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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, VOVEMBER I. X891.
Jkgonial World. ONETHING AND ANOTHER WHICH SOCIETY PEOPLE LIKE TO TALKABOUT. INAnaconda a we^k without social^tri al worth noting baa been brought^to iu close with pleasant recognition^of Hallowe'en. Soino of the sinuular ob^^servances which long sgo distinguished^this vigil of All Saints' day were revived^ID the city last night, and tha anniver^^sary was not wholly neglected. Many^people will be looking for musing gates^this morning, many more will be grum^^bling because slumbers that would other^^wise have been peaceful were disturl^ed^by untimely serenades, while tho yuuug^folks arc probably telling of weird^dreams which are tho result of going^backward down cellar stairs, or thruwing^keys into deep wells, or picking cabbage^in the dark. After its long season of idic-^ness Anaconda was loo busy last week^under the revival of business to give^much time to social affairs, but there is^talk of brilliant events to come, and^there is sure promise of far tlie gayest^winter tho city has ever known. MissMargaret i Wolle was in town lust^week. S.V. Ilecbc spent a psrl I f last week in^Salt Lake. Mrs.Caleb Irvine was in Butto last^Tuesday. Mis Long of Carroll was a Uutte vlsilor^last Thursday. Leo1.1 Salle is again in bis oM place at^Estes at Council's. JamesShields of Klliston spent a part^of the week in town. MajorHaw-on mi l J. M. Moore of^Butte are guests at ill^ Montana. J.M. 1'ierco bus returned from River^^side, where ho spent m vera! months. Theengagement of L. W, K its-listein^and Mi^^ Anna Cohen is announced. Mrs.Victor Kay and her daughter^Maud reached beaae last Friday night. MissGlcasou of .South Dakota is visit-^ing her sister, Mrs. J. 11. Sullivan, of Car^^roll. FrankKennedy and James Rirhey^made a trip to the Bitter K mi valley last^week. Mrs.J. S. II.rkey and her children are^spending tile autumn mouths ill Call-^f^ rma. ListI'm i day I vening an informal^dunce wits Icid in 111-^ parlors of tut*^Montana. Itis es'x cteil that Mrs. Muurry Miles,^formerly of Anaconda, will lit in town^tin- we. k Mr.and Mrs. I. C. Trent of Sail Lake^Were during tl.u wei k with friends in^Aiiacomla. Mrs.1.. 0. Smith and Mrs. F. J. Strict.-^fmleii made u flying trip to liutio on^Wednesday. F.M. Geiger and family will return^from Helena this week, to make the r^home ill A:iacoi.ua. Listnight.at the home of M us ( harelie-^a few young people made merry III uouor^of All Hallow.'en. LittleBo l'.-ep,^ an operetta, will lie^presented tins w inter by some uf ih ^^children of Aiiucoml.i. Mrs.N. C. H iy came from Butte last^Friday evening, to spend a few days^with Mrs Goo. ii. i. udey. Mrs.O. II. Fay, who has h en visiting^In Nebraska for the past* laWWSJ month*,^returned to Anaconda lust Inlay iveil^^ing. J.t.. Dawson, who bus h-o*i store^keep, r at the upper works, is now super -^intendent uf the S.uudurd Firu l^rick^plant. Latain the week announcement was^mvlc of the engagement id Al C ipimis^^ d tins city and Musi Lira Heilhroimer of^Fori Wayne, I ml. LastTuesday evening Mrs. VI. W*^Turticy ami her son K yal returned from^Butle, where tltey have for some tune^b en vis Hug Mrs. C. C. Kueger. I.veryFriday evening ufter tie* dancing^class there will ben bop at the Chestnut^street school hnu.c. The invitations are^to be issued this w eek by M - ^ Harris. \V.B. It iberls, well know n m Ana^eonda, and Ids bride, formerly ot Florida,^who have taken rooms ut the Montana,^will itiako this city their homo for the^wini^ r. Mrs.J. II. Sullvati and children, who^have been lor the last five luonllu with^Mrs. Sullivan's mother in South D.ikolu,^returned yesterday n. ruing lolheir liuiue^in Carroll. ThePansopliiau club, which met with^Mrs. J. II. Burstuu last week, will meet^next Wednesday afternoon at the resi^^dence of Mrs. Alex lb vine, at the corner^of Oak and Fourth streets. LastTuesday u delightful social was^given by the ladies of tha Methodist^oliurcli ami all who s^ru present agree^that everything was done that could add^to the pleasure of the evening. NextThursday afternoon at 2 o'clock^the ladies i f St. Mark's guild will meet^in the Montana ut the r x ms of Mrs. J.^II. Durst.hi. As important business needs^immediate alien i 'i. u ia ri quested that^^11 nu mber. 11. present. Asurprise parly v. us given at the home^of Msy Morse la-l w. ek. Those ^|^,^Joined in the festivities were Lin y (^ratl^^ins, Arthur O'Lsaty, Dave Lewis, Willie^Lewie, Howard Mi ndi iih.ill, Koyal Tur-^ney. Belle Conway, ( lata Tralhen, Kilna^Wsterbury, Ida March,on, Edith Wil^^liams, Annie William,, Dora (.ramus,^Eflle Staller. (InTuesday morning, in St. Paul's^church, Edmund Levseir and Miss Agnes^Desourdie, both ot this ^ iy, were married^by Hev. Father l'^ fiere. Miss Msry^Colo acted us aWeflssCassd. utid l'eter Le-^clair. a cousin of tilt grot ni, a-- b at man.^After the ceremony Mr. and Mis. Lerlair^winlal once to Columbia Falls, where^tney will make the-r heme. ListTuesday afternoon at the resi^^de! re of Mrs. Sh dley Tuttle, a delightful^lunch was served to M^ sdsiiu e Heiun y^Wmstin. D'Acbeul, Thornton, Lmsley,^Durston and Stinlh The dishes were^pink and white, as was the embroidery of^the table linen, ami the table was deco^^rated Willi cut | ^wcrs. After the lu rh^the ladies visited and einbroid. re I. Therewas a ^ harming little w^ (tiling^Thursday eveimgut the home of Mrs.^HolM-rtson ^/'i Park iivenue. S tb It.^Sin.in and Miss Maud M i'aiuer o'^butle ware ihe contracting parlies wliil.^Miss Alice I'aimer, a sister of the bride,^acted as bridesmsid aud F. N. Baldwin wasbest mail. Messrs. Kennicott and^Bierman played the wedding march, and^after tho ceremony all who were present^partook of a sumptuous repast. BUTTE'S isUCiAL LIFE. OueMare Month ^f ihs V^ar That alas^Qnaa ^^u s ly laio History. Hint,Oct. 81.^The month that ends^to-day will be pleasantly remembered for^Its succession of ideal autumn days. It^has been a month of compere!.vo quiet^in a social way, at the aame time October^haaaffoided its share of diversion, and^the number of modest but most enjoy^^able companies has not been small. Just^now the ladies are going in crowds to the^Boyce sale, and, whether they buy at a^bargain or not, they a| paar to have gay^times there. It is said that a good sited^party of lovers of mus e in Butte will be^made up to attend the series of Gilmore^concerts to be given in Kail Lake city, be^^ginning on Thursday ^f uext week.^Meanwhile, the excellent cntertaitimetit^by the New York Philharmonic club an^^nounced for in xl Monday night in Hen^sliaw hall, is sun- of liberal patronage. WallerMackay of Riverside is in lbs^city. DuncanHunter of Helena is visiting in thecity. Dr.C. F. Mtissigbro I was a visitor in^the city Friday. MissLaura Baker has returned from a^visit in Deer Lodge. TheHomer club will not hold it usual^meeting next week. WillH. Knippenberg of Glendale span!^the day in llutle Tuesday. Mrs.W. I. Lippincott left Friday for a^Visit with Missoula friends. JohnNoyrs will rejoin Ins family in^San Pranciscu in a few days. Mrs.(ienrge H. Halder i is ill at her^home of West Granite street. MissKinily Green entertained ^ few^friends informally Friday evening. Mr.and Mrs. Victor Riy of Anaconda^were guests at tbe Mr Dermott Friday. GeorgeB. Conway of Glendale, was in^Butte Thursday on a brief business visit. Mrs.C. II. Lane, who has been seriously^ill during the week, is convalescing rap^^idly. MissKatie Toory has been the guest of^Miss Katlneeii O Fsrrell for tho past week. Mrs.C. B. Castle gave a dinner party^Friday in honor of Miss Black and Miss llradell. HoraceF. nrown and family will oc^^cupy the K. M. Cobban residence in Ex^^celsior park. Thaladies ^ f St. John's guild will meet^wlili Mr-. Blackiiton at the rectory Tues^day afternoon. KL. Homier of Dier L-xIge was the^g.iest of Mr. and Mis. M. J. Council Mon^^day and Tuesday. Mrs.George E. Kockwood will give a^Haliow-Ycn puny to-night at her borne on^Smith Idaho street. Rev.K. J. Squires and wife, who has^been visiting in It- xiraall aeveral weeks,^returned home Tliursdsy. Mrs.N E. Davis of Boseman. wbo has^been v.siting her sister, Mrs. Julius Levy,^returned home Thursday. A.C. Sheldon of Portland has been in^loan fora tew days and took this ultcr-^noou's train for Anaconda. Cardshave be n received announcing^the marriage of Miss Hattie F. White to^J. II. Kinder of San Francisco. MissDaisy Dawson entertains to-night^a company of friends who will engage in^some of the sports Incident to Hallowe'en. Mr.and Mrs. M. J. Connull entertained^Misses Adelside and Lucille Thornton,^J. V. Long and 1'errin Irvine Tbursda y^evening. Cardshave been received for the wed^^ding of Miss Hattie Marks and Henry^Lnble, which will lake place at the^T* luplo EiuiiiuiiU'El, Helena, Nov. 18, MM, MissKate Collins, Miss Kathleen O'Fur-^reb. Miss Kstie l oo. y and Captain Mr-^Cnrintck have returned from Warm^Springs. The ladies will visit Anaconda^next week. Mrs.James A. Tallinn, her little daugh^tcr, (Tar.bsc. an I mother, Mrs. Rimsdcll,^returned fr^ m San Francisco Wnlm sday^Mrs. Ksmsdell Was not as much Im^^proved in health by her trip as her friends^bad hoped for, and is now quite ill at her^residence in this city. J.N. Gravclle of the new dry goods^firm of Case, Courtney at Grarelic,^returned from the East Friday, where^he has been to purchase goods^'1 lis store will be S)l ened ubout Nov,^16, ami as the members of tbe^firm ur^ all very popular, they will un^^doubtedly meet Willi success from _ the^start. Mr.and Mrs. S. M Caspar were called^to Philadelphia Wednesday by the sad^news of the death of Mrs. Caspar's^brother, Henry M. Edwards, ^h ^ will be^pleasantly remembered by many Butle^people, having visited bere during the^summer. Mrs. Caspar has the sincere^sympathy of her many friends in her^great bereavement. OnFriday night, Mrs. J. E. Richards^gave a birthday party for her brother J^8. Ellis, book-keeper for the RickardsA^Sfhalalein Paint company, in honor of^Ihe fact of his hiving attained bis ma-^J rity. The affair was informal, and the^invitations wore limited to a few of the^more intimate friends of the young^gentleman. Those present were Muses^Ads Foster. L isie Hush. Louise, Kate and^Hattie Hammond, Mrs. F. 1. Hush, Lena^Hurgoyne, I.uina Burger, Mime and^Mattie Hlackiston and tbe Messrs. J. A.^I.ewu. J. S. Duttoii, C. A. Sumner, D.^I Iderkin. f. 1. L Itlefleld, I I Bard l'ear-^sall and Dr. T. H. Illis. Mrs.Jacob Kahnweiler gave an after^^noon entertainment in honor of Mis.^Davis of Bosemsu on Wednesday. Mu^^sic, . cth vocal and instrumental, aud^recitations made tb ^ time pass in a most^l' r.isant manner, and ti e guests were^reluctant to leave. Elegant refresh^^ments were served. The I nests included^Mr^ Jacobs, Mrs. Straihurger, Mrs.^Sciilvisinger. Mrs. David ( alien, Vr^^Junes, sirs Goldtnann. Mrs. Morris. Mrs.^L rbenstem, Mrs. Or. Cohen. M s Gold-^* ^ rg. Mrs. 1 illoc. Mis Harllei', Mrs.^Levy, Mrs. Mcudelsohn, Mrs. We-rlb- eimsr,Mrs. Heilbrooner, Mrs. Ornstein,^Mrs. Meyer, Miss UsilM-ouner, Misses^Mattie nod Lulu Ornstein. Mrs.Tom Lavelle entertained inform^^ally last Wednesdsy evening. Pregres^^sive euchre occupied tbe early part of she^evening, aud was followed by dancing.^The first pr sss were won by Miss Braden^of Helena and J. A. Lewis. The booby^pr s ^ by Misi Emma 11 vine. Thegussta^were Misses Haras, Irvine, Attie and Sue^Blrdseye, Urauen, Adelaide an I Lucille^Tbornlon, Casey, Black, Wilcox, Mr. and^Mrs. George Rickwood. Mr. and Mrs. J.^Miln Wbilr, Mr. and Mrs. E W. S. Tin.^ale, Messrs. Liwls, Irvine, Wsrfleld,^Nichols. Welcome,Clark, Liusier, Hoslct,^Breaton of Missoula, Hunter of Helena,^aud Holbiook. Elegant refreshments^were served during ihs evening. MISSOULASOCIETY. Delegsla Uardsa 11 y Social Circles the^fast Week. Mlssoi'la,Oct. 81^ The young ladies^of the Christian Sundsy school gave a^social at the church Tuesday night. An^excellent musical and literary1 programme^was rcndiied under tho direction of Mrs.^Fisher, and refreshments were served.^These social* will be given c very two^weeks. . TheBaptist sociable at C. E. G inn's^residence Thursday evening was well at^^tended. Vocal and in aim mutual music^wss excellent, and a fine repast made^the ^ veiling pass quickly. TheSocial Dancing club will give a^party next Friday night, and the base hall^lub will give a dance the following Fri^^day. Thefirst dance given by the Ladies'^Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Loco^^motive Engineers al Ovens ball last^night was largely attended. Supper was^seived at the residence of Mrs. E J.^Powers. The affair waa a complete suc^^cess. Mrs.G. A. L w is and daughter are ex^^pected from Lawrence, Kan., on Monday^to Join Mr. Lnwis. MissMsry Connelly, daughter of Mrs.^John C. Murphy, is seriously III. Lastnigh I Mrs. H. O. Collins and'Mrs.^B. Haskell entertained Mr. and Mrs. W.^Bray ton, Mrs. K. M. Nicolea and J. M.^Hamilton and Richard de B. Smith at^cards at tho Missoula. F.T. Sterling goes to tba Coeur^d'Alones on business to-morrow. Rev.Ed Fisher brought home yester^^day a fine black tail deer killed by bun^up tbe Big Black foot. ArthurBiggins returned from an east^^ern trip on Thursday. Rir. E. J. Stanley of Corvallis was bere^Tuesday. JamesRiefeie of Anaconda waa bere Tuesday. PresidentF. P. Tower of the Montana^university was over from Helena on^Thursday. Mr.and Mri. Sein B. Smith of Butle^registered at Ihe Florence yesterday. HelenSempf's birthday party last Sun^^day waa highly enjoyed by her 10 little^guests. She received many beautiful^presents and her frienda wished bar^many more birthdays. lion.D. J. Heniiessy and Miss Kate^lieiiuessy are over from Butte. OnTuesday evening John Bessemer^and Mist Mary liogan were married by^Rev. Father Diotuedi at his residence. , A '^reception was tendered them after tbe^ceremony at tbe residence of Robert Gar^^rett, where they received tlio congratula^^tions of many friends. Hon.Frank G. Higgin* went to Helena^on Thursday evening on business. Mrs.J. W. Orr returned from a visit to^Helena on Wednesday. . OnWednesday evening Frank W. Mo^Council went to Helena in response, to a^telegram announcing the serious illnets^of his grandmother. Mrs. Met all. The^news of Mrs. M^ Call's death was received^here on Thursday. Majorand Mrs. Rounn and two rbil-^dr^ n were iu from the Flathead agency^early in the week. StatoBoiler Inspector J. J. Layton waa^over fri in Butle in the middle of tbe^week. JohnK. Anna rung of the I ivy It waa^down from (jrautsdule on Friday. C.A. Scarlet has returned from a visit^to Winnipeg. HermanKohn returned from Ana^^conda on Monday. GovernorToole and Attorm y General^Haskell spun moat of the week here on^Luiiiicss. ThomasI. Adams, chief clerk at the^Flathead agency, was in tbe city on Tues^^day. MissLaura Biker of Butte returned^home on Tuesday, after a visit of a few^days with her cousin, W. J, Baker. HughMcQuaid of Helena waa in the Cityon Thursday. Hon.Granville Stuart of Untie spent^the early purl of tbe week here. H.H.Grantof Grantsdale was in the^city on Tuesd ay. OnMonday J. Kaufman and Max Ham'^merslough, who l ave been in businesi^here ilur.ng the an miner, will return to^Auscouda. Alterhigh mass to-uiotrow morning^the ladies of St. Frsnc.s Xivier't church^will meet and select one of tin ir mem'^bers to act as president in arranging for^the Call ol.c fair to lie held about Thanks^^giving. Considerable has uinady been^dotie iu tl.c way ^ f prepaiaiion and the^fair | r^ nibcs to be successful as uiuaL 1he first meeting of the l imy whist^club was held on Wednesday irentngat^Ihe residence of Mr. and Mis. C t . Rear-^dan. This rlub consists mostly ot mar^^ried p^ i pic, but oil this occasion a no in^ber of invited guests were present. Tbe^evening wss very p'essautly passed at^rarda. Apparent ^^ the club is starling^Into a season as enjoyable as Ihe last one^proved to be. HughMcVicar left on Wednesday^evening for a visit at his old heme in De^^troit. Considerableinterest will lie taken in^Ihe pr.eeedlligs uf thu dramatic club^winch Daniel E. Baip^niatiu is organis^^ing. His well-known ability as su nc or^will go lar towards creating runllJetice^In Ihe club's success. Ho says bu pro^^poses to make it olio of ill ^ best amateur^dramatic clubs in America. Itwas a sad greeting w b.rli tb^ rela^^tives of Waller J. Melt, rin ,u mel Wlth^on their arrival from the E ist on Thurs^^day. Their only consolation is iu ihe factthat bis life was Beared at the i ofthe accident on Monday, and from^present prospects Is likely to lie spared^lor years to come. Mrs.J. G. Ames, who has spent several^months at tbe homes of relatives iu Val^^paraiso. Int., and Chicago, ,^ , vp.ei.d^home bMataJM with her baby, born early^in the summer. ATOnSAT FALLS. Dosageer Ike Fast Wesh ta asslal Ottelas^^^ease fleeseet Itveals. GbbatFalls, O.t. 81 ^Murray B^Miles at Missoula returned to but home^Wednesday after having passed aeveral^days in this city. Tbeladles of tbe Baptist church gave a^pleasing social at tbe residence of Mrs. C.P. Downing, on Third avenue, north,^Tuesday evening. Refreshments were^served and a choice musical programme^rendered. G.-orgePhillips of tbe Northwestern^National bank af this city and Miss An^^nie McGregor were mairied at Fergus^Fallr, Minn., last Saturday evening. Tney^will arrive in this city in about one week,^and will reside bere permanently. Rev.C. F. W. Maass of Walertown, S. D., visitor of tbe Minnesota, Dakota and^Montana district of tbe German Luth^^eran church, delivered a pleasing ad^^dress to a large audience in tbe Realty^block hail Tuesday evening. Mr. Maaaa^completed bis tour of Montana with bin^visit to Great Falls. Ho left for bis home^in tho East on Wednesday. Hon.T. C. Power of Helena made a^trip lo Fort Benton Monday afternoon^and passed several days with friends at^thai place. ErneatRingwald left for St. Paul Mon^^day. Mr. Ringwald will return after an^extended visit with bis family aud many^old f i-iends. Mrs.Ob H. Wright and Miss Darothy^Wright arrived in Ibis city Monday morn^^ing alter au enjoyable tour of the East. Mr.and Mrs. Starr T. Carter, who were^recently married in tbe East, arrived in^the city Sunday. They will occupy tbe^residence near the coiner of Eighth av^^enue and Fifth street, north. Mrs.A. D. Smith left for Minot, N. D.,^Sunday, on receipt of a telegram stating^that ber aister was veiy ill at that place. Mrs.S. F. Smith returned Tuesday^from Minneapolis after an extended visit^with relatives and friends there. W,W. Connor and Professor Mortson^left Wednesday for tbe Yogo country on^a brief vacation. H.L. Niedringbaus, tbe St. Louis tin^plate manufacturer, arrived in tbe city^Tuesday. Mr. Niedringbaus ia also an^extensive dealer iu cattle, and owna a^Due ranch near Glasgow. He will return^to bis home after a abort trip to the^ranch. C.C. McDonald, tbe recently appointed^manager of tbe new opera house, left for^the Eaat Tuesday. Mr. McDonald will^bock a number of popular atracliona^while gone. He will endeavor to secure^the ^Bostoniana^ for Ihe opening en^^gagement. Mrs.E. M. Council of Butle arrived in^the city Tuesday and registered at tbe^Park hotel. Cornr Barker of Neibart was in the^cily on a brief visit Tuesday and regis^^tered at tbe Park. W.E. Charobsrlin returned from tbe^East Monday after a abort visit. Tbeladies of tbe First Presbyterian^church gave a charming oyster supper^and aociable at the residence of Mrs. J.^K. Clark Thursday evening. A pleasing^musical programme bad also been ar^^ranged, and tbe evening was passed in^an enjoyable manner. PhilKeasler lias been confined at hi*^home during the week with a severe at^^tack of rheumatism. Mr. Kessler is^slowly improving. II.O. Wilson, passenger agent at^Helens for the Union Pacific, was in^the ciiy Wednesday. Mr. Wilson will re^^turn to his home after making a short^trip to Neibart and vicinity. Rev.Mr. Cory left for tbe East Wednes^^day. Mr. Cory will be gone lor some^tune, and will visit several prominent^citiea in Ihe interest of business con^^nected with tbe budding of tbe Congre^^gational church in ibis city. W.E. Haem, general agent of tbe^Southern Pacific at Salt Lsk* city, was^111 town Wednesday visiting old friends. G.E. Boos, business manager of tbe^Helena Jumna/, arrived in town Wednes^^day on a business visit. HowardCrosby, county clerk and re^^corder, and Miss Elisabeth Trusty, both^of this city, were married Wednesday^morning at Ihe borne of M. L. Bridgman,^on Second avenue aud Ninth street, south,^Tbe bride was attended by Misses Zim^^merman and Sharpe. while Messrs. F. P.^Atkinson and W. M. Cockrill acted as^best men. Tue costumes worn by tbe^bride and maids were charming. Tbe^parlor where the ceremony took place was^prettily decorated. After the wedding^break last Mr. and Mrs. Crosby left on the^morning train on au extended wedding^trip to Portland, Seattle, T scorn a, San^Francisco. Salt Lake cily and Denver.^The best wishes ot a host of friends went^with tbe happy couple on their Journey.^They will reside here. B.I apt yre left for Cleveland, Ohio,^Monday to visit relatives and friends. Prof.Arthur S. Anderson, tbe elocu^^tionist, returned Monday from a profes^^sional visit to Butte and Helena, where^he will shortly fill several engagements. Post)fllce Inspector Ssckett came over^from Helena Sunday and passed the^day in this city visiting his many friends. J.L. Harris of the Butle * Montana^returned Monday after enjoying a brief^vacation iu tbe mountains. Mr.and Mrs. B. Matteson are now^pleasantly ensconced in their new home, J.O. Gregg returned from Helena^Thursday aft' r a short absence. Mrs.J. W. Cornelius and ber daughter,^Miss Minnie, returned Thursday froin^Anaconda after an enjayable visit with^relatives and friends. WillHanks returned from his visit to^tbe East Thursday. Mr. Hanks claims^to have bad a thorough.)- enjoyable^trip. F.W. Clark ot Big Sandy add Miss Van^( leve of Texas were united in marriage^Wetluesday at the residence of John T.^a they of this city. Miss Mabel Martin of^Helena acted as bridesmaid and T. A^Marlowe as groomsman. The house was^prettily decorated and iunumerable^waxen tapers furnished light. R^v. Mr.^Clowes of Ihe Episcopal church olUciatcd.^After the ceremony was performed Un^^couple left for Big Sandy, where they will^reside. Both of the young people have^many friends who wish them every sue^cess on their Journey through life. beautifulblzcman. Mevin-ea^s Ihe l ast Wests is waeletr af^MM t lower Cliy of ttsf t.allslia Valley. BoxKM Alt. Oct. 81^With every one do^^ing a ft .tirishiug business and money he^t ig easy to gel, now that the farmers are^pulling their grain on the market, Hos^man could not be other than full of life socially.Mrs. G. W. Wakefield waa the^Srst to give an entertainment ou a grand^scale, and so successful was ber ^ o'clock^dinner party on Wednesday evening that^it will likely be remembered as tbe grand^social event of this season. Tbe dinner^was given at the B^ s rasn to a large^number of invited guests. The table waa^set in a hollow square with a table of^cboiee flowers ia the center. Tbe large^dining mom was decorated with all tbe^taste that Da id artists could com^^mand. The party composed the elite^of Bcarman, wbo to do Justice to^tbe occasion came out la their^best dresses, many of which were very^neb ana made especially for the occa^^sion. The following were present: Mr.^and Mrs, E B. Lemrur, General aud Mrs.^Willsou, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Radford,^Colonel aud Mrs. Msy, Mr. and Mrs. Nes-^bilt, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Story, Mr. and^Mrs. Finlay, Dr. and Mrs. Hrrsey, Mr.^and Mrs. Haskell, Mr. and Mta C. W.^Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. D D. Smith, Mr.^and Mrs. Dier, Mr. ami Mrs. E. P. Cad-^well, Mr. and Mra. 8. P. Pantou. Mr. O.^P. Chisholm, Mr. and Mrs. Sandforti^Ruffner, Col. E. M. Ferris, Msyor Bogert^and Miss Bogert, Dr. F. M. Higgins, Mrs.^P.ace, Mrs. Higgtns. Dr. While-foot, Mr.^and Mrs. William Welsh, Mrs.^Doane, Mr. Tracy Lyon, St.^Paul. TheNickle Plato Whist cluh was^entertained by Mrs. Albert David^^son Montlay evauing. Dr. Hurse-y,^playing for Mrs. Davidson and Mr. Jack^^son, carried oft tbe honors with a score^of 70 each, being the highest score made^this season. Theyoung folka of Boseman are deter^^mined to learn to dance, not only learn^to dance but to dance all the latest fig^^ures. Miss Emmick now haa three^classes; one for children, one for youug^ladies and gents beginning to danca and^one for those who can danco but desire^lo learn the latest dances. Bon.C. S. Harlman baa been quite ill^Ibis week but is improving. ATTHE COUNTY SEAT.^Society News From ihe City of Deer^Ledge. DkerLotHiE, Oct. 31.^Karl Klein-^scbmidt of Helena waa attending to bia^interests at Deer Lodge Monday. Mrs.C. K. Hardeubrook visited friends^in Missoula during this week. JamesShields, manager of tne Klliston^Pluming company, was in the city Mon^^day. Mra.P. Blessinger of New Chicago^spent Wednesday iu Deer Lodge. Mra.W. J. Caloott, who has been visit^^ing in Salt Lake city for seven weeks past,^ia again al borne. Mra.George W. Lampoon, after a two^weeks' visit to Mra. T. W. Catlin in Deer^Lodge, returned to her home in Butte^Monday. Mrs.H. H. Zenor and eon, Nicholas, left^lost week for tbe East, where they will^spend the winter. R.P. Dolman came down from^Butte Sunday and spent tbe day with bis^daughter, at Mrs. C. N. Hoes'. W.F. Furay was in Deer Lodge a few^days this week. WillMarti of Butte was visiting^friends in Deer Lodge one day this week. H.L. Hoyer came down from Butte^Tuesday and went up to the Zosel mines^with J. C. Sbaubul. S.E. Larabie returned Tuesday from^his eastern trip. ThomasF. Ward spent Thursday of^last week in Anacouda. Hon.J. F. Forbis of Butte spent last^Saturday in Deer Lodge. AttorneysB. P. Carpenter and E. D.^Weed were in tbe city several days this^week. D.P. Hallahan of Anaconda was in^Deer Lodge Wednesday. E.H. Cooney. manager of tbe Hut to^Mining Journal, was a visitor to De-cr^Lodge during this week. EdScbarnikon spent several days^of this week attending to business in Ana^^conda and Pioneer. J.D. Jenks of Butte is looking for a^house in Deer Lodge and intends bring^^ing bis family down for this winter. Tbebop given Saturday evening ot laat^week at Beaumont's ball in connection^with Miss Harris' dancing school waa a^highly entertaining affair and there were^over 40 ladies and gentlemen pre-ent. Thepeanut social given by tbe Y. C. T*^P. Friday evening of last week was a^novel and pleasant entertainment. Tbe^prise, a large book of mountain flowers,^was won by Miss Annie Maroney. wbo^found 101 nuts. C.C. Birdseye of Avon waa attending to^business in tbe city Thursday. J.E. Bradley, representative of tbe^Meyer Bros. Drug company at St. Louis,^was a visitor 10 Deer Lodge friends Ibis^week. B.F. Marts and family have gone to^Helena and will probably locate there. Mrs.A. K. Bowden and daughter, Lois,^of Garrison were guests of Mr. end^Mrs. John O Neill the latter part of last^wei k. ManagerMarks of the Belena Indrptn^dent spent Tuesday in Deer Lodge. FrankSlebbins of Anaconda was in^Deer Lodge several days this week. R.G. Humber spent Sunday and Mon^day last in Anaconda. J.K. McDonald made a flying business^trip to Butte Saturday. Mrs.H. T. Maban of Anaconda spent^Wednesdsy in Wost Deer Lodge with her^parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Bstterton. JudgeW. Y. Pemberton of Butte was^in Deer Lodge Saturday and pre-iided as^Judge in s case where Judge Durlee was^dn qualified. Mrs.D. Fotheringham and Humber,^who Iiav * been visiting in Deer Lodge^during tbe past five weeks, returned to^their horn' in Anaconda Wednesday. W.B. Bryan of the National Savings^union at Helena was in Deer Lsdge^Wednesday. EugeneS. McDonald of Anaconda, who^bsa been in Deer Lodge s.nee va unlay^assiating his brother J. K. McDonald in^tbe STAHDABu-Seligman case, returned^lo bis homo Thurvlay morning MasterLytic Williams cntortnined a^crowd of little f Iks and their mamisnt^luncheon Wednes lay.in honor ol Ii in (1 i^birthday. The small ludhsand gent.emeu^bad everything iheir own way, as their^table was spread in tbefroni parlor.while^the big i*eople^ were put off in the ^1 mug^room where they could hare no say as^to whether the cnddreii should rat with^their knives and forks or their fl-tgcrs.^The afternoon was thoroughly enjoyed^and the children all went home wishing^that ^Lytic would have another birthday^to-morrow.^ Ibe following is a lis I of tbeguests: Carrie, Mar.ou and Helen^Mac Donald, Ruth, Ethel and Kennedy^Trippett, G.orge and Willie Beaumont,^Mary, Charles and Jural Coney, Humber^Fotbsringbatn, Muds and Marguerite^Beaumont, Bm Msnksr, Helen Roes^Rillln Humber. Lilliuu Williams, Leslie^Mills, Fred Valiton, Eirle Johnson,^Nannie Hardenbrook, Ailie, L^is and^Everett Gist, G-orgo Bennett. Mee^^ds mm Joseph MscDonall, Trippett,^^Sam Beaumont, Coney, H. Manker, H.^How, R. Ii. Hun b r. Will Williams, O.^Gist. M. Mills. H. G. Valiton, Johnson,^W. Hardeubrook. W. Bennett, D. S.^Fotheriugham, Delome Trent, Miss B.^ft Williams aud Mrs. Will Beaumont. WillScott entertained a number ef^frienda at his homo Friday evening of^last week. Tbe evening was soent In^fames, cards and music, and refresh-^in cuts wcro seived al 11 o'clock. Tboae^present were: Misses Ross ^ I'M alley, Alice^Coleman, Mary Mills L ssie Hyde and *^Nils iionn-r, Hart Humber, John Mar-^^nry, E I O Ma Hey. Walter Wiles. Lewi*^J. Coleman, Paul Mitchell, John Kobrs,^Fred Wil iraan and Hugh Mitchell. Mrs.Delome Trent of Salt Lake spent^Wednesday in Deer Lodge, the gueat of^Mrs. John H. Williams. Mrs.John H. Williams gave a roost en-^Jcysble tea parly al ber home on Califor^^nia street Tuesday of this week. At 8^o'cleck the ucors of the large dining^room were thrown open and tbe guests^ushered into a me st daintly set tea table^s-lieru tlie'y remained in perfect satisfac^^tion and enjoyment for an hour. Later^in the evening aeveral vocal selections^were rendered by Mrs. D. S. Fothering^^ham of Anaconda and Mits Humber.^Those wbi received invitations were:^Mrs. L K. Irvine, Mrr, T. B. McKinstry,^Mrs. M. King, Mrs. Bowcn, Mrs. Joseph^A. Hyde, Mrs. II. G. Ward, Mra. T. Tay^^lor. Mrs. S. E. Larabc. Mra. E O. Wool-^folk, Mrs. N. J. Bielenborg, Mrs. 1.^O Nefll, Mrs. Theodore Brantly, Mrs. E.^S. staekpole, Mrs. D. S. Fotheringham,^Miss Hattie Humber and Mrs. W. H.^Trippett. MissRetta Ward gave a drive whist^party at her home Wednesdsy evening to^which about 35 of her friends were in^^vited. Ten minutes were given to each^game, and at tbe close of tbe evening^Misses Mary Miles and Clara Bien bad^each nine gold stars out of tbe whole 18^given, and on cutting for head prise Miis^Clara won. Messrs. Migneray, L_-wis^Coleman, Will Scott and Dr. Miller cut^for tbe bead gentleman's prise, Mr. Mig^^neray winning. Miss Msy Woolfolk took^tbe lady's booby, and Ed Scbarinkow tba^gentlemau's booby. At 11:3d o'clock tba^guests were ushered Into tbe long (lining^room, wbore an elegant lunch^was prepared nnd tbe tablo was beauti^^fully decorated with cut flowers. Those^who received invitations were Misses Le-^nila Bonner, Helen Merrick, Llrsiu Hyde,^Mary Mills, Anna and Clara Bien, Alice^Coleman, Carrie Williams, Norma Robin^^son, May Woolfolk, Mattie Humber, Liu-^nie Batterton. Maude Stuart, Mrs. George^Miller. Mrs. H. A. Kmurr, Messrs. Will^Scott, H. A. MePberson, Paul Mitchell,^C. E. Mooney, M. Magneray, A. W. Bars,^Phil Miller, W. F. Gulleti, Alf Wbet-^wortb. E l Scbarnikon, Will O Neill.^( banes K. B inner, Lewis Coleman, H^11. Smurr and Dr. J. A. Miller. H.D. Pickman. M. Hawes and A. O.^Rose of Dillon were in town Monday. Messrs.C. W. ( anion, R. B. Smitb,^A. M. Holler and A./. Seligmau were^over from Helena duriug tbe week. Mrs.Norman of Butte was a visitor at^the College of Montana Sunday. M.J. Lancaster of Pioneer was among^Wednesday's visitors to Doer Lodge. R.Hart Humber went up to Anaconda^Wednesday where he has accepted a po^^sition as night clerk at the Montana. E.L. Brooks, one of Chicago's promin^^ent real estate men, was in Deer Lodge^two duys this week. EddieWard entertalnod a number of^little friends Thursday evening. Jsck-^etraws and fish-pond occupied the tune^till lunch was announced. Those present^were Mamie Beth, Dan Larabie, Gussio^Amin, Howard Bielenberg, Sue Welch,^Bessie Bobbins, Annie Maroney. Mabel^Miller, Joe Coleman, Anson Bennett,^Florence and Howard Kelley, Jennie and^Robbie Harris, Lillie Millr, Dan Welch,^Lillian Humber and Wert Robinson. Messrs.John H. Williams, Will Har^^denbrook and D. C. Irvine left Thursday^for a few days' hunting trip. FrankWilliams ef tbe Montana col^^lege spent Saturday and Sunday last in^New Chicago. Therecent invention at Arbon, Swlts-iw^land, of a new steam machine for tusk^^ing embroideries threatens lo revolution-^isa the most important manufacturing^interests of the Swiss republic. Eastern^Switserland, with Si. Gall as a center, for^10 years has been headquarters of tbe^embroidi ry industry of the world. EVANSOPERA HOUSE JOHNMAUllilK. Monday,November 2, Cnderthe rersonil Manai*cin^ut of Mr. .loba^alasuiiv, Si^ rial l ngarcment of Uie Kxnoacnts of^bigli C'lstt Novelties, JkeNoss Jollities iQui Match Introducing NewKuve'.Ues. *ori|;s^n^ Hauces, Musi'alOnuties rpoikling0 Aid a ( . mi'SUj n' 11lufdtan*. Megs,Itucrnts smt $'. -ecn-r yon- seals^the mii iu Lnioj Osajaaaj s store. .