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Mrs. Dr. T. A. Grigg of 823 West Broad
way entertained a number of persons at
whist Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
J. L. Miller of Cincinnati, Ohio, who, with
her husband, Dr. Miller, has been the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Grigg for several
weeks. The event was a charming one
in every particular. The first prize was
won by Mrs. John Gillie, the second by
Miss Jennie Sullivan and the consolation
by Miss Florence Cooney. Among the
guests were Mrs. Judge Sullivan, Mrs.
O. K. Lewis, Mrs. James H. Lynch, Mrs;
Dr. Fenton, Mrs. J. C. Dawson, Mrs. Joe
Dawson, Mrs. Buckles, Mrs. Phil Wise
man, Mrs. Brodeck. Miss Lackey, Miss
Jennie Sullivan, Miss Mae Miller, Miss
Florence Cooney, Mrs. J. F. Weimescary,
Mrs. I.. Bernheim, Mrs. Dr. Miller, Mrs.
Emerson, Mrs. J. A. Canty, Mrs. O.
Hight, Mrs. Norville, Mrs. John D. Riter,
Mrs. J. H. Harper, Mrs. Dr. Gunn, Mrs.
John Finnegan. In the evening tlie resi
dence of Mr. and
scene of a surpr
J. L. Miller by several of his Butte
friends. Four tables were usurped by
whist players, but there were other
amusaments. The card players were Mr.
Mrs. J. H. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs.
Christie, Dr. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. and
2? " a ? |i le
nse party tendered Dr.
Mrs. John Finnegan. Mrs. Buckles. Mrs.
Wiseman, Mrs. Brodeck and Dr. and Mrs.
Grigg. The first prize for ladies, a jewel
tray, was won by Mrs. Lynch; the sec
ond. an almond dish, by Mrs. Finnegan.
The first prize for gentlemen, a stein, was
won by Dr. Grigg, and the second, con
sisting of a silver vase, by John Finne
gan. Refreshments were served. On the
day following the festivities Dr. and Mrs.
Miller left for their home in, Ohio, going
via Ogden and Denver, in which places
they will stay a few days en route.
The reception given at Crystal Springs
by the Union club last Monday evening
was one of the most charming social
events of the season. Some of those who
participated drove to the springs in ve
hicles of their own, but the majority
made the trip bunched in a band wagon.
Dancing was commenced early and kept
up until midnight, when a lunch in keep
ing willi the surroundings and occasion
was served by the club. The music for
«lancing was furnished by Professor
Bergstrom's orchestra of this city.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
John Noyes, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mor
gan, Mr. and Mrs. James Forbis, Mr.
and Mrs. Fayette Harrington, Dr. and
Mrs. I. D. Freund, Mrs. W. G. Pfouts,
Mr. and Mrs. Scampton. Mrs. Dr. Mc
Crimmon, Mrs. Dr. Campbell. Mr. and
Mrs. W. McC. White. Mrs. M. J. Connell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Wilson, Messrs. Glenn
Harrington, Robert Le Beau. Major
Smith, Phil P. Carr, Frank Staumm,
John MacGinnls, Jed and Ray Freund,
F. Augustus Heinze, Lee Mantle, Major
Dawson, Edward Passmore, George
Busch, Gilman Bullard. Sellers Largey,
Dr. Leonard Renick, Miss Familie Thorn
ton, Miss Lulu Foster, Miss Augusta
Radley. Miss Marcia Patrick. Miss Mabel
Foster, Miiss Marie Barret, Miss Carrie
Thornton,Miss Ruth Leggat, Miss Arnold,
Miss Daisy Dawson, Miss Rita Hickman,
Miss Virgie Cope; Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dawson,
Charles D. French, Geoffrey Lozier, J.
R. Leggat, Harry S. Tuttle, Dr. J. W.
Gunn, Dan Raymond, Mrs. L. A. Thorn
ton, Miss Jennie Thirloway, Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Baldwin, Mis« Sue Baldwin and
J. A. Shelton.
. ,
but it is just !
Members of the Butte social circle have
been looking forward with much pleas
urable anticipation to a german slated
for next Tuesday evening, but it is just
possible that a postponement of the event
b o e * Vi*! en ' V was , have , *?een !
g.\en at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
James Forbis in the western part of the
city, but the death of Mr. Forbis' sister j
L e ~X rC !f/- morning caused a.change
ln the piogramme. Now it will either be
continued to a later date Of held at some j
other residence, probably the latter.
There have been several enjoyable
events of a social nature this we f k, one
ot which, and probably the most general,
being the reception given by the Union
club last Monday evening. This- organi
zation does not give dances at slated
petiods, but only when its members are
prompted to indulge the pastime and
amusement. Quite a number of the
Entre Nous club members were present
by invitation.
In additon to this dance a number of
card parties were held.
Mrs. A. T. Morgan gave a euchre party
at her residence in the western part of
the city Wednesday afternoon, and to
simply say it was enjoyable would be a
mild expression. It was everything a
card party could be. The prizes were won j
j Mrs. Richardson secured first prize (an
elegant rose jar), and Mrs. J. H. Steele
| second (a bonbon
tion awarded to
an informal mus
i lowed by Gel ici
as follows: First, by Mrs. Dr. McCrim
mon ; lone hand. Mrs. H. A. D'Acheu. of
the prize tor euchering went to
Miss Radley of Chicago. Besides these
ladies the guests were Mrs. I. D. Freund,
-Mrs. Fayette Harrington, Mrs. Tom La
Vell, Mrs. L. F. Largey, Mrs. Mason,
Mrs. J. V. Long, Mrs. H. O. Wilson, Mrs.
L. A. Lisley, Mrs. F. E. Shaw, Mrs. O. K.
Lewis, Mrs. W. E. Lewis, Mrs. J. A. Mur
ray, Mrs. Leggat, Mrs. Kern, Mrs. W.
McC. White, Mrs. John Noyes, Sr., Mrs.
John Noyes, Jr., Mrs. Tom Noyes, Mrs.
C. D. Morgan, Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. J. K.
Clark, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. W. B. Hamilton,
Mrs. J. K. Heslet. Mrs. M. J. Connell,
Mrs. Keane, Mrs. F. E. Corbett. Mrs. Dr.
A. C. Leggat, Mrs. Sutphen of Helena,
Miss Sanders, Miss Ethel Black. Miss
Marcia Patrick, Miss Arnold, Miss Leg
gat, Miss McLennihan, Miss Marie Bar
ret and Miss Hattie Crowe.
Mrs. Ed Marlow entertained Thursday
afternoon at her home on Nevada ave
nue for Mrs. A. W. Richardson of Ma
! Qdoketa, Iowa, a niece of Mr. Marlow.
j After a short game of wliist, in which
from small tables. The guests included
Mrs. J. B. Gallagher, Mrs. J. H. Steele,
Mrs. Ed Healey. Mrs. A. VV. Richardson,
Mrs. Howard Grämling, Mrs. Richard
Hungate, Mrs. Blakeley. Mrs. Leonard
Erick, Mrs. Charles Freyier. Mrs. Oliver
Krogh. Mrs. A. Minger. Mrs. A. H. Gil
lot, Mrs. Ed Marloy and Mrs. Ed Pierce.
Glen Harrington and Sellers Largey
left last Tuesday for the east, the former
to resume his studies at Cornell and the
latter to take up a course at the George
town university.
A surprise party, arranged by tlie Co- i
lumbia Whist club, was given Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. Howard
Grämling, South Butte. A social time
was enjoyed and refreshments served.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Monteith, for
merly of Butte, but now of Chicago, are
visiting Butte friends and relatives, hav'
ing arrived the early part of the week.
J. H. Leyson left Thursady for his
ranch on the Jefferson. He was accom
panied by Andrew J. Davis, who also
owns a farm in that section.
Miss Margaret Blackiston and Miss
Mattie Alexander left last Monday for
Fail-fault, Minn., where they will attend
school during the winter.
After a two weeks' visit with her sister.
Mrs. I. Strasburgor of West Granite
street. Mrs. R. Cohen left for lier home in
Salt Lake last Tuesday.
Hon. Joseph K. Clark and wife left
Wednesday for the east with the expec
tation of being absent from Montana
several weeks.
Mrs. Augustus Smith has returned
from the east, where she spent two
months visiting relatives and old friends.
Charles Sumner of Missoula, formerly
a resident of Butte, spent Sunday and
Monday with friends in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Vincent are back
from their trip east and are located at
527 South Montana street.
Mrs. Sam M. Johnstone of Fish creek
.was the guest of Butte friends the early
part of the week.
Mrs. J. Hamburger of San Francisco Is
Lj, e Kue st of Mrs. L. Kipp of South Ohio
L, -Ja
Attorney J. O. Bender of Spokane vl»
i*-.i Butte earlv in the week
,tea Utt eal ** 111 6
Carlos Warfield was over from Helena
the early part of the week.
Bert Shorey and wife are down from
Merrill for the fair.
Col. F. M. Malone is up from Miles City
to attend the fair.
Geo. Pirrie, the Halbert horseman, is
in the city to attend the fair.
Miss Dora Draper of Pease Bottom is
in the city, the guest of friends.
J. D. Matheson and Major Panton vis
ited the Custer battlefield Sunday.
Sam Jackson of Helena, deputy U. S.
marshal, was in the city yesterday.
W. C. Jenisen of Lavina was looking
after business matters in the city Satur
I Nat. G Carwile returned Satnrdav
j from a Two wëèff t, ip to weste.m Mom
| tana.
W. B. Cochran of Red Lodge has been
in the city several days the guest of W.
B. Calhoun.
Mrs. F. S. Whitney and daughter are
expected home tonight from a month's
visit at Denver.
Major Wm. Panton of Ontario, who is
visiting Billings relatives, will leave to
morrow for Portland.
Harry T. Ramsey and wife arrived
home Sunday evening from a three
months' visit to Kansas.
Wm. Rea, the St. Paul sheep buyer and
feeder, has gone to Oregon in search of
purchaseable sheep.
Mrs. T. L. Halbert, N. L. Halbert and
Mrs. Bailey and boys of Halbert are in
the city to attend the fair.
Ralph Berry came in from St. Paul the
first of the week to look after business
affairs and take in the fair.
C. S. Haire, the architect of the Parmly
J Billings memorial library, was a city vis
itor yesterday fro
rom Helena.

I leison, an attorney of Red
The Cody (Wyo.) Enterprise says that
AV . Hansard and family were guests at
the Springs last Sunday.
John D. Losekamp and Miss Florence
returned yesterday from Yellowstone
Sam Connelly, second miller at the
Yellowstone Valley mills, returned yes
terday from a visit to relatives at Galva,
Dr. J. H. Moore of Rig Timber, county
clerk and recorder of Sweet Grass eoun
ty, is in the city to see the races.
Capt. J. C. Bond and M. Hannihan re
turned Saturday morning from a month's
sojourn at the Wyoming Hot Springs.
Josiah Cook and O. C. Morgan, two
well known residents of Basin, Wyo.,
have been businessing in our city for sev
eral days.
Jack Fraser came in last night from
the Ashworth ranch on the Greybull. in
Wyoming, where he has been spending
the summer.
M. J. Johnson of Bozeman arrived in
the city yesterday and will remain here
during fair, having some race horses on
the track.
Wiiliard Lovell, son of H. C. Lovell of
Lovell, Wyo., left yesterday from Park
man for Fairbault, Minn., to resume his
studies at Shattuck military school.
Mortimer Llewelin and George Mo
Clung, two young men from Livingston, !
came down yesterday to take in the fair I
and everything that will be going. |
John T. Murphy, the cattle king of
Helena, was a visitor in the city yester
day, assisting Hysham Bros, in receiv
ing the cattle which they purchased from
the former.
Governor Robert B. Smith was in the
city Sunday afternoon, having accom
panied some relatives this far on their
way east. He returned to Helena yester
day morning.
Frank Bliss and wife, H. O. Kellogg
and wife, C. N. and Roy Skillman and
E. M. Hall are the advance guard of the
Big Timber delegation, which is to at
tend the fair this week.
C. W. Forester returned h.c.ne a few
days ago from a month's stay ot DeMarls
Hot Springs in Wyoming, where he took
baths for relief rom rheumatism. He
feels greatly improved.
Walter Alderson, editor of the Red
Lodge Picket, was a Billings visitor Fri
day night on his way to Hunter's Hot
Springs, where he will remain for a
couple of weeks.
Miss Jessie McKellar, who had been
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Rinehart,
returned to Missoula Saturday to re
sume her duties as teacher in the schools
of that place.
Hugh Babcock, son of Postmaster Bab
cock, left yesterday on a trip to Nebras
ka. He will take in he greater exposi
tion at Omaha and probably visit old col
lege chums at Stanberry, Mo.
Mrs. C. M. Kennedy, mother of H. N.
Kennedy, who has been visiting in the
city for a couple of months, left this
morning for a visit to Denver, Col., after
wich she will return to her home in Staf
ford, N. Y.
Miss Mabel Larson and Mahle Wilson,
two prominent young women from the
state capitol city, are the guests of thé
family of Hon. A. L. Babcock. They will
remain here for the fair and also to wit-'
ness the Helena-Billings ball games the
latter part of the week.
F. G. Matton, chief clerk in the Indian
service at Crow Agency, visited Billings
Sunday night. He was accompanied by
• - - J.
is '
his mother. Mrs. C. A. Rogers, who de
parted the next morning for her home
in New York, after a visit to her son.
T. B. Hill, who has beeil up in Carbon
county for the past two or three months,
has returned to Billings for a few days'
visit. Mr. Hill has been assisting in Mr.
Armstrong's drug store in Red Lodge for
several weeks, during the proprietor's
Willis Van Devanter, assistant attor
ney general of the United States, Hon.
W. A. Richards, assistant commissioner
of the general land office, and Dr. Amos
Barber of Cheyenne, Wyo„ were in the
city |Sundaiy night, leaving yesterday
morning for the Big Horn basin, via Red
Fred Soule, a private in the Idaho regi
ment. who served in the Philippines up
to within nbout three weeks ago, when
he returned invalided, arrived in Billings
yesterday. Mr. Soule is well known here,
being a brother of Geo. Soule and Mis.
J. M. McIntyre. He has accepted a
position in the plumbing establishment
of his brother.
Mis. O. S. Erickson was a visitor in
the city a couple of days last week from
the ranch in Wyoming. She was looking
for a house, so as to remove the children
to Billings for the winter in order that
they might have the opportunity of at
tending our splendid schoools, but failing
she has decided to take them to Gebo.
J. V. Thomas of Bear River, Digby
county. Nova Scotia, arrived in Billings
Saturday morning on a visit to his son.
Cabbot Thomas of Park City, who was
bore to meet ih slather. The elder Mr.
Thomas has never been west of New
York before and is much taken with
Billings and the Yellowstone valley. He
, is a gentleman of the old school, very in
j telligent and the Gazette acknowledges
j a pleasant call from both father and son.
j Mrs. H. S. Hammond entertained her
j Sunday school class of young ladies, in a
I very pleasant manner Saturday from
j 2:30 to a:30 o'clock p. m. Games and music
furnished the amusement for the aftcr
| noon. All the young ladies assembled on
.the lawn and Mrs. Hammond took sev
eral snap shots of them. Refreshments
I of peach ice cream and cake were served
! dut ing which time, "school" was dis
cussed in its various phases, both by
; those who attend the home school, and
Hoe, Ruth Mills and Eva McCoy.
! soula.
I Mr. Gus Dahl of Bernice was a visiun
| here las. week, having business with the
Mr. and Mrs. Detour went to Winston
Sunday where they will probably make
their home.
Miss FitzGerald and Miss Dows of the
public school are making their home
with Mrs. Shope.
Miss Bertha Bennett has gone to Bern
ice to take charge of the school there for
the ensuing term.
Miss Bearic-e Bumby has accepted a
position as teacher for a school at Water
loo in Madison county.
Mr. Schreiner was here from Elkhorn
Sunday to meet his wife, who had been
visiting in But.te for a week.
Miss Ruth Kellogg of Whitehall has
gone to Minneapolis where she takes a
place as one of the teachers in the Man
ning school of oratory.
Mrs. Mc-Gahan having finished her
school work at Woodville has gone down
the valley to remain a few weeks with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carey.
Judge Turnley was here from his home
near Elkhorn last Tuesday accompanied
by bis wife and nepehews, who started
fo rChicago to spend the winter.
Miss Lottie Warner has returned from
few weeks' visit with friends in Mis
The Fiaherty boys in the valley. Will,
Charles and Dick, have gone to Bozeman
to attend the college there for the coming
school year.
Professor Bell and wife visited with
friends here for a few days after tlv it
return from the park. Mr. Bell formerly
taught in Butte, but now goes to take
charge of the schools at Marysville.
Judge Parker last week accompanied
his daughter, Miss Katie, to Helena
where she will enter St. Vincent's acad
emy. Warren Parker came over with Mr
Macomber from Crow creek Saturday to
attend school In Boulder.
Mrs. Stevens and four young daughters
were here the first of last week and
stopped with Mrs. Conger. They were on
their way from Elkhorn to Globe, Ari
zona. where Mr. Stevens is now em
ployed. J- M. Bowden of Elkhorn has
also gone to Arizona on account of failing
Mrs. Dan Halford and Elsie returned
Sunday frbm a visit with relatives near
Willis Rexford has gone to Bozeman to
accept a situation with the Bozeman
Milling Co.
Mrs. C. L. Thompson and daughter,
Miss Lulu, left last week for Baker City,
Ore., where they will visit with rela
Wm. T. Sweet returned this morning
from H'-lena where he passed the exam
ination and received the certificate re
autred for him to run the steam heating
plant as janitor at the school house.
''Alkali Ike" was here last week with a
fe wShetland ponies and sold one to J.
B. Maxfield for his boy, and another to
B. E. ßarteau. They are of the Hudley
& Clark stock raised near Toston. and
Ike breaks and sells them. It is stated
that h(l sold six in Elkhorn.
The School for the deaf and blind be
gins today with Mr. E. S. Tillinghast as
superintendent, Mrs. Tillinghast as ma
tron, Mr. L. Divine, teacher for the deaf
in the primary department and Miss Mar
garet Davison, who recently came from
Ogden, Utah, as teacher for the blind.
The many friends of the family of John
Berkin are pleased that they have re
turned to Boulder that thp girls may at
tend school here. They occupy their home
west of the Presbyterian church. Mr.
Berkin will, however, be away most of
the time looking after his mining inter
Mra. P. B. Mills was a visitor to the
state captial Tuesday.
Mrs. L. V. Styles has gone to Helena
tv remain for a few weeks.
Mrs. Parkinson is expected here from
Helena for a few days visit with friends.
Miss Effie Donahue left Boulder yes
terday for Deer Lodge where she will
enter college.
Miss Bertie Reynolds went to Anacon
da the first of last week to visit for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Field are about to move
into Mrs. Donahue's residence in the
western part of town.
Jos. Simon of the Cosmopolitan hotel
in Helena stopped here the first of the
week on his way to Butte.
Geo. Fournier, who has been in B. E.
Barteau's blacksmith shop several
months, has removed with his family to
Dr. Tracey was called here from Hel
ena for consultation in the case of Bert
Warner's boy who has been very ill with
a fever.
Judge Parker and Mr. Monaghan are
in Virginia City for a term of court, but
they wil return this week as the session
is short.
Rev. |W. Forbis. of Belgrade, was here
Monday accompanying his daughter,
Theresa, who will enter the school for the
deaf and blind. Miss Lida Marshall of
Bozeman made the trip with them.
We understand that Arthur Douglas,
who has been station agent for the Great
Northern at Clancy, will go to Butte to
take a position of cashier at that station,
and Mr. McMahon, formerly cashier, will
be station agent in place of Mr. Chris
tianson, deceased.
Dod Halford is back from Helena hav
ing been called there by the illness of hi
mother. Miss Lillian returned with him
n ^ lel spending several weeks at the home
' lel SJ'andparents in Broadwater
c '°, u , I ? ty ',
Miss Pearl Douglas went to Clancy last
week exepecting to make her homo' with
her brothei' and attend school there this
otion to the Butte
»■them will proba
winter, but his protr
office of the Great N
bly change her plans.
A fishing party composed of Messrs.
Wahle, McLaughlin. Cameron, Pike and
Hodson returned Monday after being
away a week. They went to Smith river
an dspent most of the time on the road
a si he distance is considerable, and they
had but two days fishing hut found it ait
excellent place for the sport.
Misses Annie and Sallie Maguire, re
turned to Ogden Saturday to resume
their sevhool work there, after spending
the vacation very pleasantly with rela
tives here. Miss Nellie Maguire, who re
cently came from Ogden to visit with
relatives has concluded to remain for
few months and h
valley school.
In c-onveisation with Mr. M. L Hevett
recently he stated that work under his
supervision would soon begin at tin- Hope
mine in Basin. At present he is princi
pally looking after the interests of the
as taken charge of the
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can always tell wliat you are by the company
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I must he some—th ing.
f or Infants and Children.
The Kind You Haie Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
44 The 'Best is
the Cheapest "
Experience teaches that
good clothes wear longest,
good food gives best nutrition,
and a good medicine that
cures disease is naturally the
best and cheapest . Hood r s
Sarsaparilla is the best medi
cine money can buy, because
it cures when all others fail.
Poor Hoâlth "Had poor health foe
yea's, pains in shoulders, back and hips,
nvith constant headache, nervousness and
no appetite. Used Hood's Sarsaparilla,
gained strength and can work hard alt
day; eat heartily and sleep well. I took
(t because it helped my husband to whom
it gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Giffels.
Moose Lake, Minn.
dÛtcdA Sauatmiffg
Hniid'» finis cure liver ill s ; the non-irritating an«
.ggiOgjjtfgto.to «» fc'e w ith; Hood ï SÜiafïrtïïÇ
new copper properties in the northern
part of Deer Lodge county for the devel
opment of which a company has been
The largest park party of the season
from Boulder has returned home and re
ports a very pleasant outing in nature's
wonderland. It was composed of Rev.
Mr. Grube of Boulder. Rev. Mr. Poole of
Helena, Messrs. Terwilliger, Torrence,
Davis. Rexford. Fred and George Cowan.
They were away a little more than a
Mr. Frank Bernatz and family have
gone for a pleasure trip to Chicago and
other eastern points. He has been sta
tion agent for the Northern Pacific here
nine years with out a vacation and con
cluded that it. was about time to look
around a little. During his absence Mr.
E. A. Wilson comes from Livingston to
look after the eompan business here.
The Burmese will sacrifice any prospect
of money making to go to a feast. These
are called pives, and often the entertain
ment is elaborate. I remember going to
one in Upper Burma. There was a good
deal of dancing, but neither the host nor
liis guest danced; that would have been
undignified. The dancers were paid, and
they twirled lazily or Jumped excitedly as
occasion reciuired. Most of the time,
however, was spent in chatter and smok
ing. Smoking is the only thing at which
the Burmese are industrious. They start
smoking at the early age of three, and
they smoke themselves Into the next
world. Girls smoke rtuite as arduously as
j the men, and as the cigars are very big
■ many a pretty mouth is strained to ac
commodate a giant cheroot.

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