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CLAH CLUBS CONG E G AlTEl
of the Greatest of, all Card Game, I Various People EHutertsln a Few Friends in a Qttle ,and In formal Way. The Wpodmen's Ball and the Meeeas Club Draw r.er* rowds-Personal ad General Mietein. Soolely In Helena this week has not been all that its ardent devotees could wish, but it may be, possibly, that it is resting upon former laurels end girding up lie strenlth anew for the Thanksgiving festivites, and later for the joys of the holidays. That it has not sunk into a state of entire inoes eso deepetude, however, is proven by the entertainment of a few qulet, but none the less enjoyable eard parties. Perhape "par ties" is teo eomprehensive a term', They are irather little gathervil!g where a few meet for the study bf Jole, Hoyle or Cav endish, and who have so mastered the prineiples of top greateet of all games that they have reduced their playing almost to a sesnes. ,eAmong ther mollt lterestil of these igtherlhlag is ''he "Ladles' Whist elb." This orggnfae.isn meset every Frldly. iiere are silepen members, ancdiwhen any one il absent a guest is invited is her place. The regularity of their meetings, like that of any buatess, is one guarantee of its eno sees, and these ladies certainly deserve the seoeess which they evidently are seoring. This week the elub was entertained at the residence of Mrs. Treeoy. Those present were: Mesdamss Treacy. Carter, Carson, Tracy, Cory, Cope, Johnson, Esler, Perkins, Curtin, Babsoek, Davis, Kleinsohmidlt Chadwlek, Larsen, and Mrs. Harrah and Mrs. T. Martin as guests. The first prime, a silver herry fork of exquisite desilg, was won by Mrs. Joe Davis. who has also the honor of making the greatest score as yet of the season, her record Friday being fifty points. The second prize was secured by Mrs. Cope, and was a pretty sllver pin tray. Delleate refreshments of lee cream, esake and sofee were served and the ladies ad journed to meet next week at the residence of Mrs. Davis. Another charmlng little gathering of the same nature was held at the residence of Mrs. Will Jenes Monday evening. Those present were: Messrs. and Mesdames Will Jones, A. F. Foote, Math- Mrs. Eckels. Miss Barbour, Miss Hedges; Messrs. Pearls. Haekbush and BSuphen. Still another number were pleanantly en terteained by Mrs. La Belle Wednesday evening, and the same game studied. ie freshments and conversation followed be fore the guests departed. They were: Mr. and Mrs. mnith, Mrs. Cassidy; Miesls Brady, Fox and McCormick; Messrs. R. U. Purcell. George Byrne, J. M. Morisrity and J. J. Clark. Besides those aborve mentioned, there have been numerous smaller gatherings of two or four, and in so many places that it seems to have swept like a wave ever the en tire town. If Mr. COven.ish should return hither now, he might And many more play ers woe thy of his metal than he found last summer. The interest of the high sehool pupils in their debating society continues with un abated interest, and whenever the meetings are open ones the parents and friends show their appreciation of these efforts by their continned presence and interested atten tion. PROGRAMML. Instrumental due ............L..Iong, Long Ago Edna oute and Vida Button. Selection................... A .arewell to Agassiz M de Magrnea Intrumental duet....... Ihe Carnival of Venice A. iarated and b. Leh.ran. Selection.............. .Helping a Poetes lti Kitrty Evens. Recitation .......' he Man Who Bets Folks Blight George liob,unen. Accordion solo ............. My Nellie's Blue E.se Abe Silverman. Debate-Is Ignorance Productive of Crime? ABlriuative-Asa Fisk, Adele Talge; negative-Percy Train, Edith Bickell. The judges decided in favor of the nega tive. Prof. Templeton's leetare before the' Unity olub last Tuesday was listened to by a large and appreeiative audience. The subject, "Viesor Hugo." gave an opportun ity for much historical research, besides a review of the contributions which this master mind ave to tohe world of letters. The spirit animating this wonderful man is graphioally displayed in all his writings. and the speaker did not fail to bring out this strength in his line descriptions and vivid word painting. The president of the club has appointe i the following commit tees: Membership, Miss Getz. Mrs. Avery, Miss Ilma Kleinsohmidt, Mr. Penwell; proarrmmse Messla. Russell, Blckford and Fieteher. Miss Getz is again the secretary and treasurer. The frst meeting will be held at the residence of Mrs. Stedmnan, Tuesday evenlag, Dec. 8. for the purpose of organizing and laying out a plan of work. The Woodman's party, which took place lest Tuesday in the A. O. U. W. hall. was pronnnoued a very enjoyable affair. Dame ins was not only the amusement indulged In, as various tables of whist were also formed for those who wished it. The re freshments were everything that was de sired and the whole evening was one of pleasant remembfrance. ' hose prosent wert: Mesdames Baker, Pickett, Paldel lien. Votaw, Eidell, Zietz, Keilnauer. King, Kolb, Phillips, Carley; Misses Hunter, Lindener. Gibson; Messers. Baker, Pickett, Pardellian, Votaw. Eidei). Keiihaue . King, Kolb, Phillips, Eslok., Moo e. lRedpath, Johnson. Harvey. Cook. tosm, Weber, Mc Donald, F. and A. Appman, Majors, De Noltle, Walk, Carley, Harris and Hazelton. The Meosa club, which celebrated its third entertainment last Thursday evehing, has become so popular that its membership has increased far beyond what its projectors at first anticipated, and it is now one of the beet attended as well as one of the most popular olabs of the city. These present at the last meeting were: Messrs. and Mes dames Hindeon, Evans, Pickett, Fortman. Stnrrook. Fallon, Heckler, Font, itadler, Witmer, Pardillian, Grimes, Batty, Flah erty, Bingham, L. B. Idmith, Hepner, Waite, Marshmearo, Bryant, Bausch, Hartwig, Bbhears, Meadows, Beck. Boyden, Mrs. Al brecht; Misses Bellie, While, Dolliver, Bry ant, Preston; Messrs. Cornish, Holroyd. Pier os, John and James Glass, Noelan, Miller. Turner, Thurber, McGaughey. The marriage ef B. J. Berger to Mrs. Marguerite Miner, occurred Nov. 22 at the home of the bride, 88 'ark avenue, at 8:30 p. m., by the Rev. Wesleyr ill, followed by a nise supper and reception which all en oyed. Among the invited guests were: Messra. and Mesdames Fred Ganer, Kiel. Priest. Beech, Neweomer, Lyman Brown; Misses Mary and Margie Daly, Mrs. Dickens and daughter, Mrs. Matheson, Mrs. Watots; J. (C Major. The preseatewere very handsome and every one had an en joyable time. The bridegroom is a reatan rant man of this oity and the bride has lived in Helena for the last fifteen years. Personal and General. C. G. Grifllth has returned from a visit to St. Paul. Walter Kilung returned last week from an eastern trip. Mrs. Abrahameeon and two daughters have etor sed houe after an extended ast ra visit, ,, d. I! rwN and wife, of thotea. wree in he o|ly last Friday. 'Ush itellfenrath tetareed fes a visit to Boulide, last Friday. . Beonnestt left last week to Jot a petaty of busters at Wolf orook, Mrs. Hunter viited friends ln Missoual a couple of days this waek. Mrs. . Franklin, of Clarke street. Is visiting in Btate ship w re. w Mre. Burley goes to t. Paul this week, -or a visit with her parents. *Mi Ella Caoner lest for Batte Thursday eveanli on a visit to friends. Misse Maed Murray leaves this weeak at. irday for Chioago and the eas. Hon. E. C. Day, of Livingston, was in the oily Tuesday and Wednesday. J. P. Porter, a former resident of Helena. but noew of Denver, ie in the city. Howard Babeock has returned from a three months' trip to New York and Chioago. Mrs. M. Lewis and Mise 8teinmets re trned from a trip to ChlosRo last week. The nest meeting of the Minuette club will not ooear this week, but nesz week, )eo. 8. Jamee King, who has been seriously ill selue his return from the ease, is rapidly reeovering. Hon. L. H, Hershdeld, of the Merehants National bank, returned Thursday from an eastern trip. Miss Tewers has accepted a position in the assay offce, to do typewriting and other olerisl work., Hon. W. M. Blokfo.d,, commiselener for Montana at the World'e fair, was in the oity last week. I. F. haunon returned from a trio to Portland Wednesday, and went to Botte the followlng day. The engagement is announced of ilip Josep bine Hrrmann and J. F. Mercer, o Waebiagton, D. 0. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lebklaker and family left Tuesday for a visit to Cedar Falls, Ia., for a eoaple of months. Mrs. Buallard. with her dsagheer Clara and her son Gilman, returned last week from a trip to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Barbour are domiciled at Mrs. Ashby's for the winter. Misl Kingsley, the former proprietor of 'the milline y store, leto Helena for Peaa sylvania last Wednesday. Judge BLake was abeent last week to Vir alain City on legal business. He expects to retur shabout next Wednesday. Mrs. Powell, of Missoula, a member of thbe "Treble Cleft clab," is vsiting in the city, the aueet of Mrs. Haight. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Mason and daughter and M . and Ms. J. E. Havens, of Eldor ado Bar, are in the oity this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frets have moved from their rooms on Broadway to a sults of apartments in the Diamond bloek. The ladies of the Presbyterian ehurch announce that they will give an oyster sup. per and sale of faney articles Des. 14. Tuesday evenlnog Mr. Crooker will leo. tare upon Emerson, before the Fortnightiv club, at the residence of Judge Hedges. Miss Pearl Davenport, who has beer making an extended visit in Chicago and t. Paul, returned home last week atnr-. day. J. G. Ramsay, secretary of the state board of World's fair commlssioners, re turned to Helena from Chicago las t Mon day. Dr. Maria Dean, who has been east tak ing a sourse in surgery at the Johns Hop kins university, returned to Helena last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ford, of Everett, Wash., who have been visiting Mrs. Johnson, of Harrison avenue, returned home laes Sat urday. W. J. Hartwig and family have returned from an extended eastern trip. in which they visited various eastern cities and took in the fair. Mr. Carnoehan, who was called east last week because of the severe illness of his mother, writes that she is better and that he expeete to return soon. The millinery establishment of Miss Cram, which was in the Denver blook, has been removed to Main street, in the place formerly oceupied by the Bazar. Judge DeWitt and T. H. Klelnsehmidt returned Thursday from a hunting expedi tion, having been successful enough to get two deer. besides numerous small game. Mr. iehoppe, who is much worn by the reoent illness and death in his family, has gone to the Paoifie ooost for a few days rest. Hewill return and eoupy his pulplt next Sunday. Miss Dollie Dean, who has been making an extensive visit in Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota, returned to Helena yesterday. She will visit her sister, Mrs. Green, for a time and then go to her home in lownsend. The ladies musicale met again at Mrs. Langley's Wednesday afternoon and con tinued their interesting studies. It was agreed to postpone the fellowing meeting until after Thanksgiving week, so the next meeting will take place Wednesday, Dee. 6. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. SwiggetS, and son Sam, of Kalispell, who have been visiting for six weeks their paenuts, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Swiggett, left for home this week, much to the regret of many friends they made while in Helena. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilson and Master Douglas are sojourning at the Grandon hotel, previous to Mrs. Wilson's departure for the south. She expects to go in the early part of this week. Quite a numter of her boarders have gone to the Grandon for meals, including Mr. French, Mr. Conley, Miss Gothrie and others. 'lhe elegant private car which has been in the yords for a few days was finally utilized by Thomas Cruse, Tuesday, when he left for California, accompanied by Dr. Treaoy, Miss Cruse, Miss Miriam Cruse and a nurse. Mr. Co ase expects to spend the winter in Calfornia,, and has the wish of his friends for a complete restoratien to health. Albert Frank an4 Miss Annie L. Smith were married at Wlokes Tuesday evening, Nov. 21, in the p esance of a ftow intimate friends, by Rev. W. iolin,. of Bette. Soon after the ceremony the happy couple came to this lity and are at home at 680 State street. Mr. and Mrs. Frank have many friends in Helena. all of whom extend hearty conugraulatione. The first skating of the season was joy fally indulged In Friday evening, by a party eof young people at the Broadwater. At first only a small number went out, but the eeeasion was too good to miss, and they were soon joined by a largo crowd of othe people, and all report a jolly time. The toe was swept of snow. and the evening being neither too warm no cold, was uele brated by these merrymakers in the most approeved fashion. The engagement is announced of Miss Katherine Imogene Jilsoakstone, daughter I of Mrs. Mary I. Bleakstone, of 510 Law rence street, to James H. Gilpatrlok, of 604 Dearborn avenue. The wedding will take place during the holidays. Both parties are well known he a, Miss Blacketone hav ing been a resident of Helena lor a nnmber of years, and the prospective groom having been born sand brought up in Itelens. The ladies who prepare their own thanks giving ~unners wil be glad to learn that the King's Daughters of the Presbyterian chureh have made a large quantity of fancy desserts consisting of apple and mine pius, oakes and plum puddings, which they will sell on Wednesday afternoon rnd evening. The excellence of everything the young ladies make is too well known to need recommendation. They hope at this happy season the oaase of charity they have em braced will not be forgotten by the people of Helena, and that they may have a gener ous share of their patronage. a.et black seamless hose for ladies at The Bfee Hive this week 15u. To Chicago. Via Balt Lake, Garfeld Beach and Den ver, Bioun City,. Omaha or Kansas City. I The Worldl's pintorial line. Elegant Pull man equipment, diners, ehair cars and tourist sleepers. Reduced rates sad fast time. Call on or address 18 North Main street, 'Helesf. Mont. HL O. WasoN. Freight and Paesleger Agent, Helen.e t Mont. E. L. Loux, G. P. and T. A., Omaha i Neb. TiUD WIB l TRAyVELER ln I.eleetlg M Railroad metlo, 1ol5e the Read That afords excellent and most onfort ible faoilitb--e-The Milwaskee." That traverses a delightfnl nad pletW seque portion of the oouatry-"- h Mtl weakee." That ha-sand merit--the reputatsio of strength and reliablitr-"The Milwenk..", That enjoys popularity sand it starmped with pblile approval--'The Milwaukee.' That hba a sbstantial roadbed and most Ireqaut train servloe-"'"Th Mlwanke." Tadt regards, always, the omfort, ease sad afety of its patron--"TheL Milws hkee." 'Ih at farnishes the latest private som partment oars sand latest library.bulet smoking cars-"The Milwaukee." 'That furnishes elegant drawing room parlor ears, free reellalnu chair carse and sumptoose dining oars-"The Milwaukee." That has ezxeisive use of the eleetril berth reading lamp-"Tho Milwaukee." "The Milwaukee" sombines all the above and more, too. ets trains are vestibuled, beated by steam. electrio lightedannd un surpassed in luxurious appointments. The immortal Lincoln said: "Follow the people and yon cannot be far from right." The people use "The Milwaukee." J. ', CoxaTr, Aast. Gen. aiss. Act. H.. Paul, Mina. Noaz.-Five trains daily from Twin Oit. les to Chicago; one to it. Louis and one to Kansas City. Go to The Bee Hive for special bargain in all kinds of hosiery. V ath The 13o Hive ad this week for special A Comtertable Route. Tralas Ieave Helena dally at 12:35 p. m. tor Seattle and Paget sound point. Spo kane. St. Paul, Mindeapolls and St. Louis Chicago and the epst, also for points in Minansota and the Dakotas. Buffet cars oontaining bath room, barber shop, easy chairs, observation windows. library, writing and oard tables, smoking rooms, ete, are run in connection with psl ace dining and sleeping cars, first-class coaches and tourist sleeping cars. Direct connections are made at Wenatohee with steamers for Lake Chelan and the Okano gla country; at Newport for points on the Pend d'Oroietle river; at Bonner's Ferry with steamers for Kaslo, Ainsworth. Nel son and other points in the Kootenlai min ing distriot; at Jennings with steamer for Fort Steele. Crosses the Cascade and Hooky mountains in daylight. Beautiful scenery and a road free from dust. ''raia for Wickes Boulder and Batte leaves Helena daily except Sunday at 8:80 a. n. Connection is made at Butte for all points on the Union Pasifoi system. Through train from the east leaves Helena daily at 5:25 p. m. for Butte. For information or publications apply to any agent of this company or B. H. LANGLEY. General Ticket Agent. Helenas, Mont. Large Turkish bath towels at The Bee Hive this week for 15c. Holiday goods are being received and opened daily at The bee Hive. Union Paetilo System. Following rates now in effect via the World's Pletoral line. Gateways to the east,'iono City, Omaha, or Kansas City. FROM RXLENA, MONT.. TO lt Class. 2d Class. Chiearo ................. $i650 $...... St. Louis................. 82 50 Missouri river points.... 25 00 Portland. Ore............ 25 00 18 00 San Fran elso (via Ogden or Portland)........... 45 00 33 00 Diners, Pullman palace and ton ist sleepers. Free reelining chairs. The only line to 2alt Lake and Denver. Further in formation on be seooned by calling on or addressing N. 28 North Main street. Rel eas. Mont. H. O. WeusoN, E. L. LoeAx, Freight . Pass. Agt. G. P. & T. A., Omaha, Neab. Those storm serge dress patterns at The Bee Hive tiris week at 1.75 are called bargains at other stores at $5. DO YOU EAT MEAT? Then Read These Prices FOR CASH ONLY 10c Pound For Prime Roasts of Beef. 15c Pound For Porterhouse Steak. 12,c Pound For Sirloin Steak. 8c Pound For Plain Steak 7c Pound For Extra Quality Boiling Beef. 5c Pound For Plain Boiling Beef. 1Oc Pound For Roast Mutton. 10c Pound For Mutton Chops. 5c Pound For Mutton Stew. 15c Pound For Prime Roast Veal. 10c Pound For Plain Roast Veal. 121c Pound For Veal Cutlets. 5c Pound For Veal Stew. 1 2c Pound For Pork. Thee, prices for CASH ONLY at the Coitral Meat Market IBIOAD)WAY. FRANK MARES, PROPRIETOR. FURS SPE.CIAL FURS See - FFERINGS. See Wirndov) Wirdov) . Extraordinary Sale of Rich Wir Display. - IFU R S Display. If during the week you attend church, festival or theater, look well over the audience and note the various costumes. If your quick eye detects the shabby appearance of your wife's Fur Cape, or Boa, or Muff, in comparison with your neighbors', hasten to the New York Store, the window display will enlighten you. Above all, as you stand there lost in wonder and admiration, don't forget that during the special sale you can purchase these goods below eastern prices. And don't forget that either article there would be so agreeable to either your mother or your sister. If you walk out with your best girl-say it gently, for she is modest-- an elegant set of furs awaits you at the New York Store. I had your name placed on them. Or, nicer still, direct her to make selection from the window. Special Offerings----Dress Qoods. All Wool Ladies Cloth, The Miktalo C.oth men Our offerings in to-day's Worth 500c, This Week's Sale 37c. tonhed Mikad to dy'th ad is advertisement of dress one of the best offerings goods should not be over- C e r over made by us. oods should not be over-All Wool Camelshair Serge Th all woo moisair looked by Helena's econ.- at 33 1-3 is simply incom omical buyers. Worth 50c, This Week's Salo 33 1-3 to vrae.si Lei t us, if onl you The prices made are in- one pattern of this goods. ariably elow eastern. 52-Inch Mikado Cloth, e th Lais th at variably below eastern. "-l'it | a 0 i i 37,..c. 'Tis otelegat. SWorth $1.25, This Week's Sale 3c. Agents for Helena for Foster's Kid Gloves. Conversation in French and German. New York Dry Goods Store 48, 50 and 52 South Main St., Helena, Montana. WEINSTEIN'S To Fitly cl ratb Tlankg iviug You Need a Well Furnished and Well Spread Table. Our Stock of Dinner and Carving Sets, Silverware. Glassware and Fancy Groceries, presents more new goods from which to make your selection than any other. soo-piece Decorated English Semi-Por- Rosewood handle Carving Knife and celain Dinner Set .................$9 9o Fork ............................$ .50 Decorated English Semi-Porcclain Ware Buckhorn handle Carving Knife and Fork .95 in open stock: Buckhorn handle Carving Set with Steel.. I.50 Dinner Plates, 6 for ................... 70 Finest quality Carving Set, o- inch Sci Cups and Saucers, low shape, 6 for...... 75 meter blade, double shear steel carver, Sauce Plates, 6 for.................... 40 with patent rest fork and steel, hard Sauce Boats, each..................... 35 rubber hand.les....................... I.9o Covered Vegetable Dishes, each........ 65 Same as above with silver mounted buck Largest size Turkey Platters, ISin, each. 95 horn handles ....................... 2.25 Glass Fruit or Sauce Bowl, high stand... .4o With inlaid silver-plated handles......... 2.50 Celery Glasses ...................... .5 With white ivoride handles.............. 2.75 Fine Thin Water Tumblers, doz......... 70 Raisins, lb............................ .Io Triple plated Table Knives and Fork:, set 2 oo Currants, lb ......................... .oS Rogers'triple plated Tea Spoons........ . 25 Lemon Peel, lb........................ .15 Almonds, 3 lbs ....................... 50 Citron, lb............................ .20 Filberts, lb.................................... 15i C. 1. & B. Marmalade, jar................ .25 Walnuts, lb ........... ... ...... .... 15 Cove Oysters, so can ................. 1.oo Pecans, lb............................ 15 Lobsters, I lb ......................... .20 Cranberries, 2 qts ..................... '15 French Peas, 6 lbs..................... 1.oo 'T'okay Grapes, basket................. 4o Mushrooms, 6 lbs ...................... 1.oo WEINSTEIN & CO. 368 Canal Street, New York. Sixth Avenue and Main Street, Helena.