f f BUTTE. I 1 Office of The Intermountain Catholic, I 47 East Broadway, Butte, Mont., ' Hugh E. Eyan, Manager. Y. M. I. OFFICERS FOE, 1900. (CoiTo-pond'-nce Jntermotmtain Catholic.) llutte, Mont., Jan. 10. Tho most i editable and worthy Catholic organi-1 organi-1 xati.m in the city is the Young Men's f Institute im connection with, which is tlr Young Ladies' Institute. Thse two societies maintain elegant j parlors on East Quartz street, where If UU. Catholic ynun? mtn and women i tan spend a pleasant, social evening f when upprtunity permits after the I day's tiils. In tho reading room the IMicht current and Catholic literature is. always to ho found, thu bookcases aJso :!rc tilled with standard works of fiction fic-tion and reference. Milliards, pool and f I music- aro in evidence for all so in- p -limd. During the year monthly social f dancvs ai(l occasional "Smokers" are L drawing attractions. Every Catholic y I young man and woman in Butte should I I join the Institute. The present raem- fl hership is about 250, but should be i I triple that number. The Rood to be . accomplished by sueh an organization. I in a eity like Dutte, is incalculable. I The Young Ladic-s' Institute have f tKrted the following officers for 1900: J President Miss Nana Nagle. I u Vice I'resident Miss Mary Arm- I " strong. I Sucond Vice Preside-.nt Miss Kate j Dor:'n. j Corresponding Secretary Miss Tere- I Kelly. , Financial Secratary Miss Emma 1 - llfsse. f Tri-asoirr Miss Anna Driscoll. ( irpanist Miss Ella Driscoll. j Marshal Miss Margaret Laughlin. I The officers- for the Young Men's In- ' etituto are as follows: Chaplain I lev. Father Callahan. i President P. A. Loamy. First Vio President T. J. O'Brien. Sex cind Vice President P. II. White. ; , P. cording Secretary F. F. O'Neill. : j Financial Secretary AY. J. Sheerin. I Marshal Ed J. Devine. Treasurer John W. Gilligan. Inside Sentinel John Doran. Outside Sentinei! J. E. Hayes. 1 Chairman Executive Committee J. , . W. Walsh.