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Conner, together wUh tlx famous
Six Dutch Kiddies
Big beauty Chorus*
Prfces $1.50, $1,00, 75c, Gal. 50c
Seat sale opens Wednesday instead of Fri
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The njoit scientific method
known for the treatment of
wheat an* other, seeif is tba.
proper use of Formaldehyde.
Fof years many farmers were
skeptical about the result, but
now all up-to-date agricultur
ists would not think of seeding
without first subjecting their
geed to a treatment of this great
genu and smut destroyer. K
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Minot N. IX April 6.—Minot coun
cil U. C. T. No. 277 think that they
have some ball players in their lot,
and consequently have challenged the
invinciblee fat men's undefeated all
star team to a game of baseball to be
played on the local grounds in this
city some time in may. Of course the
challenge will be accented and we
want to serve notice on the gentle
men that they yon't have any more
show of winning than a snow ball In—
Stanley. There are about 300 travel
ing men who make their headquarters
In Minot and if tney all play at once,
they couldn't beat the big invincibles.
Tlracy ha» commenced training al
ready and each morning at 5 o'clock
may be seen pacing out towarls the
race track. McGee has greased up his
old catcher's mit and Ira Stoddard is
throwing nigger heads at the gophers.
They 'will all be in the pink of con
The fats hate accepted the chal
lenge and the fans of Minot are anx
iously awaiting notification of the data
of the game.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 5.—Sam
Langford, the Boston negro heavy
weight, knocked out John ,Willee in
the second round of the wind-up at
the National Athletic club last night.
The blow which laid Willee low was a
hand punch, which landed
right on the point of Willee's Jaw as he
was standing in his own corner. Al
though it traveled only a few Inches
the punch was a terrifflc one and it
dropped Willee like a log. He fell flat
on his face and was counted out.
After Referee Jack McGuigan had
counted Willee out, the Matter managed
to struggle to his feet again, but he
was still groggy and it was some little
time ^ill he fully recovered from his
dazed condition, as he sat in his Cor
The bout was a very feavage one
while it lasted. The men appeared to
be straining every point
the- had been going a minute or
DONLIN OUT OF GAME.
Doctor Says Mike 8hould Never Play
captain ahd right fielder of
YHC BASEBALL FEVt* HAS EVEN
8TRUCK THE KNIGHTS
OF THE GRIP.
HI Ml I' TRAVELERS BiO BOG SHOW IN
FATS KPL'S APHl 5
blows hard enough
York giants, may never play baseball
again. Donlin will probably retire
from the national game permanently,
not because he cannot get 3t»,000 a
year from the New York club, but for
the reason that his health is said to
be falling and that a physician has
advised him never again to put on a
A proof that Donlin will not be
with the giants this year It 1s re
ported that the great player and his
wife, Mabel Hlte, has engaged passage
to Ehirope on July 10, and will not re
turn to America until son\e time in
The Maid and The Money
-'A .'* toRs.-
Mtn«*&f)6lta. April dog show
planed by the Minneapolis Kennel club
for the spring has been postponed and
will probably not be held until late
In the summer or early In the fall.
Plans originally made could not be
carried to consummation this early in
the year, and after due deliberation
members decided to put off the show
rather than to give an unsatisfactory
onp on scheduled time.
It has been the intention to give one
of the highest bench shows known to
the west this spring in this city and
plans had been made to this effect, but
for several masons the time was found
unfavorably Tind a postponement be
came necessary. The show, when
given in the fall will probably be even
larger than the one planned for this
spring, and practically all of the fa
mous dogs of the country will bo in
FUEDDfE WEL.H ISSUES
A CHALLENGE TO BATT.
NELSON—C.ACKS IT UP.
the first round, that Langford was
likely to win. He was much quicker
and cleverer as a boxer than Willee
and his punches were clean and hard.
ORDEMAN STAYS LIMIT.
WIFE OF THE NEGRO CHAMPION
Minneapolis Boy Has Go^ch Worried
in Bout at Chioago.
Chicago, April 5.—Henry Ordeman
of Mineapolis not only stayed twenty
minutes on the mat with Frank Gotcn
at the Empire thec.'re, but he had the
champion apparently worried at one
stage and forced Frank to do his ut-
Ut- v*. .-.•Ji
Mrs. Jack Johnson, wife of the
heavy-weigr^t Ibox' champion, has
attracted more attention than has fal
len to the lot of any boxer's wife in
recent years. Although married to the
big colored sparrer for two and one-!
half years the comparative obscurity
in which they lived caused her to at
tract little attention until her hus
band won the title. Then when th£
-news wis «U!ed?
THE FARGO FORTTM ASP DAILY BEPFBUCAN, MOX'PAY EVEMXG. APHTT., a. 1
i rif i
Latest Photograph of Freddie
the English Lightweight Champion.
New Orleans, La„ April 5.—The
Engglish lightweight champion. Fred
die Welsh has demanded of Batt Nel
son that he either meet him at once or
forfeit the title of lightweight cham
pion of the world. Welsh will post
to bind the match and at Nel
son's terms. When the battler was
told of this challenge he is reported to
"Let him get somebody who will ot
fei us a purse and I will fight him in
a long battle. But as champion I
insist that the inducement be such
that I can afford the time and train
ing fDr such a meeting."
V K K
—Photo by courtesy of Cbioaso Beoosd-£l«l«ld.
,W»^s of the'heavyv^ight piigilistic champion, who has Mrs*lf become an
Johnson's wife was white, due to the
reporters being misled by her extreme
ly light color, she became an interna
tional figure at once. Her name was
originally Hattle Smith and she was
born near Biloxi, in Mississippi, twen
ty-six years ago. She is of a dark
olive tint and could readily pass for a
white woman, but admits a strain of
colored blood. She married Johnson
at W «L
most to break a to« hold. Ordeman 1
put up a fast match from the outset
and when the gong rang at the end of
the match, he was uppermost with
Gotch on the defensive and on the
Gotoh 4ried to rough it at several
stages but Ordeman managed to e«-
cape some hard Jolts as the champion I
slammed him about, by his extreme
ispeed. He broke one toe grip Gotch
fastened oq him. Qotch's weight was
announced 206 and Ordeman's 196.
new 18.2 cm
RESULT OF OAM/S.
Cure, 500, Demarest 86/.
Cutler 500. Cllne 294.
Morningstar 500. Sutton 490.
Demarest 500, Cutler 60.
Sutton 500, Cllne
I Morningstar 500, Cure 322.
Slosson 500, Cutler 383.
Cutler 500, Cure 424.
I Button 500, Cure 487.
Morningstar 500, Cutler S10.
Slosson 500, Demarest 207.
Sutton 500, Cure 38S.
Sutton 500, Slosson 460.
Morningstar 500, Cllne 464.
I Cutler 500, Demarest 375.
Morningstar 600, Slosson 341.
New York, April 5.—Ora Morning
star of this city is tne new world's
champion at 18-2 bark-i!ne billiards,
having won the honor by defeating
George F. Slosson in the final game of
the international tournament at the
Madison Square Garden concert hall
Morningstar last night made the
highest average he has hit during the
Morningstar is a native of Indiana.
He is 34 years old and has been prom
inent as a billiardlst for several years.
He distinguished himself in this
tournnmet by scoring a victory in
every one of his slz games. Besides
winning the championship emblem he
gets a cash prize of 31,200 and 40 per
cent of the gate receipts and entry
George Sutton Chicago gets sec
ond prise. 25 per cent of the money
George Slosson of New York and A.
G. Cutler of Boston tied for third ulace
and divide 27 per cent. Louis Cure of
Paris, champion of France, will re
ceive the remainder.
Calvin Demarest of Chicago and H.
P. Cllne of Philadelphia won only one
game each out of the six played.
THE (PIT BALL
Atlanta, Ga.. April 5.—Clark Griffith
has discovered a new style of delivery
that wll be just as much of a puzzler
as the spitbaJi The new-fangled de
livery has been christened the "quoit
Griffith made his first demonstra
tion with the "quoit ball" with Charley
Sturr doing the receiving. The fa
mous master of the slow ball has given
this new delivery a lot of study, and
as it is something absolutely new, It
should prove a sensation.
The quoit ball is sti.rted below the
hip. The pitcher takes a olng swing,
with the back of his hand towards the
batsman. He throws the ball very
much like a man playing quoits tosses
the quoit, but of course, he puts a
twist on It, for the purpose of fooling
the battier. As the ball leaves his hand,
Griff puts a bunch of reverse English
on it, and the sphere sails up to-the
plate very much like a hoop, with the
reverse on It, rolls on the floor.
"It was the funniest kind of a ball
I ever caught," said Sturr, after the
JEFF WILLING TO
FlffliT AT SEATLlE
WHAT THE BIG MOGULS SAY.
Jim Jeffries—When I'm ready to
fight I'll let the public know,
body, Jeffries preferred.
I Big A1 Kaufman—I'm not afraid
of any of them.
Stanley Ketchel—I want to flght
I Johnson for the championship.
Sam Langford—They all seem
to be afraid of me.
Jim Corbett—I can take John
Philadelphia Jack O'Brien—I'm
not out of it by any means.
San Francisco, Cal., April 5.—Here
Is another Jeffries tip. and considering
the wealth and importance of the man
who gives it out, it is one that we
must sit up and take notice of, even if
it proves as unstable as foryier tips of
a like character.
It will be remembered that C. D.
Hlllman, the Seattle millionaire, sent
out word from Santa Barbara some
little time ago that he was ready to
give 3100,000 or more for a Jeffries
Johnson fight. At the time Mr. Hill
man said his bid was made "under
certain conditions and Jeffries, who
was appearing at the time at the Wig
wam theatre in this city, showed a
streak of humor by replying 'I'll ac
cept that under certain conditions.'"
Mr. Hillman's offer was lost sight of
for the time being, but now it crops up
again. Hlllman was In Oakland last
night and a few minutes before he left
for his home city, he said that he had
raised his offer for a Jeffries-Johnson
New Tork City, April 5 —If the
borough president, Mr. Ahearn, has
his way New York city will have the
most beautiful and remarkable drive
In America and there wil be but few
in Europe to compare with it. At the
present time Mr. Ahearn and his pro
ject are in trouble. He acted upon a
resolution passed in June, 1906. which
authorized the extension of the River
side drive, but owing to the lack of
funds, this has been delayed until last
week, when he opened the project for
bids. There was a storm of disapprov
al and as a final outcome an injunc
tion restraining Mr. Ahearn from open
ing the bids which he had invited was
and simply wanted t» purse
with the understand
ing that the winner was to take 75 per
cent and the loser 25 per cent.
"That offer still stands and It looks
to me as though Jeffries will accept,"
said the Seattle milllonairs mac. "My
partner. Jack Williams of Los Ange
les. hag wired me that tie had heard
from Jeffries and that the latter prac
tically accepts the proposition. From
the moment we opened negotiations
with the big Californlan we had hopes
of landing him. He has all along
aft with favor an ttte idea of fighting.
"I think the mat sr is clinched now
and that the sporting world will see
Johnson and Jeffries in action late this
summer. We hope to fix the date for
July or early In September.
"Our plan is that the men fight with
four-ounce gloves to a ftttish. The fight
will be pulled off either in Hlllman
City or Boston Harbor, both of which
are near Seattle. With the Immense
throngs that will be in attendance at
the Alaska-Yukon exposition, we can
get together the greatest crowd in the
history of pugilism. We want the flght
in Seattle and we are going to have
"Though we have not had anything
direct from Jafck Johnson, it is almost
a certainty that he will meet Jeffries
with that amount of money In sight."
Hlllman is said to be one of the
richest men in Eeattle He owns con
siderable business property in Seattle
proper and controls thousands of acres
of land all around. He ls^ also a big
ship owner. He hag also a notion of
matching Ketchel and Langford.
IS SOME salary
I Hans Wagner receives a 315,000
salary this year, It is said, upon
more or less good authority. If
this is true, the big German is the
highest salaried player that ever
gripped a wagon tonrue, but at
fT 'obably worth the
Pittsburgh is in the race every
year, chiefly through Wagner's ef
forts, and wherever the pirates
play they draw like a traction en
gine, because the folly want to see
NOW IN BASEBALL
New Tork, April 15.—In twenty-four
of the principal professional baseball
leagues this season will be played 8,078
games of ball according to schedule.
This number of games Is but one small
fraction of the thousands more to be
played In smaller, le..«f important, but
nevertheless regularly organized, more
or less protected organizations to say
nothing of the numberless amateur
and semi-professional battles. Follow
ing are the openln* and closing dates
of :he twenty-fuiir foremost leagues,
aad the number of gatnM played. It,
1TTT~l HAVE a fine lot of Lily plants just right for Easterf
ff also Hydrangeas, Azaleas, Spireas. Prim Roses, Rose
Bushes, Tulips, Hyacinths and Daffodils, etc, In cut
flowers we have American Beauty Roses, Roses of all colors,
Carnations, Daffodils, Violets, Lilies of the Valley, etc. We
make a specialty of out-of-town orders, and pack cut flowers
and plants to arrive in first-class condition. Send for catalog
of hardy plants and seeds, and special Easter Price-List.
Siiotwell Floral Co.
New York to Have Most Beautiful
Drive in America if not in the World
Hudson river drive as it will appear at Mm viaduct when completed and Map showing oouree af the drive along
obtained. The extension, however, w*l
undoubtedly some day In the near
future be put through.
The proposed addition to the thor
oughfare would extend It to a length
of nine miles. The present drive stops
at One Hundred and Fifty-eighth
street. The estimated cost of com
pleting this would be approximately
Cor. Broadway and Front Street
Established Si Years Fargo, N. 0.
The jlan as detailed in the
bill authorized in 1906 Includes a via
duct 1,800 feet long over the deep val
ley at Dyckman street, and calls for
the finishing of the road in asphalt
macadam. This is a composition of
coarse stone and asphalt mixed togeth
er when the asphalt is hot and then
pressed into place by heavy rollers.
It will be noticed that the Pacific coast
league plays 200 games. Its season
will start in a few lays.
Connecticut, Apt 28. Sept. 11, 12*.
Wisconsin-Minnesota, May It, Sept.
National. April 14, Oct. 27, 154.
American, April 12, Oct. 4, 154.
Eastern, April 21. Sept 25, 154.
American Association, April 14. Sapt.
Southern. April 15, Sept. 18. 140.
Pacific Coast, March 30, Oct. 31, 200.
Western, April 29, Sept 11. 126.
Northwestern, April 17, Oct.8, 1W.
Trl-State, April 28, Sept S, ISO.
Atlantic. May 20, Sept. 6, 120.
Virginia. April 22, Sept 6, 120.
Three I., May 6, Sept 26, 140.
Central Association, May 4, Sept It.
South Atlantic, April 15, Sept 7,126.
Cotton States, April 22, Sept. 6. 120.
South Michigan, May 11, Sept, 11
Wisconsin-Illinois, May 6, Sept 12,
Carolina Association, April 22, Aug.
Central Kanaaa. fusa li 8ept 11
Eastern Association, May 25, Sept
Illinois-Missouri, May 11, Sept It,
Mr. P. FHtts, Oaeonta, N. Y..
writes: "My little girl was greatly
benefitted by taking Foley's Orino Lax
ative, and I think it is the best remedy
for constipation and liver trouble."
Foley's Orino Laxative is best for wo
men and children, as it is mi)d, pleas
ant and effective, and is a splendid
spring medicine, as it cleanses the
system and clears the oomplexion. H.
Pegger Farmed Out.
Honston, Tex., April 5.—Tom Cram,
the Canadian outfielder, has been re
leased to the New Bedford (New Eng
land league) team by Manager Mc
Aleer. Crum played In seventy-two
games last season with a batting aver
age of 848. He has been in bad health
since joining the squad. McAleer
thinks very well of the youngster, but
with his wealth of fielding talent, he
had no place for him this season.
ROLLER IS COMIfft
EAST TO WRESTLE
Portland, Ore., April 6.—Dr. Benja
min R- Roller, heavy weight wrestler of
Seattle, who defeated John Berg, bet-
a Y n
It is recommended by prominent eagf*
neers as the moet enduring service
able composition obtainable and ita
cost is little more than ordinary ma
The total width of the proposed sof
tens ion Is to average from 115 to It#
feet. This will Include two driveways,
two sidewalks, a service road and a
bridle path. One of the driveways will
be for vehicles traveling north and
the other for thoee going in the oppo
site direction. The service road Is to be
distinct from the others practically a
street. The road Is designed to have
a height of 100 feet bow water and
will be practically level throughout its
ter known as Tom*:
last night in two straight faJMs. will
leave today for Des Moines wh«®e he
will meet Jessie Weatugaard on April
9. Roller wUI also te in Chtcago oa
April 14, when FrajjJt Gotch meets
Mahmout, the Turk, and win challenge
the whiner. Roller is in the t*i»t at
form and In spite of the fact that he
was defeated by Gotch, is confident
that he can outwrestle the Qricag*
champion. In his work last night
Holler showed that he is strong andl
aggressive and knows the game. Ha
excelled especially in the power at hiA
'limbs. The match was largely
ed and much enthusiasm shown.
WINNIPEG NOT TO TRAIN MPtB
Matooks Plan to Get Early Woi* «C
Red Whig, Minn., April K.—The
Winnipeg ball team of the Western
Canada league, which for several sea
sons has held spring practice g&xnea at
Minneapolis, will this week report at
Red Wing, if the present plans of the
Winnipeg management are oarrted out.
J. W. Cousins, business manager, haA
May 2 and 9.
During the week games with Hastings,
Winona and Faribault aad Rochestsr
will be played.
FUNNIER THAN CVK*.
Toungstown, Ohio, April
When Arlie Latham, former great
third baseman and comedian of
the diamond, was umpiring In the
league, he waa accom
panied by an old friend to a game
at the local park.
"You are not as funny as you
used to be," the friend remarked
1 to Latham, who was rather quiet
"Not as funny?" said Latham."
Wait until you see my Judgment
on balls and strikes and you'll
say I'm funnier than ever before."
Object to Strong Medioines.
Many people object to taking
strong medicines usually prescribed by
physicians fop rheumatism. There is
no need of internal treatment In any
case of muscular or chronic rheuma
tism. and more than nine out of every
ten eases of the disease are of one or
the other of these varieties. When
there is no fever and little (if any)
swelling, you may know that it ia
only necessary to apply Chnmberiain's
L!niment freely to get quick relief.
Try it. You are certain to bo plead
ed with the quirk relief which it af
fords. Price, 25 cents large Rise, Sit
janta. for sale by all dealer*
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