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O Life, the springing vitality of youth, NMth sunshine out of doors and good Will Indoors, made happy greeting for the New Year and made Missoula so cial life for the week royally worth While. There were many large gath ering« during the week, some for danc inr some for singing and some for eating picnic dinners out of doors by the stream side. The old-time custom of making and receiving New Year's calls was enjoyed by several hundred citizens, especially so because the business men had leisure to accom pany their wives in both the calling and the receiving. N«w Ysars' Day at Home. The announcement of a daj "at home" proved most welcome to friends of Dr. and Mrs. E.^W. Spottswood and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hutchens. Nearly 260 men and women called at these homes on New Year's day. between 1 o'clock and 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. A. VV. Wilcox assisted Dr. and Mrs. Spottswood In receiving. Mrs. M, .T. Elrod and Mrs. George Stone assisted Mrs. Hutchens in serving refreshments. Many of the callers went on to other homes in the neighborhood, making the day notable for interchange of visits. Williams* Washington. Attorney and Mrs. Derwood Wash ington walked in upon their friends in Missoula Thursday, announcing their marriage, which was solemnised in IButte on New Year's day. The cere mony was performed by Rev. I,. A. Wilson, pastor of the Congregational church, in the presence of a few friends. Mrs. Washington was before her marriage Miss Beatrice Williams of Custer, 8. D., and she made her home In . Missoula for a short time about two years ago. Sir. Washing ton has made hjs home In Missoula , for the last nine years. Ho Is now the official court stenographer. Mr. and Mrs. Washington aro residing at 323>4 East Front street. Informal Dancing Party. Miss Helena Hutchens and Master John Hutchens entertained a party of young friends Informally Tuesday evening, at their home on Connell avenue. Their guests were Misses Marjorie Wilkinson, Elizabeth Rowe, Carolyn Barnes, Katherine Rudd, Vivian Efflnger. Agnes Barr, Ruth Smith. Anno Hall. Virginia Bartlos, Dorothy Dixon, Elolse Baird, Dorothy Peterson; Messrs. Oakley Coffee, Straughan Scheuch, Eugene Simerson, Tom Duncan, Philip Rowe, Nat Pearce, Jack Stone, Will Allen, John Barr, Harold Baird, Robert Harper. Fred erick Peterson, LeBrun Beckwith, Rad cli(fe Beckwith. Cotillion figures were led by Mrs. George Stone and Attorney Philip Brown. A great Christmas tree, with its tiny colored lights made a center for the sparkle dance, that charmed the young people dancing and their elders looking upon the pretty Right. At 11 o'clock the guests were summoned to the dining room, where a birthday cake bearing lighted can dles held place of honor, celebrating the ibirthday of Mr. Hutchens and the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hutchens. Mrs. George Stone atid Miss Mary Elrod assisted the hostess in serving. A New Year's Picnic. The first day of 191X was celebrated by a group of neighbors from Park addition, with a dinner in the woods up the Rattlesnake valley. Messrs, and Mesdames James Boles. W. P. Smith. I. Q. Roberts. C. E. Lucas; Mrs. E. W. Hoyoç; Misses Rose .Kellogg, Leonora Walpole, Alice Boles, Aurelia (Boles, and George Smith were In the tparty. The dinner of baked ehickpn and beans was warmed over a camp fire, but no one eared to sit by the fire. The recreations of summer time were enjoyed, making January in Montana. Humane Society. The Missoula County elcly will meet, at 2:30 Friday afternoon, in the county superintendent of the courthouse. record for Humane so o'clock next office of the hools at A Year-End Picnic. Last Monday afternoon a gi-.mi girls tramped up the Rattlesnake a year-end picnic. The good things Winter's Terrors Overcome 'Die healthy person enjoys cold weather. It is only when the circulation is poor, when the blood is thin and the system under its proper condition, that cold weather has any terror. Invigorate the body by restoring the circulation, throwing out the waste, and over coming the stagnation of catarrh, and you will enjoy crisp weather. Pernna Is Invigoration It relieves the system of the handicap of inefficient digestion and hampered breathing by restoring the mucous surfaces that are used in these functions. It gives tone to the digestion, and it clears away all catarrhal inflammation. It builds up the strength by enabling* the organs concerned to do their work properly. Its use in convalescence and in all weakened conditions is wonderfully helpful. Liquid or tablet form—which ever is the more con venient Manalin Tablets for the liver and bowels are a great help to good health. Pleasant» ' mild and effective. The lazy liveris aroused and you feel bet • ter at once. 10 and 25c. Year druggist has these two preps rstfaas ta tablet or liquid form. tnilia eat were spread upon the green grass on a small island in mid-stream, while warm sunshine added to the comfort of the dinner party. The friends who enjoyed this last tramp of 1917 to gether. .were Misses Dorothy Dickey, Vera Knowles, Dorothy Marshall, Mar garet Wickes and Elizabeth Wlckes. Missoula Woman's Club. The Missoula Woman's club will meet next Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Masonic temple. The program, beginning at 3 o'clock, will be In charge of the Civic section with Mrs, J. Wilson Moore In the chair. The address of the afternoon will bo given by County Attorney Fred Ange vine, who will speak of "The Social Trend of Recent Legislation in Mon tana." Literature Department. The Literature department of the Woman's club will meet Tuesday after noon at the home of Mrs. Elmer A. Flndell, 325 South Fourth street west. The reading for the day will be the French drama, "The Trail of the Torch." Bridge Club. (Mrs. E. C. Muironey was hostess for the Bridge club last Wednesday at her home on Connell avenue. Guests present with the members were Mes dames E. O. Sisson, G. C. Rice. L. I.. Jones and M. J. .Hutchens. The club will meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Harry 11. Parsons at her home, 310 South Fifth street west. Imperial Bridge Club. Sirs. John Lucy will be hostess for the Imperial Bridge club next Wednes day afternoon at her home, 414 Eddy avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Clute Entertain. Mr. and Mrs, Eurl A. Clute enter tained a company of friends on New Year's evening, ut their home, 405 South Sixth street, east. Their gilest list included Messrs, and Mesdames W. F. Springer, S. E. Burdick, L. E. Jones, K. F. Brewer, J. A. Wells, L. N. Baker, Harry Jameson, Newell Gough and H. O. Bell. Mrs. Clute was assisted by her sister, Miss Velma Sabelmun. The eve ning was spent with happy informality, dancing and playing cards sharing time with refreshments. John Cooney Host. John Cooney was host for a watch party at his home at 1S00 SouCh Second street, west. His guests, Misses Gene vieve Currie, Lorine McGoldrick, Ma rian Curran, Marie Nash, Anna Walsh, Marjorie Stowe, Gladys Dodge, Eileen LaJcune and Marguerite Owens; Messrs. Lynne McGoldrick, Tom Meagher, Raphael Meagher, Francis Cooney, Dennis Lynch, Tom McClellan, Arthur Donlan and Frank Farley, danced and sang until the New Year came, bringing a spread of good things to eat. Westminster Guild. The Westminister guild of the Pres byterian church will meet Tuesday eve ning at the Imme of Mrs. G. F. Peter son on Gerald avenue. Mrs. Paxton will be hostess, with Mrs. Peterson. Keystone Guild. Mrs. W. B. Russell and Mrs. W. Li e Hiscock will be hostesses for the Key stone guild of tlie Baptist church. Tues day afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Russell, 1120 Gerald avenue. Spanish War Veterans. Tlie local post of Spanish War vet erans and the auxiliary to that order will hold joint installation of officers next Saturday evening, at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. C. 10. Dodge, SOI Cherry street. As You Liko It Club. The As You Like It club will meet Tuesday afternoon, ut tlie home of Mrs. W. H. Sinead, 225 Cniversity ave nue. Tlie paper of tlie day will be on "Poland," by Mrs. F. T. Sterling Child Welfare Circle. Tlie Child Welfare circle will meet In regular session Tuesduy afternoon aj 2:30 o'clock, at tlie home of Mrs. Walter Grant on Burlington avenue. Ladies of the G. A. R. Install. The laidies of the Grand Army of the Republic will meet at tlie Masonic tem ple, Tuesday afternoon ut 2:30 o'clock, to install tlie officers elected to serve (lie coming year. All members of the Electa Chapter Installs. Electa chapter, No. 7, Order of Eust ern Star, held installation ceremonies last Wednesday evening ut tin- Masonic temple. The retiring matron, Mrs. Clara Lawyer conducted the installation. The officers inducted were Nellje Wallace, worthy matron; Chris A. Rupp, worthy patron; Annie 1'. Bell, associate ma tron; Lida E. Farmer, secretary; Mary A. Houston, treasurer; Ethel Evenson, conductress; Aille Sargant, associate conductress; Eunice Kinsman, chap lain; Grace Dyson, marshal; Mabel Lindstadt, Adah; Effie Hiscock, Ruth; Elizabeth Harney, Esther; Martha Jameson, Martha; Dora E. Springer, Electa; Emma Getchcll, warden; Aiex Henderson, sentinel; Altlia Grant, or ganist. At the Tucker Home. Mr. and Mrs. James Tucker enter tained a company of neighbors at their home in the Rattlesnake valley, last Monday evening. Cards and dancing were enjoyed until midnight, when greetings for the New Year were ex changed and supper was served. The guests of especial honor were the la dies who assisted Mr. and Mrs. Tucker in harvesting their Immense potato crop last fall, Mesdames John Dunn, Katherine Gleason, J. B. Cavin and Elizabeth Ressicr. These ladies worked for three weeks, picking, sorting and sacking potatoes. Mr. Ressicr, who is seventy years old, prepared the uppo tlzlng dinner each day for the tired arid hungry potato pickers. Others who had part in the good time at the Tucker home Monday evening were Messrs, ana Mesdames Lee Day. Smith, Langley, Bishop, Sain, Van Leuven, Harvey Johnson, W. J. Johnson; Misses Gross, Bishop, Cameron, Smith, Cavin; Messrs. Jensen, Guettler, Lilly, Bishop, Johnson, Cavin and Gross. Grand Army and all Hons of Veterans are invited to be present and to partake of the lunch that will be served. Mothers' Club. Mrs. W. A. Mayo will be hostess for tlie Mothers' club next Wednesday aft ernoon at her home, 645 South Second street. For W. H. Young. Mrs. VV. M. Young urrunged a birth day surprise for Mr. Young at tltcir home, 610 Fast Front street. Messrs, and Mesdames Dan Longpre, William Laglges, W. T. Marsh, Dan Tayler, Floyd Cufdy, Mrs. C. M. Van Leuven and Misses Etta Mae Taylor and Hel en Van Leuven paid tlie compliments of the day to Mr. Young and enjoyed mu sic and dancing with a delicious oyster supper served by the hostess. Comforts Committee Meets. The comfort» committee of tlie for est service will meet Monday evening ut tlie homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. irurd, at 223 Lltaine street. The wom en knit or sew for the soldiers and the men play und pay during tlie evening. Lust Monday, tlie meeting was held it tlie home of tlie Misses Ammen on South Fourteenth otreet. There were 60 men and women present and upon tills occasion, the men chopped and piled wood, receiving tlie usual wages of $3.50 a day, which made their euni ings for the evening $1.55. Hook and Needle Club. On Friday afternoon Mrs. George Shlppam entertained tlie Hook mid Needle club at lier home on Orange street. The huiles busied themselves during tlie afternoon with iancy work and knitting, and at « o'clock Mr. Ship punt had tlie husbands of tlie club members come in to a sumptuous din ner. After dinner u very delightful evening was spent ut tlie card tables, tlie game being progressive Five Hun dred. A beautiful new Edison fur nished music during the evening. Mrs. Sliippum was assisted by lier sister, Mrs. D. U. Campbell, in entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ingalsbc, Mr. and Mrs. John Ledley, Air. and Mrs. D. R Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Tom K. Weav er. Mrs. Surah Campbell, Mrs. A. Metcholr, Misses Vivian and Florence Melchior and Mr. Duncan Beaton. Royal Neighbor^ Install Officers. Tlie Royal Neighbors of America held installation ceremonies Wednesday evening ut tlie Masonic temple. The officers to hold place this year are Emma Miiiard, oracle; Kate Livingston, oracle; Mary 1 .arson, past oracle Margaret McGee, vice chancellor Julia Sidler, recorder; Jennie Gor man, receiver; Melle. Curler, mar shal: Harriet Cook, Inner sentinel; Cora Lowry, outer sentinel; Victoria Nugent, manager. The graces uppoiut cd by Mrs. Minard are Josephine Thili odeau. Faith; Ida Bogart, Unselfish ness, Letiuie Miller, Endurance; Leoni Nichols, Modesty; Louise Maurer Courage. L. A. to O. R. C. The laid tes' auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors, Rocky Mountain division. No. 207, will install the offi cers recently elected, on the evening of January 10, at the Masonic temple. Those to be inducted at that time are Alva Farrell, president: M. Hornsby, vice-president; W. E. Yeager, secretary and treasurer: Mabel Rawn. junior sister; Sadie Wilkinson, senior sister; H. Biakney, chairman of executive committee; Lucy Wilburn, correspond ent. Alva Farrell, insurance secretary. At Orchard Homes. The annual meeting of tlie Orchard Homes Country Life club was held Friday evening at the clubhouse. Re ports were made of work accomplished during the past year and plans were laid for progressive activity during the coming year. John Stahl was elected president of the club; Mrs. J. C. DeJarnette was made vice president; H. S. Bates, sec retary. ajid F. T. Parker, treasurer. Trustees,' elected to serve on the gov erning board with these officers, were G. R. Heinmick. Otto Benson and Edward Haidesty. Social and Domestic Sçienc«. The Social and ' Domestic Science department of the Woman's club will . t Jneet. Monday *lter»9fitt with Mr* James Wallace and Mrs. D. R. Felgh ncr in the home of Mrs, Felghncr at 208 South Fourth street cast. Mrs. Theodore Lentz will lead the discus sion of current events. Faculty Women's Club. On Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the Faculty Women's club will meet at tlie home of Mrs. A. N. Whit lock, 415 Connell avenue. Art Department. The art department of the Missoula Woman's club will meet Monday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. O. F. Peterson on Gerald avenue. The study topic for the afternoon will be "The Corcoran Art Gallery of Washington, D. C." Athletic Ball, The ballroom at the Elks' temple was filled to its dancing capacity Friday evening with students and faculty members assembled for the annual athletic ball of the university. Many clever features of decoration and pro gram had been arranged, all «riving prominence to the "Grizzly Bear." One of the pretty favor dances provided little bears with electric sparklers for souvenirs. During the evening. Presi dent Sisson presented ribbons of honor to 14 successful winners of the "M" in the athletic field. A few words of congratulation were spoken by the president at this time. Neighborhood Bridge Club. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilcox will entertain the Neighborhood Bridge tclub Monday evening at their home on University avenue. A House Warming. Dr. J. Louise Smith and her son. At torney Ellsworth Smith, made welcome a party of friends on New Year's even ing at their new bungalow home up the Rattlesnake valley. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gibson, Mrs. R. M. Walter, Misses Emma Berg, Julia Groff, Dorothy Mar shall, Margaret Wlckes, Phoebe Walk Beatrlco Inch, Agatha Henley and Mary Jane Evans; Messrs. Lawrence Berg, Roscoe Jackman, Ray Knapp, Norbert Sager, sat about the open fire singing and visiting and enjoying the supper scryed late in the evening. At the Country Club. The New Year was given greeting at the Country club when a large num ber of members and guests of tlie Mis soula Country club enjoyed music and dancing over tlie midnight hour. The welcome was continued on Tuesday afternoon, when more than 10o guests called. Misses Ruth and Edith Grcen ougli, Helen McLeod, Dorothy and Kathryn Donohue, Dorothy Sterling, Charline Johnson and Ruth Keith were among the young ladles who as sisted In serving refreshments during the afternoon. A Birthday Surpris«. Neighbors und friends to the num ber of 24 surprised R. D. Prescott in honor of his birthday last Monday evening, at his home, in Park addition. Cards were played and the New Year was greeted with music. Supper was served by Mrs. Walpole and Iter daugh ter. CORVALLIS SOCIETY Clovcrdale Homestead No. 85 of the Brotherhood of the American Yeomen, held its annual installation of officers on Wednesday evening at ffie Odd Fel low's hull. Initiation ceremonies also marked the occasion, and with u sub stantial lunch and a social hour, the session was lengthy. The officers in stalled: Foreman, O. M. Adams; master of ceremonies, B. J. Smyth; cor respondent, Mrs. Reuban Million, chap lain, J. B. Miller; overseer, Chester Glenn; Lady Rowena, Mrs. Glenn; Lady Rebecca, Mrs. Lucy Cole; watchman Reuban Million, Sentinel, Dan Aldrich und guard, W. W. Barr. Eastern Star Install Officers. The installation of officers for Ute ensuing year was the occasion, Thurs day evening of a very enjoyable ses sion of the Eastern Star. Following the business meeting, lundi was served and a social time enjoyed. The new officers are: Worthy matron, Mrs. O. S. Lockwood; worthy patron, W. H. Christofferson; associate mutron, Mrs. Ed Gibbons: secretary, K. J. Butchurt; treasurer, Mrs. Butchurt: conductress, Mrs. It. D. Stanley; associate conduc tress. Mrs. J. li. Miller; warden. Hazel Boyer; sentinel, O. S. Lockwood ; Ada, Mrs. Guy Cochran; Ruth, Mrs. W. 11. Young: Ester, Mrs. S. S. Huls; Martha. Mrs. W. T. Beardsley; Electa, Mrs. E. Drug Do., Geo. Freishelmer, Prop™ and thee fetdlag dealers,—Adv, Hair Tinting All the Rage The Absolute and Utter Harmlossnoss of "Brownatone" Has Made Hair Tinting Safe and Easy. You need not tolerate gruy, streaked or faded hair another day. It takes but a few moments to apply "Brown atone" with your comb o r brush, and it will give your hair the bea u 11 1 u 1 shade you most desire. Wilt not rub or wash off and guarante ed to conta I n none of the danger o u s ingredient s so often found la "dyes" and so called ' restorers." Any shade from light golden brown to black. Sample and booklet sent on receipt of 10c. "Brownatone" is sold by lead ing drug stores, in two sizes—35c and 31-13* Order direct from the Kenton Pharmaoal Co., 688 Coppin Bldg., Cov ington, Ky„ tf your druggist will not supply sou. You will save yourself mugh annoyance by refusing to accept a substitute. No samples at dealers. Insist on "Brownatone" at your hair dreader's. Mention shade desired. Sold and guaranteed in Missoula by Missoula drug Co., and Garden City Drug Co.. Geo. Freishelmer. Prou.. and F. Kcmpter; chaplain, Mrs. Flora Mor ris and marshal, Mrs. R. R. Smithy. Club and Aid Meeting. The Woman's Home Improvement club and the Presbyterian Ladle* Aid society will meet on Tuesday at the Presbyterian manse. School Social. A basket social was held at the school building Friday evening, following tlie basket ball game. HOW DARWIN'8 WORK BEGAN. Charles Darwin laid the foundation for his great work on the evolution of man while acting as naturalist to the expedition of H. M. S. Beagle, which was dispatched to South American waters for a hydrographical survey in 1832. SEEMS EVERYONE IS . ANXIOUS TO TRY IT Recent Discovery of Ether Compound That Dries Up Corns So They Lift Out. Good news spreads rapidly and druggists here are kept busy dispen sing freezonc, the ether discovery of a Cincinnati man, which is said to loosen any corn so that It lifts out with the fingers. Ask at any pharmacy for a quarter ounce of freezone, which will cost very little, but is said to be sufficient to rid one's feet of every bard or soft com or callous. You apply just a few drops on the tender, aching corn and instantly the soreness is relieved, and soon the corn is so shriveled that it lifts out without pain. It is a sticky substance which dries when applied and never inflames or even irritates the adjoining tissue. This discovery will prevent thou sands of deaths annually from lockjaw and infection heretofore resulting front tho suicidal habit of cutting corns.— Adi-. Sew the Easy Way Something New in Sewing Machines Ten-Year Guarantee. Runs By Electricity Controlled by thc"foot. No adjustments required. No more tired backs and legs. The motor does tlie hard work. Just attach to any light socket. Costs one-fourth cent per hour to run. Easy to carry; easy to put away; easy to run. See One Today. Price, $35 Fine assortment of crochet and embroidery threads. Star package embroidery mate rais. NOVELTY SHOP 119 Higgins Avenue Make-Over HAT —and— GIFT SHOP Millinery Japanese Novelties Mrs. John Gannon Edith Baker BEAUTY! Hair Dressing Electric and Facial Massage New and inexpensive treatment of face, ekin, acalp and hair. Complete and lasting transforma tion. Chiropodist—I got rid of the com. Phone 330 ■due La Bruche McGraw Masonic Tempi# RED CROSS Needs Clean Linen Rags; Old Knitted Goods Knitted goods, no matter [how old or soiled, should be sent to the Manual Training building on East Cedar street, where they will be washed and unraveled. The yam obtained will be made into blankets. Missoula Chapter AMERICAN RED CROSS Missoula Hotel + Madam Du Barry Skin Food Will Improve Every Complexion. Keeps Your Skin Soft and Smooth This is a massage cream, cold cream and'skin food" combined. Use a little every night. Wake up with a beautiful, soft, smooth skin. ALEX. F. PETERSON Successor to G. F. Peterson. Phone 144 Druggist 216 Higgins Ave. <r% MERCHANTS' LUNCH From 11:30 to 2:30 Includes one kind of meat, vege- QC/% tables, dessert, tea, coffee or milk « 3 DC Regular Dinner, a la Carte, 12 noon to 8 p. m. Crawfish and 6«a Foods a Specialty Grand Pacific Cafe NOTICE PAYMENT OF RED CROSS FUNDS All. merchants and business houses who have become' subscribers to the Missoula Chapter of the Red Cross will please send in their respective amounts as they are now due. Make all checks or money orders pay able to the Missoula Chapter of THE RED CROSS Missoula Hotel, Missoula, Montana. Mrs. Edna Ferguson, Secy. l IWiCE-A-DAY CLASS ADS BRITO QUICK RESULTS