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•srved. after which the happy group of merry-mak' r* departed for their homes. Amors* those present were: Miss Nellie Seaberge. Mi« Ir-n* Stivertoerx. Mtwi MIH May Bowen. Mi** Ada Ris beU. Mi** MlOcr. Mum L. Hiikln wrath. Miss Anna M-Nulty. Miss Cavanaugh. Ml** Schwab. M.-» Z. Schwab, Mi«« Ella Cocron. Mr. Strowbri'/gc, Mr. Doßavan. Mr. Dunlap, Mr. ('o< rem, Mr Ilisrgins, Mr. Rose. Mr. Rohowttz. Mr. B?ark»y. Mr. King. Capt. T. R. MacKenxie ard H. A. Stoltlng. ® ® ® A very pleasant social was held at the re.«i'kßw of Mr.-. K. anor Fitzmaurice, on Third avenue. iast Friday evening. The party did not kreak up until 3 o'clock Sat urday tr.»rnlng Many amu.-'irig games, In terspersed w:th s;ngmg. recitations, char acter acting. instrumental music and dan cing, Wire practiced by the young folks, Jo the dei.ght of their sliers. Refresh m»nti wer" nerved aiiout midnight, and they sustained Mrs. Fltsm turic«-'s w»-Il *stahl!«tied reputation for aospitaity. AmonK those prewent were Fred E. Fergu son Mr*. J. P. Smith. Mr and Mrs. Jame* Harris. Mr. and Mrs. John Ross. Mr. and Mr*. Harold Rockwell. Mrs. E I* Burt. Mr. J. M Donald. Miss Kmiiy Burt. Mrs. M turice Georg Mts«" Ethel Fitsmaurice. Miw Edith L» Ith. Miss Margaret Crane. Miss Vera Barn-*. Master Clayton Hm.th, Clarence Fltzmauri' C. P. FUzpatrick, L. H. Wheeler. D. H Frye Alien Smik-y. John Arthur. Aiexand-r Leitb, C, T. Spen cer ind Arthur T. Elwell. There was a pleasant gathering at the homo of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Faikner, 114 Broadway la#; Friday evening, the occa sion being tno birthday anniversary of Mrs. Faikn'-r. She was the recipient of many hand*,me and useful g.fts and the congratulations of her many friends. Af ter an evening spent in cards and dancing, deuctous refreshments were s-rwd. Tno*« present w«re: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Faik ner. Mr. and Mrs. J. Richards. Mr. and Mrs H. Hedrick*. Mr. and Mis. Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. George Roberta, Mr. and Sir*. Duvidsor. Mr?. F. Byrne. Mr?. C. Mltciieli, Celia Fran cis Mis.n Dolly Francis. Miss Marie Ew- Ing. Mfcw Sarah Ewinr. Miss Marcel's Hedrick. Mis Stella Hlldreth. Miss Ora Faikner. Mr. Charles Stuck. Mr. J6e Fre dia. Mr Robfrtcoo, Mr. D. Byrne, Master Looey Hedrlcks, Harry A. Hedrick*, jr. ® ® ® In honor of the 21st birthday of Mr. Thomas If. Andrew, a number of his Saturday evening at his residence, 221 Fifth avenue north. The evening was spent in social conversation, whist and jamcs. Mr. Blumer received first prize and Mr. W, c. F. OUpHtrtck the consolation prize at whi.it. Tho.-i present were: Mr, and Mrs. Thomas 11. Andrew and Master J. Dorfner and Master Earl Dorfner. Mr. and Mr . Charles F. Leibly and Master and Miss Mabel Oliver, Mr and Mrs. J. Mullignn. Mr J. Schwartzel. Mrs. Ham lin and Mister Albert Hamlin, Mr. C. F. Gilpatrlck. ot Helena. who is on his way to th« Klondike. Mr. Thomas A. Nan, Mr. Blumer and Mr. Charles F. Eh ret. « ® @ The Kermis* Whist Club enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. William C. Roupe la«t Wedrtesday afternoon. The first prize was won by Miss ii.inefa Wood. Mrs. Thomas H. Dempsey winning the consolation. Mrs. Defnpsey will entertain the club next Friday afternoon. ® ® @ The Cllonlan Club met with Mrs. W. E. Holfes, 13tn Mercer street, Thursday, and discussed the subject. "Poets** of Ger tnany," hv Mrs. Robert Abrams. The next meeting will be held at the Arling ton. ® ® ® Rev. and Mrs. L Brooks, of 1119 Wash ington street, announce the engagement of their daughter. Mi*s Johanna Brooks, to Mr. Nathan Phillip;: Both of the con tracting pwrtks reside in Seattle. COMING Et K*T*. Ail PrSdav afternoon aw! evening on F< lnuary I will on'tir the thlri! annlver.-aty • xerejs s of Wilson's Modern Cof leire. On Mar h 2, the first lecture of the Fante s- rie*« wsjj h<-. given !>y Rtv. 11. H Go wen in the parlors of Mrs. J. C. Haines. PKHtOWI. A*D MH'IAL SOTKS. Mr. T C. Shoeiniker. of St. IjOul#,'Mo., Is In Seattle. Mr>. Henry Carstens has returned from her trip east. Mr. R. C. Stevens made a trip to Tort la n! ia.st w< *.k. Mr \Va'r># it Alien will leava on Febru ary 4 for Alaska Mr W. L Benham hi* returned fr m a trip t(i Portland. Mr K. J Plttman. of Kverett, Wash., w • hefo last week. Mi*' Iv'l'ivi Dupont, of Montreal, visited friend? her- la*: we,k Mr. Ktigute J Short. of Spokane, spent a f w day* here this week, M•. and Mr J. F Mor-e, of San Fran- Cisco. are \ ;sititiK In th«? city. Mr P. Tnrn r, «.f la*; Angeles, Cal., »-pen: :i f*i\ days lvre l ist week. Mr tr.- H Blaneharl hi* returned from a u'i'.rt tt:p tu San Franctsco. Mr*. V.. 11. II tJri-' n. who has been very 11? f>>r ifver.;! :-onthn. Is convalescing. M-s Palmer has I • n visiting with frier Is at Auburn for a few days Mr. M F. Ellis and Mr. Oallager. of Chi cago are guests of Mr* T. \V Gordon Mr John F. Maloney, « prominent Ju neau resident w»s In th* cltj last week. Mr John \r"har and MT W Gor don v totted friends In Tacoma ! i<*t ux-k. Mrs, I,?* s H. Sullivan Is \is<t!nsi Mrs. F A. Chine : 11. Olvmjpis. e. for a week ("■■»r>t. C. *. It • r. of S"i Francisco, is In Seattb i i will etna n far several days. M's. Whe< Ur. of Frultvale. Wash., nee Join of s attje. ,i i; fi.'ndt in this rllV. Mr \\ 1" II -llbron • f N'm York form erl\ i welt k;> wn r> ■-■•!< ••; of Seattle, is in the city, Mr . ml Mr-, o F P»x: »n of Portland. Or* k -n u<n the city for a few days thl* n< ok Fr A. Farenhott of the OnfOQ, row In doi k a* Biemeru ti. arrU-M In tn- city Tu»« lay l.ift Mr. el. M. CaUiftan, recently of Kverett, has rejnov .1 t> tii!> . and w.il make his home here. \I ' t" * It a . ,> f Chi Is a < f the M < B a. s» \«;:- teenth avenue. i in Fj k Ty •r. of ?ac<ana, t * soc:.! 1 days la < wok -its ok fr ! ' - )n (ttl. M'« Va■ \V 'gi'ii-n. w a•• we' : k" '«" ;■< Sr.t-t.-- * v, js 1., a; . r n.» ' •<: * ' .•»»« in V w 'i erit , is> . Nl • <5: ' • a «- > f->n \ M*s. K It I'm*"- ! : ,>r i* r h *:ie m il> nr. v>r next >y Mr WSr'im M " rr.'y and Mr « l„ i'U-P:■»*>>. i f Kvo ar < . were \ ta:*< .» 1 i tho rli) iust Mts »*e« it i:\a - i it P- v» *l' j av m e J*i*l S. r tn* u thf • - . i M . s Aas s w - writ rv:»-..' ut Si Ju//:/!<r's Btsr baking powder does its work as well on the hot plains of Arizona, the cold ranges of Montana, the wetness of Japan, and the gold fever of Klondyke. It has stood every test to which it has yet been put. Sin Francisco A Schilling & Company shs 1MV«« for Sfw York city to make fccr hem* 1 . Mr*. John W. Corson 1* v jittng Mrt. John S. McMintn i? Roche harhor Mr. and Mr*. W J. Burr? and daughter. cf Wyandotte. Mien.. art- en j>}inir a visit of "ome weeks In this city. Mr*. H. E P- -f Ronton, was YSS itinic for a few days Las' week w;:h Mrs. Thomas Burke. of this city. Mr Rodney Kendrkk. who was a Paget Kxmd resident for many years, but now a Han Franciscan. Is tn Seattle. Mi*# Carmileta McDonald. of ShHton. has be«-n tn th i ctty for the past week, the of Mia* Horten* Ferguson. Mr*. J. W. Jacobs, of Vancouver bar* rack*. Is vfcHting Mrs. S. J. Heron at her residence, IZli sixteenth avenue. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Cohen of Minneapo lis. ar« visiting at the residence of Mrs. M. Goetstrin. 514 Columbia street. Mrs. William E. G'.ierln has secured apartments at Mm Bak-r s or. Third ave nue. where *h<» will receive n«r friends. Mrs. Samuel Kr*-ldel. of Eliensburg. Wash., is visiting Mrs Gus Brown. l«ls Second avenue, waose day is Wednesday. Mr. David Bruce left last Tuesday mcrn- Inr for * trio East to visit his parent.-* at 3.awr«"nce. Mass*. He will return in time to start for Alaska February HJ- Mr. 0h« 'wood Glllespy has gone to New- York. wh-re he wlli be Joined by Mrs. Gil lespy. who has be<n visiting in the East for some weeks. They will return here in March. Mr. J. E. Schutt. of Durango. Col., and Mr. C. H. Adams, of Hamburg. J'a.. accompanied by Mr Frank Elliott, of New port, Ky. left this city for Skaguay Thurs day morning. Mrs. H. 1.. Bell, of Leavenworth. Wash., who has b<-en visiting Mrs. Byron Clark the past w'-ek. wiii for the next two weeks be the guest of Mrs. L. H. Pontiua. corner Boyleston and Fifth avenue. Mr. C. Fred of St. Louis, and his sister. Mrs G. B. Sheldofe, of New York, are spending some weeks in Seattle and ar» PO well pleaseri with the city that their visit !s being greatly prolonged. Mrs. William Deming-Smith. who was a gu» st of Mrs Erastus Brainerd a short tim-- ago. lef' Ban Francisco on the 24th instant for a trip to Honolulu. She will on h»-r return visit S< attle. where she has a host of friends. Mrs. J J McKay left for the East yes terday to vi-it her father and other rela tives and friend-s near Detroit. She will return in a couple of weeks and then go Into the Klondike region with her husband. Mr Thomas Mallory left for the Bttl Thursday afternoon and after a short visit with relatives and fri-ndg in Minneapolis and Cni'ago, will return to Seattle in time to crot*> the pu*j into the Yukon in April. FRKMOT SOCIETY. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pope are visiting la Portland. Mrs. J. M. Reid. of Victoria, B. C., is visiting with Mr-. H. P. Mi'.ler. Mr. K. Larson left for Alaska on Wednesday. Miss Jfssie McDougall is the gu- st of Mrs. A F. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stumer, recently of Santa Clara, Cal., have purchased a resi dence on the corner of KUbourne avenue and Dion street, which they are occupying. The Entre Nous Ladles' Literary Club meets on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M. C. Glllls Mr. Charles Fisher. Mr. Fred Freehe, Mr. Benjamin I'iggott and Mr. Thomas Morgan, a party of citizens from north of Fremont, left for Skaguay the first of the week. The members of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Edgewater Congregational church tendered a reception to Mr. ar.d Mr.v W. A Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lough Friday evening at the church parlors. Mr*. W. T. Blakeley pleasantly enter tained a company of friends Thursday ev ening at her home near Woodland park. On Friday evening, January 21, Miss V. Becker received a few of her young: friends at her parents' residence, on Kilboarne avenue and Dracoe street. Music ar.d whist were the entertaining features. The guests were Miss Jtnnie Coutts, Miss Ellen Crawford. Miss Marie Simps m. Miss Car rie Lonsbury, Miss Jean Crawford, Mr. Alton Remington, Mr. Frank Hergert, Mr. Alfred Giles. Mr. Curtiss Parker, Mr. D. Livingstone and .Mr. John Skinner. Mrs. VV. K. Merwin received and enter tained a number of friends Monday even ing at her home on Aurira street. The evening was delightfully spent with a short musical programme, followed by dancing. Mrs. Merwin was assisted by Miss Carrie Smart and Miss Gertie Smart. The gusts present were Mr. and Mrs. M. Densmore, Mr. and Mrs. William Carkeek. Mrs. J. W. Toting Mr'». G. W. Hunt. Miss Carkeek, Miss Cora t'arketk. The Misses Coutts, Miss Meta Fleeker, Miss Maddocks, Miss Carrie Miss Alice Covington. Miss Marchie Paugherty. Miss Gertie Smart. Mr. Charles Carkeek Mr. W. D. Covington, Mr. Frank Porter. Mr. J. Germalne. Mr. Smith, Mr. David Ltvingstone, Mr. Stephen Cark'fk. Mr. A W. Skinner. Mr. George Prick, Mr! Gilbert Livingstone, Mr. W. F«rr, Mr. W. Densmore.. A reception was given in honor i f Mr. and Mrs VV. A. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lough. Friday evening, by the member* of the Edgewater Congregational C. E. «t the church parlors.. M!vs Mamie Huff, who has been conduct ing a dancing class at Fremont, was ten der. d a farewell party by her pupils and other friend* at Hamlin hal! Friday even ing. Miss Ruff leave* for Ross land. B. C.. the eoming week, where she intends to reside. IKUiIVI'K SOCIAL. Mr. an"? Mrs. J. W. Hunt entertained the Rev. J. M Brown Sunday. Mr F. Smith resißned as mana>;< r of the dairy department of the T.edjter last Wednesday, to take effect February 1 His son Rol>ert tak- < his place. Mr It. J Woodruff has renter! Mr. Smiths hou-e on Cherry street, taklrig possession list Wednesday, 1»r ind Mrs ('. M Martlr entertained a numtn-r of th ir fri«ruts last evenlnß. Thof>. pres. Nt were: lrr «ntl Mrs. Mar tin. Mr HsiKh Martin. Ml«s Km in a Ivev Mr. at:,i Mr- S H. Peelye. Mr and Mrs! J tnies Wright. Mr. and Mrs. J H War ten Mr. Ut. um Warren. Mr. Lewis Behl. Mr. 1,. P. Smith anu Mr. Charles l.ar.nl'ury. T 1., of Seattle, ac.d brother, from Salem. Ore., w, r# in Medina Sun day. Mr Jo! b K OWM called on frl-nds in riclievue !;..» f;. r e part of the week. Ml-* Ni.-.'oK a te». her tn the Rainier '''hi**! j ael BrihVQC ** Vitlt Saturdaj*. B 1 »o: t: ; was h« mo S - ;:.-.!ay T;.o Ixjnd. r Dally Trtlegraph c-rtainly has knsek. of st'ikinir popular nations, an.' Its .>*« -, to ■ -Tie do a lifeboat In m* m r> of the late \S'i !iam Terras Is a capi tal on-> In every \v \ The de. ■ is-,! aei\ r a. one t:*r.e in t' > navy, and had rr.e' > than .lis!; .IC i ;*•-.» ii if ; y <■" " i -nilj. t .t s- ,-i t:id th>- \,ii. ,f .) lif< • !a obvloua U> all Subscriptions headed bv a lib* ial «-ne from *te lourital i-i qu< -lion are aw.n;- In .*■ . lit :iti\ w. il attrt th«*r ts im rtouo; tiat the n«>edfi>S !■»! •» w . ;*,» fort;*, -r. .< t > la ,n» h toe \\ s :u Terr.s* en a t«reer of v .-.jit T^nturo. THE SEATTLE POST-ISTELLIGENCER. SUNDAY, JANUARY 30. 1898. vut-oT-iown society TACOMA. Jan. 19.—The first chapter of the new year is Just closing, but in so cial matters nothing of a particularly in teresting nature and nothing that has the attraction of a novelty is to be record ed. The different clubs meet with regu lar monotony or interest according to one's point of view, but nothing new has besn taken tip or started, so that there is little variation to the social life in Ta coma. Spring seems near at hand with the coming out of the pussy willows and the appearance of the crocus and tulip, which the mild weather la forcing into evidence, a.id with the suggestions cf spring come the plans for summer out ings and gaieties. Today is competition day at the golf links, and play will be kept up all the forenoon and afi^rr.oon. The Rev. Mr. Ch&al gave a very inter esting lecture on Henry VIII. for the Shakespeare class at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ingersoll on Thurs day nighl. After the lecture Mrs. D. D. Calkins gave several vocal solos and Miss Lucille Bradley gave several piano se lections. Refreshments were served. Among present were Mr. and Mrs. Caikins, Mrs. C. W. Grisgs, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Jacobs. Mrs. Allyn. Mrs. Oberteuffcr. Mrs. J. li. Brad ley. Mrs. Ashton, Rev. and Mrs. Clap ham. Mrs. Eaton. Mrs. Daly, Mrs. White, Mrs. Raynor. Miss Cheal. Miss Little. Miss Daly. Miss Mabel Kershaw, Miss Hewitt, Miss Clancey. Miss Forbes. Miss Miller. Miss Maud Miller. Miss Eaton. Miss Guppy, Miss Yoorhees. Mrs. Yoor hees. Miss Hudson, Mr. Bowles. Mr. Fred Bull. Mr. W. A. Bull, Mr. Will Lit tle, Mr. Frank Allyn, Mr. Clyde Clancey, Mr. Ed. Daly. <?> <s> The entertainment of living pictures given at the Parish house on Tuesday evening was very successful. Following is the list of jlicturts and by whom taken: Judith. Mrs. Frederick Snow; shepherd ess. Miss Shultz; nun. Miss Amy Hall; Gibson girl. Miss Ingersoll: o!d portrait. Miss F. Holbrooke; Spanish girl. Miss Van Banthuysen; daughter of the reg iment. Miss Hail; a picture. Miss Dur gin; Japanese girl. Miss? Hall; yachting girl. Miss Holbrooke; Gypsy girl. Nelsie Bennett; poster girl. Miss Janie Tyler; Carmen, Miss Gower; summer girl. Miss Ingersoll; dancing girl. Miss Joan na Cort-Van der Linden; pair of Kim ball's coons, Mr. Jack Sprague and Mr. Martin Holbrooke. <£> <s• The Aloha Club met Monday after noon at the residence of Mrs. Galusha Parsons. The programme was as fol lows: Practical Question*. "Man is a reflector: he cannot help show ing the environment,in which lie has lived, the influences that have playtd around him."—Henry Drummond. Piper, "Enironmcnt"—Mrs. James Si mon. Topics. The Horn?— Mrs. Galusha Parsons. Natural Surroundings—Mrs?. Frederick Watson. Edvca:lonal— MUs Dewey. Social—Mrs. Osgood. Moral and Spiritual—Mrg. J. M. Miller, Jr. Current Events-Mrs. Alexander Baillie. <§> ® A number of ladies were entertained by Mrs. Henry Hewitt on Tuesday after noon to meet Mrs. Baird and Mrs. Jones. Those invited were Mrs. R. S. Caldwell, Mrs. A. M. Baker. Mrs. George Browne. Mrs. Achilles, Mrs. McClane, Mrs. Bai ley, Mrs. A. G. Foster. Mrs. C. W. Griggs. Mrs. G. C. Wagner. Mrs. Galu sha Parsons, Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. Wade, Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Stacy. Mrs. E. T. Dur gin. Mrs. Clancey. Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. J. W. Rowe. Mrs. P. p. Norton. Mrs. Wat son. Mrs. Nelson Bennett. Mrs. Fitch. Mrs. c J. Kershaw, Mrs. Thomas Riggs] Miss Cora Fitch. ❖ <s> <s> An informal afternoon tea was given last Saturday afternoon by Miss Edna Durgin for Miss Cardin, of Seattle. Those present were Miss Styne, Miss Curl, Miss Tyler. MNs Clara Hewitt, Miss Van Bun thuysen. Miss Shults, Miss Bennett, Miss Gower. Miss Clancey, and Miss Knoble. <£> <§> Mrs. Eld red Tucker gave n very pretty luncheon on Wednesday. The ficral deco rations were of pink and white carnations and smilajt. Thos-» present were Mrs Turner. Mrs. Frank Allvn. Mrs. J. M. Ashton and Miss Wolbert.. <§> ♦ A chaflng-dlsh supper was giver at Mrs. Hewitt's on Wednesday night for Mrs. Balrd. The guests were Miss Curl, Mr Alex Hosmer. Mr. Shackleford and Mr. John McDir.lels. Mrs. MeG'er entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lombard at luncheon on Thursday. Ss <t> & Social Motes. Mr. C. E. Hurley .spent Thursday it. s>-. attle. Mrs. R. B. Lehman kft wee It for the Fast. „. M ; K , r Ki'K Of Seattle, wis In tow a U ciliiesday. Mr. J. T. Steeb spent several d.ivs thii week in Seattle. Miss Maud Barrett, of Puyallup. spent Monday in Tacoma. Mr C P. Masters-m si>ent L?st Sunday with fr ; en<!« in Puyallup. Mrs. F. N Baird. of Fverett, is vlsitlnir Mrs. Hej.ry Hewitt. Mr F r irik M Caldwell mide a bus!n<-?s triu to S in > eiti. s this week. Mrs. John IT. S-o!t is slowlv reccverine from an attack of typhoid fever. T I>ek ! Read in IT C i-- rr • w:'li V-s Fursrin on Thursday afternoon. Mr. 1 T Stet-h has b»»n v..-;rin.? Mrs. Ma r;ce Fapon: .• Yonkers. N. V. Mr. R • rr. H M n »rv ' Ph:!.-.d,-'.- p.tla, a jcu s; at the Tacoma hotel. M -- Je.«.--;e Kershaw srocs Sundiy to Port", ind to visit the Miss-es Flanders. Mrs J M W "-.Si iff md d.mahter thy. will leave n-xt week for California. The i>up:ltf of the Annie Wrljrht s c in e.rv Witt Ktv« an eventn* mustcaJe on Ft b ruary 9. Mr J >hn S Baker and M B A !!ak-- have spending the week in Portland. Mr* l . • r Hurley, who h/*s . \i- *l*ik a coup!- of w ek* in Porti.md. returned h 'm* Tuesday. M-«* "M irear- • T\ art Mxs y: !- \ l>i'K n spent .as: Su: di v wit 1 ' M<j Maul Barrett in Puyallup. Mr md Mrs T. mis S - who are in San Ft *t.« lsoo, are expeicMd in Ta cma next w■ k. Mr and Mrs. p-r.-v T. >! rc»r,. of Sin Frae s a. Wi r- tr< T' tha week : e irue-*ts of Mr. John S Baker. Mr arid M'- Fred-r: k Br- wt; wll e B s -ter hot-i n< xt w-«k ar.3 _-a to ;h« r a a.«e on North J <:r*et. T >"ak--". are <' jm met t' ~s week v M-- > y Next •k i; ciasts v\ , ! iri w:th M v la-'.i. ■ Fitca. Mi.--' Miv \ iHir'r*' s. who has Iv-, n v.sit lr.jr :n different eastern cities for th- past ten n: >n:ha. returned home last w-ek. Mr W <? Pf art e ts ti l «n Tncoma Sunday from Si Paul M!s ro- r Mr. Kgixrt Pearce, wiii ae ompany hini. Mrs iJeoric-* W. D: lflr**>n and h• r " - • M:.-s W ■ 1. ini over .'r-m S- ittie Wi..r,eti4y *".d s. viu tt - j.ft« »n Ta coma. M-« K • ' » -■* tim a r' ■■ rm i' re j on Mor.Jav af.»*::ov»n M s.s V an Bar.: »*.n. T: oa>e ;:iv»ttd wtr« M.'o Cur:. M.^a Hewitt. Mi-* Tyler, Miss DuT-gin. Miss G wer. MJSS Shu'.tx. Miss Styne. Mrs. Melbourne Baiiey, who has been visiting h*r family in Baltimore for tt*e p<i*t year, is expected home is about two weeks. The Luncheon Club met this week with Mws Holbrooke. Mrs. E. S. Hall has t ilten Miss Paddock's place during her ab sence la Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Caldwell and Mr. R. H M >ntgomery. of Philadelphia, were entertained Informally by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Martin on Tuesday evening. The Sans Souci Card Club met Friday with Mrs. Little at the tesidencr of Mrs. Jacob Vandtrbtit- T'je ptlr for the mosith was won by Mrs. J. w. Rowe. Tn? Youn* League of the First Congregational church, which is both a literary and sociai society, will meet Mon day afternoon with Mrs. P. D. Norton, on North E street. OLVML'M SOCIAL XEWS. mmammmm * OLYMPIA. Jan. 25.-The social event of the week was the bock social giver Wednesday evening bv the Girl's Friendly Society at the beautiful Gowey home, occu pied by th« Misses I'rinee during the ab sence in Japan of Consul General Gowey and family. Each visitor, by some badge, emblem or other tok ji, was supposed to represent some book, and a prize was of fered for the person who would guess the titles of the greatest number of books thus represented. Miss Gertrud Foliansbee earned the prize, having correctjy named more than thirty of the representations. Miss Ida Hiil was awarded a prize for sus taining the title of a bock through the (n --tire evening, and several ladles earned honorable mention for fathoming a large number ef tht representations. A Klon dike gold claim, which was mined by thj guests of the evening for its nuggets, was a feature of the evening's entertainment. A nice programme of music was rendered, under dir > tion of Misses Covington and Sypher, followed by a delicious collation of refreshments. The Rhododendron Dancing Club gave a ball last Saturday evening in Unity par lors in honor of the marriage of two of its honored members. Justice C. M. Dial and Miss May E Coons. The club is the oldest la th, city, and fifty couples participated in the grand niaich. led by Vice President Ott and the lulde. followed by the groom ,aad Miss Eeckner. Delicious refreshments were served by the lady nu mb rs of the club, and the event was pronounced the most enjoyable in the club's history. The Euterpe Musical Club met Tuesday evening with th Mioses Barr and ren dered a delightful musical programme, de voting the remainder of the evening to choral practice under direction of Miss I'ctter. The ciub embraces some of thl best musical talent in the city, banded to gether for self improvement. Mrs. L. H. Leach, wife of the deputy superintendent of public instruction, is th energetic presi dent. Only one night ihis winter has there been snow enough to render coasting enjoyable, and that was Tuesday evening. The coast ing hill in East Olympia w.is lined with young p ople enjoying the hilarious pas time when a sledload of happy humanity swerved from the road and a spill resulted. Merrill Marr, a lad of 15, struck his head against something sharp and a scalp wound was laid open above the right ear that required six stitches of the surgeon's needle to close. For three months past Olympia has been more or less afflicted with a mild form of scarlet fever. About three weeks ago Its extermination was promised, but it has again spr»ad to various parts of the city and thv h aith officers are aJopting more vigorous measures of quarantine to slam;} it out. There have been no fatalities nnd no one is seriously ill from the malady. Mrs.W. H. Roberts is conducting almost nightly rehearsals for an entertainment soon to be given und r the auspices of St. John's Episcopal church. Rev. O. \V. Mintzer has conducted re vival services in First M. E. church each evening this week. He is assisted by Rev. Dr. Sulllgcr, presiding elder of the Olympia conf /mice district. Mrs. C. B. Seeley, wife of the pastor of the M. E. church at Kalama, Is in the city visiting her parents. The Woman's Relief Corps has an nouneetf si box social for tonight at Grand i Army hall. Roderick Spngue has been home from i Seattle the past w ek. preparing to take his departure for Dyea to join Blden W. Pollock in the launching of a newspaper. Miss Amy Griffith, of Boisfort, Lewis county. Is in tht> city visiting her sister, Mrs. T. N. Henry. Mrs. Frank Pertygrove and Mrs. B. S. Mi!!<r, of Seattle, are in the city for a visit with th-Mr mother. Mrs. Burkett. James Mc In tyre, is suffering Irom a brrken rib. resulting from a fall. W. A." H lgemeyer has taken a week's furlough for a visit with friends in Seattle and Tacoma. R reiver Si'obey, of the district land of fice. is quarantined from his home be cause of tlie iilneag of his youngest child with f arlet fever. N<> material change in the condition of Judge Ayer has been announced during t'rfe vreek. Only the physicians and mem bers of the family are permitted to see him. Scarlet fever has invaded the home of Judge Aver, atta king but mildly the old est - child, a bov of H years. Judge Burk > of Seattle, visited Olympia during the week for the transaction of t'tisinvss witli the state land commission. Miss Alice C. 3-ro(un was in the city from Ta >mu yesterday greeting hor many friends. Mr. W. L Miller, of New Whatcom, is visiting in this city. Tod Cowit-s. a favorite in Olympia so ciety. is pr i; aring to eo to Tacomi to en ter upon ti study of law ;n the office of Deputy District Attorney C. E. Claypol. Paul Drees. ! ro: icr of Con. F. Drees, well known in local circles as a swift on the l»l y le, - * lat*- arrival from Coving ton. Ohio. He expects to make Olympia his homt SNOHOMISH SOCIETY XEWS. SNOHOMISH. Jan. 25 -The Good Ti'mpl. rs h.,v»* moved into Gem City hall and »il! her*-af:er hold their meeting* on U'.min. *5.' > evr-nirg. At their meetin* h ill i W*>dn«-»day evening the follow* ing ofti< .: •» w.-re fleeted: Ruth Shaw, ( hief t. n'j lar; Ada Mnuns, vice templar'; J.> Bird. . r- • ary Yay S; wart. rinan t :.ii ««. J«i k Bird, treasurer, H'nrv t' >->khn,r. marshal. F. F. Hopkins, of T.icoroa. has been In :h« city r r the ; st few days in the ln >' the- Junior Order of Amerli an Mechanic n. Mr r. of has been in the city for the p.u'i ten day* securing mem bers for th. orga:lx*tk>n of a lodge of Woodmen of the World. He wiil Insti tute in a very short time- with about thirty me Titers. Snohom.!- is the greatest s»-cret aociety 'own in th* s!.*:e. Th-re are between twenty-five a d secret organiu tion* h< re, a: J ail iire. In a prosperous condition. Mr. and Mrs. Judge MeGulnesa wore jrpri-ed .i*. 11,- ■ r home on East Third str. • t on \\ lr,. —i xy evening. A i,ir« ' ;• • f ;!:• ,r friend- went in on them sir I a p' trs: evening was sper.t at cc ■ : <>:htr amu«:mn:f. Mr« Fr:<n■ es R. Harrington w!H a * v d, v« f r !'■ :. l!- t r.. Ore., where w.U r*.tr.j.:i f.-r t* vera; months w.th her daughter. Mrs. WilWam Ferguson, formerly of this dry. A delightful entertainment and social was given on Friday under the auspices <u the Society of the First Presby terian church. The opening number on the programme *»* Thompson's beauti ful quartette. "Friendship. L«ove and Song." sung by Miss Cassie Baraett. so prano; Miss Ida Naytor. alto: Mr. W. Hawcroft. tenor, and Mr. C. K. Greene, basso, with Mr. Herbert, organist. This Is one of the finest quartettes in the city and their singing is equal to that of many professionals. Mr. Gottsehall delivered an interesting lecture on the one absorbing theme of the day, "Gold." after which refreshments Were served, UMI the audience wtts enter tamed by soioe sung by Mr. Howeroft and are of Everett's favorite singers. Mr. Greene. Every one enjoyed the evening and departed feeling that It was good to have been there. Henry Gray, one of the earliest of the Snohomish pioneers, returned Tuesday after an absence of twenty years in Maine. A 1 Smiley, a former resident of Sno homish. returned home Tuesday after an absence of a year in KiondiKe. The members of the St. John's Episco pal church are making special efforts to imrrove their services in the way of music. The services of Mr. Maughlin have been secured as choir director, and Mr. E. M. Taylor will assist In the sing ing. The largest party of argonauts to icave Snohomish for Klondike up to the pres ent time was that which left for Seattle Monday afternoon. It consisted of Messrs. A 1 Hartley, of Sultan, and Dick Richards, Charles Cyphers, Ed K. Kain and Tim O'Grady. of Snohomish. They sailed on the City of Topeka for Juneau and Pyea and will go over the Chilkoot pass to Dawson. F. B. Stickney, of Sultan, was In town, the first of the week. William Whitfield returned from Seattle Monday, where he has been on the fed eral grand jury for the past three weeks. S. F. McElroy. of the firm of McElroy and Lee. of Sllverton, was In town the first of the week. BELLIXtiHAM BAY SOCIETY. WHATCOM. Jan. Mrs. Edward Fischer and Miss Roberts presided at a tea in aid of the public library this after noon. A musical feature made the pro gram especially attractive. Rev. F. S. Wright, of the Fairhaven M. E. church, has resigned on account of ill health. His place has not yet been filled. The local council of the Royal Arcanum had their annual banquet on Wednesday evening. Mr. D. Dann Egan presided and Deputy Supreme Regent C. P. Jngersoll, of Buffalo, N. Y.. was the guest of honor. A number of visitors were Invited, and af ter the banquet toasts, music and social Jollity kept up Interest till well cn in the morning. The Ladies' Co-operative Aid society gave an art exhibit in the B. B. Bank block on Wednesday and Thursday, and also provided a lunch on the last day. The proceeds arc to be devoted to helping to maintain a bureau In Seattle to give in formation regarding the Whatcom county mines. Mrs. John Neher entertained the Trinity church Epworth League at her home on Garden street on Friday evening. H. E. Hadley returned on Monday from a long visit among Indiana relatives. The latest move is the formation of a Federation of Charities an organization with ward committees and an executive board, which has control of all charities In the city, and any applicant for handouts or aid of any kind must appeal to the proper officer Instead of to some Individual citizen. Rev. J. W. Miller is president, Judse H. E. Hadley vice president and F. B. Graves, clerk of the executive board. There will be a common fund and central place of distribution. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Udness gave a charm ing little dancing party on Saturday even ing at thetr home on Humboldt street, in honor of Miss Benson on her departure for San Francisco. The participants in thfi evening's enjoyment were: Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Udness, Misses Benson, Templin, Byrne. Lee, Allen: Messrs. H. K. Kallock, E. B. Learning, Cecil Bacon, H. Engberg, C. M. Hunter. Miss Roberts entertained the members of the Card chib at luncheon on Thurs day afternoon. Later progressive euchra was the order of the day, Mrs. Edward Fischer winning the first prize and Mrs. L. H. Hadley the second. Governor and Mrs. Geo. A. Black, of Spokane, are visiting old friends in Fair haven. Mr. Carl A. Day, a prominent shingle manufacturer of Sumas, was calling on Fair ha von friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lea Cowglll enter tained a few friends at cards Thursday night. Miss Mary Benson expects to leave on the 3d of February for an extended visit with relatives in San Francisco. Miss Ella Templln has returned from Seattle, where she was the guest of Miss Olive Slntz. UKKTT SOCIKI Y. EVERETT, Jan. 2>.~The Fendlaton brothers. Ira, Curtis and Harley, left here for Alaska last week. Oti Monday evening, January ?lst, the Lady Maccabees gave a basket social and danco na their hall. Mrs. James E. Bell will leave here the first of thef week on a, visit to friends in Portland. Or. Among the. Everett people who visited Seattle this week were Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. Garrajtues, Mr. J. L. Bowen. Mr. R. Springer. Mr. J. 11. Mitchell. Mr. N. Rude berlo and Mr. John McManus. Hon. J. W. HofTner made his friends a short call this week. He was on hi* way to the diggings. The 'I»7 and '9B club will give a grand bali next Tuesday evening. On Tuesday evening about thirty of the members of the Good Templar lodge gave Mr. and Mrs. N. W. M«-rrifield a surprise at their home on Nassau street. The event also celebrated their fourth marriage anni versary. The professor has resigned his position here In our sehool* and will start for Alaska on February *. Among -those nres-nt were Mr and Mrs. >». W. Merri fleld, Master Ralph. Miss Roue Merritield, of Abilene. K tns««. Miss Edith Hammond. Miss Ollie Hammond, Miss Piarnbark. Miss Randolph, Miss I-ater, Miss Estes. Miss King. Mrs. Ingersoll, Mr. J. T Sherley, Mr. Randolph. Mr Slierwood. Mr. Staten, Mr. Goldthorp, Mr. Ingersoll. Mr Clark, Mr. C'assells, Mr. Thompson. Mr. Hlnderer Mr Bishop, Mr. Gould, Mr. Handson. Mr. Woods. WALLA WALLA SOCIAL SEWS. WALLA WALLA. Jan. 29. One of the m-**t important event* in society circles of Walla Walla occurred thin evening when Mr. Paul t'ompton and Mis* Lora K-es wvre married. The ceremony w.ik performed at the chur< h by the R»v F L Palmer, re tor of St. Paul a Eplacopai church. Miss Carrie Keefer was the brisdesmald. Lieut. Charles Harris, of Fort Walla Walla. t*-st man; Lieut. Cecil Stewart. Dr. Frank Keefer and Mr I>»- m. Nt Church, ushers. After th« ceremony a reception was held at the residence of th" bride's mother, where fully -Am of tne leading society people of Walla WalSa paid their resets to the bride and groom. Th* bride is th# charming and accom plish.d daughter of Mrs. R. R R ON(S of the of WLalia. Walla valley. The groom is th- only son of Col. and Mrs. C. E. Cotnpton, of Port Waila Walli Thf> left tonight for Spokane. Seatti* and Portland on a bridal tour. Mrs. Rriurry's art lecture course em inences r.ext Friday, 230 p. m.. at Art League rooms. J. S. GRAHAM'S .. ENTIRE .. Jacket and Cape STOCK ♦ AT FOUR CUT PRICES $4-75- $7-50. $9.75, $14.75. COMME\( I\Tr MOMUY MOHXIXfi THK BAUM K or OIR JACK. RT STOCK WILL HE OFFERED AT FOI R SPEC IAL PRICES U Oft. UEK TO CLOSE OLT THE ENTIRE STOCK. *>•>%••>•> fl 0 ftf> 01 +i T k a A JJM Hf— *«' w * nd Stylish Jncliflt, the re**. ! X 4 | m /B J ,ar price* of wliicta have b«e* ' y J\ ( "fa U »7-A>, *s and *». *t 1 i A M IV iV-»w n«"l H«nd»ome Jackets, the ' » X it m J >%91 rrunlur prtrei of nrhirh hart ht«a 1 ' X Al V I 111 V *12.50, *13.30 and f 14. I A i A A jM MS —\> \Y aud Choice Jackets, the re*- 1 ' i if m U lalar prices of tvhlch have heea ! $ /II vi ■ CF JF»7.r,O. J(sl.s nnd *3O. k A M M M -iliKhril Quality Jackets, the Nf»> | Y A I mQ ZB J lar «' which have fceea Kit ! •£ /)|| Ok I ■■ ■Cr 127.5«, #;m and *;«. *£............ ...... .. ...... ... ... .«■ a ...^-ft. f|Q|Q||Q| \ THE GARMENTS ARE OF THE VERY LATEST STVLC MB *fp FRESH, NEW GOODS. p| AT THE ABOVE PRICES THESE GOODS WILL SELL WIM RUSH. DO XOT DELAY YOCR Pi it CHASES. J. S. GRAHAM No. 716 Second Avenue. CARPETS. Bargains In Our Carpet Department for Oil Week Only. A Gooil fotlun Cnrpol for 10c ptf fHi A Very Heavy Cotton Carpet for ......... .*......K4e per jtm4L All-Wool Cnr|K't for 40c per yar& Tapestry Itrunnelii Cnrpi't nt ........ ..49c pet rtfi A Very Heavy Branxel* Carpet at ...50e per Tlfi A Good I.inc of Koiiurttea at .90e per fdi A (iood 1,1 in* of Uoily Brn»K«-l<i at OHc per Jlli> FURNITURE.- A liooil lied room Set for mm A Hard-Wood Set for fli* A Solid Oak Set for . . .fIMS - * BARGAINS.' A thoroughly Raarnotrrd _ __ 4»a » 111, CIII Hi; "THE PIONEER C ART til HOLSE OF WASHINGTOIV J 1123 First \ven»ie, Seattle.