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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ^^ 1891.
3ficgonial World. ONETHING AND ANOTHHR WHICH SOCIETY PEOPLE LIKE TO TALKABOUT. EVERYONE kHH what 'he Bre^^^event of thia wetk has he-en^the^announcement of the fuel that^work in the Ana.. mil mines would be^ntumril at once uuil that ihu smelters in^tbio cily would he opened a* soon aa a^sufficient HMHl of ore MM l^^^-^cured. Every one hero know^. too, how^that snnouncenicnl was rece-iveel an I^bow wbiatlra and bells, fire crackers and^drums, waving burners, l*MJ tl kM ^'nl^amilea, hand shakings and cheers with^^out eud were made to help t-xprcaa the- joy^of every good ritneii of Annt-onda. Mr*.John Howard ia visiting friends in^Butlr. H.Kobn of Miasoula was in town yes^^terday. Ur. .S.E. Kcberof Hutte MMffal Friday^In town. MiaaHattie Kvana returned to Hutte on^Monday. J.D. Thomas is MMfaMfl Sunday in^Anaconda. TbeHon. John Lindsay of Hutte is in^Anaconda. E.E. Lyman of llutlo was in town^Wednesday. D.J. Filigeraid went to Buttu last^Wednesday. T.K. E. Berry was in Hutte last^Wednesday. C.E. Leach of Syracuse is a guest at^tbe Montana. WilliamH. Toole of Hamilton was in^Anaconda on Friday. M.J. Donahue is in Pittsburg, Pa. on^bis way to Anaconda. Mr.and Mrs. L. 0, Smith have taken^rooms at the Montana. Mrs.I. F. Eirhy went MM to Unit. Fri^^day to stay until Saturday night. Dr.McK'-iisii, formerly of Anaconda,^^pant tbe first ol the week in town. Mrs.Major Pmm and daughirr,^Daisy, went hack lo llultc iu-i Monday. LastMonday Mr. and Mrs. Marcus^Daly, with ilur children, went to Ms MissAnna Colin visited Miss Nellie^Kinney at Kacv Track during the past^week. Mrs.H. A. D'Arbuel (pent Friday in^Butte with her aialcr-ill-law, Mrs. Walker^of Helena. Mrs.J. H. IsMMj who hss been srr-^ionely ill for tbe last two weeks, is alowly^recovering. L.A. t'rowcll, formerly employed in A.^T. Playtcr's drug store, has returned to^Anaconda. E.('. Alwatt-r and II. Sommi-rs of II !^ana h ve MM MMastffaf 1 short tune at^tbe Montana. A.\Y. MK'une with Ins son, A. \Y. Mr^( una of hall Lake, passed last 1'ntluy ui^tbe Montana. PercyIngalU, who spent the MM^wiib relatives in Poriluiid, has MMl^lo Anaconua. Mrs.\V. \V. Turney and bcr son lioyal^spent last week in Unite, Mi gue^t ol^Mrs. Hueger. ChiefMalum y ^ f the flro departm -nt,^who has lioeti disabled by u sprained^ankli, is recovering. Mr*.Victor Hay of this city, who has^for some I Hue bet n visit, tig in liostuti,^^rill reach home lo-uigtit. MlaaCorueliaSuprenaut went to Unite^Monday to spend n Veral days wub Mrs.^Sam Johnsloue, formerly o( tins city. Mrs.Sibyl Lingo has returned from^Boulder, where she was for a week the^guest of Mrs. I apt. lieorge Ten h, Ms JamesMMMI ^f BsMMM and bis^brother. I'. J. Shields of Pueblo, Colo.,^passed a part of the week in Anaconda. Mrs.J. 1). Thomas and her sister. Miss^Eflle Stalter, who have been visiting in^Salt Lake, returned to Auaconda lasi^Tuesday. ToeLadies Auxiliary of tbe M. E.^church held a meeting in the lecture room^Thursday afleruooti and elected utlleers^for tbe year, W.L lioge utid A. W. Mel nm. of Ana^^conda, who have made a trip to the K 10.^tenai country aud British Columbia,^reached borne last Thursday. Fortyper cent, of the procet d* from^tbe entertainini lit ^1 he U d less of^Fame,'' to lie given at Evan's op. ra house^on the l.' li ol NoVeiutMT, is to go to St,^Mark's cliiirch. Mrs.Joseph Smith an 1 Mrs. McKay.^Who have been as delegates Irom the De^^borah lodge to the grand lodge of the^Daughters of Heln kali at lies man, re^^turned Wednesday. JohnB. Keynolds, jr. of Anaconda and^Miae Mary Duddeii ol Silver How June-^Mat were married Wednesday i veiling^by Rev. I'. Luwry ut the MMl ol the^brlie's parents. Mr. and Mra. Reynolds^Will make their home in llil.edy. SeveralMjh from H.iltc, many of^tbem well known in this city,spentn part^of last week ul the Montanu. Among^fiem were M. II. MMWsMj Seih II.^bmith, H. 1.. Seheiiu ihorn, 1. E. t Ipiier-^heimer, klos.es S. verinau, A. M. Kay, M.^G. Colin, W. M. Adamson and W. M.^Touhy. Thel'ansophian e!n ^ met at the resi^^dence of Mrs. William 11. Hums last^Wednesday aiteruo..n. A letm wn'.icn^by Henry Estabrook upon Yellowstone^park, Shoshone la I-, I'oitlsn.l And^Alaska was read. 1 lien a | r ny Intl.-^atory was commenced, to he fin.died^next Wednesday afternoon, w-nen the^club will meet wnli Mis. J. II. Dotm. n ut^tbe Montana. Tbe ineiulK'ts of the club^this year w ill lie Mi sd.uu. a D ims.^Durston. Hallabati, llensley, K-ng. Ken*^nei'y, L ^^ mis, Merrill, Malts** Tuttie,^Turnry, Winston ai d M.^^ Dnislon. BUITt'at^ C' AL LIFE. Ta'feAbout Ibis ami 1 u at MM lu a Lias orI w o. BVTlTsaOct. |L^'1 he Miasm Adelaide^and Lucille 'i homtou entertuiiieil m^honor ^f Misa Madge Dai;. Monday^liHi lit. Duiieiug, cards and delicious r^^fresl in. tils win- f.alurea of the even-^ing'a MMfJMMt The Ml Ml w. re^Missea Mudiri' Daly. Carrie Jacobs, May^Casey, Hattie Lvni/, Mr-. L'ppiucot',^alrt. Buchrcr, Messrs. Winston. PsfMss^Irvine, Foster. Will Clark. U-wa^. Lau-^^ler. Long and Will Thornton. HenryK. Wolcult la tl.e gueat of W. A^Clark. MissMason of Helena a the guest ol^Mrs. Arthur Wethy.^K. B. K.ngeiiiig of Pbilipsburg waa in attendanceat the Bell-Speculator trial^Thursday. C.D. French will apend tbe winter in^Virginia L'ny. MissLau-a Bsker it visiting Missoula^and Deer L oifgo friencla. Mra.W. II. Kuuyon an I family loft for^California Tuesday morning. S.M. Caaier reiurn -d Thursday from^a brief business visit in Helena. Mrs.E. J. Conger of Dillon la the gueat^of her friend, Mr-. Fayette Harrington. Mr.and Mrs. Frank Miller left Wi-diic*.^day for Chicitiro for a stay of three weeks. Mrs.11. A. D Aeheill waa in th ^ cily^Friday aa ibu gueat of Mrs. M. J. Cou^^ncil. Mra.W. W. Turney of Anaconda vis-^ited friends in Hull^ several daya last^week. Mrs.F. T. Mcllride and son have re^turned from a vi-it with Deer Lodge^friends. MisaEva Strashurger has returned^from ll 'cla, where alio ipim tbe summer^months. Mi- Krankie Horst and father will^leave November 4, for a tour of tbe east^^ern cilice. Judgeand Mra. Fred Loeber will leave^aom^ time in November for a winter in California. Mra.Sarah Hoot of Lincoln, N^b., is^visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Cushing,^of this city. MissSybil Lingo has been visiting Mra.^Hotchkiss en West Quarts street during^the past week. Judgeand Mrs. W. I. Lippincntt will^move into their former home in Excelsior^park next week. MissKrankie Horst entertained Misses^Hattie Evans aud Auuia Ulack at dinner^Tuesday evening. MisaCornelia Surprenant of Anaconda^ia the guest of Mrs. Sam Johnstone on^East t 'upper street. Mrs.Marcus Daly and family left for^New York Tuesday, They will sail for^Paris next Thursday. Col.George S. Tingle of San Francisco^was the gip st of hie son, E W.S. Tingle,^'J liured.iy und Friday. Mra.James Mi ( a ^ hai been very ill at^St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, N. Y .,^but is now improving. D.. J. ( . Witherspoon will resign his^cue of the hospital November 1 aud re^^turn to his former rooms. Mr*.Estelle Egbert haves to-night for^Sail Lake e.ty to visit Mrs. Seckels. She^will return in al.out three weeks. Mr.and Mrs. /.. Evans and Misaja Mat^^te am Harriet Evans will leave Nov. 3^for Salt Lake ( ity, where they will atay^during th^ w inter. W.A. Clark entertained Mr. and Mrs.^E. W. S. 'J ingle, Col. George S. Tingle^and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Rockwood at^dinner Friday evening. EO Di!^'aii ami family will Ml Into^the MMf residence on West (Joarts^atreet in a fees days, Mr. Dugali having^purchated the property. Judgeund Mrs. Mcllatlon have pur^^chased the McCaig residence on Weat^Granite atreet and will take posseasion^MMl time during tne week. Mr.and Mrs. G. W. Slapleton will leave^in a short time for California to aiiemltho^mm months. Miss Etta Stapleton will^visit her brother at the college in Deer^Lodge during their absence. Theladies of Si. John's Guild met at^at Mra. Thompson Campbell a Tuesday^and decided to give an entertainment^November 30, al which they will place on^^ale a choice selection of fancy work^suitable for Christmas presents. IlutieLadies al llwasiusu. Themember* of Harmony lodge de^^gree staff have returned from Hoieman.^The ^lalf consists of: P. G., Mra. J. R.^Ray; N. G. Mrs. H. H. Becker; V. G.,^Mrs. Van ttrton; K S. N. G , Mr*. J. J.^Y rk; L. S. N. G , Mrs. Coprtedgc; R. S.^V. G.. Mra. A. J. White; T. S. V. G., Miss^Lime Miller( conductress, Mrs. Bickell;^warden. Mrs. Gardner; L. altar S.. Mrs.^Holmes; R. altar S , Mis. J. Schiller; in^^side G . Mrs. Meikhjohn; D. B, Mra.^\\ yinam B. II.. Mrs. EstahrooktB. H.,^Mrs. Young; treasurer, Mrs. Waldrip;^secretary, Mrs. Howe ; asaiatant secretary,^M.ss Eret; chaplain, Mrs. Kinney; or^^ganist. Miss Julia Heinsbarh. Mrs.J. It. Kay waa appointed district^deputy ol Harmony ledge for the eusu ug^teiut Mrs. L. E. H dmes was appointed^district deputy of Miriam lodge for the^vuauiug term. Allthe R -bekah degree lodges in the^stale were represented at tbe convention^and were very pleasantly entertained, 1k-^iuu treut.-d to a drive through the beauti^^ful country surrounding Boiemau. All^the carriages ir. the cily were engaged for^the purpose, and the banquet tendered on^Wednesday eveulug by th Old Fellows^and their ladies was u most enjoyable^affair. Mrs.J. J. McCay, formerly a resident nt^I tine hut now among ibe prominent cm-^^ens of It. ^ man, gave a private dinner^in honor ol Mrs. H. H. Becker and Mrs. J. R.Ray during their stay ul MMMMs Mrs.J. D. Cain of Gratine, alter attend^^ing the e. iiventioii|at Cos man, *is the^guest of Mrs. A. J. Wnite of Butie. Mr.and Mn. Wood of i utile were^umo:;g Uiose s ho visited Iheeuiau during^the grand lodue sesaioti, having also v s-^ited Hutte previous lo going to Duseiuaii. Illltill 4 nil luilv. TheI''lion club parly given at R n^^shaw hall Friday ingut waa a rompiele^arc-ess in t very particular. The even^^ing waa delitibtul, the participants in a^happy Mi the music Hue und nothing^lacking to make the uffair thorougldy^ei j yalde. The coatumea of in., la lies^were: Ms~ Clara Wilcox, corn-colored en pe^and brown velvet, pearls. MM Hnltie Evans, lavender ailk^ir.mund w .th English violets utid green^leaves, diaiiionits. M.ssI'm. kie Horst,gaslight gn en silk,^chi(Ton II unces and silver passementt^re , natural flowers. Mis t .rric Jacobs, yellow silk, black^hrussels net overdress. MisaAd. laid;-Thornton, red crepe de^chine, trimmed w.ih ostrich fiather^bands, dininonila. Mis-ll.s-te llawes, blue crepe de chine,^combined sruh blue aud white nr.pen 'lkand trimmed with chiffon, natural^fl oarers. MissLucille Thornton, whits crepe ds^chine, chiffon fl .unces, diamonds. MisaEmmehne Green, white dotted^^wibs, flowers. MisaAitie Birdsewe, light blue gauss. MisaEmma Irvine, pale blue Cuina^silk, bouquet of bon silsn* roses. MissLouise Busch, lavender Chins ailk,^flowers. Mi-aKate Hsnnessy, black lace. MissMay Casey, lavender silk. MlasSus Birdssye, black silk and pink chiffon. MisaAnnie Black, red silk net. MisaBingie Mounts, tan Lengaline silk^aud lace, diamonds. MisaCora Young, terra colts atreet suit, Mra.Fayette Harrington, black lace,^diemonda. Mrs.E. J. Conger, black ailk and lace. Mra.Ferdinand Sanda, black ailk and^lace, diamonds. Mrs.T. C. Witherapoon, fawn silk and^brown velvet. Mrs.Birdseye, black ailk. Mrs.A. C. Holmes, white beugaline silk,^chiffon trimmings, diam mils. Mrs.1'. A. Lirgey, black lace. Mrs.Tom Livell, black ailk and lace,^pink rosea. Mra.E. D. Leavitt, atreet costume. Thegentlemen in attendance were:^Messra. Eveletb, Lorig, Casey, Hropby,^Holbronk, Pierce, Hester, Latisier, Gif-^ford, Pierson, Walsh, Heslet, Foster,^Irvine, Donobue, Butler, Welcome, War^^ren, lla^ rington, Holmes, Orion, Nieden-^hofen, Kerrigan, Walsh. Walter Lewis,^Dr. Hail, Dr. McCnmmon, Dr. Wither^^apoon, and Frederic Torrey of San Fran-^cisco. ATTHE COUNTY SEAT. What Iniereated Itrer Lodgs's Noeisty^Folks Hie I'aat Week. Df.frLodge, Oct. 24.^Marshal Furay^from Helena attended the rabbit chase st^Deer Lodge Sunday. MartinScott left Friday laat for an ex^^tended trip to the coast. HenE ar and family have moved into^the city for tbe winter. W.W. Beaumont and Thomas Morgan^spent Thursday of last week deer buttling^on Dog creek. Mrs.John H. Williams gave a dinner^on Monday in honor of Dr. J. H. Owing*'^Muh birthday and the anniversary of lbs^marriage of Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Trippet, FrankDurand of Granite epcul Tues*^day in Deer Lodge. Hon.Leopold Schmidt came down^from Hutte and spent Sunday laat with^his family. Mrs.George W. Irvine and daughter.^Mary, of Hutte wero in Deer Lodge several^days last week, the guests of Mrs. liv.ne's^sister, Mrs. A. H. Mitchell. HenryL. Scharnikow, after ^ most suc^^cessful hunting trip of two weeks' dura-^lion down on Big Blackfoot, returned to^Deer Lodge last Saturday. Mrs.1. S. Eldridge gave a deligbtful^tea at her home on Huinb ^w avenue^Wednesday evening. Th.se present^were: Mrs. J. H. Williams, Mrs. Jos. Mc^^Donald, Mra. Harry Peterson, Mrs. H.^S. Harris, Mrs. Wiles. CharlesE. Bonner and Mias Maude^Stuart, M. Migneray and Miss Helen^Merrick drove up ti Warm Springs Sun^^day lust and sp nt a must enj ^yabln day. MtaaSophia llr tit of Pioneer waa the^gueat of Miasea Lena and Helen Rice at^Deer Loiige several days the last week. Mrs.II. Davis and mother, Mra. Will^^iam Bratton, of Blackfoot city were^gtieats of Mrs. George Adama at Deer^Lodge during the week. H.P. Napton, who has been visiting^bis brothers, Frank and Welling Napton,^for several days, returned to bis home in^Vale, Ore., the llrat of thia week. G.H. McDougal, court stenographer^from Butte, attended the rabbit chase to^Deer Lodge laat Sunday. Mr.and Mrs. Smith of Miles City vis^^ited Messrs. Maples and Milburn at the^College of Molilalia laat Mouday. J.H. Durstou of Anaconda was in too^city tc-day. FrankE. Barnes, deputy sheriff at^Philipshurg, waa in the city on official^business Wednesday. Mrs.N. J. Btelenberg enjoyed a short^visit thia week from her friends, Mrs. D.^Shovnn and Mrs. Lockey of Anaconda. Mrs.William A. llensley, who left Deer^LoJge two weeks ago for a visit lo her^lather in Miaaouri, ia now vciy ill at Car-^rolltoii. Mo. Mr.and Mrs. James B. McMaster and^gueats, Walter McMaater and wife and^Miss Boyd of Micbigsn, visited the mines^in the Champion district last Saturday. WilliamWilson, jr , left tor liutte on^Monday, where he will read law lu the^office of Thompson Campbell. MissMollie Wiles was the guest of Mrs.^Laura J. Scott at Butto several days this^week. JudgeP. Gallagher and Deputy Sheriff^Dan McL -od of Granite were Deer Lodge^visitors Tuesday. TheHiggine brothers of Missouls wero^in tbe city Sunday. l'ebrLansing left last Moll lay for^Btseman, wher * be waa lo represent th*^Deer Lodge 1. O. O. F. lodge at the an^^nual meeting. TheDeer L .dgers who attended the^dance given at Racs Track Friday even^^ing of last week by the ladles of the 1. O.^G. T. pronounced it a grand success. Ex^^cellent music waa furnished lo the Wd-^tun oV Walkins orchestra and dancing^waa kept up till daylight. All elegant^supper, gotten up under tbe management^of Mrs. W. T. Elliott, waa not the least^enjoyable feature of tbe evoning'a en-^mmmh It.G. Dumber spent Wednesday and^Thursday of this Week attending to bus^^iness in Bulls. Mrs.Sam Scott gave a most delightful^drive wlnai party in the Scott bouse par^^lors Thursday evening. The bead prise^wss won by Mrs. E L Bonner, an I me^booby prii* was carrieil oiT tiy George^Senior. Elegant refreshments were^aerved at 11 o'clock and at 12 the guests^di parted, having suviil a thoroughly en^^joyable evening. Those present were:^Mr. and Mra. Theodore Bruntley, Mr.^ami Mr . Joseph A. Hyde, Mr. and Mrs.^E L I Sooner, Mrs. A. II. Mitchell, Mra.^Uielenherg, Mra. MMl B. Mill-. Mr. and^Mrs. J. N. Hrus -lion, Mra. W. Hatinoll,^Miaaes Helen Merrick, Mollie Wiles,^Mime H rub r. lUl-lta Ward, Dr. H-^Miller Messrs. Alfre I Whiiworth. Harry^MiPherson, George Seti'. r, Char ie Bon^^ner. Ed Scharnikow and Will Scott. Mra.\\ l.ham Coleman visited her sisters^Mrs. W. J. Matthews, at Anaconda a few^days of last week. CountyCommissioners Hamillon from^Auaconda aud A. A. McDonald uf P, ipsburgware attending to official business^hers Monday and Tuesday tost, Mr.and Mrs. i. P. Bsnnstt and son,^Harry, from Race Track, spsnt several^days tb.s week In Doer Lodge. N.J. Btelenberg left Wednesday for^M trip to Chicago and other eaatern cities. Messrs.James and Frank Con ley and^Charlie Hailing*r were participants in lbs^^booting tournament held at Butts this^week. R.B. Loom if, Thomas McTague, W. O.^Warner and John Hagall were visitors to^Helena on Monday last. Mrs.H. F. Titus and daughter, Fannie,^of Pbilipsburg, are visiting Mrs. Charlie^Aspling st 1) jer Lodge. , TheY. W. C. T. D. social that was an^^nounced for Thursday evening lo be^held al the boras of Mrs. J. H. Williams,^was postponed on account of iha party^at Mra. Scott's. Dr.C. F. R^ed and Robert Wilson at^^tended th- 1. O. G. T. ball at Race Track^last Friday i v -ning. Rev.James Kied spent Wednesday and^Thursday In Helena. 1lie public reception given in tbe par-^lcrs ol lbs Montana college last Friday^evening waa ^ social aucceas. WilliamWeinetetu of Pbilipsburg vis^^ited his son at the Montana college laat^Wednesday. MiaaWalker of Race Track and Mr.^Huckvale of Southern Idaho entered the^collego this week. MissMargaret Wolfe, county auperln-^tendenl, baa been absent, visiting the^country schools during tbe entire week. Dr.J. E. Burr from Boise City Is in the^city and will probably locals hers. HiramS. Blanchard of Clearwater will^move bis family to Deer Lodge in a few^daya for tbe purpose of sanding his chil^^dren to school during the winter. W.II. Trippet was an Anaconda visi^^tor on Mcnday last. Messrs.Aldricb A Bryan of Helena,^agents for the National Loan and Savings^union, are in ibe city. FrankBrown of Pbilipsburg waa in^D.cr Lodge Thursday. MISSOULASOCIETY. Doingsla Garden Coy Social Circles the^Paat Weak. Missoula,Oct. 21^ The first party^given by lbs Missoula Social Dancing^club this season came ^ ff at tbe K. of P-^hall last night. It was an unqualified^success. Nearly all the prominent so^^ciety people of tbe city were present and^the ball waa crowded. Race, with an^orchestra of aeveli pieces, furnished^splendid music. It waa about 1 o'clock^when tbe party broke up. Evidently the^Social club's dances are going to be^among tbe most elegant affairs of tbe^city during the coming winter. Mrs.J, W. Orr went to Helena this^morning to visit relatives for a few daya. J.N. McKay returned on Monday from^a v.ait of s.-v. ral months at bis old home^on Prince Edward's ialand. O.C. Cooper, tbe Grantadale merchant,^was here yesterday. He left ia the even^^ing for Spokane to bring home his fam^^ily, who havj been visiting there for a^number of weeks. HubertCarding left for bis old home^in Hum last night after spending the sum^^mer here. MarcusDa y was in the city Friday^evening and went up to Riverside in Su^^perintendent Ramsey's private car. A.B. Cook returned last night from^Helena, where be has been for sums time. LeeMantle and John B. Read of the^Inter Mountain are over from Butte. Mr.and Mrs. E. L. Bonner cams over^from Deer Lodge yesterday. P.L. Gogarty and bride returned to^Missoula on Friday. They were married^at Eureka, Utah, early in tbe month and^took a trip to Sau Francisco, Portland^the tbe sound . FrederickGilbert is to the citj from^Lo Lo. HowardR. Drayton went to Anaconda^ou Tuesday. MajorRonan of Flathead agency spsnt^Monday and Tuesday here. FrankW. McConnslI returned from a^short visit in Helena on Tuesday. JohnL Hani came in lrom the Koot^^enai country on Monday. RichardMarah spent tbe early part of^the week examining a mine near Drum-^moud, of which hs is manager. OnMonday evening the Hayne-WIIton^Dramatic club played ^la Marriage a^Failure^ 'at ibe opera house. Although^it wa a for the benefit of the base ball^club that tbe play was given, the audi^^ence waa small. Tboas who bad seen^tbe same players in ^Little Lord Faun t-^leroy^ were somewhat disappointed in^tbe performance, as the performers did^not appear to have parte to which they^were so well suited. Miss Ida Freeman^sustained tbe character of the mother-in-^law very well. Wynne Roberts did pretty^well, although he was not so good a^Marritd Success aa hs was a cranky lover,^by any nu sua. Richard Ds B. Smith, as^a Utirritd Failure, and Miss Delia Herd^^ing, aa ^ I'oqurltirh Jfairf, took tbe honors^among the amai. urs. while Dr. E. G.^Ellis, as a Married i/.iaA^r, Miss Rauiua^Plumiiier, as a W./co/ Tkit Period, and^John Walksr carried their parts lairly^well. Tbe beet part of the entertain^^ment, however, constated of the special^^ties between scis. Mrs. Wilson, who^took the leading part in the play excel^^lently, also received applause for her^recitation of ^Curfew Shall Not Ring To.^Night.^ Had she recited aoiuetldug new^it would bave been appreciated much^more highly. Mr. Beasley of tue Mascot^kindly rendered a number of selections^ou th^ concertina, which pleased the^audience more than any other part of the^entertainment. Frank to Wilton did some^goo 1 singing, and the rendering of tbe^Dutch song and dance. ''Little B -et,^ by^him aud Bessie Jackson after tbe last^act was worthy of high praise. Professor^Rovae furnished good music on tbe^piano. GeorgeDalglish of Florence was here^on Tuesday. Mrs.W. J. Quirk snd daughter of Hope,^Idaho, spent a few daya of ibe week here. Mr.and Mrs. J. J. Lay ton and baby of^Butte are making a visit of a few daya In thecity. DeloaaW. Clark and Miaa Catherine^F n;k..i were married at the Episcopal^rectory Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Cbas.^H. l..nlev i fflciaiing. StateMine Inspector Hogan waa in ibe^city on 1 hursday on his way lo Helena^Irom the Hitter Root valley. Mrs.C. W. I. unbar.I gave a parly in^honor of Miss Stewart on Wednesday^ig. About thirty guesta were pres entand apent lbs evening very pleas^^antly at whiat and dancing. Rev.Hugh Lamont returned from Ms*^losburg on Tuesday where he had as-^sisied to organising ^ Presbyterian^obureh. WillKennedy of Great Falls was the^guest ol bis unels, Hon. Wm. Kennedy,^on Wednesday. TheNew England dinner given by the^Ladies' Union of tbe Congregational^church, in tbe Rankin block on Thursdny^afternoon and evening was a gratifying^success. LymanLoring of Fort Owen is in the elty. Gen.Henry B. Carrlngton, special com^^missioner for the sale of the Bitter Root^Indian lands, was in lbs city on Wednes^^day. L.B. Bennett of Helena apent part of^tbe week here. OnMonday evening the ladUa of the^Missoula W. C. T. U. did honor to a faith^^ful member and at the wm tune lo^themselves. During the afternoon and^evening a number of tbe members called^upon Mrs. E.i Fiaber and kept her busy,^while others spread a feast in the con^^servatory. At 9 o'clock, when all arrange-^menu bad been completed, tbe union in a^body came to the parlor and escorted Mra.^Fiaber to the conservatory. On behalf^of the union, Mrs. A. W. Moore, first vice^president, presented Mrs. Fisher with a^beautiful silver cake basket, approp i-^alely inscribed. The presentation spesch,^which wss an cdcganl one, waa feelingly^responded to by Mrs. Fisucr. Tbe even^^ing waa one which tbe ladies and their^gueat will not soon forget. The success^of the occasion was largely dim to tbe^careful planning of Mrs. C. C. E.etson. Mrs.Sharp and Miss Nuptou left on^Tucsdsy for an extended trip on the Pa^^cific coast. C.H. McL^od went to Domersville on^Thursday night. OnWednesday afternoon Frank J.^Coombs and Miss It h.-cca S. Stanley of^Columbia Falls were married in the par^^lor of Ibe Missoula by Rev. Hugh La^^mont. They left in the evening lor an^eaatern trip. Mr.and Mrs. Henry Villard and Chief^Engineer J. W. Kendr.ck of the Northern^1'aciflc apent a few hours hero ou Thurs^^day morning. LambertNeagele, publisher of the Mon^^tana Sla'ilt Zeituag of Helena, was in tbe^cily Wednesday. E.A. Winstanley want to Butte on^Thursday. W.J. Kennedy, clerk of tbe supreme^court, came over from Holena on Thurs^^day. TheUnity Whist club expects to have^its first party next week, probably at the^home of Mr. aud Mrs. C. F. Reardau. MiaaJean Leonard, who baa spent the^summer with her aunt, Mrs. Miles Mix,^left for her home in Cbicugo on Thurs^^day. E.W. Stetson is in the city from Do^^mersville. RUSSIANAFFAIRS. TwentyMlllluu IVup.e In IVaat of Food^^The Ib'thsetillUs Uoyculled, London,Oct. 24 ^A St. Petersburg^correspondent ^ f the Staiulaid says the^approach of the froat MSMMsksMsss^uewal of distress. The JMMss estimate a^that 20.000,000 people are without food.^Statistics prove conclusively in many^places that aptculators get exorbitant^prices. The corn merchant of the vdlai o^of Koolsks rr usurers aro charged with^responsibility for theexiurlion. ASamaia^paper declares that the Jews aro augela^compared with the Koolaka, who are in^the habit of reducitig those hi their power^to tbe lowest atagu of poverty, inc.dents^showing tbe terrible diatresaof tbe people^continue to be forthcoming. Apoor woman of Katcbino on return^^ing home Irom a ncignboring village^whither she bad gone to try to purchase^food found all ber children dead, A^post-mortem examination being made^their stomachs were found filled with^rags and earth. Many villages are com^^pletely deserted in ibe district of Form.^One-half of the population of Reasan^died of hunger or disease. An odious^truffle is carried on in women's hair, the^best heads real sing a crown apiece. Plentifulrains are falling in the aouth-^ern provinces of Russia, completely^changing tbe prospects for nest year's^crops. The work of ploughing aud sow -^iug is proceeding with vigor and the peas^^ants no longer despair of a good yield^from their fields. Thepolice have given notice to the^bankers that no dealings with or through^tbe bouse of the Rothschilds w ill be per^^mitted in Rusaia. LEOX II. AND FRANCE. ALetter to the Aichbiahop or Alx About^Ibe I'antlieoa Affair.^Rome, Oct. 24 ^The pope baa written^a letter to ibe archbishop of Aix, tbe pre^^late who is lo be prosecuted by tiie^French government for disregarding the^circular letter of the miniater of public^worship, enjoining tbe arebbiahopa of^France not to leave their dioceae without^tbe consent of thu government. Tbe or^^der waa issued aa a result of the recent^popular manifestations at Heme against^Ibe French pilgrims who were said tu^have behaved in a reprehensible manner^at the Pantheon. In this letter the popo^says be dcplorea the fact that Roman^rioters are allow id ^to indulge with nil^punity in eveiy kind of license, Bra^faning the church , insulting ibe pontiff^and maltreating pilgrims.^ The no^adds tbst be bopes these Indictments w ill^not lead lo ^scmetbiug more calaraitoua^and la men tab e. MinnCrop* Ksp^etest.^St. PETtKMii Kii. Oct. 24 ^The .Voros^MMMMJ suiiouncea that ibo Russian^government ia about to issue an order^prohibiting J ws from etiterttng into con^^tracts to supply the government with^tpiritout 1 qnors or -ell the ssme except^fur export. Tbe ^ fllcinl announcement^is made that owing as government meas^^ures tbe winter a^ wing of grain in the^famine diatrlcts baa been iff.cted toaucb^an ^ xtcnt that there haa I.e. u little dimi^^nution in the former area, lu in. in^provinces summer secjs hove been^bought with stale loans, and storehouse's^are to be established u ibe distreaacd^districts. SINGERS PubIIcspeakers, actors, auctioneers, I^ers, presebers, and all who are liable to ovai-taxsnd Irritate tbe vocal organs, and.^In Ayer'e Cherry I'eetorml. a safe, certain,^ami speedy relief. It soothes tbe larynx,^allays inflammation, strengthens the voice,^and lor whooping cough, croup, sore throat,^and the sudden cold* to which children^aro exposed, tills preparation Is without^equal. WilliamR. Quartly, Auctioneer, Mluls-^ton, Australia, writes : ^^ in uiy profession of^an aimUoueur, any uifeenen of the voice or^tin oat i.s a ileus matter; but, at each^attack, I have been BENEFITEDBY few doses of Ayer's Cherry Pex-torsi.^This remedy, with ordinary care, hss worked^surh magical effect that I huvu suffered^very little Inconvenience. Having thoroughly tested the properties^of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral aa a remedy for^brohidiltlg mid throat i.fleet inns. I am heart^^ily glatl to testify lo the Intrinsic merits of^this preparation.^^T. J. Marmurray, Au^^thor and Leeluicr, I'iplcy. lido. Aye-r'sCherry NMMl hss clearer! snd^streticUiancd my voice, so that I am utile to^speak with very much moro ease and com^^fort than liefore.^ ^(Itov.) C. N. Nichols,^Faitorot baptist church, No. Tilbury, Maws. Ayer'sCherry Pectoral rirt-ARKI)BT Dr.J. a AVER ^ CO., Lowell, Mist. oldby all Druggists, price $1; six boulca, as. MAGUIKIi'S0PHKA H0USF mBUTTE. MONT. ** JOHNslAGUIRE.Proprietor and Manager Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday, AndW .1 ii.-s lay Mat luce, OCTOBER26, 27, AND 28, FirstTune In Mi cily of^HENRY J. BYRON'S COMEDY 1^KAMA,^*TH8# Crimesof a Great City. 'AParty by tbe Name cf Johnson,^ Mli. Ull.lil hl( K BOCK 'KulliKlrl.y, ' MISS JKSSALINE KODUERS^fsii|.|^oitid l.y the Pull Company. ThursdayEvening,^NEW ORLEANS DonbleUncle Tom's Cabin, besis ou rule at Calkins'. Thi tainFurniture Co. Ilavs Just receiver! iduofthe l lQcst aud Cheapest OPENFIREPLHCE^COHL STORES Everbrouzht to Butts.^Now on sole. SOFTOR HARD COAL BURNERS Aialare ircamcn.s uj wall. 22AND 24 W. BROADWAY. BUTTE. MONT. ReMOissSD. TheMercury Street Stables havebi cn removed to the LEXINGTONBUILDING. onV;**' I'ark ftrett. The .mild.hat been r^v^lii'.drU'd, !^ sMtt.'e arni w.h in, ami llrepronr. Piiritfr.di- mi ry rUrtoi xny kimi will t^^prt-inpliy .t(v(M!imnd;tU'^l- lt^^t^s Uo.vile I^by the mee* ur moutli. LEXINGTONSTABLES, EastPark Btrecl, -Butte, Moot. Am.hhvj. Daim, ft nrletor. J.S. CHEVIGNY, ircblect ail SuDor.menr.eat, V.O. Address,^rOCATEILO,1haho. Dr.W. I. Schultz, 65East Park Street, Ho.ins I und 4 letterhi .. ^. Ill'iii-. MONTANA Jade*MaMf*) fr iperu.no. TtNDLEroN.Ore.. Jan. 12.^Bavins; auUered Willi Mf kidneys. I waa^induces) to try tbe OKbiaON KIUN K Y^1 KA. which relieve-d me in a ^he;r; nine.^1 lake pleasure in reconiineiiil uir it lo^ibe public aa a aafe re nicely for k.dney^dilUculties.Gian.e.i VY. Kailky, CouuiyJuuge ef LiliaiiUa. CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. 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