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r ,ni$'eý. % +r~Mr wýMýýk +a4.il M by tesdher 'iton o Miss'oi Boso s ii asiine furnished pleasIntag sault a*tl ..Rp Two nlew melnbet .We. takesl the olub. Mr: WVkrner wat asdaited by ý inefroerk, hirs, 3 eowtlI and t)ain Ildie Milne W "aOe served freftehintl st r -h 6ett tr wlt be held with U. M . . C h~Jp so at. l bhorne on Prine street. P.s Ms..i - SutseIs . arpdee -mske4 y tleiar- her home on 'Wo sh. ingtdn, steet Eiday, by way of a welooate tor, Mis Nula Butlirn, who rebnntºy" h.n entome from 1P0 ° yi sa Ltudy' abaFloag r nusement, t., youur l.tdies v -ree ° s .ei slelted ms aine astory to mael as gqod as new .In f guessllhn ontest. The tlyn of ttlLe pussle, the pleasure of visilttl totbsher and the" tea: served by the hostess, with the as stliance of Miss Champlin and dlis Vlh ngsile~Aiaade the Cfterooog one v4sy deltghtftl, y A deooatlyv6 ffect in pink at white was exquisitely followed with srbet pas andt carnati.bti aid With place cards, favors and bdoGons. The wuests were Mesdames C Al. Bisbee, Prank Bonner, Charles Parmer: the Misses ulsa autserin, Mamle Burke, Gladys"'¶eese, V, D Champlln, Flor ence Matthews, dlah Vasl npglen, Bdna Chadwlack, Jesule and Isa Cun nllnghm. Cecil Kramer. Edina Follen steiner Iud aMiud. Jbhnson. A Weleme Heae. iTelghbors and frlends, .to the num ber of 40, assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylos, west of town; Friday evenlng, to welcome hope rneSt i..yo,-. ho lihas Just returned. fromin a thre months' -visit In Seattle. The evening was made enjoyable with aeiis. reeltations, music and refreshments. T.*e 5lks' Olanes.. The soolal dance liven by the Elks. Thursday eveninl in 'the ballroom of the clubhouse . was-.one of the most supopaosif , irts klnd%, Afopt.80 co;. ples of congenial: ,ounr people do and visited, Intersperslng dasoe, num' bers with muslc in the parlers and supper in the cafe. Reesption to New $eudente. The faculty and students .who have come, to take part In the sammer school of the uduversity were wel comed at a reception given Friday evening In the parlors'of Craig hall. There were at leaut l5 present of res idents and new-comers to spend a de lightful evening togther!. Music. danoUlg and light refreshments were pleasant featurb making acqualutaineo easy. Y. It C. A. Outing. An outing has been arranged by the Young Women's Christian association for July 4, which will prove highly enjoyable for all young ladlei who ian make arrangements to partolcpate. There will be a tilp over the reserva tion as far as Somers for those who care to go so far; or to St. Ignatius or, Poison, .ates, of transportation have been arranged, Including. rail road fare, hotel acocommodatlons, the boat trip to Somers and the etpense .of boatingl and driving during a week's stay at Somers. Information In re gard to the outing, will hbe gladly given by Msl BShlperd at the assoola tion home on asit Cedar street. Meagher-Vessey. Miss Margaret M. Meagher h04 Thomas Otoskton Veasey were mar.: ted. Wednesday evening at : 30 o'clock in the beautiful bunga'ow home of the bride's parents. Mr..and Mrs. Charles Ea Meagher, up the Rattlasnake val ley. Rev. Fathee Qwiser performed the ceremony In the presdre of 'a few relastlvegd .tlmati-qfriends of thf" i·:~ ~c-lz~l: A--:~ i Youtr Las Portraits Did you;likw thmii? Did they please y. I I o .I rspeqt' . . . Do iw that I absolutely gusr an .sat r # o . . i 4avtf i'iw i tii takep by ie r +6.. i e. n t n l it l ,.i ti- . fe i y may br(1 *0ft, 14r and .-vbm !..er or get yeur, money boI 4 want more ltsp s run (al lhe risk-you have otf injo ls. r .n , V,, - ·aY ý ". , , B, ' t e 'ssteaId * I ;+ '·8 ' . :'; ;;+ ·~1'::'+; `"-.'+,++. ,'i.+. .. .. .. . ..., +.+ "+..+ .,+'d+',+,++ . " +. r .. ..+ .. .+ ++++ + "'' . - b1pdopey, tbwhi l Qeip a d * . u ud d dau and : hie totr hbridesmaidsi targ1eite 0 0 . -M ary Ioo4i *¶irrtoii', n." alll. 'Dottchet ehi d einaklng with broad White rib* bth*ann istle .om rt sh doorWay to the itat. Rdt tihltoiariy Meaghhr, three ye.rs old,. alked betfwe her sister, the bideh, Atrcon her patl tl. ftonVers as she advanoad, awestedl u her fath: at. groom, attended h~lnK s. i brotbierth 1 Parker ; se' er ia4 the priest were wlting t the Alt.t -ter the (olemig '.nremony 4t marriage servlie *as conaluded Otai d asil.,id ad Sbe. W their most iloerne congrateul t$Os and gopp wlesh, tupoh Mr. and Mtra. VeIea,- thee was served a wed dig suppelr ti keeping with the time E.d pla.eO. One~ prett3,Ltur of the ning was, the photogiah'lng of the diltgi peaty out of dors oun the IM$Ii. The bride, with her veil caught to her hair with lilies of the valley, and a great shesa of leater lilies In her arms, the little flower girl carry lag her basket of plnk bloesoms, the br.deanl4ts, all in white, wearinl pale pink lace ecap and carrying sheyt bouquets at pile plnk peonles, wre photographed in groups and slagly. the pltiies will make tr.usuhr Tkepelkes. Each bridesmaild also had a gold flower pnl with her name and the.date engraved iipon It as a giftt from the groom. Mr. end Mrs. Vease. sarted last evening upon their wed. din Jbutney to Alaska. They will re. torn late In the summer to be'at home In Anaconda, where Mr. Veasey iL c*hler in the Daly Bank & Triijt company of that city. Charles 3. Meagher, Mrs. Veaey's fthIpr, has been eminent In poltlical and business cirles In BSua for a long time and counts his rlen¢s In large numbers throughout the state. rotm this bost of friends have come glfts and congratulatlons Innumerable. pirst Birthday Party. Wednesday William A. Nayes, Jr., was one year'old and there was a party for him at' the home of his par nts. M. and Mrs. William A. Nayes, 184 Vine . stroet. The little host bn tertalned the children of the nelghbor hood and there were the good things to eat that dhildren atppreolate. Moeis- Murphy. Mies Sadle Regina Morris and Thomas Alfred Murphy were married at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning in the church of St. Francis Xavier with nuptial mass celebrated by Rev. Fath-. er Delon. About 150 friends witnessed' the ceremony. Miess, Lillan Reeves played Mendelssohn's weddlpg march and' th -Sliters of Charity sang dur ing the service. Both the bride and! her maid of honor, Miss Ethel 'Marph$ wore tailored suits of champaglhe-ol ored cloth and both had white picture hats. The bride carried a shower. bouquet of white roses. The groom was 'attended by his brother, Frank IMurphy, -of Spokane. After the care mony, there was served a wedding, breakfast at the home of Mr. And Mrs. W. E. Johnston in Daly addition, to 18 doests, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Murphy, Rev. Father Delon, Mrs. Joseph Buck. bouse, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Harriq Miss Ethel Murphy, Miss Lillian Ieeves, Frank. MUrphy, John Mason, and Mr. nd Mrs. W. 3. Johnston. At noon Mr, and Mrs. Murphy started upon their JOurney to the Pacific coast, accompanied by numerous joyful achievements in the way of old shoes and red hearts. At iAm.ehera, Miss Dorothy Sterling entertained at luncheon :Monday In compliment to Miss Mary Flood, Miss IHalli Boucher and Miss Jessie Wharton of 8ptte, who are this week guests in Mistoula. Twelve young ladies found their place desllnated by cleverly ohosen. verses chaRacterlstlc of each at a... table' daintily appointed for . eel,. S. isl . Daugh! teit U tlllrmt5E* the last for .j aºtiooty, Plante *re -corm. .pltedo 4tea to be given by the so iety at, the home of Mrs. P. L. Dar bee, probably Juer S2. Mrs,.It.er -HeillLt . .... .. Mrs, w..,e Menip was hosste at an afteraoun tee, Thu.iday, ij oompll moet to her dailhter, Mia Blernioe Remapt.-Who has just returned toa.t hepr' yes study in the Montana state oollige at Boseman. The beautitul new home .o St. and Mrs. Ke!mp on Catnlit averue, wes m Made eveon more bipntitul with masse. of plnk and wlilt. fiowir anr d Ireenery. Guests 4r4e and Went during the hours from a oolook- until ,, welcoeled by the obarningl haoits and, her daughter, who .wre "M"ted "by Mrs. Ogorae Brlggs, Mri. Kenneth Ross and Mrs. J. A. Miles in the reception rooms and by the Misses Dorothy, and Eileen Donohue, Anna 'Morenasle, Chrissy Donlan, Jane 'loane and Gasella Soloasberg, In the dining room. A MeHoueWartlng. Friends from town and neighbors, about 1*9 altogether, made a house warumlng suprlsel for Mr. and Mrs. Angus Canmieern, Thursday evening, to celebrate the bulldlng of their new home a few miles southwest of the city, The evening was given over mioitly tq, danng In the new house to tnsptlti6g music, furnished by ites 4elk4>p Anderson and W. E. Johbuitoie. Refreshments .were served at midnlight and the party cohtinued until early ~norning hours. With .Jked ind Musli - Mrs. F. C. Soloeuch and Mrs. H. H. Parsons entertained 45 friends with cards and music Friday evelnl at the bohetch home on South PFiftth street. west. Miss Gertrude Sl,.anv and Mishl Olive Wheeler were the guests of special honor. There were lovely decorative effects with'red popples and white roses in the living room, yellow and purple Iris In the library and yellow roges In the dining room. After a lively game .of "500" there was a treat of muslo furnished by tale.ted ones among the guests and then a, faout' of good thfuig to eat served by the' hostesses. PERMA BRIEFS Perms, dune 16.-(Peecial.)-T.he Perms Mercantile company is noving it. tore 'o the corner lot on tle street frop the bridge to the new depot. J. J. o$ts of. Camas Prairie is doing the work. Tbhe stookyards are nearing comple. tiots. T.ienty-two cars of cattle and horpes.. wilt be shipped to various points, the first of thle week. The stork visited the home of Mr. and 'Mr. A. M. Johnson of Green spring this mornlng and. left an eight= wnd-one.halt pound boy. Dr. Hsttery of plains was the attending phyicioan. Mqtgler and son are doing nicely. Mrs. Maude Jones is on the slok list. Mr. A. Kleine of Camas Prairie went, to Plains today. A. T. Houser of Caipam Praile9 came to Perma after a load of lumber. Mr.-'Rotser bought the Pete Standard place. W. W. PFrmer of Camas Prairle was in town Friday. PARADISE NOTES Paradis, J luqe 1b.-(Special.).-Th Odd 'Fellows lodge of Plains sent a delpgajttl..lut ,uwlday to decorate the graves of their brothers who are buried In the' Pradise cemetery. T. M; Denny, who has"been day vardmngeteb. slace the division point wa ".,nrd at Paradise; has been traserred, to Centralia. Wash. Mr. an( Mrs. Benny left last Thursday for their new home, followe4 by the well |wishes bf a host of friends. Qljit Tuesday afternoon at Plaina the last pad ,rite, were performed over the. body of Dpp MoClaren, an old. time resident ot. Paradise vlJldy. Mr, MoCliarti had heei an old-time friend and employe of W. B. irussell and was takep to Plains a few 4pys betore, where . his death oeourred Sunday morning. I aWlter Mays. and family, from alpsy, Wash., are spending their ya. atie.* witth rai. Mays' mother, Mrs. . Dv Peek of Thompson made a trip to' PaSadise. l.ll Week.' The doctor's offoisil duty i- M:health offieor for Saa4ers county: gav hJ)n an opportu. nity to renew his acquaintances in slusdis& 'I W. Skwlton 4f ikhorn. Mont., has sooated the position as prinoipal of . school for the orpling year. ;1aelal aid MrS, Skelttn will, move to Patdted at the coto of their sum. ume" vetlon. . A. 1.t ikLun, Lnouie. Li.den, Fred Caae aid 4 b. Poupt, :lift last. Wednesday i.ua ug for evitl days'4 asmrt lug t I '.e i Not Springs. rCa sad SRitr i4aam ye sapenare at, ýý,.y, .u.' 1 ho 'hal, tns-v ':me zwill give li Us evening t Suest, Mi tln fday evening.. ive A yed by tihe ladle, ta'r teas served a two eou ~the house wU dee. drtand flower., Boore east of its and pink liblnot weves _ 1s g Case announced ti.' et afjo Watson and her ,.aae whoie marriage to homt latter part of June. he ot t guests were Mies ildarl Ruth Beebe of Mli - gregational. "C:oroir f lirth and Chestnut streets ier . ilurtner, minister; rs-ldee. ntiae, th Sixth street weit; Bell phone, 101-Morning worship at 10:46 o'clool slubIect of sermon, *LMan toutls" solo "One Sweetly . Solemn Thought" (Aibrose). by Miss Evelyn Thomuas;u nday school at 13:10 p. m., R. 'T. Ct.alIhaph, superintendent; sub je;i for dis aslton in men's class, 'GambUlng;" a. stlun Endeavor at ? p. m., topic. "The Duty of Belnl Pleas ant'" Pgslm 213:1-3. Mrs. Bulls, lefder; evening service at 8 o'clock; 0. C. Riee will llns a solo: subject of sermnon, "Jesus' way of Thinking;" midweek meeting fIr prayer and Bible study Wednesday at a p. m.: Sunday school lesson for n'ext Sunday, .All will receive a welcome at these serv ices. Nerwegian Lutheran. Corner of H les and South Sixth streets; Gustav Mertz, pastor-Even ing services.will berin at 8 o'clock and will ,be held in the Norwegian lan guage; Victor Laren,. etudent of theology, will preach. Christian So:enoe. Corner of Pine and Pattee streets Services Sunday at it a. m.; subject of lesson sermon, "God, the Preserver of Man;" Sunday OchonI at 12 noon; tes timonial meetingl Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Pub$le cordially invited to attend the serlice. and visit the reading room. First M, E., South. * Corner South SBpth west and Hazel streets; O. H. G .! , pastor; realdence, I07 South Sixth street west: Bell phone, 802; Indep~tndent, 728-Preaeh ian at 11, a. m. and i p. m.; Sunday school at 12:15 p. n .; Juniop rEpworth League at 3:30 .-*.l German vaengelieal Lutheran. Corner of,; iHael and South Sixth streetsj Gustav Merts, pastor; resl dence, 226 Edith street: Bell phone. 1078; Independent phone, 1264-Morning wo'rshlp Will begin at 11 o'clock and will be held in the German language Sunday school ,besgt at ,J:10 o'clock. and Is held in the ' ngllqh language; no evening worship until the last Sunday in June. Calvary Chriptian. Harold H. Oriffis, pastor; office In rear of church; Hell phone, 1094; Inde pendent phone. ;74---unday services; Preaching by the pastor In the morn ing at 10:45 anti in the evening at 8: in .the morning the pastor will give a report of thie state convention which be attended In lozmtman last week; In the evening he will preach on the theme, "They Ilwallty of the Unseen;" Bible school at 12:15 p. mi; ,to every mia who will remain for the nlasa In social Christianity the pastor will pre sent a copy of the great pamphlet put out by the Indiana state board of health and entitled; *%1oolal Hygiene ,, , i r, -- - rAHUilS A AMERIGCAr We.s 4 W return. T 191 on the Idoal' PalCtialruint C. .. WORLD Unpack your trunk In your stateroom when you lave-repack when you return. eb. 2l7, 1913, on the Palatial Cruising S. &'Clevland Enjo0 T a)If The detalae l 110 Days *650 W includes all es s r ox S afloa.l.. or . . Guds FeesF tc. ., B ' ii DORMITORIES Of ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. MISS NETTIE M. GALBRAITH, Principal of St. Paul's Episcopal School For Girls OF WALLA WALLA, WASH. Is in Missoula at the Florence Hotel and will remain here until Monday evening. Miss Galbraith will be pleased to meet parents or students who will be inter ested in St. Paul's school for the coming year. She will be at the Florence Hotelafternoons, between the hours of 3 and 6, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. St. Paul's school was founded in 1872, and is a resident and day school for girls. Primary, intermediate, academic, special and post graduate courses are offered. There are departments of vocal and instrumental music, painting, drawing and expression. Personal Attention, Refining Influences and Thorough Work vs. the Sexpal Plague;" ('hrlstlan ',n deavor me'etlng at 6:45. tople, "'rTP Duty of Ilit'ing Pleusalint," MiNss lur ence Shull, hleder; service for prayer and Biblle study on Wednesday evten Ing at 8 o'clock; subject of liesson, "The Pailnble of the Mustard Heeld;" the Ladles' Aid luc.iety will nleet Thllursday alftlerlniin at th11 churchl. Church of the Holy Spirit. It. H. (iltley, rectotr 'herl. will 1,e no st'rvl'e s oni Hullday Ias the rector will be ini Anlatnda aittendling the dioensan 'InventIIon; theill unlldly tshool will miei'eat 1 it o' ot'k ulsm In Stend of 12:1.,; Ithe ,.s'I4al which was Itl hlave biwen held .at thI hoe ot . Mrs. 'T. A. ,itzgl.rull lln ThIIursdayl evenilg will lie )ostpolnd , nlll ill lll 1111 Thi iev. V. Ii. L.inley of Klhispell, who Iwas rec'tr of till t chlorth llo tilte Holy Spirit Ifor 17 years. hais iten the guest of iet. If. H. (tuntley during the past week. Mr. Linley and Mr. and Mrs. (luttey left for Anlatnda tlln at urdi.y mol ing 4to itt'end th Il 4il''t'5tin 'onventltoJ. Mrs. (latle.y will repre enlt thie 1.11111 ' guIld Id the Wlt . in an'is Piti'ot"ll n 411111and MisliIonary snIlity of thle Ionveontiot. EM. N. liedell will 'be thlte laly represnta ti vu frol till iltrish. The IJlventioln will lstl until Wednesday afterlnoon, June' 19. First Methodist Episcopal. , Corlner of Main andlll Washinlgton streets; J. W. Bltnnett, plsltor; rent. dence,, 016 asnet Main street; liouse Bell phone NIo. 30; hIndelndet.t Nl. 7119; study It*11 pthone No. 10; und' Ipendenlt No. 7199-Clau n meeting iat 10:15, Mrs. Hmlly liuskin, leader; pub lie woirhip at 10:45 a. n., tople, "The Flounittain of Knlowldge," )Dr. Blovard of Helena; sunday schloIol at 12:15 ip. m., J'. BI. Patterson, superintendent; '10pworthi League at 7 p. min.; evening service at x o'clock, subject, "Christlan Education;" weekly servhle, prayer meeting on Weidnulday evening is ex o'clock. A eorrdial Invittltion is oex tended to all. Methodist Music. Music for 4iunday services at the First Methodist Elplcopal church will be as follows: Morning. Anthem, "Praise thu Lord" (Wil Ilams), tenor solo, T. H. Dunstan. Soprano rolo, "Only Waiting" (T. D,. Williwms), Mrs. W. IB. 4tosu. Evening. Anthem, "The Hun Is ilnklng Fast" (Lorenz), soprano solo, Mrs. T, H. Dunstan; alto solo, Mrs. Frankle Val entine. Organ recital at 7:45 o'clock, pre Svius to the evening service, at which time Mrs. Ifchuttes will play several numbers; among those will be "Can sonetta" (ltollunder), "Le louplr" (ckhaad). Daly Addition Sel~nd M. E. Uunday~ chool at I o'clock; George Blackler, superintende.t. Ivuryone is welcome, Immanuel .aptist , Pine and Woody streets-10:45 a, m. worship and sirvice, preaching iTy the pastor, Rev. O, S. Allen, Jr., D. D.I 111.5 a. mi.. Bii1e school; 7 p, m., . P., V. U, gervlcla, tMo, l The Duty of, Bei, ni ,Pleeaesatpt' 1, Rarold .. High;' eor; I p. in., WOorhlip ind service. (*mon by the pastor; Monday ovetn Ihg, Brothehood meeting in the l urt'ah; Viw'atl'aodlyat it i tI. in.. pira er r andI prasl' e llNi . rvil'c; Tl urllraluy alfti"r timii. I.ndl a' Aitl ailety win nhieett with Mtrs. I. It. Iltnlltunnlk In eIrchardl I tIIuntit"is. First Presbyterian. a'rnl.lr of lin'l andli Nt Iv'.i' slitr(e to; 'tev. J. N. A) le an. I). Ii., in llteh r; reildence, i2t Ntev. na itr,,! 'ubhlle w 2Arhtipll t 10:4t; it. WI. an'. N isp. Ina.; utl daly l .ral l i t '. 17. 4 in.; Y. i'. .I r. i'. i . at 7 t I. i i, ; trangeru i and vlait oaro will fla inda Ttlr welcla' at any Ind. all. $. tIi 'ii 'ao trvith'i. Swedish Lutheran. 42 ER A Eldr 1tr.t; it'v. W. '. TH E:Rh.rg, pator ; riut lslen, 417 mroulthl Third strele; Trllphonne. ,MIl| rId -.4n1lay -bhn lov at 10 ui, i ; iprl tlhler , ait lg it. wnl. l an lJu .. Ii.; th,,e Young o.arple.il ilng eiter r Thuray to nbe extenddP. ulcr ly wkl. Fourteen cnmpanlies In the 11nltbal States, t"nnadit lilnd M'exIe' are opir. ating or bullilding electrical tranarnis alotl systemns iof 100,000 or iumore voults capacity. A 120-1-)horoapuw'r gaioliIIne fireo atI gine that (n' tIravl 3la millles an Ihiuur anl pulimpl 744 gallnts of wateoir a -milnt l 1', reently altled to thel Nwe York fir.' d'tapurtltment, Is said to be the Excursions VIA Oregon Short Line From Butte, Anaconda and Helena to Chicago, Milwaukee and return .............................. ......................... 50 St. Iouis, Mo.; Rook Island, Ill.; Davenport, Iowa, and return, $54.00 Peoria, Ill., and return ..................................................... 55.15 St. Paul and Minneapolis and return (rate applies from Butte and Anan conda only) ................................................................. ......... 45.00 Mslsourl river terminals, 4ioux City to Kansas City, and return, $45.00 Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and return ................................ 7.50 )Des Moln;s, Iowa, and return ................................... ........................... 4T.O Tickets on sale June 7, 8, 10, 11, 114 15, 20, 1, 22, ,9; July 3, 12, 20; August 1, ,23, 31; September 4, 3; open going transit hint 10 days; final return limit October 31. Make Pullman Reservations Early For rates from other.Montana points, information as tb diverse routes and ~fgl particular OtIal 4,t or address this office. E. A. SH EWE 2 North Main Street, Butte, Monta~a mout ipowerfull :mil em1oat e'()tlly pfl(ece of firn ii|ptrptiilua In I 1i wmnrld. A wire supportL to, hold it watch up rliht "t llen onI a filt surface and which in r t- folded against the watch when carried II thet pocket, has been patented. Coming out every time you comb it is the falling hair ruining that beautiful thick and wavy hair that you are as proud of and treaure so much ? You can stop the falling out and re. store those gray hairs to their natural color just as soon as you begin to use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH. Don't delay -don't run the risk of losing altogether, with thin, scraggllly, gray hair yeour beauty and youthful appearance. Keep your hair natural colored, thick and glossy, and you will always keep your good looks. It is not a dye. $ 1.00 and SOa at brut Stosa or direc a se eceipt of price sad dealers same. Sead 10. feo trial bttle. Phllo Hay Spea. Co.. Newark, N. J. t'or Saul and retlinlmlaadd by l.tr. den ilty ])rug Co.