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Weddings and sleigh rides have heod chief place on the soiil calendar itl Missoula dur'ng the week, although two operas well vtorth while, several dlancing parties and nluilnrousl delight ful honte parties have funtlit e'ach a place for itself. Dlep snow and col.] had no power to (,hill the ardor of Mis soula society rpeopi'e on plasure intent; in fact. their brisk steps andi siparkling faces hav'e approvet the weathler, antd e\ory .ihr, las been'll lailith'v' atndl good cheer. The ontie exveptiotl has bee'l. perhap] s, in sch-iol c'irCli's. for it t ias xamlinitt ;lion wta-k. Studmhtts and te;Ieh .rs alike have been plhnged detp into the tidy of tronuble lthat sueveps te ti everv siemstert"> end. It is iver nii and thankifutlly thei young I'pl'' toire I) the new oppiortuniity that 'mn.es with the hbeginning of the last half of th, schOOl year tomorrow mortling, At Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cham!."rlnin en tertained at dlinner Sunlaiy ii thir ranch home southwest of V\i tir, theI guests of splecial honor lein Mir. ralll Mrs. W. A. Chambetrlain, 1l"ho were ecently inarriedl. 'ter. ', i, la' fior IS at the tilde ,beaul tifully al nl,, elld. I iand a seven-(cit- rse dinnt-r teas sired.. I fink and gr.-i.e te r, t,, lprevailing colors in flrail decorations ail place favors. Donald and Bertram Stewart Hosts. Donald and t.he'rtramln Stewart were hosts l'outd y evening to a lively cote pany of young pe.)p' who ,,njoyed the hielights if a sleigh ride ftr several hours, chalperone.(tl by ilrs. E dwa\ir1 Christian, Jr. At the Ind of the ride the company rel'trnei l to the St. - rtl hone iion North S.-. ini stree.lt fI' sai"l son of ga 's :and tmusic, fo(l,'i.l bI " it delicious suppei r serv.d .Ii rs. Stewart and her (daitglttlrs. Br. ,d oard IChristiint, ,.lr., and t . s M. e rjor; Stewart. Those uhit tiool. h tt i till, good timi.' wer- r .' s -s L.aura ('arson, Lillie Swanson, Ella u 'ri'tshite , F. rii Mct'ulloch, Blerthai ('irson, ;t,,it o Cra.wsha.iw. Blatnchel K'eith, liilh r.nrllla , ll va I.I'HV\ sltlonI m ( ll, al 'jorie Stewart, Mr. and ·V.rs. Il: w.ird (Chris tian, Jr., Johnl Smith, .,enart Craw shaw, Ruhbert Tulhs, Fred 2\lale.u'i. Charles Purlt. I, It "y Iai'ey, Fra klit. Darrow, Arthutr brooks,. Bloert IItiti gretn, Charltes DIrty, l1Benni' 81 iiwI', Harry Whiting, D1)nahl, liertr;l al d Leaonard Stewart. Sleigh-Ride and Supper. Miss Volga Stelilil and Il lill}s Jo n-b son ontertaill ^Ie1 of thi eir tiI . 11i.1, ,, r tver lintg last h. k:. l 'lh.' . l 1l 1,it "I enjoyed a t,,lg 1. igh rblh , ollhtt,',l iby ta delicious suppeltr served lat Ith tlollr of Mir. anid .i'rs. Stiansiun at ltiversio'. W. C. 0. F. firs. Johlln , Eigetn ani eat,,tdlainedl the WVomen' a'atholie order it' Forest,,rs Thursday lafternoon at hert hI.i W est ('eod r street . .An i n ij.Iya lll' tll.n' of cards was played aind pilrZes .I'. won 1)y M satldaties Iliitney, liri','ks ai, Murphy. Iesides ths,' iNes ther were presnit \lesuin.ues I)oIg.tI, I .k-I, "erolt.r.tit'lc i 'I(rc i itt u, [is' lit's n, . ln'·k'l ltrooks, ('uii liill u b' .I uri lih , Ke'lli Schilling, lf l i'weg, tFergusil on . l Th t rI iia aillt. Toi t lhese th' hostess servr d choli e rs , lr, litulil e, t Mlrs. i i : ,it n. i 1;ti the telipient il I' h t i\, r o.i tl r s I n. lir,- ~il' ' ]i r .i ii ildiei s i the order. Mr and Mrs. .1Hwooill nt rtain th. \'Itens il C tho:ie rde r , Foreste rs Toole avllne. A Birthday Party. Doro(thy, the -'ha'l ing li l , (.].i. .i ti.r" r of Mr. and 1 .Mr . , Ii'. llar iI helebrated her fifth birth av \ dn - day afternoon \\ith a P;rt'y for 12 little c.siins gi'ven. i at . ith liarrit hlolirne V1 'B., in. I " Iro t. (a oel, li i l t' pi)I(.( the afternoon pleasanltly nuii iii attractive birtlhda.y v ; ia l \..i, -, i .l by M rs. l ,iitriI, .iv.-i. hit .i -i \' . uxtol ant d Mi , \irs . N I ,t. Christian Endeavor Sleigh Ride. The ('hri-tialn ]n.dl .;i\t r . ,"I, . the ( '1n;gre I .",,n ;I '}il) I ,., ii W\ (dni. ] y l ', e hvin. ;I 'tT pr'l r tn.. I ing for a very enj,'y;illy ,l.iguh rile I,* "lrass, V ilhv y ani hai'I. .\Ab,' l I do ,. n on:; " 0 l ,le h' h: ! ])'8l ill i. au n.y .. ,r S..l i.l " "r ,. \u .d in the .1 ll itng ' l, ii of ilh .hilr, !. Mr. and Mrs. Harwood Entertain. M r. anid .A l, \V'. I' r l.r iai ' .l at th it ..n. . o' n , lo ll tin t ui i W) ' .. .d;i, a. r;. t in . '( ilslli ii. t , ii, n" r - i l, I "Il d Hiart i i isd, " i h)rt t1..i. The geie t, -" ,l~le] l in a1 ll rit.r,',,,i'., boner t\( re GROWS BEAUTIFUL: HEAVY HAIR WE PROVE IT1---25 CENT "DANDERINE" DESTROYS DANDRUFF-STOPS FALLING HAIR-CLEANS AND IN VIGORATES YOUR SCALP-DELIGHTFUL DRESSING To be possessed f a hn of hiet cvy, D~ei tiful hair; soft, lusttr o s, fluffy, wavy anld free from d:ndrtlff is inelr y a matter of using a little I;ander .te. It is easy and Inexpensive to have rice, soft hair and lots of it. Just oet a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's [)anderine now---all drug stores ree >mmend it-apply a little as directed tnd within ten minutes there will be in appearance of abundance, freshness, 'luffiness and an incomparable gloss rld luster and try as you will you annot find a trace of dandruff or fall ng hair; but your real surprise will be It. A. Lii\\ , M1r. tndl Mrs. Martin, Mr. and .'Mrs. ('ainl'-. -Mra. iand Mrs. Thomp st+in, 1.Miss M;taleline lItxla; Messrs. V\ern i .t' '. L.. It. 1rill. ). F. Ttuxton, t'arroill lIc hi ', 'l,,ydl. (Clarence and Hilthl Ilhirt,, d. These spent a de lightful eteninl with cards atld (lane inlc varil hi.- ;1 a llnelhi'r of dramllatic i'. tlings and hiaravitor skl',tches and in ixhihiti if flncy dIan ingi given liv the .ntst It hlion r. A dllic'itus sulp tier ,.v:s srnv, ,l I"y Mrs. llInrwid dtr ing tht c i"nin . bunday School Banquet. S iel t ia tle rs oif the' Sutn ;ly\ st !,,iI ,'the 1c M'letholist l'hurt'h \\'(l"r , i" l i ) .1tlI mlI t at t th , vhltnll'( I;II '].TS I'l ;,l ". ,"\ +ling ' t's. ihhllP\ /Villhi: P )~N l ·,,li- ('. A. lills. l'tllph \rih!i, I'-nh' ,; irlitn ton and J. ,.]P;it ters n, tl'tich'rs i'f the boys' liss('s, gait' the ]i l .netsl't which was serveid at I , kc],,.'l. lI,.sid+hs the spreoad iof g ld things to i t, thetr, was a spleh i!d inl lrolapilitll i ogl".rll'l (of l m sts alnd} 111llsiy'. Hough-Griffey. 'lit s .lul'ri'e ti Iough anid .Arthur ';rit'ff. . hath ,if \W'allace, Idht . were united ill ul)'fr inee 7lrid 'y 'Vt nnlug at MRS. HOWARD COONEY. Formerly Miss Leona Shryock, who was one of the charming brides of the week, c l!'('li . ill .lodge B| ienlt'i 's ofi'licc :+t l .i ' hi . ns. i uIt ie s)ll i Ull ller I'f l (ii ll, a' 1 ",r 1 , 11 . i ill Ill e e I nrl el'ler' ''f tw\', \ il eSi s ":. Lrchard Homes Country Life Club. Thel first m eill lling of hIll( ()r'.hard ilnines ICountry 1'V l club sincioe tit( \i\11t'l i ts ofi ' the ow flil l' i rs tL ils llvtl it thei (cllllnhillus I ril.v etv'nlling. Tl'hi' re was ;t good autltitdl;i'nce iand thei whiole 'l h ig \w\1·1 wa lls t I llsiu'st 'ljito'lhlty. A ItltilshMS sessin '.io nille' first whent+ Presidei l I )tti i tnsonlll iIle u i tl yIe s workl of the e rtd ling . s(:ls l ilnd ye'tar I1iis oillilll d. I lln hel r 'of I i.i llfillS Ihi s \\ 'i, tri a l td li ill(11 e list of these Iho noii li p ti tlike Ihe, () twhitar ilml t d+cliash 1."I uf' ilho liugoist gi lli icest ultuiglut cii lut 'iltry si o Ilill 4itlions ill 1he liithole stlle ' . h[ til l nt : lr s ial. The're. \'s. dhili'gand th i i nii lligh ill, h i ,of sulch things is )I 'ly the' rt h 'rt it t Ila ttis ladiies klew" h1w t) tpr elylpare. The n caill( lt l (tlet'ing :iol ln Sic i d it wa is Into h ellr \vlih n i h hitll \aS f Psen'rted, It w\;is dcidh d to letil those gather. innis tat lh, iIlilthhuils w'okly dluring the' rest )f till, scasonl. Christian-Ryder, Miss Shirley ChristillC oil ('larles : It ctlod \i'M t ier c v a I i'I -liryldne lc ll, nin's ait th , rlel'i's i 1ii1 t,. RItia . J.. V't. In ilet l Ip terrnui ins c'crcem'li nll i I 'lh1 prese' nce' of intionati! friends of til bride :lld grnl t. 'r. a Ind iMrs. Its,. r will ho a;t t nil Il i 408 Oaku Shryock-Cooney. Thy w\bl"lin s if tie leine Shryonk and I, iiwrd ('. tii, \\ s ole tniniz d \ t'eite in ' - ti i ,it I I .tI. ' i' ili1 in tiha I't'lr 'ito till i hs li h irar t ll. tI " i'i" .ri'tirii " lt ' ItI hi ' t thei 'rys o , ! Ih I c',u + !'l nx its hied 'l i',c.+ +., +" f ig 111 , rc. id' a n d grlo n. .1lis Athtll+ Shrý",kl: and Mr. intl Mrs. Frank I '< e, se'rv'ed as at tndants. At Iho, cenil. sion of the c, rem onn , the br,,l.tl i':irty cnijioyed an 'laLu rati :la dcelici'ucs dinner at the holnime ,f Mr. dield Mrs. ,rank ('ionev iftir taitl twvo w a,,hs' is.,, whioa you gill stO\X n iw loiir h fill ioe lad dodI'lwy at first --y ts---uhlt really IaW hair -sprouting iout all over your scalp 1 ,indtiritni is, we hclioeve, the only sure hair grao.wer; idelstroyer of dandIruff aIllt c('ure for itchy scalp and it never fails to stop falliing hair at once. If you want to prove how pretty and soft your hair really is, moinsten a cloth with a little I)anderine and care fully draw it through your hair-tak ing one small strand at a time. Your hair will be soft. glossy and beautiful in just a few mmnentsl-a delightful surprise awaits everyone who tries this.-Adv. home in Butte. Both the bride, who is a daughter of J. W. Shryock of Orchard Homes, and the. groom, an enterprising young business man, have a host of friends in this city to wish hem well. Zcmplimenting Mrs. Harris. Mrs. WV. H. Smead entertained a om pany of 20 young married ladies at oer home on ECddy avenue Monday fternoon in compll ment to her iuht r, Mrs. Oliver Harris. The alies sowed, played cards and visited itill happy informnlitiy. At tea time :lirty refreshments were served by h, hostess, assisted by Miss Dorothy ,'allhys. The guests were Mesdames oarris, Eldg;nr Polleys, David Mason, inlius l)erge. Hugh Forbis, 'Gilbert i: inhard, C. E. Simons, G. 1. Rey (l.(s, Irank Borg, Robert N. Thomp ,n, A. N. Whitlock, J. J. Lucy, Abbon Lucy. James Bonner, Frank Bonner, P. I. Freeze, Fred Merrill, Hugh Sloane, erhcrge Weisel, John Tolan, Hugh ;alusha, Gilbert Heyfron and Thomas 'onlen. Sleighing. Misses Amelia and Amanda Loff ess. Lena W~ightman, Jessie Lang, Nellie Connolly, Louise Weisgerber, Jani. Eddy, Isabel Harkness, Irene 'honpson and Mrs. Peter Ioffness anjoyed the good sleighihg Saturday 'vening. After a delightful drive ihout the city they were served a de lcious supper at the home of the Misses Loffness on Cooper street. After-Theater Supper. One merry company of the many that dined in the Palace hotel cafe Tuesday evening after the perform nece of "On a Roof Garden" at the larnlois theater, included Misses lnaude McCullough, Evaro Avery, Mil ired Ingalls and Anabel Ross; Messrs. Henry Turner, Harry Sewall, Barry .:ash and Donald MacDonald. Retail Clerks. An eInthusilastic meeting of the local 91+, if the Retail 'lerks' Interna lalona Protective association, was held 'luesday evening in 'Masonic hall. An election of officers for the year made Roy Liston of Reilly's, president, for 'a third term; Mrs. E. M. Race or l)onolhues, vice president; W. H. Den ais of Barber & Marshall's, treasurer, nd HI. B. Davls of Aink's. secretary. These officers will be. installed at the text meeting, February 4. An initla lion of new members and a social ses sion completed the pleasant entertain nent last Tuesday evening. To Play Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Mason and Dr. andl Mrs. E. P. Dungan asked a coim l)tany of friends to play auction bridge Monday .ve'ning at their apartments in the Johnson flats. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Tylar B. Thomnpson, Mr. and Mrs. Iterman Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, sMr. and Mrs. '. A. A. Barnes, Mr. and hMrs. P. M. Reilly, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. 'low, Mr. andl Mrs. E. H. Boos, Mr. andl Mrs. F. I,. Birdsall, Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Avery, Mrs. Cronkrite and Mrs. Martl ii were the guests assembled in the homle o(f Dr. and Mrs. Dungan. I'here they e'nj oyed a lively game of l'idge and thel n adjourned to the home ,f Mr. and Mrs. Mason for a spread if good things to eat daintily served. -evera l musical numlumers rendered by alentt'd giuests present added to the 'harm of this unlque progressive iarty For Mrs. Conley. Mrs. Honora Houghton entertained in honor of her cousin, Mrs. Frank (Conley of Deer Lodge, Monday even ing at a box party for 'The Quaker Girl" at the IIarnols theater. After the opera, the company went to Fort Mi'ssoula to partake of a delicious sulppr as guests of Lieutenant Kobes in his attractive quarters. Besides Mrs. Hloughton and the guest of hon or, there, were present Major and Mrs. Ltarnard, Mr. and Mrs. von dem Itussche, Mr. and Mrs. i'. S. Lusk, Mr. and Mrs. R. Rt. Kilroy, Mr. and Mrs. William Murph-y, Misses Ruth Worden and Dorothea L,ockwood, Messrs. Ry man, McCormick Winlon and Kobes. Joslyn-Norton. Mr. and Mrs. .rhomas Norton were greeted and congratulated by many or their friends in Missoula yesterday, whlle they were in the city on their way to the Norton home near Victor. Mrs. Norton was until her wedding in Portlatnd, January 15, Miss Mignon Joslyn of Deer ]Lodge. Her mother, Mrs. '. D. .1 slyn, has lately moved to, Portland and it was at her home In that city the marriage was solem nized. Y. W. C. A. Sleighride. Two dozen yourung larlies of the city F. W. ('. A. A. llae a rnmerry comparlny for a sle.ightride, Monday evening. After a delightful drive over the road to Llo, lth yrung ladies returned to the associatlion horme on East Cedar street for an oyster srlpper. Westminster Guild. Mirs. A, .I. ttlltson was hostlss for lthe \Vrestninsitr guild 'T'ruesdaly evern ilg :it her it] rorne rn South Secollnd stri t. The ryounrg bhills lrhave e'rnl lIhitd thye first half orf their year's \\rki ;Iiil are turning nor w from the stiudry of Mormrronism to h their new bi r,. "C'hina's New ]IDay." As a pre p:Irtorry irrssage, Miss Ruthl Kellogg ratid an article enltitled "Along ('hi tnrrse RoaIlds.," and there was a general discussion of lprestent conditions in c 'hina. The "Self-denial" offering laken iat this Inr'eting amlounted to $21.I!0. Misses Winnifrcd Frighner and \Vinnifred McLrauglhlin will entertain the guild at its next assemblly, Sat urdiay evening, 'Febrllluary 1, Miss Simons Hostess. Miss Marjorie Simons was hostess last evening to a happy company ofi young people. Her guests were Misses Evalyn Thomas, Irene Murray, Ruth McHaffle, Beth Hershey, Lewina Aine worth, Phoebe Ector. Ianzel Swear ingen, Florence Lphkiiher, Gladys Peterson, Gladys Brewer, (iladys Phil ips; Messrs. Irvine Bennett, Roy But zrrin, Leroy Lebkicher, PaIl Barden, Stuart Mcltaffle, Stillman Ross, Tom Swearingenl, George \Vwithe., ('laulde McQuarrie, Harold Lansing and John Patterson. After a good ride about tihe city the party went to the Simons Irhome for a spllendid supper and gamtes and mutsic. Lend-a-Hand Society. Mrs. J. G. Ambrose(s sec.tin of the Lend-a-Hand society ()I the Methodisti church entertained the sMolety Friday afternoon at the hooe ,f Mrs. Am brose on South First si i( t. IBttween 40 and 50 ladies were present, all feel ing elated over the Sll..tees of the so ciety in raising the iv-y promised for the church huilding fitund. A re port read yesterday shi.led that less than $100 now remains to be raised to complltete the ane,,int of $3,000 pledged by this organiz:ation. Mr. Am brose came into the m!ititng for t few minutes to say in ehatlf of the trustees of the chuch h that a banqutet was to be tendered t, the ladies of the Lend-a-lHand wlth. formal and hIeartfelt thanks woutl 1h expressed for their splendid work ;:ucompliished. Wise and Otherwise. Mrs. W. H. Smith entertained the Wise and Otherwise (.li', at her home on West Pine street Fritlpy afternoon. An enjoyable game of "-io" was played with prizes going to Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Anderson. At thi tnclusion of the game dainty ret re.mlt ents were served by the hoste-,-. assisted by Misses Isabel Tyack anl Iilda Marion. Members of the clul piriesent were HOWARD COONEY. A young business man of Butte who was married Wpdnesday noon to Miss Leona Shryock of Orchard Homes. Msdaantes J. FI. Harrington, 1I. ('. An derson, K. L. Kirkhart, Robert ('hristy, It. It. 'eighner, David (i ra ham, J. It. Daily, J. LI. WVallace and Scltt; while the quests were Mes. antes WV. I'. Mala T illiam Bryan and Jt1hn Cyr. North Side Mothers'. Club. An enthusiastic m(eeting of 125 menm htrs of the North Side Mothers' club was htutu Friday afternoon in the Whittier school. Roll call was an swered liy Irief lwention of interest ing curre(nt ev(ents, then Mrs. J. A. Miles led a; lively acid an instructive tparliamlotntary tdrill Which was greatly aplprociiatd I,by the tladies. A School Supper. The ('Idi Springs school section 1, of which SMrs. Knoti is teacher, gave a ibx suppei r riday night. A ipro gramt was retllered and enjoyed tuy a large erotwd. A neat sum for the ienefit of the sclthooIl was realized. Bridge Club. At. the leting of the Bridge club Iheld VW'eonesday afternoon at the homne of Mrs. t'hia rles H. Hall, Mes dames Maulry Nichols, fC. A. Barnes ni(i A. I. Price were elected to mem j)ership in the club. Other members present ere Mesdatlmes Thompson. I'itzgetrald, Rowe, Mulroney, Blair, Iuslc, It.rnaard. ievans, John I3tnner, Ke(nneth Ross, Iloarnard and Mitchell. ThIe atnciusto)ntd tdelightful afternoon was spent with cards and visiting abolut the tin tahtle. Mrs. T. A. Fitz gerald will entertain the clubl next \\dnesi,ali y. Charming Dancing Party. dtneitig liartev t.ritlay evening itt Itia A MESSAGE TO BREATHERS OF HYOMEI A series of tests recently completed prove that the IIYOMEI vapor treat ment for caltarrh, coughs, colds and sore throat is wonderfully, efficient when only one-half teaspoonful of HYOMEI is used in one-half a tea Cup of boiling hot water. It is advisable to heat the teacup before pouring the boiling water, so that the water will remain hot a longer time. Pour one-half a tea spoonful of IIYOMEI over the boiling water, hold cup close to face and breathe through nose and mouth the healing, germ-destroying vapor that arises. Just breathe HYOMEI and its soothing mnedicated and antislptle properties will come in direct 'con tact with the inflamed parts, stop' the discharge, drive out the soreness and heal the meollmbrane. For catarrh, coughs, colds, sore throat, croup and all nose and throat misery. HYOMEI is sold on money back if dissatisfied plan. Single bot tles of HYOMEI 50 cents; complete outfit, which includes inhaler, $1.00 at druggists everywhere. Mail orders filled, charges prepaid by Booth's HYOMEI Co., Buffalo, N. Y., who. will gladly mall trial treat ment free. George Freisheimer guarantees HY OMEI.-Adv. spacious rooms of the..~Ji rlh. hajTle! on South Higgins avenue. In the com pany of 30 guests there were many of Missoula's most talented young people, and these added to the pleasure of thi evening with recitatibns, fancy danc! ing, vocal and instrumental music in. terspersed through the program of dances. The hostess was assisted in serving a dainty supper by Misses Josephine Moore and Dorothy Harlow; The guests were Mesdames C. E. Simons, W. E. Moore, Oliver Harris, William Murphy, Margaret Clark; Misses Bernice IKemp, Edna Power, Alice Napton, Evaro Avery, Ethel Hughes and Eunice Dennis; Messrs. Murphy, Dennis, inimons, Hatrls, Pet titt, Moore, Insbusch, Rider, Angevine, Burnett, Elstrum and Nai ton. In the Fourth Precinct. The suffrage tea given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. H. W. Mpss',an and Mrs. George Pease at Mrs. Moss man's home on DeFoe street` pro'ed a charming success. A large ntmber of ladies living in the precinct were present and Mesdames Miles, Butzerin, Henley and Gilman dane' officially to represent the Fifth prebinct. An in teresting account of the meeting of the state central committee for equal suffrage held recently in Helena was given by Mrs. Pease and Mrs. Moss nan. Mrs. Miles also told entertain i gly of the organization of the Po liTical Equality club which was 'ef fected by Miss Rankin and herself two yeats ago in Missoula. Delicious refreshments were Served by Mrs. Mossman and Mrs. Pease at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting in this precinct will be held February 26 at the hoime of Mrs. J. N. Brown, 517 Philips street. The progranl will be in charge of Mrs. William Longley. German Societies Celebrate. F. W. Kuphal, Ed Rohkramer and (Charles Schindler, officers of the .grand lodge of the Sons of Hermann, acting in the capacity of installing officers at the joint installation held last Sunday evening by Schiller lodge No. 4, Sons of 'Hermann, and Lina lodge No. 7, Daughters of Hermann, inducted the officers of the two lodges into their position. After the installa tion ceremonies there was a social session and banquet of the German citizens. Following are the new officers of the Sons of He mann: F. W. Herweg, president; William Werner, vice presi ,dent; F. W. Kuphal, secretary; H. C. Sonntag, treasurer; Louis Voight, gui.c; Louis Streitherger, inner watch; C'harles Schindler, Ed Roh Jramer and H. Partoll, trustees. The Daughters of Hermann will have the following as their officers for the term just beginning: Lizzie Heckler, president; Lizzie Wagner, vice president; Margaret Hubert, sec rotary; Caroline Greenfield, financial secretary; Marie Borman, treasurer; Theresa Walterskirchen, guide; Anna Schatz, inner watch; Minnie Beyers, outside watch; Helen Gunz, Christine Siegel, trustees; Magdalen Hornshy, Kate Blindauer, financial committee. To Play Cards. The Ladies' auxiliary to the Broth erhood of Locomotive Engineers, Mount Sentinel division, No. 401, will give a card party Thursday afternoon in I. O. O. F. hall. The ladies will be pleased to welcome all their friends at this time and they have planned to give them a splendid good time. The game will open about 2:30 o'clock and refreshments will be served at its close. A. C. A. Meeting. Mrs. E. W. Kramer entertained the Missoula chapter of the Association of ('ollegiate Alumnae most delight fully Thursday afternoon with a ileigh-ride to her home in Orchard Hlomes, where she served a delicious hot supper and then after the busi ness of the meeting was concluded, returned the ladies each to her own homne. The chief matter of business under discussion was a plan for co operating with the other chapters of the association in Montana in the work of compiling statistics in re gard to epileptics and their condition in tile state, with a view to securing provision for them other than the in sane asylum. Thursday Afternoon Club. Mrs. L. Ellinghouse entertained the Thursday Arrernoon club at her home on Alder street. The ladies spent a pleasant time with their nee dlework and then the hostess served a delightful lunch. Those present were Mesdames Hodson, Goheen, Johnson, Siefert, LaGrandeur and Ellinghouse. For a Sleigh Ride. Misses Bernadine and Lorraine Lyons, assisted by Misses Ada Fisher, Sylvia IHolzkncht and Melanise Bour deau, asked a company of friends to be their guests for a jolly sleigh ride Friday evening. Mrs. Paul Holz knecbt chaperoned the young people, about 40 in number, who enjoyed a ride about town for several hours and then went to the Lyons home on -South Forth street. There games,' music and supper completed the hap py evening. At Cards. Mrs. R. W. Hoisington entertained a pleasant party of ladies Wedneaday afternoon at her home on Tremont street. After an enjbyable afternoon at cards, a dainty luncheon was served. Among( those present were Mesdames Charles Dodge, Byrnes, Parks, Wheeler, Graham, Friauf, Jen nings, Fred Dodge and Hale. Union Station Party. Memobers of the Young Women's Christian association will entertain their friends Friday evening at a unique union station party. The gym ALL THI S WEEK GIGANTIC REORGANIZATION AND JANUARY CLEARING SALE BIG BARGAINS SCHLOSSBfERG'S Ii rid lder *.i Pwer u U- itnspeoleiSasi,Doersand MllwOfka --t . .1.40 '.)•r , •. Sup Si. F e soI n. ess 236 up a nsP I~r"assemsem7w.75 up Write for CATALOS Nl. o a IT FRE 'e Ralsuagf I ns ntiaa.Lf tp Old ing Wednesday Any Body Carpet Half Price S Do You LOCAL TelephoneI The Slow Way or the Quick Way? Sono ds Is all the time required to get your party over the automatic tele phone Dial Does i Independent Telephone ,Co. D. C. MALCOURONNE, Local Manager. nasium will be transformed into a union depot, trains will be waiting to take travelers to distant cities. The hostesses will take the part of railway employes, and guests are asked to come in character as travelers. As the train stops at important cities in dif ferent states there willabe stunts done by natives of those states. A lunch counter will supply the material needs of the travelers, and there will be ex cursion trains to take the guests home. Florence Melchoir, Hostess. Miss Florence Melchoir was hostess Saturday afternoon to eight little friends at her home 618 South .Fifth street, west. Games and dancing oc cupied the afternoon until tea time when a pretty supper was served at a table decorated in green and yellow, with green candy baskets, green and yellow candies and ices. Miss Mel choir's guests were Misses Marjorie Wilkinson, Annie Hall, May Whi::ng, Ethel and Hazel Brown, h.:hli and Mary Evans. ALL THIS WEEIK' GIGANTIC REORGANIZATION AND JANUARY CLEARING SALE BIG BARGAINS SCHLOSSBERG'S Why not make your bold bath room comfortable by putting in a gas heater? Missoula Gas Company ' 740 8. First W. Bell phone US.