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\£$S "'Pjv^VvZ?! .. I K [iV '4* $ *t*ik J' Mi -y^ T« Be Held. Tuesday, March 19,1912 Notk« is hereby given tbat on Tnesfiay, the 19th. day of March, next, at the polling places ID eacb of the voting preolncta In the County of Cass, a primary election will he beld. under provisions of Chapter 208 or (he Session Laws of North Dakota for the year 1911. At said election, nil qualified elector* may Tote their choice for candidates of their respective parties, to be nominated for President of the United States and for Vice President of the United States, The followlog will be voted upon for election: One National Committeeman for the Re publican I'nrty. Ten Delegates to the Republican National Convention for 1912. One National Committeeman for the Democratic party. Ten Delegates to the Democratic Na tional (.Vuveutlou for 1913. There will also be voted for and nomi nated at said election the followlug: «Fi" Presldominl Electors, representing the Republican party. Five Presidential Electors, representlux the Democratic Party. The following are the names of the pre cincts and the polling place In each, Name of precinct. Fifth ward (Second perclnct) polling place. Public Library. Name of precinct, Sixth ward polling place. Lincoln School Building. Name of precinct, Seventh ward polling place, Roosevelt School Building. CITY OF CASS ELTON Name of precinct. First ward polling place, Newtou Block, 4th Avenue. Name of precinct, Second ward polling place. City Hall. Name of precinct, Third ward polling place. City Hall. Name of precinct, AddUou Township: liolliug place, Town Hall. Name of precinct, Amenla Township polling place, Mill Office. Name of precinct, Arthur Township, poll ing place. Town Hall. Name of precinct, Ayr Township polling place. M. W. A. Hall. Name of precinct, Barnes Township polling place, Town Hall. Name of precinct. Bell Township: polling place. School HoiiRe. DIst. No. 00, Sec. 22. Name of precinct, Berlin Township polt ing p|jirt\ School House, Sec. 0. Name of precinct, Buffalo Township and Milage polllug place. Town Hall. Name of precinct, Casselton Towushlp: lo!!lt»g place. School House, DIst. No. 25, Sec. 10. Name of precinct, Clifton Township: polling place. School' House, DIst. No. 98. Sec. 26. Name of precinct, Cornell Township polling place. East School House, DIst. No 48. Sec. 27. Name of precinct. Davenport Township' polling place. School House No. 1, DIst No. 30. Sec. 16. Name of precinct. Davenport Village polling place, Tnskind's Hall. Name of precinct. Dows Township poll ing place. School House on Sec. 8. Name of precinct, Durblu Township: polling place, School House, DIst. No. 13. village of Dnrbln. Name of precinct, Eldred Township: poll lug place. Towi, Hall, Village of Alice. Name of precinct Empire Township polling place. School House, in Village of Absaraka. Name of precinct, Erie Township: polling place. A. O. U. W Hall. Village of Erie. Name of precinct. Everest Township, polling place, School House, Village of Everest. Name of precinct, Fargo Township poll ing place. Residence of Jas. Holes. Name of precinct. Fargo Village polling place. Residence of Henry Lauxom. Name of precinct, Gardner Township polling place. Town Hall. VIII. of Garduer Name of precinct. Gill Township polling place. School House In DIst. No. 18, Sec. k) Name of precinct, Gunkel Township polling place. School House No. 2, Dist. 46. fcec. 17. Name of precinct, Harmony Towushlp: polling place, Residence on Howe Farm. Name of precinct, Harwood Township polling place. Town Hall. Naiue of precinct, Highland Township, polling place. School House, DIst. No. 47, Sec. 27. Name of precluct. Hill Township polling place, School House, DIst. No. 81. Natue of precinct Howes Township: poll iii.' place. Mullough School House, Sec. 2d. Name of precinct, Huuter Towushlp and Village polling place, Odd Fellow'B Hall. Village of Hunter. Name of precinct, KlnyoD Township polling place, Town Hall. VIII. of Orandln Name of precinct. Lske Township poll ing place, Residence of J. C. Brownlee, Sec. 26. Name of precinct, Leonard Township polllug place, M. W. of A. Bail, Village or Leonard. Name of precinct Maple BlTer Township, polling place, School House, DIst No. 114, See. 16. Name cf precinct, Mapleton Township, polling place. School House on Sec. 9. Name of precinct, Mapleton Village poll ing place. Town Hall. Name of precinct. Noble Township poll ing place. School House, DIst. No. 107, Sec. 26. Name of precinct Normanna Township, polling place, Town Hall. Vill, of Kindred. Name of precinct. Page Township poll iug place. School House, Diet. No. 64. Name of precinct, Puge Village polling -.place. Town Hall, Name of precinct, Pleasant Township, polling place. Klnueberg's Hall, Village of HlckBon. Name of precinct, Pont lac Township polling School Boose No. 2, Dist. Name of precluct Ttaymond Township polling place, School House, DIst. No. 23, Sec. 22. Name of precinct Reed Township poll lug place. School Bouse, DIst. No. 8& Sec. 82. Name of precinct. Rich Township polling place. Devereaux School House, DIst. No IS, Sec. 29. Name of precinct, Rochester Township polling place. Baumgardner School House. DIst. No. 80, Sec. 22. Name of prvchui. Rush River Township polling place, Residence 6t R. B. Otto, See. 18. Name of precinct Stanley Township polling place, Thue and Briuk's Hall, Vil lage of Horace. Name of precinct. Tower Township poll ing place. Clerk's Office on Sec. 20, Tower Township. Name of precinct Tower City Village polling place, Town Hall, Village of Tower city. Name of precluct, Walburg Township polling place, Chaffee Hall, Village of Olid (fee. Name of precinct, Warren Towushlp. pulling place, School Boose No. 1, DIst. No. t7 Sec. 28. Name of precinct, Watson Township polling plaoe, School House, DIst. No. 51, See. 4. Name of precinct Wheatland Towushlp: polllug place, Town Hall, Village of Wheat land. Name of precinct. Wiser Township poll lug pkice, School House, DIst. No. 24, Sec. 2fl. Dated this 20th. day of February, 1912. ADDISON LEECH, County Auditor, •ppMpMillPHHNMMMi^Hl t' 1 ID *ald County or Cass, and State of North Dakota, at which said election will be held. OITT OF FARGO Name of precrnct. First ward polling place. Central Hotel. Name of preeluct, Second ward: polling place. New Fargo House. Name of precinct. Third ward: polling place. City 'Voter Works Station. Name of precinct. Fourth ward (First PTeclnct) polling place. Courthouse. Name of precinct. Fourth ward (Second precinct) polling place, A. L. Wall Lun» ler office. Name of precinct. Fifth ward (First pre cinct) polling place. Central Fire Station No. 1. BALTIC COLLAR Ketch KwsSwef Jo as? to off »jsJpnitie to M'- to. [Cluett, Pesbodr & Corapiny, Miicit, Troy, N. T.^ PROFESSIONAL CARDS rr. *. r. jinrwri. ***it«t #ffte* 717 N»r*l» wr«y jefsresoN, I war DRS. BALL & GRAVES OENHirS Offices oter J«t N»t Baak. PhonO^S* .... M. BlwS'aok, M. m, •liaakptb Klatflaak, K. ft. Ktodiai*. ML O DRS. RIMDLAUB, Specialist* HI, BAR.. NOIB AND IMKiu taLeatreeM Blk., opp. H. P. Utf Fsrgo. Nertk Dafeetc, CAMPtfaJUu Specialist Bolldinn DR. I. L. JAMCsft V«terlnarlaa Office at FARGO Hanteon fc Holeomb 9t*bl« Phons Ml Phons 7WW. Cass County, N. O, .*! "*/*P*b. 22-29: March 7-14.) 'iwjh— NOTICE OF PRINTING. tfaffth Dfcko'-a Agricultural Collage, Sealed proposal* will be received by the undersigned up to two o'clock, Friday, March 15, 1912, for the print ing of College Bulletin for one year /beginning April 1, 1912. Specifications for the same may be scoured from the Secretary, of the Col Jego. The Board reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. v By. order of the Board of Trustees, ••V---5 Signed: ,.-r: .a,-.*tf. A. YODER, Secretary. (March 2-4-6*0-12-14.) England may be mistress 6f the seas, but that is cold comfort to Queen Mary when she ha sone of her attacks of seasickness. There may be a dearth of $10,000 men. as George Perkins says, beut few men make U a, practice to dodge the «10„000 job», .*r 3s J',. mmm KG EO %toi vvt:»«r* 1R. STEN HANSON. Osteopath Graduate under founder of Osteopathy Pioneer life Building ARCHITECTS. HANCOCK BROS., ARCH1T3CT8, Of flce» Douglaa Uldg., lis Broadway. Kargo. ACCOUNTANT. WALTFR THOMPSON-EXPERT AO countnrit. Puono 306. 1841 Foartb Ave nue South. Fartro N D. ATTuKN&YS. BOTT. H. J., LAUltU, SUITE 7, PIO Beer Life building, Kargo, N. D^ Prao tice iu all courts in North Dakota auU fcllLiiieBOta. MILL UK. HBNItY F., ATTOHNRT AND Couucellor at Law. Over b'argo Natioua bauk block. Fargo. KOUINSON. iv. ATTOBNKV AT LAW 612 Front street. Fargo. Practice In alt courts. Tns cases a specialty. IllKNEll. U K.. AHuiiAfci AT LAW Offices in Edward bulidiug, Broadway Practlc« In all court*. BEAUTY PARLORS. UliE. UlvUi\ ClICCTROLVS18, CHI BO pody and manlcuriug. 100 Broadway DENTI8T8. Jft. i. B. FKb.iNJh.iliv DBNT18T. Of flee, Buntiugioii block, over Bijou. Ea trance ou Bioadway. Fargo, N. D. PHYSICIANS. Q. M. OLSON. M. D.-OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.( 2 to 4 g. oi., 7 to 7:80 p. m. Phones: office iZi-L, reaideuce 735-J. Practice IIlijlied to office prac tice. Suite 7o, Lutvaids Uuimiug, Broad way aud N. P. Ave., Farso. N. D. OK. P. U. BUttiON—ot i^i, UOUUs 111 to U a, iu.. 2 to o aud SloWu.ni OQlce. btcrn buiidlu^. Phoue iii-u., taigo, N. U. UH. 4. U. DILLON, MOMuJOPATJdlc Vuy»ictau, vltLfudieclt block. L»Uii. F. U. BAiLkuX & n..^iiKLMAOtt er. byeciaiuis, eye, ear, now aau inruat. ouicu uuiim, a to a aud i:i(u &. uaiceti in the biern uiock. una. DAKUOW vvt iull., deLENu recie btuck. uuice hours irom it to UK. A- C. MOUttlb, PHV3KJ1AN A NO surgeou. Uuice over W iiacr's drugstore, bob Frout sueet. Hours U to 12, 2 to i aud to S. ieleimoue wQlc«. n-Biu«uce. OUS. WILLIAAl C. N1C1IOL8 & AKTHUH A. Nichols, I'uysiciaiis aud burgeuua, bOw iirout btreeL uH. J. L. &AVAUU, PtiktiiClAN iMu surgeon, ouo rout street. 4 W. VIOAL, M. O., ttUMBOPATHto yuysictau aud surgeou. ibuwards block, bargo, N. 1). PIANO TUNtR AND TcACHtR. fUOtf. WM. IvLlMMiiK., 714 NlNXn Kv^uue nuutu. ii.tbu-r luulug and nutuc iug. Piioue 1341-L. VISITING NURSE. UBAOB N. ItUBiNSON, K. N. ASBOCIAT ed charities, 1 to 2 p. ni., No. IS Eigutii street south, puoue 6^7. KeatdeuL-e 134b becoud Ave. bo., puoue 2U41-L. llouro. &:ao a. ui. to 5 p. m. At the service of physlciaua at auy time. UNDERTAKER. AND LICENbkID kMBALWkilt, FCNBBAL supplies. J. F. Itlce, tiouth Broadway untce south of Moody's store. 7»0. 25. NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF TIME f^R REDEMPTION. Office of County Auditor, Cass cotiti ty, North Dakota. To H. C. Knowlos in whose name the the following described real prop erty is assessed: You are hereby notified that on the 1st day of Dec., 1908, the following described rea. property, situated in said County, to-wit: Sub-division city of Fargo, Beards ley's addition, lot 6, block 18, was sold for taxes due and delinquent thereon for the year 1907 aa provided by law that the amount for which the same was sold was 37 cents: that the subse quent taxes levied theron for the years 1908, 1909, were paid by the purchas er amounting to $1.29 that the time for redemption from said sale, al lowed by law, will expire ninety days after the service. of this notice. That the amount required to redeem said real property from said sale is $1.66. In addition to the amount above stated, as necessary to redeem from saM 0&le, the costs of serving this notice (and publishing the same, If published,) must be paid, together with such interest as may accrue on the amount of such taxes, as provided by law. In wltm.ss whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and seal at Fargo, in said County of Cass, this 17th day of Feb., 1912. (Seal) ADDISON LEECH, County Auditor, Cass County, N. D, (Feb. 29-Marcb. 7-14) Fresh air is not necessarily cold air. This little fact in natural science should be kept in tnlnd^ GRAND FORKS HIGH AND JAMES TOWN HIGH BA8KETBALL TEAMS WILL BATTLE FOR SU PREMACY IN THE A. 6. ARMORY MARCH 23. Fargo basketball fans are to see an other championship battle. The ar rangements have been practically com pleted for a game at the A. C. armory between the Grand Forks high school team and the Jamestown high school teams to be played March 23. Grand Forks has won every game it has played In the northern part of the state and is conceded the cham pionship in thaf section. Jamestown has won over every team in the southern part of the state, including two games from Fargo high. The two teams wish to meet on a neutral floor to settle the state cham pionship and have finally decided to place thq^game in charge of Professor Keene,, chairman of the athletic board of the A. C. The A. C. armory has one of the best, If not the very best basketball floor In the state. The armory Is large enough to seat comfortably a large crowd and there promises to be great enthusiasm over the game. It is probable that special trains from Grand Forks and Jamestown will be run to the city to accommodate the rootersr who will accompany the teams. mw WILL HAVE REAL BALL CLUB MANAGEMENT WILL PLACE TEAM IN GATE CITY EITHER A STATE LEAGUE OR A FAST SEMI-PROFESSIONAL SQUAD OF DIAMOND STARS. Fargo will see baseball this season, whether it is league or semi-profes sional class of ball. This was made known last night and the management will give the gate city fans something in the Une of real diamond sport. Regarding the state league it is very doubtful if Grand Forks will Join hands and pull together enough cour age to tackle this proposition. Devils Lake and Minot and other northern teams are very enthusiastic over the prospects of the proposed league. Crookston has organized and the man ager has expressed a willingness to do his share to get a berth in the new league. Regarding the Fargo situation, it Is safe to state that the gate ctty fans will be well taken care of, and will be given a real team, team to be proud of and a big booster for the city. Fans are urged to help this movement along and assist the city in securing a fast aggregation to represent the "biggest little city the world" with cn$ of the best advertisements knQ^-q —a winning baseball club'. Willi FRANK GOTGH Minneapolis, March 14.—Frank Gotch, world's champion wrestler lost a handicap wrestling match here to Henry Ordeman, Minneapolis. Gotch failed to throw Ordeman in twenty minutes as agreed. THE FAHGO FOHTTM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY EVENTXG, MABCH 11, 101?. In the World of Sport (MP II illLSHltS LOST' BE SETTLED HERE. T8 010 HEADS v SENATORS LBST OPEN Charlottesville, Va., March 14.—The Washington baseball team in train ing quarters hero was defeated 5 to 3 by the University of Virginia. It was the big team's first day in the open/ Sherwood Best Mohafl. Sherwood, N. D., March 14.—The lo oal basketball team defeated the Mo hall team here Monday night 35 to 10. The boys have played but three games since organizing about a month ago and have won each time. This was the second game the Mohall team has lost, they having won all but two since they began playing late yast year. A return game will probably be played at Mo hall, March 22. NO. 334-336-336. NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF TIME FOR REDEMPTION. Office of County Auditor, Can coun ty, North Dakota. To Wm. O'Meara in whose name the the following described real prop erty is assessed: You are hereby notified that on the 1st day of Dec., 1908, the following described real property, situated in said County, to-wit: Sub-division Tyler's addition, city of Fargo, lots 18-19-20, olock 2, was sold for taxes due and delinquent thereon for the year 1907 as provided by law that the amount for which the same was sold was 51.26 that the subse quent taxes levied thereon for the years 1908, 1909, were paid by the pur chaser, amounting to $3.00 that the time for redemption from said sale, allowed by law, will expire ninety days after the service of this notice. That the amount required to redeem said real property from said sale is 14.26. In addition to the amount above stated, as necessary to redeem from said sale, the costs of serving this notice (and publishing the same. If published.) must be paid, together with such interest as may accrue on the amount of such taxes, as provided by law. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal at Fargo, in said County, of Cass, this 17th day of Feb., 1912. (Seal) ADDISON LEECH, Cottnty Auditor, Cass County, N. D. (Feb. 29-Mafch* 7-14) 1 ft S V** 4 £*»-*. O I iv-vv 'I y YOUNGSTERS OUTPLAYED THEIR SENIOR RIVALS IN EVERY DE PARTMENT—WILL PLAY A RE TURN GAME—FINAL SCORE 27 TO 26 IN FAVOR OF SENIORS. Although they out-played tbelr op ponents in almost every department of the game, in shooting, guarding, speed and fighting spirit yet the freshmen in the high school lost to the seniors by a score of 27 to 25 last evening. The game was scrappy and fast and fea tured by the hard and often brilliant work of the first year men. The best work was shown in the first half which ended 10 to 9 in favor of the freshies. The fourth year men braced in the second period but their shooting at all times was decidedly erratic. The experience of the seniors and their ability to cage the pill when it was necessary were the chief fac tors in saving the game for them. Hamilton and May were the stars of the freshmen, Hamilton making eleven successful free-throws. Rusk also played a good consistent game. Berner was right on the job for the seniors and in the second half, start ed the rally which won he game. Blix and Rusch also did good work. The losers have gotten out a challenge for a return game which will probably be played next Tuesday night. VABSITf WON UE TITLE FARGO COLLEGE PUT UP A GAME BATTLE AND LED AT END OF FIR8T HALF 4 TO 8—U. CAME BACK 8TRONG IN LAST HALF FAST, ROUGH GAME. Grand Perks Herald? The univer sity of North Dakota won the state basketball championship last night by defeating the Fargo college team by an 18 to 12 score. The game was un doubtedly the best of the season. It was exceedingly fast throughout and was one of the roughest games ever played on the university ftoor. Thayer, the Fargo college center, secured the field basket In 1 minute and 10 seconds of play, and this was the only field basket made by his team during the game. Fortln and Harrington were undoubtedly the star players for the preachers. Fortin se cured six free throws out of six chances in the first half. The only points made by the U. N. D. team, during the first half, were secured by Sad, who negotiated two sensational fie.d baskets. He made the first bas ket after 8 minutes and 50 seconds of play. Fargo Led First Hslf. The first half ended with Fargo col lege leading, with a score of 8 to 4. oagen tried three free throws during ,tnis half and Hiemes '.ied two, but neither man succeeded in adding to tne university score by this means, riiemes was closely guaraed all the time and could not secure any field oaskets. In the last half the varsity quint came buck strong ana maae 14 points, all coming from field basnets, isagon tried four free throws, but failed to make any of them count. During tMs half Helmes maae three field baskets, but was put of the game becuuBu ho committed four personal fould tinee In the first half and one in the sec ond half. He played a strong game, keeping after his man ail tne urn* al lowing hsm to make only one basket. (Sagen made one field basket, but tall ied to secure any baskets urn of seven free throws. Although, he did not aud more than two point* to the scoxe, nevertheless he played a wonderful game, keeping his man from making a single point. Sad was the star on the varsity squad, making a total of eight points, and he surely did magnificent work in guarding and carrying the ball down the floor. Robinson and Wilcox, at guards, showed splendid form ail through the game and kept their men from making any field baskets. Fortln, at center maae ten points for his team and secured them all by free throws. He had twelve free throws and only missed two shots out of that number. Harrington, the little for ward on the Fargo team, is a marvel on the rtoor. He was unable to secure any baskets, but he kept his opponent on the go all the time. He is a won der at dribbling and passing the ball. Slingsby, Thayer and Boyce all did great tvork, but were unable to throw their opponents off and secure bas kets. Although the Fargo men are much smaller than the U. N. D. play ers, they are very quick and slippery. They kept their men on the run from start to finish and their team work showed up in great shape. Shaw was substituted for Slingsby, and Catlin went in for Boyce in the last half. Burfening took the plaoe of Hiemes, who was put out of the game. He was not long enough to score, but he covered his man all the time. The university team was defeated by the Fargo men a few weeks ago by a score of 21 to 14. The agricul tural college team twice defeated the Fargo college quint, and the Univer sity of North Dakota defeated the A. C. tn two recent games. Thue the state championship was at stake in iast evening's game, and the university came out with it safely tucked away. There was a record-breaking crowd at the game and the enthusiasm was unbounded. Harry Van Ornum was present as yell leader and he fulfilled his position in fine style. Besides the university people there were a great many town people at the game, and they were carried off their feet by the excitement and yelling. The next game will be played here Saturday afternoon, when the U. N. D., and the State Science school from Wahpeton will meet on the uni versity floor. The game will begin promptly at 4:60. This is the last gamo of the season. The lineup and summary follow: U. K.•.•-•••JX" ,'*.v Fargo college. Sagen, *. •-. Ttt, HHP "V w a Robinson .......G Fortin Wilcox O Boyce. Catlin Summary: Goals from field. Sagen 1 goals from free throws, Fortln 10. Referee, C. C. Hawcke, University of Minnesota. Umpire, W. it SEASON WILL CLOSE WITH ELECTION TONIGHT. High school record: F. H. 8., 11 Alumni, 47. F. H. S., 16 T. M. C. A, 13 F. H. 8., 51 Aaker's, II. F. H- S., 47 Concordia, ti„ F. H. S.f 31 Moorhead H. 14. F. H. S., 16 A. C. Preps, 15. *F. H. S., 48 Casselton, 12. F. H. 8., 17 AC. Preps., 23 F« ,H. S., 33 Tower City H. S., 23. F.'H. S., 18 Moorhead H. S., 13. F. H. S., 22 Jamestown H. S., 26. F. H. S., 26 Grand Forks H. S., 23. F. H. S., 16 Detroit H. S., 24. F. H. S., The high school basketball season is over and will be officially closed tonight by the election of next year's captain and a banquet at which Coach Robinson, the members of the first squad and their giri friends will be present. Te feed Is given by George Booth, this year's captain, at the apartments of his sister, Mrs. C. J. Nord, in the Edwards building. The schedule just finished is the longest ever attempted- by the school. Although it has not been the most successful, yet, on the whole It baa been a creditable one Sixteen games have been played, resulting in nine victories and seven defeats. Two state high schools have defeated the local*. Jamestown's second victory was decisive, but the first was not exactly an earned one. The Midgets have scored 414 points to 374 for their opponents. This ia the largest total that the high school has ever rolled up. It is not probable that suoh a long schedule will be tried again, for the Midgets have clearly demonstrated that two games a week is too hard for them. Several games were lost as a direct result of attempting this. a. I SE,« TO Hl'LIAS'EIL 10 Chicago. Max.. i 14.—Pres. T. M. Chivington of the American associa tion announced the date of the oper ing games an the holiday games of that baseball tsue. Play will be gin April 10, as provided in the sched ule adopted by the club orwners. The opening games will be: St. Paul at Indianapolis, Minneapo lis at Louisville, Kansas City at Co lumbus, Milwaukee at Toledo^ The holiday d-ites are: Decoration day—Louisville gt Co lumbia, Indianapolis at Toledo, Mil waukee at Kansas City, Minneapolis at St. Paul (morning), St. Paul at Minneapolis (afternoon). Fourth of July—Columbus at Louis- s 111 v 4 T~ 3lk If J'......... Harrington Sad v... IV Bltagsby and Shaw Hiemes, A i Burfeniug *.0.14*..^..^ .Thaytv 'j? Xi icl 4 *. 4 *v tV 1 Dale Wolf. IS fUll h" LUNG SCHEDULE TWO GAMES A WEEK PROVED UNDOING OF LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL IN MANY INSTANCES- 17 Grand Forks H. S., 46. F. H. S., 30 Jamestown H. 8., 40. F. H. S, 26 Tower City H. 8„ 19. laiii® vllle, Toledo at Indianapolis. Kansas City at Milwaukee, St. Paul at Mln neapolln (morning, Minneapolis at St Paul (afternoon). fl- -4 -A\ St Lowte, —March 14.—"I KM* your sweetheart and handed him- a wal lop. Will hand you one later.** "Bob Fitzslmmons." 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RUBY HBBERT LAYS iHUKNEN DO API LAW 0«i WIFE1 S8IHE CI.BDTHIB He would injure am booked for 'San Antonio, Tex.. March Philadelphia American league "regu lars" piled up seventeen hits in a gam* against the San Antonio Texas league team and won 12 to 8. Bakar's fielding was the feature. our repre* „«, hfc* "J *. Ti *5% 3 n* ,5V* A iV* 2** 1 v. ^'r*- '"-p"- -oy-' •.