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PROPER. CITIZENS OUT LXT'jf
OGDEN STANDARD SPORTING PAGE
Iff EDDlt 1?
fOTR.
When Eddio Foster joined the Na
tionals last spring he failed to set the ,
world afire with his work al the start I
and Grlflith was thinking of playing
some one else on third But all of a I
6iidden Foster hit his gait and 08011.' '
to life, playing the best game in the
American league at the third corner 1
He Is very important as the batter
in the Nationals' hit and run game ;
and ha- been favorably 1 ompared to I
Willie Keelcr as a place hitter J
H SPECIAL ROUND TRIP
I J Excursions East
I FROM OGDEN
! Chicago $56.50 1 Omaha ... $40 00
st- Louis $52,00 ' Kansas City $40 00
Memphis $59.85 I Denver $22 50
Peoria $55.40 Colorado Springs $22 50
I paul $55.70 i Pusblo '. '$22.50
I, Proportionate Rates to Other Points.
I DATES OF SALE
May 7, 8, 10, 17. 24, 31
'1 Jrn 3, 7, 13, 14, 21, 28
f"y 2, 5, 10, 19, 23, 31
. !'. August 1( 9( n 16 22, 28
J September q
FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31.
j Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers
I SIX TRAINS DAILY
VIA
I Union Pacific
I STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST
Automatic Electric Block Safety Signal Protection
Tot further particulars regarding rates, routes', train service and for
J descriptive literature, call at. phone or address
I $S$Bk TICKET OFFICE:
f$$. 2514 Washington Ave. Phone 2500
A ull5 PAUL L BEMR. City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, IJTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1913.
SCOOP'S SYSTEM ISN'T GOOD FOR HIS SYSTEM
' 1
CLUBS STANDING
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 7 3 7fi0
Chicago 9 4 632
Philadelphia 5 625
Pittsburg 8 5 815
Brooklyn 6 5 .545
St. Louis 6 7 461'
Cincinnati 2 9 IM
Boston 2 9 .182
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet
Philadelphia 9 2 81S
Cleveland 10 4 114
Washington 7 s .700
Chicago H S .ion
St Louis . 9 9 .50"
Boston S 8 .385
Detroit 5 9 357
New York 2 10 .167 j
WHITE SOX SHUT
OUT BY BROWNS
Chicago. April 27. Chicago was un
able to do anything with Hamilton
today and Si Louis shut out the lo
cals in the final game of the scries. 3 j
to 0. The visitors bunched two sin-1
gles and a triple for two runs in th
third, and two singles and a double
steal and a wild pitch netted another
in ihe fifth
Score by innings
St Louis 002 010 000 3
Chicago . . .000 000 0000
Summary: Two-base hits Hamil
ton. Schalk. Three-base hit Pratt j
Stolen bases. Johnston, Collins. Wil
lllams 2. Pratt.. Double plays Lord
to Rath to Borton; Wallace to Pratt
to Stovall. Ba3e on balls Off Scott
2. off Hamilton 3. Struck out By
Scott 6. by Hamilton 1. Time of game
1:47 Umpires Ferguson and
O Loughlin
CARDINALS TAKE
GAME FROM REDS
St Louis April 27 Johnson's wild
ness and opportune hitting by the lo
cals gave St. Louis today's game
with Cincinnati by a score of 2 to 1
Two of Cincinnati's hits were scratch
es This is the first time this sea-
son that Cincinnati has been held to
one run. Manager Tinker and Mc
Donald were banished for disputing
I decisions
Score by iunmgs:
' Cincinnati 000 010 0001
St. Louis 001 100 (too- 2
Summary: Two-base hits Wingo.
Egan Double plays Marsans and J
Hoblllzel. First bnse on balls Oh I
Johnson 7. off (Iriner 4 Struck out i
By Johnson 7. by Griner 6 Umpires j
-Owens and Outhrle
PIRATES LOSE
GAME TO CUBS
Chicago April 27 Chicago defea'
8d Pittsburg today 7 to 5 Both Hum
i.hri. )s and CamnltS were hit hard, but
I blcago was more fortunate in bunch
me blfy l 1 1 r- butting of Care: Miller
McCarthy, Schulte and Mitchell and
the fielding of Bvers were features
Score by innings
Pittsburg 110 010 0205
Chicago 020 013 01--7
Summary Two-base hits McCar
thy. Rufler. Hendrlx. Three-base hits
Miller Carey Home run Care
Stolen haves- Schulte. utler. Left on
bases Pittsburg ". Chicago 9 Bases
on balls Off Catnnitz 3, off Cooper 2.
Struck out By Humphries L. Wild
pitches Humphries, Camnlts, Time
of game 2 00 Umpires Brennan and
Eason
OGDEN TEAM IS
READY FOR
OPENING
With three straight victories to
their credit against the Pocatello
club the Ogdcn boll team returned
troin the Idaho town last evening.
The locals are in the pink of con
dition and were very much benefited
by the northern trip They are ready
for the opening of the league here to
morrow afternoon with the Butte ag
gregation. In the games at Poeatello Manager
Knight gave all of his twlrlers good
tryouts and they accredited them
selves in fine style In Sundays
game, which the locals captured by a
score of 10 to 0, Green wa in the box
and Moore behind the bat. Both men
played a fast game and wete given
good support.
Manager Knight has not announced
who will be the Ogden battery for
the opening game
OLDFIELD BREAKS
MILE AUTO RECORD
Bakersfield. Cat. April 28 Bar
in Oldfield lowered the world's rec
ord one mile dirt irack automobile
record yesterday at the new One
Hundred Thousand race track here
toda. He circled the course, from a
flying otari, in 46 2-5 seconds.
The former record was established
at Brighton Beacb, September 7,
1912, when Oldfield made the mile in
47 4-5 seconds.
BLIND ATHLETES
IN TRAINING
Philadelphia, April 28 Athletes In
1 institutions lor 1 he Instruction of the
1 blind in mure than a half dozen
I states are in strict training for the
annual track and field sports tbit will
be held at the schools next month
The sports Id which girls will coin
pete will be held at the several insti
tutions May in and those for bo a
will be held May 17
The blind athletes at each institu
tion will he distributed into four
classes, according to age The aver
age time made by each class In the
track races and the average distance
made in the Jumping and other field
events will be mailed to a central
point The class showing the best
avemge in time or distance will be
the champion of that particular (lass
and event
Tho averages for the girls' sport
will be delivered to the president of
the National Abso iatton of Institu
tions for the Instruction of the Blind
Si Overbrook, Pa, and the averages
I for the boys will be sent to the sec
retary of the association at the school
for the blind in St. Louis
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AUSTRALIANS TO
LEAVE FOR EAST
San Francisco. April 28. Horace
Rice and A. B Jones, members of the
Australian Davis cup tenuis team,
will leave tomorrow for New York,
stopping at Los Angel. Chicago and
Niagara Falls Whatever the out
come of the Davis cup contests In
New York, the team will go ou to
1 Kngland to compete In the British
championship tourneys at Wimbledon.
1 j
They will return home by way or the
Suez canal.
In practice Play hero, the Austral
ians have won the admiration of lo
cal experts by their accurate placing.
They have not taken kindly, however,
to asphalt courts
MOHA AND DILLON
Miuwaukee, April 28. Bob Moha,
Milwaukee, and Jack Dillon, Indiana
polis, are ald to be in fine trim
for their ten-round no-decision box
ing contest at the South Side A C
tonight The men are scheduled to
weigh 160 pounds at 3 o'clock.
DISCLOSES I
SENSATION
!
Shooting of Idaho
Fruit Man at Salmon
City Arouses Town
Report Says Young
Woman Was Involved
in Case
Salmon City. Ida. April 2R Sensa
tional disclosures are expected in con
nection with the North Fork tragedj
f last Thursday night, when Henry
Brown was shot and Instantly killed
by Guy Buster. Neighborhood gossip
has beeu busy about attentions paid
by Guy Buster to Mrs A Agee, who
h an attractive woman ahout years
old, dhorced from her husband She
has been acting as housekeeper for
Mr. Brown, while Mrs. Brown ha6
en spending 1 lie y inter in Salmon,
IZ miles south of North Fork
Ii Is alleged that Browu objected to
Buster's visits to the Brown ranch.
Testimony at the inquest shows that
Mrs Agee, her son Walter, aged 15
who has been staying at the Brown
ranch), and Guy BuBter were met by
Mr Brown on the road near the ranch
between 11 o clock and midnight Mrs
; gee and Walter state that Brown or
dered Buster to turn back and struck
I him with a wnlkinK Btlck which broke
Buster then stepped back and fired
four shots from an Iver Johnson 38
CS liber revolver. Three shots lodged
In BrcTwn's breast, one of these pene
trated the lung and the two others
struck near the heart, causing Instant
death Brown fell forward on his face
In the road, with the broken halt' of
walking sti k in his hand It is al
leged that Buster then turned to the
terrified woman and boy and said
(!o back home and tell thp truth
about this 1 will telephone for the
sheriff and coroner "
Woman Goes for Aid.
Mrs Agee and her son say that they
then went to the Broun ranch and
Woke up one of the men, John Russell
md n turned with him to the scene of
I the shooting. They covered th- body
Of Brow n with a blanket and tb. 11 Rus
el weni to North Fork, about a mile
Jistaut, .md aroused four or five men
there. These men then watched the
body until the arrival of the sheriff T
I Stroud. I'oronel Duebler and Dr. C
F. Hammer, who hastened from Sal
mon by automobile On the way down
the sheriff stopped at Busters hom
and arrested Guy Busier and brought
aim to North Fork.
Buster stated to the sheriff that he
shot In self-defense He Is a Btrong
young man. aged 2' Mr Brown was
J4 years old and reeently he had ben
carrying a eane because of rheuma
tism The stick with which he is sanl
to have struck Buster Is made ot" dla
mond willow, fantastically carved it
16 alleged that Mrs, Agee told Mr.
Brown that Buster's attentions were
unwelcome to her Mrs Agee and
Walter say that they cannot remem
ber any of the conversation which
took place between them and Guy
Buster on their walk from North Fork
until they met Brown
Henry Brown was a highlv respect
ed fruit rancher and Sheepman hout
IK months ago. In eonnectlon with J
Hovey. he bought the Rose Brothers
ranch at (North Fork coming hero
from Buena "lata Colo . where his
partner. Hovey. still lives
Feeling here In intense over the
tragedj
no I
CHARITY WORKER
CALLED BY DEATH
St. Paul, April 28.--Miss Mary
Browne Penniston well known charity
worker, and from whose gardeus In
the Bermuda Islands came 'be first
Easter Miles to the United States. 11
la said, died last night from pneumon
la.
Miss Penniston was 76 years old
She waa a member of the Rod Cross
and was chief of the organization In
Ix)8 Angeles for several years.
1 no
Read the Classified Ad5. I
PREPARING
FOR BATTLE
Federal Forces Mobili
zing Chihuahua City ,
in Anticipation of a
Rebel Attack Parral,
Center of American
Interests, Is Being
Abandoned By Troops
El Paso. Texas. April 28 All fed
eral forces In Chihuahua state are
being mobilized at Chihuahua City,
tho state capital reported pa&sengers
arriving here today Santa Rosrt
mountain, commanding the city, has
been fortified and toppi d w ith a bat
tery of heavy artillery. With only
500 troops at the capital. General An .
I tonlo Rab.tgo. military governor, has
ordered the Parral garrison to move
ill. This would abandon Parral, cen
ter of an American mining and
smelting district, to the constitution-!
alistS, Who appear to be d::ily growing ;
tronger. The insurgents rtr" tl
mated to number more than 4000
rar operating mostly south of Chihua-
bun City.
The Parral garrison, said to num
ber nearh 2000, will be compelled to
light its way to the capital, as cou- j
BtttUtionSliStB continue to hold Santa
Rosalie, located between Chihuahua
City and Jluilnez Colonel Manuel,
Pueblita, who commanded the Santa
Rosalie garrison Is reported killed
bj the insurgents, who were led by I
Ro . lie Herandez
BRITISH AVIATOR
CRUSHED TO DEATH
London. April 28 .Lieutenant Rog
er Harrison of the British army's avi
ation corps, was killed while flvlug
at Farnsborough early today. He was
attempting a descent from a height of
H"i feet when the elevator of his bi
plane 'collapsed under the strain
PROSPECTORS DID
NOT FIND GOLD
Seattle Wash. April 28. Disap
pointed prospectors are returning to
Atlin, B C, 'Tom the Lake Te6hn
district, to which a stampede was
Btarted two months ago by a report
of a rich gold strike there, accord
ing to telegram received from the
north today Tho returning prosper
tors did not find any gold hut some
of them believe systematic prospect
ing will reveal paying ground this
summer.
HINDUS SLAY
THE SACRED BULL
Los Angeles, April 27 "Sanskrit."
the sacred bull which figured In
numerous moving picture dramas, wag
slain at the wild animal farm on tho
outskirts of Los Angeles yesterday.
The farm.'' which Is the home of a
hundred or more former denizens of
the jungle now engaged jn the pro
duction of "movie' thrillers. Is be
lieved to have been Invaded before
daybreak by fanatical Hindus, who
looked upon the recent use of the
sacred bill as sacreligeous. The ani
mal was terribly mutilated with keen
knives and sharpened sticks were
driven Into its flesh.
Not content with fatally maiming
the bull, the vandals opened the
cages of a number of Hons, but the
beasts had not awakened when at-"
tendants arrived and discovered the
open cages. A large reward has been
offeree! for tho arrest of the slavers
of the bull.
lftfM Bother mother
for pennies?
JuT Hfe J Not muchl
Yet tllis little girl
w beautiful teeth fine
appetite strong digestion!
She's always enjoying this little-cost,
long-lasting pastime:
Brighten your teeth, your family's teeth, with
out burdening their digestions! Refresh your
mouth with the beneficial tidbit.
BUY IT BY THE BOX
It costa less and stays fresh until used.
Look for the spear
A,au Avoid imitations

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