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( ' ', rte' ._. y.. c "SY _ ý_ _ 11 .. ..ý,..; th14ou with hours cl .arIl11nt winter tiU#hlae warun andbaelmy with promse c * tediant aetlity nsoon to come, the a day. Just past have expressed perfetly & the social atmosphiere. t hba been a t quie.tweek without atrms or strain, ad, t the same time, thewe have bee pleasant functions enough to kqep sqairn and bright the social spirtl while l as an underourrent active pt ar tio have been under way for LWvely 4doln ' t Iteat .week. What, with Lincol~p' bl'th day and the day Mured 46 godd old St. i Valetitine, the week oters epotal' t timptatlons to celebrate besides the. spur of the apprlod*hl.g Lenton deson. * The Woman's club has a clever en tertalnment for eachYof the first three evenings, then there will be receptions, I dances and bridge partles to satisfy the giyest of the gay. Psa Mrs. Gerge -ee. Mrs. Edward H.. Boos entertained Wednesday and Thursday afternoons at her home on Daly avenue in compli aent to trs. George Boos of Seattle, who is visiting here this winter. The house was ade like a lovely tropical bower with many terns, and tables were set for oprds on both atternoons--"500 Wednesday and bridge Thursday. The hostess was 'aslated by Miss Pickett and Miss Rathewat, and the other guests were Mesdames Wilkinson, John MoCormio, J. M. Kelth, H, T. Wilkin son, Charles 'H. Hall, W. F Robin son, Rudd, Rodrick, Buford, Buckley, Kellogg, John Lucy, Jr.; Bughes, Hol lister, Harrington, Haviland, Scheuch, T. B. Thompson. Spottswood, Murphy, Parsons, Johnson, Etrod, Lusk, J. M. Price, David Mason, Porbes, Lansing, Tait, gandmann, J. A. Miles, Myers, Derge, Freese, Dunlway, Coffee Clem ents, Gatley, Donohue, Dodds, Win stanley, Fitagerald, Rowe, Kenneth Ross, Dan Rosa, Hord, Blair, Newlon, Parley, Grubbs,- Houghton, Duncan, Puglley, Duncan, 'Mills. Harry Par sons, Becekwith, Sterling, Book, Mul roney, Lombard. Roberts, Mitchell, Toole Cliton, Evans, Stuart, Richard. 'son, John. Lucy, Charles Dorman; the Misses Stevens, Pickett and Hatheway. At the Gagnon Home. Two charming bridge parties were given at the Gagnon home on South Pourth street west, Friday and Satur day afternoons, by Mrs. Phil Gagnon and her daughter, Miss Phyllis. Flow ers and refreshments were all selected with careful taste for the fine appre clation of the guests. These were, on Friday, Meadames Elmore, Gatley, Rowe, Freese., J. M. Keith, Rodrlck. H. H. Parsons, J. J. Lucy, Archie Price, Charles Hall, Henry Greenhood, A. Wallenstein, Winstanley, Coffee, Mitchell, Calkins, Kennon: while on Saturday they were Mesdames Bick ford, Murphy, Bellew, Tom Phillips. H. C. Webster, Paul Gerber, Frank Woody, Barbara Higgins, Fayette Har rington, Tom Conlon. Frank Thomas, M. P. Gleeson, AV. I. Shea, Bandmann, Harriet, Fernald. F. L. Darbee, W. H. Smith, R. W. Kemp, Lamar Chaffin, H. H. Bateman, George Pavy, H. C. Myers, Frank Keith, T. A. Price, Wil liam Dyson, Will Kennedy, E. B. Hershey, Fred Stoddard, Charles John son, Prank Pearson, Vic. Skinner, Leon West and Miss Reilly. Ramblers' Whist Club. Mrs J. F. Harrington was hostess Friday afternoon for the Ramblers' Whist club at her home on South Fourth street west. Pour tables were filled with players, including members of the club and three guests, MrS. J. H. Kennedy, Mrs. J. W. Hicklin and Miss Estelle Bryan, Prises for -high score were awarded to Mrs. Carey, Mrs. Hollister and Mrs. Collar, mem bers, and to Mrs. Kennedy and Mips Bryan, guests. After the game, the ladies were invited to the dining room, where a long table was laid with 17 places, each marked with a dainty Valentine favor. Valentines and dark red carnations were used in gracefur profusion for decorations and a de licious chicken dinner was served to the admiring guests. Pseulty Club. Mrs. J. E. Kirkwood was hostess for the' Faculty club Monday afternoon at her home on Ford street. The ladies visited over their needlework and then adjourned to attend the se' ception given in compliment to Miss Fox by the Young Women's Christian association of the university. With Mrs. Mile. The Art ahd thd Shakespeare . de partments of the Woman's club nest Monday afternoon with Mrs. J:. A. Miles. Mrs. George Boos talked to the Ka· Finishing, That I.Right Velox paper used cxclts:l ly.r If you haven't a kodak I will rent you Qne., MIait: orders solicited; R. H. MceA.Y .1 Pheel. tae, megawn BIa e~tl A tda and tol to b sb of her e ap:e fir o In helpinta to raie, tufsd for a I oifhQus in sattlb. Tisa dumiq a ( saddllM, oor over" the at scups, ti h la' es yle detafted lans. for the tree eveings' entertalminent to be given next -Monday, Tueiddy and WRedpesday. The ebuth-SOld Neoihberh*ed CiUb. Mt, and Mrs. D, J, Donohue enter taiQed the South-side Neighborhdd club Monday evening at their homer In Qnald avenu. Bealdes the members, there were present Mr. atd Mrs. SLuit roney as guests. Cards, musio ~&r4 supper, spiced with fun and ýroll, fUlhd the evening. .Reeption for Miss Fox. The Young Women's Christian as soclation of the university gave a re * caption at Craig' iall Monday after. noon f6r Miss tlisabetp Pox, student seoretary for the Young Women's Christian association In the north west. All the young women of the university, the faculty ladies and the board of directors for the city assoola tion were asked to meet Miss Fox. Miss Houston, secretary of the city assoolation, and Miss Florence De Ryke, president of the student easpola tion, Introduced the guests to Miss Fox and then there was a most delightful hour of Informal visiting, singing about the piano and partaking of re. freshments. Kappa Kappa Gamma Spread. Resident members of Kappa Kappa Gamma gave a spread Tuesday even ing at 6:80 in honor of Miss Zisabeth Fox, student. secretary for the Young -Women's Christian association In the, northwest. Miss Fbo is a member of the sorority and her visit in this city has been a source of Inspiration and pleasure to the young women who have availed themselves of the privi lege of meeting her. Two other guests of honor besides Mies Fox last evening were the Misses Hasel and Grace Leary, who have been recently pledged to Kappa Kappa Gamma. Making Valentines. Fifteen young ladies, members of Mrs. A. IB Cook's class in the Con gregational church Runday school, had a happy time Thursdry evening at the hqme of Miss Alice Hardenburgh. Mak Ing valentines was the first and most important pastime. After many dainty missives had been evolved for service next Wednesday. the girls laid aside their paint brushes and tinsel paper and spent the remainder of the even ing with muscl and refreshments. Daiy Addition Mothers' Club. The Daly Addition Mothers" club. which is a branch of the national con gress of mothers, met Friday after noon with Mrs. Charles Miller, 29 members being present,. The meeting as opened .with sinling of "Blest Be the Tie That Binds" and Bible read Ing. Then followed discussmon of the topics for the day. "A Clen ,City." end 'Co-Operation of Teaphers end PaFents." Commissioner Peat spoke of the importajicetof medical inspec tiont in publi o chboh:; se. also made some heartseatronlrg statetlbnte it re gar0 do present conditions for the boys ant grt Iri .Missoula. He .said that the police. reported- boys and girls under 15 yearp romng htlout the stra9ets as.late as. 10 and !).o'clock at night and' that hack of dearly every story of' yduthfl w"rongdohlg there is another story of parental neglect and indifferetce to the welfarb of their children.. Mw: r Ada Mc0G'egor and Mrs. Wilson. added some Stirring and helpful words to the discussion. Kappa Alphp, heta at rkid.e. Misu Marguerite , Bonner ,gave a cbarming bridge party yesterday after noon at her home on West, Spruce street. Her guests were all members of Kappa'AJlAha Theta and they spent happy hbors plaring the game and vle Iting over 'their oofee 'cups. The list included Mesdames John J. tucy, G(t bert Reinhlard, Prank Bonner, James Bdnher; thd Mlisq Mildred Clark, Idu ctl'eMarsall, 'ola.e Knowles, Gertrue Whipple, -Grace Ouher, AnMbelle Rob ettson, Wether Direly, Merle 'Rettlewell, Beil Rltoades, Alice Hardenburgh, Cathbrlne'-White, Franees Page, Louie Smith, tlSsel Lyhtin and Gltads PTeese. A .tase Pty. . Mas. 4.. L. Dunham's claus of SUn day e.hool. boys hal &t JoIdy. time FM - d4W everiar. at her home on Adams strert. .Aier a autetantial supper, topled off. with Ice drea.n, oake and ond, bone -tie boys were eit.ertalned witl' musid, etames.and ptoat oqdr projedtor lhdw, It was deided 'to v a hiish 4th cla.s sad a vote rwuIlted i mtabLn Ployd -oohrami . tdl O.yen Otety, vice presldentt bter -arraiea, secretary. 'rom )r aW noigs propoeed the hoyps Ieoted the' oh* SOUflsted by' their teacher, ".he-Wats(d-Us-Orow' oýlas; the growth being not alone in nwnbets butt a 'love, loyalty and earnuestne In blesa lving and good work, t* The members of the class are Ploy Ohrwan, Wester Garehan, Owen Carley, Orville Stephenson. Bhil *tgphenson, iokte l.r mer, Fred Mad db, Bemardu Hollenatelner, W.ri brose, Beanie Stowe, Harry Thike, srn W.tUmnes.. . Pre Vassar, 0Cit otrd Carley and Willie Hughes. S Catherine's Seliety. . A. reading kn honor of the Charles. kens centenamry was held by .!t. catherle'a Literary soolety Wedges day sfternoon in the assembly hall of actred Heart academy. The program wee given with spirited good will and was thoroughly enjoyed by all pres ent. lhe numbers included were: "A la Blen-Almee" (Schutt), piano solo, Anna Laughran. Roll call responded to by quotations from bD)kens. 'Charles Dickenas-he Man, His Works," Hasel Pritchard. 'ICharles Dickens-The Writer," Marie Adams, "A Dainty Plant Is the Ivy Green," words from Dickens, chorus. '"The Author and Hie David Copper field," Valentine Marts. "Dickens' Pictures of Child Life," MImle Dillon. "The Hunter's Song," old English air, chorus. "lketches From Dickens," Venith Headman. "Birthdays of the Month," Rena Stevens. '"Mary, Our Hope," chorus. Programs by the Woman's Club, The program given under the dl rection of the art and music depart ment of the Woman's olub Monday eventng will include: '"Te Little Dog Berked to the Big Round Moon," by Mrs. Peckhamn, Miss Nell Lewis, Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Grosmberg, acoom panled by Miss Eva Coffee. A jig by PFipees Ann Peckham. Juvenile step daries by Gladys IChendler Peckham. Ml, FPy West as Sam Beriiard in "Bring Beck My Lena to Me." Old English garden dance by Jea 8loane, eotella Boatloesberg, Eileen Donohue, IDdatthy Donohue, Anna MeKcnsie, Rtuth" JSoobson, Ehtsher Jacobson, Mrloin Lombard: accompanistt, Ber nice Berry. MIs. Henry Wade Groee bergt, in "Red Head," as Irene Fri.nk li1. The Boling quartet in popular eqng hits. Miss Sue Bandmann as ies Hopkins. Miss diea Power in the, Yamms Yamms danoe. On Tuesday evening after the ohicken dinner, Aunt Polly Bassettahd I her oolonial dames will present a unique and attractive program of singing and dancing. An opening song, "America," bye ye whole chorUs. '"oan of Clildhood Joys," bye Jerushea Bi set' (Mrs. Power). 'repEh ,minuet bye Doraas Tubbs S(Gladys Prie), Desire Little (VlzSwhla erry), Mdety'e' Sarkls (Marlth RAcie), omntfort Love (Eilsabelh RoWe), Pbetcr Popple, (Frederick I Petel'~sn); Valiant likrplay '(Jack Wo6dy), Ztiedish Primrose (Theodore Jacdbs), 'Jonadab Tosepot (Craig WR cos). "Ya nkee| Doodle Doodle Doo," bye Bunlight' plitcbell (Uva Reely). "The pilrit of the South," a aance by 'tattlda Bseet (Idna Pboyer), ae companied, by MIdl Jackson on the iplnnet. A two-Wrt song bye Jerusha Ba set.and Blossom Sprague (Mrs. Power and ,Mra Poeaet). "A 1Ull ts mart wbridty aong," bye Jonadab Higlanbothtm (Ray Bally). "Ye aolatiflto Fro.," by Sunilght Slrttohelt (mrena Reely) and sotwu Joel Trott, Timothy Tibbals, Blgh W. gLNes, Demetrius Dd*iipR Iohabob Blllinr and R.etkiaJ* £poob, A new-ar*l ed doce, bye COmwtence Geodenonugl (iluabethi shrd). DI)ett bye Jeunsh Petttigew (Mrs. Wickte) ab. Obadlab Dobblae (W. W. Wicked). - oksCahamcnhen at'Y .by Rose Bratdish (1Mna Chakwk). "ALovr Di tty." I edlsdb Bae. boieA (as ov v SAn Old il ih Ast, d ce, bye M&atery. Drake ( $r m NOe y eut11imone hue), Divestp.as Slatne), "e"prance (31 leed De. hues), SPleaeite di awe, bye Matilda sett A plece pn .e e4pln bye Itulda Braddook, ( Býehe n 4c rry), "star Spangled Bimer." bye the gueste. A, Dana en the Nin' I e. One of, ,}e most men.yble affairs gly*en lately .on the Nine-Mile, wae the dance at Fre4 labert'e placer mine, "The Tom Tom," on McCormick crqek nlear Stark. 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Mr. and Mre. F. B. Lusk entertllned the employee of the First National bank and some of their friends Friday evening in the spacious Lusk home on Gerald avenue. Valentines were everywhere In evidence as decorations and favors. Crimson hearts and Cupids were festooned about the suppler table and there was a great, brilliant center piece of dark red carnations. The guests played cards or danced and sang as the spirit moved with most delightful Informality. Those who par took of Mr. and 'Mrs. Lusk's hospital ity were Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Elmoro, Mt.. and Mrs. J. T. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Paxton, Mrs. Agnes Lombard, Mrs. H. Ii. Parsons, Mrs. George New Ion; Mises Sadler, Evero, Avery, Edna Power, Dorothy Sterling, Miriam Hatheway, Phyllis Gagnon, Anabel Ross; Mseare. E. A. Newlon, George Brlebach, Newell, Gough, Joe Plarrell, E. H. Hamel, B. I; Danner, Walter Mc Leocd L, C. Pettitt, William V. Osborne. Ap-You.Like-lt Club, A bood meeting of the As-You Lse It club was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. I. P. Kellogg. Mrs. J~. Elrod presented her paper on "Bolivar," a efear-cut analysis of the character of the man and his work. Current events were discussed, bringing up interesting facts about Dickens and his centenary. Local subjects were also considered. Domestie Seleiee Department. Mrs. J. A. Miles entertained the Domestic Scilence department of the Woman's club Tuesday afternoon at her home on Alder street. There was a short program of music and a paper by Mrs,. W. W. Berry on "Woman's Club Work in the United States," and a reading by Mrs. Turtle, Then the ladies planned for the chicken dinner to be given by this department next Tuesday evening at the Masonic build. Ing as part of the three evenings' en tertainment now under ptieparation by the Woltan's club,. A Junlee Party. The junlor girls of Sacred Heart academy gave a party for the seniors last $aturday afternoon and evening at the b4one of Mise Busie Bandmann. The holter was prettily decorated for the afft with rod hearts and rib sbqgps aý the girls, guests and hos. tecaess, Wre long evening gowns and he4 thj e hair powdered and piled imla tfahloh of colonial days, Card.l we payed during the after pflwo w t .rtas n flnhg to Misses Marvie Ak. and Adine Cyr. At ,'ek, UIs, weae seated about ! aSQ4 Nerve4 with an elab orate dinner in numerous courses. After dlnnaer there was dancing and singing and more games; Mrs. Band mann read several selections for the t pleasture of the young ladhes, then a late supper was served and thel happy party was over. The hostesses were Mary Mmall, ltebat Lalond, Elstlher Nihler, .tulse flandmatln and Hlazel Plritchllrd; while the honorted guests were Helen C.oen, 1'eneta Headman. Molllit lurke, Marle Adams. Wllnle Murphy, (lertrudae HIrt, Molly Daly, lDorolthy antil Eileln Donohue, Adline I'yr. tlitdyl S.nail. Bernadette Ilene dlot, Saruh LaLonde, Katherine Bulll van, Iaturat McMillan, Allho C(lvin, Erneatile Mar.tin, Katherline and Netl lie lAnnln, EImna Itoulier and Blanchu tlltnel. At Whist. Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Vox entertained 18 of their friends informally at whist Tuesday evening in their home on South Fourth street. The pleasant game was followed by mulic and re freshments. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. William i. Wa'yne. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Deuta Mr. and Mrs . J. White, Mr. and Mrs. M. It. Marshall. D)r. and Mrs. ('. t. Pmith. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I 'enrson MI s (1ertr'rlO.; IUuclh rllle and Joseph Streit. To Say Goodbye. A company of 30 neighbors as sembled Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Andrus west of town to Say goodbye to Elgy Andrus before his departure to his new home In Oregon City. The evening war stprint with music and cards and a splendid country sLt',per. A Birthday Surprise. Twelve young people surprised Wal ter Kemp In honor of his birthday, one evening last week. There was muscl and dancing and a birthday suppe. to make the iarty delightful. Informal bridge. Miss Anabel Ross asked a few friend Informally to play bridge at her home Wednesday evening. After in enjoyable game the young people were seated about a dainty supper ta ble. Those invited were Mrs. Julius Derge, Mrs. David Mas.n; the Misses Margaret and Isabel Ronan, Mildred Ingalls and Josephine Polleys; Messrs. Derge, Mason. Fred Mason, Steve Mal vin, Sidney Pernald, Robert Cary and Harry Sewall. The Birthday Club. Mrs. Sutherband entertained the Birthday club Tuesday afternoon at her home on East Cedar street. Whist was played and high scores won by Mrs. Joseph Gallagher and Mrs. Earl Stlllwell. All the members were present and Mrs. William Kelly was a guest. Late in the afternoon a dainty lunch was seroed by the hostess. Park Addition Club. Charles Dickens was paid honors by the Park Addition alub Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Gross. The ladlej present, 17 member, , and Mrs. Rookwell and Mrs, Stetson as guests, wdre all Ia costutms represent Ing Dickens' ol ruotprs or otrried some susggestlvq token. They rei spolded to roll, odl with q~tot lons from Dhckens or about hl. writings. I Mrs. .r;ns read n carerfully preparedl . piper on thbe man and hi work andl Sthlen there follwed a lively discu .son Slitonlg the m nlel. liIn. The Mothers' Club. hMrs. T. 1i. Dns)aln n was hostesN for the Mothers' Cluli ''rdnehday afte r nlnoon it her ihome on a,1olthf11 e1 He"il Twdvo mothers, two gnlirts, Mrs. GJeorag Miller and Mrs. Wilnon, andi 11 little folke rladl lp the eolinpanIy. Needlework and vlnltlng filled a de lightful afternoon. When theII gueIl.s were called to the te.a table, they found It resplendent with valentlnes used both for favor. anid decoratlinlln In quaint and artiste desgllnsn. A Class Meeting. The Excelalor clan of the Methodlist church tunday school met Tuednnay evening at the home of Mrs. Street for Its regular quarterly business mteting and nocial. There were 84 present, In cluding members and guests. After the buslness session there was a short program including a piano solo by Mr.. J. T. Pattqrson, a reading by Mrs. Hoskln, a piano solo by Mrs. H. A. Veeit, a talk by superlntendent J. Ia. Patterson, a duet l)y Mrs. Paris Adams and Mrs. John Inch, a recitation by Mrs. Tyler and an Impromptu by J. E. It's Knowledge Plus Equipment Twenty-five years ago the styles in picture frames were much as they are today. Styles in everything travel pretty much in circles. We were making pic ture frames twenty-five years ago, so we know Just how an up-to-date frame should be made. Only dif ference is that we know more ab.out the business now than we did then-more knowledge. And we have the benefit of modern machinery--finest equipment. Knowledge, plus equipment, gives results. Also, we are in a position to give quality of materials, price and service. These things have combined to give us thousands of satisfied customers and we would like every home in Western Montana on the list. Don't spoil the picture with a poorly-made frame. Art Department Simons Paint &Paper House 312.314 UHigah ve'. Pat teronn. Rlefreshments were Ierl'ed by the IlolltesI no a conclution to the very ple4lant evening. Woman's Auxiliary. 'Thre w%'iomtn'* uiilxllliirv to the Coun try Iilfe .'ilh hatd tilt Interesting meet ilL, 1it th"i (chlln ose, 'ledn(lteday ater noon. Arfter the ibuitneax sesalon, a very y *lwl prigramlll was1 rendered, rIIpxtstig iof rtutdluig,, v'ieal and In I trlllentnlll mIl ei, it parliamentary dIItII and at dlnaensllion of topics of gen rnil Intere,.t ti the conmmunity. All ilatditt of thle rciliard Homes are re lioitehd ito be present it the next i ltl ug. l'lerui y 21. At Orchard Homes. fJtwenty young men of Orchard Illontl ginv tin ela.ImrLto tdance nltat 'intleday evenltat In the Counltry Life clutl)houalle it aI. return fatvor for the leap)-year dntlee given In their honor the week hefore br)y thn young ladesa. T'lhey aparerl no exlmpte nor time to make the affair a brilliant succens. lced and white banner. and f etoons manle the room festive: a six-phtce or chletra furnished toulet; caterers from town were engatlged to furnlsh and servo the sneven-coturse supper that I dreerved the name of banquet and 70 i.ctlpton were present to enjoy the good time.