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North.-Cop 8tandin£ P. w. Pet." Winnipeg •. 38 25 n 652 Calumet 40 26 it .650 HoiiKhton .... 39 23 16 .589 Duluth 42 22 20 .523 Fargo 42 20" 22 476 Hancock ..... .\ ..44 20 24 .454 Lake Lfedqat 15 V .357 (5 rand Forks 33 9 24 .273 FARGO LOST FINE GAME Only One Run Made in a Swell Base Ball Game Yesterday Afternoon. Duluth Won* But for Rose's wild heave to third In the second yesterday Fargo and Du luth might have still been playing that postponed game. Both McMillan and Tread way were FQRbo O OOt-orrt Dolan gets the high ones and hangs onto the bag with his Trilby. In rare form and each seemed to have a rabbit foot at critical stages of the game. The fielding features were a circus catch by Mehl of O'Dea's long fly in the first. The abbreviated left hander fell down when he started for the sphere but was able to keep his eye on the ball and recover in time to nail it. In the ninth Donovan beat out a hit by Lovett and threw the white sox shortstop out to Dolan by an eye lash In a pretty piece of work. The only run of the game came in second. MeCormiek led with tc safe swat and was forced at the middle by Barto's unsuccessful effort at a sacrifice. Helding walked. Then after Lovett had fanned he and Barto start* if like tJiia how c*n yov. keep jour !in«n col lar «o »[|pk and span?" "Yea. sir, thaw collar* certainly are a groat comfort aud convenience to us police men. We hme to lu ik rmt anl cVnn nl *#1*. Ton know. They're called 'LITHO I-lN" Waterproofed inen. Yon can't wilt "em. but .von can (.'Iron 'i yourself in a minute They're just an Unary Ilnea col lars protected against moisture." At collar *hops, or of uh Collar* ccnt*. Cuffs sK) t'or.U. Th" KilwT i =JJTi *uY orh T«ABl MARK Fifty PerCent increase in the wearing quality means that Blood's Paint will last half as long again as white lead paints or the ordinary ready mixed kki4» Buy Blood's fROW LION DRUG STORf H. N. CASSELMAN. Prop. 66 Broadway. P«i», N. D. FRESH ASSORTMENT t'fr* OF rr: EVERH ART'S FINEST BOX CANDIES Jt 3 5 ed a double swipe. Rose had Barto by the usual "mile," but threw wide clear into left and Barto scored. Mehl failed to stop the throw and Helding reached third. Krick filed to Hansen a moment later. There was nothing doing the rest of the game though Fargo was dan ,U .1. ,'| rD0N^ Mehl's acrobatic stunt in fielding O'Dea's high fly upside down. gerous in four Innings, once in the fifth when the first two men hit safely. Duluth got the first two men on in the fourth and the first man on in Other frames but couldn't get any more around. The score: Fargo— ABRHPOAE Fitzgerald, ss 3 0 0 2 4 0 Grogan, 2b 4 0 0 1 0 0 Rose, 4 0 1 5 1 1 Dolan, lb 4 0 0 9 0 0 Mehl, If 4 0 0 4 1 2 McMillan, .1 0 10 4 0 Edwards, 8 0 1 0 0 0 Donovan, 3b 4 0 2 8 3 0 Hanson, rf 4 0 1 3 0 0 Totals .. Duluth— Lynch, 3b .. O'Dea, lb .. Livingston, 2b MeCormiek, rf Barto, .. Helding, .. Lovett, ss .. Krick, If .. .. Treadway, Totals.. Lake Linden's Errors. Houghton, July 6. Lake Linden t-led to establish a new record for '•rrors yesterday and the locals won. The score: 1 Mmm .33 0 6 27 13 3 A O A E 4 0 2 0 2 1 4 0 0 9 4 0 0 3 .. .i 0 2 1 A 1 1 2 3 0 0 1 0 ....4 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 ..3 0 1 1 ..82 1 6 27 10 2 ...0 0000 00 00—0 ...0 1000 00 0 0—1 Fargo Duluth .. Summary: Three base hits, Rose bases on balls, off McMillan 3, off Treadway 2 strike outs by McMillan 5, by Treadway 10 wild pitches by Treadway sacrifice hits by Fitzger :ild, Helding stolen bases, Fargo 4 passed balls Helding left on bases, Fargo 9, Duluth 8 umpire Rich ardson time 1:42. Forfeited to Peggers. Winnipeg, July 6.—Grand Forks failed to appear yesterday and the game was forfeited to Winnipeg. R. H. E. Houghton 9 9 2 Lake Linden 2 6 11 Batteries—Houghton, Beecher and Stewart Lake Linden, Balliett and ivurke. Calumet Fell Down. Calumet, July 6.—Manager Morri son was hit hard yesterday by Han cock and his support was poor. The score: R. H. E ('alumet 3 6 4 Hancock 6 8 2 Batteries—Calumet,--Morrison and iMntler Hancock, Terry and Stewart. Pair of Cripples. During Captain Stripp's injury lie '•1 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Sloan. Tom has a sprained ankle, and the pair of invalids have a few fanning bees. EVENING GAME. Contest Scheduled for This Afternoon Was Postponed Till 6:20. There has been a demand by some of the fans In Fargo for an evening hall game and the management has decided to play today's game at 6:20 instead of 4 o'clock. The change is made for the benefit of a large num ber of fang who Cannot get away til! (I o'clock. The evening games were abandoned last year because of the great difficulty in playing the left field and third base positions when the sun Is low. With (he bright sun in their eyes the play ers in these positions—on the local ground*—can scarcely see the ball and anything in the air usually goes for a hit. GRAND FORK8 MUSS. Situation (s Badly Mixed Manager and Players Disagree. Grand Forks Herald: When Playing Manager McNeil arrived at the Great Northern station yesterday morning lie found that there were but part of the Grand Forks team on hand to make the trip to Winnipeg, and it was decided that there was no use going with part of a team. The Winnipeg Seam went home, and it l.s presumed that the game yesterday afternoon was forfeited to Winnipeg, thus putting the ..m & .yi ". i. -.s Baseball Notes. The Fargo boys are gettiqjj rested up after their long trip and some good baseball games are anticipated during the home series. The local team is certainly living up to Its reputation as "invalids," but the boys are expected to round to soon. Rose is out of position as catcher, but is doing the best he can to keep the team in line. There is no dispo-" sition to criticise Rose's throw to third for that reason. There were two men out and two strikes on the bats man when the throw was made and an experienced catcher would have let the base runner go and played for the batsman, despite the fact that Rose could have nailed the man easily by a perfect throw. Treadway tightened up yesterday every time the locals got dangerous. McMillan is a favorite with the Far go fans. Billy Mehl keeps up his hard work. The Infield certainly pulls off a fast article of ball. YESTERDAY'S SCORES. American League. Philadelphia 3, Washington 0 Detroit 4, St. Louis 5. Boston 3, New York 8. Cleveland 3, Chicago 4. National League* Pittsburg 3, Chicago 9. New York 1, Boston 0. Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 6. American Association. St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 3. C.ohimbus 6, Indianapolis 0. Milwaukee 3, Kansas City 8. St. Paul 6, Minneapolis 7. Gardner Licked. Minot, N. D„ July 6.—Eddie Gard ner was knocked out in the fifteenth round by Kid Lee in a fast cont* Gardner showed up well until the four teenth round, when several blows from Kid Lee in succession wilted him. in the fifteenth he went to the ropes tmd was counted out. FOR E A O O U A N A I Y E U I A N I A Y E V E N I N U Y 1 0 0 Maroons at the top of the column again. There were many rumors yesterday that the team had gone to pieces, and that no more games would be played this season, and this report grew in details as It traveled among the fans. However, arrangements were made, during the afternoon to take the team to Winnipeg this morning for a game this afternoon and tomorrow. Tlie team is due to open a long series at home next Monday, Duluth being the first team to take on the tail-enders. Whether the team can be held to gether Is questionable. The framhixi has been transferred to Mr. McNeil by Mr. Stanchfield, and this traiiHfei becomes effective Monday. It has been known for some time that several of the players were at loggerheads with McNeil and this is given as the reason why they failed to show up at the station yesterday morn Irig for the trip to Winnipeg. Mr Stanchfield interested himself yester day, showed the players that they wort fit subjects for suspension, and they agreed to finish the series. What will be done Monday can only be con jectured, and it is more than likely that if the team is continued it will be under the management of the league. While the fans generally r*gret a possibility of the team dropping out, losing ball is unpopular here, and the late start that Grand Forks got in the opening of the season has been a handicap that made anything else Im possible. That there was a feeling that Grand Forks did not need a place in the league this year at all was shown by the fact that little or no interest was shown and It was with consid erable difficulty that Mr. Stanchfield -was prevailed upon to direct the team at all. Aneta Won. The Aneta high school team defeat I Sogn by a score of 2 to 13. Sperry Aneta struck out twenty men. FORKERS WENT TO PEG. The Series Will Be Played Ther»—The Future in Doubt. Grand Porks, N. D., July «.—The Grand Forks ball team went to Win nipeg this morning to complete the series there and the exoenses of the trip are guarantees The team has a long series of games scheduled for the home grounds beginning Monday and some fans may decide to back the or ganization. Magnate Stanchfield is entirely out for the season. There are rumors that the league may take the team and after the home series here transfer it to some other town, either Ashland or Superior. THE HOME. Army and Navy Clashed at C«v#lier for Sweet Charity. At Cavalier there was a great ball a e u y 4 o e e n e i o i n North Dakota Children's home. It re sulted in favor of the Army by a score of 21 to 19 and the receipts $61—were forwarded to Superinten dent Hall of the home. The posters announcing the game read as follows: In the aid of charity, the Faru i Baby Home—baseball game July i, 1906, between the Army and Navy Army. Field Marshal Robert Jarvis c*n., lb Surgeon Gen. Walter Brown, Jlr Gen. Harry Wohlnick, 3b Maj. G« n. J. Yeuenmer, ss Cap. Dan Young, rf Lieut. Kelly Adams, If Sergt. l\a o o e e e e n s master Berrick, p. Reserves—Private I Edward Beckstead. Navy. Admiral Charles Burgess, cap., ss e a A i a a e s o a n i a a y e i o n 2 i e u W i l liam Johnson, 3b Chief Gunner Sta Pies, rf Petty Officer Leo Sanfor.i,! I a y a s e a s o n i e E n -I neer Neil Campbell, Quartermaster, I David Lyman, p. Reserves—Seam,ui Fred Dieehert. i Umpires—Hon. Andrew Robbie and Hon. Dan Laxdal. These teams have played before ail the crowned heads in Europe and on all the best diamonds in the state. Now is i'pw chsuu* to see baseball v 'H* it'- 'Y* vt- 4 played aa it should be. Special rates on all railways from all parts of the U. S. All come and help in a good cause Admission—Adults 25 cents, chil dren 10 cents. All money taken at the gates will go to the home. Game called at 3:30 p. m. shrarp. Gate City Gun Clufc. The tournament held by the Gate City Gun club July 4, at their grounds -west of the city proved to be a sue ces and all who participated in the sport enjoyed themselves. The day was perfect for trap shooting even those who did* not shoot seemed to enjoy the outing. The grounds were in first class shape and in addition to the club house, tents and canvas was stretched for the comfort of the spec tators. The targets were almost per fect and some good scores were made. Following are the scores: Uon drug store. 3LA Shot at. Broke. G. Backer 120 89 Nelson 120 V* O'Graf 120 97 Vidger 45 21 II. Sidnam 105 79 C. Sldnam 90 62 Jensen 120 96 Bailey 120 91 Hulbert 45 19 Rusk 75 56 Carey 45 26 Schmidt 45 16 T. Wallace 60 26 Diemert 30 12 Clemens 45 35 Harinsh 30 15 Wheeler 45 22 Hansen 15 8 G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four years. G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Cen ter, N. Y., writes: "About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bot tles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It en tirely stopped the brick dust sediment, and pain and symptoms of kidney dis ease disappeared. I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evi dently cured to stay cured, and hear tily recommend Foley's Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble." H. H. Cassclinan. Duluth Excursion. The Northern Pacific railway an nounces a popular excursion special train from Jamestown to Duluth leaving July 20 and returning from Duluth July 22. Tickets on sale for this date and train only. Rate from Jamestown $5, from Fargo $4 for round trip. Further information fur nished by local agents and J. E. John son, agent, Fargo, N. D. HORSETHIEF CAUGHT. SurfoJph Shure Arrested by "Windy" Smith Near Buffalo. Charged with stealing: a horse and buggy from Marsh & Ball, the Fargo liverymen, Rudolph Shure was arrest ed near Buffalo late yesterday after rtoon and brought to this city last night. "He was arraigned before Jus tice Miller today and his hearing con tinued until Tuesday morning. Shure hired the horse and buggy from Marsh & Ball's stable 616 Second Avenue North. Telephone Call 423. 0000 THINGS TO EAT: Fancy Creamery Butter, 1 lb. full wt. prim, per lb. 4m Fancy Dairy Butter, 10 lb. j^rs, per lb. Eggs, strictly fresb, per doz Peas, fresh home grown, per quart i,v,, July 4. When the rig was not returned at night, the police were notified and messages were sent to the surround ing towns, asking the country officers to be on the lookout for the missing rig. I. S. Smith of Buffalo was among those who were notified of the theft and he recognized the rig which was driven into Buffalo by a son of Sven Hanson, a farmer, as the stolen out fit. Mr. Smith went to the Hanson farm where he arrested Shure. Shure had arranged to sell the outfit to Hanson. 17c 16c Watermelons, Florida, ripe and sweet, each Fancy patent Flour, Min- r* nesota's best. 98 lb. sack Fancy patent Flour, Min- as* nesota's best, 49 lb. sack I &L New Potatoes, good size, per peck Cal. Freestone Peaches, pei doz Cal. Blue Plums, per basket Cal. Yellow Plumi, per basket Fancy Valencia Oranges, sweet and juicy, per doz.. Fancy Lemons, California, 300 count, per dozen Impf rial Grape Juice, pint bottles, each Imperial Grape quart bottles, etch .. Honey Cookies, delicious, per doz Fels' Naptha Soap, 5 bars for ,.t Lenox Soap," fii™ 8 bars for 4U t* i Go 5 0 Ah ^C,[TSoap:..-. Hams, Swift's Winchester, per lb n u Bacon, Swift's Winchester, g* narrow, per lb Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs. for ji.oo. Granulated Sugar, 20 lbs, for $i.no with a mixed grocery or'der amount jng to $5.00 or over. PROMPT DELIVERIES* jjjL. 4 •&* yi f5 lot i v 1 f- Phone 424 foil Twenty-five Indictments Have Been Returned But Only One Has Been Made Public. The federal grand jury made a par tial report to Judge Amidoh last night. Twenty-five indictments were return ed, but only one has been made pub lic. It was against William McMas ters, charged with selling liquor to Indians. McMasters is in jail at Rol la, and it was reported that he would be here Monday to plead guilty to the indictment against him. The other twenty-four indictments are against persons who have not been arrested, and their names will not be made public until after they h'ave been placed in custody. The grand jury is still in session and it is possible that the members will not be discharged until Monday. The^ examination of witnesses in a land fraud case has taken considera ble more time than was at first ex pected. Do' Not Net) feet Your, Bowels. Many serious diseases arise from neglect of the bowels. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are a pleasant £nd, agrqeable laxative. They invigorate the liver and regulate the bowels. For sale by all dealers. MAGNIFICENT MILL. rtlorth Dakotans Will Er$ct a Big One tn Minneapolis. Work will be begun this month at Minneapolis upon a new flour mill co: ting *400,000 with daily capacity of 4,000 barrels which the Russell-Miller Milling Co- will erect. In connection with the mill there will be elevator capacity for the storage of 600,000 bushels of wheat. The full investment will run to $500,000 when the plant is omplete. The announcement made yesterday in The Northwestern Miller Is the most important in the milling trade for a long time. The Russell-Miller Milling Co. has plants at Valley City, Grand Forks and Jamcstow^, N. D., and is one of the most prominent northwest companies identified with country milling. The Minneapolis plant will give it rank with the large Companies of the country EJ. P. Wells, John Russell, H. S. Helm, C. H. San oorn, Willis C. Helm, E. J. White and 5?. H. Chapman, all widely known in :he northwest grain and milling eir :les, are officers of the company, which lias carried on a large business for some years. The new mill will be unir«ue. It •vill be eight stories high and the ex terior finish will be of white enameled jriek, presenting the same general ap pearance as the new Security bank wilding. Inside, the walls will be fin shed for five feet up in the same ma terial. In exterior and interior ap pointments it will be the most attrac tive mill in the country or In the en lire world. It will be a show place f'or Minneapolis visitors and will ex emplify the cleanliness of the busi ness. With reference to the practical nd, it will have everything modern or the economical handling and grind ing of wheat into flour. The new plant is to be ready for operation by June 1, 1907. The iniiial work will begin the present month. If you have a house to rent, list ii with us. We have more calls than we :un supply. O. W. Kerr Co. ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE To Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Quebec. On July 22 the Duluth, South Sh»rc will run their pqpuiar annual excur sion to the Shrine of Ste Anne de e a u e a n a s e e o o e w i s k 1 special rate of $25 for the round trip. Tickets good for stop-over at tny point en route. This excursion is arranged so thai o a s s e n e s a n a i i a e i n e i pressive ceremonies of the now fam ous feats of Ste Anne, which falls tii* year on July 2C. Palace and tourist sleeping cars, ax well as coaches, will be run through and application for reservation in I same should be addressed to A. J. JVi rin, general agent, 430 Spalding hoii-i 1 block, Duluth, Minn. i it I---j v 0 V-* "J" 1 SHOTWELL & GRAVER, Florists, Fargo, N. D. Do not send any farther han Fargo for fresh cut flowers tor weddings, etc. Mineral dt» sigrns of ev-ry description made up on short n nlce. Palms, Perns, *_hrysanlhenium», ^rlm oses, Llli-s, tiyacln'hs, Tulips and Narcissus Bulbs, Ut)ld Pisb, Globes, i-ish Food, Canary Bitds. Sjpjcia attention to out-of-town orders. Write for Catalogue. MG0RHEAD NEWS. Sam Saffron, who for a number of years has been connected with the Dwight flour mill of this city, has re signed, his resignation taking effect July 2. C. C. Hanks of LaMoure has taken the position, and he and his family have taken the Fred Johnson house on Eleventh street north. City Engineer Hopernan is in St. Paul upon business connected with the sewer contracts, bids upon which will be opened by the citv council this evening. Mr. H. J. Harris of the firm of Har ris Bros., arrived in the city on Tues day with his bride. Mr. Harris and Miss Fanny Myrtle Riegle of Arling ton, Ohio, were married at the home of the bride's parents on Monday, June 18. Mr. and Mrs. Harris are at present living at 5Q7 Seventh street south. The report of City Treasurer O. C. Beck for the month ending June. 30, 190G, shows the snug balance of $36, 197.18 in the treasury at that time. On, Jyr^e 1 !Mthere .was $31,180.43 ^on hand,' and the receipts for the month from all sources were $12,556.01, while the expenditures amounted to $7,537. 26. The following marriage licenses were issued by the clerk of the dis trict court during the week ending, to day: Johan Kotte and Hannah Hendrick son, both of Clay county. F. Holman Fifleld and Elizabeth R. Itickford, both ofv Ramsey county, Minn. Samuel tioverson and Josephine Randine Halvorson, both of Clay county, Minn. Joseph W. Kelly and Lilla Fuller, both of Clay county. William Olson and Mary Anderson, both of Clay county. Enjoyed Picnic. A party of Broadway M. E. church people put in a thoroughly enjoyable Fourth of July at the farm of Carl Buttles, lust south of Fargo. The party, which wa,s composed of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Calhoun, Mabel and Alice Pierce, Luella Reed, Lu Salisbury and Leonard and Olaf Gromlahl, went out to the farm e^rly in the morning and Spent the entire day there. They de voted considerable time to shooting, tramping about the fields and general ly roughing it, and enjoyed the dinner and supper served picnic style. In the evening Mr. Buttles took the largest rig he could find, loaded the entire party iato it and took them over to Moorhead, where they enjoyed the. display of fireworks. WORTH A DOLLAR A DROP SOLD BY ALL CROCKS Turn Up Their Toes, THAT'S WHAT THE Potato Do when you sprinkle Jhe plants with And thePotatoes are injured. ...IN BULK OR PACKAGE... T' -A* v". Foul I Porterfidd's, DRUQOISrS Phone 445. Broadway, Fargo.