertained In the home of Mrs. C. E. NMiller in the Ileine flats in South Montana street, Mon day afternoon. The Ladies' Aid socicty of the South Butte Presbyterian church are pleased over th4e result of the bazaar sale which has ieen going on ini their parish tldring the p:ast few days. 'l'hose who were active in the razaar included NMrs. R. W. Charl ton, Mrs. Futller, IMrIs. ollers, Mrs. :Fhunertont , M\rs. I)odd and .Mrs. lie .Mars. The chihlren also aided in making it a Th'le W\edneslday Even'iti, Reading clubl met at the home of the .Misses Reinhart, 70. \\'est ranite street, rut orwirng to the holiday season ti.ing so close at hand the Imtle.err s decided nlot to meet again until the first Wedrnesdlay after New \'ear's day. Miss Shirley read a delightful story of MISS MI.NA'IE KENVD..ILL, Onio f Irth pretty girls who reill help icn th ('auntdy lBroth in St. Paulr's Episcopal iun's/l' ir,.'irrr-r. Kentucky life called "Abner Stone." The meeting closed with the serving of re fre-hments and a few minutes devoted to pleasant chat. M.rs. Mary lBusch opened her pretty hotme to the members of the Guild of St. olhn's I:piscopal church, Tuesday, for the regular Christmas sale of fancy work pre pared by the fingers of the members. 'l'here were so many dainty, beautiful and useful articles that those calling could not resist a few purchases, with the result there were few left unsold. Light refresh. mncnts were added to the list of attractions :Il enjoyed during the afternoon and cvenling. The Oro y Plata Dancing club will give a dance Tuesday night in Renshaw hall. The German club was entertained this afternoon by Mrs. W. O. Speer in the Princeton. The Missionary society of the Christian church will give an afternoon tea this coming Tuesday in the home of Mrs. C. P. Brinton, 322 South Jackson street. The hours will be from 2:3o to 4:30o . m. A dance will be given next Wednesday night in Elite hall by the Philodoni club. The "Strollers" were entertained in the hotnme of Miss Mamie Driscoll last night. 'This was not their usual meeting night, but as the club will not meet again until after the holidays, the members decided to mteet late in the week. The evening was spent with cards and music and passed away pleasantly. SOCIETY PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poindexter were visitors in this city from Dillon during the week. Roger Q. Knox was over from Revenue MISS GRACB MYERS, Of St. Paul's Episcopal church and who will aid is the Candy Booth during tme bazaar. a couple of days as the guest of friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Graham departed for ____ · Mitt Lila kvey, wuho wall be In sh# Domestic Booth, and Miss Laura Ivey, wuho will assit aD She rishpoad at St. Pald aEpiscopal church baaaar. .... y ... . ... IT , . D ` lij i ``ý"`yý, ý ,ýý . ·ý,! ý, `Vy ' r4 MissLilaIvey wh wil be n te Doesti Booh, nd Mss LuraI ey whowil asis a te ispod t t.Puls picoalchrc bsar Los Angeles Monday and will remain there during the winter. Mr. John N. Kirk has gone to Seattle and Southern Alaska on a trip and will be absent from the city about two months. Mrs. M. E. Rowe left the city today for New York where she will visit among rela tives a couple of months. Mrs. Louis (;crnier and children have gone to Zacatecas, Mexico, to make their future home. Mrs. Lawler, who has been the guest of Mrs. Jerry Mullins, returned to her home in Bald Butte, Tuesday. Mrs. Edward Arganbright and Mrs. l)avid McNamara are on their way to San Francisco where they will visit among rela tives and friends two or three months. Mrs. P. A .Regan has gone to Texas where she will spend the winter with rela tives. Paul A. Fusz of Philipsburg was a guest of friends in this city a few days during the week. J. l.owenthal and W. A. Ridgeway left the city Wednesday for California. Mrs. Pierce has returned from a trip through the state. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mecch are prepar ing to leave for ].os Angeles where they will reside in future. QMrs. Julian Smith and daughter, Miss Bertha Smith, of Rochester, have been guests in this city daring the past week. Jack McLane as c pected home to spend the Christmas holidays with his folks. He has been away on a cruise as he is a mem ber of the United States geodetic survey and has been sailing along the coast of Alaska during the last year or so. His MISS TUCKER, Who will assist in the Tea Booth in St. Paul's Episcopal church bazaar. many friends will be glad to know that he is to spend Christmas here. Edward Horgan is the guest of friends in Denver this week. Miss E. H. Rosenstein returned to her MONDAY NEXT SILVERWARE At Half Factory Value Just a starting point of the bargain surprises we have in store for you. You never saw the like be fore, probably never will again. The goods are T now displayed in our window. We warrant each piece to be full quadruple plate. We have no ex cuses to offer for the littleness of the prices, they are our affair. See the goods and you will admit that the quality calls for no apology. 50 Smokers Sets 25 Berry Bowls 4 Pieces. Plated frames. Factory value, $S.oo. Factory value, $3.50. Sale Price $1.00 Sale Price $1.60 12 sake Baskets 12 Sugar & Creams Beautiful, $5.oo a Pieces. Factory values. Factory value, $6.oo. Sale Price $2.20 Sale Price $3.00 15 Coffee Sets 25 Tea Sets 3 Pieces. 5 Pieces. Factory value, $9.oo. Factory value, $.o. Sale Price $4.50 Sale Price $10.00 h Tuttle Jewelry Co. Sign otr et heI i 125 North Main Street home in New York this week after spend ing several months in this city as the guest of her sister; Mrs. J. Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Shores spent a couple of days in Anaconda this week. Miss Louise Horgan accompanied Mrs. (Continued on Page Fifteen.) Ime. Elsa MacPherson Concert and Pianiste Teacher Diplomee Leipzig Royal Conservatory. Pupil of Reinecke, Zwintacher, Tetchmul. ler, Bloonfield.Zeisler. Studio: sos horth Jackson street, Butte. At Anaconda: 4os West Third street, Saturdays of each week. M'LLE FRANCES HARTE (Late of New York.) Soprano Soloist, First I'resbyterian Church, Butte. Teacher of Singing, Pose, Technique, Style, Repertoire, Opera Concert. Studio: sos North Jackson street, Butte. At Anaconda, 403 West Third street, Tuesdays and Fridays. Minneapolis St. Paul Chicago The shortline between these three large cities is The route of the famous North Western Limited ",The Train for Comfort" Every night In the year. Before starting on a trip-no matter where-write for interesting information about comfortable travy eling. E. A. GRAY. General Agent, Helena, Mont. W. M. ENRIGHT, Traveling Agent, Helena, Mont. T. W. TEASDALB General Passenger Agent St. Paul,Minn.