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- ÆM.. \ 'local Happenings ! i ! 1925 I j j for «dr Roll toff Ph»ne 9. • Hon. Alex Fairgrieves was in the city from Washoe Thur|pUy For marcelling call Mrs. D. W. Columbus. 27-J. 51-tf. Leonard Duncan and Ed Thair of Roberts were in the city Friday. See O. H. P. Shelly for auto, fire and plate glass insurance. Phone 9. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gardner and son from Bearcreek were transacting busi ness in Red Lodge Saturday. For Sale: One good settee. Phone 62-tf. e. Henry Meinecke of Billings, was a business caller in the city the last of tjie week. For marcelling call Mrs. D. W. 61-tf. Columbus. 27-J. Hilma Rsikki, Roberts school teacher, was a busniess caller in the city Saturday. Mi Have you a house or apartments to rent ? Let us help you. Mrs. J. J. Pietih and small son of Roberts were shoppers in the city Sat urday. Computing Springless Scale for sale. Phone 9. 62-tf. Attorney C. C. Rowan left Tuesday for Helena to argue a case before the Supreme Court. Mr. Owen Doyle, prominent rancher from Roberts, was in the city Friday 18.104.22.168.4.4. 4.4.4>*4-+*4"Î"H , 4'4 ,, H'4 m M"M' I R OMAjVJ I theatre! 1 1 4* 4* zi ? EDA ROMAN AT THE * ORGAN « ■ V * V ► __ * rs======-* Fri. and Sat. 24,15 | THOMAS MEIGHAN —IN— ^ ♦ ♦ J The drama of an innocent man 4 . sent to jail and how he won back his good name and a girl. TONGUES OF FLAME M ♦ : ». Comedy: "Raging Money + X Sun. and Mon. 26, 27 J t ZANE GREY'S THE THUNDER- t ING HERD i. * ■; t with JACK HOLT, LOIS WIL + SON, NORAH BEERY and J ♦ RAYMOND HATTON T % A spectacular romance of the 4 J same tremendous proportions T as the "Covered Wagon" î •5* T ♦ To the students of history it will 4 X be an insipration: to the school Î T boy it will be an education and * ♦ to the average picture-goer it X will he a revelation. 4. Here is no ordinary western pic .% ture. This is a masterpiece! A . stampede of thrills. < so a LARRY SEMON 2-reel t Comedy: v Î ♦ . i "The Gown Shop * Tues. 28th. ONE DAY ONLY BUSTER KEATON in • u SHERLOCK JR. »» You'll be reeling after you see J Buster as a film projection booth • operator. ■ ! ] Wed. 29th * ''TOMORROW'S LOVE « played by AGNES AYERS and PAT O'MALLEY. I tf . 1 Good safe for sale. Phone 9. Miss Ella Brown and Miss Mildred; Richard of Roscoe were shopping and ■ visiting friend* here Thursday. I Insurance for everything insurable. Call at the New Office. Bl-tf. I County Commissioner John T. Kel ley of Castagne was in the city attend ing to official business Thursday af ternoon. Brick ice cream at the Liberty Con fectionery. "t-tf. Rev. Prank Durant went to Billings Tuesday to confer with Bishop Fox. From Billings he went to Glendive for a visit with the family. A shipmnt of new drapery ma terials just received at the Grove Store. 5-tf. W. D. Rankin, former attorney gen eral, arrived in the city Saturay from Helena in connection with legal mat ters. For Rent —6 room house, newly ren ovated. 216W. Eighth Street. Call at U. S. Bank for particulars. 51-tf« Showing new arrivals in women's novelty foot wear at popular prices Hoffman Department Store. 6 -lt. For marcelling call Mrs. D. W. Columbus. 51-tf. 27-J. Harold Hogan, prominent stock man from Clark, Wyoming, was in the city last Thursday. For Sale—National Cash Register. Phone 9. 62-tf. Amos Clark of Joliet was a caller in Red Lodge Saturday. Battery and ignition service. All work guaranteed. Treasure City Electric Service 8 tf. R. L. Redenbow from Volney Creek was a business visitor in the city Sat urday. Showing new arrivals in women's novelty foot wear at popular prices. Hoffman Department Store. 6 -lt. Thomas Northy of Fox was trans acting business in town Saturday. Hon. Alex Fairgrieves was in the city from Washoe Thursday. Just arrived—50 coats priced very special at Hoffman Department Store. Sheriff John Albert returned Satur day from a business trip to Joliet, Promberg and Edgar. _ Mrs. R. D. Wiggenhorn is in the city from Billings as guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L .Koehn. County Commissioner John T. Kel ley of Castagne was in the city attend ing to official business Thursday af ternoon. Miss Ella Brown and Miss Mildren Richard of Roscoe were shopping and visiting friends here Thursday. Spring Dresses, plain and figured fabrics, selling now at reduced prices at Hoffman Department Store. Orville Boyer and wife were Satur jday callers in town from Willow ; Creek. 6 -lt. Spring Drehes, plain and figured fabrics, selling now at reduced prices at Hoffman Department Store 6 -lt Mrs. Carl Lucas entertained the Ladies Aid last Wednesday at the Congregational parsonage. Quite a number turned out and a pleasant afternoon was spent. Bacclaureate services will be held at the Methodist church at eleven o'clock Sunday morning, May 10th. Rev F. C. Fulford will deliver the class ser This will be a union service at mon. which all the churches will unite. FOUND :Horse collar pad on road between Joliet and Silesia. Owner can have same by calling at the News office and describing property and paying for this ad. J • » Miss Dorothy Hickox and Miss Iris . Miles of Billings, who came to the city Wednesday to attend the musicale > entertainment held at the Methodist J church that evening, returned to their home Thursday afternoon after pleasant visit in the city. While here they were the guests of Miss Louise Atwell. ; Jack McCartney of Roberts was J transacting business here Saturday. Just arrived—50 coats priced vcy special at Hoffman Department Store. D. Erkeart of Billings, ino une tax collector, is in the city this week. W. C. Renwick, implement man of Billings, was in the city during the week. If it is first class cleaning and press ing you want call 49 or 63. 6 -tf. All our cleaning and pressing is done by experts. Only the best is offered. Phone 49 or 63. 6 -tf. Bert Wallace and N. D. Crane of Roscoe were transacting business Monday afternoon. ——. in connection with making final appli cation for citizenship. L. A. Cowger from Harney Creek was in town Saturday. Mr. Cowger is feeding a carload of hogs to ship to market. Owen Doyle, prominent ranch from Roberts, was in the city Fri day in connection with making final application for citizenship. er Leonard Duncan and Ed Thair of Roberts were transacting business in the city Friday. Bill Davis, prominent stock man and farmer from the Stillwater country, was in the city Tuesday in connection with business interests. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Colrr.hu < and BllVngs small son Jack, motored t Tuesday, returning the same cr rung. Dr. Holmgren is expected to return home Saturday from Chicago where he has been attending to business matters for a few weeks. Mrs. Pat Sweeney, Mildred Craw ford and Venita Lantz left for Cody yesterday morning by car. They will all be employed in the dining room of the Irma Hotel during the summer. E. E. Essetetyn of Butte, formerly clerk of the court of this city and late State Treasurer, was in the city for a few days during the week. Mr. Essel styn is connected with the land busi ness now. Not the cheapest but the very best of cleaning and pressing. Phone 49 or 63. 6 -tf. Morgan McAllister returned Friday from a weeks visit with his sister, Mrs. James McConville at Livingston. Mrs. Walter Helm returned the first r Î this week from several weeks visit with her mother and sister at Butte. Mrs. P. J. Sweeney returned from Butte this week where she has been spending a few weeks with her mother. Our clothes don't smell of gasoline when cleaned and pressed. Phone 49 6 -tf. or 63. Miss Luella Watson of Watson, Montana, was a caller at the News office on Saturday. Miss Watson is a representative of the Continental Life Insurance Company of St. Louis. O. J. Armstrong of Great Falls w r as transacting busniess and visiting with friends in the city Tuesday and Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lehrkind, and of Bozeman, formerly of this city, in the city this week attending to business matters and visiting with friends. son are County Attorney Emily E. Sloan received an invitation from Pearl Hart, president of the Illinois Women's Bar Association, to be a guest of the Association during the Women's World Fair to be held at Chicago from the 18th of May to the 25th. Mr. Frank D. Vedova and wife left yesterday for Seattle where they ex pect to make their future home. They recently sold all their property in this city. On the way they will stop at Roundup to visit with their son Dr. Earnest Vedova. Another son Pete, is practicing law in Seattle. Miss Katherine Pene is leaving to day for California to make her home with her sister. She will be accom panied by Mrs. Chas. Boggio, well known in this city. She will join her husband who is employed in Los An geles. a CARD OF THANKS We wish to sincerely thank our many friends for their kindness and expressions of sympathy and for beautiful floral offerings at the time our recent bereavement. Mrs. Maud Brimhall and family. SUNDAY AT THE RED LODGE CHURCHES Episcopal Church ; Classes for Sunday School at 10. sU. Service and Sermon at 11. Service at Joliet at 8 p. m. FRANK DURANT, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church 11 I i ' Rev. F. C. Pulford, pastor, Resi dence, 14th and Hauser Streets. Phone 138R. Church located on South Main Street. Services for Sunday, April 26th as follows : , Sunday School at 10 A. M. Dr, F. W. Schwin, superintendent. Morning worship at 11 A. M, Ser mon by the pastor. Subject: "Life's Greatest Asset." Special music by the adult choir. Junior church at 2:30 p. m. Epworth League at 7:00 p. m. I j Evening service at 8:00 p. m, Ser- ] mon by the pastor. Subject: "Beyond | Life's Sunset, What?". Large crowds greeted us last Sun day, and we welcome you back t i> en joy'these services with us. Word was recently received from Frank "Peewee' Alden that the "Mon tanans" hud landed in Scuttle on the ■inh of thi;. month. A n cal to;; cert was broadcasted fr . i Seattle the next evening. Peewee and the rest of the orchestra are now playing in Spokane. Mrs. Dorothy Hickox and Miss Miles of Billings, who came to the city on Wednesday to attend the musical en tertainment held at the Methodist church that evening, returned to their home Thursday afternoon after a 1 pleasant visit in the city. While here they were the guests of Miss Louise Atwell. WANTED:—Small furnished hotise or appartment in Red Lodge. Call 9 or address Box 1178. ! - * I Miss Theresa Pagliaaotti was opert- j ed upon for tonsilitis Wednesday at a local hospital. Board of Education Make Annual Visit To the Local Schools At a recent meeting of the school board, bids were received for the jan itor work for the Roosevelt and Jeffer son schools. The hid of P. C. Hicox was accepted at a salary of $136 per month, beginning next, school term. Four teachers were also hired for the local schools, who are Marjorie Preakes, a local girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Freakes; Honorin' Sti len who is now teaching at Roberts, Mrs. Mayme Anderson of Roundup and Genevieve MacNider of Wagner, South Dakota. The annual meeting of the school trustees was held last Saturday and H. S. Croonquist was elected chairman and William Larkin, Jr., was re-elect ed clerk. On Tuesday the Board of Education made their annual visit to the schools and not only observed the work that was being done in the schools, but saw to the condition of the school grounds, sidewalks and any ap paratus connected with them. It is understood that they were well pleased with conditions as they found them. The public school term is coming to close in a short time and the last week of the term will be devoted to term examinations and plans are un der way to have appropriate closing at the various school build a exercises ings. Poultry Association Prepare For Another Big Poultry Show Members of the Carbon County Poultry Association held a meeting Monday night at the home of John Simms. Besides the regular routine business, representatives were ap pointed for different parts of the coun ty to gather members for the asso ciation and attend to other duties. Plans were also started for the next poultry show which is to be held sometime in January. Mr. Simms is president of the Association and the following representatives were ap pointed;; H. M. Ayers of Bridger, Mrs. O. R. Burdett of Laurel and Mat thew Woodrow, Sr., of Luther. More representatives will be appointed later. of Congregational Church 9:45 A. M. The ; Church School: contest lasts on'y two more Sundays. Last Sunday the sides were s tie. Let's go Sunday. I Church worship U A. M. Children's Story: "The Man who Did a Great Work in a Short Time". Young People and Adult's Sermon: The World of the Real". Special music: Contralto solo— Mrs. G, B. FolU. As this Sunday is probably my last public appearance with this church, wish to express my appreciation for the many personal kindnesses.»«ndev ed to me by Red Lodge people. What ever has been accomplished during my two years here, has been made pos sible largely because of the co-opera tirfn and friendship of people working together for a common cause. I shall look forward to the day when Red Lodge wil become more prosperous and beautiful in all ways, hope to hear not only of a greater business prosperity but also if a far greater accomplishment, namely, community created, where God's chil- j dren might be surrounded with whole some recreation, given something in tensely .worth while to do, permitted to live within an environment of 1 shall beauty, intelligence, love and service. GUY WINSTON CHURCHILL. I Mini .11 Telephone 289—W. DEATH TAKES YOvJNSI CAW AÇ MDÇ DDIjll k. •/» llllVf. Sorrow came to the home of Mrs. Maud Brimhall of Washoe, when her son, Lloyd, seven years of age, suc cumbed on April 15th, after an illness of five months from Bright's disease and dropsy. Lloyd was horn in Wn shoe on October 22nd, 1917 and at tended school up until the time of his illness. Besides his mother, he is survived by three brothers, Gerald, Carlyle and William. The funeral services were in charge of Roscoe Martin, and were conducted from the family residence at Washoe Saturday afternoon and burial made in the Red Lodge cemetery. The pallbearers were four brothers of this mother and floral offerings from a host of friends Jl the family were many and beautiful Tom Meighan Star in Last Macfarlane Novel Thomas Meighan comes to the Ro man Theatre on Friuay and Saturday, April 24 and 26 in a Paramount screen version of "Tongues of Flame," the last novel by the late Peter Clark Macfarlane—a Joseph Henabery pro duction with Bessie Love, Eileen Percy and others playing in support of the star. The picture shows how Boland, an unscrupulous business man, and Scan Ion, his tricky lawyer, steal a large tract of land from the Indians. Thru Boland's efforts three towns spring up on the land and thirty years later Boland, rich and powerful rules the towns and every one in them. At the close of the Great War, Harrington, the role "'Hall Fire' played by Tom Meighan, opens a law office in one of the towns. He falls in love with Boland's daughter, Billie, and for some time works for Boland, wilfully blind to the latter's unethical transactions. Then a little half-breed school teacher who is in love with Harrington, opens his eyes to the fact that Boland is using him as a tool to swindle the Indians for the second time. In spite of the fact that Boland threatens to ruin and disgrace him Harrington takes up the Indians'fight. The squabble over property rights reaches the Supreme Court and is de cided in the Indians' favor. This turns the entire town against Boland—and what a scene there is! Crowds surge through the streets firing warehouses and shipping. It's a case of mob rule until Harrington arrives on the scene with a little band of loyal Indians who had served in his company In the World War and brings the towns people to their senses. There's action-plus in "Tongues of Flame," drama, heart-appeal and all the rest. anything quite like it before. If you're a Meighan fan, you'll see this one! Meighan has never done The Association is also planning to join the State Poultry Association at some future time. A boys and girls poultry association will be organized to give them chance to compete among themselves. tnT wiNCHtsn* ■!■■■ I Get Good Tools for Spring Overhauling 3Ù? A few new tools will be a Wg help when you overhaul the car this Spring. Good tools and the right tools are needed for thta kind of work and, it is better to get them before you start. : « \K\ V-, H \MV\\ V ,/A Hi See our display of Winchester Mechanics Tools this week. V WINCHESTER TOOLS IBä-ä » MONKEY WRENCHES COTTER PIN PULLERS BREAST DRILLES BALL PEIN HAMMERS COLD CHISELS PUNCHES—HACK SAWS FILES—SCREW DRIVERS PLIERS—COMPLETE TOOL OUTFITS Winchester Open End Wrench —the accurately milled, case hardened heads hold the moat obstinate nuts. All standard flizes. 20 rents—$1.50 Qujnrétt wmcmsm STORE THE / Red Lodge MONTANA Bearcreek ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS Are a Mark of PERSONALITY AND REFINEMENT Wo suggest some engraved visiting cards as a nice gift for the graduate or an acceptable gift at any time for a friend. Come in and select the particular style you desire. We shall be pleased to fill any order for printing or engraving— wedding announcements, invitations and the like. Also have newest samples of fancy stationery. CARBON COUNTY NEWS Red Lodge, Montana. * JAMES PRESBITERO TAKES HIS OWN LIFE! TUESDAY AFTERNOON James Presbitero, a resident of this city for the past ton years, shot him self under the chin with a shot gun at his home on South Adams Avenue Tuesday afternoon about two-thirty, Death was instantaneous and it is thought that the deed was performed due to despondency_ over ill health He was employed in the local coal n-mien. „ „ ,., . . Tf . , Mr. Presbitero was born in Italy, April, 1878 and came to the United States in 1907 and has lived in Red Lodge for ten years, The deceased is survived by his wife, Margaret; an eighteen year old SO n, Mike and a four year old daugh ^ eFi Lily; a brother, Mike, in Blair more. Canada who has been notified of his death, and a brother and sister also survive him in Italy. He was a member of the Odd Fellows, Eagles and Moose, as well as a member of an Italian society in Canada. Funeral arrangements Will be definitely when word is received from the brother in Canada. The Odd Pel lows will have charge of the services which arc to be held from the family residence and it is thought Rev. F. C. Fulford wil officiate. Interment will . . . be made in the city cemetery under im »««c ' , the direction of Roscoe G. Martin. And He Meant It "Is my wife forward?" middle-aged man of the conductor who entered the club ear on the Pennsy Limited. "She wasn t' moties e'Aa-liofn ldo "She wasn't to me, Sir," politely re plied the conductor. asked the proceedings in POLICE COURT Don Brittian, Mark Early and Pat Sweeney appeared before Justice of the Peace E. B. Provnise at 7:30 I Monday evening, charged with dis orderly conduct at the Roscoe dance j hall last Saturday night. Pat Sweeney was fined $60 but no fine or sentence was inflicted on Mark Early and Don | Hri ttian as they had tried to reatore ' e amon(f the fl(fhteri|> The wit . were MaW K „ aa4 _ _ , Martin Myrebo of Roscoe, Ben Wea lace of Red Lodge Creek and Pinkey " ' I)avl8 > Ed Jacobson and Dr. C. L. Koehn of Red Lodge. Warrants were out for one or two other offender* but th «y have not yet beèn brought to trial. The case of Mrs. Joe Hamilton J against George Tweedie of Bearcreek I for debt was tried before E. B. Pro vinse Wednesday. Attorney C. C. j Rowan represented the plaintiff and Attorney John G. Skinner represent ed the defendant. The decision «h given to the plaintiff. This case was change of venue. The case of the Home Grocery against N. D. Foglemen for a debt was tried before Justice of the Peace I Cha8 - wilson Monday afternoon and after heari "* the evidence Mr 8 °" *«» k the /« 8e u " der »dvisement rwl " a decU *° n in , of the Home Grocery. The plamtdf . , , ,, n _ ,, . was represented by E, P. Conwell and ^ defendant by F p whicher The Misses Vera Brown and Mil dred Richard of Roscoe were shopping in the city Monday. Miss Brown wna on her way to Billings to complete « business course in the Billings Bon nesa College and Miss Richard emoute to Wade, Montana to Join h«r parents.