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AL FEBRUARY SALI OF LINENI
' ,6ifM artfd mks n e ot a thread of Le OsedM but Is luieuded in this ad*, 'AU SSW
sI th t m et, ts ax that commads th atteslom and saves money for t loili
Restaurants, Hotels and Housekeepers Alike.
Cream Linen Table Damask, worth Unbleached Table Damask, pretty Heavy Damask, good qtalty All new weaves and stylish novel- Priestley's Black Novelty ]reDs
l36 and 4ee per yard, good pat- designs, worth 45c per yard ..... splendid designs ..... .tte. Varylva4t tI price up to eSc per Goods, than which ai bMtt e C e .
....,.......... .........yf... 3ot yard 36y y d yard; for Oths . oer c e , ram
15 yardraoe D.ak S c y g + ^,, ,o - ** *; ......... ,.. ev,-s . , -.. -,...
B e -l Dcsk av setrong Cream Damask, eynfecteic Drs G t veeq o "
Fine erman Lineni Hal Bleached, ,oess , wort and" ieh 2* 6865 yard 74 e y d
Cream Table Linen. 72 inches ide, very pretty grade, worth 75car doespeh ciall go ord for ae srt ed
Sexcellent s quality .............. L6L.l ,t,,,,,e lt sod e tor i.nt Lot 2 s ,
Bleached German Table Damask. moterlals in a large Variety of Priestley's Finest Novelties llsh sa a i e nm
Bleached able Damask, a very 6$ Inches wide, handsome pat- Bleached Irish Damask, in excel- I i o rt tt r y Black Drests Go esgI eltr " novet ·5a si4  itth So
pretty value, worth 4"c.......... terns, worth 85c and 0c.......... lent designs, 72 inches wide, worth g th we p tr qmalatand uwoitle ara. .r. .
4oc yard 65e yard $1 per yard ......... up to $2 a yard; for ths ..... y . .
72-Inch Extra Fine Table Damask, 72-inch Supeiflne Irish-Damak ad 75 4 yard 97 ya 3 rds r .
in rich value and rare styles, German Plain Double Damask, German Half Bleached Damask,
worth $1.t per yard ........... worth $1.50 per yard ..high grade, large Napkins to
yad d . match .............. ..8dm Our Sale of IJndermusns
$i.oo yard $1·15 yard 8oc .
; Bleached Tablecloths, fringed, ool- -
Fringed Tablecloths. 63 inches long, Fringed Tablecloths. pretty dice ored borders..........
excellent breakfast cloths......... patterns, excellent quality ....eachbecontinuedthis eek Adoendieent
656 goc each goc each . . Will be continued this week. A doma diierent*Gowns;
Turkey Red and White $.250 dozen styles in'kirts; a dozen makes of Drawers dozen
Turkey Red and White Tablecloths Turkey Red and White Fringed Fringed Cloths, 2'1 yards, extr sorts of Chemises. Every article well made, we finished. We
fringed, 1 yards long ..... ('loths, 2 yards long........... . l inle iorted goods .... show the neat, pretty garmeat, as well a the more picely trim
oc each $I.oo each $1.9o med, but each one is made with equal care and none but good
S.90 find any room in our stock.
Table Padding or Silence Cloth, a 16-lnch Cream Linen Crash, a cap-. 1N Ni1 * Pd u i; 1 TQwmm 1 ba ;
good grade,, ............ .. ........ Crashes ital towell,'ing for 10( ........ .........hs
Soc yard Hand-made Russia Crash, about 15 yards for $i.oo Extre H",,, i, 0 Y
Extra Heavy Qality .. 400 yards and worth up to 15a -inch ron lled Crash, a
hoc..yard wonder to wear, worth 12%c .per
Terry Cloth 1..3.ao yard wGloves, Embroideries and Trimmings
6 ..c ard 13 yards for $.ooT
ch yarnle hKeai Crash, a most ex- i-ih LInen Crash, a good . , oves-l ves Embroideries Sashes, Ties and
ne Knitted Padding, the best cellent Toweling, worth 15c...... worth 12%Qc per yard...........E
~$~.oo yard nc yard '..... 2n yards for $[.oo Gloves 1.000 yards Fine Swiss Edging,'-.T i m n
1,000 pairs of Ladies' Kid Gloves, 2- Ito yard New RLbbcn Sashes with ties to
$i.oo yard . yard o12 yards for $i.oo ,10VS.
ap in25 dozen Linen Napkins, bleached nbleached Napkins. good size and 1,clasp Mcha, and in 4-ho 1 aroks wiss EGlace mbroidery atch. The ha omest and
p +goods, size worth $1.50 to $1.75 . quality c Mhai..n-hoGlace handsome Edgings, worth 36c per
5 dozen Bleached All-Linen Nap,- , $. dozen 85 dozen Kids, black and colors, tan, yard ........................prettiest style that has come out
klns, smll siB e for children O$ o d dozen brown and slate, and all cheap at oc yard for many a year, the most pleas
kins. small size for ehildren .n Y
7 dozen ry fine Napkin, worth $3 per doz. $1.25 per pair; for this week.... 1,000 yards Embroidered Edgings, ng and effective n Roman
75c rem Damask Napkins, worth in excellent designs, worth 65e striped Silk of heavy quality ....
Sdoz and ...... ...................... SaShes $3.. 5 and .$.oo each
Fine Bleached Napkins, Linen worth $1.25 and $1.0 ..............25 dozen 85c air and 75e .................. .. shes . s and $6.oo
e $.ery inch, worth 7 225 a dozen.. $1.lo dozen lleached Linen Napkizi extra line 4oc yard Ties ..........*.Sr.go each
$e r r doozenzen large goods. $3. $5, $6 and $;.....
One lot Da.75 dozen At Greatly Reduced Prices Our line of new spring dress trimmings has been received. They con
soiled ............................. ole work. worth ul' to r0c....... worth 15c perl yard .. sist o Silk BloUse Fronts, Jet Blouse Fronts, Colored k and ohair
for $1.oo loc each oc yard Braids, Black Silk and Mohair Braids, All-Over Spangled Nets, Spangled
SI limps, etc., In very Amplete and attrasctive assortment.
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llm~modyllnmT10rmn
Mr. and Mrs. William Mynn Thorn
ton attended the performance of the
Del Conti Italian Grand Opera com
pany on the 5th in Butte. They were
guests of the Butte, returning to their
home in this city Monday.
K. S. Harbaugh spent several days in
Anaconda the past week.
Miss Qulgley was a Deer Lodge visi
tor on Tuesday.
Rumley De Witt was the guest of
Bruce and James Brownlee at dinner
at the Montana on Sunday last.
Miss Harriet T. Evans was a Butte
visitor on Thursday.
Miss Alma Blelenberg of Deer Lodge
who spent two weeks with DMrs. Lowry
in this city. returned to her home Sun
day afternoon.
George W. Reynoljs and L. l. Smith
went to Hamilton and the Bitter Root
Wednesday.
James Shields left this week for a
month's Western trip.
On Monday evening Miss Edith
Brownlee entertained Misses Louise
Webb. Nan Linsley and Maggie Lowry
at dinner at the Montana.
William M. O'Brien and wife of Butte.
who have been spending the past 10
days in Anaconda. returned to their
home Thursday.
Mrs. John Augustus Hoge came down
from Butte FriQay and spent the lat
ter part of the Week visiting friends in
Anaconda. Durinr her stay she was
the guest of Mrs. Henry Nell of the
upper works.
Geoffrey Lavelle of Spokane was an
Anaconda visitor Thursday and Friday
of last week.
Major J. E. Dawson of Butte was in
the city on Thursday.
Mrs. William H. Burns left for the
East Monday last. stopping en route
to visit friends in Omaha. Mr. Burns
went directly to New York to be pres
eat at the transfer of the Montana
VSalon.
George Haldorn of Butte spent a part
Ot the week in Anaconda during the
semion of court.
Miss Mattie Evans, who has been in
Salt Lake since the return of her pa
rents from California last spring, re
turned to Anaconda early In the week
Royal is
the greatest
of all the
baking powders
in strength,
purity, and
hea1thfules.
-"
tnd Is greeting her lnuntrerIus friends.
w*ho rejoice at her conplete restoration
ito health.
Mrs. Charles it. Hickey and daughter,
Helen. will leave to-day for St. Loluls
via the Burlington, and expect to be
absent several weeks for the Irenetit of
the health of the little girl, whose re
covery from a former illness has been
tedious
Miss Birdie Rumley spent Friday in
Hutte visiting friends.
Mrs. F. E. Sargeant and Mrs. J. II.
Durston went to Butte yesterday for
the purpose of shoping.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones of Great
Falls arrived in town yesterday to at
tend the wedding of James Edwards,
brother of Mrs. Jones. and Miss Alice
Shepherd of Anaconda, which occurs
next Vednesday.
In Butte.
A very pleasant afternoon was given
to many of her friends by Mrs. John
Noyes on Wednesday itl h,,nor of her
friend. Miss Kirkman. Euchre was
played, the first prize being won by
Mrs. Freund, the s-cond by Mrs. Hight
and the third by Mrs. Wharton.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Root gave a
very elaborate dinner party on Monday
evening, their guests being Mr. and
Mrs. Carlos Warfleld, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Corbett. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Shaw, Miss Briscoe and Mr. Whitmore.
Mr. and Mrs. Root left Tuesday even
ing for the East. and will probably
spend a year in Europe before return
ing to Butte.
H. M. Byltleby of St. Paul entertained
the St. Paul city council and a numb.'r
of Butte friends at a banquet at the
Butte cafe on Monday evening.
Mrs. Noyes. Miss Ruth Noyes and
Miss Kirkman left Friday morning for
Seattle to spend a few weeks.
Mrs. J. J. McHatton entertained a few
friends at whist on Thursday evening.
The Silver Bow Whist club was en
tertained Tuesday evening by Mr. tnd
Mrs. Fayette Harrington. The prises
were won by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw.
About 100 pe.opI,, from the vicinity of
the Gagnon mine had a very jolly time
Thursday evening int a sleigh ride to
Lynndale and a dance out there. IL
tl-le's big sleighs drawn bysixand four
horse teams were heavily loaded alnd
there were many single and double t igs
In addition, and a merrier colmpany C
boys and girls never crossed Ihe. tat.
The following comprised the party: JM1r.
and Mrs. Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Parker,
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy: Misses Collins,
Lafontis. Mary Sullivan. Blair, US. and
Katie Graham. Julia Sullivan, Pry r,
Laura, and Katie Kiligallon. Walt- r.
Parker, L. and Maggie Hardiman, Mag
gle and Marguerite Rankin, Clara. F\a
and Amelia James, Harny. Coyle arid
Bateman: Messrs. H. E. and W. WVlli
lams, Walters. T. Parker. Hurt,
Pryor. Larry, Shea. Dan and J. iulti
van. Lynch. Strickmire. T!ddy. Trenary.
Nixon. Pollard. Murish. M. Donald,
Bath. White, R. Teddy. Newkirk. Lewis.
Conners, Norman. Evans. Kinsman.
Ople. Thomas, Talixstt and others. An
elegant supper was served at 12 o'clock.
About 55 friends .of Jack hurns, the
popular yardmaster of the Great North
ern railroad, invaded his home Thurs
day evening and took Mr. Burns and
family entirely by surprise. The even
ing was pleasantly sp. :t in singing, ini
-trumental music. games and ,th r
amutlmentt. A dainty lunch w as st r .-dI
and all left declaring it to be an evening
long to be remembered.
Miss Rumley of Anaconda was the
guest of Mrs. C. F. Lloyd on Friday.
Mrs. George Haldorn has gone to
Philadelphia and will return in about
two weeks.
SMr. and Mrs. Carlos Warfleld have
moved from the McDermott to the resi
dence of H. A. Root. in West Granite
street, which they will occupy during
Mr. and Mrs. Root's absence in theaeast.
H. C. Cat ney has gone to Hot Springs,
Ark., to be gone a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller enter
tained the Silver Bow Glee club very
pleasantly on Thursday evening. Mrs.
Fits Butler. Miss Mueller and Miss Ma
sel assisted the club in furnishing mu
sical entertainment and a delightful
supper was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller will leave
soon for Europe and Mr. Mueller will
take treatment at Carlsbad.
At the residence of Dr. J. W. Gunn
on West Granite street a party was
given Thursday evening to the mem
hers of the S. O. N. and their visiting
friends. The evening was passed
pleasantly with games and other
amusements, after which refreshments
were served and the merry gathering
dispersed. Among those present were:
Dr. and Mrs. Gunn. Will Gunn, Nel
son Gunn. Charles Fslke, James Spen
cer, Walter Sherlock. Harry Paxson,
Clarence Hopkins. Bert Fonkin. Will
Bowden. Aubrey Holley. Dan McMil
lan. Toni Clayton. Garfield Perrier,
Henry Hopkins, Guy Davidson. Harry
RIx. Will McDole, John Carette.
Adolph Heilbronner, Raymond Rhule,
John Maguire. William Bushnell. H.
Warfleld. J. Recore, and Misses Grace
Wilson. Ella Wright. Violet Oswald,
Agatha Richards. Nellie Hamlyn. Ef
fie Long. Nellie Fox. Genevieve Davis,
Lizzie Hall. Pearl Cole. Katie Sullivan,
Foreman. Elva Willard, Maggie Wil
lard. Lillie Darwin, Lois Gunn. Mary
Faubel.
The Butte City Consolidated railway
employes had a very pleasant party at
Lynndale Friday evening with their
friends. Those present were: Misses
Ella Dunstan. Blanch Knowlton, Edith
Van Dusin. Jennie Woodbury. Lottle
Semner. Emma Dunstan, Lottle Arnold,
Marthell Arnold. Tesste Curtney. Min
lie Whitty and many others whose
names could not he learned: Messrs.
C. L. Bates. Ed Law, J. I). Knowlton.
Frank MeTucker. R. Dunstan. W. T.
Hynes. John Dunstan, Walter Vance,
Sylveater Honlihan. E. H. Van Wart,
Dan Harley, Oscar Andricux.
-Mrs. C. F. Hoyt entertained Friday
night Mrs. J. Hynes. Mrs. Mr . LBiehnlmann.
Messrs. Will Wright. O. Nadeau and
J. Nord of Boston at a very toothsome
party lunch. All voted Mrs. Hoyt a
most charming hostess.
St. John's Guild will hold a valentine
social to-morrow evening at the resi
dence of Rod Davidson. :23 North
Montana street.
In Deer Lodge.
Deer Lodge. Feb. 12.--Dainty heart
shapeld Invitations hearing a Inmt sig
nitficant legend have. Ibet-ln issued by
Miss Maybel Heaulll,nti. .n, ,of the
leaders of High school s,,t i,.t. ,f this
city. to a core or inor-re of the ex.lu
sive ones of her set It, join the young
lady in reletbratin of the l Annil·rsa-ry
of St. Valentine's da). "l'Ie e\l.it will
occur at the home of th,. fair young
hostetss" mother. .MIs. -i. . J i.aui int,
on the north snid. i th*em . lun. anl
clai uate are thit- Ii ti tratlns 1.-ing
made by the, inttend,d gusts for a It.
-option which i.- ,lns,-s I,, surlliat. il
ure of our younger element of societ3
for a long time.
Land Attorney O. H. O'Bannon. esq.
was in Anaconda last Saturday. wher
he appeared before the county's trib
unal in the interests of a client from
the Nevada valley.
Kennedy Trippet spent a number of
days in Anaconda this week, a guest of
his father. W. H. Trippet. esq., Deer
Lodge county's prosecuting attorney.
IWillard Bennett, a former prominent
business man of this community, was
a social visitor to Deer Lodge friends
from his home in Helena last Tuesday.
Miss Alice Coleman and Josef A.
Mulcahy spent a greater part or this
week in Coloma as guests in the moun
tain home or Mr. and Mrs. A. Benja
minn Browne.
Mrs. T. W. Hawley has returned to
her home in the Bitter Root valley
near Victor. after a visit of several
weeks to her mother, Mrs. Larsen, and
sister, Mrs. Thomas Hirst, in this city.
Lee Cohn. the affable traveling rep
resentative of the wholesale fruit and
confectionery house of L. S. Cohn of
Butte, spent Tuesday with business ac
quaintances in Deer Lodge.
Dr. Herbert Holloway and wife left
Wednesday forenoon via the Northern
Pacific and Portland for Los Angeles,
('al.. where they will spend several
weeks in the enjoyment of a Southern
winter.
Mrs. Brown, the venerable matron of
the Warm Springs sanitarium, was a
guest of Colonel and Mrs. Samuel
Scott of the Scott hostelry last Wed
nesday.
Mrs. Charles Joyce was stricken sud
denly very ill of an acute pulmonary
affection last Monday evening and for
that night and all of Tuesday the
lady's life was despaired, ot by her
family and physician. The t critical
period of Mrs. Joyce's illness is passed
and the patient is now resting easy
with every assurance of a speedy re
'o(very.
The Deer Lodge Choral club, an or
ganization which numbers among its
membership many of the best voices,
both male and female, of our commun
ity. enjoyed a most prosperous even
ing's rehearsal at the home of the so
'lety's conductress. Mrs. P. Valiton,
last Tuesday.
D r. McKenzie of Anaconda was in
Deer Lodge last Tuesday In consulta
tion with Dr. W. M. Howsley at the
bedside of Mrs. Howsley, who has been
seriously ill for the past two weeks.
Mrs. Clayton Ramsdell is in Butte. a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Tal
bott and family.
Mrs. Itingwald. mother of Mrs. Her
,,rt iHolloway. went to Butte last
Tuesday, where she will make her
home during the absence of her daugh
ter and husband, Dr. Holloway. who
are spending a season in Southern Cal
Ifornia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Boardman were
visitors to Butte Wednesday and
Thursday last.
Mrs. A. II. Mitchell and son, Paul
Mit(chell. of Warm Springs were vis
itoors I, vor Lodge friends Wednes
day.
11rs. A. J. D)usseau and daughter
have returnedl to their home in Butte.
afltr a \istt of several days with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Conley.
W. H. Wheeler. tcommercial represen
tative of the Northwestern line for the
jurlsdiction of Montana. with head
quartelrs in H·'lcna. was on business
,'rnt in .leer LodIge Wednesday.
Miss Alma Itiilenberg has recently
ret'urnedtl fl,ro a season spent in Ana
'tconda e'njoyngl things social tof that
prsperous a omnmunity.
\. F. Iltug.r. - ra r\vling r''presentative
of th. Itullllgton., was in the Ity)'
'ur tuda.rn
W. 1. tle hgnt he returnt front an
extended business stay in Balt Lake
City and Mercur, Utah, where the gen
tleman owns some valuable mining
properties.
Mrs. Rose Gibbons, widow of the late
Captain Thomas Gibbons, departed
Thursday morning for Salt Lake City,
where she and her children will make
a permanent home. Mrs. Gibbons, who
is in feeble' health, was accompanied
on her journey south by a brother of
her late husband, in whose home the
lady and her little ones will find'shel
ter.
C. Juney Renshaw of Butte, until
recently connected with a number of
mining ventures in the Bear gulch
country in the official raiment of as
sayer and chemist, spent Wednesday
afternoon and evening in Deer Lodge,
a guest of honor in the household of
J. Ed O'Neill, a comrade of the now
mining expert's halcyon college days.
Mr. Renshaw was accompanied on his
visit to this city by J. Paul Mitchell of
Warm Springs. another boon compan
ion of other days, whose presence at
the eventide informal added much to
its cheeriness.
The Woman's club met in regular
session for study with Mrs. Smurr last
Tuesday evening. It was a "miscel
laneous" evening and a varied and
highly enjoyable and instructive pro
pramme was under consideration, all
members present taking active part in
the business and study of the session.
The first number rendered, "The New
Woman," taken from an address be
fore a class at Emerson college, by
Mrs. Bell. "Anecdote of Abraham Lin
Coln," Mrs. Boardman. Humorous
reading, "Mariah's Mournin'," Mrs.
Catlin. Humorous poem, Mrs. Brantly.
"Contemplation," an exquisite poetical
composition by F. R. Havergal, was
delivered by Mrs. Stackpole. "The
Iouise Opposite," from Anthony Hope,
by Miss Bielenberg. "Death of Tenny
son," Miss Augusta Galbraith. A clear
and concise original article on "Sun
Spots," by Mrs. Smurr. An original
composition entitled "Marie Antoin
ette," by Mrs. Joslyn. "The Ideal Club
Woman," a pithy paper by Mrs. Simp
son, was last on the programme.
Miss Flora V. Milner, at one time a
resident of this city but for the past
three years a prominent educator in
the Boseman schools, was married on
Feb. 1 to Luther G. Livingston of New
York city. The ceremony was pro
nounced in the Livingston hotel, Grand
Rapids, Mich in the apartments of the
bride's brother and wife. Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel 0. Miiner. Rt. Rev. George D.
Gillespie, D. D., bishop of Western
Michigan, officiating. in the presence of
the immediate family only. Mr. and
Mrs. Livingston will make their home
in New York, where Mr. Livingston
has business interests.
C. J. McNamara of Fort Benton and
T. A. Marlow of Helena, business asso
elates in the ownership of the "T. L"
brand of cattle which ranges In the
northern section of the state, were vis
itors in Deer Lodge Tuesday last, and
while here were guests of J. N. Biel
enberg of the stock raising firm of
Kohrs & Bielenberg.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Christian church will take the
usual hour for regular evening service
and devote the time in an endeavor day
service together with the rendition of
specially prepared music.
The ladies of the hive of Maccabees
have in preparation a social entertain
ment to be given in K. of P. hall on
the evening of Feb. 14.
Rev. W. M. Jordan. pastor of the
Christian church, will preach in Ana
conda at both morning and evening
service to-morrow.
The Mistletoe club were entertained
last Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Van Gundy, the West Side club rooms
being placed at the disposal of the
jolly party, who danced and lunched
till a late hour.
W. G. Staten of Anaconda has leased
the residence on North Main street
now occupied by John Titcome and will
shortly remove his family here.
John W. Collins, stock detective for
Silver Bow county, was in Deer Lodge
several days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Valiton will en
tertain their young friends next Tues
day evening, the 15th, the event to be
a dancing party and will be held in
the court room.
In Boulder.
Boulder, Feb. 12.-Boulder has a mu
sical organization that will no doubt
soon rank high with like organizations
of the state. A guitar and mandolin
club has been organized and their prac
tice is already developing a marked
efficiency. The club at present is com
posed of Misses Carson and Warner.
who play mandolins, Misses Carey and
Hall, Mrs. Daniel Halford and Mrs. A.
R. Robertson, who play guitars. The
attention of the court house boys is di
rected to this organization. There is
latent musical talent among them that
could np doubt be developed by joining
a musical club like this, and the mem
bers of the club say that a few more
members are needed.
The social event of the coming week
Is expected to be the masquerade ball
to be given on the evening of St. Valen
tine's day, the 14th. Simpkins' hall has
been nicely arranged and decorated for
the occasion and large numbers are ex
pected to put on a face and go.
Rev. T. A. Wickes will occupy the
pulpit of the Presbyterian church this
evening, and give a sermon on "The
Relation of the Church to the Chil
dren."
Rev. Father Bluer will be out from
Helena and hold services in the Catho
lic church ml Boulder on Tuesday, the
15th.
Mrs. D. McNeill entertained a party
Saturday evening for Miss Parkinson
of Helena, who is visiting here.
Mrs. Terwilliger gave a party Satur
day for her pupils in the primary de
partment of the public schooL It was
a real party, too, and didn't the little
ones have a fine time.
The Boulder grammar school Literary
society observed Lincoln's birthday by
appropriate exercises at the home of
the teacher in that department, ;Mrs.
Howie, Saturday evening. The pro
gramme was made up of exercises ap
propriate to the observance of the great
America's birthday, and also that of
Whittier, the poet of freedom. Some
very interesting numbers in recitations.
essays and songs were given, and there
was a debate on the resolution that
Lincoln did more than Whittier for the
suppression of slavery.
Miss Bertha Bennett will soon go to
Mitchell's gulch, in the northern part
of the county, to take charge of the
school there.
W. D. Field has taken a place with
the Gaffney Mercantile company here
and will keep the books. He comes
from Basin, where he was in the em
ploy of Mr. Driscoll,.and previous to
that was bookkeeper for the Hope Min
ing company. His family, consisting
of wife and daughter, will soon move
here from Basin.
A few citizens of Boulder are show
ing commendable enterprise and public
spirit in an effort to organize a town
improvement society. Boulder can be
made one of the most attractive places
in the state if there can be sufficient
local pride to inspire the citizens in im
proving their individual property and
the public streets. The location is all
right if it can be added to by trees,
paint, cleanliness and public spirit.
Miss Slater of Elkhorn has been visit
ing with Mrs. Benjamin this week after
spending a few days with friends in
Basin. She returned to her home on
Thursday.
The C. E. Literary Circle will meet
with Miss Belcher Monday evening.
The new time card on the Great
Northern, which goes into effect to
day, will certainly allow Boulder people
to spend a full day in Butte, leaving
here about 4 o'clock in the morning
and getting home late in the evening.
Emery Huot of Basin has been in
town part of the week. He has been
disposing of some of his property hold
ings in Basin and expects to start soon
for Alaska.
Mr. and Mrs. Jennison visited with
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Robertson a portion
of the week. Their home has been in
Wlckes, but they now go to Butte to
reside, and Mr. Jennison will engage in
business there with Mr. Terry, also
formerly of Wickes.
Mrs. Arthur Douglas of Bernice has
been visiting here this week at the
home of A. S. Douglas.
Mr. and Mrs. John Flaherty of the
valley returned from Helena Wednes
day, where they visited with friends
and also attended a big masquerade
ball.
Miss Emma Moore is here from Mis
soula visiting with Miss Lottie War
ner.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shively are par
ents of a son born Monday.
Mrs. Griswold of California, who has
been with Mrs. Warren several weeks,
has now gone to Wisconsin to spend
the remainder of the winter. Mrs.War
ren gave a party for her guest the
evening before her departure.
,Mrs. Hungate has moved to the
Holmes & Dahlman mine, where she
will have charge of the boarding house.
Arthur McConnell of Anaconda visit
ed with relatives here the first of the
week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sloan of the Gal
latin valley and Clint Sloan of Butte
were with relatives here during the
week.
Will Carpenter and family of Galla
tin county visited this week at the
home of George F. Cowan.
Charles Scharf made a trip to Butte
the first of the week.
John Guthrie, who has been mining
in Madison county, is again in Boulder,
having returned for medical treatment
on account of an abscess of the ear,
which has been causing him much
trouble.
Judge Parker and Mr. Monaghan.
court stenographer, will leave Sunday
morning'for one of the other counties
in this district to open a term of court.
Angus Clunie of Lockhart, was In
Boulder on business Wednesday.
Messrs. Hill, Harper and Stone of
Clancy were transacting business in the
county seat this week.
Judge Harwood and E. 8. McDonald
of Butte were here Friday in company
with J. A. Riddell, whom they repre
sent in a case in court.
Mr. Haire, state architect, and Mr.
Suiter, contractor, have4pesdt a portion
of the week here in connection with
work on the public building under con.
struction.
In Basin.
Basin. Feb. 12.-Social life in Basin
has been rather quiet the past week,
the only event of particular importance
being the organization of a new danc
Ing club last Saturday night. This
was the outcome of an informal dance
given that evening, and such an enjoy
able time was had that at the conclu
sion of the dance those present formed
themselves into an organization with a
view to giving a dance each Saturday
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