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* ergonai ffientton Srnnal Interest •at I trine tt • lECtl tittQcr Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Keyes who have been on a tour of the Yellowstone Park returned home the first of week. V Mrs. C. L. K«ehn is enjoying an ex tensive visit as the house guest of Mrs. Ralph Wiggenhorn at Billings. Little Marion Marsh, journeyed to Joliet Saturday where she expects to visit an older sister of the valley city. _ GIRLSf Yon can now buy electric curling irons for the reduced price of 85c at the Red Lodge Electric Com It. pany. A. C. Anderson, assistant to the General Manager of the N. W. I. is here on a business mission, and in specting mine itnerests. Miss Elvira Skinner, who at present is residing in Roberts, was a guest of Miss Eda Cunningham, while in Red Lodge between trains Monday Mrs. Antone Castagen, and daughter Miss Alex, left for their ranch Satur day, where they will devote the sum mer months to tilling the fertile soil. At their regular business meeting at the library Monday evening the Re loca Camp Fire Girls were pelased to learn that Mrs. Hunter had consented to act as their guardian. Miss Mabel Torreyson, who has been teaching school in Spokane for the * past winter, returned to her former home here, to spend the vacation The Methodist Ladies Aid were en tertained at the church aid parlors Wednesday afternoon, the hostesses being Mesdames L. H. Tooley, F . A. Hartmen and C. N. Hunter. months with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wettingel of Livinston were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Snyder at their home 620 So. Broadway. The Wet tingels made the trip here by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Sagills were God-mother and God-father of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sisto Sera pino of which they celebrated the oc casion with a dinner and dance which their were a hundred guests invited. TAKEN-UP—-One bay gelding, com ing four, branded WHS shoulder, weight about 900 lbs. Own er may have same by paying costs. Andrew Hyvonen. right on 4 13-3tpd Mrs. Charles Conway is taking a few days of leave of absence from her home here to visit, with relatives and friends in Billings at which place she left for Monday. 4 According to a statement made by Ben Gillen, it is announced that blanks for applying for soldier bonus have arrived, and are being obtained by inquiring at the Pollard Hotel. ■ Mr. and Mrs. James Quilico baptized three children, Charlie, Katherine, and Frank last Sunday morning at the Catholic church. After the religious rites had been properly observed, about fifty invited guests were wel corned at the Quillico home, where a popular four piece orchestra furnished music for the day, and where a ban quet table laden with the choicest food j was spread for the benefit of a hungry crowd. One of the true pioneers of the early i days here arrived Wednesday in the person of F. C. Burns, who tho now is making his home in Cooke city, was . once a prosperous merchant in the days when Red Lodge was young, and a villiage. His reminscent tales bring back fragrant memories to many old timers, who can still recall scertain happenings. FIREWORKS Firecrackers Sparklers Red and Green Torches Flash Crackers etc. FLAGS IN ALL SIZES MODEL DRUG CO > The Rexall Store »» » Sylvester Braida, accompanied by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Braida, motored to Billings Saturday to attend to some business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Castagne and daughter Miss Alex Castagne were dinner guests at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. John Castagne. The Dinner was in honor of their daughter, Catherine, - After attending the Eagles Conven lion at Helena, Fred Williams, who is a delegate will leave from there with his wife and daughter, for various cities in Washington, and Oregon, ex pecting to be absent about a month. Miss Marie Warilla, who has been visiting her folks of this city, for the past week, left Sunday for Billings where during her several years abode there she has made a wide circle of friends, and where her twinkling feet have made her famous as a dancer. Wayne WaVkuri, who for the past year has been engaged in carpenter work on ports on the Golden Gate harbor of California returned Monday to his former home here, and will spend the present season with his par ents. Miss Mary Wiekierek, who has been isiting for a few days in Boyd, re turned to Red Lodge Monday, expect ing to seek employment here until later on, when if her plans materialize, she will attend summer school in Bil li.-.gs. - George Sanolinen, motored to Bil lings Saturday, accompanied by Misses Julia, and Anna Kiski, and Walpus Orava and Charles Niska, who re turned the following day after having spent a pleasant eening at the theatre, and attended a dance in that city. - Judge Newman performed the mar riage ceremony which united Frank Mouvich, and Lola Knutila, as hus band and wife on Monday last. The couple left on a short honeymoon tour, by motor immediately after nuptial knot had been tied. "Speedy's Ragadores", who depart ed Saturday for Helena where they will furnish the music for the Eagles Convention, before again coming home will play for dances at Butte, and Bozeman, finally winding up their tour, by leaving for Cody, Wyoming, where their services have been en gaged for the three day session dur ing the Cody Stampede. Locklan McLaughlin, and Harry Kearns, both native Livingston lads are here on matters of business which will Compel them to remain for an other week. Mr. McLaughlin is a member of the McLaughlin Road Works, whose company were issued the contract for the pavement which is now on broad way. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Coster, of Dillion arrived here Monday evening. Mr. Coster who is salesman for the Karo Corn Products, was recently married to Miss Julia Canavan, of this city, who accompanied her husband, and is at present visiting her sister Mrs. Walter Helm. __ According to word recently received from Morgan McAllister, one of the thirteen who left a week ago for the Citizens Military Camp, each one of the lads from Carbon County passed the physical examination, with the exception of Robert Brown, who was suddenly taken ill, and is now on his return home. Morgan states that Montana is nobly represented by four companies, with between 100 to 150 men to a company, and in fact heold the highest number of boys from one state, ti Friendship in many cases'ceases at the altar. Claude, Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murphy, who were formerly resi dents of our city, was a passenger on the train Monday, having journeyed from his new home in Rosyln, Wash ington. Claude declares he is still dil igently pursuing his reducing exer cises. Rev. Ten Brock was honored this week by receiving an invitation from Chatham, Ont., Canada, to deliver a sermon during a reunion to be held at that place soon, he will be unable to accept however owing to his press of duties here and the time it would take to make such a long'journey. Miss Lillian Lodge departed Monday for Billings to spend a few days with former school chums, the Rosenow girls', and as a guest of her sister Miss Lucille Lodge. Both Miss Lillian, and Lucille are graduates of Carbon High, and since finishing school have been presented with the highest refer ences from school authorities, for their thorough teaching ability. Mrs. Glotch is enjoying a two weeks visit from her sister Mrs. John Skuf sa and daughter Anna who arrived here last week from Ely, Minnesota. This is the first visit with and the first time the sisters have seen each other in over 32 years. Mrs. Skufsa will remain here until the latter part of next week and needless to say the sisters are most thoroughly enjoying their visit together. GREYBULL PHYSICIAN FOUND DEAD IN OFFICE (Continued from page 1) prominent physicians examined the dead man and say it would have been impossible for him to have committed the deed himself. Dr. A.G. Hamilton arrived and start ed an investigation, the jury reopened the case and returned a new verdict as follows: "We the duly empaneled jurors in vestigating the cause of the death of Dr. Thomas F. Hamilton, deceased, af ter listening to evidence in said cause, do find: That Thomas P. Hamilton came to his death June 6, 1924 at his residence it Greybull, Wyoming by gunshot wound inflicted by person or persons unknown. W. F. GRIFFEN, JOE COLE, W. W. Braden. The theory that it was a case of murder and not of suicide is supported by many circumstances. He had con sulted an attorney the evening before in regard to threatening letters he had received but those letters could not be found. He was a right handed man, whereas the position of the gun when the shot was fired was high up on the ***• TO TRADE New Buiek 6 Cylinder, 5 Passenger TOURING CAR t H *4 8 tt » Will Trade For Town Property, Or What Have You, Address Postoffice Box, 341 Red Lodge, Mont. 444444444444+ *• + 4 •4444' 1 "•44444444444+4444444444444+444444++4+44444444 444 + Î 4 Cool Foocts ♦ I ♦ : ♦ » 4 !// 4 5 * 4 I Î 4 4 c? 4 t I % ! i //> i + ^pJJ 4 Thoughtful housewives make selection« of well bal anced cool foods for warm day meals. Eat plenty of * egetables, fruits and berries. Our market is always stocked with fresh green stuff every day and reason ably priced. Fay Line of Fancy And Staple Groceries IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC ROSSETTO CASH GROCERY Phone 218-W Free Delivery ♦ 4 A There were left side of the head. powder bunts on the flesh. The front door being wide open would seem to indicate that some one else had been in the house during the night no other than the doctor. Mrs. Hamilton, and baby were visit ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gregory, of Red Lodge at the time the i horrible news was received, but de - 1 parted immediately for Greybull and attended the final sad rites. Thomas F. Hamilton was born in Illinois, March 12 , 1886 , and was just 38 years of age. He graduated from the Nebraska State University and from Creighton Medical college at Omaha. He was in the world war, holding the rank of lieutenant in the medical corps. He first practiced his profession in Nebraska, then with his father in Thermopolis locating in Greybull several years ago. He displayed marked ability both as a physician and surgeon and his pleas ing personality won for him a large circle of friends. Besides his wife, and baby, and and father, he is survived by a sister Mrs. L. K. Satterfield of Thermopolls. The funeral was held Monday irom the home of Dr. A. G. Hamilton of Thcr mopolis, under the auspices of Walter Hynes post of American Legion, and Thermopolis Lodge No. 26, I. 0. 0. F. The ritual of the Episcopal church being read by Rev. Dr. Wallace. It was under the directions of the Knight Mortune, and interment was made in Riverside Cemetary. 77 PER CENT . 77 per cent of the people have their cloths cleaned in a modern plant and cleaned on a HOFFMAN Steam Press That's US, Everything Guaranteed Mena and Womens 2 and 3 piece anit* French Dry Cleaned and Pressed $ 1.00 We Call For And Deliver DONARD'S Posterity must get awfully impa tient waiting for its parents to settle down. = GROCERIES COMPARE THESE EVERY DAY PRICES FOR. THE WEEK 5 lbs Graham Crackers, the box 6 lbs. Soda Crackers, the box Premium Haro, the lb Good Bacon, the lb.-. Star Shoulders, the lb Mild Cream Cheese, the lb...... Good apricots, No. 2Vj can Sliced Peaches, No. 2'/j can Bulk Cocoa, 2 lbs .. Bulk Green Tea, per lb Good Oranges, 3 dox Fresh Cherries, 18c 2 lbs Bananas, 2 lbs..... Lemons, per dos. Prince Albert Tobacco, Pocket she tins 2 for .75c 65c Macaroni, Spaghetti Shettel les Noodles 4 packages.30c 29c 25c 19c 33c 23c .33c .25c 10c $1.00 $ 35c P 25c 30c m ...25c Velvet Tobacco, Pocket size tins 2 for.25c Tuxedo Tobacco, Pocket aixe tins, each 10c Comet Tobacco, 1 lb tins to close out 2 Ihs Central Union Tobacco, 1 lb tins, to close out, 2 lbs $1.25 s $1.50 J.M. Sawyer Ow Phone 40 Why pay More » The Same Brands for Less it jURTI JU II H 2 * E8 t 7* > 'v\ 3 ... i ü* "'? COME TO RED LODGE HELP US CELEBRATE From sun-up to midnight a continuous program of entertain ment. Parades, Speaking, Rodeo, Races, Ball Game, Danc ing, Fireworks and other Special events. COME ON IN LETS MAKE IT A Glorious Fourth 444444444-:-4444444444-M 444+4444444+444444444+ Music by f Patriotic | Address t < • ♦ the ; 4 Famousl RED LODGE 5 BAND « ► by î ♦ ., > ♦ .. 4 ! î • Dr. J. C. SIEGFRIED? 4 • • ♦ - > ■! v < > « 4 ♦ I • • v * x Court House Lawn :: Pavement Dane- x ing at Night 11:00 a. m. 4 * 4 4 I t 4444444444444444444444 f BIT 'EM BEARTOOTH" a ALL ATTRACTIONS FREE It is easier to look wise than to talk | Some of us ought to do more j wise. looking and less talking. A college education may fit a young man for a job but it does not especial ly entitle him to one.