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.. w .. ýýnr·. i.· ii7 l ,ý:: ý.ýý ý; , V ýý+' . ýý ý ý .. Mt .ý 1 7ý ·NiSk < k ...u." ;ýP~ r to,`:iWklagn witth. seelat , lth iop h 'Usat nest will twe S alus i t te own r the. doest 1 fie t yeta. It is the' min* I of the staness of farewells to ',o b.aI oe the youg ..eople f the al of "t 01,Width the pleasure of it n aumni and tflemlte who have em9 to th e olty for commencement, that maime the musloe vs glad and tad at `th esame time. The years of student lue that are ewet. witt. as qotlatloas for the graduates are eqsal If rich in blessing for the cltisens of M isoula, who have welconed the 'ounag people .Ipto their homes, during thiir stay here. So losely' inter wtnpUlJht are the student tlterests and the home 'life of the city that the Shole social' atmosphere is tinted now .lith thb e bs color of the gaduate's `bhe and .triumph, and now with the gray mist of regret that student days are outwardly and formally over, not withstanding the philosopher's theory that a student is a student all the days of his life. At High Tea. Mrs. Tylar B. Thompson entertained about 40 ladies at high tea yesterday afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Nor man M. Poote of California, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Learnard, at Port Missoula. Mrs. Edward Mitch eel and Mis Gertrude Sloane as slated the hostess in receiving the guests and when the ladies were seated about the daintily appointed tea tables,' they were served by Misses Ju liette Deschamps, Gasella Schlossberg and Jean Sloane. Ramblers' Whist Club. Mrs. 0. C. Mapes was hostess for the Ramblers' Whist club Friday aft ternoon at her home on Mouth Fourth street, west. Two guests, Mrs. W. J. Babington and MIss ryant. were pres ent, and they, with the members, made up four tables for. the game. Prises for score were won by Mrs. Babington and Mrs. C. N. Baird, while Mrs. ". S. Paxson won the club prise. Lilacs and growing plants were used through the rooms with decorative ef fect. The hostess served dainty re freshments after the game. eles Polley.' Lunehen. 'Miss Dorothy Polleys save a lunch eon Friday at her home on Ronald av enue in compliment to Miss Olive Wheeler of San Francisco and the Kappa Kappa Gamma seniors, Misses Florence Leech, Grace Rankin, Maud McCullough and Carrie Wharton. The blue and white of the class of 1913 was honored In decorations of Canter rbury bells and stock and place cards and favors repeated the colors. Seated about the table with the guests of honor were Mrs. Arble Leech, the Misses Jessie Wharton, Farrar Ken nett. Frances Jones, Emma Poht, Mabel Cowell, Frances and Grace Leary. Josephine Hunt, Alvena Hods son, Gladine Lewis and the hostess. Mrs. EdgarPolleys and Mrs. David Mason served the guests, and after the luncheon Miss Wheeler charmed them with beautiful singing. Moonlight Pionio. Miss Lulu Wright and Miss Irene Murray were hostesses -Monday even Ing for a merry moonlight frolic. First In order by way of amusement was a cllmb to the top of Mount Jumbo and back to the Wright home on the iRat tlesnake. There, .Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Murray had ready a rousing bon fire and a hot supper, which was served picnic fashion under the trees on the lawn. Games and singing com pleted the good time. Those present were the Misses Beth Hershey, Alleen Ambrose, Gladys Brewer, Evelyn Thomas, Plorence Lebklcher, Irene Murray and Lulu Wright: Messrs. Claude McQuarrie, Emerson Stone, Paul 'Barden, Claude Simpkins, itlll man Ross, Harold Lansing and Stew art MoHaffle. The class Supper. Dr. and Mrs. Dunlway entertained the class of 1912 of the university Fri day night at supper on the campus. This senior class supper is one of the very delightful customs established by Dr. and' Mrs. Duniway during their re-sidene here and never have condl tions been more pleasant in the way of beautiful weather and cordial relations, than for this evening. The, little woodsy qook on the campus between university hall and science hall is' a particularly lovely spot, marked by nature and by tradition as the place where class suppers shall be held. Fls Developed ...s i 15c PER ROLL ANY IE WHY PAY MORE? esBoughit, Sold, Exchanged M cKAYf 900rViOTIOGRAfE1R 'SD Ruis' were spread on the gram to make At comfortable for all to. st ple* ino flahiop. Trays, heaped with an abundaneo of good thinpgs t eat were passed by the host to his guests who, notwithstanding their dignifled attire of ap41and gowns, ade menrry throulh the sunset hours. There were souvenir cards upon which all the names were written, there were snap shot photographs taken and there was spuch singing of- college song. This first number on the program of omthmenoement time for the claU of 1912, augurs happily for those to fol low during the 'week. Mrs. Rowe Hoestees. Mrs. J. P. Rowe was hostess Pri day afternoon at a picturesque and enjoyable tea given in complitent to Mrs. W. P. Mills, who leaves before long for the Paelfle coast, and to Mrs. Arble Leeoh . Exquisite shades of vio let and lavender were repeated throughout all the decorations of rooms and table service. A guessing con test on the word "Violets," absorbed the attention of the guests for a time and Mrs. Meda Mills won a prise for her successful answers to the ques tions propounded. Six small tables were placed for serving the tea, and here again the violet shades predoml nated in favors and bonbons and flow eMs. The Misses Marjorie Wilkinson and .lusabeth Rowe assisted in serv Ing the dainty viands. Those present were HMedames Mills, Leech, E. L. Bonner, E. W. Spottswood, H. T. Wil kinson, Madame Wilkinson, J. M. Keith, Kenneth Ross, 8. J. Coffee, Meda Mills, Charles Hall, T. B. Thomp son, 'P. T. Sterling, E. H. Boos, George Briggs, C. A. Barnes, IC. H. MoLeod. Clifford Rittenout P. C. Scheuch A. W. Wilcox, Robert Stewart; the Misses Florence Leech, Mabel Cowell, Jessle and Carrie Wharton and Ona BSloane. For Her Sixteenth Birthday. Miss Elleen Donohue had a charming little celebration Thursday evening for her sixteenth birthday. Mrs. Donohue had asked a small company of her daughter's intimate friends to the beau tiful home on Gerald avenue, made more beautiful by masses of pink tulips used for decorations. The young people danced and sang and partook of a late supper, whose service was all in exquisite pink and white. In Orehard Homes. The women's auxiliary to the Orchard Homes Country life club held an interesting and praetical meeting Friday. Mrs. Tylar B. Thompson was present as guest of honor, to talk to the ladies about the state federa tion of Women's clubs. She made the meaning and value of federation in club activities so clear that the vote taken by the auxiliary upon the ques tion"of joining the federation was car ried by a good majority. Delegates to the state meeting in June were elected. Mrs. Clements and Miss Cotterly, with Miss Spurgin and Mrs. Akin alter nates. The travelogue was given by Mrs. Graves, who told of Minnesota in history and tradition, as well as in modern progress. It was decided that meetings of the auxiliary will be held during the summer, once a month, at homes of members, whenever possible out of doors, with social features most prominent. To Moet Mrs. White. Mrs. D. J. Donohue asked a number of friends to her homb Friday, be tween 3 o'clock and 6, to meet her sister. Mrs. J. M. White of Butte, who is her guest over Sunday. About 40 ladies called during the afternoon, charnled to make the acquaintance of the guest from out of town. Mrs. E. C. Mulroney poured tea and the Misses Donohue served the trays. McClintook-Ayres. Carl C. MoClintock and Miss erace Lulu Ayres., both residents of Stark, Mont., were married Wednesday evei.ing at 9:30 at the residence of Dr. C. B. Allen. The young people left at once for Stark, and will mase their home there. Mr. McClintock is a prominent business man of that community. Jaokson. rodenisok. Miss Mildred Jackson and Ralph D. Broaderick, both of Martlinsdale, were married at 8 o'clock Friday evenldg at the Presbyterian manse, the Rev. J. N. Maclean, D. D., performing the cere mony in the presence only of the re quired witnesses. The young couple came to Missoula Thursday and they will return today to their home in __ u m i MaAtin date, where Mr. Broadqioek is .` if known merchant. They will be at home to their friends after June 10, Miss Maude V. Gebo and Harold L. HoWell, both of Hamilton, were quiet ly married at 8 o'clock Thursday aft ernoon in the church of lt. rancsla Xikvlen Rev. Father Delon performed the ceremony and Miss Joyee Holt and ". B. Houston served as witnesses. Complimenting University Girls. Miss Dorothy Storling, entertained a company of young, ladies at bridge yesterday afternoon in her home on Gerald avenue. The delightful func tion was planned especially as a fare well compliment to the universIty girls who, are leaving soon for home at the close of their year's study in this city. Bowls of lilacs added beauty and fragrance to the scene and dainty refreshments were served from the card tables at the close of the game. Miss sterlling's guests were Mesdames Preese, Derge, Polleys, Mason, Oilbert Reinhard, Paul Relnhard, Hugh -For blas, Abbon Lucy, John Lucy. Aeble Leech, Edwin Dodds, Calkins; Misses Alvena Hodgeon, Gladine Lewis, Tloer ence Leech, Carrie and Jessie Whar ton, Frances and Grace Leary, Abblo and Margaret Lucy, Farrar Kennett Phyllis Gagnon, Grace. Mary and Edna Rankin, Dorothy Polleys, Frances Jones, RBes Epperson, Ruth Worden, Edith Tletjen, Maude McCullough, Ce cile and Charllne Johnson. Josephine Hunt. Emma Pohl, Marjorie Wood, Olive Wheeler, Leona Forbis, Florence and Marguerite Coen, Marjorie Ross, Ibabel Ronan, Mildred Ingalls, Ona Sloane, Mabel C'owell. Esther Birely, Gertrude Whipple, Evaro Avery. Ana bel lRoss, Bernice Kemp and Eva Cof fee. Kappa IKappa Gamma Breakfast. The senior members of Kappa Kappa Gamma were guests of honor yesterday morning at a breakfast given for them by the members of the sorority in the private dining room of Craig hall. Twenty-two young ladies, including the four seniors, Misses Orace Rankin, Florence Leech, Carrie Wharton and Maude McCullough, the active members and alumnae of whom Misses Marjorie Ross, Frances Jones and Josephine Hunt are here from out of town, sat about a long table, where ribbons of dark and light blue, clus ters of pale pink flowers, and place cards in forget-me-not shades were placed in artistic harmony. Singing and visiting filled the Interim -between courses, instead of formal toasts. Kappa Alpha Theta Dinner. Miss Anabelle 'Robertson and Mis_ Gertrude Whipple, members of the graduating class in Kappa Alpha The ta, were guests of honor at a dinner In the sorority suite Wednesday even Ing. Black and gold place cards and masses of white lilacs gave the right touch of decoration and with music and feasting the other members of the sorority express their love and loyalty to their seniors. Those present were the Misses Elolse Knowles, Lucll, Marshall, Gladys roeese, Alice Har denburgh, Hazel Lyman, Louise Smith, Frances Page, Catherine White, Mar guerite 'Bonner, Esther Blrely, Merle Kettlewell, Bess Rhoades, Grace Saner, Mrs. Homer Slaughter and the two guests of honor. Birthday Club. Mrs. Joseph Gallagher wad hostess to the Birthday club Wednesday after noon at her home on East Hpruce street. Lllace and honeysuckles made lovely' floral decorations through the rooms and on the Jables. Prises for high score in -the game of whist were won 'by Mrs. irtillwell and Mrs. Shee dy, fLate In the afternoon the host ess served an enjoyable lunch. Lina Cirele. The Lina Sewing circle of the Daughters of Hermann lodge met on Tuesday with Mrs. H. B. Greenfield at her home on Monroe street. Mes dames Hubert, Heckler, echerck, Bin esort, Hoffman, Wagner, A. Walter skirehen, T. J. Walterskirchen, Bishop, Kuns, Murphy: the Misses Weber, Scherck and Hoffman made up the company that enjoyed as usual a lively social session, with an abun dance of gIod things to eat as a feature. The Junior "Prom. A triumph of artistic decoration as well as of charming hospitality, was the reception-dance given by the class of 1918, in honor of the senior class of the university, FPriday evening in the gymnasium on the campus. The juniors welcomed their guests in a scene of entrancing beauty. The decorating committee, whose chairman was Miss Alice Mathewson, had cov ered the bare walls of the gymnasium with white cloth outlined In panels with ropes of evergreen and vines. Evergreens were massed in corner and a graceful lattice work of vines picked out with Incandescent lights, made the hall a fairyland of beauty, At the east door, the enterprising decorators built a grotto from which gushed a spring of water to flow in realistlc reproduction of a mountain stream, The grotto made a refresh ing spot for serving punch to guests between dances. To strains of music now exhllerating and now dreamy, furnished acceptably by the Missoula club orohestra, a large crowd of young people danced or promenaded with every evidence of enjoyment and the junlors are sappy to believe that their glaests were pleased with the "prom," A le Party Mr. tad r,. P a. Lusk gave a bog party for the perfrmnione o 'o"Th Pin1k Ldy" at the Harpole th.ster MonIyI daevePtI.II Mise Olive wheeler ob gap Panslboo wa, %he polt of houor Invited to meet her were Lombard, Mir. Udw1a e Mises Dorolty st g, Wharton, Jesase Wh n, th, Dorothy Poileysl M . b t~o.e W alter MeLd, tilt M Ae , Prontesor Whit.ock; Cap. * tala City. Lltutenante Harding, Davts d Winton. Arter the play, thq ny adjourned to the Ltsk ho0seo Gerald avenue, where a maid night' r was followed by danclnl and c untill a late hour. Mils Wheeet was disrovered to possess a very - Ntititfl and highly trained voice and a.l ereponlded a number of tlime to impel'atvh requests for songs. Captaln, Mollny a'so sans and Lieu tenant Wintonh played several piano numbers. In Skeal Session, The section of the Ladles' Aid so clety of the Presbyterian church, whose eaptains are Mrs. lere Koch and Mrs. alnart 'rnuch, met Tuesday In social seession at the home of Mrs. VALSRIE MARIE MARION, The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Marion of this city, whose sixth birthday was celebrated with a pret ty party'at the Marion home on West Pine street Koch on geckwlth street. Appetislaing refreshmelnts were served by the hoe tesses and as the ladies sat chatting over their Coffcr cups they made plans for serving a luncheon In the church parlors, Thursday, July 4. As-You. L e It Club. Memb .Lnd guests of the As-You id ke-It lto the number of nearly 50 enjoyed 'he hospitality of Mrs. Hiram gneoies Tuesday afternoon In the social session that closes the club year. For the entertalnment of the ladles, Mrs. W. F. Hook played a piano solo, Mrs. Knowles read a delightful account of her own enjoyment of Dlckens' novels in her childhood, en titled. "The Dickens of My Youth;" 'Miss Ethd~ Hughes contributed a charming vocal solo to the program and Mrs. C. I,. F. Kellogg read a clever sketch In negro dialect, called "Aunt Jemima's Attack of Muffragl tis!" In concluslon, the company sang a song written expressly for the As You-LlkA,-It club by Mrs. Knowles. The remainder of the afternoon was spent In social converse over the tea cups. This closes what the members believe to be one of the most enjoy able as well as profitable years in the history of the organization. Anniversary Surpries. A large company of friends and neighbors surprised Mr. and Mrs. Vt. Germain, Monday evening at their home In torchard Homes, In honor of the thirtleth anniversary of their wed ding. They brought a handsome gift of pearl-handled knives as a souvenir of the anniversary. The evening was spent with cards and concluded with an elHaorate supper. A Novelty Shower. Missn ',tile Johnilsonl gave a pretty shower Wednesday evening for Mlis I,'rainces Leas ry, who is to he marristl next HeptI"'m her at hter hoenm in lihl)y Miss Johlnson's guellt were Hssmtnhled about a le.'llllllllly laid table for a spread of daintles such as apItpeal to the taste of university girls. After tile spread, the guest of hoinor was invited into the parlor ansd asn he ipassed through the doorway it white parasol hanging albove w:s1 made to shower its con tents uIplen her. Apple )loihssomln and Illacns were' mingled with packages of pretty things suitable for a bride's trousseau and with them canoe a %wealth of congratulations and good wishes for the bride's haplpiness. The evening w'as spent with a game of bridge, followed by dancing and sing ing. 'Thii guest list included Mes dames E'alkins, Mason, Derge, Leech: the Misses Frances and (Trace Ieary, Mary. E~ulna and Grace Rankin, Mar. garet and Abble Lucy, Jessie and Car rle Wharton, Florence Leech, Mildred Ingalls, I'harllne Johnson, Eva Coffeeo, Mabel ("owell, Dorothy Polleys, Isabel Ronan, Anapol Ross, Dorothy Sterling, Ruth Worden, Maude McCullough, Farrar Kennett, Alvena Hodgson, Gladine Lewli, Josephine Hunt and Anna Pohl. eor Mrs. Gunn, Mrs. John. Baflnt was hostess Wednesday at a pretty luncheon In the Elks' catfe, given in honor of Mrs. Nelson Gunn of Butte. Mrs. Baslnl's guests were Mrs. Gunn, Mrs, Oliver Harnqls, Mrs. David Hagerty and Mrs. J. MacArthur. Mrs. Peterewn Hotoees, Mrs. 0. F, Peterson was hostess wl.dnesday to 80 ladies who were qsked to spend . the afternoon with Mrs, Edwin Do4dd and are. A oble Leech, gusts , in the city, and . la. Miriam Rathaway, p . s to IIut tur$ on at .t tended trip thrusgh M.tlurope. The 4ie sepent & Y ' 4.l ghttit ater$noon visitlng over their gmdmework and later about the tea tabMt. Thee was, for .Mrs. Dodds and MU. Leech, each, a souvihir spoon to mark the occasion In memory, and for Mies Hathaway, a sunshine box of wrapped packages, which she is to open on the steamer with loving thoughts of home friends. A Happy Birthday. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, 1906 South fifth, street, west. Wednesday. tners was a delightful party In honor of th6 third birthday of lflorence Johnson. A large number of the little friends of the hostess gathered to oelsbrate the anniversary and to wish her many happy returns of the day. There were pretty games and the little folks had a fine lunch. The guests left many presents for the hostess of the occa sion. For Kappa Alpha Theta. Mrs. J. P. Rowe charmingly enter tained the members of Kappa Alpha Theta, their patronesses. Mrs. Bonner, :Mrs. Spottswood and Mrs. A. W. Wil cox, also their guest, Miss Donna )c Call, Tuesday afternoon at her home on University avenue. There were five tables of bridge and after the game tea was served from the card tables. Mrs. Inch Hostess. Mrs. Sidney Inch was hostess Tues day afternoon to the girls of the class of 1913, Missoula county high school. In rooms fragrant with lilacs and narcissus, the girls were charm Ingly entertalited with clever games of contest and msale both vocal and instrumental, followed by a daintily served tea. Those present were the Misses Pansy Evans. Kate Boles, Myrtle Armstrong, Helen Orr. Edna IChadwick. Alpha use., Irene Murray, Alpha Pierson, Loretta St. Germain, and Lulu ,Wright. O. K. Whist Club. The last meeting for the season of the O. K. Whist club was helld Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Nellie Arnold on Iast Front street. There, were' five tasbles of players. Including Mr. and Mrs. (harles Harnols, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Arms. Mrs. H. E. Itnl lister and C. Et. Arnold as guests, with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Presrott, Mr. and Mrs. C(harles Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kennedy, Mr, and Mrs. W. I'. Maclay, Mr. andi Mrs. William Smith, and William Keating. members pres ent. Prises were won by Mrs. Maclay, C'harles Marsh and Mr. and Mrs. Prescrott. The hostess was assisted in serving the plencl supper, which was even more elaborate than usual be cause it was the final meeting, by Misses Doris Preseott. IL. Prescott, L. Smith. Helen Arnold and Marguerite 1'eelreeht. Guests at Luncheon. Mrs. J. J. Buckley hald as guests at luncheon yesterday in her home on (Ge.rald avenue, Mesndames H. T. Wll kinson. Arble AL.ech, H. S. G(atley, C. A. Barnes, (heorge Brigg,. C. H. Me. l.eod. J. M. Keith. ,D. J. Donohue, J. M. Whiter of Butte, Norton of Victor, F. T. 14terling. Kenneth Ross. W. M. lchkforld, Miss Marjorie Ross and Miss Jean lStephen. The choice menu was serv.l upon it table richly appointed andl adorned with tulips and llacsn. After luncheon the ladlies lspent the iafternoon Informally visiting. Saturday Afternoon Whist Club. Mrs. A. A. Mutnch was hosteas yea today for tile Saturday Afternen Whist club at her home on Weat Cedar street. Twelve ladles played the game alnd prizes were won by Mrs. Campp hIell and Mrs. Ialthart. Lunch was served fromll the carid talles after the gaime. Executive Board Meets. "An important meeting of the newly eqleted execeutive board of the Mi. soula Woman's club was hleld yester lday at the hlonme of its president. Mrs. J. H:. Power. After disposing of some rolutine business, the ladlles devoted llthemnselves to furthllerlng hplans for the representation of this club at the state, federation meeting in RButte. The del egates who eXlpect to' leave Missaoula ,en the morning of June 12 are Men. dames J. l. Pwer. T. R. Thompnson, IH. F. ('arey, -M. T. llandliann, Fred McDonald, J. M. Evans, Miss Minnie Spurgln. Tilhe alternates are MeadameIs W. W. 'Blerry. J. W. Iteely and t lera Koclh. Lsdies' Gulld Meats. TIhec reguhlar monthly Iluslneln mreet. Ins of the I.ldiea' guild of the IJpis. copal churrceh will be held at the holnie of Mrs. tieorge Ilrlggs, 207 Iaslt Pine streeet., Thurselay afternmoon at 2:30 ,'clock. The President's Reception. I)r. Duniway and the senior ,lass of the university will be hosts and hostesses to all friends of the class and of the university next Thursday evening In the gymnasilum. No In dividual Invitations are being sent, but all friends who would he pleased to meet the president and the class of 1913 are cordially Invited. All the ladles and gentlemen of the faculty are Invited to help make the evening a success. Five Years Old. 'Miss Ruth Virginla Hoyt had a spe cial birthday treat last Wednesday afternoon to celebrate the event of being five years old. Nine. little peo. ple spent a happy afternoon playing games in the Hoyt home on South Sixth street. At supper time they were seated about a table loaded with good things to eat. Besides a large birthday cake trimmed with candles, there was a small cake at each lit. tle girrl' plate with a daintily dressed doll perched in the frosting to be car ried home for a souvenir of the party. V,. W. 0. A. Coentet End. ailthfully cllmbing up the minia ture Mount Lentinel which has ap. peared In the Hilgins avenue dis play window of the Missoula Mer cantile company, the 'little figures have carried their banners in the membership contest for the Younk Women's Chrlstlan assolation waged during the last two weeks. The con test closed last evennlg and the yel= low banner ari stlU ib h4 with t DAo your photorahgcIu somttim* i We shall be glad to do your prlntlngon Cyko Pape, Aso for sale In several grades and surfaces. Ansco Film, cameras and all photographic supplies. Missoula Art Co. Higgins Avenue Next to Bridge _ ___ names to the credit of Miss IAura tillithorp and her active lieutenants. The red banner showed 11i names for Miss ldith Hanvard and her helpers. Miss Rowe had t11 names and Missne Rummel 2(. This means paid mem berships in the associatlon for the year 1912-12, as no promises were counte,d unless the dollar aceompanied the ceard. With those who had patu their fees for the new year. olow`re the opening of the contest, the fut paid membership now amounts to 23N3 and other nanmes have been prom ined. That gives a good working basis for the coming year and the out look In truly encouraging for enlarge ment in fields and means of servlce to be rendered the young women of Missoula by their Y. W. ('. A. Her Sixth Birthday. Miss Valerlie Marie Marion had a party to celebrate her sixth birthday. Fifteen little boys and girls were guests at the Marion home on West Pine street, and they splent a very hatppy afternoon with games, inlnsh Ing up with a birthday supper that was pretty to look at and good to eat. Complimentary Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Henry (lreCnhood en tertained at dinner 'riday evening in compliment to O). H. (irunfolder a. Rohemkt, a schooltnate of Mr. Green hood's, who has been a guest in MIs eoulht during the week. Bans to Be Published. The bans are to be published in the church of lt. Francis Xavier, for the first time today, of the wedding of Misse adle Morris and Thomas Mur phy, which has been appointed for June 12. The ybung people are very popular and the wedding will inter eit lmany friends. For Miss Boyd. A novelty shower was given in honn or of Miss Nellie lloyd Inast Thursday afterllnoon hby Misses 1dith and tls.i Hetrweg. The afternoon was devoted to gaomes', tmusic and refreshments. Many beantliful gifts were showered tIlman Miss lloyd, who Is teo be a Junlll bride. Those who were presen1 Thulrsday lto give ctongratulatinsl atilnd goeod wishes to the guest of holnor were the Misses Fredta Iie'kler, Htella ~Hters, Marie (:ouvette, Theresa Jones, I.va aclnd Almca lBoyd and l ilith and !'lsii Herweg. A Birthday Surprise. Mien Edith llt'rweg was give'n a dlA. llghtfUl nurprise in honolr of her birtlh. day last Sundaly. The eveninrg was spc.nt playing carlds and prirses wec,, won by Misses Mahaiela p(reen, Nellie liyd and Madeline Kelley, Mesirs. D)anlier, Luhnl and lalne. An en joyabiu supper contplcleted the evening. Those presnult were the Misser lra. (|randeur, (ireen, Kelly, Boyd, Plynn, E.dith and .lsle Herwoe: Messrs. ltian, L)angler, Mage., lane, I;a 41rlandeollr, (tibs.w, Arnold, Alphonsen' .Ltarandlelar; Mesdanmes iaOrandleur, Kelly and lierweg. Mrs. Van Spanokeren, Elocutionist. Mrs. 1r3. II1.Van Hpanckeren, whao is now at resident In Park addition, has on various occasions during the iast winter charmed small groups of friends who have had thel privilege of hearing her read. Her first formal appearance before the Missoula pub. lle will be made next Tuesday even Ing at the Baptist church when she will read J. M. jlarrie's beautiful story, "The Ittle Minister." lBefore her marriage, Mrs. Van Spanckeren, then 1Othel Leland, was at the head arf the department of elocution in Cen tral university at Polla, Iowa. She has given public readings In numerous cities of Iowa and Illinois, always re warded with a sheaf of praise and high appreciation of her artistlc work. The ladles of the BiaptUt church are to be congratulated upon arranging this opportunity for the Missoula pub lie to hear Mrs. Van Bpanckeren. Cfeetsria till Closed. There have been delays In the work being done at the Young Wornm en's Christian association home in connection with its enlargement of quarters and It is still impossible to serve meals In the cafeteria. .The secretaries, Miss Houston and Miss Shepard, hope the rooms may be ready for service early In the week, but the day cannot be stated with as surance. Announcement will be made in the paper as soon as possible, Veung4.iengiey. Mgloula's first June bride in 1913 is Mrs. W. D. Longley, before her marriage Miss Maude B. Young.' The wedding was solemnlsed last evening at thei home of Rev, and Mrs. C. .. AMlen, Jr. The bride's sister, Urs. S.H". Showalter, was her attendant and C. 4. Beaman attended the groom. 'I. an Mrs. Longley left last eIovalsI for a wedding Ijurney to Californal, Thsy wril return later to maike tbhel home /n this oity where Mr. Lonlrlly is engaged in the butoh erltj bu ltprn OR. OUNIAY'S CLASS GRADUATES THURSDAY (c'ontinued Prom Page One) It is an important class, this, that is leaving the university this week. In reality commencement week has alreadyv begun. Many of the proud par ents and doting sisters and brothers of the graduating class members are in Missoula, ready to partake In the fes tivities and solemnities of the week. Friday the week was ushered In with the president's supper and the junior prom. This week the cap and gown will rule things in earnest. The seniors have a week in which they are, In truth, the rulers of the campus. This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock Dr. (. D. Wolfe of Butte will preach the baccalaureate sermon in University hall. Dr. Wolfe is already well known in Missoula and his reputation as a speaker of grace and eloquence Insures the excellence of the sermon today. There will be room in the hall for all who wish to hear Dr. Wolfe, and the public is urged to attend. Otn Monday evening the annual re cital of the department of music will be held in University hall under the di rection of Professor Gustave Fslacher. A splendid program has been arranged for the' evening and the recital should be a genuine treat for all music lovers. The senior class will appear formally in class day exercises on Wednesday morning at 10:80 o'clock. The class day program provides a relief for the fun and trlvolty hidden under grave cap and gown and breaks pleasantly into a week of more serious events. The clss will, prophecy and history will be read, as is the custom, and other stunts will be produced. It is proathle' that ai game or basketball will be played In the afternoon. Thursday. June 6, is commencement day. At 10:a3 a. mn.. Dr. 8. B. I,. Pen. rosen, president of Whitman college, will deliver the conmme'ncement address in tTnlversity hall. Dr. Penrose comnes here with it splendid record as an ed ueator and a speaker, and hi address is bound to be well worth hearing. At the conclusion of the address the an nual ulniverslt y llncheon, at which the seniors are guests of honor, will be held in ('raig hall. The speakers, the faullty, the alumni and a few invited guests will attend the luncheon, which will be devoted to it discussion of the Utniverslty tf Montana and its needs. In the eve'ning the collegiate year will end with the president's reception in the' gymlllnaslum. to which all Mlssoula people are c'ordally invited. sehool of Musio, Tl'he followlng program has been ar ranged for the annual recital of the school of music on Monday night: Overture. "Mathurln" (H. Welts) University orchestra Pluno, Bola, "Regatta Veneteinne" (i'. Liszt), Illllan Longfelt. "Ave Marla," for violin, cello, harp anl organ, (Hlach-4iounod), Professor Plischer, Margaret 'lischer. Hans F.l cher, (?larlsa Spenlcer. Vocal Holo, "lorgotten" (Eugene Cowles), M's. A. E. Denton. Plano Solo, "ily Moonlight" (Bendel). Merle Kettlewell. (a) "Anlothonly's l.ove ong," (b) "Egyptlun Dance,," from Sdite Clea-n patra (Oehmler). University orchestra. Harp Solo, "Serenade" (Oberthur), Margaret Fischer. Piano Solo, "Fantasia Huguenots" (Meyeriier), Ruth James. (a) "Evenlng Song" (Robt. Schu mann), (b) "Guitar Player" (Ludwllg Schytte), University trio. Piano Solo, "Fentasla from Sum mernlght's Dream" (Mondelssohn Smith), Alice Hardenburgh. Helection, "II Trovatore" (Verdl Rob erts), University Orchestra: Gladys Huffman, Mabel Lyden, Shirlie Shunk, Clarissa Spencer, Hans 'Filchber and Professor Fischer. 0OLDIIR KILLID IN IRAWL., Cheyenne, Wyo., June' 1.-In a drunken brawl in the restricted dlls trict of this olty, Samuel Schioklin, a private of Battery 8, Fourth field artillery, was killed shortly after midnllht last night, Witnesses say be was knocked down by Sergesat Walter C. Krug of the same battery, and as he lay prone, was kicked In the temple by Private George Peace. Krug was arrested by the police. Peace made his way to his barraoks at Fort Russell, where a sentry balt. ed him. He 4urned to run and was . shot through both legs before subi :_ mitting to arrest, Eash age of our lIves has 014 people sould be· are Ibei Mltlro