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Every buyer Jumper Was Leeated -at v. Cassette**-, and Squared Accounts When Ar raigned in The, PERFECTLY SIMPLE SIMPLY PERFECT of Court. i with* jumping a board Milt of 137.05, Gus Daniel son was arrest ed at Casselton last night by Deputy Sheriff Ross and brought to this city t.hl» morning. He was arraigned be fore Judge Ryan in the police court. "How much ia the bill?" asked the defendant. Th& enurl figured and then, replied: "It will cost you just $40.4r to square yourself with the proprietor of the Now Fargo .house and the officers." Dantelson reached into his "pocket, and drew forth a roll which tie could hardly hold in one hand. "I've got $480.70 left," he said" after he had paid. had received a remittance the day before from the old country.* Ole Johnson was arrested yesterday al^er he had haunted the police sta tion for several hours in an effort to secure the release of u friend. He was charged- with drunkenness. This morning he pleudfd, guilty and paid a fine of 56. .., ... Gum Campbell came here from Jamestown to setnire a job as cook. He fell by the wayside last night and has no recollection of being escorted to the police station. He pleaded Ur' WoLE I01MENT5.46 -j -*v •kf- a Haxwell A TOURING CAR $1,450. TOURABOUT $780. Maxwell cars are sold under the positive guarantee that as good a car can not be sold at a lower price is a Maxwell enthusiast, and references are yours for the asking. Sample machine at 410 N. P. Avenue, Fargo, N. D. HUGH McDONALD, State Agent, Valley City, N. D. In the Wake of the Paint Brush goes economy, cleanliness, liealthfulness and good judgment. The touch of the brush here and there, making new some old familiar furniture, pro longing its life and usefulness,all at so little cost tlwt it's hardly wvrtb talk ing about, is almost magical in its operation. In the springtime, t«o, W E N Y O U E A N O U S E is perhaps the most appropriate time for a little renewing and renovating, U E S U E O Y O U A E I A S Wc recommend the Heath 5c Milltsan Paints. Broadway. 1*0 U "JL" & FOUT£KFI CLD Phone 445. Thco. Hamin Brew BOARD BILL WAS PAID necessity IS a ccKse of fy is one. I he advantages of Storing Furs with Practical Fur riers are apparent, and we call your attention to our perfect facilities te remind y^u of tj^ necessity fpr caring for your NEW Bum Bottled and on draught Knauss-Scott. A v« ry pleasant and ull^Rtlftt^Rbus event occurred at the home of Rev. und Mrs. P. A. Scott, 409 Seventh ave nue north, Saturday at 4 p. m. when their eldest daughter. Miss Lillian A. Scott was united in marriage to John Y. Knauss of Lakota. W. E. Scott, brother of the bride, acted as grooms man and Miss Meta Myrtle Scott, cou sin of the bride, as bridesmaid. The ceremony was performed by Rev. P. A. Scott, Ph. B., fath^rof the bride, only immediate relatives of the contract ing parties being present. Those from a distance were L. A. Scott and Miss Meta M. Scott of Napanee. Ont., uncle and cousin, respectively of the bride. After a very dainty wedding dinner the happy couple took the 6 o'clock passenger for their future home in I .akot a. tuay for Your Wife. Make the burden of wash-day an easier one for your wife. Rid her of its hard back-breaking toil. Save all the extra expenses for fire, starch, soap, etc. Cut out all the mess and bother usually connected with Mon day. How? By giving the family wash ing to us to do. We will wash, starch and dry it for 6 cents a pound, or we will finish same at a reasonable cost. Dixon Laundry Co. 'Phone 666. PRESERVE YOUR FURS f|The increasing value of ftir garments malfes the question of & s*?ra£e, a1^ preservation' during Rammer a very vital WE INSURE YOUR FURS against all losses. Receipts arc given for any article left in our care, which give you full security for your valuable gar ments. Furs called for and delivered. Phone 615-L, JOSEPH PINRUS EDWARDS BLOCK, FARGO, N. D. CHISELED INTO BEAUTIFUL MEMORIALS GRANITE AND A large assortment on the ground. We inscribe the required epitaph and decorate to suit. Mark tin flutrated trave of your departed friend. II catalogue free, or our rep rescntative will call on you anv where if you send us a postal card, with address. Write today. Fargo Marble and Granite Works Geo* Carufel, Prop. K«*iiey Block, Fargo, fj'. Calumet .t .... Grand Forks Winnipeg 9 4 5 I Kargo '. The score: Fargo— Mehl, 2b Stripp, c.. .. Rose, i Dolan, lb Edwards, cf ... Fitzgerald, ss. Donovan, 3b.. Walters, rf Fink, Hanson, .. Totals .. Duluth Livingston, Gruebner, O'Dea lb.. Barto, cf.. HcCormick, Lovett, 3b.. liUdwig, If,. jUdams, c.V Tread \ttay,' *p it os.i. guilty to a charge of drunkenness and telegraphed home for money pay a line of $f. -argo .. acore: i io THB FARGO FORITM AND DAITA REPUBLICAN^' TriCSDAV" EVHNING, MAY 2!), 1 DOG."" Mffth-pop Standing. P. W. L. Pet. 10 8 800 Houghton 9 9 S fi(I7 Duluth.. 1 0 6 4 600 a 1 4 4 4 7 3 4 4 2 9 1 Hancock 9 8 6 .333 I Lake Linden .. 2 7 2 2 2 FARGO LOST TOE FIRST Ouluth Twirler Was Stingy With His Hits—Fink Taken Out of the Game. Duluth, May 28.—Nothing but Gru ebner's errors saved Fargo from a shut out, in the opening game on the Ouluth grounds yesterday afternoon. Treadway .was in magnificent form, aside from a tendency to wildness, and he allowed but two hits, Mehl's double In the first inning, and Rose's triple in the sixth. He was given perfect support by all the fielders but Gruebner, who fell down badly, and was responsible for all three of Far go's runs. In spite of cold weather, and the counter attraction of a circus, the game was witnessed by about 2,000 enthusiastic fans. The pennants of 1904 and 1905 were hoisted amid loud cheering from the bleachers, and Mayor Cullum threw the first ball over the plate. APR POA E 1 1 5 1 0 6 1 1 0 14 0 0 rf 0 ..31 8 2 24 4 A O A E 2 4 3 3 4 s v 4 8 •yy* fit' 2 Totals.. .. a Score by innings: Duluth'' yv.*',1 10A°°1-flf Peggers Skinned. Grand Forks ..010100 0 2 «r-4 4 2 Winnipeg .. ..1 00000000-^-1 4 4 Batteries—Grand Forks, Fogarty and Ott Winnipeg, Stout and Voss. Summlrjl^ Tl^or'fcase hits,. Lovettjfilhe team as they have three important O'Dea, Mehl three-base hits, RosrjJtames sch^dijjed. „XMyMUX ty, Fer«ua Jiome run«-*ttrnebner sfco^rbasesj Falls for a "game "with the- Lutheran Gruebner, Lovett, Rose 2„ Dolan pollego Jimp 4 meet the A. C. team in bases on balls, off Treadway 5, off another contest June 6 and on June Fink 4, Hanson 1 struck out, by 0 will play a return, game with Con Treadway 5, by Hanson 4 time 1:40. tordia. Umpire Andersqn. .. r• A unique Grand Forks, N. D„ May 29.—'The locals won from Winnipeg yesterday i afternoon by making more hits and 'ege at Fergus Falls 4 to 0 lat playing a better game. TJie score: ^he Lutherans won from Concordia, R.H. E. Bin Score. Calumet, Mich., May 29.—Yester day's game at Calumet was a comer lot exhibition, Calumet winning 10 to t. It might have been a good game of the hit and run style but for Calu mets poor work in the field. Both teams batted hard, Calumet carrying off the honors and sending Kiel to the bench. Lelivelt was also touched up for many safeties. The score: R. H. E. Lake Linden 1 4 1 1 0 011 0— 9 11 Calumet .. .1« 3 3 0 1 1 0 1—10 16 7 Batteries—Lake Linden, Kiel, Leli velt and Wegman Calumet, Morrison and Leahy. Hancock Won Again. v 1 Houghton .» /.l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 8~'wlil Maroons Won. 1 The Fargo Maroons defeated the Co team on "the former's grounds by a *iore pf 12 to ,11. The battepies were. Fields and Embretson for Co. B, Van Vleck and Lunden. A woman worried un til she gets wrinKles, then worries because she has them. Ifahe a K e s o i s e i RocKy Mountain Tea she would have nei ther. Bright, smiling face follows its use. 35 cent®, Te* or leis.' Fout (& Porter- i e n & I ere made and none df them costly. The score: Batteries—Lake Linden, Newcomb and Wegman for Hancock, Rogers and Stewart. More Men for Ptf, Grand Forks, N. D., May 29.—Lefty Hanson, who played with Superior last year, and Hayes, who played with Independent teams at Auburn, Ind., will join Winnipeg here. Hanson was secured from Bloomington, la., on a trade in which Pitcher Green figured. King, a shortstop from Auburn, will jfrlso join the Maroons here. McGin Ws, a Killarney player, is now with Winnipeg. Fessenden Won. Fessenden, N. D., May 29.—Fessen den defeated Anamoose on the Ana moose grounds, by a score of 10 to 3. The feature of the game being the heavy hitting of the Fessenden team, also the work of Gilchrist in the box. Batteries—Gilchrist and Smith Feruoyle and McFadden. Gilchrist fpr Fessenden struck out 15 men and inly allowed 5 hits. Mayville Races. Mayville, N .D„ May 29.—The For um recently published an article about racing circuits and towns in the state, but omitted Mayville—left us off the may. That was a mistake, Mayville this year will have one of the best race meets in the state, and the three previous ones were highly successful. Our fair and race dates are July 11 and 12. Purses amounting to $2,150 are offered, the largest we have ever hung up. W. H. Robinson is presi lijdent, Eugene Larin, secretary of the 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 0, I 0 association. The Mayville track is one of the fastest and best kept in the state. FARGO COLLEGE TEAHfe Trip Made and 27 13 f. Lint up the Anetft Championship. The Fargo college baseball team left 0 today for a trip to Hope and Page, inhere they will meet the teams rep presenting the athletic clubs of the £two towns in diamond contests this ftltfternoon Wednesday. The team £!pd not go in its full strength for "g Wilson concluded to remain at home '*2fnd Schmidt has injured his finger so severely that he is unable to play. The fc-est are in good trim, however, and 4 they expect to win both games. Lak- 7ile 0 0 4 2 0 1 0 0 and. Auringer will do the pitching .. **for Fargo during the trip. Next week will be a busy one for situatkn3.has thensame. The Minnesota down to the score of 3 to p. developed in the contest for the local college cham pionship.' doncordia has won one £ame from Fargo by a score of 10 to Fargo defeated the Lutheran col- so that no team has yet the right to Claim supremacy over any other. Coach Grogan says that if he can win the three games he has scheduled for next week he will claim the champion ship for Fargo. THE U AND THE A. C. Jwo Baseball Games Are to Be ed Here Tomorrow. iine-up Hancock, Mich., May 29.—Hancock won from Houghton yesterday in a vell-played game. Both Hopkins and corresponding number of the A. C. ag Beecher ^pitched good bail, keeping firregatlon. he hits well scattered. There were "R. H. E.j A return game with the university be Hancock ,00 0 0 0 1 1 00-^2 7 P. Monday. It is anticipated that the Batteries—Hdttftftton, Beecher and Smith Hancock, Hopkins and Stew art. 3 Lake Linden 7t Hancock £. Houghton, Mich., May 29.—Lake Linden won from Hancock Sunday in a 7 to 5 game in which Rogers of Hancock was hit freely, 14 safe ones being secured. Both teams played well in the field. Only a few errors Play- Athletic relations have again been resumed by the university and agri Cultural college since the trouble over basketball last winter. Tomorrow the baseball aggregations of the two in stitutions will meet on the league park 2 diamond for two championship games, jt»ne at 10:30 a. m. and the second at |2:30 p. m. The games promise to be Very good exhibitions of the sport as ioth teams seem to be very evenly natehed this season. Several familiar lames, however, in the university would indicate that most of the members on that team have had imore experience in the game than a The no earned runs, the errors coming at 1 excellent impression on the diamond critical times on both sides. Hast- jso fav this season and last Friday at ing's work in center field for Hough- Minneapolis held the university of ton wai'a f$ature -«f agricultural college has made an Played at Grand Forks next university team will be accompanied tomorrow by a good sized bunch of rooters, and at the agricultural col lege it is announced that the students are organizing to lend their enthusias tic support from the bleachers when •the return game is played with the Porkers.! The A. C. line-up will be as follows: Van Horn, c. j' i Nelson or Andrews p. Sattre, lb. j. Lofthouse, 2b. /. i Haskins, 3b. .. Murphy, rf. Sllngsby Ueland If.* o Anders on m. M'GOVERN OUTFOUQHT SRITT. Th« Californian Did Not &how up Strong-—Both Arrested. New York, May 29.—The McGov urn-Britt fight in Madison Square Garden last night went the full ten rounds. No decision was given un der the rules, but McGovern, accord ing to many of those present, had the better of the eontesst. Deputy Police Commissioners Ma (hot and Wallace caused the arrest of Terry McGovern, James Edward Britt, Manager Harry Pollock, Referee Tim Hurst and eleven others at Madison Square Garden concert hall on a FARGO, FRIDAY ©CIRCUSES were E Lake Linden .f 2 0 0 1 0 0 2—7 14 2 Hancock .. ...« 0.3 0 1 0 1 0 0—5 6 3 CONSOLIDATED JHE Rir. SHOWOr LIKE THIS WAS EVER \V\ SEEN BEFORE IN YOUR CITY 2 AD charge of conducting and participat ing in a prize light. YESTERCJ^Y'S SCORE** American League. All games postponed. Nat icnal League. Chicago 4, Boston 2. Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 3. St. Louis 5, New York 4. American Association. St.'Paul 2, Milwaukee 4. Louisville 7, Toledo 9. Minneapolis 1, Kansas City 5. Columbus 4, Indianapolis 6. Baseball Notes. 11 look*" like Pitcher Fink has fail ed to make good. He lost the full ^ame he pitched in Fargo. At Win nipeg, Finnegan was sent In In the seventh inning to save the day, and at Duluth yesterday Hanson was sent in to finish a game Fink had started. He came highly recommended and may yet make a showing. if he can round to. The most notable weakness In the team is in the twirling staff and that department needs bolstering. Man ager Camltseh has been after some good men and may land one or two throwers In a day or two. Efforts are being made to secure an outfielder, who is said to be as good a hitter as Rose. The Fargo bunch were evidently buffaloed yesterday—securing only two hits. Gruebner helped Fargo some—with four infractions. a O'Dea played first for his Duluth bunch, made two hits, one for two sacks, and played a perfect fielding gatne—pretty good for a man, who is reported to have broken a finger in the last Winnipeg game. 4 Gate City Gun Club. The Gate City Gun club will hold a programme shoot Wednesday, May 30, at 3 p. m., at their grounds west of the Northern Pacific roundhouse, and all local nimrods are cordially invited. 1 The programme is as follows Event Number Entrance. I. 10 targets.*. -.50 g. 15 targets. 75 DOUBLE. HERD of SIBERIAN CAMIELS and DROMEDARIES GENUINE POLAR OR ICE BEARS. BENCAL TIGRESS AND BABIES 8 OPEN DENS OF TRAINED BEASTS—3 HUGE CIRCUS RINGS STARTLING AERIAL ARTISTS—30 NOVEL MID-AIR ACTS %0 CLOWNS—A SINGING, LAUGHING LOT OF FUN-MAKERS 40 BEN HUR HERD OF ARABIAN STALLIONS Steeds of the Black Eagle Feather W". Best Trained Horse* Beautiful, Bewitching Toy I and 10,000 SEATS FOR 10,000 PEOPLE AT 10 A. VI. EACH MORNINO YOU WILL 8KE THK MOST GORGEOUS NEW FREE STREET PARADE Nearly i,ooo PEOPLE AND ANIMALS Actually Participating In this Glorious Spectacular, Romantic Pageant and Tremendoua Free Public Display A SERIES OF GRAND FREE OUTSIDE EXHIBITIONS TAKE PLACE ON THE CIR CUS GROUND IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE PARADE. EVERYBODY INVITED. Will Exhibit, Rain or Shine, Under the Largest Waterproof Tents Ever Con structed. Doors Open i and 7 p. m. Performances Commence 2 and 8 p.m. EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHERE 'o Fsrp, FrhfCJ m. 10 target*-•. ,'JLpO IB targets.. 3.|.f/vf 1.25 10 targets V'. ,,25 15 targetfc Tot^i PurftAH will be divided ihto four equal monies. The state association ..practice shoot will beheld Wednesday afterhoon at the Gate City club grounds instead of the association grounds. Wisconsin Proud of Her Rats. New york Tribune: State prld* takes strange forms. Wisconsin notes that more rats than" ever before ftre being caught within *her borders. She attributes this fact to the in creased production of cheese. JUNE 1 QMFNAGFRIES .T 1000 People—108 Gages and Tableaux SMALLEST BRUTE ACTORS—THE BRAVEST TRAINERS 100- IMPERIAL AMAZING ACTS-100 10-GHAMPI0N BAREBACK RIDERS-10 K REGIMENT OF ACTORS-II KINDS OF MUSIC HERDS OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS Trick Ponlas (Real Lhri ONS) Amusa the CltMren Trained Especially to M00RHEAD NEWS. Judge Baxter Is presiding in the dis trict otourt now. Late yesterday after noon A verdict of guilty in the case, of tjje state vs. Martin was rendered. The defendant was charged with stealing clothing from the Hub in Moorhoad. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Da now, Mrs. J. V. Godfrey and son Vernon, and Mrs. E. M. Darrow will form a party which will leave Wednesday morning for Boston. Dr. Darrow goes to attend the meeting of the American Medical so ciety, and the ladies will visit relatives and friends in the vicinity of Boston. Mrs. Arthur Young and .children. Winnipeg are visiting relatives-. iO Moorhead and Fargo. Political Miracle in Russia. New York Evening Post: If the douiua is lyuleniably meeting under a cloud it falls nearly in the realm ot political miracles that it should be' meeting at all. Whoever, three years' ago, dared predict that a Russian par llament was to assemble on any terras would have passed for a lunatical op timist. Accordingly, it is the part of wisdom not to dtfell too much upon the niggardliness of the new funda mental law nor even upon unseason able repression by the czar or divided counsels among the reformers. All these things were to be expected and it is more profitable to fix one's hope upon the momentous fact that a popu larly elected legislature is actually in sesion in St. Petersburg today. Im mediate results may seem small, but the moment the czar receives the dele gates he gives up a portion of his pow er that probably no czar will ever be able to reclaim. Haw is labf Teiay? Better, thank you. In tact, quite well. Fat, round and full of life and mischief. Pink and white flesh, dotted with dimples. No cough, no xndigiea tion. All on account o! 2 h* Cod Livtr Oii Emulsion "Par Hxctlttnet." 'Administered by a mother whose love was tempered with common sense. She knows that OZOMULSION is a fountain of energy for grown-ups, too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble folk it is the chief nourisher at life's feast. It cures Conmmiotion when taken in time. All druggists sell it. Th«r« are two aires—8-0*. and 18-oz. Bottlest the tormul* is printed ia 7 languages on OZOMULSION LABORATORIES N Pine St., New York. I 1. '•A ,'V ••sj th A?'