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Shopping. IF Great Values and Low Prices Will make Gift Buying merry— You'll certainly have a "good time" when you come in here to SHOP WITH US. " HARGROVE'S The Xmas Gift Store for Men. FITCH'S COMEDY. "GIRLS," FEITIIO AHE PUCE Associate Players Open New Week With Broadway Success. When a play is sufficiently fascinat ing to bold an entire stock company through rehearsal even after their own work is over for the day, it is safe to assume that the play has something out of the ordinary. The average . s tock actor usually burns up the boards in his haste to get out of the theater after his part of the rehearsal is over, but at the Palace theater during the last week, members of the company stayed volun tarily and followed the preparation of the new play with rapt attention. The play which was able to perform this miracle is "Girls, written by the late Clvde Fitch, which the Associate Players will present this «veiling for the first time in Great tails. lhe comedy is in three acts and its action is such as to warrant Director Howard Pos ter's assertion that it is destined to prove one of the most popular plays pro duced at the Palace theater this season bv the stock company. . . 'in skillful hands and with artistic treatment, aided by the experience of several members of the company who have worked in it before, "Girls may be expected to be a most finished pro duction. , . , . As will be inferred from the title, the comedy is one which gives unusual op portunity to all the lady members of ihe company. It is believed that it will also give Miss Bundle a big chance to enhance her popularity. 11 SODA FOUNTAINS RANKED AS GOOD City Inspection Finds Three "i 'air" and Two Below Proper Sanitary Standards. — Of sixteen soda fountains inspected | by Sanitary Policeman William Slien of ! the public health department during November, only two, Bridgeman's Drug Co.. and Nobles' store at Fourth street and First Avenue south, were graded as poor. All fountains arc graded accord ing to sanitary condition, artificial color ing and sterilization of glasses and spoons. In both instances where the grade of poor was given the steriliza tion of glasses and spoons was below standard, with cold water being used m place of the required hot water. Three other fountains. Royal Garden Fruit company, Chocolate Shop and Sandahl's Cigar store, were graded as fair and the eleven others received a grade of good, which means that the equipment, met. with the approval of the health department. Those receiving the good grade were: Hussman company, Palace of Sweets, Crabtrees. Palace Garden Fruit company, Bee Tlive, The Glenwood, Mecca Inn, Sweet Shop. Gas is. The Mint and the Sugar Bowl. Salvation Army Money All to Be Used Here "All of the money raised in the Sal vation Army campaign to be started Monday in Great Falls will be used in community service work here, "said Captain Mae Morton of Helena, who is here directing the work for the Salva tionists, Wednesday "The army will aim to devote all its efforts to caring for th» needy people here this winter. Even now the organiz ation is accomplishing a great deal in this work and hopes to do more as soon as the funds have been raised. Captain Moore will meet today (Thurs day) nt noon at the Park hotel, with the Kiwanis club committee working on the Salvation Army campaign to com plete the plans for the work. flore V,vr\ j . ». O We guarantee our work to be done with best material we can buy CARLSON'S SHOE FACTORY CO. 104 Third Street South Backers of North Dakota Foot ball Stars Ask for Title Game in Great Falls. If negotiations mow under way should succeed, the Billings high school football team, now claiming the championship of Montana, may play the Williston hieb. North Dakota champions, in Great Falis. Robb R. Williams, Great Falls football official, is making negotiations with the Billings team for Williston. The Willisto® team has taken all six games played this season, the total score for the season's games being 45." to 6. Williston has had the North Da kota championship for four years and during that time has made 395 touch downs to 20 by its opponents. A game was offered to the North Dakota cham pions last year by Englewood high of Chicago but- due to the lateness of the season the game was called off. It is the contention of the men back ing the Williston team that it has turned out a string of men who will be able to give the Billings eleven a run for its money, .foe Cutting .coach of the school, is a former follower of the fam our Gil Dobie. now coaching the Cornell team. During his four years at the WillistoQ institution Cutting has devel oped some men believed to be world beaters in the high school class. Phillips, the 130 pound quarter, is said never to have missed a punt and it is believed that he would be able to give O'Donnell. the star Billings kicker, a pretty run. Mr. Williams expects to get word today (Thursday) from Billings. giv : ng its stand on the matter. It is öjso possible that, should Anaconda beut Bil lings in next Saturday's game at Bom man. the Williston team will attempt to line its men against Anaconda. Denies Whitman Coach Wanted by Washington Berkeley. Ca!., Dec. 1.—Denial that Vincent Borleske, coach of the Whit man college football team at. Walla Walla had received an offer to $10.000 a year to coach the university of Washington squad, as reported in Seattle, was voiced by Darwiin Meisnest. Washingon grad uate manager, here Wednesday. Meis nest is attending the meeting of the Paci fic coast conference. Borleske has not been considered by the student body <>f control at Washington and there is .no movement under way at the university to obtain his services as coach, Meisnest said. CALIFORNIA AND OHIO TO MEET IN PASADENA Pasadena, Calif.. Dec. 1.—Formal ac ceptance of the invitation requesting the football team of the university of Cali fornia to meet a team from Ohio state university at Tournament park on New Year's day in the annual game between east and west, was telegraphed from Berkeley by Dr. David P. Barrows, president of the university of California. CHICAGO CUBS ARE AFTER NOTRE DAME ATHLETE South Bend. Ind., Dec. 1 George Gipp. Notre Dame football star, has received an offer from President Yeeck of the Chicago National league team of a place with the Cubs next spring, it was announced here Gipp, who is seriously ill in a local hos pital. has not given the proposal con sideration. Gipp is an outfielder. DETROIT SIGNS BROCK Kansas City, Mo.. Dec. 1.—Outfielder Arthur Brock, a Kansas City baseball player who played at Blackfoot. Idaho, last year, has signed a contract with the Detroit Americans, it was announced TAX DELINQUENCIES PUT AT 10 PER CENT County Treasurer Has Pile of Unopened Checks; 8300,000 Paid Wednesday. The forecast of County Treasurer Fred C. Andretta that tax receipts would this fall show a greater percentage of delinquencies than in many years ap peared to have been confirmed Wednes day when a partial check was completed of collections made np to the closing of the books November 30. Receipts had been issued for about 75 per cent, of the $1,946.000 charged against the treasurer for collection, but this did not include the checks in a huge pile of unopened mail nor several of the larger payme its made by corporations. Several days will' be required to pre pare a statement of the taxes paid, but Treasurer Andretta estimates that delin quencies will probably reach 10 per cent of the whole amount to be collected. Payments for which receipts have been issued total to slightly more than $1.200,000, and unreceipted payments and checks in Wednesday's mail arc ex pected to bring the final total up to more than $1,725,000. Approximately .$300,000 was added to previous collec tions when the mail was opened Wed nesday morning through payment of taxes by the Anaconda Copper Miming company and the Montana Tower com pany. Uncle Sam Puzzled by Exchange Rates On Italian Moneys After December 15 all money to be sent to Italy will be made out in dollars and cents, instead of the usual lire and centesimi according to information re ceived Wednesday by Postmaster William Cluston from the postal department at Washington, D. C. The rate of exchange is changing so rapidly that, money orders made out in the United States at a Certain rate of exchange, upon their arrival in Italy are I many times exchanged at a loss to the Italian creditor. Money orders sent, to all otlior for ; eigu countries will continue to be made ! out. in the money of the country to j which it is to be sent. Money orders made out in American money will be exchanged at the full market value of dollars in lire on the date that the lists are received at the exchange office in Turin, and wiil be paid to the payees in It.alv. BIRTHS A boy was horn to Mr. and Mrs. <1. M Urscbel of Great Falls at the Dca» coness hospital, December 1. PENNY ANTE mm 9/f V////, PIPN T I VEAL HIM A HAND ? \ THAT S M /GHTy \ FUNNy BECAUSE I VERY SELDOM MAKE A MISTAKE s WHEN I PEAL ! here you CAN HAVE HAND. IT MY IT5 NO OF USE £7 TO ME THE KICK HEY EDPIE, HOW MUCH O' THAT D'YE HAVE TO TAKE TO GET ? SAY' AINT I IN THE &AME ?. WHERE5 MY HANP ? PONT I &ET ANy G4RW v WAS5A USE DEALIN" you ANy CARDS r y NEVER COME IN A POT ANy wAy ! VT S JUST A5 WELL JOE, V'WOULDN'T A-GOT ANy THING ANyHOW ? rr !St I020 When a Man Is Left Out. HS« ILES Flan Is to Replace Two Govern ing Bodies With One: Vote in January. Chicago, Dec. 1.—Invasion of the east by the Western Golf association as part of a plan to bring all the golf clubs of the country under the same set of rules. is proposed in amendments to the W. G. A.'s constitution and in laws sub mitted by mail to the directors. The changes, to be voted on at the annual meeting January 15, involve adoption of a new name. The American Golf association, which would "act as the authoritative administrative body for making and enforcing the rules for the playing of golf in th<e United States." < >ne of the chief purposes of the new golf organization, if approved, would be to revise those rules which it is said were orginaliy intended for the Scotch and their courses and are not practical for American courses. east won t give way and war is predicted New York, Dec. 1.—Golfing circles in the east were agitated over the an nouncement. that the Western. Golf as sociation has proposed an invasion of the east for the purpose of wresting control of the game in this country from the Inited States Golf association. A bitter war for the supremacy was freely predicted. Outside of the amateur rule, the prin cipal differences are those relating to unplayable balls 5t-.. it; J 1* Divorces; 5/ Weddings stymie and to lost Is Record for November Divorce decrees issued in district court during the month of November were badly outdistanced in number by mar riage licenses obtained in the office of Court Clerk George Harper, more than 11 licenses issuing for every separation legalized. In both departments of lhe court only five marriages were cancelled, while in* the clerk's office . r i7 couples were licensed to wed. As in other courts, the record here shows that a great majority of divorces are obtained by couples who were married for com paratively short periods. Former Trainmaster Returns to Old Post N T . F. Seils, former trainmaster on the Rütte division of the tlreat Northern, has returned to Great Falls from Superior, Wis., to resume his former position. Me will succeed R. K. Holt, who has been trainmaster since Mr. Seils' transfer to Superior last May. Mr. Holt will as sume duties as a conductor, which posi tion he held prior to his promotion. Alleged Drug Addicts Given Jail Sentences Tony Brant. Ray Palmer and Fred Eastman, taken up by the police on charges of vagrancy and referred to on the blotters as drtssr addicts, were each fined SlOO in police court Tuesday and all committed to jail for 50 days because of their inability to raise the cash. VOLLEY BALL VICTORY WON BY HARRIS' MEN The Y. M. C. A. volley ball team cap tained by Harris Wednesday evening defeated the team of Row«', taking two games out of three. This makes three games won and six lost for both of these teams. HORAN ON SHERIFF'S FORCE E. G. Horan began duties of a mem ber of the force of Sheriff .1. I'. Burns Wednesday and will continue as a per manent deputy sheriff during the re mainder of Sheriff Burn's term. Dep uty Horan succeeds former Deputy Wade Bean, who resigned last week to enter business. MARRIAGE LICENSES John S. CcClure, 21. and Violet -I >r dan. IS. both of Great Falls. F. W. Carl. 37, and Myrtle Ann Rivers, ÜP.. both of Great. Falls. Edward Keifer, 34, of Virgil!»- aud Pearl Alvida Comptom 18, of Verona. Harvard to Revise Football Schedule for Season of 1921 < 'ainbtidgc, Mass . Dec. 1.—The du le for the Harvard varsity f< team of next year will include s changes from that of the seasos closed- It will again consist oi games. Yale being played at tli dium November and Princeton < Tiger gridiron November The six games preliminary to these will be shaken itj» considerably with i view to bringing new ideas and methods of play into action against the team that is representative of the Harvard coach y stem. Center college will be ing played earlier than this season ^ Major Moore, graduate managet athletics, plans to try to arrange a doublebeader for the opening date Nebraska. Syracuse. Indiana. Kan..is and Missouri art. mentioned a> te.tn.. which may come to ' ambriog". will arrive in (j day) morning from the west over Great Northern and spend several hours in the city before continuing east over the Milwaukee on an inspection trip, II. M. Gillick, superintendent of the Northern Montana division, and Assist ant Superintendent W. C. Funis of Ta coma reached the city Wednesday by t j„. , V ay of Lewistown and will meet the Farling party this morning. The officials are going over the line at this time to complete a general in Icon and Traffic Manager ,1. R. Veitch. Falls this (Thürs the west over the MILWAUKEE CHIEFS TO BE HERE TODAY Two Vice Presidents and (Gen eral Manager lo Arrive From the West. A party of officials of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, includ ing Vice President II II. l'arling and I». R. Greer, General Manager Maey Nieh spection prior to the arrival of winter, it was stated by Great Falis officials of the road. The party left Seattle last week and transferred to the Great Northern Wednesday at Spokane. Back His Automobile Through Store Window Dan Rosetta was fined .$25 in police court Wednesday for reckless driving, the charge growing out of the fact that be backed his automobile through the window of the Cascade employment agency. In addition to the fine, he will pay for repairing the window. H. H. Webb. H. .Tones and Harry Jenes were all convicted of speeding, each paying a fine of .$10. Stanley Jen-; kins, arrested for vagrancy, was com mittefl to serve out a £100 fine. He is referred to on the police blotter as a drug addict. Commercial Club Men Plan to Meet Friday The board of directors of the Great fjiiis Commercial club will meet at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the secre tary's office in the First National battle building to work on routine business which has to be finished before Janu ary 1. No special work has beem ar ranged. Billings Cuts Price Meat, Coffee, Bread Special to The Daily Tribune. Hillings, Dec. I.— A eut ol* front 10 to 15 per -ent in wholesale meat [trices is being passed ,-ilong to the consumer, local meat market men say. Coffee in most restaurants has been reduced from 10 cents to 5 cents, and bread, which already has fallen front one to two cents per loaf here, today was reduced an other half cent. State Board Rejects Influenza Suggestion Helena. Dec. 1. The state board of health, it is announced, has not nc ccpted lite verdict that illness at ('äs ende. now reported, is infltmnza. An o'Htiir;.- "iH be made. Influenza ran its course in thai city during the nation wide cp'dcmic, it is said, and return is not expected. Winter Shooting Would Be Pos sible; Contest Will Be Staged Next Sunday. \ dnb house at the Power City <Jun 1 »•' ' traps near Earling park is now a j possibility for the club, according fO; \Y R Wileoxson. president of the or- j sanitation. Negotiations for a frame j building near the traps, with sufficient. I to accomodate all shooters at future | rapshoofs. arc now being made by ot'fi-1 I I r'- if the • 'tib. The club house viH ; .irob.ibly be purchased by the club soon in order to permit the organization to hoîfl shoots at the traps all winter. The place in prospect has accomodations for all members of the club, which now has 01 members. A t.rapshoot open to all shotgun men in Great Falls will be staged next Sun day by the gun club at the club traps near Farling park, it was announced Wednesday bv W. R. Wileoxson. presi dent of the Power City club. There will be events for squads of five, eight and 10 shooters, each ev nt to be for ten clay birds. The pri7,es will be chickens, of which will be given awav to high gun men. The shoot will begin at 10 o'clock Sun day morning and last the larger part of the day. It is expected that there wid be a large number of Great Falls shoot nrs pntered besides a few from uearbi tow ns. S f, Furnace Refinery Bowling Teams Meet • By a score of 21C<> to 20,.»S the j class 1> bowlers of the furnace refinery No. 1 best furnace refinery No. 3 in a set at the Black Eagle alleys Wednes day night. Cossettcc of the winners made the high string of_ Whikail j made the high single of 11<> for the i losers. The lineup follows: furnace refinery j No. 1 :< 'ossette. Lane, Parrash. Miller, j <!lomaker and Bailey: furnace refinery j \„. Whikail. Marsette. Hatfield, Päse nivI Petrinie. Great Volume of Gas Escaping From Well in Elk Basin Field j. I ro The Daily Tribune. lilies. !> 'C. 1.— 1 The 75,000.000 cubic I r;i s roaring every day out of the j iet\ Flk'Basin field well. 50 miles south-. west of bet e, would supply a city the | size of Billings for one year, it is de clared The '.rcll was brought in by the Midwest Oil A- Refining company at a depth of x> feet, 800 feet deeper than oil wells in the same vicinity. The company is said to be having dif ficult v in securing men to cap the well. The explosion of the Buffalo gasser j seme time agt, which resulted in the! death of several men, has rendered the j work unattractive. The Elk Basin well is compared io the fnnioup Hvron ausser, j which was not capped for 5*0 days and ' whose roar was heard for 10 miles. Finds Human Hair in His Well Water; Asks Investigation Missoula. Dec. 1.- Finding what ho! claims is human hair in his drinking water George Busse of near St. Rej;is has notified the sheriff at Superior and asks for an investigation. Several days tgo, according to Busse, the first hair was noticed. Succeeding pumpkigs brought more of it and finally he tied a cloth over the spout of the pumft with the result that a wad of hair was secured. Sheriff La Combe has sent word that he will go to St. Regis imme diately to investigate. PEMBERTON QUITS PLACE IN HISTORICAL LIBRARY Helena. Pee. 1. Judge \V. Y. I'em berton. of Helena, has resigned as lib rari.tn of the state historical society here and Miss Florence Fortune, of Hpiena, lu;s been named to succeed him, it Is announced. Judge Pembertom, who is now in Exeelsoir Spring Missourt", is in ill health. Former Champion Signs Agree , , n Iii - ment to Battle Winner of Match On December 14. ■ New York. Dee.. 1 —Tex Itickard. has! announced he has received contracts, signed by Jess Willard, former world 's heavyweight boxing champion. Jack Dempsey, present titleholder and Bill Brcnnan. for a championship bout for March 17. 1921, between Willard and the winner of the Dempsey -Brennen fight here December 3 4. Reports to this ef fect had been circulated for some time, but official announcement of contracts having been signed was not made until today. Itickard said the fight would be stag ed in Madison Square Gardeu unless the state boxing commission should prevent it. The size of the purse was not made public. WILLARD IN TRAINING, GOOD CONDITION, HE SAYS Lawrence. Kan., Dec. 1—After listen ing to a despatch from New York stat ing he had signed a contract to meet the winner of the forth-coming Dempsey-j Brennan fight, Jess Willard. former champion heavyweight, stated his signa turc had been announced pending receipt of the signatures of the other parties. A schedule about his condition, Willard replied: "I am feeling fine; I am in good con dition and expect to give my opponent a run for his money, whether he be Dempsey or Brennan. I have been do ing a iittle light training lately with! •lack Kemple, of Casper, Wyo., who has been with me for a number of years." TOLEDO IS CANDIDATE FOR DEMPSEY-CARPENTER BOUT Toledo. Dec. 1—Negotiations were opened between Jack Kearns, manager of Jack Dempsey, worlds champion heavyweight puglist. and Ad Thatcher Toledo promoters Wednesday with the view to staging the proposed Dempsey Carpentier match in Toledo. Thatcher received a telegram from Kearns in New York City asking the promoter to "look over the ground here and report to him by telephone." Thatcher said that he would go be fore the boxing commission for a per mit for a decision bout if he can make ' a satisfactory deal with Kearns.'* CARDINAL STAR PLANS TO GO INTO BUSINESS St. Louis, Dec. 1.—Roger Hornsby Cardinal second baseman, expects to go into business here, according to a tele gram to the St. Louis chamber of com merce received from him last night- He did not state the nature of the proposed venture. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY! SKI. DEC. 4 & & m <s57 s M a ar ' \W WHAT THE CRITICS SAY Wi l.hevinne's songs have become loved in thousands of homes and it was indeed a pleasure to see this young composer—while the ear rejoiced in the pure harmony of his own compositions as he, himself, plays them. —Chicago Tribune. They have won their picturesque way right into the hearts of w public—it's a way she has of doing great Things in a lov able way—all her own—that wins.—New York Musical Courier. Chicago Musical Leader: "Wept and laughed as the moods were in terpreted by this winsome pair." PRICES: Lower floor. Mail Orders Now S 1.50. Balcony SI .00. Gallery 50c, PLUS TAX — Seat Safe Friday Noon When in the City, Eat at the Gerald Cafe A First-Class Re*tàurant With Firat Class Meals. Private Boxes for Ladies WILLIAM GRILLS, Proprietor. 217 Central Ave., Great Falls, Mont. Painless Dentistry MODERN METHODS AND MODERATE PRICES It Is Impossible to get better service at any place at any prln«. We have the experience and the equipment lor the be ?t grade of work at the most reasonable prices. FREE EXAMINATION Dr. Robertson Corner Central Avenue and Third Street Office Over Mecca Inn Phone MM Do You Think of Him? In these days of Indian summer When all nature seems in tune And the sunshine making shadow« Just us though it were in June Everybody's in the open Giving all the time they can To enjoying air and sunshine All, except the mining man. gf £ ÏÏÏ toSfa Ä There's no sunshine, air or shadow« In the bowels of the earth. They are working in the dark ne g» And the damp down there below They cant feel the warmth of sunshine N or 'be gentle breezes blow. A COMPLIMENT TO YOUR TASTE. When you wear ons of our suits or overcoats, it proclaims you a man of taste and discretion. There's nothing better in town at the price. They are wonderful values at $40, $50 and $60. 304 CENTRAL AVE. MEAT FALLS asi ; ___________________________ ! " ' j i 1 ^ ; Special to The Daily Tribune. Belt. Dec, 1.— On Saturday evening , the Belt boys' city basket ball reaim I will travel to Stanford. The Home of the Union Label Belt and Stanford to Contest Saturday will! where it ! plav the Stanford five that evening. A 1 good game is expected as the local bav* have been practicing considerable of late, while Stanford has already been in ac tive campaign, defeating the Denton, team last week. It will be the opening game for the Beltites. MACLEAN-CHALLENGES FOR WORLD SKATING TITLE! New York, Dec. 1.— D. R. Scatiion, manager of Bobby MaeLean, of Chicago, fromer champion skater, has issued a challenge tö Oscar Mathieson, of Nor way. for a series of races for the title. Scanlan announced he had received a number of offers for the propoted con ! test, but preferred to have the match ! decided in Norway. YALE RIFLE CLUB PLANS TELEGRAPHIC MATCHES New Haven. Conn.. Dec. 3.—A tele graphic match with Oxford university, England, has been arranged with the Yale Rifle club, it was announced. The schedule includes Oxford February 9 and Leland Stanford ("tentative) February 24.