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'Jpcxü Happenings' Mrs. Fred Cowger is ill at her ranch home. All velvet hats at* greatly reduced prices at Richel Millinery 891t. J. A. Newman spent Sunday visiting in Billings. : - I For Sato: One good settee. Phene 62-tf. I. I Jeffery Pratt is sick at his ranch east of the city. I Computing Springless Scale for <*Af, I sale. Pboae 9. John T.-Hays returned from a busi ness trip to Bridger Saturday. - I Have yoe a house or apartments j to rent? Let us help you. A baby girl was born Sunday morn ing to Mrs, Ira Toothaker of Belfry. I - 1 Insurance for everything insurable. Call at the New Office. 61-tf. Grant Allen of Chance attended to business in the county se Monday. For Sale—National Cash Register. Phone 9. 52-tf. A baby girl was born Monday to Mrs. Cha». Courtner of Thiel creek. See O. H. P. Shelly for anto, fir« and plate glass insurance. Phone 9. W. F. Zietz of Helena, state secre tary of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, appeared before the local lodge at their regular meeting last night. R omam theatre! 1 EDA. SOMAN at the Org*W » t 7? FRIDAY U u Moo and Women v With RICHARD DIX What women do for pretty clothes. COMEDY : News and A Country Store Prizes will be given away and there will be contests for chil dren. SATURDAY 12 Evolution makes monkeys of us ail. * tt Darwin Was Right » See this picture and decide for yourself the origin of man. COMEDY and NEWS Sun. and Mon. 13,14 Fox Film Corporation pre sents their outstanding attrac tion. » "The Iren Horse 11 Reels The Greatest Picture on Earth A romance of the East and Weet. The special that played one year at the Lyric Theater, New York at $1 and $2 admis sion. A big star cast—with Indians, U. S. troops and cavalry, Rail way workmen, Chinese laborers, horses, buffaloes, Texas steers. Also a Comedy and News. TUESDAY 15 Harry Carey in "THE LIGHTNING RIDER" Mr. and Mr«. Thomas Good of Wa shoe left on Wednesday's train for Butte. The very latest flower novelties and hats are to be found at Richel Millin 39-lt. ery. Joe Bosone of Billings, called on busness associates in town during the week. Milch cow for a*le. Price H0.0O. Apply at old Ricketts Place, Red 89-lt* i f Mil. Likl Chap nmr. was a caller in town from her home on Willow Creek Monday, FOR SALE—Two houses—or will trade for farms. Inquire 511 North Platte or write Martin Leeman, Box 1136, Red Lodge. r: :st - Mrs. Glen Wilson underwent a major operation Tuesday at Adams Hospital. Engraved Greeting cards will save you money and they are more dis tinctive. 36-tf. Mike Gahr of Roberts transacted business in Red Lodge from Roberts yesterday. Richel Millinery has received a beautiful line of metallic and taffeta hats for the Holiday trade. Be sure you get one. — Mrs, E. M. Adams entertained the Congregational Ladies Aid yesterday' afternoon. 89-lt. This is the time to order your en graved greeting cards. You will find just the style you want in our book of samples. News office. 83-tf. Ed. Hanson transacted business in town Saturday from his ranch on Clearcreek. Let us show you opr samples «f Christmas Greeting cards. They are attractive and inexpensive. News Office. ;?Hf- -, Charley Arbssono was fined $10 in police court Monday on a charge of being dumk. FOR RENT—Six room furnished house. Inquire Red Lodge Electric or phone 407-W. 34-tf. Attorney H. A. Simmons attended to legal business in District Court in Billings Monday. Engraved Christmas Greeting Cards are a saving in the long run. They ar« personal and distinctive. See samples at the News Office. 36-tf. An appendicitis operation was per formed on little William Reid of Bear creek on Sunday. For Sale: Electric train; $36 Erec tor set; Moving Picture machine; Re flector-Scope; steam engine. All my toys one half price. Mott Sonders. 89-2 Milward Simpson left Saturday for Thermopolis after spending several days in the city. Board and room at t|te Central Hotel, under new management. Pete Klobucar, manager. Rates by the day for room only 60c. and 76c. 89-6t. LB " y '' See I got it , It's a Brownie Brownies (they're Eastman - made) cost from $2 up—they solve gift problems as easily as they make good pictures. Ask to see the line at our Kodak counter. Here you can select the gift you want in just a minute or two. Brownies (box type) ft up Folding Brownies i'> up Economy Drug Co. SUNDAY AT THE RED LODGE CHURCHES ; j j Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. F. C. Fulford, pastor, Resi dence, 14th and Hauser Streets. Phone 133R. Church located on South Main Street. Services for Sunday, Dec. 13, as follows; Sunday School at X0 A. M. Dr. F. W. Sehwin, superintendent. One hundred and eighty-five pres ent last Sunday, only fifteen more to make our goal of 200. Everybody is boosting for next Sunday. went a major operation at Adams ' Hospital Tuesday. Charles Carlson of Bearcreek under Christmas Greeting cards should be ordered now to avoid disappointment. Attractive selection at the News Of fice. 36-tf. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill are regis tered at the New Pollard Hotel this week from Chicago. Battery and ignition servie«. AH work guaranteed. Treasure City Electric Service 8-tf. Howell McKinnon, chief of police of Bearcreek, was a business caller here Friday afternoon. If you want to get rid 'tff your old hens, bring them in and Henry Schmidt will buy them. 35-tf. Mrs. Frank McCleary will entertain jthe Neighborhood Aucton Bridge club at her home tonight. A marriage license was issued on December 2, to John L. Downing, 23k of Malden, Massachussets and Ruth M. Williams, 19 of Billings. Is , » i m i ••• ■I a PI nhat fit her fxdur msant memories re revives TTRIENDS want your photograph and they will prize a really good one. You can not give loved ones a more acceptable re membrance than your portrait in a charming Collins Mounting. We have the very newest photographic styles on display. LEWIS POmUISItDK) Open Sunday JUST SAY TO YOUR GROCER Blue Ribbon Bread fWe are firm believers that good materials BAKED RIGHT Makes goods that TASTES RIGHT Assorted pastries daily A BAKER OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT PURITY BAKERY Phone 234 Red Lodge, Montana Morning worship at 11:00 a. m Sermon by the pastor. Subject: "The Christian's Goal". Anthem, by the choir Epworth League at 7 00 p. m. Evening service at 8:00 o'clock p. m. Sermon by the pa- or. We greatly enjoyed meeting the splendid congregation last Sabbath, let us keep the good work going. Episcopal Church Sunday School at 19. Service and sermon at 11. r FRANK DURANT. Pastor. A. J. Mast a*d Iqseph Simpkins, protonent west aide, ranchers, were in from Luther Monday. if you want to get rid of your old hens, bring them in and Henry Schmidt will buy them. 3B-tf. Joe Barretta spent Saturday in the city from Bridger where he has the management of the creamery. Guintoni's Parlor Will serve plain and flavored brick ice-cream on S^urdaya and Sundays. Anna Iskar of Bearcreek returned to her home Saturday after taking treatments at Adams Hospital. 35-tf. Chinchilla Rabbits—The most profit able fur bearing rabbit. Finest qual ity stock for breeding purposes. Bear tooth Silver Fox 4 Fur Co., Red Lodge, Mont. 34-tf. Carpets and rugs woven, 60c and 76c per yard. We furnish the warp. Paul Hunter, Froraberg Montana. Mrs. Gail Boyd Lambert, county superintendent of schools, is visiting schools in the county this week. Dr. Ernest Vedova was a visitor In town during the week-end. Dr. Ve dova has his dental practice in Round up. . A marriage license was issued Tues day to Waito Gust Koski, 21, and Gladys Koskela, 18, both of Red Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. StumpfT and wife left Monday for Columbus where they will spend a few days visiting Mrs. William Davis, who has been receiving medical attention at Adame Hospital, has returned to her home In Bridger. friends. » Wrapped in each loaf of GOLD MKDAL BREAD you will find a let ter used in the spelling of Gold Medal. When you get enough of them to spell the word GOLD MEDAL take them to your grocery store that han dles GOLD MEDAL BREAD and ceive $5 in cash or trade. 37-tf. re Mrs. T. N. Olson and daughter Mabel were shoppers in Red Lodge from their ranch home on Clearcreek Tuesday. Miss Genieve Farrington attended the dance in town Saturday night from Bearcreek where she teaching this winter. The St. Agnes Catholic church is being re-decorated this week. The work is being done by Provinse and Showerman. s f > Joe Turk, 27, of W»ahpe and Chris tina Mayer, 17, also of Washoe were issued a marriage license in District Court Monday. M. L. Kiebler, traveling service rep resentative for the Campbell-Ewald Advertising Company of Detroit, Michigan was a caller in the News office Saturday. Mike Normile, who had the misfor tune to sprain his ankle several weeks ago, is still confined to his home and is making steady improvement. Chris Yegen of Billings, coloniza tion , agent for the Burlington and Northern Pacflc Railways, was a busi ness caller in Red Lodge Monday, The case of the state against Glenn jltofnpson charged with petty larceny was tried before J u n ti es K. H, Ppo vffise and a jury and resulted in'" a y#dict of acquittal. The charge of grand larceny against him was dis missed. t * ■ ■ r i ♦ \ f L * / , t ' f , . Lb V ■ '' A iff t Ci X.V 9 V. A The Only Truly BIG TOY LAND Never before has this store shown such a wonderful stock of brand new Christmas Toys. Toys piled on ta bles, Toys on counters, Toys on floors, Toys everywhere. Santa Claus has surely been here. Sleds, Skates, Bicycles, Kiddy Kars, Auto Cars, Steam Engines, Air Rifles, Toy Wagons, Dolls, Animals, Trains, Hundreds more that space prevents our naming. Come and see them, and bring the children. 9 % Members of the County Unit Board will meet in regular monthly session at the office of the county superinten dent of schools this afternoon. Helen Williams, who was recently operated on for appendictis, is fully recovered and has been able to return to her home from Adams Hospital. - Quite a number of people attended the dancing party given at the Labor Temple last Friday night by the Mt. Maurice Campfire Girls. Music was furnished by Art's Metodians. - Mrs. Eva NagHeh of Bearcreek filed suit for divorce Saturday against Joseph Naglish who is serving a life sentence in the state penitentiary. E. P. Conwell represented the plaintiff, Last Saturday complaints were filed in police court by A. T. Holmes, dep uty game warden, against George Rayonovlch and Lopes Esteban for possessing guns without license. Ray onovich was fined |40 and costs. Est aban was fined $26 and costs. Both .. . . , .. L" n w T n r charged. On Monday Guadalupa Ca dem paid a $25 fine in police court for the same offense. AT THE VARIETY STORE A new line of ROYAL SOCIETY Y Package goods at 35^ each Stamped aprons 49f Nightgowns $1.00 Pillow Tops $1.00 Reduction on all stamped goods. A fine assortment of hand painting upon china. Regular $2.50 value now 50 u I ! ICI I ! .„.1 >*> O Gift Stationery 35c box to $1.50 f À r ♦ e Bargains every day Attorney C. C. Rowan spent several days this week in Billings attending to legal matters in District Court. Mrs. C. Draper entertained hers of the Auction Bridge club at her home Tuesday night, four tablet being in play. The hostess served dainty re freshments. High score was won bjf Mrs. O. J. Simmons. Members of the Fortnightly Club met at the Library last Thursday evening with Miss Elisabeth Coa mings hostess. High score was by Margaret Fleming and low sea«« by Margaret Oprato. Mrs. H. L. Hussong entertained tto Y -Kik Bridge Club at her apartmeatfa at the Savoy Hotel Saturday at a tto lightful three course luncheon, Mm. Margaret Pelo won high honora aad Mrs. Marie Tt • >ida won low score. Phillip Durant, .-.on of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Durant, left for Glendive M«e day. Mrs. Durant accompanied him to Billings. Phillips will go to Fargo, ML D., where he will enlist In the hospital corps of the navy for four year«. Ha holds a commission in the i u s ai re corps of the army having complete# a four years course at Fort Douglaa.