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,;"u3Lf _ Y MrSS- ·..UtA M ·r4 ANA sti Y · :.. i PARTINERS Whether it be the tw6, tramping the lonely hills, Tracing at gleam of gold in deep-hid rocks and rills, Fighting the wilderness in quest of worthy gain; Partners in tree content,- comrades in toil and pain, Building a house of 'dreams in the campfire's fleeting glow, Sharing in ardent hope, the honme they may never know; Whether it be the two, dancing a merry round, Gracing halls of light, where 'youth and mirth abound; Swinging ini perfect 'time with music lilting sweet, ,Drinking the wihe of Joy, enchantinent passing fleet; Partners for but one dance, comrades for a day, Clasping eager handl, turning swift away; Whether it be the fwo, man and hfs woman mate, Guarding with equal care, welfare of home and stagb; Bearing, rearing or voting, sharing an' equal part, Pledged to each the other, head and hand and. heart; Terms of finest living; love that never, ends. Partners of equal rights, loyal and lasting friends. -Mabel Kinney Hall. Immanuel Chapter. Mrs. George Whitcomb will be host ess for Immanuel chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Tuesday afternoon at her home, 818 South Fourth street west, As You Like It Club. Current topics will be discussed at the meeting of the As.Y YIu Like It club next Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. F. Reynolds on South Higgins avenue. Washington Tea. The Lend-a-Hand society will give a Washington tea next Thursday aft ernoon in the reception rooms of the Methodist church. The hostesses will be in costume appropriate to the an niversary and a program will be given. Mrs. Andrews' section of the society will serve 'refreshments and Mrs. Brewers' section will be in charge of the program. All friends are cor dially invited. Valentine Party. One of the very happy affairs of the weelk'was a valentine party given Friday evening by Misses Alice Her shey. and Mildred McQuarrie at the home of Miss Hershey on South Fifth street west. The rooms were trimmed with hearts and cupids and the same pretty style of decoration was re peated in the refreshments served. Games aJid music occupied the even ing. The young people who had part in the hospitality of Miss Hershhy and Miss McQuarrie were Misses Annie and Lillian McDonald, Mary (TO THE WOMENJ 109 E. Mamn St. 109 E. Main St. Yesterday We Opened Our New Department Devoted to Tailoring of Women's Garments to Order In this department our display will consist of a showing of 1,500 fabrics, both imported and domestic; 1,000 of these fabrics will be of the regular men's suitings and 500 of special cloths for one-piece dresses and fancy suits. We show 100 models. picked from the choicest designs of Europe and America. THE PRIC Women's man-tailored suits; jackets silk or satin lined; Women' man-tailored coats ...... ...............$12.00 to $25 guaranteed for two seasons ......... $.... 16.50 to s 29 WomeA's raincoats ......................... $6 to $15 One-piece dresses, man-tailored ............... 15 to $25 Women's man-tail skirts .................................5.50 to $15 Every garment strictly tailored to order andi, remember, we show 1,500 fris and'any A complete range fabric can be made as you desire it. You cannot realize the saving until $'ou see the Riding Suits of Novelty fabrics and models, and Skirts Linen Fabrics Any alterations necessary will be dope here at the store, without any a cost, andi tailored to order no garment will be permitted to leave the store until fitted correctly in ever detail. out of any fabric for Suits, Dresses, We would like to have every womaan in Missoula and surrounding count ;ee this dis- in the line Coats and Skirts. play if for nothing else than future referende. We will make garments o*f your own cloth at reasonable prices. Also woolens sold by the yard at wholesale pc. Our' Our Whis Wsomen's Is No oph ill s Now Open Garmentsw 109 Eal Main Street Garments TalIbd to / Tailored to ____ WORLD LARiEST TAILA Order Williams, May Wilson, Marjorie Wil-] kinson, Hilda Deschamps, Virgini. Lebkicher, Mae Vander, Katherir'! Keith, l.ora Hartman, Adalee Rileyl Helen Joes, Mildred Rouser, Vivial Effenger,, Ruth. Smith, Helen Brown; Ruth Anderson, Orlce Miller, Messra; Arnold Ayer, Willie Vander, Frank Newquist, Spencer Esmay, Cecil Thurston, Louis Rocheleau, Howvard Jones, Straughn Scheuch,'Oakley Cof fee, Theodore. Shull, Raymond Nash ancd Howard Sumner. Guild Tea. The Ladies' guild of the Episcopal church will hold a. social tea for the benefit of the church building fund next Thursday afternoon at the rec tory. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. H. H . Gatley, Mrs. J. A. Rudd, Mrs. Ronald Plank and& Mrs. Iynde Catlin. All friends will be made most welcome. Vesper Service, There will 'be vesper service at the Young Women's Christian association 1 home this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Mrs. J. P. Boyd will lead the service and Mrs. T. A. Price and Miss Mar gery Maxwell will sing. A cordial in vitation is extended to all young women of the city to be present. Congregational Ladies. The Ladies' Aid society of the Con gregational church will meet' Thurs day afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Fox, 214 South Fourth street west. Mrs. Verna Bullis will be host ess with Mrs. Fox. All ladies who * Z1112 will donate canned truit and jelly to ,the YotiZig':Women's ChrieZtan assu= 'clatiort dre asked to carry their gifts 'to the home of Mrs. Fox Thursday afternoon: [A Sleigh R:de. A party including' Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ketcham, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. VWil liams, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sargent, Mr. and Mlirs. P. 1. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. D. A; Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Greirkow, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ennis, Misses Alice Baker, Leila McDonald, Verepa Lindfors, Neola Hollensteiner, Messrs C(. A. Rupp and Henry T. Vohs, went Thursday evening for a jolly sleigh ride about the city and out to the Ilollensteiner ranch where an oyster supper was served and the evening was topped off with music, games and a Virginia reel. East Side Whist Club. The East Side Whist club of the Rattlesnake valley went Wednesday evening for a sleigh rifle to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lehsou, whet? a delightful evening was spent with a game of cards, some mulsi an,1 a big supper. The company included Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Har "vey Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. James Boles, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lilcas. Mes dames L. E. Tucker, L. C. McGuire and W. H. Stennett, Miss B1uckley and Mr. A. A. alcom. With Miss OGres. Mrs. Dolph Cords, Mrs. iloward BHunton, Mrs. C. A. Munson, Misses 1 Dorothy and Edna Kagle, Louise Weisgerber and Stella Watters spent Tuesday evening informally with Miss 1 13ertha Gries at her home on \Vest Spruce street. A game of whist was played and a spread of good things to eat, booked and served by the hos tess, was enjoyed. Bryan-Larson. Miss Estella M. Bryan and Fritz F. I. Larson were married at H o'clock i t Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William n P. Bryan, on Stephens avenue. Rev. MRS. LOUIS J. BUCKNER. Mrs.' Buckner has come recently From Great Falls to make her home in Mislsoula She. was a guest of honor at the reception dance given rhureday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Orville G. England at the Elks' tem ple in compliment to Mrs. Buckner I and to Miss Lilith Norton of Duluth, M:nn. Frederick J. Salmrn i, lstolr of the flaptist chturch at t-1(\ tnsville, pier- t formed the ceremony in the Ipresenc' of mellmllers of the fiii v ilnd a few friends. Mliss Ruth .la;nmes planhyed the, wedding march for Ih clntrallnte of the iridal a party. MIiss .M1licta Green was I bridesinalId and J,. A.lrert litndlstron wasi be-t main. The trideh was chllarm ingly gowned in white satini chairmt.lis. She wore a veil cn ghlll with whitel blossoms to a lace tpnll, anlt she ear ried a shower bouqllt .1f bride ro'ses.i. Miss Green also was tam\ned in white. The ring service wa;s iti-d. At the 1 aconclusion of the coelmnty it weddti g supperl was served in Ihlte.e (courses, the first two Iheing appoilted with decora lions of green and whlite, and the third course having: pink and white adorn ments. Mr. ;and-Mrs. Larson will re side on East. Spruce street. House Warmningi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stephenson opened tlheir charming new home at 844 Woodford street formally to a company of friends last atlurday evening. After ;the clever arrange ment and the artistic furnishings of the new home had. been ilnspected and admired, the guests enjoyed dancing and a huffet supper. Those who had part in Mr. atil Mrs. Stephenson's hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs. F. 13. lIlrdsall, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Shea, At torney and Mrs. WV. E. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Tylar B. Tllpmpson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Donlan, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.. Power, Mr. and Mrs, Lynde ('atlin. Iatr. and Mrs. R. W. Hart, Mr. and 1Mrs. T. A. Price. Mr. and Mrs. J.' L. Ward. Mr. and "itrs. Henry Greenhood, Mirs. Mary T. I:i3ndmann, Misses Van Cleve, Birdsall, Avery, Gertrude. Ona and Jean Sloa 3e, ('ox, Randmann, Hart, West man, Schlossberg, Messrs. Ilarold Sloane, 1lerbert and ('laude Molchoir, Cox, Hluselton. Menager, (lage, t'lenents, Ilelfrich and Kohn. Annual Ball. Plans are this week being perfected by the local soe:tly of St. Jean anp tiste for the ftfth annual hall which will be hcld in illite hall February 24. The young men who have the matter in hand are e-tpending much thought 1lt time upon the preliminary ar ringements, In order that the final Ir scuit may be the biggest and hest ro'iall function given by the ior:ety in Mitssouhta. M. M. Party. A company of 1 T7 young people, vlmplnies of the Missouli Mercantile conmpany and a. few invited gulests. enjoyed an evening of dalcing lind card playing Wednesday at the Elks' temple. There were 20 numbers in the dancing program, incl.ding it merry Virginia Reel by request of 'some of the older young. folks. Music was furnished for dancing by i lmer Jalr. Willard Perry and Miss Ther I riault. A quartet, Messrs. Ray lalilly, A CHARMING HOSTESS MRS. ORVILLE GRIER ENGLAND Nho was hostess to a large number of friends this week in honor of her sis teP, Mrs. Buckner, and Miss Norton of Duluth, at a dalnmng party at the Elks' club. it) thi' )h lit tlir ol it la ,,\'I it it tu tilt It their ·OirtNit g . I'alrd I:tthhs ii l Ii" I.t I- i/ conO y Iprovided entll rlllllllrnn tl (i \for l' sa e l who did ( iot are to iim:ll e. I ,ll wit is Wia slrved ltl.h.F ful httO i fihle en ','IL Ii \ fill eitttli ary ft'on itt N ni uttei l I Reception Dance. iltssonlltd ,i,t'let, p,,eol eh I, the It;;n,, I, twr of u her l thian ::nu nerelped Thlur-: ;hi lay e ( ning fih , in\i- l,,1 ti " ,t' \ r. ll, a ' ii Mrls. (rvill, I. I nghin.tl I m i ee lt Ur; l. l.1. IIti;L tn r, \\Lho hIs I'ts tltlllt r"'entl to tliake wi hter I llte n ll . IIs ul;, .i i t i t Miss Llith Norlton, v ho i: hre, f'om, f, ul)ttah a t uest in it'h Itin laail hott in i t ThIct tillrou or I ( iii i :lks'l tmIi Nle \'in IA dee(ortedt with etltiheIs of \'nt'.len- hi tM.ne In ' l r ilti whi te. oi I lt" it I. t ll O I ti Il the llrise "ng Ulne, Mlrs. I':nga.; l Vlroe s, satlin wil lat t eiin' atnah ;i 'n tgNH a ( I boltlltl of pink ri h s h i. s; i .'s, Milkt- II itttlics t wn was of'ntt ti' L ink stt a thit at i t her flowerit were violts; i.sw Norton wore pI It llle ; i itin ss line til 111 rieti. A Mi.n s 1 11it tllntint li t); l niil Notut Keith, Itnlh M ll ffi,,, Iht mtt lb r,lr alnd li W'tltI illi)nsonassh itdtl in Ihe' had red ;ltll white valentine _ all , f v ,S. I a tnd iithe nit i plllrI y '' It ri me ti ii was re-- i ea ited in it tin ttu I tnt ittn . iTht Mis- t West-Crowell. SI". .\. \\W Ist antill M:l, \ .I. "f'rit\\ ll, .l both \Vott rttll- owlln i esidnttll. I) o lli. I , itt iwere titn Iar ii ,l a ut oiif i t A''l,, 'lh1lt i ;it , frtInetd y lite, ., N. M thl n:u at Ih, M Preshlyteriai Iar"iso ag , only iat i-i\ friend; hbing pl'es,,nt. +'Mr. \ ,.I i- 1 l yard u toil et r for tho Nortl(hern ':lf'Iit (; and Iihas prloI+p.ual' :1 h.oim 1 Ir hi. s , i bridh on South Ii .-o)autl ::bee,. SBeighing Party. lir. ti nis l Mrs. IIIgth iKel ,ney i(nteri taintid at Party.hi h. a l ; v men-il l James I Mntlitnigry, MrI. anit Mrsl . Iltan itr ,J. Illyfron, 11r. aind Mr1s. lid +11' ;rthy, , Mitle. iiritilne i It MarV Miainar Mea rs. titt1t tlilnl,, ;i .1 \rI (lr t ' I- tnrH geoos. After ni Ilton 1 n dI lihtutl - drive ia llo t the citiy, thlnlte ir1,ny rt paired to hft KI nne.dy Ihon,, hert nt, Oystl r HtlIpp l," \1lH s,-t(rv ,l. Birthday Party. Mrs. e lier JI . nMithe ,t gri\'at a hir thlryi Thursdlny itn honr uri the firhst e htinhI r ' I o.f h,,r son, Iaindalr ll M ihth ll, Th' gleInh pr olesent w oret 11a xint iit, an Jamel's IHert I ; lilngton, 'J'h +li;, Il: "l;r, Franclts Iti'hards, I:ln'na ;r,,fI ;. Valentine Party. Mrs, (e.,,rge Andirews was hrstssi lrinly a lternonA o l hetl r bllho e oinl South Third strhet. lhir g ists i, Mesrdtnes .11i rphy, ihlrk, lir ites. Lemley, Vlbhroeelt, llkhler auill .Mullt, + )oye'd a; .P1n of tails :anl at its tontls-ion ;nirl oon tle; was usedl for favor's and de.orntios.. United Artisans. The United .,rtisms, I' lnv rvsily ILs semhly No. 12I,, o(hserv\d Iainei.in's birthdaly in it most filting matnnier ' Thur-'day. vening, hlthn the il.nlmers gathered at the ho)ll of Mr. and Mrs. S. 1,. )lunhaml. The homie haI been prettily deeratePd for the neatsl)n and aI fine life-like portruit. of the great enttneipat1r, placed under ai special light, meade his presence seel almost real. Man anld tender were the stories told of Linoln and his life, es pecially interesting being the personal recollections of the great war presi- I dent given by Judge J. L. Sloane. At to'rney C. E. Avery told of his recent visit to the Lincoln memorial home In Washington. During the evening Mrs. I Dunham proudly wore a Iincoln' and Hamlin badge. This she had found in her grandmolher,'s thle, andl is ai IC hushllil t x:1:t : ih, . ' , i sht ,: n o, l 111:1'11(h S 1 1 :111 .1 .Ii _ Iii, I1u il I11i lai i. n, :11 It 1' 1t !it llh "1 it, l al I, 1111i , 11t ith 1,11Iof :Ill I 1111 11, . ll 1 i nInh' 11 1," l n, i.;I l, . a1" 1|t-h Ii\ of l 1.I Ius is r oh llri iiiii~rrlrt ii · l..h Il i l ll lliiqr I i 'l ll I Ili ll tI, 111.11nII , I ', I ,I,' 1i1 1 1, ';11 lt ittL : '-l l ,I, ( l r* l',, l n ~ ,i , , 1 I. ,] I 1lh ," inll I l' 'iti; I 11 ~ I,1* ir, . !i .,ilr t111 l Ii, l I n1,tr tii i Ii I tll ,llIo - (I hi , 1111 l li; 1 il l : g 5I l t 'sl. 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I \ al Ith 0 ,II 1.i1 1111, I 1 111,00 1i ' t 11111 1I'1,, il \I I 1lll i ll., i t l h ,nl y afth fr- h noon \\ III t n ot' ho ,Iof MiiI . l llafr'i' Irri hi l, 'lN \i', " (Pil l . n1''' . ill th r1s nili;" lro.grai' ll ' ill 1,,, p i\li :a ul1 it +( l t' 1 h1 11 i ti ll I, I. lidh al to :.11 tI SMISS LILITH NORTON Of Duluth, who is the guest of Mr. I and Mrs. O. G. England and in wllo** 1 honor a dance was given Thursday evening.