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Grand Forks herald. [volume] (Grand Forks, N.D.) 1916-1955, February 09, 1920, Image 16

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Gripping U. S. and
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coast and from Fort William to
Prince, Rupert, in Canada.
One of the interesting glints of
winter 'activity is the fact that base
ball is threatening to outstrip every
branch of sport—even hockey—northl
of the border. At least three leagues
are in the making in the western
provinces,' and' Canadian newspapers
are .printing every line of news front
American baseball sources. Ameri
cans who traveled
last fall agreed that there was
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Western Canada, and
possibly, a four club league in Yukon
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WE
better equipped than ever to take care of any Battery,-re
gardless of make, or any part of the electrical equipment
on your car.
If your battery is in need of repairs, bring it to us,
regardless of the condition. No battery is so far gone
but what it can be repaired.
We carry in stock anew battery to fit any make of
car, therefore can take care of you at a moment's notice.
We have Expert Mechanics in both Battery and Igni
tion Work.
O W O I S A A A N E E
'Batteries tested free of charge. Courteous and prompt
service is our motto.
Out of town orders will receive our immediate attention
Howard J. Monley
Colombia Scrrioe Station
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clubs, and the Pacific Coast Interna*
tioqal. The former will embrace
Winnipeg Saskatoon, Moose Jaw anil
Regina,—the 1919 circle—with Cal
gary and Edmonton added. The ad
cliUbnai population has put the Cir
cuit on a Claas B. basis.
Local Bowlers Enter
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Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 9.—Near- which state that of 21 teams entered haTnow be^^estored Program,
ly a dozen leagues, with or without so far 49 doubles and 9S singles, 15
recognition and "protection" from or- are American entries. ^nd 'l 50*in^etre8^Verunnin«r-' 110
ganized baseball, are in the process Among entries so far are: Grand
of organization from the upper pen- Forks. Fargo. Jamestown, Crookston, jumD8.
insula of Michigan to the Pacific Minneapolis. St. Paul. Regina, Saska-
go league bowlers, will represent
«*. .. Fargo in the annual tournament in
.?!? Canada Minneapolis of the International
miioh •«, ,®f° Bowling association. Extras will
toe Dominion nortow-st a/
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tion streamers for the special car and
ribbons for the bowlers.
Every legitimate business oppor
tunity has its place in the Want Col
ums of The Grand Forks Herald.
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Four quints of pin-wreckers rep- on Sunday, August 15: Athletics,
resenting,/ the City Bowling league of lawn tennis, fencing, wrestling and
Grand Korks are entered lor the tifth boxing" The rowing events will be
annual- bowling tournament to be started on August 16. The yachting
held in Winnipeg commencing Feb- has been provisionally arranged for
ruary 1« and continuing through the June at Ostend, where the polo also
week. will be played.
toon, Brandon, Weyburn, North Bat'
tleford, Edmonton and Carman.
Fargo Bowlers Enter
Minneapolis Tourney
bring the personnel of the Fargo
I delegation to about, 50 men.
The Fargo bowlers will leave in a
leagues in process of organization special car attached to No. 4 of the
or promotion include: The Copper Great Northern on Wednesday after
Country 'n«i-t)ot-n Tu „vi .. real oi me
Country (northern Michigan), Iron noon. February U. According to the undeferted Fosrton teaxn toe
Range (Minnesota), Tri State (Wis- schedule from the I. B. A, secretary, smPnh«lnVl2tn*«88ton
consia, Illinois, Minnesota). North Fargo five-men teams will occupy a
Dakota State. South Dakota State, full shift at 9:15 o'clock Thursday The game was hard fought and the
possibly a second circuit of smaller nTght, Fobruary "l2, and will roll" In vair
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Fargo, N. D„ Feb. 9.—Bight five- country running, will also be includ-.
men bowling teams, the pick of Far- *n toep rogram.
Tho
Montana- the singles and doubles the following haik l^ fhe second half with a th^ .Tiwhim™ WiU meet ti
North Dakota, State. Pacific dav 3? secona nair with a rush the advisability of forming ...
Coast International, Northern Brit-| The Fargo commercial club is co- ^ronel!^ th^The Iteitin* te^ wa!
operating in the securing of distinc. !e»d^that the visiting team was
unaole lo
overcome.
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Grand Forks, N. ].
in a Strong Chain
That's just what imitation parts are when they become a part of your Ford car.
They look strong enough, but the metal isn't tHere—the strong, durable Vanadium steel
that goes into the Ford chassis and every Ford part. Ford parts are specially cast and
heat-treated, each According to its use. Some require a hard, Mnt-Uke wearing surface,
others need resiliency, and some need Just "toughness." i-
Ford metallurgists have been studying these problems fdr sixteen:^ej^s and know
just how each unit should be made to endtire a maximum,of wear and tear. They know
.that best resalts can be obtained only by, the use of special formulas.for different parts.
And that honest Ird parts wear from thirty-five to one hundred per cent longer than
counterfeits.
The following authorised Ford Service Dealers in our territory carry complete
assortments of genuine Ford parts for both passenger cars an trucks. And they are
equipped to. five .careful,-prompt Ford sendee—from minor adjustments to complete
overhauls. Drive in, it's hotter to be safe than sorxy. .Come to the Authorized Ford
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Athletic Decathlon,. Once
Eliminate!, is Re-:
stored. ,l
New York, Feb. 9.—The latest ad
vice# from Antwerp are to the effect
that the ceremonial opening of the
Wimtineff Tonrnam|nt 'Olympic stadium has been pfflcially
Winnipeg tournament
flxea for Xugust 14
following
sections of the games will be begun
Oxford And Cambridge
Crews Train For Race
London, Feb. 9—The 'varsity crews
of Oxford and Cambridge universities
of England have settled down for the
final training round prior to their
4 4 mile race on the Thames, Satur
day, March 27. This will be the first
meeting of the rival university eights
since the spring of 1914. In view of
the fact that one oc more American
college crews may meet the winning
combination, at either the English
Henley or the Olympic games regatta,
more than,, the usual amount of in
terest is being evinced In the United
States regarding the outcome.
HARVEY DEFEATED
KENMARE PLAYERS
IJarvey, N. IX, Feb. 9.—The Har
^'ey. basketball team won decisive
victory' over the Kenmare aggrega
tion on the floor here Saturday night
with the score 22 to 10.
The visitors hsrid little chance of
winning With the locals gaining the
lead early in the game. Kenmare did
not make a single counter in the first
half.
Clemens secured six field baskets
for the Harvey team and Wolden,
forward' netted three.
WOLF AND COYOTE PASSING.
Bismarck, N. D., Feb. 9.—The wolf
Is passing in the northwest. Num
bered, too, are the days of the coyote
wont to slink silently upon herds of
unsuspecting domestics or sit out on
the open plain howling to his mate.
Throughout the prairie domain
which these one-time monarchs
ranged masters of all within survey
hundreds of open jaws of steel and
iron wait nightly for them and their
predatory brothers—the lynx, the bear
and the bobcat
The traps are not the snares of the
gamesters and sportsmen of early
days. They represent the strong arm
of the law as wielded by official fed
eral, state and county hunters.
In charge of the extermination of
predatory animals in North Dakota
and Montana are J. F. Gillings and
R. C. Batcman, inspectors of the bu
reau of biological survey at Washing
ton, with headquarters at Billings,
Montana.
MUCH BOOTY TAKEN.
London, Feb. 9.—Enormous booty
was taken by Russian soviet troops
when they occupied Odessa, accord
ing to a wireless message' from Mos
cow received here. A British and a
Russian cruiser are reported to be
bombarding the reds from the harbor.
The Athletic Decathlon, which wps stand-by of a number of^the game's',
most famous moundsmen, would be'
It comprises
hurdline- hteh and' ion*
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wel^ht\
vaults- mittine thf
throwing the javlin throw-
ing the discus. The Classical 'Pen
tathlon, comprising 200 and 1,400
metres running, long jump, and
throwing the discus and javelin' and
the Modern Pentathlon, comprising
revolver shooting, swimming, fenc
ing,, cross-country riding and cross-
F0SST0N TEAM BEAT
FAST ADA QUINTET fir* i^Tfo?
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Chicago, Feb. 9.—Baseball mem
Worn all parts of the country, to'at
tend what they said probably would
be "the biggest, baseball meeting of
all time," expected today to see the
major league rales copnmittee to
eliminate all freak deliveries. The
spit, shine, an emery and licorice
balls all must go, it was indicated,
along with all other unnatural/decep
tive pitching. That the "»pitter," the
dealt with leniently, was the consen
sus of opinion, however. It was indi
cated at an. informal meeting of the
rules committee yesterday that it
would be given a two months' lease
on life, possibly a full year, while its
exponents adopted a more conserva
tive style.
The legislation regarding pitching
seemed to be the only change decid
ed on before the committee met for
mally this morning. Proposed abol
ishment of the foul fly out met declin
ed opposition and the committee ap
parently was unable to agree upon a
rule to stop intentional passing of
dangerous batters..
American association and' Three-I
their annual session today, while the
,,, I Western leaguers wore on the ground
Fowton. Minn., Fob. 9.—In a fast for their session tomorrow.
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l,hei Formal schedule meetings of the
Ada high school team met its first de- major leagues will be held tomorrow,
season at the hands of the! and the big joint session, at which a
man may be chosen to head the na
tional commission, Wednesday.
On Thursday, provided the majors
have completed their business, ma
Jo™ and minors will meet to discuss
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Our partial payment plan gives everyone the
opportunity of becoming apart owner and pafticA
ipating in the earnings.
A large number of wage earners have become
shareholders in this way.
Five Dollars is enough to start ypur profit
sharing account. No red tape. Interest is paid
while you are saving. You will be surprised at
its simplicity and convenience.
Get tour pamphlet shewing how money grows
when invested xn the Northern States Power
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Northern States Power Company has planned the largest construction program in its history for 1920.
The.demands for electricity continue in ever increasing measure in the Twin Cites and the 225 other
cities and towns served by the Company.
Last Year the Company invested about $3,000,000 in building additions and extensions. This year the
estimates call for double that amount, or in excess of $6,000,000. .v
In 1919 it was necessary for the Company to install approximately 43,500 horsepower of new electri
:al generating equipment. .:
During 1920 additional electrical producing machinery aggregating 45,500 horsepower will be install
jd, including one entirely new 13,500 horsepower station^ and many other additions, enlargements and ex
:ensions will be construced. ,•
Electrical Supply is vital to growth and progress. Much of the property built by Northern States
Power Company during the last five years has been made possible by the investment of many thousands of
resident citizens.
Our Home shareholders today are receiving an income of nearly $500,000 a year from their invest
ments. Their-profit-sharing checks reach them regularly and promptly evefy 90 days.
Whenever the Company adds to its power capacity or extends a transmission line, there is an oppor
tunity for safe and profitable investment.-
Everyone May Become a Shareholder
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BARKER BREAD AT WpOliESALE
Our production has now reached the point where we can
clei 5 from stofes at wholesale prices. Out-of-town dealers
write for prices.
'I he same high standards that have popularized Barker Bread
so thoroughly in Grand Forks will also be maintained in our
other baked goods. ., y'
As soon as the sugar shortage is relieved we will bake a larger
variety of sweet rolls and cookies. Watch for them.
Stop at the Shop and See How Barker Bread is Made
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There is every reason for confidence in an in
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years, or since organization, it has paid the full
dividend promptly and every quarter.
The Preferred Stock enjoys a wide and ready
market." It ranks high as security for loans.
Invest direct in useful properties that you can
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60 page printed annual report to every stockhold
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