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Cap Sale $5>00 CAPS now $3,35 $4.00 CAPS now $2.6? $3.50 CAPS now $2.35 $2.50 CAPS now... .$1.65 It's Cap Time Now. HARGROVE'S The Shop for Father and Son. The Cap Store of the Town. 314 Central Ave. STUTE HiFOOML TOPIC OF OOPESTERS: Billings-Butte Game Thanks giving Day May Give Decisive Score for Title. The Miles City and Lewistown hi^h school football teams will meet next Saturday and the winner will play Ana conda's undefeated team Thanksgiving day. Those two football dates, bearing 011 a state high school football champion ship, are certain. After those come the following hot air dates discussed by the sports writers of the Butte and Ana conda papers: A post season game be tween Killings and the winner of the Miles City-Uewistown-Anaconda contests and a still later post seasoin game be tween the Montana state title holder and the winner of a gaine to he played between Everett. Wash., and Salt Lake City. Great Falls is the only western Mon tana high school that has played Billings and Great Falls lost 42 and O. Great Falls did not play Anaconda, so no basis of comparison can be figured. Butte will play Billings Thanksgiving day and Butte's defeat by Anaconda 21 to O will furnish a direct comparison between Anaconda and Billings. As Bil lings defeated Great Falls 42 to O aind ! Great Falls beat Butte 2S to 0, it would j seem that Billings is likely to run up more than three touchdowns against ! Butte. MARQUE IS MATCHED WITH KATSONAROS Sheridan, Wyo., Nov. 16.—-Frank L. A. Marque, Canadian wrestler of Spo kane. Wash., and George I). Katsonaros, Greek wrestler of Fort Worth. Texas, were signed Tuesday to wrestle two falls out of three to a finish here on the night of Friday. November 26. Marque weighs 188 and Katsonaros weighs 185. Gold thread ornaments are usually made of fine silver wire gilded and work ed over a yellow cone of silk or cotton. McKibbinDriscoH & Dorsey fee. Manufacturers, St. Paul, Minn. Moleskin outside; clean, pliable, woolskin lining; handsome Raccoon Collar—Many other fur combinations. The ample skirt sweep makes it the coat par excel lence for motoring. It's a mighty fine "all pur pose" coat, too—sturdy, dependable, hand tailored, fashionably cut. Only at the Good Stores FREE PANTS WITH EVERY ALL WOOL Suit or Overcoat MADE TO MEASURE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 17 Third Street South. GJIMBLIIIG CONFESSOR PROBE TO 00 FREE ! j ! Eddie Cicotte's Attorney Has Conference With Illinois State's Attorney. Chicago,^ Nov. 16— Eddie Cicotte, Chicago liite Sox pitcher whose con fession resulted in numerous indictments by the special Cook county grand jurv in connection with the 1019 world's ser ies scandal, probably will not be pun ished for his part in the game throwing, according to officials of the state's at torney's office. Cicotte will turn state's evidence when the men indicted are tried and his only sentence will be banishment from organized baseball, it wEs said tonight. D. I'. Cassaday. of Detroit, Cicotte's attorney, conferred Tuesday with state attorneys over the pitcher's confession and possible testimony. At this conference, according to state officials, Mr. Cassaday promised that Ticotte would tell the court the same story he told the jury. As a result, it was arranged for the pitcher to furnish bonds without personally appearing. While no official announcement was made by the state's attorney's office an official let it become known that but for Cicotte's testimony the jury never would have had sufficient evidence to indict more than one or two persons and that there would be little chance for convic tion without the pitcher as a state wit ness. The ball players an^gamblers indicted by the jury probably will br> brought to trial in January, it -was said. INDOOR TRAP SHOOTING MADISON SQUARE GARDEN New York. Nov. 16.—The first regis tered indoor trap shooting championship tournament Under the auspices of the American Trapshooting association will be held at Madison Square Garden, Jan uary 20 to Ferbuary inclusive, it was announced Tuesday. Throe titles will be competed for—amateur, professional and women's. PENNY ANTE m w. '////A I yen, AND HE'S CsOT MV REGULAR. 5eat too X'p LIKE TO KNOW WOT HCEN/SE HE'S GOT TO ? BE OVER HERE j \ ANYWAY / HEY EPDIE, can't v'put SUMP'M IN IT TO STOP THIS ouys RUN O'LUCK YBP. HE'5 60TTEMY m 'A awrt&htm i can tell bv that expression that euy /VAAKES 'EM / e.vervtime i I NEVER SAW . SUCH LUCK / i V. !C7 WELL. AFTER LOOKIN' THESE OVER I'VE 6-OTTA MAKE A LI L BET OF ABOUT TWO CHIPS AN' LET VALL k IN CHEAP > BAH ! therèK NO USE OF ANYBOPY TRyiN TO WIN A POT WITH THAT GUY [ IN THE GrAME yVHADDA \ Y 'MEAN CHEAP? CANT Y BET ^USTON^ n % % Ss Va ■A 7. 7^ 1 //-/; £ (c) t020 my I wt-l A Run of Luck. 010 TURKEY SROOT Thirty Birds Will Be Offered; Shooters to Be Divided Into Three Classes. Plans for a turkey shoot open to all scatter gun enthusiasts in the city to be held next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock were made at a meeting of the Power City Gun club Tuesday night at the Park hotel under the direction of W. It. Wil coxson, présidait of the organization. The shoot will be at the gun club traps at Earling park. Thirty turkeys will be offered as prizes to be divided among shooters in A, B and C. classes. The shooters' classification will be determined by their percentages at the traps. Those who average 85 per cent or more of their clay pigeons will be in the A class, those who can break from 85 per cent, in class B, and those who break below 7.0 per cent, in class C. There will be. 10 events in each class, each event giving one bird to high gun man. hen a man wins one bird in one of the events in his class he will be given a yardage handicap in shooting off the next event. There probably will be sev eral handicap events in each class. The Power City Gun club dues were permanently set. at ?2 a year at the meeting Tuesday night, and a fee of .$5 jvas set to cover initiation and member ship for one year. The club devoted a part of the meeting to a discussion of future business of the organization. It was decided that officers will be elected early in January. Draftsmen Winners of Bowling Games; Refinery Men Lose The Class B draftsmen's team of the Smelter bowling league defeated the class 1? team of tankmom No. 2 2047 to 1781 in a set at the Black Eagle allcvs Tuesday evening. Libers and McLoe'd, both of the draftsmen's team tied for high string honors, makvig 188 each. Brown, with 157. was high string man for the losing team. On the draftsmen's lineup were I.iders. Thompson. Krall. McLoed, Osterb.'rg and Krall. Brown, Smith McNeil. Ko vitich and Winters were the tankroom bowlers. The second game at the Black Engle alleys, between the Smelter hill and fur nace refinery No. 2 teams, class A. went to the smelter hill men by a score of 2237 to 2100. Flannery made the high string for the set, 188. The high run for the refinery men was 170, made bv Zuccato. ^ The lineups follow: smelter hill, Flannery, Stock, Forre, Tennard. Wiggin and Lesner: 'furnace refinery. Zuccato, Kommers, Murphv, Edell and Fitzgerald. Triangle Ball Game Goes to "Y" Players 1 he smelter triangle ball team was defeated by the Triangle club team of the 'i. M. C. A. in a speedv game at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium Tuesday even ing. Until the beginning of the ninth inning the game was in favor of the sineltermen but wild plays in the final frame gave the game to the Triangle club, the final score beintr nine to seven. The lineup for the winning team com prised Givens, p.; Abrnms, c.; Wendt, Ib.: Albright.: 2b.; McClure, left short: Deihl. right short; Bauer, If.; Crouch, rf. <>i the smelter team were Wiggin, p; Flannery, c.; Bragdon, left short; Elton, right short; Peterson, 2b.; St.en, lb.: Frazer, If.; Caples, rf. Umpires for the game were Bresce, Dahlberg and Iloldeman. KILBANE GIVEN OFFER TO MEET FRIDAY'S WINNER Baltimore. Nov. lft-n^Featherweight champion Johnny Kilbane has been of fered $7.500 to appear here in a 15 round bout, to a decision with the winner of the Danny Frush-Joe Leonard con test here next Friday night The human skull is becoming thinner and thinner with succeeding genera tions. Refuses to Be Goat in Game Fixing Case So A. Attell Returns I New York, Nov. 16.—Abe Attell, ex pugilist mentioned in connection with in vestigation of "fixing"' of the 1019 world series, voluntarily appeared Tuesday at the office of Acting District Attorney Talley. Attell, who recently returned from Montreal, declined to make any formal statement but said he was avail ! able at any time he was "really wanted" j by authorities. "I certainly will not be the goat." At ! tell was quoted as saying, "but there is : a case pending in Chicago, with lots of j indictments against different parties, and i I don't want to talk while that matter is still unsettled." G. N. Bowlers Beaten by Enterprise Team The Enterprise bowling team of the city league defeated the Great Northern bowlers by a score of 2495 to 228'} in a set at the Chicago alleys Monday even ing. The high run for the evening. 103, was made by Brinstroni of the Enter prise team. Toole tnade the high run of 184 for the Great Northern men. The lineups follow: Enterprise, Brin ström, Stitzuh. Plovnich, Linnane and Ilallam; Groat Northern, Toole, Lowney. Maybery, Fredericksom and Montgomery. HANDY SUBSTITUTE. Speaking of substitutes for gasoline, there is the street car ticket.—Balti more Sun. j i ! ! 1 -au WAT E RT OWN A properly balanced stvle for earlv tall LI O N COLLARS United Shirt & Collar Co „Troy ,N .Y ^4ho wMakers of Hon Shirts A. G M Karcher Co. Tailors and Haberdashers 218 Central Phone 0335 10% Discount Men's Made to-Measure Suits. 20% Discount on Men's Furnishings. I r - Distributed By Scott-Sanford Candy Ci. Great Falls, Montana 1 PLAN BASKET Bill TOURNAMENT AT IS. Teams Representing Nine Troops Assigned Dates for Practice in Gymnasium. F. L. Graybill, scout executive for the Great Falls Boy Scouts, has announced plans for a basket ball tournament for the Bov Scouts of Great Falls to begin soon after Christmas. The touraament will include all of the Boy Scout troops in the city. A new basket ball for the boys in the troops has just been pur chased. The Great Falls school board has given the scouts permission to use the high school pymnas'um for evening practice when the gymnasium is not in a i LIE DHOLM 'S SUITS New Stylish Of Former Price Good Value fi Liedholm's Quality Heavy Reductions On Everything Else (Tailoring Her« Excepted) LIEDHOLM 'S 2« central TAILORS AND RETAILERS "Our Prices Shot To H - II" Everybody's cutting down their prices And in doing so they all set up a wail They've got to sell, although they're losing money And thus they advertise a "SPECIAL SALE," That style is ages old in advertising Yet I hope that every one of them do well But it's just as I have said, I am still two jumps ahead ' For since August, I've shot prices all to Hell. If you think those "Special Sales" will give you bargains j It's time that you got wise and get "the know" Pray tell me of a "Sale" within the city That can beat the bargains that I list below. We've got the goods, our prices can't be beaten There is money made for you in all we seîi Special sales with us are rare, we are always on the square, Our regular prices shoot theirs all to Hell. MEN'S SUITS Special Lot No, 1 Price. .$33.50 Special Lot No. 2 Price. .$38.50 Special Lot No. 3 Price..$47.50 UNDERWEAR Special Lot No. 1, heavy all wool $4.95 Special Lot No 2, medium weight worsted Union Suits, price $3.50 Special Lot No. 3, medium heavy Union Suits, price $1.85 FLANNEL SHIRTS Special lot of Flannel Shirts, at $2.75 WOOL SOCKS Special lot of Wool Socks, at 25 cents OVERALLS Headlight, Fincks, and Federation Overalls, at $1.85 C^TRAL AVE. GREAT FALLS use for high school affairs. Two troops will practice in the gymnasium on each practice night, one troop having poses sioin from 7:30 p. in., till 8:15, while the other troop will have the place from 8:15 p. m., till 9 o'clock. The follo-ving schedule has been ar rir.ged by Mr. Graybill for the basket ball practice at the high school: November 22 troops S and 5; Novem ber 23, troops 4 and 1; November ^9, troops 13 ;ind 5; November SO, troops 8 and 9; December 1. troops 6 and 7; December Ö, troops 13 and 3; Decem ber 7, troops 4 and 1; December 9, troops 6 and S; December 13, troops 5 and 3; December 14, troops 8 and 9: De cember 15, troops 6 and 7: December 20. troops 13 and 5; December 21. troops 4 and 1; December 22, troops 7 aud 9. ' ST. PAUL SELLS RAPP TO NEW YORK NATIONALS St. Paul, Nov. 16.—Joseph (Goldie) ' Rapp, infielder, has been sold by the St. Paul American association basebal club to the Jfew York National club for $15, 000. The local club will receive a pitch er and an infielder as part payment. St. Paul purchased Rapp from the Cin cinnati club for $1,000 last spring. COLLEGE WRESTLING SCHEDULE ! State College, Pa.. Nov. 16.— Meet« I with Harvard, Cornell, Navy, University ; of Pennsylvania, Lehigh and Iowa state I college in addition to the intercollegiate I championships at Princeton are on tbiî i 1921 wrestling schedule of Penn state i college, announced Tuesday.