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I SPORTING NE WS 1
1 BASEBALL RESULTS I
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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St Louis 2 Boston 0
St Louis Aug 13Through Pow
oils good pitching St I SouLs defeat
oil Boston tho the llrst game or thu
serIes here today 2 to 0
Score
R H E
St Louis 2 3 2
Boston 0 1 3
Batteries Powell and Kllllfcr
A Stephen Kargcr and KIclnow Car
rlgan
Washington 5 Detroit 3
U DETROIT Aug 1fly bunching
two trlpples and three singles in the
sixth Inning of todays game Wash
b ington defeated Detroit Score
c R 11 E
f I Detroit s 3 R 2
t Washington 3 8 0
I BntterlcR Stroud Lpudcll and
Stanagc Grny and Amamlth
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t New York 1 Chicago 0
Chicago Aug iFord had the
hotter of White in n pitchers duel
t here today Score
i 1L1h 13
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t New York J 3 0
Chicago 0 1 2
13nUorIC8 Ford and Sweeney
White and Sullivan
NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis Splits Even with Phllley
PHILADELPHIA Aug 13St
Louis split even with Philadelphia
I In a douhlo header today Both
I games were poorly played Score
R II E
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I First game
r St Louis S 12 1
r Philadelphia 4 8 2
Batteries Harmon Willis and
ETesnnhan McQuillan Ewing and
Doom
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Second game
R H E
SU LoulR I fi 3 I
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j Philadelphia 7 f > 1
Batteries Lush and Bliss Mooro
I and Dooln
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Broke Even
CLEVELAND Aug 1Chove1and
and Philadelphia broke even today
I Cleveland winning the first a to 2
and Philadelphia the second 14 to
L Score
I First game
i RILE
I Cleveland 3 10 0
Philadelphia 2 10 0
I Batteries Kaior and Easterly
Coombs and Lapp 3
Second gnmc7
R IJ EO
Cleveland 1 7 R
Philadelphia J4 10 0
Batteries Koestnor Fanwell and
BomlB Morgan Atkins and Living
Eton
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 3 Cincinnati 2
NEW YORK Aug 13N9W York
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took an exciting game from Cincin
nati in the eleventh Inning the score
f I being 3 to 2 Drucklo held the visit
ors to five hits Score
R H E
Cincinnati 2 5 1
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i Now Yorl 3 tI 2
Batteries Caspar and McLean
ruche and Meyer
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Milwaukee Kansas City 0 Mil
t waukee 1
At Columbue Toledo 1 Columbus
3 Twelve
At Minneapolis St Paul 2 Min
I neapolis 1
1 At Indianapolis Louisville 2 Tn
t dianapolis 1
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Lincoln Denver 3 Lincoln 2
At St scphSl Joseph 1 Sioux
City 0
At Des loiD Wichita S Des
MoInoR 5 i
Topeka Omaha rain
NATIONAL LEAGUE
I Pittsburg 8 Brooklyn 8
BROOK YN Aug 13A thirteen
Inning defeat and a nine Inning tic
was the best Brooklyn could do In to
days doubleheader with Pittsburg
Tho first game was a great pitchers
battle neither Scanlon nor Adams
1 ailouing a runS for nlno Innings The
final score was 3 to 2 The second
ended in darkness wltb the count S
tu S Scoro
> First garao
R H E
PittBburg 3 0 4 I
Brooklyn 2 C U
Batteries Adams Phllllppl and
Gibson Scanlon Ruckcr and Bergen
Krwln
1 Second game
11 TLIIE
Phtsburg S3 2
I Brooklyn S 13 2
Batteries Camnltz Leever and
Gibson Rucker Dessau and Erwin
Chicago Wins Two
BOSTON Aug 13 Chicago won
r I tho first game of a double header
3 to 2 by hard hitting In tho last
three innings and also beat Boston
In tho second game 3 to 2 in a slug
ging match Scoro
Flrst game
RJLE
I Chicago 3 10 2
Boston 2 5 1
BattorlesOvorafl Ritchie and
1 lIng Mattorn Brown and Smith
Second game
R II 13
Chicago n H 11 M 2
Eision 2 11 5
Batteries Colo and Archer Curtis
Evans and Graham
RESULTS AT
SARATOGA
Favorites Share Part of the
Events With the Out
siders
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J SARATOGA N Y Aug 13130
lore a crowd of lf 000 persons S
phlldrcths Dalmatian admirably rid
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den by Schilling easily won tho
5GOOO Travcrs slakes mile and a I
tpuirtor here today Dalmatian at no I
stage of the Journey was In danger
und at the end he was only galloping
The surprise of the race was the
of Barloy Corn who mn second
Dalmatian and his stablomatc Hump
Ion Court wore favorites
The Officers Army Service cup
I race proved to bo one of tho attrac
tions which drew the big crowd today
nnd was won by Sequence
SARATOGA N Y Aug 13 Re
sults
First race live and a half furlongs
Herbert Turner 20 to 1 won Thrifty
60 1 second Mlndlnctte 7 to 1
third Time 119 35
Second race steeplechase about
two milesAunt Julo 3 to 2 won
Sour 1 to 1 second Joine G to 1
third Time 421
Third race six furlongs Novelty 12
to 1 won Iron Mask 5 to 2 second
Naushon 1 to 5 third Time 114 25
Fourth race mile and a quarter
Dalmatian 7 to 10 Blrlcy Thorpe in
to 1 second Hampton Court 7 to 10
third Time 210
Fifth race steeplechase about two
miles Prlncf Hampton 11 to 1 won
O 1C 7 to 2 second paraka C to 1
third Time 12925
Sixth raco mile Sequence 7 to 2
won Malabon 7 to f second Col
ored Lady a lo 1 third Time
110 25
Seventh race mile Question Mark
C lo 1 won Wilton Lackayc S to 1
second Dull Care 0 to 1 third Time
11C 35
DEPAlMA WINS
THREE EVENTS
Autoist Fails to Beat Robertson
in a Match Race Yes
terday
BRIGHTON BEACH N Y Aug 13
Although Ralph De Palma failed to
defeat George Robertson in a match
race he won throe of the nine events
carded by the Motor Racing asslcla
tion and broke a track record made
by himself last year
In tho third event ten miles DC
Palma driving a Fiat went the dis
tance in 0 minutes 31 and 51100 sec
onds breaking his own record of 9
minutes nnd 50 seconds
In the last event a onehour raco
Stanley Martin led from the start to
finish In the twentythird mile E P
Parker driving a Fiat ra nthrough
tho inner fence nnd knocked down a
Email tree but after a few minutes re
sumed
OGDEN Will PLAY
MURRAY TODAY
The Murray team is going to make
a strenuous effort today to regain
some of its lost prestige which was
wafted away when tho club was struck
by the dark clouded cyclone from
Zion On the other hand Ogdon is su
premely confident of capturing tlie
game from tho Smelters and will prut
forth every effort at tho teams com
mand to keep victory at home Sum
mine up nil tho dopo that can bo
gleaned before the match it seems
certain that tho struggle between Og
den and Murray is going to be a touch
and knotted one
Local fans an greatly interested to
see how the local team will stack up
against the headllners with the re
inforcements which Gimlins hunch
now has In some of the former
games with Murray luck hasnt play
ed altogether fair with Ogden and
man forman It is believed hat the
Smellers have nothing on the locals
It seems to he about a tossup between
the teams and with agtlod sized
crowd of rooters goading the locals
to the high tension point Ogden ought
to take the game from tho visitors I
tomorrow
Several Ogden bugs are so confident
of Glmlluu ability to beat Murray
that they are willing to wager cur
rency on the outcome of the match
To feel strong have good appetite
and digestion sleep soundly and enjoy
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Parents transmit tho Goods of tho disease to their children and scrofulous
sores skin eruptions catarrhal troubles Rheumatism ulcoratlng glands
nod other stubborn diseases result from this most insidious all poisons
Thoro is no such thing as killing tho germs of this mighty poison Any
medicine powerful enough to do this would destroy the dolicato linings of
tho stomach and bowels and
permanently wreck tho entire health Tho
only way to cure these old blood diseases la to REMOVE tho cause from
the circulation and that la Junt what S S S doos It goos Into tho blood
end drives out ovory taint and poispn and makoa this vital fluid puro fresh
0hd nourishing 8 S S 13 mado ontirely of roots h rbs and barks It does
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RfCORU BROKEN
Ed GeerS Drives tho Harvester a
MSlp inj 2J03 14 Yes
terday
CLEVELAND Aug 13 Another
worlds record was broken at tho
Grand Circuit racer at North Ran
call Park today The Harvester
driven by Ed Goers won tho two
heats of tho 2OC trot in 201 11 and
two fastest heats over trotted in a
rice by n stallion Incidentally The
Harvester clipped one second off his
own record equalled the stallion trot
ling record made by Cresceus at the
Brighton Beach track In 1902 nnd et
a new mark for five year old trotting
stallions In a raco in the second
heat
heatTho
The stallion had such a big lead
oer Sonoma Girl Wilkes Heart and
Oro that Coors did not extend him
In tho stretch Had ho done so Tho
Harvester would have eclipsed Cres
cutis record of 202 ll made against
time at Columbus In 1002 vhlch
Btlll stands as the stallion trotting
Kcord
The final heat of the 217 trot un
finished from yesterday Vovolopcd
a pretty fight between Dovell and
Butterbrook each of whom had won
two hciats until the throequarter
polo when Butterbrook broke and
Dovell won without trouble
Acting on Instructions from Gover
nor Harmon sheriff A J Hiratius
and and a corps of Deputies raided
the belling shed shortly after tho
races began As far as making ar
rests were cOncerned the raid was
ineffective as the tip had been giv
en and the bookies disappeared
Others however had not been
warned and tho sheriff found them
standing patiently In long lines be
fore the betting stands I
Protesting bitterly they wore hus
tled out of the shed A number of
these disappointed bettors spent a I
fruitless evening hunting for the
bookies with whom they made their
agers
Summary
212 pace 1200 three in fie
Peter Pan won Colonel Forest sec
ond Sunny Jim third Best time
205 34
200 trot sweepalake 1000 added
two in > three The Harvester won
Sonoma Girl second Wllkesheari
third Best time 203 11
Free for all pae sweepstakes
HOO added two in throo Rosa K
Wilson third Best time 203 31
217 trot purse 1000 three In five
icon eluded from yesterday Dovoll
won Butlerbrook second Pearl
Pauline third Best time 210 14
210 trot purse 1000 two In
three Remorseful won Miss Barl
time 2OS 31
ACUTE OR CHRONICWHICH
No matter if your kidney trouble
Is acute or chronic Foleys Kidney
Remedy will reach your case Mr
Claudo Brown Reynoldsvllle Ill
writes us that he suffered many
months with kidney complaint which
baffled all treatment At last he tried
oeys Kidney Remedy and a fow
bottles effected a complete cure He
nays It has been of Inestimable
value to me Badcon Pharmacy
A R McIntyre Prop
OTTAWAS WIN
CHAMPIONSHIP
Take First Honors in the Annual
Regatta of Amateur
Oarsmen
WASHINGTON Aug 13Winners
a week ago of tho senior elghtoared
championship of Canada tho same
eght Ottawas from Ottawa City to
day won the championship of all
North America
They took first honors in the prime
event of the closing day of the Thlr
lyElghth annual regatta of the na
tional association of amateur oars
men
Scarcely less Important in tho
eyes of the Aquatic world was tho
victory of William Mchrhof of the
New York Nassaus in the senior
uingle sculls His victory pvor Fro 1
Shepherd of tho Harloms or New
York was measured by one second
for tho entire mile and a quarter
course
The race of the senior eights war
n international event
Two Canadian crews the Ottawa
and tho Argonauts of Toronto wero
entered for the north and the Poto
macs of Washington j the Vespers of
Philadelphia and the Now York Ath
Ittlca for the slalos The American
oarsmen were no malch for their
rivals from across the border
Tho great contest was between thc
Ottawas and the Argonauts and as
at SU Catharines last week the for
mer crow crossed the line less than
a length ahead of tho hatter
S F Gordon of the Vespers had
the victory in the association single
sculls for tho seniors in his grasp
oil the way down tho course
There were nine rivals in the Held
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
Tonlcan quality and action quick
in results For bachache headache
dizziness nervousness urinary Irre
gularities and rheumatism Badcon
Pharmacy R Mcintyre Prop
GRAVES WINS MOTOR RACE
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PHILADELPHIA Aug laW j
Graves on a Morkel won tho ten
mllo championship motor cycle raco
today at Point Breeze park Tlmo
12C25 Irving Baker riding an In
dlan cycle was second and Walter
Goerkc also oa an Indian was third
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UTAH tiGHTS
NfW POWfR LINE
SALT LAKE Aug 13 Announce
ment is made at the ofllco of the Utah
Light Railway company that this
company intends In the near future to
extend Its distributing system In Da
vis for tho purpose of devel
oping an electric lighting and power
market in the rapidly growing towns
and territory between Salt Lake City
and Ogifen The company plans fqr
consummating hIs end are very c5c
lensivo and inchidc the erection of a
steel tower transmission line between
Salt Lalco and Ogden This additional
transmission line Is required in order
to transmit the Increased amount of
power which thy company receives
from the north as a result of tho in
stallation of Its mammolh new plant
at Devils Gate and the enlargement
and Improvement of Its pioneer plant
at Ogden
The present transmission lint Be
tween Salt Lake and Ogden which
was built fourteen years ago has
been completely outgrown by the
companys rapidly increasing busi
ness At the time It was constructed
this transmission line was considered
to ho the best of its kind In this ter
rltory Sonic idea may be gained of
the rapid progress of tho electrical
Industry by the fact that the typo of
construction used on this lIne Is as
far behind tho present construction
as the horse car IB behind tho trolley
Material for the now transmission
line has all beon ordered and much of
I t is now ready for shipment This
line like Its predecessor will repre
sent tho most advanced stato of the
art and while it Is impossible to an
ticipate what other Improvements
will be made it Will undoubtedly go
Into the scrap heap with the rest in
a few years
NE6RO WINS TBB
IO 9 YARD BAS
Chicago Aug 13 Medium time
marked the effortsof the participants
in tho annual allaround championship
contests of the Amateur Athletic
union on Marshal field here today In
the opening event tho 100yard dash
Six entrants failed to appear when
the opening gun was fired The race
was run In relays White colored of
the University of Pennsylvania won
Qparenstrom of Soux City second
nnd T C Thompson of Los Angeles
third Whites lime of 1025 seconds
gave him S74 points for the day
J C Carroll of Illinois arrived In
lime for Iho second event the shot
put making fifteen contestants
It was announced that H W FItzPatrick
Patrick of New Orleans had refused
to compete because W C White of
the University ofPennsylvania a ne
gro was a contestant
Dysentery is a dangerous disease
but can be cured Chamberlains
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has been successfully used In nine
epidemics of dysentery It has never
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when reduced with water and sweet
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SERIOUSLY HURT IN
STREET CAR ACCIDENT
Salt Lake Aug 13 Stepping In
front of an eastbound 0 S L depot
car No J20 at the Intersection of
First West and Second South streets
a man who Is believed to he J B
Parks of St John Kan wns struck
by the car and seriously Injured Fri
day night He was carried into a near
by drug storo and later removed lo
the emergency I hospital Police Sur
geon H B Sprapuo made an examina
tion of the mans Injuries and ordered
his removal to the Groves L D S
hospital whore he was reported as
resting easily this morning
Parks was walking south on First
West street and the car In charge of
Conductor C W Prossor and Motor
man A B Drown wns moving east
ward on Second South street Motor
man Drown saw Parks approaching
the track and after sounding tho
gong applied the brakes Parks
stepped close to the car and thon
stopped Just as the car started on
ward Parks for some unknown rea
son stopped In front of It and was
thrown to the ground Ho received
severe bruises about the face and head
and is believed to bo suffering from
internal injuries
Those In attendance at tho hospital
attempted to get the name of the man
but were unsuccessful owing to the
patients condition
DICKINSON INDISPOSED
Manila Aug 3Jacoh M Dick
iiipon American secretary of war to
day loft Manila on a fortnights tour I
of the southern Islands The secre
tary has been Indisposed for the two I
I Jays past and was compelled to can
I cel several engagements
EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE
Sunday Augl4th via Oregon
Short Line Round trip rate 100 I
Ton trains daily each way Secure
tickets at City Office 2S11 Washing
ton avenue
B A SHEWE C P T A
HURRAH FOR THE
LAGOON
Everybody goes clown
there Monday
IRONPORT
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Its clean I
Its wholesome I
Its made where the sun
shines I
Its bottled in Ogden
Western Bottling
Company
2274 Washington Ave
We sell runily trade all
Sodas
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OF RENO FiGHT
Now York Aug 13Jnk Johnson
has canceled his European engage
ments and will stick around the Uni
ted States for 30 weeks more The
champion signed a contract with a
Nt theatrical company last weekfor
30 weeks at 3000 a week thinking it
a better offer than ho had from the
other side He bad already agreed
to do Dublin Paris London Vienna
and a few more villages but upon
second thought took the offer for a
tour of tho Unltod States and for
felted 5000 to the gents on the
other side of tho Pond
1 had some great offers from the
ether side said Jack last night ansi
I would like very much to go over
there hut right here Im more at
home and thought tho 00000 for
that tour was u bear of an offer I
want to get some of these great au
tomoblle drivers from this side In a
few contests and then if I cop tho
title on this side Ill go over and
clean those birds up on tho other side
Theres liable to be Borne fighting
here now too I understand and if
I get a hurry call from Reno I want
10 be right on the Job BO that no
boat can break down I see that Jeff
Is out again for mo at least Berger
Corbett and Choyneki are leading tho
people to believe so and they say
that were thoiea smoke theres fire
and Im th fire kid
I dont think Its right to say thai
Jeffries quit tho way a great many
writers have written He was In
great shape theres no doubt about
If He fought hard and fought as
Igume a fight as any man ever did
I was the better man thats all thorn
is to it He fought until nature re
fufed to respond and Just was beaten
thats all When he got that first
left on the Jaw he was pretty weak
Irellovo me I think if I landed that
lunch lit the first round that ho
might have Jumped up and fought
like a bear but I didnt do you get
me 1 didnt land right until I had
him pretty weak and of course It
looked as though he sat down and
was satisfied that ho had enough No
slrce ho didnt quit Hes a big fel
low and he took a lot of the gaff
He didnt show it much I know but
he was getting it Iood
Of course if ho thinks that he
was wrong In any way or was doped
Im satisfied to give him the first
chance at the title and bet him as
much as he likes on the side I wont
consider another fighter In the world
if Jefrles wants the nAItl go I have
not heard directly irom him but from
the newspapers I learn that ho Is
dissatisfied and might try again
Any little bet Jeff wants to make
I will cover qulto cheerfully
You fellows have been drlling a
lot about that fake stuff too but
take It from me that r over was U
be a fake I was ofrorad money by
people Ive been offered money in
lots of fights to lay down but fight
ing is my business and as long as I
think I am tho best man believe uic
Im going to tr
I suppose that after I leave New
York Mr Woodman will start yelling
about Langford again Ho was up to
see me the other day and I pulled
out 20000 to bet him that I could
beat Langford Dh ho cover it Not
BO that it was visible to the naked
optic as Sam Pruitt used to say I
called him cold and ho didnt let a
loch out He has been saying that
he has that amount to bet but I
havent seen It as yet I only hope
that ho does get It Ill bo tickled
to death I gave Langford a licking
up in Boston that he wont force
for many a day and I guess Mr
Woodman remembers it too That
big bet talk ho has is only for the
stage That doesnt go on tho out
bide take it from me
Well I got A date to race a wire
less message up Riverside drive
Slong
DAVIS TOMATO CANNERIES
BEGIN SEASONS WORK
Kaysvllle Aug 12Tho tomato
canneries throughout Davis county
will commence operations for this sea
son today and tho prospects for a
bumper crop of the product this year
are bright Tho fact that the crop
of tomatoes In Davis county Is rlpon
InS about two weeks ahead of the us
ual time is looked upon by tho grow
ers and packers as an Indication of n
phenomenal yield per acre Usually
the crop Is affected by the early fall
frosts In ripening Tho damage of
frost this year is eliminated as the
fruit will all be gathered before the
nights becomo cold enough to do any
dornage From the start of tho can I
ning there will be three weeks of
ripening weather The crop IB in ex
cellent condition Tho canneries are
paying the farmers 10 per ton for
the tomatoes 2 per ton more than
formerly
MINERS UNION ELECTION
Park City Aug 12At a special
mooting of the local Miners union
last night Pat McEvoy was elected
to succeed Jerry Shea as financial
I secretary of the union and Theodora
Nolmulh wus elected a trustee lo suc
ceed tho late Bartley McDonough Mr
Shea at the recent convention of min
ers In Denver was made a member of
the executive board of the national
organization and will nave as terri
tory tho mining districts of Utah Col
orado and New Mexico Tho meet
ing was tho largest attended union
meeting held in this city slnco lOGS
when unionism locally was at Its
height
IOWANS LIK EGUNNISON VALLEY
Ephraim Aug 12Ie8t1rs Fre
mont Barnes and W B Hart of Un
derwood In are in the Gunnison
valley to look up the real estate in
that section Mr Barnes already owns
I a tract of tho Parker farm which ho
I Intends to occupy next Jan ry Both
of thoso gentlemen arc highly pleas1
Cd with the appearance of tho Gun
nlson valley
SAYS WIFE ABHORRED
SIGHT OF BATH TUB
Salt Lake Aug 13 Judging from
the evidence Introduced at the hear
log of the divorce case of Albert Bell
man against Esther Bellman In Dis
trict Judge Armstrongs court on Fri
day Bellman should have boon satis I
fled that his wife did desert him Ho
testified that sho was uncleanly In
nor habits and that she did not take
a bath for six months at a tlmo Bell
man was given a divorce on the
grouril of desertion
Divorces wore also granted by
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Job Pingree President Joseph Scowcroft VPrea
James Mack VicePresjdent J W Abbott VicePri enL
James Pingrce Cashier TP Ryan Asat Cashier
Angus T Wright J II F Last
E P Ellison Preston A Blair
Heber Scovcroft B G Blackman
Joseph S Peery A L Brewer
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ATTENTION FRUIT GROWERS
FRUIT BOX MATERiAL
CHAS F GROUT 352 24fiSi Strcefl
Judge Armstrong in tho following I
cases
Louise Dtimmor against Alexander
Dummer on the ground of cruelty I
Alberta Phelps against Bvorott L
Phelps nonsupporL
Ethel Thatcher against Albert J I
Thatcher nonauporl
In the case of Le Roy AVagslaff
against Margaret Vngstaff plaintiff
was ordered to pay his wife 20 per
month temporary alimony
Marley P McIntyre was ordered to
pay his wife Ore M Mclntyro 50 as
attorneys fees and 25 as suit money
so as to enable her to make a defense
to his action for divorce
Tho court ordered Geo W Smith
to pay Elnor Smith who Is suing her
husband for divorce 25 as attorneys
fees and 15 a month temporary ali
mony
In the case of Addle M Walker
against Georgo M Walker tho defend
ant was ordered lo pay his wife 530
per month temporary alimony and 550
as attorneys fees
FILLING HONDURAN PRISONS
Now Orleans Aug 15It IB report
ed here that scores of prisoners have
been thrown into Honduran prison fol j
lowing their alleged complicity in re
cent uprisings there Rumors here
are that President DavJla hUB Issued
a statement declaring that Insurrec
tionary movements have been com
pletely quelled Vholesalo arrests of
alleged leaders in tho movement
against the government are being
made it is said
EARL OF SPENCER DEAD
London Aug 13J Poyntz Spen
cer Fifth Earl of Spencer died here
today Ho was born In 1835
The earl fwico held the posts ot
Viceroy of Irolundaiid was lord of the
admiralty from 192 to l895 Up to
U07 he wns chancellor of tho Vic
torja univoralUjf > fiscoun > Althrope
halfbfbliler r Ive earl succeeds to I
tlio title I
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GiNGER ALE
IS HEALTHFUL
Have you tried it 1
There are many kinds of Gin
ger Ale
180 gets 24 pints from our
sanitary bottling works
Not having that horrid soapy
taste you will enjoy the kind
that we make
The formula is imported but
we make it here in Ogden You i
could assist by calling for it at I
fountains The summer drink
Jersey Creme
IS DELICIOUS
AT OULLEYS r
Standard Bottling j
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Works
Phones Ind 913 Bell 965
GENERAL ELECTRIC
FLATIRONS
heat quickly and stay hot oven on l
heavy wet ironing The heat can bJ
regulated to suit the work
ELECTRIC SUPPLY AND
FIXTURE CO
2448 WashIngton Ave Ogden Utah
1
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Direct Wires to All Track
11 Phone Ind 78 I
L 326 Twentyflfth St
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