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.... 1·nu • • . gain r t week, the atfairs of lettth i'i btaiW'ayi. In MNisoula so e.lot .i elder people have given . f , 'thelr` adsllttnce and their plilae. 'Two of .the .fraternal or aI t ~o ,uhiversty have been ta rdby offclid, Visilts from di-* tlnalrte ladles at the head of the satlon0a bnigr hlaation. Numerous seo cial futntldne were given In their elnor. IStimina'ltnh and welcome were the tfesstges brought to the young women' t Mfl.tila tfrom the sslater ehapters in other universittes and cotl leges thtrolghout the United States by the visiting presidents, Mrs. Roth and MiHs Brown. Both hlgh schoole of the city. the Loyola and the Missoula county, have given creditable dramatic perf#orm ances during the week which attract ed and pleased several hundred peo. ple in each Instance. The young women of Kappa Alpha Theta proved themselves charming and capable hostesses by giving a brilliantly successful dance In the ballroom of the Elke' clubhouse Friday evening. Two weddtng.olf-general Interest In social elrclet added nt the sparking current of local society. It has been a pleasant week bocause It has been po different from the ordinary. to Meet Mrs. Roth. Mrs. C. A. Duniway asked the mem bers of the Missoula chapter of the Associatino of Collegiate Alumnae to her. home Tuesday afternoon to meet Mrs. A. t. Roth. rand presldent of the I.appa Kappa Oamma'sorority, who is making an official visit in this city. In addition to her winning personality. Mrs. Roth has an extcnded and thor ough knowledge of conditions In the larger universities and colleges which she visits and she had nmuch of inter est to tell the college Women assem bled In her honor yesterday. Vesper Service. IMiss Miva Jamleson will lead this study'or f ather this afternoon at the v'eeper service held at 4:30 o,'chlck in the Young IWometnl'ts 4'hristian meso clation home. tlpoclal mulsic tihansi ~on arranped and the hour promises to be enjoyable and prflitadle. All youtng vwomens of the city are invited. South Side Neighborhood Club. The first meeting the South Side Nellhborhood club since Lent was held Monday ntght at the home of Mr. anld Mrs. Kenneth Ross. The entire mem lership was present, making five tables at cards and a lively company for the music and supper enjoyed after the game. -With Delta Guama. Miss Ada May' irwn oif Madison, Wis., who is national pre..ident of Delta (ammla sororority, visited the 1o J.al chapter Tuesday and Wedn ~sday ,of last week. Miss Brown was Ce ' ronlpanled by her sister, the two la dies having conme from the Pacific uoast cities and now on their way to attend the grand counciL meeting which will be held In Omaha. .Neb., the last of this month. Tuesday evening Mrs. Ellsr Pol e.yse entertained Informally in honor ofr the Misses BrownatL her. honse on CHARLES LUTHDR PEC.IHAM, JR., The onenyear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peckham of this city. Rionald avenue. Wrednesday Mrs. W. F. Book served an equlsltely a4ppol4=t ed luncheon to the guests of honor and the puatroniabes and members of Del ta (utmnll. Yellow hand-painted place cards, yellow ehrysanthetnuan bonbon baskets for favors and masses of daf fodils tied with tulle were used with decoratlve effect. Twenty-two ladles enjoyed this happy function. Again Int the evening, ~the same compuny en joyed the hospitality of Mirs. Tylar B. KODAKS Bought, Sold and Exchanged Developing Any Size Roll of Film 1 5c SMcKAY STHR NCIALI PHOTOGRAPHER Wggluso Block Thompson, Mrs. Charles flall and Mrs. J. M. ECvans at the home of thle tat ter on Beckwith street. Bridge, mubse and dainty refreshment. were fcatulca of the delightful affair. Kappa Alpha Thett Dinoe, The first fraternity donee to lbh held In the ballroom of the Elks' club. house and the first inter.fraternity dance of the season was the, brilliant function given Friday evening by Kappa Alpha Theta Arriving guests were greeted by a receiving line which Included patronepses, alumnae and ac tive members of the chapter. These were Meadames U. L. Bonner, Hiram MRS. JOHN GORDON MACOMS, Formerly Miss Catherine David Silsk, who was married to Lieutenant John Gordon Macomb on Easter Sunday at the San Carlos mission in Monterey, Cal. Mrs. Maoomb is a native of Middleton, Ireland, where for many generations the Sisk family has been noted for the remarkabre per eonal beauty of its women. Knowles. 1. W. Mt ttvwoodl, J. P. Rowe. A. W. Wilcox. J. J. Lucy, J. H. L'onnuer, Hl. H. HIalaghtir, J. ti. Rein hard; the Misse. Lu'cile. Marshall, iCloise KhuUwles. Mildred ('llrk, AcinuiIci IRobiertcnon. rtrtchcde Allhipplle. Imlllei n11ith. iHael llllylncn. (cladys Freeze, Grace Saner, Allie Hlcrdclel)nburgi". Katherlne White, IeHsw itlRhoides. Istither llrely, iFralnce Page, Merle Kettle well und Marguerite Hlnel0r. The guests were llmembers of all the fra ternitllles connected with the unlversliy and a few friends from the city. Drainty programs, engraved with the Kappa Allphlla Theta monogramll in old and tied with gold cord andl tad :el. were listrlbutecld iy Phtilpllll nd Eliibetllh Rlowie dulring Ithe opelning grand march. Punch wlis servetd throughouit tihe eving fromt a Ilillcb biankecd with Alerielin Ileauity rumcec landc the comlifort olf Ilie guenit wcas Islso c'onmlsideretdl Il tlhe picrovlcicll ofc bridge liible in thie leicully of theill hull roomlcll for those wlho ecared to play ia galllP while ittiingt ollt a dcl ,nce. Two cspeelally preltty feiatllres were thecc mnocnlight ,limnc'tce and the firefly daiun(. For the forinme.r tcnumber, licthts were turned ouct and IL grIla' yelilcw Ilctconc at eati11 end oi the haill furnisrlhedi a :lccfteret gi c low fasccincccl i ctin llly cl - contllt ic the l, c outifucl iace a I d ll exllch i itin' il gtowns o ticc- yoncg wcmcccn dcncing. iaclh m o IllWc lille da miellcihed by ll black cct's head and a Kapci Alpha Theta. Icncnogrcl in hickt bi. iThe fire fly cdacce Wcc cc weirdly pretty mcnrc Those wii o i cud the clcl iure of t-li - tending the dacice feel that Kuppa A ilic Thetlia iccas set I ligh mccmiii ic the whiy oI original, acnd urtsltic ec-c ertalncnentl To Meet Mrs. Tucker. Mr. and Mirs. J. A. Tucker aked l5 of their tcighIlccrn ic Purk adc.cti lon It to eir hlcmie- ,F'ritly evening to neet Mrs. L. E. T'Pltcer, who I thellir' guest frmlll Flsher lip the Tlitckf.co. vnlley. The vwening was spent with delightful Informality Visiting and singing and partaking of the good thinag served to OI Conplimentlng . Oemb, Mrs. 4ohor, HIton was hIostes Monday evening at !' box party, for the performance of "Altfa, WheFo Do You Live?" at the flatno.s, followed by a chalrmingly appointed supper served In the dining room of the Elks' club lhouse, both given In n compliment to the bride and groom, iesutonant and Mus. John Clordon Maoomb. White roses and carnations massed with ferns gave the bridal tone to the table whiichli wias repealted in dainty place .trdil andi tlhe sentimenta expressed in ti altisl to the happinelsll o the bride and grni)lll. Those presenllt were Ma Jur and Mrs. Illlarnard, Irleutenllnt arnd iMrs. Macombllll, Colonlel Kennon, J.. H. ''. ityanlllt, anud the ihouteass. Ferbrache- Morrell. A pretty iiomle w'eddihtgl %'i aotlet nllld in milllitnll t noon last Monitiay wihei. 1ev. ilm'er i. Burt ncr ofi Missoulua united Miss Rleve iStone 'erbracthe of Hlamilton ana (harle's Tholmaln Mlrrell of this city In wedlock. The old English ring ceremolny waIs used. During the cere ll)ny the strains of a beautiful wed ding mIarch played by Miss Kathtlene I .ellklll of (ilendive filled the rooms with ,Xltlulite hiarlllny. The bride wtll ittlllllflully direlssed in a gown of while tik ville, trimmled with real printcesst lace andll chiffon. ltle wore a. luce cau whicih belongedl to her great grandnolither, the 'aip being trimmied with orange Illonislol. The interior of the l'erbrache Iltolll wlas decorated for the o('Hion in link Ullnd white. Following tle erelll.y land during the serving iof refrela.ent.s the brlde anglg for Ithe gue(1ts. Misj Verblrace's Ibontiutlul vIliei haI chlarllltl Missoula Iand HIllitl tlll n irpl'ts often. The hrilde reteived nllny beautiftul presents, including at bllautliful necklnte and a, ibaby grain ll it24 frmlll the groollm. The lhappy couple left In l tlhe aterlloon by autlotlollle Ifor Missoulal, froil where theyi wlnt ti New York for It viit lthere aind along the Hulldton river. They return later to resitde tit Mlssoula. Ilesidelh giuests from till is .ity tile lol lowing attenldetld: Mrs. Sherman Leach, Mrs. J. W. ]lslter, Kate 11. El liott andi Mlils jreistoni oi Mlsotulla, Mir. and Mrs, i'narlei Norton of Vie tor. Mr. andil Mr. N. Houlnwirth of futte andl KatIhellll e Lelanld of tlendive. At Whist. ll nI i Elllen lP.ttrly 'il+Orte lluled aotic of the young pliple of Orchard IlHomes alt whist Tuesdlay evenling in 1the home of Mr. atnd Mrs. . ., Hoel tllltik. Naven talb(lesl wtre titeupled by tlih' players and pritni frtr high scoro were wton by M li Core St. (Jeralllne, Miss llllam Hclhryock, Georgl'e Colville anld John StahtI A dielIelois lunch wails erved inl dtintilly arranged courses as ta conclusionli to thel pleasl anit evening, IMi.tI C'ottttrly's g.ltls were tile Mihseo .Floret'nce ,Irving, llIth il)doJar nelte, lorlllln, (jlortrl'lude anld 'l'oral it. (erllainlle, KaIthorlint aLnd IFlorence OIallulher, Flora Iallintln, Katherine Miller, Ienore Hietlnlick, 'Lona and Aditlo $lhryock, I're.lda Laundry; 'Mlh4siles. HR.1ll ett)ooilovr, Jay Cheat 1atin, 'Howard Cooney, IHorultlo .IRbb, Jt• h N'iahl, IE ld and John Miller, George ('olvitle, Jay and Herman Alliuon, Lloyd ianld 'Ralph Weism and Ed Weber. In Orohard Homes. Mr. antd Mrs. It R. Helmmick enlter talined about 80 friends Wedntlday evening at their hospitable home In Or chard Hones. iWhi.t way the game of tha evening and at Its close the guests assembled albout a awppir'table to partake of the appetisigt nllt served by the hostessi, Prizae for Miuh :oor9 were .warded to Mrl. WelsI ,. . .,. . :, ·. , , ' M Wei,-s at s., The utW tpo.sta wenl .r , Otto iensoni Mr. and StMJ J''r, Mri tdi d Mrs,. Htenry , t, antid AlfPrqd ftetr, ; ""'t eiii..0 John. r. and Mrs. tIt .. artnitlthe, Mr.'and Mt.s 3s0 , ati t ldry, IMrP. 'afd eth ,W . IVsr trn , nMr.. Wcas, Mre. .DrhEt man, 'Mitl W1 p Hamilton. F. J: V3it Alstyne and Otto iHanaen. With Mree 1a (ixteenp iWho enjoey$ playing Cards oeasauits'et With Mrs. i, ti . ldy artuitndanl' for a game of bilge. Reslder ' *1*g.pim. and the Gabitfr, rarleshmen icnIieryed;i the hosteas,' were aIium to 1'bl, discussed with regard to rdorganisiml a clubx .S or p1aylq bridge, Auxilliry' Ml·p The auag$ tp .manndiiebapter of the Oider iiof Wlt Star iheld an ea joyable add' t muetIng Tuse day aftcrnooe kat. the hi.e ot Mi.s. Alice Kelley, 010 South Plfth street; west. Plans for future activitie were discussed Mid. adopted qd. 'deltelous refreshmehts weui enjbye4. The next meeting will be on May 7 It the home of Mrs. ldwin Fox, .o4 Woodward street. Reception at Fort Missoula. On Tuesday evening the ladies of Ilort IMlssotlla gave n reception hn honor of the brlde awml groom, lieu-. tenant Iand Itrs. -Macuoml, at the home of Major and Mrn. L.,e.rninl. Among many delightfull featurl. of the even Ing were mnuscal lnlllers of rare quality. Mrs.. Learnartl chlarmed the guests with her Ibentitlul sopran;, volce in neveral eltll. i'oltone Ken on and Captain Worley lang delight fully and Lieutenant Winton played piano selections for th,' entertainmont and pleasure of thoae jruesoent. To Pack Alaska Box. Tihe Women's Parocahil and it-. slonary society of thld Episcopal church will meet -'rhlay afternoon. April 25, at-the rectory. The work of the afternoon will be to ak.ck. the bo.t that Is to he sent to Inllionarips In Alaska. All ladles who have anything to add to the box are asked to bri.n their donations, also their' united ot ferings boxes. To Play Whist.' Mr. and Mrsi ,. J. White asked a ofew friends to their home on Hastings avenue Friday evening (a, play whist. Those who had a part In the delight ful hospitality offered were Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. George Fox, Mr. and Mrs. M.;R. May. shall, Mr. and Mrs. M. 'D~dn and Dr. and Mrs. C. L. MlSith. Hart Luey. Wednesday evenin at S:0 o'cloci 'Miss IMildred Hart a R& M. Lucy were united in mari at the home of the 'bride's pare Mr. and ,Mrs. It. W. Hart, on Hroottf Fourth street west. Rev. Fathed l etoo performed the ceremony In the emence of the relatives and a few mate friends. The house was be lll decorated for tlhe occaalion wi_ .U ee oof -pink uses in. the diuain 1 a# JieU4 and llles in the l sooJn. Ml ss lIvareo Avery pl¥gy eclosohn's "Wedding Marcl'i w the bqride leaning on the Arm her father walke.d in to m eot the con and the priest. The ibrido's wa wis uan exquisilt ereoation ot white satin Imetoer trltt~ied with .ish lace and she c'.rried u slihoWf, ubuquet ,oft 'lride's ruods lnd Ilietinof the valley. lhe mutid of holor, Di ts iuth hart. wilr', white emnbrokiered voile over pink and carried pink roses. Malt Iucy., Mbrother of the groom served as best man. Immlediately after the ceremony, re frewhments were' served dn4 congratu LIBUTENANT JOHN GORDON MACOME, Son of Colonel A. C. IMaoomb of the eavalry, who is stationed at eosten, Mass. Lieutenant and Mrs. Maoomb expqot to go in June to Monterey, where the former will join the Twelfth infantry, U. $ army, latlons were shllowere'd uponel the Ihappy coupioe. Nulnoter'uns and 4Mautiful pres ents were recoIved. Mr. andtl Mrs. Lucy Ieft in thiue evetning over the Nortllern Pacific for a, trip to the coast, Perk Additiorf Club. IMrs. C. Fl. .Meagheor entertalned tile Park Addition cliub eWednesday after noon asswited by Mrs. Cavln, -Mrs. Taylor and 'Mrs. *ttennetlt. Tlhe pro gram 'was in chargo of Mrs. I. Q. Roberts and the theme for the after. noon was "'Ilios of tile Swason." In response to roll call the ladles told of early iLEaste'r customs and spring foe tivktlI, Mrs. Iloberts opened Ltle pro gre.nt witll a paper discussing the origin of the use of llie for the (Easter emsblem. "Mrs. Gray and Mr,s etonnott sang a duet "L.Uea of 'May," lMrs. C. EU. Lucas read "The Legend of Nar oleaus" and Mrs. Veeder read a selo iet, "C'onsider the 'IAlles." Mrs. C in 4ln sang "Welcmo 'Pretty #lenrua"; Mrs, Meaolier read n artiloe on '"The i 4ati vof t' lowoer" And Iq,' MYaigr c i.*+, , , .. .. .. ., • =, • ilI~t~s" our - r u dM%"*f; P·tw t . portthb It w c M $ w3 ov` Our 'r qsti Is, no e fo, Pnr the $ e ta~n~ Its ý. ý' t ,'. t rt(d ý f t SIO' " AIN AWP PA _ AQ p 1,Z' ý312-314 rHig.rn\ Avenue } M issoul ý[ it +,y ~ p 1= I t 11 ' ý .. 11#ýR ý "V Ai .ý IWI T J' ;I; j / ýc s 1 _ :I ýý o yor lJ .t * Ou frai oo4sntdf r theýý':'ti " ý J 1 . , i..5 1· 312314Higin Avnu, Mssola sang 'rLlsabye." There were 18 mond berm present to enjoy tLIo novel and Interesting treatment of the program subject and the guests were MrW. J. A. Tucker, ,Mrs. L. E. Tucker and Mm. Boles. An elootion of officers at the GLAOYS IH'ANODLtR PECKHAM, SGeond .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peokh , close ,of rgut meeting meide Mrsr. Veedor president, Mrs. C. 1B. Lucas vice presIdent; 'Mrs. J. 1B. Cavln, sec retary atnd l Mrs. George Duncan, treasurc;. Ladies' Auxiliary Meeting. The Ladies' auxiliary to the Orcihurd Homles a'ountry Life club met Wednes day afternoonl In the Hawthorne school In one or the b4est sessolns yet held by th(I' club. *Miss Jeannette Rankil: tulkecd to the ludies convincingly upon the subject of "Political Equality"; Mrs. Erfert sang an enjoyabile solo. .Miss Cotterly gave a travelogue on "Claim Life In Eastern 'Montana," and Mr4. 'De Jarnette read 'a paper on "ThTe School Lunch." The program was followed ,by a suilal hour. A Class Party. 'lThe Sunldlay sHIlloul c'lass taught by Miss Jennie IIRowe at the Conlgrega tional chuirclh entertained happily Frl. day evenllllg in comnpllnellnt to the class taught by ,Mr. jUlade. There were about 40 younllg people present, Inlucll ing throe Invite'd guests from Mrs.I Lenta', class. Gtameo and refresh Ielllnts mlade a merry evening for guests land IhtIessesl alike. Two Birthdays. l'Tlhere were' two birthldays celebrated n thie holle of ,Mr. and irs. C. L. Peiekhllam this week. Littli. MIss. G(ladvS was 8 years old Tuesday and harrles Luther, Jr., was 1 year old Thursday. lor each occasoln friends were invited to help celetbrate. Twenty-two little guests danced and played Tuesday afternolon In the Peokham home anlld enjoyed thel dlInty refreshments served. in Thursday afternoon a num ber of mnothers anid ibables spotit a delightful tlme together, the mothers vsllting and eatlng Ice creamc and cake WIilie tile bWabies ooked on contentedly Distinguished Speaker Coming, Mrs. Mary Foster 'Bryner of Chl cago, who is superintendent of the elomentary ldepartlment of the Interna tional Sunday School assoolation, will be In IMissoula on Sundlay. April 28. Ther will b'e a Ineeting of those in terested ill elementary Sunday school, ,work to hear Mrs. lDryner speak in the 'Preobyterlan church at 4 o'clock next Sunday afternoon. King's Dawuhters' Hold Sale. The 1flng's Daughters will hold a rumma.e sale 4n the Paxston block on (Wednesday. Thursday and Frliday, May 1, 2 and 8. The ladies will *be glad to have contributions of clothing, dishes, furniture or any othes articles that may prove salable for the bonefit of the cause cherlushed by this organis tlion. -Members will be at the rooms In tie Paxton block to receive donatlpns all day 'Monday and Tuesday, ,April 80 and 80. Fturther Information .may be obtaned by calUng 874 lbkAlk on the Doll telephone. With Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mrs. A. H. Roth was guest of bonor Tuesday evening at a sprFead givh by members of Kappa Kappa Gapntall In the sorority suite at Icrig 'alLT n.We eore 8I young women as.embltl$9P7 : djlithful hour with thteir upre.ae. f6 ter, who bjOtgtt them Rttlmuhilgl messlgesfrom the 27 chapters of Kap pa. Kappa'.Oammt which she has vis Itod out of the entire number of 36 chapters In the United States.' A delightful -and Informal tea was given in compllment to Mrs. Roth Wednesday afternoon pt the home or Mrs. J. M. .Keith by Mrs. Keith and Mrs. W1ilkinson. Members of Kappa Kappa Gamna, their , mother#, and ladies of the university aeculty, Were asked to meet the guest of honor. Mrs. Roth left in the evening for the cast. As-eYeu.Like-lt Club., The meeting of As-You-Like-it clab, held Tuesday' afternoon with Mrs. Tylar B. Thompson, was important and interesting. Several items of business were conpidered. then Mrs. R. Y. Stu. art read a paper on "Tihe Modern Up lift of the Drama." This was followed by a discussion of Irish plays and players. Mrs. C'. L. .. Kellogg read two plays written for the modern Irish stage, "The Rising of the Moon" by Lady Gregory, and "Thle Land of Heart's Desire" by Yeates. Mrs. C. A. Dunlway will be hostess for the club next week. WEALTHY FARMER MURDERED. Marshfleld,. re., April 20.-Jacob livans; a wealthy ploneer farmer, was found murdered in his home near here today. Indications were that he had been shot while sitting near a win. Ij i ion fINdro III hl hm ea II~ One More Opportunity The few people in Missoula and vicinity who have not taken advantage of this great opportulity to obtain photos at greatly reduced prices will have another chance this week. 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