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The local basket ball girls team
defeated the Fromberg team on the
home floor Friday evening, the score
feeing 16 to 18, while the boys were
defeated by the Fromberg boys team.
tiieir score being 10 to 17. A delight
fal lunch was served to the visiting
teams by the basket ball girls follow
ing the games. Next Friday evening
the local teams will go to Roberts
where they will play a double header
at that place. The girls lineup was:
Katie Laukitis, Annie Kukura and
Joaephine Bastin, Forwards;
Bruno, Agnes McNeal and Marry Lau
kitis, Guards; Janette Murray, Sub
Minnie
statute.
The boys line up was Howard Free
man, Center; Joe Kukura and Dave
Murray, Forwards; Phil Noble and
Harvey Graham, Guards;
Reid, Substitute.
The lineup of the Fromberg girls
; Brown, Wagner and Beringten,
Forwards; Simons, Kranick and Sud
dith, Guards.
The Fromberg boys' team was com
posed of: Latham, Center; Hawarth
sod Hawarth, Forwards, Miller and
Vagner, Guards.
Williard
Mrs. C. A. Causey proved herself a
delightful hostess Monday evening
wfcen she entertained the basket ball
girts at a Cabaret praty at the Gard
_Drug. The evening was spent in
rtiBcing and lunch afterwards. The
the Misses Catherine
guests were
Doughty, Msbel Henry, Mary Lau
fctba, Katie LankiUs, Annie Kukura,
JCanie Bruno, Josephine Bastin, Jan
etta Murray, Agnes McNeal, Nell
Kane, Mayme Irvine, and Elizabeth
McNeal.
Mesdames William Noble, Howell
McKinnon and Eld Cenis were hostes
aes at a "500" party at the Noble
heme Wednesday evening. At a late
hour delicious refreshments were
aerved. The guests were Mesdames
Arvin, Camp, Reed, Blower, Christian!,
Causey, Martin, McDonlad, Rosander,
Forney, Nozady and the Misses
Doughty, Henry and Lundberg.
Mrs. William McDonald entertained
a number of little folks Friday after
noon complimentary to her daughter,
Lela. The afternoon was spent in
playing games followed by a delicious
lunch served by the hostess. The in
vited guests were Helen McKee, Helen
Noble, Pauline Camp, Margie Chris
tian», Dorothy Berger, Vera Marns
chek, Miss Gosnell and Mrs. Howell
McKinnon.
The Misses Jessie Dell and Anne
Lwmdberg entertained Thursday even
ing at a very delightful bridge party
at the Demore apartments. Following
cards a dainty lunch was served to the
Misses Clara Zosel, Mabel Henry,
Catherine Doughty, Genevieve Far
rington, Mayme Wright, Alta Gosnell,
and Mrs. Jay Babcock and Mrs. C.
A. Causey.
Varn Johnson, of Clark had a very
smferutnate accident Wednesday af
ternoon when he was riding in a
baggy with • loaded shot gen in the
bettom. The jar of the buggy caused
gun to discharge and shot the
mao in the left foot. The
«mod was so serious that it was
iry to amputate his littk toe
and it may be necessary to remove
more. He is in a local hospital re
ceiving treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Camille Barone enter
tained a number of their Billings
friends over Sunday. The day was
a g en t in music and dancing. The
guests were Joe Cutelli, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Leone, Joe Leone, Messrs, and
Mesdames S. D. DiPasquale, N. Di
Pasquale, Ors Leone, and M. Stana
wieca.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and
»on, Francis, Elizabeth McNeal, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Souisby, Mr. and Mr»
Les Souisby, Miss Jean McNeal, Jot
and Artie Souisby and Eugene Laders
att ,nded the skating carnival in Red
Lodge Sunday.
Mrs. William Fleming left Tuesday
for Shelby, where she expects to vis
it for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Wakenshaw will occupy their house
during her absence.
Mrs. Mary Strakken Went to Bil
lings Sunday to spend a few days.
Margaret Nish, the small daughter
-mf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nish is ser
iwsaiy in.
Steve Sproach spent several days in
Billings last week attending to busi
ness.
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Dr. J. W. Reed was called to Belfry
Sunday on business,
Mrs. Leo Normile spent the week
end with relatives in Boyd.
George Massick and Miss Jessie
Dell were in Red Lodge Saturday.
Mrs. William Lochrie left for Butte
Monday where she expects to make
her future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Fages have
moved to the Chas. Bearsan house on
first street.
Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen, of Red
Lodge spent Sunday here with friends.
A. B. Cooley, formerly of Red Lodge
but whose headquarters are now in
Denver, was in town a short while
Monday evening.
Tom Brown, of Billings, was at
tending to business here Monday.
H. P. Sandels, of Bed Lodge was in
town Sunday on businsea.
Misses Edith Graham and Winni
fred Tillman spent Monday at the
Turnbull homo.
Mr. snd Mrs. Frank Robel were din
ner guests at the John Kane home on
Sunday.
Misses Edith Graham and Winnifred
Tillman were guests at the Hatherell
home in Washoe Sunday.
Janette Dell was a house guest of
Mayme Irvine over the week end.
Miss Edythe Kane spent the week
end at the Joyce home in Washoe.
of the young folks at her home Sun-1
day afternoon at a fudge party. Those
present were: the Misses Sarah Mc
Neal, Mayme Irvine, Janette Dell and
Nell Kane and Harold Bolton.
Mrs. R. Lord entertained a number
M alter Lamport suffered quite a
loss Wednesday when his sheep wagon
and entire equipment burned on his
ranch on the Clarks, Fork. The cause
of the fire is not known.
Mrs. Martin Newman and children,
Walter and Helen, of Billings spent
several days last week at the Lamport
ranch.
The Misses Catherine Doughty and
Mabel Henery were dinner guests at
the Harry Wright home Sunday.
Mrs. L. Lamport and Mrs. George
Dill worth, of Billings, and James
Lamport, of Flagstaff, Arizona, spent
the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Waiter Lamport.
Mrs. Juke Becinque and Mrs. Mery
Thomas are assisting at the Richard
son Mercantile during the sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Murry spent
Snnday at the B. H. Tuttle ranch
the East Rosebud.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Murray attended
the show at Red Lodge Monday even
ing.
Pete Vedel entertained a number
iis boy friends at a cribbage party
Sunday evening at his apratments
he Lamport hotel. John Mikesell
August Vedel won the high honors.
The guests were Eino Bakkala, Ray
mond Mikesell, August Vedel
John Mikesell.
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H. S. Hoskinson spent several days
in Billings last week.
George F. Gardner, who has spent
ths past two nunths at the home of
his son, P. H. Gardner, left Wednes
day for his home in Charlotte, Mich
igan.
Ned Townsend spent Sunday at
Luther on business.
John Gillen, of Red Lodge, was in
town on business Thursday.
Mrs. A. Wakenshaw spent Saturday
in Red Lodge shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gardner, who
spent the flrst of the week at the
Gardner home returned to their home
jn Billinas Wednesday,
Mrs. J. W. Reed proved herself a
delightful hostess Monday evening,
when she entertained a number of
f r i en da at dinner, the occasion being in
bonor 0 f Dr. Reed's birthday. Follow
j j ng [ be direner the evening was spent
' at
600'L Covers were laid for Mr.
(and Mrs. H. B. Camp, Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Arvin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chris
' tianii Mi ss Alta Gosnell and Howard
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Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pekovich are the
The Womans Club met Tuesday
evening at the horns of Mrs. William
Nobk. The topk of the evening was
"Applied Education" under the di
recti on of Miss Jessie Dell. Folkwing
the business meeting, rehearsal was
held for the coming Minstrel, which
will be staged the first of February.
proud parents of a baby girl, born
morning.
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Mesdames S. M. Arvin, George
Youst and Ada Moore were shoppers
In Red Lodge Monday.
Mrs. Ada Moore, of Belfry, was
week end guest of Mrs. George Youst.
W. F. Proudlock, of St. Paul, was
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Gardner Tuesday and Wednesday.
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P. H. Gardner and son, Horton, and
Mrs. F. G. Morgan were attending
business in Red Lodge Tuesday.
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way or pending, including railroads,
Helena—State labor bureau reports
$29,483,198 construction work under
highways, buildings, and irrigation.
APODLTRYMAN
TELLS HOW TO DLL
LICE AND MiïES
Infestation of a poultry house with
mites brings the poultrymen one of
his most difficult problems, according
to J. S. Carver, head of the depart
ment of poultry husbandry at the
State College of Washington, who
talked over radio K. F. A. E. the
other night on eradication of lice and
mites. He said in part:—
Mites Prowl in Dark
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Many poultrymen do not under
stand the difference between poultry
Mites do not
mites and body lice,
stay on the bird, but during the day
are found hiding in cracks and dark
places about the roosts, dropping
boards, nests and walls of the poultry
house. As soon as it is dark and
the birds have gone to roost, the mites
crawl up onto the bodies of the birds
and suck their blood.
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Body lice, however stay on the birds,
living at the base of the hen's feath
They bite Instead of suck, and
ers.
live on the waste matter at the base
of the feathers. Because of the en
tirely different location of mites and
lice, and the difference of their mouth
parts, radically different methods
must be used to get rid of them.
Mites are the more serious of the
two, as they multiply »ore rapidly and
feed heavily on lha bird's blood, soon
weakening their Vitality
Careless Sprayers
On many poultry farms where the
farmer is carelusa in regard to spray
ing for mites. Infestation is hsavy
because of the rapidity with which
they multiply. Not much difficulty
( encountered daring the winter months
di- in the northwest, as the mites art
rather dormant anti) the days begin
was to grow warm in spring and summer,
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Preventive measures should
taken before infestation. The houses
should be sprayed early in spring be
fore the presence of mites is noticed.
In Washington the following treat
ment has been found most succees
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Spray or paint roosts, nests, drop
ping boards, broody coops and adjac
ent wails with an inexpensive grade
of shingk oil, crank case drainings
from an automobik, a mixture of
parts kerosene and 1 part Zenokum,
or crude petroleum mixed with 3 parts
kerosene. AH these materials are
sorbed by the wood and hold their
repellent properties for several weeks.
A month after the flrst application a
second should bo modo to insure a
thorough killing of all the mites in
the poultryhouse. Cracks must be
thoroughly penetrated with the spray,
I and the birds removed from the house
till it is dried into the wood, as the
spray would stain plumage perman
ently.
j Body Lice
I Infestation with body lice is es
pecially heavy blow to the vent, un
der the wings, and on the back, though
it is found on most parts of the body,
when the feathers are parted the louse
can be seen running rapidly over the
akin. It is straw-yellow color with a
few dark spots. The Irritation the
; ^ the bird by mnnl ng over
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the skin is the chief difficulty. The
eggs are deposited in clusters on the
small feathers below the vent. Lice
do not live long when removed from
the bird, but is transmitted by the
contact of birds-on roosts, nests and
elsewhere.
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Treatments for Lice
Two common treatments for lice are
flouride - antJ blne ointment -
Sodium fiounde is undoubtedly more
1 effective, but is disagreeable for the
person dusting the birds, when used 1
in the dry form. The blue ointment is
cheapest and much less disagreeable
apply
It is best to buy the tglcumized sod
ium floride in perforated cans. Hold
the bird by the kgs over a box and
dust the sodium fluoride into its
feather*. If infestation is heavy, all
parts of the bird shold be thoroughly
dusted. At the end of 10 days it is
necessary to dust again to catch the
young Hee hatched out from eggs
since the first dusting. Unless great
eare is usad, the sodium fluoride
should not be used as a dip becuaae
the birds era apt to taka cold.
Blue ointment treatment Is very
effective for body lice, but has little
effect on head and wit« lies, which
are not as destructive or irritating to
the hen. It can be obtained from any
druggist and is very easy to apply. A
piece the size of a green pea Is applied
beneath the vent with the end of the
forefinger, and rubbed well into the
skin. It is deadly poison, and if left
the feathers will be picked up bV
other birds when the feathers drop.
Two treatments a year should keep
the chickens entirely free from Hee.
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POULTRY SHOW
(Continued from First page)
the largest and best display at the
show.
There were 319 enterics while in
last year's show there were about 280.
A complete list of the prizes
awarded is as follows:
Sweepstakes
Cock, White Plymouth Rock, exhib
ited by Mrs. J. E. Carroll, Roberts.
Hen, White Plymouth Rock, Mrs. J.
E. Carroll.
Cockrel, White Orpington, O. J. Sale,
Red Lodge.
PPullet, Silver Spangled Hamburg,
Matthew Woodrow, Red Lodge.
Old Pen, White Plymouth Rocks, Mrs.
J. E. Carroll.
Young pen, White Orpingtons, 0. J.
Salo
Best OH Turkey Tom, E. Mitchell,
Red Lodge.
Best Young Turkey Tom, Clifford Le
fevre, Red Lodge.
White Plymouth Bocks
First and second cock; first, second,
third and fourth hen; first and third
cockrel; second and third pullets,
first old pen and first young pen,
Mrs. J. E. Carroll, Roberts.
Third Cock, fourth cockrel, third
W. S. Blackorby,
young pen,
Bridger.
Second cockrel, flrst and fourth pul
let and second young pen, Robert
Burns, Red Lodge.
Barred Plymouth Rocks
First cock, first and second hen, first
old pen. A. G. Hoff, Huntley.
Second eockrell, C. V. Lucas, Red
Lodge.
Partridge Rocks
first cock, first hen, H. M. Ayer,
Bridger.
First and second pullet, J. T. Hays,
Red Lodge.
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Buff Rocks
First cock, flrst and second hens, first
cockrel, first second, third and
fourth pullets, test young pen,
Emos Anderson, Columbus.
White Lofhours
First adn second cocks, second hen,
first cockrels, flrst old pen, Clif
ford Lefevre, Red Lodge
First, ben, second cockrel, first pullets,
first young pen, J. M. Rook, Bed
Lodge.
Third cockrel, second pullet, second
young pen, Mrs. J. E. Carroll, Rob
erts.
Fourth cockrel, fourth pullet, third
young pen, P. E. Anderson, Columbus.
White Orpingtons
First cockrel, flrst, second and third
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Salo, Red Lodge.
Second and third cockrels, fourth pul
let, A. Blakeway, Billings.
Black Orpingtons
First and second hens, first cockrel,
first pullet, Mrs. Isaac Roberts,
Helena.
Buff Orpingtons
Pirgt cockrel, fi rgt and second pullets,
Rj c hard Mallin, Red Lodge,
Silver Laced Wyandottes
Firgt coc k r el, first, second, third, and
f our th pullets and first old pen, F.
A. Banderob, Huntley.
Black Rhinelanders
Pir8t coc k, firgt and second ben, F. A.
Banderob, Huntley,
Light Brahamss
Pirgt cock , third hen, first cockel, first,
^krel, first, third and fourth pul
let> Henry Alien, Roberts,
arM j second hen, second cockrel
and geeond pullet, J. M. Book, Red
Lodge.
g||»«r Spangled Hamburgs
Pirgtï third hen; first, second,
third, fourth puitete, Matthew
Woodrow, Sr., Red Ledge,
Gellen Scahrighd Seats
First pair, Mrs. Clara Green, Red
Lodge.
Second pair, C. E. Thompson, Rad
Lodge,
Buff Cochin Bantams
First and second pair, J. T. Hays,
Red Lodge.
Brown Leghorns
First snd second pullets, E. D. Blas
ingame, Red Lodge.
Rhode Island Whites
Second cock, flrst and second cock
rel, first and second pullet, H. M.
Ayer, Bridger.
White Wyandottes
First cock, first, second, third and
fourth hens,
pen, C. E. Ray, Ballantine.
Single Combed Rhode Island Reds
First, second and third pullets, Robert
Burns, Red Lodge.
Hose Comb Rhode Island Reds
First young pen, Esther Maryott,
Roberts.
Jersey Black Giants
First and second cockrels, flrst and
second pullets, H. M. Ayer. Bridger.
Single Combed Black Minorcas
Second and third hens, Mrs. T. Belo
braidich, Red Lodge.
Bronte Turkeys
First old tom, third young tom, first
third, and fourth old hena, second,
third and fourth young hens, Ellis
Mitchell, Red Lodge.
Second old tom, Henry Allen Roberta.
Third old tom, first young tom, Clif
ford Lefevre, Red Lodge.
Fourth old tom, second young tom,
second old hen, first young hen,
Mrs. J. E. Carroll, Roberts.
White Holland Turkeys
Second old tom, Mrs. T. Belobraidich,
Red Lodge.
First young tom, Cliflord Lefevre, Red
Lodge.
Toulouse Geese
First and second pair, Clifford Le
fevre, Red Lodge.
African Geese
First gander, first goose, J. C. Cox,
Red Lodge.
Rowen Ducks
First drake, flrst old duck, first young
duck, Arvilla Rook, Red Lodge.
Pekin Ducks
First and second drake, first duck,
Clifford Lefevre, Red Lodge.
African Guineas
First pair, C. E. Ray, Ballantine.
Mallard Darks
First drake, first and second duck, J.
J. Caswell, Deer Lodge.
Chinese Pheasants
First pair, J. T. Hays, Red Lodge.
Belgium Hares
first buck, flrst doe, O. J. Salo, Rod
Lodge.
CUneUBa Rabbits
First buck, first doe, Lyons and
Columbus, Red Lodge.
Spe cial Awards
Best pen white birds, $«.60 alarm
clock by Buartooth Jewelry; largest
and best display by one exhibitor,
electric iron, by Plunket's Winches
ter Store, Mrs. J. E. Carroll, Rob
berts.
Best pen buff birds, 26-pound sack of
sugar by Home Grocery, Amos An
derson, Columbus.
Best pen parti-colored birds, five-dol
lar pair dress shoes, by the United
Store, F. A. Banderob, Huntley.
Second beat pen of old birds in the
show, five pounds Seal Brand coffee,
by Wold-Solso Co., and heaviest
chicken in show, $2.50 shirt by
Fleming and Holt, C. E. Ray, Bal
lentine.
Second best pen of young birds, five
pounds Hill Brothers coffee, by
Coleman Cask Or'rTy.
Red Lodge.
Exhibit coming longest distanc, one
bottle Garden Court perfume by
Economy Drug Company, J. J. Cas
well, Deer Lodge.
Largest exhibit winning least number
of prizes, $4.75 Woolnap double
blanket by Croonquist Mercantile
Co., Clifford Lefevre, Red Lodge.
Best White Orpington bird in show,
one dozen hand made trout fly hooks
by 0. J. Salo, and best display of
White Orpingtons by boy or girl,
$6 setting of White Orpington eggs,
by John Sim, won by A. Blakeway,
Billings.
Best display of Bantams, one square
aluminum roaster by J. M. Sawyer
Co„ J. T. Hays, Red Lodge.
Best display of turkeys, year's sub
scription to The Picket-Journal, by
The Picket-Journal, biggeet and
Heaviest turkey tom, |S sat of caps
end saucers by Ball Fur n i tu re Co.;
beet turkey hen, Tycee Incubator
thermometer by Jeffery Hardware
Co, won by Ellis Mitchell, Red
Lodge.
Best pair of geese, 28 pounds Week
ford's egg mash, by Bloom and Co,
J. C. Cox. Red Lodge.
Best pair of ducks, one wash boiler,
by The Variety Store, Arvilie Rook,
Red Lodge.
Best pair rabbits, one dollar cash by
Harry Olcott, Lyons and Columbus.
Best display of White Rocks, $8 set
ting of White Rock eggs by Mrs. J.
E. Carroll; best display of Rhode Isl
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