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GAMESATURDAY
Tva1 Team Will Wag In
A cam wiu trmy in
the
suffering
The coach sent bis proteges thnragh
a gruelling scrimmage practice Wed
nesday afternoon when be took Them
to the University field for a half hour
scrimmage with the varsity second
string squad. The high school ath
letes showed up we!! agates their
larger opponents and no serious in
juries were reported as a result of the
fray.
Ben incup
to Pitch for
The Colonels\
Ijouisville. Ky., Oct. 6
association was out today to make it
two in a row from Baltimore, peocant
Vcw York, Oct. 5.—Here's bow
ine scores were made In today's
world Series game:
Three Yankee*' thre«» runts came
to the flrst, fifth and i-txth in
nines.
In the llrst inning. Miller, the
flnt man up, singled to center. He
was sacrificed to second by Peck
tnpangti and seorcd on Rnth's hot
single to center.
The second rnn came in the
fifth inning. McNally, starting the
batting doubled to left Held, went
to third on Bhang's sacrifice bit
aod stole home.
As in the case of, the other two
now, the first man to face thc
ptteher In the sixth. Peckinpaugh
came home. He singled, got sec
ond' on a passed ball and scored
o«t MeaseTs long hit to left field.
Meiisel reached third, bat was de
dared ont for failing to toocfc first.
*Jh.J
ACTUM,.
1
-.... came. The Detroit niiwpf psr
Bttle quarterback of the Grand ^rks ^„ned
high school footfall team, who went against Pittsburgh.
into
from injuries received in
tackle the strong Fargo high school
machine at Fargp, according to
George Bass, high school mentor.
"Snooty" Robertson, hucky tackle,
who watched the Bemidji game last
day rooming.
A large number of high schoo! root
ers and the high school band are
planning to make the trip to the
southernly city for the game Saturday
•morning. Th«» game will be called, at
10 o'clock at Dacotah field, ajcoording
to present plans, bo that it win *not
-™—i^^^^i«iwwS*w**iw2ii2£w
-*v
*v
they can baft Babe Ruth
For
'j& .FargO Saturday known, aundi out a» om of the big
Morning
Captain Mandeth Schuyler, gritty
H", in^auKd
winners of the International league, 1 ««»«a yesterday ay 2. Fnsch
in the second game rf the junior {bear careful watching.
world- (series. Manager McCarthy of
the Colonels, planned to start Pitcher
Ben Ttncup. the Indian who did not
lose a game during the season, or
Ernie Koob. a former major league
ftar. His selection depended upon
the pitcher chosen by Jack Dunn,
pilot cf the vanquished Baltimore
team. Jack Bentlev wag Dunn's prob
ably choic». although Grove, who
worked the flrrt three innings of yes
terday's game, also was under con-
Kideration. The sixteen to one defeat any one participating in an entire
I^uisville handed Baltimore yesterday ries.
was the worst beating the Orioles
hare'taken in four years.
How Yankee Rtau
Were Accumulated
In Opening Game
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iii
Sporting News of the Day
heroes of the Yankees over the
Giant* In the first game of the world's
series.
He took his place with Ty Cobb in
the hall of baseball notabiss bjr steal
Ins home in a world's scries title
the tTick in m9
Bemid ji game last Saturday I McNally made the steal in the fifth
'inning. after he bad reached third on
hlj5 4oubl^ aniJ
ajomni same, will be in first class -j didn't get a signal to try
wndUlon Saturday morning when the steal," McNaMy said, with a bashf'a!
local high school gridiron
«*r»»*
schAng"* sscriftce-
wjnjUp
_jrriwtl grin, "but I ju*t figured I oouW beas crse TKif* seew ifcissrf «trs-w^v»^
warriors
tr,&.i*- & Bj.ag"Ve asc a «r,si»'rf £TTC 3E
'Ah*r
stojeu
ixzs*
tc
223
New Tort. Oct. t—7%e Kemb
gjviag dmner. tUT tie qsecmc t£
who wtli fool ib» bi^l. renaans as is-
school lost to the Fargo prep school jj. eerie* t» seppiy tiie tiimwr lt»r uj csnranoa'. line uf tdauter of
,by a 13 to count. The locai coach *h»- -srfeoJe 3Cetwe Icjmll™" iert muirli. cimrapeTnent ic his felinw bedsra.
expects to take a much stronger team Tti? youiycer i&ensel willjngty ar- Kor ~r** GismTE. Cnari Th^i* ^en
south this ear and is eonfldert that cep^ed. TiingE wcctipiec tht box ltixm£ tijirfi
the boys will tum in a wir. Saturday. Tv&zt th- brrr-QT* enter tie
Sparks From
S portland
The sensational coliegaai! Frwdi.
third sacker for the Gias&s whe y»
terdaj toacbed Mays for four hata.
was expected to piay the cteBar role
in the Nationals iineup. Frwch's
strength on attack is deer}y tasown by
•Victorious uf trwk ..——
in the opening ^ame, the champion- With an av«a«e of .S?2.
ship Loulsvn» club of the American T??*
rJp
hlp
reoora of 47
Frisch'e performance yesterday
give him a splendid start toward
beating some of the big records for
batting in other world series. In 1*14
Hack Gowdy mad« a sensational run
against Bender and Plank. In eleven
times to bat wben he had completed
bis final torn, he had one home run.
one triple, three doubles and one sin
gle for a total percentage of .545. a
mark that has not been surpassed by
There is something fascinating in
an athletic contest similar to the
world series, that is hard to resist,
and the fact is few do resist it. judg
ing by the number of representative
1 citizens of thi» city that gathered in
front of the Herald building at the
time the results of the games were
bulletined. The first one on the *xae
was a county official well past sixty.
He arrived a half an hour before the
results were scheduled to come over
the wire so as not to mise anything.
Among the fans were ministers,
judges,, attorneys, doctors, the usual
quota of small boys, a liberal sprink
ling of the fair sex. and in fact all
I classes were on hand, all eagerly fol
lowing' the fate of the Yanks and
Giants in the games over two thou
sand miles away. No color line was
drawn for there were also negroes in
I the gathering Just as enthusiastic a»
their white brothers. The city "Dads"
1
missed the opportunity to be on hand
Wednesday as a council meeting was
in progress at the time, but they no
sooner adjourned when a lively dis
cussion ensued in regards to the
merits of the two teams, and the
thing of greatest moment was to find
out the result of the day's play.
Colorado, Springs, Colo., Oct. 6.—
Harry Schuman, Denver welterweight,
has been matched to meet Jack Brit-
spm-tf
\y
Back Again 1
TMROT, you'll IUm Its loolMti
X* Imported Sustatm wnppw.
w*5» ywp Uftht up, TOU'1!
'"to if«, MM «ood old
An «SEsptJoaal Tmltw
•fain «ttb«Mprlec,
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BROTHERS
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Sidelights on the Series
CJW THE (HAVES STOP "HDfOBOIB JOKE" -WO
IS THU BHi PROBUaf TODAY.
Nw York, Oct. «.—Can the GUau osd gane of tie mtrSm ww Trying'
atop Mike McNsfly today. appeared tmo tar a» niffTii ii»Tf jot
to be mi mooted a queiOoa among
world'" series fans as that of whether
-Mtnorioke Hike,- he is
canwMi. MQt feaafeoap
staadiac of -M* Sitr tSrr gBiac
the merit*.
"XJeS jnoar
a TarJfcw fowenc *JS» sne»
ho:ocragfc« ms SU* atari- »*E st
bat ia tte eaglif^b anritnr .msui. jJkv
The poczxnr nsm wtc^- r*ifij tan "Ba3»r
fazciij aure -JO Jaw* a evdc TS*nks- rescmF -wrist McX-alSy sotie
nam? rt ri»e Elii..
conflict with the college game to be cue betwee® tise twi- brtniierf EmE Sor M-bbc's on'rr i»uu»ic rr -yh
pjayed in F'argo th» aarne day. The a^ij &r>t—to settjec ry t3is=- "mc- «be a rxrrntr: n. fas irrnaier
North Dakota Aggies will play the tiiig in the worie"* wer^s. Tes^r wner tivr
Aberdeen Norn)%! on Da.'Wtsli t3zsil. ti? fadsr o* tbt twc. ifis* 1^ 7 zia? sesouc jnnmp. inn
fleld in the afternoon. fielder fotr *je ax^d a. ^a- i* brcther a
SBT!iiif
aj? "iixe
Coach Basts has spent the early part tiosial leagT» bsrtaig est, jet it ie -craf TTra.ru
of the week strengthening the hdgh y.wvm iocey tiaz be iiac u. upuae£
school line and putting ptrrch and Brob«T Bob. isarx fak-isg Taatee "Hrh«»r Sctr icaer1- sc ourms
drive Jnto the backfleld. L«ast year i= rightSelder. a Itrtie sen« oi tieir tb« Tan'ns trm- trr zm henci: be
A rather flyky the JocaJ high owe. "tb^ 00* vhc uxzJ&es- ii» ks£r. irajF ooa^nn^ ar iturfi
K. intmagfTiT Smi*i iiin T»rlr*.
and throw, sc* I as C5»rl 3fcr* tC zitr TsEnfeeass 'i ltgfe S5«p JRfliU: ^*3Rfe. SS»V 1. 5*
started toward the plate." har-x ~lg Saa'j s.a aieai iirniair «3ter
Sattirday from the »ide lines because• siije of the pi&ie asd did 00' rcata sntc? nncSaeBt ru -rtemcr wisiw» Ti* 3Sas- JSat-oc .£r. -rtj* vvg. jj^v,
of injuries received in the alumni: the runner. i-vjte u, -w»-l" «-nnnp- -jt. 5iai --5irriB»{: aworfc. aars Sail. Sn$^
game, will also be jn the line-up in! McS'»J!) did rot 5®rcre^n tJae Seiie.. t»t- seriic." JSiczr JssS- imrm "wi?f- rtf ar A^nscraiBn
tip top condition for the fray when but hie battxng aj base .* uT T~TBg ret~ »CK.. p3a^*tT^r TmTr. «r. ^Bs^r^aalfc
the whistle is blown at Fargo Satur-jord was seffioeot. f®3ir tmses i»
Crat plr 1T
c~t-r
it-
19
home rutA
imng: -«fi3nr a 7»pws5»j*e-. 3t ^cas .*aniii«rr as a 5trtasft: MS^xort
iworet. iu-»uyvgr. that i«- iorakec ju«
3mir.
leit fielder rd:
teBt
5s teep"
•me.. -weherwKjin cfaaaajtiun, SaJti
tntrt. C«cxtber IT. artssrfltnp bb
itomiTemein iwsre by Sctattnmn's fflEi
aeer. Enfiie SrwofcE.
Hock Tute-Ttc.. UL. Oct- €.—Oeorge
jjasa. former w«lterw«igte boxer
later manager an 3 jjromtsaer
here sadceniy Sunda-r naui j-ine Xe«Sii
Ten thoasaad Je*»
A-e ciaidtig' house
Withwt the stale's yermitigc
To 63: the neode
Cwf
a TrtlTHoa 9**des
Who TOtei prohlbStiofi.
CDfTRE COLLEGE
TO HAVE GOOD
FOOTBALLSQUAD
Twelve of Last Year Men
Repeated For Play This
Season.
Ianv2l.
men practicing regularly the football'
The ,/
on.
"Bo"*\£-wniaP i\fmatoinS
Bo McMillan handling the back-1
field men immediately began work
Twelve of last year's squad reported
for work William N.-Jones, the veter
an tackle bringing with him two
Texas boys, E. L» Koker. a 192 pound
tackl« from Georgetown, Tex., and
Rov
SmHh, a 195 pound tackle from
Dallas.
Other, veteran members of the
squad are B. W. .Creamer, guard J.
B. Roberts, tackle H. R. Snoddy,
end C. Rice, center J. Murphy, half
back T. M. Mo ran, halfback J. P.
Tanner, fullback V. G. Bartlett, half
back and George Chinn, guard.
New men who have appeared on
the field include Rhodes Ingerton,
end. Amarillo, Tex. Hope HUdgins,
end. Ft, Worth, Tex.: Howard Lynch,
Amarillo, Tex. Weldon Bradley, end,
Ft. Worth, Tex. H. Neft, halfback.
South Pittsburg. Tenn. George Jones,
guard, Dallas, Tex. Priest, end, Hen
derson, Ky.. Mlncc' Gbrdy, fallback.
Peoples Tucker School, Tennessee J.
A. Sharon, fullback, St. Loui& Mo.
Oovlngton and ImOn, hiilfbacks,
Mayfield. Ky. Farmer quartet. New
Tork Rubarth, tackle. Get^sville,
Tex. Reed, end, Msyfleld, Ky. Mun
hall. Pittsburg, and Donald Dean,
tackle, Pittsburg.
ROSE SCOTT WINS
IN STRAIGHT HEATS
ON LEXINGTON TURF
Xexington, Ky., Oct. .6.—Ros# Scott,
Henry Oliver's blaak Ally bjr Peter
Scott-Royal MacKinney, repeated her
great performance of last year when
she won the two-year-old division of
the Kentucky futurity by takfltg the
1921 three-year-oU divisidb in
straight heats at the second day's
meeting of
rthe
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jrarpririog erent, and so iru Csi«ri»w Qiac: 1 wtltsiTr. ^3a»i eff £s^)asi£
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when the pitch nu made vo 3H^jer mx&r XsCtrsw »Jjw£ MasiwwjKTr «i 8rf«»ate? ?feasnj»jw». 4* ?vf
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Bust "SFaikier of CfcT- -wm "core "wm one up. T%.is liuEX^vectec. Zr,"
meet here October II. it a ten Vonnft "s^»a=t inr "ibeJ&ritJtt aam *1 ir
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MESIHICBS
DEFEATS) ONE DP
Wiis
Over
Fur
OiJit
Kt.. Oct- f.—With forty oocfidmt a»d gnulang kfor? a ^?c
hr3d
iOT a par fo^j.
CW««o
Grand Circuit here to-
day. The purse for today's race was
814,000.
J. Lee, piloted bjj Curtis, #on the
third heat of the unfinished 2:15
trot, the flrst heats of Which were
won on Tuesday by Lightsome Watts.
This event was a three-heat race
raced under a new rule whereby the
winner of two successive htets it
taken out and the »ma4n(ti§ horses
contest for the remainder ot the
purse.
Main Direct eautily won ,tHs 8:04
pace. B. Fleming piloted ftol Ka to
victory In straight heats in th6 2:0(
trot. The Cumberland, a 2:01 pace
make event for 82.000. was fifrt fln
lihed Walter K. wlnhin« tH* flrst
hest anf Jimmy MtKerron takihg the
••eond.
Herald Want A«i firing tMbtta
-T Tt r»i t»TBS«d«3t O? The OiCJor* r«n)|Ha^
Jill !a. i-aCSXS. JI, CO vuSQgu "srhr hac seen volntie'y sipn^nt
Frrnch. Brit-
ann (jnamam
QMtiljHtKi
"®y ABSu^uiac ?JI»..~
Seal. X. J.. Oct.
arnrji. s^esv-womHE of etH
ocrsrr ic delesc iwiEj hrfnrp ihe ja:-
5.—3£isp OecC
wauf ove tc* acute th* cha^piom^p r. maK ^e Uanm of 5^1
a life amhitinn—tc koohk a rea^ Erven jmw 7
1 w=orid's champion by hkih-i ti«- wjaietKang wtiici! in ihe e»5
jraolirwooc GoE ciub nocorren nr. ±i ht? p-ornxnenep «s 1a lahM- leader Mr
home green ESQ SBBK as on? of th
mng ~Ti~1' rrr and tense clricaaBr an
the •*-_'• of wnggff spons prtnciiiies
'j Ameraeax 'jwn. Ger-mucy. S.1 iia «s£ Jajiat lntt a
For tht Amaitai wimai iz snant tr-ip« t±i*t wiii ojer, a sew
the aaauctDed of BDmetlirnir tfcet ire e-a nf strife.."" h«
oarer -woman off her imsixmaJiSr has rje-w. "T«o not hnhere taa
eres- achieved in efaasrpioiiship
com-
marksK-y «eady pottice. was ahle to
re*ch the home grecat ali ere® with edener:
her famed opposest.
ij Each of her
lay on the g.'tet.'
fraDJ^
L«tch over-rae by ahotzt 1» fe^-t wliih
{her approarh putt, while Mrs. I«etis!
.u short by ten feet. MSss
Leitch mimtA her wext putt aad waik- ..- -a-T-a-n -newt thg Lm.^ States
jed away. discfciisoia4iP?y. Mrs. lirtts.1
"s the gjruaricm ho"*id the ri-rn.nl domestic, are looked upon
outlook at Centre college this fall is
a team that will be the «qual of the .. jas iiren:? aimed against Japanese ex
great team of the last hree years, in V****''
».« _. Scarcely had the click of the ball! Bojrfsexik Russia hails the
of college officials. There trrrping ii the cup died away
in,defeat,
"Tl^v" TW,hinTr^n, ihaod soccesBfoI rival only a 1 waiting to be plundered.
"T\ny
Uf£ed
before!
area score or more of men who have the gaJuery burst into a tremendoa. ism. Apart from this fact Russia is
had football experience elsewhere' be- cheer and rushed to congratulate the! in an economic chaos, and needs
sides a number of veteran players. ivictor-. Leiich was graceful, money In the worst possible way the
players and carried to thejasce of ^h^fu "Ure were to make an
VvTi .w armed descent upon the United States,
,OT «rTeat«**?»« tojcoald the British empire stand aside
f» of women, golf is best!as a neutral nation?"
epitomized in the wotds of the defeat
ed star herself—"I had a rronderful ftfCW DDT CAM Tf\ DC
opponent, who didn'i crack." "tlf IlUjUn 1U DC
Mtu. l^ai,ham Hall,' who is competing
as a representative of Mid-Surrey,
England, but is actually the English
born wife of an American citizen, a
native of New York, today defeated
Mrs. Melvin Jones cf Chicago, the
western champion, five and three.
Miss Alexa Stirling, who is defend
ing the title, had no trouble in defeat
ing the gray-haired veteran, Mrs. Ca
leb Ifox of Philadelphia, five and four.
AMERKANSWIN
OPENING GAME
Kerr Pitches Better Ball
Than Alexander and
Wins 2-0
Chicago, Oct. 6.—Dick Kerr was a
better pitcher than Grover Alexander
today and the Chicago Americans
shut out the Chicago Nationals 2 to
0 In the flrst meeting of the two
clubs since 1916. Kerr allowed his
opponents only five scattered hits,
three of which were made by Barber,
While the National leaguers' ace was
touched for ten, safe blows, most of
which were bunched. Alexander was
unable to stop the lefthands on Cubs
Johnson and Collins touching him for
three times each while Hooper and
Strunk gathered.. two apiece.
The attendance was announced at
16,543 and the gross receipts 814,8?.«
14: The commissioners' share was
$2,164.77, and the players' share f7,
328.22,.a total of 84,884.16 went into
the club's share which is. to be di
vided equally at the end of the series.
Score: ..
R. H. B.
Chieagb Nationals.OVOOOOfOO—0 5 2
Chicago Ameri's...0»100100z—2 jo 2
A"
lexander and Farrell Kerr and
Shalk.
New Tork,- Oct. 6.—Edward
Money,18, headed,.the attenuated
line t^at formed at7 the bleacher en
tran^ at the Polo grounds early this
morning, "I'm out for—money," he
said.' "I'll take 826 for my place."
,JBut up to an hour wejl aft*r dawn he
was still waiting for a customer.
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By Tknc fiitiwi
»:tawa. C3tnt_. Oct. 5.—Thas
wBl Me thf «atbr».k of a
wnrjc war -wfcicfa. Jc ferocary. -wil, «ccf
pc» the one that ic-ofcf not ir ^Sl-*
if rte&rai 7- Peter "Wrifrtii. -C-otrt
c2dt of the steaancn-rF sa£ ?*ir»Tpe.T.
"mriT. nf -3reas Brnair., Ajart Sbi
r2E*r:
known xfcroagSi nt the Io-
mrranr as "ax jafrrooa* of si»e'labic
axrd
-the Bn^lisfe mumar -who hoiCF tiona^ aJtecs.^ 3« has nafe -hrse
the Sritisfc. F-remnc a^ic Canafiaar
1
a fCnoenz of aiteraa-
"tocrs nf the owiunjot f: 011* the Atiaai-
•=»„_»*_
axc
prer»on this
titaay icter-
war.
petitao^i- asd *hs' the A^ziencaxi we ra3« be 3d a ^rscjpr. to me*-- a aad
'Aaanjiioii. 3C» ASexa Strriin*: rf At- tr- proact-t Dtir*e^re» wbeas it casaea.
dt* whs
w» w£l
-,c
laatta. Oe_ hae twice laSesfl to accsom- Bin w32 w* fin th»T
pJish on-ubt St
Qrit "Whf^ner tfce Bnorti «^r.pcre wot:?d average: spots off mot* range, $6.60
Ijostag the fits holies .and' he drawn iwtf this tuvggle '•aK be #"-"5: balk. 88.259 8.75 pigs mostly
rii pickSng ax «ee ttxtK. »ii '^T'f fleirafieifi the marri of eT^ssts." h% SS.#1®.
two down at the ixu-n, ti» Ctocagr-i-otrntlcDefi.. -TTh^i^was is Berfis Sheep receipts. 2.500 receipts wers
1 woisaji. irao if a former weaterr otjr a short tia» ape. 3 was told on .' mostly native and Dakota lambs
women-* chattipioti. satie one of the tmfijsptAei aatboTity that the :Janjhc largely 25 cents higher some
most remarkable esSnbiooiis of trrrt. f-tu-it had Seer re-esublish^d in the ?p ™orf i""'* native and Dakota
e*»r senas is wosrseffl's na£ioisa5 ooanje- Vtjiea smhem cans *ve-- greater f*™
titiozL Aitonsh vnt-drivtn by the: ane trror»-fficwit basa tha= «rer be-' 'heep strong: bulk better
BnUsfa chajnpiOTt. Mrs. l*c*. by re- fore.. Ais-v here are thre- r.uigtani-
TbM:v are. vvrtlx
Geraaaay biame* the United
her present position, especi-
"her eoosomlc difficulties the
Stales has built up a world
a
hrealhless by the tmaeneai ?!.r*?* ^°r'
.heT
tc- v£i.nese statesmen and financiers
paff'2n
}d™}"
Waited States as the seat of capital-
wnsiy clasping the rxiu^i States is a golden treasury
September 12 moment before the American was: 'Tbfse three facts bring to mind an
to the shoulders of several other obvious question. I' this tripte alU-
ERECTED IN PLACE
OF ONE DESTROYED
lona. Mich.. Oct. 8.—Inmates of
the Michigan state reformatory here
which was almost completely de
stroyed by fire yesterday with' a loss
of nearly a half
a
million dollars,
were put to work today clearing aWay
the debris for the erectlori of a new
model prison.
The state administrative board and
members of the prison board 'are ex
pected to decide to rebuild the insti
tution immediately. Of the 880 con
victs. only one took advantage of the
fire to effect an escape.
State troopers and company of
national guard are patrolling the
prison walls and officials anticipate no
trouble with the convicts.
KING DID HIS
OWN DRIVING
Paris, Oct, 6.—Three detectives in
a fast touring car were seht to the
y«~mes «*te by prefect of Police
Leuillier to meet King Ferdinand of
Rumania when he drove in from
Tours the other day
ii'iiitmn
•Whf.iW
-'^ti "WO *w»i*
tw«3 ii*«Vnto«»h»» fci»a
S^rs RWf*^»c *Wt wiM*
o**x.
Ktvrtj- ftr for?lRti
«*dW»Hl« *ti of yt»fe
t»-!SWcs-V 4g**t»T«j ad-rnJy^s.
«!ta *a*
_"lagti (h* 5xStj#tttedisite s8s
•sSpirs, itip 1M8'to-6
1-1
p»i«ts and Meixinth l»etroieu»h
xuss I 5-S |Kirtts ?ci*r*r. RaldWiti.
OhandleT. PrUlL Knrtioott
?.4S
,^r
,-.ther h«atj- issues, IMdnfc 1 to 6
I3Kt3CT*\"
al nror. 5 1-SsStt.SB "flm 4s Si.If) bid
thi roSn-nsa's «fcwum pts Sle sifnr* ^-nnji -4s SC.9C bid: frrtft 4 1-4R 1-T®
-safi wjic wsctiTi?*, "ttec S: nevnr s^ond 4 SI .82: ihirfi 4 1 -4s
h*£ xwise *51Bbt, »•. .Tr. thf 94*7 fourth 4 14s W.M: Victory
whole milk twfea. «Teria!?.
the -.
averapt nss. il
1-2.
SOCTH ST. PACT.
Hogs receipts. 5.000 market mostly
10 to 15 cents lower th&n yesterday's
a
CHICAGO.
LIVE STOCK.
Chicago, Oct. 6.—Cattle receipts
IS.000 good and choice steers aili No.
yearlings scarce opening steady
other beef steers and most grades slie
stock slow to lower bulk bfeef steers
86.25 69,50 bulls 15 to 25 lower
bologna bulls largely [email protected]
calves steady to lower stockers and
feeders strong.
Hogs, receipts 28,000 fairly active
lights and llirht butchers mostly 10 to
15 lower Others steady to 10 lower
than the yesterday's Average top
88.^0 bulk lights and light butchers
88.15©8.40 bulk packing sows 6.75©
7.15 pigs strong bulk desirable
87.50©7.75.
Sheep receipts 18.000 fat native
lambs opening strong to 25c higher:
fio western sold early fat sheep and
feeder latribn strong early sales fit
native lambs 88.00©8.60 to packers:
up to 88.90 to city butchers choice 97
pounds fed western yearlings 87.00
fed western wethers 85.50 feeder
lambs early $7.25 late Mies yesterday
|7.80©7.78.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago jOct. 6.'7-Although new low
record prices on Wheat were "touched
in -4he wheat niarkot todky, advances
later were scored, -Offerings appear
ed to be passing I*.to strong hands.
The hlg decline^ of lite In all grain
together with the fact tt^at liquidation
heavy was MM to have led
tp belief in some quifter that a re
actlon was. due. Opening quotations
which varied from unchanged figures
,b*er-
receipts 99
It was quite da^k when the r«gai «?!0:DIMlnn*?°tm and JfdrtH I
ug walls of »arte S!?_5Lv*r SJli* 3-00 to ILli
automobile reached th«
but the deteptlves spotted |t and oils
of them went up to the chauffeur artd
ssked
"Is this the King's car?"
"It ta." was the reply, i&S
"Then sonny, said the detective
tapping the driver familiarly
shoulder, "keep yoiir eye
machine khead and don'
of it. We will'-take you
the King's 'hotel* Yduiii
Then walking back, ,g couple, of1 38: miscellaneous 80
steps to the wihdow ot the limottiitie
and coming rigidly to kttenUott the
detectt1^ saluted the occupant Who
returned the salute.
"Tou 'are' ihdeSd a lucky nuui td
be driving a king," said the driver
of the King's car over trls shoulder. to
the man Ih the limousine.' "It enable
you to sit on the cushion and let th
King do his.own driving."
The detective «a* the story' in the
newspaper the nsxt day and went to
the King's hotel to apologise, lie rt
turned. 1,000 franci ncher.j^j j(.
i' I
Herald Want Ads Siring ReiiulUL
EVENING EDITION
Wurvh
JRwv
Mas
r«w*i«j».«w.
''Tv^' ..•• ,... CASH SALES. ',^
jwv**»,&?•' fueu ••-rW5eai:: ftijSVil
'WttfWMIft *m« |KIJ: No. hard $1 0»©V.18
'wrtfk'ffe "**6"}* ij. \V yellow 48©'i8 3-4.
i^Nr'
^"VatA. No. 3 white 84 84®*6
"W* Whi«« 8*4*34.
Ry*s nominal.' ,v WVia
eartey 80«f«3,. :.
1
Nw Ttrfk. Oct. -liiberty ho^ds *IXNKAW»IJS G1M1N
55.S* Tiworr 4 8-4s S9.8S.
MWWCOK. 1
New Tork. Oct. 6.—iButt*vr
rersipa. R.SSv^ cruaTnsrj- higrher than
«rtTs&. 4«
-I»47: rmaJwety extras
4
l: sr*ire'. *S: crMoiiery firsts (88 to
SI stare'i.
Spp? ttrm: reoc^iRa, 37,583^ fresh
jathered extra Uiat*. 48 #55: fresh
pxrfce.reo firsts. 41 •4".
CT)e«»r Brmer: receipt*. 1.4SS state
whole tr.ilk Cats, fresh serials. 33#
South St_ Paai. Oct. 8.—Cattle re
4 0 a a
n0
^orcw^^are
1
do arerage run. 31 1-2: suue
22
do I
rholpe
S00A or choipe beef steers
to
nrasg
herr. bsrk of grass beef Steers. $4.75
#».T5: few ap to 88.00 Or better best
cnntab to 87.00: batcher cows and
hraf-rs mostly 82.00(14.50 best
7-orr.g cows Snd heifers Oft grass quot- arrive
around 88.00 canners and cut-
ters ssron*. largely 82.25?3.00: bo-:
[spit buna weak to lower: mostly:
If T?#S.5$: few heaviej 83.75: veil
caJ-res steady: bulk of best light*.
ii fiti few extra vealeHt to city
batchers or. up to 810.00 fctorkers and
feeders strong: bulk, |[email protected]
few 85.59.
To arrive
No. 1 flaxseed
To arrive
couple- of loads tnak-
3
7/ StTi?K
^hil* con- choice Montana feeding lambs
?f
averaging 81 pounds sold at $8.75 late
Wednesday.
with tJecember 1.10
3-4 to 1.111-2 and Mkf .1.16.'to 1.16
were fol.owed Jjy 4n upturn, to
well sbov« yesterdays finish.
Corn and^oats paralleled the aottdh
®f wheat^Corn 1-8 t6 1-4 lower, in
cluding December inade a moderate
advance.
Oats started unchanled., to a 8H8
off, December 85 to' 86 1-4, ihen ha^4
cned all around.
Low?r quotaUons on feiigii weaken
ed provlsioha T-
POTA1
Oct 8.—P0t
j^ars total
Chlcagoi
dfcft atead^
Mnnc4Kta ,WWtp owt:
iw to 8.20
eH:
fcuth Bal
kota, Early Ohios l.$6' to 1/76 cwt
Idaho Rural* and RuMeti 2.25 cwt.
WiODUCJB,
Chicago
*9 -m oHln
Oso." ..... ,4*
o*Mi
finru 17 to
«5 Siif',vvrK t$'»* 't:
-. a
OHICAGO ORAI* tASljB.
^Wheat—- Qf£n-. High. Uw. cidei.
D*c. ..t.l.ll,% 144,' lilOtt 1.1$
1"2«
T4r»othy «wed |4.28©4,li. v-it
CKv*r «(Ml 112.00 ©II.Oft,
»N»rk, noniinafc •.,:.:
5*rd. |9.7«.
Kihs »«.75#7.T».
DUIilTTB
GRAIN KKCEIPT8. ,v..
Ia3inh. Oct. 6.—Bl&mtor reoolpte
wT dw«sRJr grnin: Wheat 303,764 ,J_(
«wn JMflO barley 22,000 rye #*,-
606 10.300. V.. :.
SJhSiwttenw Wheat 188,000 'bats
SW ISjc 103.300.
receipts of bonded gniSn:
Wh*M 1,800, barley 3,500^, shipm«iStB
or )»nd«4 «rain: Wheat 40.00Q.
Ttdluth.e«ur
GRAND FORKS MARKBftfe
Northern Wheat.
No.
iF'
inspection: Wheat Nog.'
1 -aatd $ dark northern and Nos. ajid
2 No. 8 dark northern
and ?Ck 8 northern 6! other Bprlng
1$ Nn». 3 and 2 amber dttrum aCnd
AnNin «n4 No. 8 durum 22. Other
durum M*i Nok 1 and 2' dark, harfl
*r Nos. 1 and 2 hard win'ter
IP mviwd 70 smutty mixed 4! all
wheat 2T5 flax 10 corn 42 Oats 6
7 4,1 mm
,• ». ... ——i—i—'•'' i"
I UNNEAFOIin.
8
dark northern fancj'. 1.39 %41.42*4
To «rriv 1.38 1.43
1 dark northern 1.34^4 01.39%
To arrit* 1.34
1 northern 133 %.# 1.38
To arrive •.... 1.33 :.
2 dark northern fancy. 1.34 #1.38%
dark northern 1.29 V4 1.34%
2 northern .1.28% ©1.36%
S dark northern fancy. 1.30 1.38
S dark northern ... .. 1.18 1.3^%
3 northern 1.17% ©1.35%
1 dark hard (Mont). .1.22% ©1.24%
To arrive 1.24%
1 hard Montana 1.20% ©1.22%
To arrive ...1-22%
1 amber durum 1,06% ©1.08
To arrive .1.05%
amber durum ..... .1.00%© 1.03%
To arrive .98%
durum 95% ©1.00%
To arrive .!.'... .95%,.'
2 amber durum fancy. 1.02% #1.06%
2 amber durum ....... .97% 01.00%
ij durum 92%© .97%
2 yellow com 42
1
To arrive .41%
3 yellow corn :. .41 N
4 yellow corn 40 N
2 white oats Mont-).-. .29%© .30^
3 white oats 28%© .29%
•28%.
4 white oats .......
Barley, choice
Barley, medium
Barley, lower grades.
2 rye
26% at .38%
.50 I .64
.43
.37 4 .42
.81%! .82
.81 .82
.1.73 91.76
.1.78 -"i 1-76
1 dark northern, 68 lb ,|1.19
No 2 dark northern,. 67 lb ... Td4
No. 3 dark northern, 66 lb-- UOB
No. 3 dark northern. 55 lb .. 1.04
No. 4 dark northern, 54 lb ... .99
No. 4 dark northern, 52 lb ... .94
Northern Spring.
•Co. 1 northern spring, 58 lb $1.17
No. 2 northern spring, 57 lb ... 1.12
Amber Durum Wheat.
*o ....$ .90
No. 2 .8S
No. 3 .83
Rye.
No. 2, 54 lbs 8 .70
Rax.
2 $1.63
3 1.48
No.
No.
4
1 2 8
Barley.
I .$ 33
......80
POTATO QUOTATIONS IN
EAST GRAND FOHte
Early Ohios 76 cents per bush
el firm supplied hy R, L.
Douglas company and Farmers'
Co-operative associa.tion, both
of East Grand Forks.
FOREIGN PRINCES
SOON TO RETURN
VISIT TO JAPAN
Honolulu, T. H„ Sept 16.—(By
Mail.)—influx of foreign princes and
high dignitaries soon will begin into
Japan to return the official visits paid
by Prince Hirchlto, heir apparent to
the Japanese throne, on his recent
tour of the world, accordb* to a me'-"'
clal cable dispatch r» eived from
Tokio by the Nippu Jlji, local Japa
nese language newspaper,
The first, of the visitors will be Fl^ld
marshal Joffre. hero of the world wiar
who left Paris, September
12
'for
Japan, according to. an official mes
sage received by the Japanese gov
ernment. Re wiu come as a. special
envoy ot the French government
.- I?1!"}
J,°trro
w11! be followed by
an oAcial visit by the, Prince of
betr to
ihe British throne, Who
will leave tendon March. 17 hext'for
ic
ac0?rllns
to
*n official m«*-'
sage froth the British court
1 T?® Japanese government, aSPecial
iT-^tLlmpe.riaJ household,' is jnakinr
elaborate plans for welcpmlnlr lgar?'
f?al J?ffre
&nd th8
Prince "df Wales,
the Nlppi Jlji cable said.
is also reported from Tbklo that
the crown princeii of Belgiutn «id
£*£,• *n^,,a pr'hee pr the kbllaiid
wilt -visit jfapah return
calls made by crown Prinoiei HlrOblto
''i.:
TAKE ADVANTAGE
Of our long experlence lp hatidling'
GRAIN .,
By Shipping to nfc at
MTNNKAPOLI8
CHICAGO
,,
aaLWAC*KE
BROS. CO.
(tUtabUshod 1886)
Ample rn*
Well Managed Elevator CottSfSmi.
_"H«® *or Onr MarketQlt«|
,•«» Always
MomrmMtm gato*
Grand Forks, N. D.
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