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» Vj - : IF YOU FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 30-31 THE EXTRA ORDINARY ATTRACTION You will laugh yourself to death Theatre TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JUNE 34 SEE— SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JUNE I AND 2 SCARAMOUCHE u ONE EXCITING NIGHT' u 9 REELS W. W. GRIFFITHS GREAT Mystery picture is warm with love—rollicking with laughter— tense with mystery—throbbing with thrills. WE FEEL, that you will ENJOY this PICTURE and get as many good laughs between times as ever you had in your life. 10 Reels Featuring THE FIGHTING COWARD Alke Terry, Lewis Stone and Ramon Novarro A great Comedy romance of the Old South, ac % tually filmed in Dixie. Well worth any one's time and money to see this spectacular film masterpiece. IT'S A "WONDER" PICTURE I C0MEDY-"0VER THE FENCE 99 A James Cruze Production with a great cast: I Friday, May 6th Ernest Torrance, Mary Astor, Cullen Landis, Phyllis Haver Noah Berry, POSITIVELY ONE DAY ONLY m ALSO "LEATHER PUSHERS" 2 REELS NAZIMOVA IN "SALOME 99 HISTORY'S GREATEST VAMPIRE Salome, child of a decadent age and race, with all her wiles to lure the prophet oJhn to hre side pictured in daring realism by the incomparable Nazimova. The famous darce of the Seven Veils agorgeous climax. Narimova has achieved this—She gives the beholder of "Salome" something else to think and talk about besides the Dance of the Seven Veils and the demand that the head of Jackanaan be brought to her on a silver charger. tfr'j i yy COMEDY: "DOGS OF WAR .*r ORGAN CONCERT SUNDAY JUNE 1ST r .* i'xw WILHELM COHN— Organist COMING: SATURDAY-JÜNE 7TH 1. "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice"—Saint Satns. 'Faust Valse" —Gounod. 'Aloha Oe"—Guenn Liliokalani. 'W c Comedy: 2 Reels THE "ANDY GUMPS" FAMILY 2. "ST. ELMO »» 3. CLUB Edited by Mrs. L. P. Chapman. Interesting Items of the Social and Club Life of Red Lodge and Vicinity § VISITS IN RED LODGE FROM JOLIET Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce of Joliet motored up from Joliet on Wednesday May 28th returning to Joliet the same evening. MRS. SLAV EN S HOSTESS TO M. E. LADIES - On Wednesday afternoon May th? 28th Mrs. L. M. Slavens entertained tile M. £. Ladies Aid in her home on South Grant Ave. at the close of the afternoon delicious refreshments were »med. V, . -£> 1 e I j J 11 Why Farmers are Turning to : * pr TSmiftfUtlM 1922 Chevrolet Jumped from seventh to second fine« In tales of ail cars, and to first place in sales of fully «quipped modem IHirrhaaas by farmers were the chief factor in this ■■markable development. Thnamn want automobiles not only of low first grice, btttalso of low later coat for operation and cars. Ttm want room, comfort, and the ability to stand Mptmdar hard conditions. Thasr find that Chevrolet, fully equipped as sold, ■» Past value per dollar In the low-priced field, and (Mlpoon tell them it costs less per mile to operate. PriSf. O. & Flint, Michigan u<n Touring HV3 MOTOR CO. ) « RETURNS FROM LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA F. Meyer returned to her Red Lodge home on Monday May the 26th to spend the summer months. She will be gladly welcomed by her numerous friends. After a two years absence Mrs. W. MR. AND MRS. FREEMAN VISITORS HERE Mr. and Mrs. James Freeman mo- tored up from Billings Saturday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Simmons, returning to Billings Mr. Freeman is Sunday evening. manager of the Montana Coal and Iron Company and is a brother of - MR. AND MRS CHAPMAN ENTERTAIN GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Chapman were | Mrs. H. A. Simmoss. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. j Chapman on Sunday evening May 25. On Sunday afternoon they all motored out to the Tom Hogan ranch owned by J. W. Chapman, returning in time for one of the substantial dinners that Mrs. Chapman is noted for serving. - MR. AND MRS. OGDEN VISIT MR. AND MRS. SCHRADER Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ogden of Bel- fry motored through Red Lodge on Sunday, May 25th on their way out to the Schrader ranch home near Luther pnd spent the day as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schrader. Mrs. Schrader is a sister of Mrs. Ogden. I 'MRS. FRANK MCCLEARY HOME AGAIN Mrs. Frank McCleary who has been spending the school year in Missoula with their two children Eloise and Howard who are students at the State University returned home on Friday May the 23rd. On her return trip Mrs. McCleary stopped off in Butte for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Rae. O. E. S. GIVE DANCING PARTY Venus Chapter is giving a dancing party on Thursday evening May the 29th. The hostesses are Mesdames Joe Hasterlick, J. R. McFate, H. T. Bowan, John Albert, and J. Hammon. Refreshments will be served at mid night, and a local five piece orches tra will furnish the music for the even ing. j Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hussong who principal and instructor of Car MR. AND MRS. HUSSONG BILLINGS VISITORS I are bon High went to Billings on Saturday i May the 17 to attend the Shriners 1 convention and remained as guests at the Grand hotel until the following Saturday when they return to Red Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Hussong con template making this place their fu ture home and will visit the various lodge resorts in this vicinity during • the summer vacation. MRS CHRIS BECKLEN HOSTESS TO GUILD LADIES The Ladles of Episcopal Church met Wednesday at Guild Hall with Mrs. Chris Becklen as hostess who served dainty refreshments at the close of, the afternoon session. The Guild L« dies will meet every two weeks during the summer months. HONORING MRS. P. J. BARRY OF LIVINGSTON Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey enter tained at six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. P. J. Barry and small son Tommy of Livingston. Seated with the host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Fleming and Mrs. R. J. Barry. MR. HIBBARD HAPPY OVER GRAND DAUGHTER Mr. W. W. Hibbard received a tele gram from Glendale Arizona, his daughter Mrs. John D. Wilie and hus- band wefé rejoicing over the arrival 0 f little Je» a, born on Thursday May the 22nd. The little lady 1« the young- es t of 6 generations and has 9 grand- parents. Mrs. Hibbard will remain with her daughter until the latter part of June. MISS L. D. COSBY 1 r. OFF FOB VIRGINIA Miss L. D. Cosby who is a teacher in the city schools and a resident of Red Lodge left her old home at Rich- mond, Virginia last Wednesday. She will viait various points along the New England coast before sailing across the waters where she expects to spend the summer in European cit>- ies. * î 25 YEARS Af.O This column will be a régula fea- 4 lure each week containing news + ii J articles from .a score and five + + years ago. Read them and re- + + fresh your memory, laugh, weep + * and ponder. + . Taken from the files of the Î + Red Lodge Picket, May 28, 1899_ ♦ + from the gifted pen of Walter + X Alderson, Editor. + ♦ *+***+♦♦♦♦++++++*++++++++♦ Charles Wilson, who has taken the At the club dance in the opera house last Friday night the prises for the most graceful gentleman and lady waltzers were awarded to Dr. A. C. McClanahan and Mrs. Wm. McIntyre, ♦ + Mayor and Mrs. William Larkin and child accompanied by his mother, who had been on a visit with her big boy, this afternoon departed for their old home in Ottumwa, Idaho, to spend two weeks in visiting relatives and renewing acquaintances. During the absence of Mayor Larkin, Roger Flem ! ing, and J. 8. Robinson will take turns I about in playing ball and looking after I the affairs of the municipality. - agency for the Buffington Acteylane Gas Company, yesterday installed the j first plant in the city in his place of business. The new illuminant makes a steady, white light, and gives en tire satisfaction. Bernard Rydberg, formerly engaged' in the jewelry buginegg fa thig d |returned to Red Lodge> the flr8t of the week direct from Sweden, where he had been on an extended visit. Mr. Rydberg says the capital of Carbon County has grown and improved wonderfully since he left here two years ago and he thinks of locating in the city again. A sidewalk has been constructed this week along Villard avenue from the depot up to O. E. Mills' store. Another walk has been built along Thirteenth street via the Methodist Church and Hauser avenue or two blocks. These walks cover a good deal of the residence portion of the city and are a great improvement to the place. William Knatz has remodeled the buildings formerly occupied as a cigar factory by Henke and Lyon and fitted I it up in fine styleas a first class bar- room. The place was opened to the public on Monday night. Wonders mutliply. Yesterday the; people of Red Lodge had the unusual ■ pleasure of gazing upon a passenger train. It was a Northern Pacific, con- sisting of the "1" and "2" spots, pulled by Engineer Elliot, with Conductor Wesley Kidd in charge. The special was on its return from the coast with General Manager J. W. Kendrick and assistant General superintendent H, J. Horn and yesterday proceeded to Bridger, from which place they came overland to Red Lodge, being met here last evening by the special. P SILESIA NEWS ( Special to The Chronicle) Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Webber, and Miss Elvah, were Billings visitors Tuesday. Miss Alice McClintock departed Tuesday for Bozeman to resume her school work after a short visit here Miss McClintock will graduate from the State College June 7th. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bromfield came over from Pryo* ana are occupying the J. L. James residence while Mr. Bromfield is working on the section. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Blackorby and family drove down from Bridger, Sun day afternoon and were calling at the Danford home. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Convery went to Billings Friday evening and attended the Shrine dance. Alfred Spaeth and William Barnum went to Joliet Friday to write on the examinations. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Webber and Mrs. J. L. James and daughters were Fromberg callers Monday morning. Mike Steffan of Edgar was a visitor Friday evening at the Sam Steffan home, from Laurel Friday evening visiting the formers sister, Miss Susan Dix. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dix were here Mrs. Earl Claueson and Helen came down from Red Lodge Creek Sunday and spent the day with Mr. Clauson. R. H. Chilcott was transacting bus iness in Billings Friday. Miss Elvah Webber was a Billings Friday and attended the I ! visitor Shrine dance that evening. Farmers in this vicinity are rejoic ing over the excellent rain which fell Thursday night. The crops are In good condition and the rain makes them look fine. Mrs. M. W. Smith was here from Laurel trains Wednesday. visiting relatives between Clintock and Frank McClintock were Fromberg visitors Monday. Mrs. F. A. McClintock, Mary Mc Men. Day! Specials! 4 A special dinner for company—a luncheon to take out—or just a big old-fashioned family dinner—you will want fresh and seasonable groceries. Get your supplies this week at these special prices. Fresh Cherries Jhe lb..„-.„_ Fresh Strawberries full qts ... Fresh Asparagus the-lb. ..20c Head Lettuce the head .... Celery; large crisp bunches .. Fresh Bubarb libs for .. Bananas 2 lbs. for £j. . Sweet Oranges 3 dozen for., .... Sweet Heart Cake, asst, flavors ....^ pound pkga. ........ Sawyer Bread 1 Vj lb. loaves.10c Premium Hams the lb.. Morrill* Pride Baeon the lb. ' 29c 33c 15c SI 28c 25c > I 25c S1.00 .20c 29c 29c -pr -r»c lb* Be*t For Lew, Why Pay More, Van Blackardy i-etumed to his home at Bridger Friday after having Chlkott, visited for several days with Charles Mrs. H. M. Danford and mother, Mrs. Mary Craig enjoyed a motor trip to Laurel Thursday afternoon on a shopping trip. Roy Reams was a business caller at Laurel Wednesday evening. Ted Murray who is employed with the bridge crew on Rock Creek above Red Lodge spent Sunday visiting in Silesia. Orlfllr of "Partor Car." It Is said that Jenny Lind applied :he term "Parlor Cor" in a joking way to a ear that was specially pre Dared for her comfort when »he mads jer tour of the United States from 1850 to 18*12.