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Tnkrmountain news BUTTE, MONT. Butte, Mont., Sept. 15. A special from Kalispell to the Miner says: Forest fires are raging on the north fork of the Flathead river, on th Flathead reservation. Ranchers have been fighting the flames two days and they are now beyond their control. They have sent for help, and men will immediately go to the scene. Supervisor Super-visor Haines in Tobacco Plains has been sent for. The fire started in a windfall and spread rapidly over one of the best belts of timber in this section, the exact location being near the large beds of coal, and gradually going east and south, and threatens destruction to the timber in the vicinity vicin-ity of McDonald lake unless soon checked. One of the social events of the week 1 was the wedding of James E. Liebe and Miss Ida May Jeffrey, which took place Wednesday evening of last week at St. I Patrick's church. At 7 o'clock the wedding party arrived ar-rived at the church and Professor Ver-1 Ver-1 non Matlack played "Lohengrin March," as the ushers, Harry Richards and Herschel Warfield, led the way. Miss Mary Moran, as maid of honor, immediately preceded the bride, who walked down the aisle leaning on the arm of her father, Francis Jeffrey. From the sacristy appeared Father De Siere and the groom, with his best man. Dr. J. L. Hannifin. AVhile the ceremony was being performed per-formed soft music was heard throughout through-out the church, and when the couple left the altar Professor Matlack played Mendelssohn's wedding march. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the home of the bride, 304 South Idaho street, beneath be-neath a handsome design of flowers and roses. In a room set apart for presents, was a collection which is seldom seen on such an occasion, showing in what es-teen es-teen the bridal couple is held. The bride wore a dainty gown of 1 cream silk mull over taffeta trimmed in Valenciennes lace and ribbon. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses. She is the only daughter, of Francis Jeffrey, and with her culture and true womanly disposition will be the queen of a most happy home. Her one bridesmaid, brides-maid, Miss Mary Moran, wore silk mull over taffeta trimmed in lace and carried car-ried a bouquet of pink roses. Mr. Liebe and Dr. Hannifin wore the conventional black. The groom is the freight agent for the Northern Pacific in the city office. He is regarded by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances as a young man of sterling worth, exemplary habits hab-its and deserved popularity. Mr. and Mrs. Liebe departed at 8:40 on the Northern Pacific fr Chicago and other eastern points, and will be at home to their many friends after Oct. 10. Dan McDonald", president of the American Labor union, went to Missoula Mis-soula to attend to business matters. St. Joseph's Catholic church in South Butte has purchased a new bell costing cost-ing $800. Miss Katharine Giltinan. granddaughter grand-daughter of the late Ignatius Donnelly, will arrive in Butte the early part of October to be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Ignatius Donnelly. Miss Giltinan is a highly accomplished young woman and as a. pianist has shown phenomenal talent tal-ent for one of her years. The greatest success has been predicted for her by the music critics in the east, and her stay in Butte will be enjoyed by scores of music lovers. The devotion of Forty Hours at St. Patrick's drew a magnificent gathering of Catholics. Services; began at 5 in the morning and continued each- hour during two days. Alex. McCann, an old and respected miner of Butte, passed away Saturday night. He was one of the oldest and most respected miners in this vicinity. He leaves a wife and two children. The funeral took place this afternoon from the family residence, fi7 West Copper street, and was well attended. HELENA, MONT. Miss Lalah Bullard, of Helena, and Mr. Alexander T. McAusland, of Miles City, were, quietly married last Tuesday Tues-day evening in Livingston at the spacious spa-cious and beautiful hornet of ' Hon. and Mrs. Thomas M. Swindlehurst, the bride's most intimate friend, who will be remembered as Miss Mary Wilson of Helena. The bride is one of Montana's Mon-tana's own daughters, having been born and raised in this state. Only a few of the family and personal friends from Butte and Helena were present at the ceremony. The bride is a niece of Hon. Massena Bullard of Helena, one of the most prominent lawyers' of the state, and is loved and admired by hosts of friends. The groom is one of the best known and wealthy cattle owners of eastern Montana, being largely interested interest-ed in the raising of Hereford cattle on his ranch near Miles City. The happy couple left Thursday night for an extensive ex-tensive eastern trip. Many handsome and valuable gifts were received. MISSOULA, MONT. The Women's Catholic Order of Foresters For-esters gave an entertainment at their hall in the old Catholic church building Wednesday evening, for the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Card playing was indulged in and refreshments re-freshments served. ANACONDA, MONT. John D. O'Brien, deputy state boiler inspector, was in the city from Helena. He formerly resided in Anaconda. Mrs. Alexander Burnett, who has been absent in Ireland for the past four months, is expected to return soon. PHILLPSBURG, MONT. Call: Mrs. A. A. McDonald and niece. Miss Jennie Collins, were Butte visitors visit-ors last week. - Miss Myrtle Clarke and Miss Kilpat-rick Kilpat-rick left overland for Anaconda.' Pat Hurley, who was formerly a well known resident of this county, but who has been in Dawson ,City for the past two or three years, was a visitor here last week and called on all his old-time friends. He has acquired considerable wealth since he went to the frozen north, and retains many mining interests inter-ests there yet. The Misses Sadie and Jeannette Ann McDonald of Butte are visitors this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fin-lav Fin-lav McDonald. J Mrs. J. D. Kennedy and Mrs. James Sorrenson, who. were guests of Mrs. Frank D. Brown at the ranch on Rock creek, returned Saturday. BOISE, IDA.V Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Schroder of Sutton, Sut-ton, Neb., have returned home after a visit in this city. Dr. and Mrs. McCalla left the first part of the week for New York and Boston, and will go abroad about December. De-cember. Their many friends in Boise regret very much their leaving, although al-though the - disappointment is somewhat some-what mitigated from the fact that they expect to return in six months. Oscar Sonnenkalb, the surveyor, is herefrom Pocatello, and is staying at the Idanha. . Mr. and Mrs. Cobb gave a very, elegantly ele-gantly appointed dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Kirkpatrick ( I t of - Salt Lake. Besides the guest of honor present were: Mr. and Mrs. . Ormsby, Miss Shoup, Mr. F. Kingsbury ! and Mr. B. Eastman. Mr. and Mrs. Will C. Mclntyre, who are enjoying a wedding trip to California, Cali-fornia, have sent announcement cards to their friends in this city, stating that they will be at home Out. 1, at 711 Fort street. Miss Plowman of Marsh, who wr;-tend wr;-tend St. Margaret's school this fall, reached Boise Monday. Hon. S. P. Donnelly has been selected se-lected by Governor Hunt to be chairman chair-man of the Democratic state central committee. Mr. Donnelly is one of the best known politcians of the state, having represented Kootenai county for two terms in the state senate, and is popular with all factions of the party. His selection, the Capital News says, was endorsed and recommended by practically all the candidates on the state ticket, as well as by leading politicians. poli-ticians. Arrangements will be made to open headquarters at once, but Mr. Donnelly will go to north Idaho and arrange his business affairs before taking persona charge of the campaign. cam-paign. Finnegan & McDonald, contractors on the First National bank, had a large force of men engaged in hoisting two mammoth eleven-ton stones to the second sec-ond story of the structure. Some 100 people gathered at Eighth and Main to watch operations. The mammoth rocks were put in place without an accident. ac-cident. Mn and Mrs. F. J. Conroy and children chil-dren of Nama are in the city. pOf! A TTT.T O TT A J. S. Hickey of Anaconda wa3 a recent re-cent visitor. He has been on a trip east, and ran out to Nampa before going go-ing home. He is on his way back naw. Mr. Hickey has large property interests inter-ests in both Pocatello and Nampa. Charles La Rose has been sent to Glenn's Ferry, and will take a run on the road. He has been in the yards here for years. James Murray, a car department employe, em-ploye, is taking a lay-off on account of a crushed thumb. Policeman Barney McGarvey is home from a day's chicken hunting at Granger. It was hunting, and nothing more. Barney says that he walked forty miles and never saw a chicken; never shot off his gun. His wife and children went with him. Miss Fanny Thorpe of Chicago is in the city, visiting a few days with her friend. Miss May T. Fisher, at the Fisher residence on South Cleveland avenue. W. A. McManamy and wife of Butte, who have been visiting with Mr. Mc-Manamy's Mc-Manamy's father in this city, left for their home this morning. CHEYENNE. WTO. Cheyenne, Wyo., Sept. 17. A telephone tele-phone message from Grand Encampment Encamp-ment says the forest fire situation is growing more alarming along the Wyoming-Colorado line. The residents of Pearl,, Colo., and Encampment fear that unless the fires are soon checked the , towns may be wiped out. The fires are creeping dangerously close to the mining min-ing camps and ranching settlements, and while no loss of life has been reported, re-ported, it is feared Isolated miners, prospectors and sheepherders may get caught in the sea of flame sweeping over the district and perish before aid can reach them. Edward Potts Rockshill of Presidio, San Francisco, and Miss McFarland of Fort D. A. Russell were married at the post on Saturday evening. A number of people from the city attended. Mr. James Wynne Taylor has announced an-nounced the marriage of his daughter Nellie Davis to Mr. William Bradford Ross in Omaha on Thursday, Sept. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Ross will be at home at 713 East Nineteenth street after Oct. 1. Attorneys Lacey, Burke and Kennedy visited Iron mountain looking up evidence evi-dence in the Tom Horn case. Miss Dwyer will leave this week to accept a position in the land office at Great Falls. Mont. LARAMIE. WYO. Stephen Downey reached his home In this city from the fossil fields at Medicine Medi-cine Bow, where he has been working since the close of the university, with a bad wound in his left leg, the resu of the accidental discharge of a gun he was holding. ' Joe Cahill will purchase the 3tock of the new store which will be opened in Keefe hall by Cahill Bros. C. T. Blackburn of Evanston and Robert Murphy of Rock Springs, Sen- J ator Clark's appointees to cadetships at the Annapolis naval academy, have both failed to pass the required exam- j ination. Miss Daisy Fitzgerald of Cheyenne is in the city visiting Miss Lizzie McKay. Miss Fitzgerald is one of Cheyenne's popular telephone operators, while Miss McKay is most popular in Laramie. Lara-mie. Mr. McLaughlin, proprietor of the Normandie barber shop, has returned from a pleasant visit to Glendo and several other points in that part of the state.. H. W. Forman will retire as chief train dispatcher at this place in a day or two to go Into business at Denver, and will be succeeded by A. N. McPhee of Green River. Mr. McPhee is now in this city. RAWLINS. WYO. Michael O'Mella died Thursday night in the Club saloon. The immediate imme-diate cause of death w-as heart failure, superinduced by alsoholic appoplexy. While his death was due to the weakened weak-ened state of his body because of the excessive use of liquor, he was not drinking on the 'night on which he died. Mr. O'Melia had lived in the city for a number of years, and formerly worked in the Union Pacific shops. Wiliam Hall, clerk in the roadmas-ter's roadmas-ter's office, will be married on the 21st to a charming young lady of Evanston. The wedding, will take place in that city. -ir- . William McKeon, formerly head blacksmith at Green River shops, has accepted a position in the shops here. Engineer O. McEntee and wife will go to Portland in a few days to reside. Dame Rumor says that a good looking look-ing bookkeeper and a charming young society lady of the city are soon to be married. From the same source we learn that a certain young business man and the daughter of a prominent sheepman are also seriously thinking of taking a similar step. EUREKA, NEV. Sentinel: Rev. Father Manion received re-ceived a telegram from Thomas R. Whelan at Elko Wednesday requesting request-ing him to come here at once as Matt Murphy, a former section foreman fore-man on the E. & P., was seriously ill at that place. Father Manion left for Elko on Wednesday's train and., re- quested the Sentinel to state that he would probably be unable to return to Eureka in time to hold the usual services ser-vices in the Catholic church on Sunday Sun-day next. The management of the Daly-West mine at Park City. Utah, in which a large number of miners were killed by a recent explosion, has volunt'arily agreed to settle with heirs of victims j on the following liberal terms: For each single man. $1,000; widows, $2,00, and $500 for each child in their families. fam-ilies. W. H. (Hank) Smith, the old-time superintendent su-perintendent of the Belcher mine, on the Ccmstock, and in recent years quite prominent in mining affairs in Utah and Alaska, has lately been visiting vis-iting Tonopah district. EUREKA, UTAH. Reporter: Mrs. Jerry Hannifin and children left yesterday for their former for-mer home at Boise City, Ida. Mr. Hannifin Han-nifin wil lremain in Eureka for a few weeks and will then join his wife at Boise. S Mr. and Mrs. F. H. McGuire of Los Angeles, Cal., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bimrose the first of the present week. Mrs. McGuire is a sister of Mrs. Bimrose. Jackson McChrystal went to Salt Lake Wednesday afternoon to make preparations for the funeral services of the late Charles A. Coyle. John T. Sullivan and Samuel Mclntyre, Mcln-tyre, jr., went to Ogden as delegates from Mammoth to the Republican state convention. "Mickey" McFate returned from an extended visit to Los Angeles. J. C. Sullivan and J. B. Whitehead left Wednesday afternoon for Ogden. The gentlemen went to that city as delegates to the Republican convention. conven-tion. John Fitzgerald, the deputy sheriff at Silver City, handed in his resignation to the county commissioners at their last regular meeting, and the same was accepted. Mr. Cronln stated to the Reporter that he did not know who would be selected to succeed Mr. Fitzgerald.