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TWO BIG CLASHES IN
THE WEST SATURDAY
\V!olverines crushed, Yale beaten,
[Harvard tied, Princeton. Minnesota
and Wisconsin in eyelash victories
and 'Michigan "Aggies" smothered by
Nebraska. Here is enough to furnish
football rooters for a season's argu
ment. but it happened all in one day,
Saturday, October 21.
There were several other results Purple
which told of the turning of the tide
in favor of the "minor" elevens, but
those mentioned touched the high
spots in the day's gridiron frays. In
the whirlwind of upsets Chicago's
telling score of 21 over Prudue and
Illinois' sweeping victory over North
western were almost lost siglif of.
Drawing it "fine," in the line of com
parisons, Chicago, Minnesota and Illi
nois look like "room mate?'' in the
championship league, with Wisconsin
gazing on from outside tii.• charmed
In light of what transpired on west
ern gridirons Saturday tiieer should
be two real football ga ms u«'xt aSt
urday, when Chicago me"!* Wiscon
sin and Minnesota cla:!
"Wisconsin had retarded the Ohio
game lightly and surprised to
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I find a much improved team. The
Badgers had, as in the case of Michi
^an, been pointed for a future con-1
test and were almost whipped through
I being ill prepared for a bruising bat
Minnesota won over the Haw key es
bv tlu same score as the Maroons.
'^hat -Coach Williams iis "covering
up" is the belief by many here. I Hi
nois has not met any strong team as
yet, and 'consequently no real line is
had on the mini.
LET THE FEDS TAKE
HIGH SALARIED MEN
many high priced men on the pay
rolls. It is the high priced players
who cause the most injury to the
v'.th HI'-1 small leagues. O'Neill's argument is
that it would be a good thing for his
league if the Federal league scouted
through the organization and signed
all the high priced men, men who
pull down $350 and $400 a month for
"It's those $300 and ?400 boys who
wreck the minor leagues. If the
Feds will step in and grab a lot of
them they will be doing the minor
leagues a favor," declared O'Neili.
WHITE- WELSH SCRAP
MAY BE CALLED OFF
Chicago, Oci. 27.—A iii'ch over the
weights, a sfl',,000 advance sale aid
an argument over the referee were a
few of the incidents jumbled together
yesterday in the final arrangements
for the White-Welsh contest sched
uled for 'Milwaukee one week from
•Monday night. The most serious mix
up is over the poundage, and unless
the champion's manager makes cer
tain concessions it may be that the
bout will 'be called off or at least
According to WJiite's version, when
the original articles were signed
Briti)? the baby to the studio in tlic morning.
He feels better and brighter then, and we have -more time
to perpetuate those cunning little dimples of his.
BUTLER STUDIO MS
THE PHOTOGRAPHER IN YOUR TOWN
U. S. Depositary Also Depositary for Gov. Postal Savings Bank Funds
C. B. LITTLE, Pres. FRANK E. SHEPARD, Cashier
J. L. Bell, V. Pres. A. J. Arnot, Ass't Cashier
First National Bank
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA
Capital and Surplus $200,000
Chicago. Oct. 27.—"Tip" O'Neill is second lowest in errors made durin,g the season.
one minor league president who re-i
fuses to let the Federal league worry leagues shows the following results for the season
him. He says the Feds can do his or
ganization some good.
'Neill declared that his league, like
Loans made on
MAN NEEDED MONEY BADLY ONE DAY}
HIS WIFE ASKED HIM-HOW MUCH
HE TOLD HER SHE WROTE HIM
FOR THE AMOUNT. SHE HAD PUT MONEY
IN THE BANK, AND SAVED HER HUSBAND
PROM BUSINESS FAILURE.
A woman with a bank account makes a better com
panion she gets interested in her husband's affairs
she knows where money comes from and where it goes,
and she takps mighty good care that it goes as far as
possible. She can save you trouble and MONEY. Give
her a bank account!
Made OUR Bank YOUR Bank
IT IS A, SAFE BANK
moter Andrews has hopes of gettinr
Welsh to make 135 pounds at 5
From the standpoint of interest,
the advance sale is several thousand
dollars ahead of the early sale of tha
Ritchie-Wolgast clash, which drew
nearly $40,000, the largest house ever
attending a ten-round fight.
SEVEN KILLED THIS
YEAR IN FOOTBALL
The following is the list of casual
ties on the football field so far this
season. Last year 14 were killed on
James \IcGinnis, Ada (Ohio) high
school. 'Concussion of brain.
Ray Allen, Stanley (Okla.) high
school. Concussion of brain.
Albert Wiseman, Sac City (Iowa)
high school. Concussion of brain.
CarrcSll Olson, Milwaukee, independ
ent team. Fractured skull.
William S. English, Mount St.
Mary's class team. Fractured skull.
Charles C. Hays, Fordhara U.
"prep." Kicked in stomach.
Michael Kennedy. Pitts'burg, inde
pendent team. Rack broken.
J. B. Coleman, Central Kentucky
college. Concussion of brain.
N. D. UNIVERSITY
Grand Forks, Oct. 27.—The Univer
sity club met on Friday evening,
October IT, for its initial meeting of
the year. The meeting was in the n.v
tnre of a welcome to the new mem
bers of the faculty and administra
tion 11 the inmrsity. It was held
iu Davis hall ci.- the university caw
pus. A large attendance of the mem
bers marked the beginning of another
The Universitv club is one of the
interesting organizations of the uni
versity. All .members of the faculty
and heads of administrative offices
of the university are, because of their
positions, members of the clu'b. The
purpose of the society is to afford an
opportunity for frequent meetings of
the faculty people for the discussion
of university problems and for gen
eral socitl purposes. Last year was
a very satisfactory one for the club
and many interesting meetings took
place. The plan is to have a meet
ing about once a month. A supper
is usually serve and the speeches
and discussions follow. Frequently
papers of general university Interest
At the meeting on the 17th the pro
gram consisted mainly of welcoming
addresses and responses by new mem
bers., Dr. A. J. 'Ladd of the School of
Education gave the general toast wel
coming the new faculty members. The
response to this toast was given by
Dean Wells of the law school. Mrs.
Joseph Kennedy, wife of Dean Ken
nedy, gave the welcome to the ladies
of the faculty and the wives of faculty
members. Miss Edna Twanley of the
Model High school responded. Fol
lowing theBe talks, President McVey
spoke (briefly on general university
problems which confronts the faculty.
Among those who were present at
the meeting w»re sixteen new mem
bers of the faculty and the greater
part or tin# sixty-five former uu*m-
Statistics of Big Leagues
Give Some Interesting Dope
Sluggers of National League Make One More Hit Than Am
eican Leaguers Fielders Make Two Less Errors.
Some interesting baseball lMoriuation is found in the statistics com-
The score against pi.ed at t.lie close of the season, covering the work of the sixteen clubs
Northwestern was about the same as composing the National and American Leagues. Between April 14 and
that which Chicago ran up on the October 7, 2,50b games were played l,250 iu the National League and
1,2.18 in the American National League Clubs scored 4,802 runs 10,021
hits and 2,146 errors American Clubs, 4,590 ruuw 10,020 hius, 2,148 er
rors giving the senior association the advantage ol' one hit and two less
In the National League the 'New York Giants made tlis most runs
Urooitlyn the most hits while Philadelphia and Cincinnati tied \vir,]i the
greatest number of errors. The Philadelphia Athletics led the American
League with 749 runs 1,381 hits while making the lowen. number of er
rors. Detroit was second in runs and hk,s with the Now York Yankees
Tcrals ... I 1258 610 612 36 4-596 100'20 2148 8031
Welsh agreed to "come in" weighing ibers. The president and professors
Pounds at 6 clock. frriday
W a a a
he could do was 133 at 2 o'clock, and Public Health Laboratory.
White, through his manager, wanted Among the changes which haw
133 at 3 o'clock. Yesterday the been madea the university mtd'ea.
Welshman turned this down, but Pro-1
fitamarrk Haiti Srtbttttg
complete unofficial record o1' the games played, won, loai, tied
r. it. 11.. E. L.B.
lioston 158 ,1 59 0 057 .1307 230 I 1092
N'ew York .... ir»c 84 70 2 672 1357 252 975
iSt. Louis ... 157 81 72 4 553 12 1 236 900
Chicago 156 78 7 6 605 1'229 311 |. 1022
Brooklyn ... 154 75 79 0 1 032 1362 252 I 1054
Philadelphia 154 74 80 «I 051 13'08 321 994
Pittsburgh ... 158 69 85 4
Cincinnati ... 157 64) 94
503 111 97 223 10.13
icx-ais ... 12,U (il lilo 4802 moi 2140 |, 7935
529 1177 321 885
W. L. T. R. H,. E. L.B.
Philadelphia.. 158 99 53 I 749 13SI 1 219 1038
Boston 159 91 62 6 589 1289 245 1 985
Washington .. 1
81 1 7^ 4 1372 1241 271 1011
Detroit 1 157 80 I 7o 4 1 013 I 13.96 294 1074
St. Louis .... 1'57 70 81 6 513 1211 3U4 899
N'ew York ... 1 157 70 84 3 5Ci 1138 235 1006
Chicago 156 1 68 84 3 485 1195 284 998
Cleveland ... 157 51 102 4 531) 1256 296 1019
Wesley college were also present.
S(.h„ol is the
strengthening of the
public health laboratory, especially in
its pathological department. This de
dapnment, always ono of the mosf.
important in medical work, is under
the supervision of the director of r.ne
'public health laboratories. A thu.'
oughly trained pathologist has he
secured to take direct f.harge of this
work. He is devoting all his time to
pathological diagnoses and to the
touching of pathology. The director
of the laboratory announces that,
legal autopsies will be performed
any doctor or coroner in the state
without any charge except for travel
ing expenses. It is possible als-j for
physicians to obtain material fo/ anti
typhoid vaccination free of charge.
Like every department of the univer
sity, the public health laboratory is in
existence for the people of the stats
to use. It exists for the welfare of
every citizen in the state.
A fire drill was held in the Na
poleon schools and the building was
cleared in just forty-fivo seconds.
Had Mania for Pursuing
Minot, N. D., Oct. 27.—1. Peterson
It08eland was declared insane by the
county insanity board.
Several witnesses, including mem
bers of the -Minot police force, testi
fied hat he acit-ed strangely for some
.At the time the double murder was
committed near Lansford he showed
great interest in the affair and be
came over-ennhusiastic in his belief
iihat the criminals had been seeit 'by
him in the Leland hotel and hud tak
en a southwesterly course from Minot,
headed for the bad lands.
Wanted Auto Squad.
He iwanted a squad1 of a dozen au
four men in each car'
to form a ipo&oe and go out and cap
ture the criminals. Failing to get up
the automobile party, he started out
on his own hook in an automobile,
armed w$'jh guns and ammunition. Al
though he traveled SO miles, Rose
land was unable to find any trace of
Hi. is claimed that Roseland, wlio
has been held in the county jail since
'last Saturday night, when -he was ar
QUIT MAT IF YOUR
tablespoonfal of Salts if Back
hurts or Bladder bothers—Drink
lota of water.
Ws ore nation of meat eaters and
our blood is filled with uric acid, says a
well-known authority, who warns us to
be constantly on guard against kidney
The kidneys do their utmost to free
the blood of this irritating acid, but
becoire weak from the overwork they
get sluggish the eliminative tissues clog
and thus the waste is retained in the
blood to poison the entire system.
When your kidneys ache and feel like
lump3 of lead, and you have stinging
pains in the back or the urine i3 cloudy,
full of sediment, or the bladder is irri
table, obliging you to seek relief during
the night when you have severe head
I aches, nervous and dizzy spells, sleepless
ness, acid stomach or rheumatism in bad
weather, get from your pharmacist about
four ounces of Jad Salts take a
tablespoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast each morning and in a few
days your kidneys will act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
lithia, and has been used for generations
to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys,
to neutralize the acids in urine so it is
no longer a source of irritation, thus
ending urinary and bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
injure makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink, and nobody can inako
a mistake by taking a little nee-isi"ii'illy
the kidneys class. and
Exceptionally Strong Program
A Big Novelty Musical Act, carrying $2000 worth of musical, in
struments. This act carries a dray load of baggage, more than many road shows
EXTRA Added Attraction EXTRA
"THE MANDAN FAIR"
In Moving Pictures taken on Bismarck Day. See yourself in
3 Other Big Reels 3
Two Shows Nightly No Advance in Prices
7:30 and 9:00 10 and 20 Cents
rested while carrying a .32 caliber
•rifle and a ciub, has been making life
raj'.her miserable for his fe.iow pris
oners. It is stated that lie stays up
at all hours of -the night anil keeps
fussing around the jalL
Scrubs Jail at Midnight.
Ohe night he got up in the middle
of the night, turned on the water and
started scrubbing out the jail. By the
time he got through *the jail had
about two inches of water on the
floor. The jailer hail some difficulty
in making Mr. Roseland desist.
Roseland is 64 years old and has
-been a resident of Minct for he past
seven or eight years. Hr is a very
well known character. He was for
merly engaged in 'the land business,
having had an office in the postoffice
22K Gold Crowns
Best Porcelain Crown
Best heavy bridge
work, per tooth
Extracting with gas ..
Gold Fillings, up from
ALL WORK GUARANTEED 20 YEARS.
Call and get an examination and estimate on your work.
Room 1, Patterson Block, HOURS:
Over Breslow's Drug Store. 8:30 a. m. to 8 p. m.
I have opened a new grocery in the McGillis Buildng,
120 Sixth st., with a full stock of staple and fancy grocer
ies, now ready for your inspection. The business wil be
strictly cash, and everything guaranteed as represented
—if npt satisfectory you may return the goods and get
We cannot afford lo sell you even one article that does
not please—our profit on a single sale is small—so we
must please you and thereby retain your business. Come
in and see us.
M. M. Tooley Cash Grocery
120 Sixth St. PHONE 462
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, 1914.
block at one time. Roseland is an
escaped patient from the insane asy
lum at Independence, Iowa, having
made his getaway from that institu
tion in 1904. lie has been harmless
enough while in Minot, it is said, but
it was feared that if lie was permitted
to go at large much longer he might
mistake some innocent parties for
criminals anil shoo*, them. 'He was
an unusually bright old fellow and
there are many wl»» still believe him
to be merely eccentric.
BIG STOVE SALE.
Special demonstration at the Bis
marck Hardware now on Majestic
stoves. Don't fail to attend and get
a fine set of aluminum ware free with
each stove purchased.—Adv.
Dr. H. O. Danford
The only independent office west of the Twin Cities doing
hisrh class work and usin* the best materials at these prices.
Porcelain Fillings, up
Best Silver Fillings
Fine set of Teeth
The reason I can make this reduction in price is because
I intend to do a large volume of business at a smaller profit
per patient, on a cash basis.