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BASKETBALL FOOTBALL GOLF THE LATEST IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS Y. H. G A. ATHLETICS LOCAL SPORT CIRCLES Wear "Vassar" Swiss-ribbed Union Suits A HOT CAKES MAKES THE BUTTER FLY And buckwheat cake weather makes the hot underwear fly— It doesn't pay to fool with old Mr. "Flu"—or flirt with a cold. No better underwear exists un der these cool October moons. We have scoured the market to get the kind you'll like—and we have scrubbed the values until they are as white as suow. "Vassar" union suits are the kind we've decided on; they're the kind you'll decide on, too. $3.50, $5.00, $7.00, $9.00 ' and up to $15.00. i It's gentlemen's underwear— "Vassar," And it fits. ^ HARGROVE'S A Real Clothing Store forj Men. 314 Central Avenue' Dunn-Brown Block Cleaner Is Burned When Gas Explodes Special to the Daily Tribune. Billings. Oct. 21.—John C'arr received severe burns when gasoline exploded yes terday in the dry cleaning department of a local laundry. A quantity of cloth ing was ruined, but the building did not catch fire. LANPHER HATS You'll find this liât in the test stores — thats proof enough for any thoughtFul man. m EXTRA PANTS FREE! With Made to Measure TWO PIECE ALL WOOL SUITS Special at $ 35£ You »et a two-piece suit and an extra pair of pants free for only $35.85, or a full suit or overcoat with extra pants free for only $39.85. Select from new Fall patterns. 17 Third Street South 17 Third Street South This sale will be withdrawn without notice—the time to order is NOW—not after the sale is over. HELENA TEAM GREEN FOR ITS GAME HERE Only Game Has Been Defeat by Butte; Was Out of Football Several Years. The Helena high school football team, which will meet Great Falls at Earling park Saturday afternoon, was compelled by its schedule to open its season with its stiffest game. It played Central high of Iiutte two weeks ago and lost 39 to 0. Helena high school dropped out of the football world for several years be cause of fatal injury to one of its players several years ago. The ban was lifted a year ago by the school board and a light schedule was played. This year Helena's schedule, in addition to the Hutte gaine, includes games at Great Falls October 23, at Ananconda Novem ber (», Deer Lodge at Helena, November 13 and Iîoulder at Helena, November 20.' The team was green and the scores by Butte resulted principally from lack of experience and stage fright on the part of the Helena players, according to Edwin S. Thomas, their coach. League Head Offers Services in Probe of Baseball Seandal San Francisco, Oct. 21.—President William II. McCarthy of the Pacific Coast Baseball league announced to day that he will go to Los Angeles to place himself at the disposal of the grand jury there in its investigation of an alleged bribery conspiracy within he league directed by "Babe" Borton of the Vernon club. "1 have not been summoned by the grand jury" McCarthy said. "But I want to put myself within its jurisdiction so that I may be of all assistance possible in getting at the bottom of this bribery plot. I will welcome the service of a subpoena and a chance to testify, if the jury thinks such a course is necessary." Los Angeles. Cal., Oct. 21.—Investiga tion of alleged corruption in connection with Pacific Coast league baseball games was continued until Monday by the Los Angeles county grand jury. Fergus County High Will Play Stanford I Special to The Daily Tribune. Lewistown. Oct. 21.—The Fergus high j school team is on edge for the game with j Stanford hero Saturday afternoon. This I will be the last football game of the season in Lewistown. PENNY ANTE m HEY ^ EPPIE, DRING THE BULE BOOK well, you cam 1 call OB. raise him - OR you can bluff -an* then again you can bluff that your.e > bluffing, f AN' you can \ al5o bluff \ that. you're bluffing- / U'RE bluffing/ v an' / you CAN T EXPECT TO LEARN ALL ABOUT THE GAME IN ONE I EVENING ) I PONT SEEM TO BE ABLE TO GET THE IDEA OF-THE GAME AT ALL f. - what must i do when somebody else v bets — j know men right at this table WHO have been * playing for thirty years an still PON 't KNOW anything v about it JUST KEEP \ PUTTING YOUR MONEY IN YOU'LL / UEARN f L r> * C3 m. -to JL ZlâÈ If^O IV I MTV FMtUM Bewvici. Teaching a Novice Will Stage Race on Bicycles in Window of Store The tenth semi-annual bicycle endur ance test of the Northern Hardware company will be hold in the show window i of the company Saturday evening, start jing at 7:30 o'clock. A stationary mach | ine with cyclometer attachment will be ; used. The boys will pedal a mile on the I meter, timed by a stop watch. The con | test is open to all boys under 15 years. ! Five prizes are offered, an electric bi cycle lamp, a boy scout axe. a boy scout jack nife. and a $2 jack wife and a .$1 knife. Duval Sues Greenleaf Pocket Billiard Champ for Holding to Title Saratooga Springs, N. T., Oct 21.—In a suit based upon charges of fraud and deceit against Ralph Greenleaf. pocket billiard champion, filed today. Robert I'u val alleged Greenleaf agreed to pass his title in event of his defeat last August. Joseph Concannotn defeated the champion, but Duval afterwards learned the two playerR had agreed the match was to be only an exhibition. Duval says lie had given Greenleaf $300 which lie seeks to recover. Entrance to "Y" Bouts to Be By Ticket Only Tickets for the hosing exhibition at tlie V. M. C. A. Saturday evening, may be obtained at several of the cigar stores and hotels as well as the Y M. C. A. While the exhibition will be free admission will be by ticket only. Boys under sixteen will not be admitted un less accompanied by a parent. Extra tickets may be obtained at the asso ciation rooms. The next boxing exhibition will be held after the completion of the present athletic classes about January 1. YANKEES WILL CONTINUE TO PLAY AT POLO GROUNDS New York, Oct. 21.—The New York Yankees will continue to play at the Po'o grounds, tlie home of the New \ork Giants, at least through the 1!>22 season, according to an agreement announced to day. ALL SUITS AT ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES Divided into Five Great Groups which show a saving of from $12 to $20 a Suit, any Suit you might choose is a wonderful value. 30 and 35 Suits $19.75 50 and 55 Suits $38.75 60 and 65 Suits $45.00 75and79.50 Suits $50.50 80 and 85 Suits $60.50 HATS-ALL OF THEMS2.000FF on any Hat over $5.00. Buy one Today. MEN!—This is a Sale in every sense of the word and will close tomor row. Can you afford to miss it? Buy today! KAUFMAN 'S 212 CENTRAL AVE. WOOL UNION SUITS $3.45 $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 values—all sizes —heavy enough for all winter. City League Formed by Indoor Baseball Men of Great Falls Definite plans and schedule for a city indoor baseball league will be arranged at a meeting of the captains of the teams now lined up to be held next week. E. E. Holderman, physical director of the Y. 31. C. A., is president of the league. A game of triangle ball between teams representing the A. C. M. smelter and the Triangle Club of the Y. M. C. A. will be played next week. A. E. Wiggin, superintendent of the smelter accepted a challenge from Jean < iivens with the understanding that. A. F. Rragdon be one of the players on his team. .Mr. Givens' only stipulation was that he should play on the team that he would pick among the members of the triangle club. The smelter team will be A E. Wig gin, captain; .T. A. Elton, R. B. Caples. J. F. Flannery, J. W. Goodman, A. F. Rragdon, K. B, Frazer. The Triangle club team will be Jean Givens, captain; Dr. L Crouch, Dr. C. <\ Albright, L. G. Dich!. E. E. Holder man, F. C. Bauer, J. McClure. Gun Club Men Return From Successful Hunt in Sun River Valley W. R. Wilcox son, 905 % First avenue north, with several members of the Power City Gun club, returned Wednes day evening from a successful duck hunt in the Sun River valley. They said that the shooting would be better after a storm, although they secured the legal limit «f birds. A. A. Montgomery and A. O. Samuelson, both members of the gun club, were in the party. Judith Basin County Commission at Work Special to The Daily Tribune. Lewistown, Oer. 21.—The commission to adjust the finances as between Fer gus, Cascade and the new county of Jud ith Basin is now in session here, work ing on the assessed valuation of property within the portion of the new county taken from Fergus. After the commis sion will 'visit, every part of the county to inspect and appraise steel bridges and all other county property. Greek Middleweight Issues General Def i For Great Falls Bout George D. Kotsonaros, Greek light middle weight wrestler will arrive in Great Falls this (Friday* morning. Katsonaros defeated Billy Edwards a few days ago in a bout at Sheridan. Wvo.. He is an all around athlete and has ser cral medals won whiie a member of the New York Greek Athletoe club. Kots onaros' home has been in Mildred, Mont., but Great Falls will be his future home. Arrangements are being made for reveral bouts to be held in this city this winter. Kotsonaros has issued a challenge to all wrestlers of the middleweight class. He has just finished a trip through the south where he met several wrestlers of his weight. HELENA SCHOOL CENSUS SHOWS 4.096 CHILDREN. Special to The Daily Tribune. Helena. Oct. 21.—The school census here gives Helena 4.090 children, of whom 2, OSO are boys and 2.014 are girls. There are 1.042 children under six years and 3,052 of school age. WIFE GRANTED DIVORCE DECREE FOR DESERTION Special to The Daily Tribune. Lewistown, Oct. 21.—Judge Briscoe has granted a divorce in the case of Lillie M. Schaffer against John Schaffer. desertion being the ground. The parties were married at Momelsdorf, Pa., in 1SS5. MARSH RECEIVES DONATIONS. New York, Oct. 21.-—Wilbur W. Marsh, treasurer of the Democratic national committee, «announced that a new record for receipt of "match the president" con tributions had been sent today with the arrival of 19 checks for $500 each. Gun Club to Hold Its "Turkey Shoot" on Sunday, Nov. 21 The Power City Gun club has an nounced Sunday. November 21, as the date of its "turkey shoot", to be held at the club range near Earüng park. W. R. Wilcoxson, president of the club, j states that they have had difficulty in j obtaining turkeys for the match but that I it is expected the birds will be found. Shooters from Billings, Conrad and sev eral other cities are expected to take part in the shoot, which will be the last of the season. WILL MEET OCT. 25 T Organization Will Head First Annual Convention in Helena at Call of Secretary. Belgrade, Oct., 21.— M. S. Carpenter of Belgrade, temporary secretary of the Montana State Sportsmen's association, has mailed the call for the first annual meeting of this new association to be held in Helena, Monday, Oct. 25, rod and gun and anglers' clubs of Montana and Commercial clubs or chamber of com merce in those cities and towns not hav ing a rod and gun club are invited to send a representative. Those who have associated themselves thus far in the organization are deter mined that Montana shall continne to be a paradise for the hunter and fisher and realize that if this is to be some very marked changes must be made in the laws and regulations governing the pro tection and propagation of the state's fish and game birds and animals. While no slogan has been adopted by the promoters of the Montana States Sportsmen's association the ultimate a ; m is "Less limitations but more fish and game and better forests and streams." and they urge all residents of the state who are in sympathy with the purpose of the association to attend the meet ing in Helena. Oregon Aggies Play Washington Saturday Seattle, Oct., 2.1—Coach Leonard Al lison's university of Washington foot ball squad will meet the team of the Oregon Agricultural college on the uni versity field here Saturday. The durlbing given the Sun Dodgers by the Montana eleven last week has caused Coach Alli son to call in help from former stars of Washington and the local men have been coached through a week of hard practice in preparation for the Oregon game. Jennings May Coach Cornell Team in 1921 Ithaca, N. Y.. Oct. 21.—Hughey .Jen nings former manage of the Detroit American league club, may be chosen as Cornell University baseball coach r.t. a meeting of the Alumni baseball associa tion here on Saturday to select a coach for next season. Jennings it was announ ced here today, is expected to attend the meeting. The former Detroit manager is an alumnus of Cornell and coached the university baseball team of Helena Businessmen Make Up Fair Deficit Special to The Daily Tribune. Helena, Oct. 21.—Helena businessmen today went down in their jeans and dug up $15.000 on pledges to make good any loss on state fair revenues. The 1020 fair cost $86.000, admissions totalled $33,000 and the fair had $20,000 appro priated by the state for the show. Thats Best To advertise a thing that's best Seems like an utter waste; But in this world the men and minds Are varied kinds of taste. If this remains to demonstrate The points that prove the test To show all mankind that your goods Are mid the many, BEST. „ Now in the line of underwear, . Ti' Mid all the different kind, If you will let us demonstrate The best one you will find. If you will give us half a chance This ad will bear good fruit. For the best of all in underwear. Is the HATCH ONE-BUTTON snlt. We call this the "efficient" union suit with one master button at the chest. 304 CENTRAL AVE. GREAT FALLS Mikehasii A.G. Karcher Co. TAILORS HABERDASHERS 21S Central Ave. Phone 6335 Extra Pants Included With Each Suit Order. Bill Introduced in Chilean House of Deputies Looked on With Favor. j Santiago, Oct. 21.—A bill has been ; introduced in the Chilean house of dep j uties in furtherance of the long discus i sed project to build a railway across the j Andes connecting the center of a rich i agricultural region of northern Argen tina with the Chilean port of Antofagas | ta. The bill provides that the conrract j ors would receive a state guarantee of ' 6 per cent of the actual cost of the rail J way for 15 years after it is opened. The i cost is estimated at $15.000,000. ! The Chilean newspapers, commenting ; on the measure, say the railway not ! only would serve as an outlet to the 1 Pacific for products of northern Argen j tine such as sugar, but would open to I exploitation rich mineral regions of north ! central Chile. The only direct rail route now con necting the two republics Js the trans Andino from Ix>s Andes, Chile, to Men doza, Argentina.