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fjP'V Vy-, $,y. :i and Finch Low Men in Shortstop To Finish 5 I -1 .4 3T 'This Evening, flff v|- ,pK In the short-stop tournament played Sathethis local golf llnfcs Saturday and A day, Booker and Finch went into aami-finala and wiil«T»lay off the fiaala evening. The reault3 of Saturday's play fol low: Dr. Fletcher defeated Dr. Hewitt UP C. J. Murphy defeated Bucholz 2.up. vP. A. Bennfett defeated J-. D.- Taylor 1 up—10 holes. J. F. T. O'Connor defeated M. W. Murray up. Dr. Fletcher defeated C. J. Murphy 1 up. in Sunday's matches Booker de feated Theo. Thompson, 1 up Finch i, was 1 up on Whitcomb, and Booker won from "Shirt" Schlosser. 1 up. ii Gordon Gray defeated Bert .Thompson 1 up, and Booth defeated Gray 1 up. In tl^e Sunday sweepstakes Lovejoy \yas low®1 with a ,77 net. Finch, Hewitt and Murphy tied for'second- place with a. 78 net. Foursome Wednesday. On Wednesday the-mixed-foursome tournament for the Grand Forks Herald trophy will be held. Twenty seven couples are expected to play in this, event. A number of extra men have b^en .listed and those Who are unable -to play are requested t)o notify O. W. Chaiin at the. club, house The 'drawings follow: Miss B.' Berg and C. W. Ross Mrs. F. A.. Bennett and J.. Purcell Mrs. H. Lu Ba'rneB and M. W. Murray Mrs.' 11 S. Hi Booth and W. R. Vanderhoef Mrs.-J. D. Bacon and W. A. Mclntyre a Mrs.: M. Bacon- and H. L. Barnes Mrs. H. K, Jliialaw and G. Gray Mrs. K. S. Clifford dnd G. Fairchlldr Mrs. S. J. Dankin and S. Schlosser Mrs. C. C. Finch and J. H. Peirson Mrs. C. W. Ross and J, D. Taylor Mrs. E. E. Sherman and J. F. Williams Mrs. Dr. Smith and E./J. Lander Miss M. Taylor and J. F. T. O'Connor Mrs. Theo. Thompson and F. Lysing: -Mrs. O. W. Chapin and Theo. Thompson Miss, K. Finch and J. Phenn Mrs. G. B. Fairchild and ,W. Schlosser Mrs. P. Goodman and Dr. Ruud Mrs. B. J. Lander and Dr. Whitcomb Misa Amy Lysing and C. C. Finch Miss Agnes *Lysing and'C J-.-Murphy Mrs. C. J. Murphy and. A. 1. Emard Mrs. W. A. Mclntyre and C. M. Vuckel Mrs. M. G. Olson and H. F. Smith Mrs.,'J. H.' Pearson and Dr. Fletcher Mrs. C. D. Page and Dr.' Sherman. Extras N. G. Benner, G. Bi*atland, Dr. Hewitt. S. H. Booth, H. %. Chidlaw, C. M. Bratland, E. E. Loyejoy, O. Hfeen, B. Thompson, B. Abrahamson, G. M. Booker, P. Goodman, Geo. Ben son,- L. Bach, M. Bridston. American Association I St. Louis, July 25.—Boston defeat ed St. Louis 10 to 2 yesterday, break in? the Browns' winning* stroak of eight consecutive garnet Jones' air tight pitching and the' ineffective work of the St. Louis hurlers allowed the Red Sox to win. After hitting safely in each of eight preceding games, Tobin today failed to get a hit George' Sislef, St. Louis first toaso man, has been indefinitely suspended, it was announond yesterday, for hit ting Umpire Hnnebrand during- Sat urday's contest. Score: Rl H. B. Boston .101 233 JOOO—10 13.1 tL. ixuis ..... 100 000 010— 2 6 1 Jones and Ruel VanGilder, Shock er. Palmero, Burwell and Severeid. WOUIJD AID EX-SOLDIERS. Paris. July 25.—The French Na tional Union of Combatants has ap proved a proposal providing- for cards for veterans of the Allied nations en titling: the former soldiers to all the advantages in an Allied country that they enjoy in their own. The organization has a memoer ship of 800,000. An expenditure of $5,000,000 is to befj made for the general service schools at Fort Leavenworth, Kan sas. The schools 'Will accommodate 606 officers and more than 2,000 me-i. For Expert CLOCK, And JEWELRY REPAIRING At Moderate Cost BUESGEN'S Jewelry Shop WM 401 DiMm ATCH* GnaFstU N.D ADVERTISEMENT. AD Over 8ody Wbea Sx "WIKIIIWIIJ alima nmidlw aM ylaifhi brokr oat aB ovw bl« body. Ths/ »iw waaO. .jttDd WImb tfaqr woold tssrA to C. W Robertstine Waives Examination When Ar- raigned in Court.^|^iy|' Vr-V-*"&-h :V A -. I.'-'-.' C. W. Robertstine, who was •'ar rested at the North Dakota state fair grounds. Friday night on a .charge of haying liquor in his possession for sale, waived examination .when ar raigned before Judge Phil Mc Loughlin. court which jail: Robertstine today is making an effort -to raise the' bonds, authorities said. The arrest was made by Chief Lowe and Captain John Bliven. They dis covered nearly a gallon of "moon shine" in Robertstine's -car, which, they said,, had a false bottom in it. Later the aUthoHties searched Robert stine's home and found a quantity of home- made liquor. FOOTBALL STARS VISIT IN .CITY Two of 'the North Dakota university football stars on last fall's eleven arc visiting in the city today. They are Walter Burkman of Hibbing, Minn., star fullback, and Cam McKay of WalhaHa -one-of the halfbacks. Mr. Burkman is en route to points in southern Minnesota, where he will re main. .until .the. 1922 squad .reports for training. IV^cKay has been keeping in condition by playing baseball 'dur ing the summer. NATIONAL LEAGUE $ New York, July 25.—Kelly's hitting enabled New York to defeat Philadel phia, yesterday, 4 to 3. The first base man batted in all of the Giant runs with a home run, double and single. His home run was his sixteenth of the season and his third in the last three days. Pittsburgh New York Boston -.. . Brooklyn ...' St. Louis .. Chicago Cincinnati .. Philadelphia tfrMldc '.Sb-r.. A- Mmb.- ppst ii E Philadelphia ..010 100*010—3 S New York 002 020 OOx—4 9 1 Ryan and Peters. Smith Hubbell and 4 Brooklyn, July 25.—Boston took a tlose game from Brooklyn yesterday •6 to 5, scoring the tleing and win ning runs on Johnston's wild throw to the plate in the eighth inning. Sec ond Baseman Ford's nose was broken by a fast bounder from Johnston's bajt in the. first inning. Score: .... E Boston 010 021 020—6 12 2 Brooklyn 020 111 000—5 10 1 Oeschger, Scott, McQuillan and O' Neil Cadore, Reuther and Krueger. Cincinnati, July 25.—Rixey was never in trouble after the first Inning yesterday, while the Reds found Cheeves and York easy, Cincinnati winning from Chicago 'by a score of 7 to 1. Cheeves was batted out of the •box In the fifth inning. ScOre: E Chicago^.—... 100 000 000—1 6 4 raaciimftiv ..,VU0 032 OOx— 7 12 1 Cheeves, York','- Jones and Daly Rixey and Hargrave. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago, July 25.—Philadelphia ev ened up the series with Chicago yes terday by winning a wierd game 11 to 6. The visitors hit Hodge hard and this coupled with erratic' playing made the victory easy for Moore, who pitch ed a good game untir the last inning when he weakened and the loca4s ,staged' a belated rally. Score: E Philadelphia .. 040 012 031—11 15 2 'Chicago 010 000 005— 8 12 0 Moore and Perkins Hodge and Yaryan. Detroit. July 2&.—Detroit used four pitchers in an effort to stop Washing ton yesterday, but the Senators bat' tied all of them hard and aided by Tiger errors, won 14 to 6. Johnson was hit freely, but tighten ed in the pinches and ifter the second inning Detroit was never within strik ing distance. Score: Washington ... 112 313 300—14 20 0 Detroit 010 310 001— 6 15 5 Johnson and Picinich Dauss, Stew art, Parks, Cole and Bassler. Cleveland, O., July 25.—New York evened .up the series yesterday by winning 7 to 3. Both Mails and Shaw key were almost invincible for seven innings, only .three hits being made off Shawkey. who then retired in fa vor of a pinch hitter, and two off Mails. Bagby, who acted as a relief -pitcher, was batted hard in the ninth. Babe Ruth scored his one hundredth and first run of the yeau*. Score: R. H. B. «New York 010 000 033—7 10 1 Cleveland ..... 010 001 001-^-3 4 0 Shawkey, Mayes and Schang Mails. Bagby and O'Neil. THE PENNANT RACE NATIONAIj league. W. •SO BS 61: 46 42 40 30' 26 AMERICAN UEAGtE, W. Cleveland .. New York Washington Detroit .... St. Louis Chicago.... ». Brmtort ., Philadelphia. 1 5 L. 31 33 35 46 46 48 Pet. ..656 .625 .593 .500 .477 .466 .409 .24# '52 61 Pet. .6*7 5#« 58 50 38 48'^ 48 .600 4 4 7 4 0 6 42 '-mh 50 .467 ... 50 .461 60 444 V# 36 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louisville Minneapolis !t Milwaukee .. Kansas City -, St. Paul Toledo w. -67 44 44 .60 •i1' -•ft 66. 48 44 '43.!. ffo&x. 'mftod July .a5?r-i%d Pi» ••vm |^pger ,: flyte*.,boai: lh cali«tjln the draft dnring :1 whlish. left Detroit Friday oft CMcago for the P^giant ^airlM fi^ awwenirtrs ^Hd will be welcoated on Mu^»W».h*r0.1* -Thopipson .an^eiV .o4Bci^«.. -/w Ibsfc. 'til' 'i 1 W 111 '--'•i&kJ fr w^11 'i Delegation to Attend Char ter Presentation Next •y-AT: :-|pN" /^Saturday. A delegation from the Grand Forks Ki'wanis club will journey to Bemidji next Saturday, to .attend the cere* monies which are. beinjr, arranged in connection with the presentation of a l^W^' 1 J.'-. STORE OPEN SATUR0AY EVENINGS Until 9 $1.75 BLOUSES .5 Here are hundreds of new fresh Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine Bkmaes. These are worth twice the price. Ten Day Sale Price $4.75 CORSETS Every Genet hi oar stock win be planed oa sale. Ten Day Sale 20% Discount Muslin Underwear AH MasUn Us a big saving to yta. Sale,, L^i 20% Discount Khm I Lakes' ^11 '41' umbe of. clubs from the Minnesota district will be represented. District' officers from the Twin Cities will present the charter. Grand Forks and Fargo clubs with several' other Kiwanis organisations from the Minnesota and North Dako ta district will join hands at the an nual district convention in Red Wing next month/in an effort to' secure the next district meeting for Grand Forks in 1922. Indications are that Grand Forks is being looked upon favorably as the place for the 1922 convention. Herald Want Ads Bring Results GRAND FORKS HERALP, lilONDA^ JULY, 25fl92i: mi- Plans Completed For Ac commodation of O'clock Wash & Gingham Udin1 tkin Waeh Prcaws, to CWmiw for street wear. All styles and ikui. Tataee vp I Ken Bar fitle Mae $9.75 Gingham Street Dresses This is a special lot. Yow choiee, Ten Day Sale Price Saks E. .' UMaf Salt XJnkm Oalla. A special lmsgaltu See ttMae gar mtmtm. Ten pay Sale-Prioe 1 W35©'®i frO»e Pet, .SSI .669 .64% .621 .4(8 .46? •469 6 2 62 3 I i. Da7 Sale Prlas T. R. Vi I® Highway Motorists. Tuesday evening at about 8 o'ctyck the tourists maKing the Theodore Roosevelt Highway socialiblty tour from Duluth, Minn., to .Glacier Na tional parlc ^re expected to iurivte in Grand Forks. -^They will spend the night here, leading the city to con tinue the tour at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning. ',, Arrangements ihave been practical ly completed for the accommodation of the tourists while here. They will be met at Crookstoq and escorted to Grand Forks by a number of Repre sentatives of this city and East Grand Forks. Hotel and garage reserva tions are being cared for and the visiting motorists will be given ttekets to the local theaters by way of en tertainment. According to reports received here about 60 cars started on the trip •this morning- to' be joined along 'the way by other machines. It is expect ed that a number of local residents Ladies' Spring and Summer ABV IBB 8UC raiCSB: Regular ap to $SB^O, II Iter sole Price.. Regular np to tu.00, 10 Day Sale Price... NEW FDR COATS Vim Par Oaatn are here in large varieties. Raoooooa, Bmk Minks, Marmots, Won* bats, Sealtnew, etc. The prices are about one-half of what tbey were a year ago. Our price la, T*en Day Sale si HOSIERY! HOSIERY! lot of nnsfcwy. ,,..'ife'-The Ib'Av Mt Paloa ^VwieliiMu OQl Warn &*: tMs ktynOa fee taae Now- is tbe best 0 Discount NEW FALL dfTIT'Q ^We^are rtMrtjc^osv^UB BaMa^ nay are ^We^are rtMrtjc^osv^UB BaMa^ nay are aStmm!* titDay^Me**™**: v*, ^. wltl ioin the- group here and Accom pany the tourists to other points in the state, some alll' the Way through to GlaCler Natlonal par)t. A servlco truck provided with mechanics will make the trlp across the state to care for engine troubles. Thp Theodore Roosevelt Highway tour has bpen arrange^ for the pur pose of boosting the good roads movement, and the T. R. highway in particular. Fifty-one posts of the American Legion have been chartered outside the continental limits of the United States. The posts are distributed aiporig Ahree territorial possessions and 17 foreign^. Countries of four con tinents. ADVERTISEMENT. Broke Up Hiistltteplig "We had to break up housekeep iiL5 because of ray wife's stomach trouble. No medicine did her-any good for more than a few hours. On a visit to Qshkosh a friend praised Mayr's Wonderful Remedy so highly my wife tried it and she has enjoyed the best of health since taking it." It is a sim ple, harmless preparation that re moves the catarrhal,, mucus from the intestinal tract and alloys the inflam mation which causes practically all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. At drug gists everywhere. aStmm!* titDay^Me**™**: v*, ^. eoMttoa.' Van D^ We isiDiscount «issi SIBk Jersey AH at tho .'Panj MmMn mmbimebi:. 4.75 :'vf' to uy Smt^ ms: Our store is overflowing witfr Fail aisd Winter Gartneat*. ,A Fall Suit, Coat or Dre#s now K71 I6MND FORKS GARMENT POPULAR PRICE STORE Hundreds of People Took Advantage of Our GREAT TEN DAY SALE THE OPENING DAY—SATURDAY SALE CONTINU $25.00 .$16.75 Regalar np to (KM, C7 OA 10 Bay SUe Price. iJIU ADDITIONAL WAGE CUT FOR MINERS IS ANNOUNCED Duluth, Minn., July Rflialv «p-to 4 1» Day Sale Moe.vV.v^v.^v....#0«£ 10% Discount :Wm NEW1: WOOLWM, J,VR*S.?.'. •, •. ... R.-FIF. T\1 25.-^Additional reduction of 10 pelr cent i*1 the wages of its ten thousand miners and fur ther curtailment of operations ID th'e Lake Superior district wias announced today by the Oliver Irbn Mining'com pany, a subsidiary of the United State* Stsel corporation. The wage cut becomes .effective August 1. The Oliver Arm, which has exten sive holdings on the M:ess,ba and Yer inilion ranges in Minnesota and on the Gogebic rante in Michigan, -made its first wage reduction'since, the var on Majr IS, when 20 per cent, was sliced from the pay of its eleven thou sand miners. This force has tince been reduced to ten thousand* many of whom are working on the part time basis. Officials of the, Oliver firm said the -wage scale after the second cut on August 1, still will be well above the pre-war level. DRESSMAKING Plaitlac MRS. A. T. STINSON 407 DeMars Aj*. Both Phones SHOP LADIES' SPRING TlLEhK ABJE THK FBX0B8: Becidar np to $MJW, f4J 7R 1* Say Sale Pri»....,..v.......W,hfu Recnlar np to -,' .'1 1#-^ Day Sale Prioe— ..y,....... vji C171 naosSy iS'swTStaittsei r/ '.&£.*• :-R\K III #-J. .W.:.."*-•--JAR.TR F- A* mwi Discount Ian IfatHiin nls Ml rWBCOWW New Is Here in Qreat Variety Coit or will hold the JOHNSON'S ^4 for HOSIERY Gingham Street Tbta tan Day Sale 1 •v: good. -Ttay eocne tn all the warn nuUeirials, fur collar aad calls, also plate tailored eOSeeta are skewn. Prices range Bran Tea Day Sato ,U". .. rrf J" '*8 -f t^'* .Bar Mte" ,f ojo HMte Wank ftMa. Aa Ny Sale Pride. Onelot'iafboa a good choio^. Make a gsameit byying figfa vfom. W EVENING BDITIQNjb^ mtpments Of ore fri^ tl^ Superior district thls season will not' aggregate more 'than 25,000,000 *Oii8, in the opinion of isiperts.:: ThatJwo«ia compare with «0,410,000 to*js shipped last-year. Due to t)ie material reduction" *11 cotton acreage this year Texas i»r thfe iarjgrest^-acfeailre in corn thatV^t ever been planted in that .State. a-BSiilte 'MM ll'&rX&.l/ sure did its'share toward mak ing the NORTH DAKOTA STATE FAIR -the biif'^ucpew that it waa.^ Barker System Bakery Vl 404 DeMetw Phono-..lV-V-t-.Gmiil' 197S /v Forks .. 1 x-'W lot Wo. ». Ten $4.75 Children's We lrfH place one lot dp me Values np to fa.SO. Ten Day Sale Prioe S" I'1 jfl ".••V.'v* .-^ 1b taffeta, sattaa, etc. Vataes vp to. $£8.00. Tea Day Sale p*loo. s-1-1 •.-•,...• Silk Pettkoals 'i-%' "I''. (o ao sale. MoolJy Jei regalar vp to flM Vea Sale Moa Dw rr. Qtene Kimonas. TTi nalai price iSja Ten Day Sale Prteo $2.9r«!5t!w:,! fr* *1 iW-fy-f i/W: Wo ban rooa «Ueb win- be See tbeae by all Stale Prtoe One loeef 1 1 «61om and an atoea flflb Hct DftJ Kn' fllg A fegSMli W 11 deposi tanJ we you want it k.