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Home High School Beats Five From Bitter Root With Good Margin. GAME NIP AND TUCK Visitors Not Beaten Until Final Moments of Play; Score, 26 to 17. Tn n fast, furious limite, which was flip anti lurk until llit' last five min utes, the .Missoula High busk. I ball qlllht eliminated the Corvallis high five from the western Montana ohnni)ilon rare last night by winning? from the valley Intis, 2 G to 17. Tlie an me Uns hotly contested, though clean, com part lively few fouls In inn calloil. The home team was hard pressed to l;e< p in the lend until late in the trame when tho visitors tired, field yon Is by Schlossberg and McCarty cinching the gnme. Schlossberg, sturdy captain of Die homo quint, anti Hay, the speedy little Corvallis forward, vied for honors in the frame. "Rcholy" scored six field fronts and was always in the midst of the battle, while. Hay did the large share of the offensive work for the vis iters, showing- flashy floor work and a freed eye for the basket, eountlng four times. Schlossberg was injured in the first half, but continued In the game. Baird at guard played a gritty game for Missoula, while both the Corvallis guards worked well. Details of the Game. Hay scored tho first point of the game on a free throw, Schlossberg and Perrest following with baskets in rap id succession. Pophnm. then Clark found the nets. Then Hay shot two gouts and tied the count. Buckridge put Cor vallis ahead with a neat double-decker, Captain Schlossberg tiring the oi'innl within a minute. Clark put Missoula ahead with another field goal and Schlossberg added two. the first half ending with the score lß to 12 in the home team's favor. McCarty, In Clark's place at forward, opened the second half with a pretty shot, but Tfay's toss and a lucky re bound goal by'Wing brought Corvallis within, two points of-their opponents. The two teams fought, desperately for several minutes with the score at IS to 18 , but the visitors tired in the combat and Missoula scored several field goals in rapid succession, McCarty making the beat shot of the game on a toss from the side lines. The officiating of Ten by and Howard was excellent, the Bruins keeping the game moving fast and rendering im partial d$£.U*iong, Lineup and Summary. Missoula. (2G) Schlossberg Clark Corvallis (17) . ........ . Hay Pophnm Elliott Baird I,. lim-k ridge .. Morris R.O. Substitutes McCarty for Clark, Cur rant for McCarty, Wanlle for Kllioll. Rasmussen for Buckridge, Pinbei for Morris, Field Ctoaia--Schlossberg, G; C|ark, Î; McCarty, 2; Forrest, 2; Hay, 4; Pophatn, 1; Buckridge, 1; Wing, I. Free throws SohloBsberg. 2 of 7; llay. ,?■ of S. Referee—Leahy (Montana.) Empire —Howard (Montana). ALEXANDER TO APPEAL DRAFT. Chicago, .Tail. 25.—f!rover Cleveland Alexander, pitcher for whom the Chi cago Nationals recently paid $r.o.ooo, along with his battery male. Bill Kill ifer, has arranged for a bonus settle ment witli President Werghman of the Chicago club, and will ap] cal his draft classification, according t i informa l ion given out today by Weeghman's friends. It is understood that Weeghman agreed to give him $5,Otll) as a Imme . ' CHIP OUTPOINTS DILLON Duluth, Jan. 25. -Oeorge chip out pointed Jack Dillon here tonight n ib. opinion of the majority of t.e.vsi op< r men at 'lie ringside in a »n-r.nind bom Chip forced the fighting all the »at In the eighth he landed soin, ti lling blows, bringing blood to his ppoiu mV right eye. What few blows wire landed by Dillon, war. good. Holland is planning self with salt by mining posits in one province am derground salt lakes in lapping mother. Get Dr. Edw ards' O live Tablets That ie the Joyful cry of thousands gwee Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, \ nhfTtftMt? for calotnéL >r. Edwards, .____ . a practicing physician fot 17 yeMs Sad calomel's old-time enemy, a otWfd the formula for OUve Tablets «mh—h Jo g chronic con torpid livers. Awards' Olive Tablets do not c ak eneLJ but a healing, is the "keynote" <rf the« »•ted, dive-colored tablets Vhe bow els and liver to ad They savor fame them to > doll, to d Ever ; one o r two Ht »ookvbSE! Decoration Ceremonies Under Old Glory ■ W V • w - • - ... . This picture 'bows French decoration of bis country, a hero w,ho bas Just lien in France. The Sammees are in fnmilin ereinonles taking |-luce under the decorated with I be . < 'toss of War. khftki. A tnerie.in flag. The decoration Flinch general it .■remontes took I la shown on the left saluting, in the fashion 'c during a review of the American troops UNITEDS VICTORS BUT LOSE GROUND League Leaders Drop Slightly. MISMERCOS TRIUMPH Merchants Take Pair Away From Dentists in Hot Contest. Standing of th© Teams. Team - Won, I .ost. I 'cl. United .....:u; 13 .70« Farleys . a 4 17 .«67 Mismereos . 19 .628 Dentists . . 2R 22 .569 Missnuliim .......... 27 24 .329 Highlanders ............ 25 26 .490 Forest Service 1 1 37 .213 Bourdeau . ......... 7 44 .137 l .1 A A 15. nf I « fli< The league-lending Cnlteds lost a little Idt to (lie rc.sl of the contender», though they look tho Highlanders lo the cleaners two games out of three last night. Bundwnll, with a. Bilal of f,?I. was the high man for the Fnlleds, while IIfeeuhoot! reached the lilghwnt.-i mark for Hie Highlanders with 5UK. The ,\1 i sine reo aggregation captured two games from the Dentists, but lost one to the enemy. Ashbrook Was elder point master for tbo winners, with a total of 4SI. Anderson, of the Hep Iists, rolled.up a total of fiiß. The slnnding of the teams remain» ing tn unchanged. Players Umteds. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Total Luti.lwall 192 172 20« • •V 1 White 121» 144 109 373 Beteison ..... 156 1X7 179 7.22 Foi-.l . 169 111 1 62 472 Peers 150 171 i.r. 479 ! Tiil.ils 7 st; x 1 9 si I 2 11 « Players - Highlanders. 1st. 2nd. 3rd Total Oibney .... 177 1fi2 1 39 ITS Wlgut ... 125 nu 117. 341 Biekel ....... 179 BH 168 4 80 Oreenbood ......196 15s 1 .4 7.ÜS I.arson .....127 176 -°-' 7.0 7 Totals ......SO4 732 778 2314 sey are of ■1" 1 sei sot Summons. In tbe District Court of tbe Fourth Judicial District of tbe Still, of Mon tano. in unit for the County of M is - Fumtn Tic s, plaintiff, versus Arthur II. Be; (lofctKiunt. Tl— State of Montana sends greet ings to the above named defendant: You at'.- hereby summoned to answer the com;.taint in this action which is filed itt the office of the clerk of this court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to tile your ans wer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiffs attorn. > within twenty days after the service of this summons, ex clusive of the day of service; and in ease of your failure to appear or mis»', r. judgment will be taken against you by default, for tlu relief demanded in tlte complaint. This nrtlon is brought for the pur pose of dissolving the bonds of matri mony existing between the plaintiff and defendant and awarding the eus tody of the minor child ot safd parties to plaintiff and prox Idiiyir for Ids rare, on Hie grounds that defendant -wil fully amt without just cause deserted and abandoned plaintiff on or about December 25th, BUß, and ever since lias continued to desert and abandon plaintiff. Witness my Hand and the seal of said court, this 4tli day ot January, A, D. BBS. (Beall ' IT. M- HAWN. Cleric. By T. H. GF.HBEIt. t Deputy Clerk, i Ralph I,. Arnold, attorney for plain 1 tiff. f khftki. ftciriinglon . ... 15C ! t 1 Sß 4X7 l ,oh nbakk* 'll .17 -, if 7 149 4 fiX .1 L»u id <;t n BT 15 .5 1B7 5 1 2 A mlorson 22,1 15 (i 146 r, 1 1; Tot;i Is . ss:> 72 K SOU 2 417 Bijf League Season Opens on April 15 This Year BtUslnirgl!, .But. 'Flu* haseliall SfJisun nf !91S for the Xa t lon.i i a rid A rn» i ir,t ;» l«*.igm*rt will open on April 15. This was ainioiim'i'i 1 at the nusi - nf t li » (*<* ■ flay sessions of the » najf.r I « il gim s.'fn f * < I ill« - «lia ft ing « « * m 11 j i 11 * e ap puint« il )>y thf; Xational ! time ha 11 com - mission. Unyonil stating tiiat con fli< ting .in tes of gam« .s played li s' the two le.'igiM •s in thr sank' city had »iron climintt**«l to a g realm degree than over bf fnK memliers of tile eotilll 11 It toe is to tails refused to give out ing the schedules. The schedule for the National league will lie inl,| before the league meeting tn be held in New York February 12. The American bague will i iss upon ils schedule at the meeting In Chicago on February 14. DEMPSEY KNOCKS OUT SMITH. Racine, Wis., ♦.Ian. 25. Jack I)emp-| sey of Wan Frojiclsco knocked out I Homer Smith of Benton Harbor. Midi., j tonight alter one iuiunto and 15 sac- j ends of fighting. Smith was floored | twice, taking- counts of eight and nine, 1 before Hie final knockout. Tin men | are heuvywdghlH. WOLFE OUTFIGHTS ERTLE. Cleveland. Jan. 25. Jack Wolfe of Cleveland outboxed and outfought Johnny Krilo of wi. c.itil, in six rounds ! of a, ill-round contest here, tonight, j Frtle got I wo rounds and two were I even. The men weight at 117 pounds j HUMBOLDT Y. M. C. A. FUND. UiirnLoTdl, la. Humboldt has raised i ■1" 1 '75.75 for the Red Cross by sub- j sei iptiou only. There were no sales, hsznnrs or olln-r device used. In MINNESOTA DEFEATS \nn Arbor, Mick., Jan. sot a d< rented Michigan. western conference bask» here tonight. Arnston < made five Held baskets, J MICHIGAN, j 27». Mini» •- i to 13. in a ball gauu* M innesotu 1 j À , ...... ■ « ■ "----—--- -v. 1 1 ■ • *• ' « ♦ - L ' , e ' v - .. .. s, ; -s- - v ■ ' The Famous Fox Kiddies in a Picturization of Robert Louis Stevenson's Book "TREASURE ISLAND" For Men and Women—Boys and Girls. "THE FIGHTING TRAIL" LAST TI.MBS TODAY Matinee, 2 and 3:JO........................................10c and 15c Evening, -7 and 9 ........................... . ......10c and 20c _B U°C THEATER Putting 'Em Over With "Bugs" Baer Ask is their weakness, give Columbia new ball learn. Here is the best golfing.team in the world Ouimet to do the putting, Kvans to do the driving, Hutchinson to swing the niblicks and Haig and Haig lo do the rest. 'hat idea ought*' lô I 1 f "' lib! for that fool- v - r - --iry v, ■I ' College sports next year will include putting the grenade, Berlin dash, hurl ing the Hun. tossing the Turk and re galias for eight-oared varsity F boats. At Hie hist meeting in Chicago the baseball magnates decided to let the war go on. Charley Herzog's contract with Bos ton calls for Boston first and canta loupes second. (Tallies is also re strained rroin kicking any chewing gum during the playing season. LIT pep. About Hie only thing complimentary In baseball next season will bo the re murks. And they won't he very. Tv Cobb is anxious to enlist. Tv al vavs did wain to gel into the league Ha te spiking wtiH stylish. i w *<'"la, ses, I • . II. ta soiil.i Tbe :ilie i 'be ! in : L. j . I I ■ \\ . J Hu ing, dsheviki's strength is lb. it- | -li? Then hoarding-house j ' Ile slr.mgtsl stuff we ever You chirped it. Army ipiurtcruiusl. t s department has discovered ilia! the unity shoe is also only a. scrap of paper. Owing to I he* peculiar Ohio very light has two winners. S«-ems the .stylish thing for baseball menâtes to mix iheir baseball teams Hlli shoddy. Whe snow < scatter do liiere is three or four feet of tin* ground you should always nnnbs » iiiI of.t lie kitchen win Don't forget the sparrows and Hers. The gas bill may be a light affliction, ln.it getting it rereipted is a heavy »me. Ask Patent Law to Aid Montana Homesteaders Continued From Cage One.) I 1 f "' v " ,uat »on will he approximately v - liât it was last year, with slight in r reus' 1 :; in certain classes'among them - --iry cattle. X^ist year tho basis of v, Illation was, roughly, between .20 and ■I ' per cent of the cash value. Tho i w schedule, said I). B. Currie of Mis *<'"la, retiring president of the asses ses, is not materially dlÇfescnt. Assessors Elect Officers. I ho assessors, at their concluding • sum, elected John Fraser of Park . ("inly president and re-elected James II. Stewart, of .Meagher county sécré ta ty- tien su rer. In concluding their convention the several groups oi officials adopted resolutions thanking the people of Mis soiil.i for the entertainment given them. Tbe Missoula Chamber of Commerce, :ilie Tills s' lodge, the city officials and i 'be county officers were singled out ! in thojresolutions. Tin commissioners thanked Judge A. : L. Duncan in person for the use of his j . nurtrooni, arid (lie jurist responded briefly. A. IT. Bowman of Big Horn I county, reliring president, was com I mended in a rising vote of thanks, and ■ \\ . !.. Collins of Deer leuige county, J Hu- new cxeeiitive, brought the meet ing, lo a close. | j ' Bell, ' make maker. -alls short Ilian In X; I ♦ owss>- LET US ESTIMATE ON YOUR PRINTING When you want printed matter of quality-the kind that reflects a high degree of class and refinement- call Job Printing Dept. Ours is the most complete printing establishment in Montana and only the best composi tors and printers available are em ployed so as to in sure thorough sat isfaction. When you are in line for stationery, folders, pamphlets, booklets and circu lars, telephone 456. Our solicitor will call immediately THE MISSOULIAN DEF EATS 6BUWS Prescott Injured in Second Half of Game and Team Feds His Absence. IDAHO SCORES EASILY Rrtll Up 51 Points in Loose Contest ; Larkin Plays Well at Forward. MI\v, DLtlifi, Ja n. 27». Tho I'ni vorsity nf Malm haskothall train ilo foatt-tl lho L'ni varsity of Montniui lioro tonight, r.l t< » 17. Thf* seoro at tin* «-ml of thr first half was 21 t• » JO, but «hir ing Hu* sr*coiul half Idaho w.'is able to almost at will. 1 'iv.scot t, tlu* Montana forward, whose brilliant playing was Inrgoiy r«* spoiisildo for u d»*foat of Washington state* (*<>lh i.'t* last night, was injuivd in I ht* socnml half and was tak* ri out. Th*- 1 i r 1 1 » - n I>. Line- up. Idaho (31) Montana (.17) Forward Mon .... Larkin Hunter Prescott Center Campbell ....... Saylor Guard Lindley Sullivan Hyde Crouch Substitutes Montana, Driscoll for Prescott; Fox for Saylor. Scoring: Idaho Field baskets, Moe, 7; Hunter, X; Campbell. 4: baskets from foul. Hunter, 13 out nf 17». Montana Field baskets, Larkin. 4; Prescott, 3: bas kets from foul, Larkin, 3. REINSTATE OUIMET. Philadelphia, Jan. „5. —Francis Qui ntet, former amateur golf champion who was under suspension by the I »tiled States Golf association for al leged professionalism, was reinstated 1*> the association at its annual meet* In .a- here tonight. F. S. 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