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E Dechune, Minnie E. Dehmer, Chas. M Jerrer, Dave J 5ixon, Drew Driscoll. Miss A. C Dubuque, Harry Duda, Mike Dusier. Paul Dunwiddie, E. N Dupuis, Albert E. Sokman, Vldor Sddy, H. B 3dward. Harvey E 311er. Alfred Slliot, S. H. 311is, Grant înockson, Gay Equity Consumers League 3vans, Thos Systone, Ted M F. Pederal System of Bakeries . reist, Ben i^ennimore, H. J •''erguson, Edgar W herring, John herring. R. O ^irst M. E. Church, Cascade Wisher, Geo. H Flaherty, John S Flanagan, K. W rio&tcn, Lou ?"olk, A. A ?orsman. E. X Foster, C. V Foster, James '"rentz, Geo. E Try, R. J G. iallagher, Mike P Mallette, Walker îalpren, Chas iarney, Peter A 5aunt, Herbert M ïeer. Carl C 3oneral Tractors, Inc Jenereux, F. E Sibson. L. M îilbertson, Anton ïillis, Wm. P îilmour, Robt îladchenko. John îlasscock, Mrs. Laura Jlenlovd Hotel ïlover, R. H ioodman, J. W. îordon. Chas >raden, M. A iraham, J. H îrasseschi, Oreste >ray, Emil 5. F. Upholstering Co 3t. Nor. Grocery C oj Jreen, John L ireen, L. P îreer, Thos. C lîrey, Sarah Griffith, E. D îroton. T. M iuerin, Joe ïussek, R. H iutchell, C. H H. îaggett, F. C fi ail. H M 'îamilton, Frank Hamilton, J. H laram, Edgar M Hammer, Ezra C. ïammill, J. D Hansen, A. P Hansen, Herman F Harris, Agnes Harris. W. A. Hart, Roy F. Hart, Mrs. Sylvia Hartman, F. J Hartwig, Heliner C Hathaway. Rollin W Haugen, Peter Haven, W. H Hawkes, Edna M Flayek. Arthur J Hayne, G. P Havward, E. G Eîeikka, Mrs. Wm Heino, Victor Heidt, Frances G Helm, Clarence A Hendricks, W. J Henn, Peter Henry, James L Hickman, R. D. Hickory, Ernest Higgins, Ida M Higgins, Roy C Hoag, H. C Hoover, Arthur H opt, Wm Hougan, G. House, Sam Howell, Ernest F Huffman, D. V Hughes, Wm. B Hummell, Alex « Humphrey, Mrs. Jennie Hunt, Elmer D. Hunter. Fred Hunter, W. 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L Johnson, Ira Johnson, John Johnson, Louis Johnson, Mrs. M Johnson & Monsos Johnston, L. E Jones, Lewis Jordan, Mrs. I. A Jordan, K. H Joiner, Chas. R Judge, Mrs. John H Jurisich, Dan Just, M. A Kain, Margaret Kangas, Willie Keller, Cleo C Kelly. E. W Kempen, John Kendall, C. O Kennedy, Walter E. King, James A Knowles, I^red Knowles, Geo Knutson. O. M Koeringr, Henry Kohnen, Wm. G. .... Klokotsones, James .. Klotenbrunn, Joseph Koski, Anton Kroft. F. W Kroner, Miss A Krug, Wm Kuhn, Chas. E Kush, Leo Lacourslere, Louis Lang, J. L. 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Dick May, C. W Meigs, W. H Meily, C. A Meinerding, W. C Merenz, Jean P Merritt, H. C Merritt, Chas. F Merritt, Otis F Metz, jess Middleton, John L Miller, Henrv H. Millions, M. H Milwaukee Cafe Minert, Mrs. August Mitchell, Chas. E Mitchell. T. J Mizner. Wm. N jWock, F. B Molshess, John T Mondick, Larry Monroe, Earl Monsos. S. O Mont.-Warrenton Dev. Co. Moran, John T Morey, Arthur Morgan, N. A Morris, W. G. Mudgett, L. R. Mulford, Edna Mullikin, William E Murray, Rose McBratney, Mrs. M. E. McCarthy, T. P McClure. C. IX, Jr ! McConville, Chester ! McCormack, J. A McCaughey, M. C i McCue, T. F I McCulloch, Thos j McCumber, L. C I McCune, Hal I McDevitt. John I McDonald, Agnes i McDonnell, Thos. J N. Nebel, Curt Nels, Frank Nelson, Frank A Nelson, O. B. Neudick. Anna L N. Y. Shoe Rep. Shop ... Nicholson, Chas. R Nicholson. Ike Nietert, W. J. Nightingale, Mrs. Ida ... Noble, Harvey R Norby, Fritz Northern Hide & Fur Co. O. 224.37 3.68 7.14 7.53 13.11 9.69 8.10 6.51 2.60 11.61 8.22 2.94 4.01 1.14 6.51 2 40 5.24 4.90 10.08 5.24 6.04 5.88 14.14 5.56 25.44 2.08 37.56 7.14 10.03 3.68 9.54 45.04 1.77 7.46 11.86 15.72 5.28 4.31 14.35 7.87 3.97 21.69 1.57 4.92 8.42 5.88 6.73 3.77 4.92 2.14 5.58 2.79 13.39 20.27 3.04 4.01 4.60 7.78 6.85 10.32 6.&5 4.94 13.30 11.63 6.83 20 21 14.14 53.45 5.56 6.20 4.31 3.97 15.74 10.58 3.81 1.77 7.78 12.23 4.35 7.56 3.97 16.37 9.37 21.65 29.80 7.78 3.77 I j ! ! j j I i I j i I ! ! j I i j j i ! j Oasis, The Oja, Victor O. K. Restaurant No. Oluich, Antonich Onstad & Hughes ... Osborne. Chas Osborne, O. M Ozark Club Palagi, Julius Palmer, Mrs. L. Pantilute, John Parsons, Ernest M. . Parsons, O. W Paulhus. S Payne, J. R Peck, D. B Penny, Cyril Pernot. Mrs. Mary .. Perry, David Perrv, Mrs. Jennie .. Peterson & Crooks .. Peterson, E. F 1 Peterson, G i Peterson. Miss G ; Peterson Herman ! Pettlgrew, V. Frank Pfeifle, Geo ! Phillppi, Theodore .. Phillips, W. E I Phippen, A. E i Pierce, C. V i Plaza. The I Poletto, Peter i Polutnik, Frank .... Porter, Bennett W. . ., i Poxieitner, Henry J. : Pratt. Geo. R ! Predovitch, John .... ; Preston, Frank I Puseman, Herman A. Quaid. D. D Quality Market Qualley, T. .1 Quick Lunch Quiett, Paul R. Rachkola, John Rainbow Garage. .... Ramos, James Ramsden, W. H Randall, Clara Randall, Lloyd Raplee, C". B Red Feather Regan, James Revill, May Reynolds, Edwin S. .. Rhea. Perry Richards, A. R Richards, Geo. W. . . Richards. John Richards, Wm Richard, Frances *T. Riley, Harry W Robertson, J. E Robertson, P. A. .... Robinson, Jessie .... Robinson. Mrs. R. B. Rodgers, V. W Roe, Floyd E Roe, Lulu Rogers, Elmer B. .... Roraback. J. W Rose Taxi Co Ross. Arthur Rounds. Chas. J Roy, Wm. A s. Sanders. Clagat Sanders, J. E Sands, Matt, Saner, Arthur Sankovich, Jack .. ! Sargent, C. A ; Sawyer, Richard .. I Schaac, Nicholas . i Schenk, Frank .... j Schneider, Joseph . ' Schomer. F. A j Schwartz, Alex .... I Schwerdt, Mike C. ! Schwobel, Geo I Scott, W. J I Sether. Percy ! Seweli. Emma j Shaffer. Joe I Shankin, Marvin J. ißhavey, G. G j Shaw. Arthur ; Shaw, M. E. ! Shibe, J. A i Shields, Dan I Shoemaker. E. S. . ; Siemers, Edward .. Signori, Victor Sisson, Allen Skero, Albert Skrzypek, Victoria Sljujo, Barlsa Smith, C. D Smith, Henrv A. .. Smith, J. O Smith, Maude Smith, R. E Smith, Mrs. Susie . Smith, S. I fcmith, W. B Snell, Edna Soiem, Edward .... Spearman, Fred E. Sprague, C. W Staats, Mrs Staats. Mrs. Mary Stablgin, Bessie ... Stark, Wm Starkovich, Cecelia Stearns, Wm. H. .. Stefni. L Stetson, F. F Stevens, R. E Stimpert, Adam ... Stoddard, J. F Stroder, E. P Sturge, Tlios Sullivan, Mra. X. .. 101.87 6.65 12.23 5.24 42.84 7.78 19. s4 4.75 6.77 5.88 4.31 3.97 7.69 4.66 14 01 6.51 4 60 4.69 2.40 23.74 30.02 4.60 4.25 2.91 4.94 17.30 4.60 3.97 5.88 6.51 15.12 30.20 3.97 33.82 13 21 26.52 3.34 3.04 74.61 7.14 9.05 33.62 12.36 36.06 8.12 5.78 26.03 6.95 12.86 21.07 6.20 4 92 14.43 9.05 9.40 7.78 1.46 15.70 30.46 8.42 7.7S 7.14 5.24 1.38 16.49 4.31 3 68 9.05 7.14 8.12 6.31 5.88 58.58 4.60 7.14 5.22 10.16 6.26 3.26 31.28 10.00 10.32 10.96 5.24 6.48 15.02 7.14 9.39 7.73 3.94 19 21 9.69 2.40 3.73 15.89 9.06 19.34 14.01 4.31 11.47 8.10 9.71 6.23 8.42 8.84 9 08 4.37 7.14 4.74 9.05 6.53 4 60 10.03 12.77 3.97 3.04 8.76 6.22 2.72 3.68 6.22 4 .94 18.12 5.37 13.83 4.70 21.11 6.85 22.51 4.94 10.96 i3.82 3.04 i j j j : i i ; ' ! j ; i i ; ! i ! \ j ! ! I i i j j i ! j ! ! ! Suprowich, Chas 3.14 SwanstrOm, Arthur 16.37 Swartz. Albert 6.21 Sweeney, Thos. C 5.28 Swertzberg, Harry 9 69 Syverson, F. S 4.60 Tarr, Ed E 5.24 Tausch, Theodore 6.69 Terry, John L 3.97 Thatheim, Erwin 2.40 Thompson, Joseph .5.88 Thompson, W. E 6.85 Thompson, W. F., Jr 12.86 Thorson, Ben 2.45 Tinjum, John 3.26 Tintinger, Fred A 6.88 Toms, C. W 2.40 Tracy, Mrs. Regina 3.68 Trainor, J. P 4 28 Trickier, Mrs. E. J 17.08 Tripp, Royal C 9.40 Troup, Omar T 37.03 Tucker, Chas. E 1.77 Tuott, L. C 5.58 Turner, Jesse T 2.40 Turner. Mildred 24.19 Tuss, August 6.67 Tyler, M. E 3.04 Ulmer, Gus V. Vadnais. Omer J Van Denover. Chester T Van Dusen, H. A Varalli, Biagi Vaughn Hotel Vizzutti, Joe W. Wade, James Wahl, Emil Waidenberg, Wm. Walker, Frank Walker, Ray H Walker, Richard Walker, Dr. Thos. F Ward, B. Watson, Christ Watson, N. H I Weatherwax, Fred C Weidner, P. L Weimer, S. E Weir, J. A Weisman. Louis Welch, H. C Welch, J. F Wells, Edward A j Wells, Jule A ! Wheeler, Wallace ! Whinnery, A, L j Whipporwill Mining Co White, Earl T j Whittall, Richard I Widner, F. B i Wigfield, Ben I Williams Bros j Williams, Mrs. D. P i Williams, Ernest J I Williams, M. C ! Williams, R. E ! Wilson, Chas, A j Wilson, C. J. I Wilson, Edward B i Wilson, H. R j Wilson, W. H j Wolf, Jerry J Wölk, Isadore W Wood, Walter A i Woodward, H. C ! Wright, M. N j Wunderlich, Geo. Wylie, S. M. Wymond, E. P 5.18 11.60 6.51 9.15 76.81 6.08 6.59 14.42 3.68 9.47 23.66 10.03 138.96 7.74 3.36 5.49 10.00 8.74 3.97 8.31 11.16 17.07 7.84 12.36 5.88 5.88 4.31 4.99 6.51 3,04 18.73 5.24 12.45 2.40 3.04 10.03 25.56 12.86 25.56 3.68 4.31 5 88 23.04 9.69 i ; 2.40 Zettel, Philip Zurich, Mike Z. 19.08 5.58 i Office of the County Treasurer. Cascade j County, Montana, December 27th, 1920. j Notice is hereby given that the fore j going list contains the names of persons : and a description of the real property, i which is delinquent for taxes, due the i county of Cascade, city of Great Falls, ; city of Neihart, city of Belt and city of ' Cascade, and also the amount of per sonal taxes, due from said persons to the said county of Cascade, and the above mentioned cities, for the year 1920 with the amount of taxes, penalties and costs due opposite each name and de scription. Unless the taxes so delinquent, as afore said, together with costs and penalties, are paid, the real property upon which the taxes are a lien will be sold at public auction, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., on the 20th day of January, 1921, in front of the county treasurer's office of said county. The foregoing list also contains per sonal taxes due and delinquent and ow ing from persons who are assessed with personal propertv alone and no real es tate, the amount of taxes due from each such person owing the same placed oppo site the name of each such person, with the costs and percentages. Given under my hand this 24th day of December, A. D. 1920. FRED C. AXDRETTA. County Treasurer. London Communists Observe Anniversary of Russian Soviet London.— (Correspondence of The 1 Associated Press. )—Under the tolerant! but watchful eyes of the English police j the third anniversary of the Russian j soviet republic was commemorated in ; London and some provincial centers by communist meetings, at which cheers j were raised for Lenine and the social j revolution. The biggest demonstration was held j at the Albert hall, in London, under the j auspices of the "Hands Off Russia" j committee and the British communist i party, and the speakers included the ! former Colonel C. L. Malone, member of parliament, and Cathal O'Shannon, of the Irish communist party. One resolution called upon the coun- j cil of action to send an ultimatum to the j government demanding peace with Uns sia by a certain date; failing which, there would be a national strike. One of Malone's statements was to the effect that soviet Russia had raised 4.000,000 rubles for the Sinn Fein; but Cathal O'Shannon later said this money had not yet been received in Ireland. All the speakers said they wanted a revolution at the earliest possible mo ment, but they admitted that "the Brit ish workers were the greatest obstacles to revolution." Returns From Poland W •w.P Fuller But recently returned after a year in devastated Poland, Mrs. AV. Palmer Ful ler Jr., of San Francisco, wife of the di rector of the American relief in Poland, tells of the frightful conditions in that country. During her stay Mrs. Fuller was inspector of the city of Warsaw and its environs for the relief committee. She also directed the feeding of almost 200, 000 half-tarved Polish kiddies. The cabbage rose was cultivated in early times. j Hargrove's for Quality. No Man Can Jump Into the New Year Ahead of His Neighbor Old Father time tends to that—He starts us all out on the stroke of twelve—but— ROME MEN WILL BE A FULL MILE AHEAD OF THEIR COMPANIONS BEFORE THE NEW YEAR IS SIN HOURS OLD. And a new suit, a new hat and a new overcoat will strengthen any man's chances of becoming suc cessfully chummy with 1921. So now is the time to do your heavy work—step out with full speed ahead. $35, $45 and $55. Buys such big values here in suits and overcoats that when com pared to the ordinary run of things -—reallly deserves a full page to announce them. Start the New Year right. Turn on the juice—tak'er out of low—pass intermediate standing still and throw'er into high. You're the boy that ca,a do it— and a new suit, a new overcoat ambition and power. and a new hat will furnish the Get them today. Hargrove's The Shop for Father and Son. 314 Centrai Ave. California and Ohio Squads Con fident of Victory in Pasa dena Contest. Pasadena, <'alif.. Dec. 26.—Both the university of California and the Ohio State football squads rested Sunday, re ceived friends and admirers collectively and individually, and prepared to get down to hard practice Monday for their game at Tournament field here New Year's day. The Ohio players report no difficulty in a eel' m a ting themselves while those from Berkeley are naturally quite at home. _ While the Bears say nothing to indi cate over confidence, football experts and sport writers of Pasadena and Los Angeles are agreed their appearance states plainly their ability "to take care of themselves in anybody's game." The Buckeye players are receiving much attention from former residents of Ohio and former students of the Big Teu are planning to give them abundant encouragement during the game. Tickets are far too few to meet the demand, officials of the tournament de claring they could have sold three times the number available. Secret practice will be the rule of both teams. Riflemen Will Talk on Game Protection To discuss legislation for game pro tection proposed by the Power City Gun club here the Great Falls Rifle club will hold a special meeting at the range in the Davenport building Tuesday eve ning at. 8 o'clock. According to leaders of (he Rifle club, it is probable that the organization will act favorably on most of hte measures proposed by the Power City club. About a dozen teams for rifle compe tition during the coming month will be organized at the Tuesday meeting. A schedule will also be arranged for the month's matches. There are about 60 members in the club from which the dozen teams will be organized Women's Home Missionary j Society of M. E. Church (Jets Most From Detroit. Chicago.—-(Correspondence of the As sociated Press.)— -Eleven million, nine hundred thirty-six thousand, and four hundred pennies were collected during the year in the small paper mite boxes, three inches square, of the W om en s home missionary society of the Metho dist Episcopal church, according to a statement by Mrs. H. S. Earle, Detroit. Mich., secretary of the mite box depart ment. The pennies amounted to SI 10,.'164. The gross total of all the receipts of the society were $2,501 ,. r >04, and of this amount $11!>,.'S64 were in pennies—an increase of 0(H),2!'S pennies this year. Detroit is in first place with $7,008: West Ohio second, with $6.502: North Indiana third with $0.017 : North East Ohio, fourth with S">.'140: R ; ek River, in cluding Chicago, fifth with $5,230. At the Sap Francisco training school, | $200 in pennies were put in service mite boxes- Forty-six dollars and thirty cents came from Honolulu. The mite boxes in l'orto Rico collected $85. and the girls in the orphanage contributed $15 in pennies. The Kansas City tniin ing school for nurses and deaeonessfes collected $10.75. There is also an increase of 75.. '.07 members, making a grand total member ship of 361,463. Forty conferences report that orter $1,000 have been collected in pennies tin each conference, by the women. f The officers of the society are: > 1/ r s . Wilbur P. Thirkield. president. bridge, Mass.; Mrs. May Leonard Wood ruff. corresponding secretary, AliewJale, N. J.; Mrs. D. D. Thompson, recording secretary, Evanston, 111.; and M r r s - Wprd Piatt, trcusurer, East Aurora, N- M 1 f i , ! ; ; Drives 100 Miles Without Stop 1 at Rate Of 71 Miles an Hour. Iîakersfield, Calif., Dec. 26. —Iro Vail broke the world's automobile racing rec ord for 100 miles on the one mile dirt track here Sunday, winning what was billed as "the dirt track world champion ship" from Roscoe Searles and Eddie Hearne. Vail' s time was 1:2S:1S 3-5. The for mer record was l:2i):17, established last year by Eddie Hearne at Phoenix, Ariz. Vail won easily, Sarles, winner of the Los Angeles speedway race, being forced to drop out on th 27th lap with engine trouble and Hearne being forced out on the 10th Jap when a broken piston was driven through his crank case. Vail drove the entire 100 miles without a stop. Automobile officials here also believe that Vail established new records for the 25, 50 and 75 miles marks over a mile dirt track. His 25 miles time was 22:20 4-5; the 50 miies was made in 45:04 and the 75 miles in 66:57 2-5. His average speed was 71 »miles an hour and many miles were clocked in 49 or 50 seconds. The track record is 40 2-5 sec onds. held by Barney Oldfield, who paced Sunday's start. , I ' Basketball Contest with Billings off, Says Coach Crouch Coach M. L. Crouch of the high school has received word that a basketball game cannot be played between the Great Falls high school team and Billings high school, owing to a conflict in the dates on the schedules of the two schools Mr. Crouch had planned to take the Great Falls team to Billings but a social event there prevents such an arrange ment. The Billings game is considered one of the largest games of the season and those interested in Great Falls high school athletics had hoped the home team would have a chance to meet the Billings aggregation this year. Last year Great Falls defeated Billings by a score of 21-20. LIEUT A. W. SMITH WINS 60 MILE AIR HANDICAP Long Beach, Calif., Dec. 26.—Lieu tenant" A. W. Smith, of Marsh field, won the (10 mile handicap race, the feature of the second day of the national winter air tournament ht >re, flying the distance in 3."? minutes, 37 seconds. Iiis handi cap was 18 minutes, 1*0 seconds. There was a field of 17 starters, 16 of whom finished. Tilden to Represent America in Challenge Round for Davis Cup Auckland, X. % . Dec. 26.—William T. Tilden, II. of Philadelphia, the world's singles tennis champion, apd William M. Johnston, of California, former champion of tile United States, will represent the American team, and Gerald L. Patterson of Australia, former world's champion, and Horace E. Brooks, also of Australia, and former British champion, will repre sent Australia in the challenge round of play for the Davis cup on December 2S Both teams have made the most of re cent good weather for the practice and all players are in fine fettle. 75 Skaters Turn Out When First Good Ice Covers Gibson Lake About 75 turned out Sunday for the first g«od skating of the year on Gibson lake. The snow was scraped off early in the afternoon and the ice is about six inches thick and exceptionally smooth. There is a small house on the south end of the lake where skaters may change their skates and get warm. A stove has been installed. The river is not. frozen over yet but if c»ld weather continues, it. will be in a few days. There has been no skating on any part, of the river this year because of the frail ice. BOLSHEVIST MONEY USED IN PEKiN: OPIUM SECURITY. Pekin, Nov. 13.—(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)—Bolshevik cur rencey secured by stocks of opium in Semiryechensk, one of the provinces in Russian Turkestan, has made its ap pearance in Pekin. The opium was seized by bolshevik authorities from those of the old imperial government, and amounts to some thousands of pounds. KAUFMAN'S YEAR END CLEAN-UP SALE Starts This Morning at 8:00 nniu'T u/s it I THERE wllL BE N0 UUn I IÏHII : FURTHER REDUCTIONS If They But Knew If every man within this town , And through the country, too, ! Knew what was best in clothes for mea I'll tell you what they'd do. They everyoiue would trade with me, T Z ÄS b«t In all that's best in clothe». I buy the best at prices right, And sell at prices fair, So everyone who trades with me Sure gets a bargain rare. You never heard a man yet say That he was stucky by me. Because I sell the best for less— That beats them all, you see. We are actually giving the best values in Men's Clothing in Great Falls, bar none, and the public is commencing to know it. Our suit business alone has al I most doubled, and it is going to keep on ' growing. Dhy shouldn't it? We handle only good standard made merchandise at the right price. canari ^fyfohghcisitj The Home of the Union Label Raushar High Gun at Regular Shoot of Trap Artists Breaking 92 per cent of the 50 clay pidgeons shot at. Ad Raushar was high man at the regular trapshoot of the Power City Gun club Sunday. Hi a score entitled him to the gun club silver but ton given to high man in each of the shoots. W, R. Wilcoxson, with 88 per cent, was second, and P. H. Woodberry was third with 86 per cent. Other scores were: A. A. Montgomery, 68 per cent: D. D. Dietz, 66 per cent; E. C. Long enecker, 64 oer cent and John Thomp son. 64 »ier cent. M. Carpenter, organizer for the Montana State Sportsmen's association, will be here Wednesday to address Great Falls sportsmen on fish and game pro tective measures and methods of increas ing the game supply. He will talk under the auspices of the Power City Gun club at the Park hotel banquet room at 8 o'clock in the evening. The Power City club has extended to all Great Falls men interested in game pro tection an invitation to attend the meet ing whether they are members of the club or not. At noon Mr. Carpenter will speak at the regular meeting of the Rotary club. Nevada Eleven Beats Hawaii University at Honolulu 14 to 0 Honolulu. T. H., Dec- 25.—The uni versity of Nevada defeated the university of Hawaii, 14 to 0. here Sunday, in th® first, football game ever played between the Honolulu team and an eleven from the mainland. Nevada's forward passing was a feature. Bowling Teams Book Match Games Tonight A bowling match between the teams oï "Bis Bill" Pretheway and Jim Moort* will be put on at. the Black Eagle club alleys tonight (Monday). The winning team will receive a box of cigars from the club. There will be threa men on each team. Pretheway's team to com prise Flynn. Tryon and Pretheway, ami Moore's "team to be composed of Steck, Lesner and Moore. Forest fires of past decades have done much to diminish the forest wealth of Nova Scotia. A \! G. Karcher Co. 20% Tailors and Haberdashers 21S Central Phone 6335 DISCOUNT OU MEN 'S FURNISHINGS Appropriate for gifts to meu are the many arti cles offered at 20 Per Cent below regular prices. Come in!