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1 1 BASEBALL
B ! STANDING OF CLUBS
Won LosL Pet
New Ycrk T...P5 46 674
Philadelphia ... it ft 610
1 ' Chicago 81 l SSI
Pittsburg 76 68 .528
l Brooklyn 62 7? 440
Hj Boston . 62 79 440
H Cincinnati ....... 61 II 425
Bt Louis 49 98 .333
!l AMERICAN LEAGUE
! j Won Loit Pd
f Philadelphia ...... OS 40 660
' ( 'ff-land 83 63 71
Washington 82 63 .n66
i Boston 73 67 &21 ;
fl Chicago 74 .507
Detroit .62 84 .4 25
New York r.3 88 .376
St. Louis 55 92 .374
BRAVES AND PHILLIES
Philadelphia ept 24. Boston and
Philadelphia spilt even In a double-
header ben; this afternoon. Boston '
won the first game 4 to 0 and Phila
delphia captured i he second 11 to 6.
The opening event wn-s won by the j
!e!tore through the excellent twirl-1
liig of Rudolph, who held his oppo- i
rif-r.t down to three hits and did no'
pormtt a runner to reach third base,
v . hile Maranville and Smith made
some sensational plays. Seaton gave ;
a pa68 and was hit for a single and i
iv o doubles in the fifth Inning, the
visitors scoring three runs. They
ndded another In the ninth on three
llglefl and a sacrifice off Brennan's ;
I GIANTS CLOSING IN
ON CHAMPIONSHIP ;
New York. Sept. 24. The New
Yorltfl crept a little closer to the j
championship today when they took '
fm B close game from Brooklyn hy a :
score of 2 to 1 The game was a 1
t'.Kht pitchers' battle between tho I
iw, veterans. Mathewson and Reul
bach. The New York star yielded
more hits, but he had better control
j At several stages a hit would have
I - .inn .Mathewson. but the veterans
v as at hi6 best In the pinches.
Both clubs bunched three bits in
the fourth inning, when all the scor
), was done, Consecutive single !
) Wheat. Daubvrt and Smith, with
Wheat's steal of second, produced a
run for Brooklyn In the first half
York promptly tied It when
Meyers tripled to deep right alnd
f-i nred on Fisher's wild throw to the
plate The winning run came over
a minute later when Merkle sin
gled, took third on Snodgraes' sin- i
(tie and scored on Doyle's sacrifice
fly Meyers slightly hurt his hand
while at bat in the sixth and re
fred in favor of McLean Score:
CUBS LOSE TO PIRATES
PittBburg Sept. 24 Chicago's er
rors and two wild pitches by Cheney
in the first Inning cave Pittsburg
the opening of tho series, 3 to 2.
Carey, leading off in the first in
ning, was safe on Evers' fumble. A
wild pitch enabled Carey to take
second. Dolan hit to Cheney, whose
throw failed to get Carey at third
"With Wagner up Cheney then un-
H OJUETT PAB ODY& CO. TROY K$.
I FIRST NATIONAL
I ' ft OF OGDEN, UTAH,
U 8. DEO PS I TAR Y
ffjB Capital ....;....$ 150,000.00
'M Undivided profits
nd urplu 350,000 00
aM Deposits 3,600,000.00
j&im M . S. Browning, Pre.; L R.
f&M, Eccles, Vice Pre.; G. H. Tribe,
5j Vlo0 Pres.; John Wation, Vice
Pres.; John Plngree, Cashier; Jss.
ja F. Burton, Asst. Cashier.
WSm Done Right. Prompt and
wjnt Reasonable Bates.
H T. S. HUTCHISON
HH Phone 1123 W. 306 25th St.
corked his second wild pitch. Carey I
scoring and Dolan reaching third, j
.-gner walked and Dolan scored on
li v s sacrifice ill Another fumble I
by ESveri on Dolan s srounder in the I
third followed by Wagner s doubl"
, that hit the left field fence, gave
the Pirates their third run
Chicago scored a run In the fourth
when fcvers singled Williams walked
and Vlox In his haste to complete
a double play on Zimmerman threw
wild Leach's short flv went for a
double in the sixth and he scored
lhen Williams singled Score:
Boston. Sept 21 A ragged game
today resulted in a 10 to 4 victory
lor Philadelphia, the American league
clitiinpions. over the Red Sox Wyck
off. the visiting pitcher was In dif
ficulty owing to his Inability to get
the ball over tho plate. But his toam
mates hit opportunely and Boston's
error were of assistance In the run
ge.lUng A double play by Oldrlng
and Lapp cut off a run at tho plate
In the ninth and ended the contest.
f hlcago at Pittsburg, clear. V?n
Boston ar Philadelphia, two game?
cloudy, first pnme 1 n p, m.
New York at Brooklyn, clear. I SO
Washington at New York, clear.
C 3d p. m.
Philadelphia at Boston, clear. 3
Philadelphia 11-0; Boston 6-4.
Pittsburg 3. Chicago 2
New York 2: Brooklyn 1.
Philadelphia it; Boston I
St Paul 4; Columbus I
Milwaukee 4-3; Toledo 0-2.
Indianapolis 5-3. Kansas City 4-4.
Minneapolis 6; Louisville 2.
Denver-Omaha . rain.
Llncoln-Sloux City; rain
Des Moines 6, Topeka 3.
St. Joseph 3; Wichita 1.
Pacific Coast League.
Oakland , Venice 0.
Sacramento 2; Los Angeles 1.
Portland 3; San Francisco 2.
Cornell 41. Wisconsin 0.
Carlisle 26; Lebanon 0.
Yale 11; Wesleyan 0.
FOOTBALL TEAM HAS
Topeka. Kas,. Sept. 24. Although
the football game between the Uni
versity of Nebraska, and Washburn
college at Lincoln will be played in
ten days, the Washburn team is still
without a quarterback, Captain Rog
ers said tonight
McNIsh the sub-quarterback last
year, who was expected to fill the
position this year, hae enrolled as a
Btudent but he has not yet reported
at the college
Four other candidates for the place
ptactlce dally -with tho Washburn
squad but none of thom has shown
the form necessary to make the team
UNION LEAGUE WILL
HAVE MEETING SOON
Within a week, the likelihood is,
there will be a new president of the
Union association. Present Indloa
Hons are that the annual meeting of
the league directors will be held Oc
tober 1 or October 2. A letter re
ceived yesterday from President E
C. Mulroney was to the effect that
he would call the meeting for the date
It is supposed that the meeting will
be held in Salt Lake That was tho
understanding at the laBt preceding
meeting. It is also quite likely that
Salt Lake will get the presidency. Mr
Mulroney has given out that he will
not accept a reelection. Hla reason
for the announcement is that he caji
ill afford to give the league's affairs
the time required properly to look
after tho multitude of details Inci
dental to the running of a high-grade
Three names have jeon prominent
ly mentioned In Salt Lake In connec
tion tth the presidency. Dr. C, P.
Harveille, official physician of the
Salt Lake club, and friend of ever
ball player and magnate on the clr
cullt, has been suggested as admir
able presidential timber Qeorge V
Wasson, the Skyscrapers" legal rep
resentative, and a dyed baseballlat,
la another whose name has been
broached. Walter D Bratz, sport
ing editor of the Evonlng TelegTam.
and for many years more or less
closely connected with baseball
leagues in Utah, is also being pushed
Into the spbtlight by his friends.
All of the towns In the circuit are
In favor of an early meeting, and In
compliance with numerous requests,
President Mulroney, has decided to
call his associates together early in
the fall Tho meeting will develop
man things, no doubt, among the
most important of which will be the
I deciding ol the question as to whether
' or not tho circuit will he enlarged to
an eight club ring by the addition of
Boise and Lewlston or Billings In
Montana, or Twin Falls or Pocatello,
Washington. Spt 24 Colonel Dan
(' Kingman, senior colonel In the ar
my englnooHng corps. It Is understood
here, probably will succeed Brigadier
General William T Rossell. as chief
of engineers of tho army, when the
latter retires on account of age early
next month ( olonel Kingman is now
stationed at Savannah, da., as divi
sion engineer of the southeast divi
sion Others who have been atronn
y endorsed for tho place are Colonel
William M Black. Colonel Oeorgo W :
Goethals. Colonel Edward Burr, and
I Lieutenant Colonels Taylor Slebero
and Rlcho Colonel Goethals, howev
er, has been practically eliminated
because of his known desire to stay
on the isthmus until the completion of
the Panama canal.
U. S. GRAIN RATES
Toledo. O., Sept. 25. Announce- j
rrcDt is made from headquarters of
the Grain Dealers' National asBocia
11 Oil hero, that Dr. J. W. T Duvol.
government crop technologist. will
load the discussion at the National
convention of the association in
New Orleans. October 14, 15 and 16.
on proposed standartll7atlon of grain
grades in the United States.
It is expected that 1000 delegates
from all parts of the country will
attend and there will be suOmitted to
them the new corn grades, promul
gated by the government department
of agriculture, August 22 last.
THAW SENDS MAN
THANKS AND CHECK
Montreal, Sept 25 A cljpck for
J.'." has been sent by Harry K Thaw
to F Garceou. an Immigration offi
cer at Coatlcook, Tor a lundneas
shown to the Matteawan fugitive the
tiny he was deported.
Garceau was the man wno ran to
got an overcoat for Thaw on the cold
morning when he was rushed across
the boundary into tho United States
Thaw sat shivering in an automobile
and Garceau. noticing this, hurried
:nto the station and got his own ov
ercoat for him Thaw sent a letter
of thanks to Garceau with the check.
Leavenworth Kas . Sept. 24. Fear
ing violence from a mob of farm
ers that gathered near Sprlngdale.
Kas . E. W. Trumbel, charged with
killing Frank Hohan, a farmer, was
teken to the state penitentiary for
safe keeping by officers tonight
Mohan died yesterday of a frac- '
tured skull, the wound having been
inflicted, it was charged, by Trurn
bel, When tho news of Mohan's
death had been circulated over the I
community, farmers began to assem
ble and plans were formed for an
oztack on the Sprlngdale Jail
The officers heard of the plan and
Trumbel was rushed to the state :
prison where ho will be kept until 1
his trial begins.
ATTORNEY LOSES HIS MEMORY.
Indianapolis, Ind.. Sept. 25 John
R. Stoney, who says he Is a wealthy
attorney of Los Angeles early today
was taken In charge by the police
who are holding him for observation.
According to the story Stoney told,
the police, he lost his memory' while
In Syracuse, N Y, last week and
since then has been wandering over
Stoney declared he had been
struck on the head in Syracuse but
Phj6lcian9 could find no trace of any
At that time he said he had $375
and a valuable watch, but today he
had only two pawn tickets in his
possession One of these was Issued
here Monday and one in Toledo.
The man said that he was to have
met his wife jn Detroit last weok and
p.sked the pollco to aid him In locat
WRECK OF SHIP FOUND
Paris, Sept 25 Wreckage which
is supposed to be the remains or the
Boueeole, the vessel of the French j
explorer Laperouse, whlcn sailed on I
a voyage of discovery in the Pacific
in 1788 and never returned, has been J
fnui.d buried with Band on tho Isl
. and of Yamkoro In the Pacific.
W HUE GRUBS
Seven Million Dollars Loss
Last Year to Corn, Tim
othy and Potatoes.
Washlnclon. Sept. 25. Crops in Il
linois, lows and Wisconsin suffered
to the extent of seven million dollars
laBt year from the attacks of com-1
mon white grubs, while the damage to
Corn, tlmothj and potatoes In oth-r
Infested areas of toe country aortb
of the Ohio from the Atlantic ocean
to South Dakota, was at least $5."'00,
000 so that the total lo9S last year
from this cause was not less than
S 1 2."tMi.,iOM ao-urdlng in n uns,or.
the made by John J. Davis of the
I'nlted States bureau of entomology.
Observations leem to make it cer
tain, he says. In reporting his find
nigs, that in the northern 6tates tht
total life cycle of thl6 injurious spe
cies Is thri- years May beetle! were
uDusually abundant in 1908 and 1911
and the crubs caused iho largest dam
ago In l!o:i and 1912. He advises farm
en in the regions infested last year
to plow deep this fall, the best tim
ordinarily being between October I
BRYAN WILL NOT
MAKE ANY COMMENT
Washington. Sept. 25 The nomin
ation of Prederlco Gamboa. Mexican
minister of foreign affair?, by the
Catholic party. for president re
awakoneJ Interest here m tho Mex
ican situation. Secretary Brjan de
clined to comment.
While the United States might ul
timately recognize Gamboa, If chosen
at local and fair election, tho dls
ptsltlon in official circles was to
doubt whether he could be elected
Representatives of the Constltu
t'onalist party declared the radical
party of Mexico would take no part
in the oloctions and that the revo
lutionists would refuse to recognize
Gamboa. Th opinion of American
j i fflclall was thnt thr- nominee of thf
Catholic party could not triumph in
a popular election in Mexico.
Washington, Sept. 25. Fifty Amer
Icanii mostly women and children
w'ndlng their ways through moun
tain passes on an overland trip to the
Tezai border, loft Durango ester
dH on their long and perilous jour
ney. Vice Consul-McCaughan Is accom
panying the party, whose departure
leaves only about twenty Americans
in Durango. according to official ad
vicea, and not more than rorty in the
In the District Court of Weber
County. State of Utah.
Utah Association of Credit M'n, a
Corporation. Plaintiff, v. David
Pugh. doint: business under the firm
name and style of Ideal Meat Market,
The Slate of Utah to the said De
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after serv
ice of this Summons upon you. if
this action is brought. Otherwise
within thirty days after service and
defend the nbovo entitled action; and
in case of your failure so to do.
judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand of the
i omplalnt, which hus been filed with
the Clerk of said Court.
This action is brought to recover
judgment for 1590.661 together with
costs for goods, wnres and merchan
dise sold and delivered by J. S. Camp
bell Co . for $489.93. and The Fred
.1 Kleeel Co., for $100.73 to said de
lendant at his request within th past
two (2) years that said accounts
have been sold and aialgnod over to
this plaintiff who is now the legal
holder and owner thereof; that said
accounts are due and remain unpaid
P 0 Addrsp, Rooms 403-404 Firs'
National Bank Building. Ocden, Utah.
FROM OWN OFFICE
New Boy Fails to Recognize
Orange. N. J . Sept. 25 When
Thomas A. Edison, who has just re
covered from an illness, started to
enter his laboratory' here yesterday
he was intercepted by a lad who
hod recently become attached to the
laboratory office force.
"No strangers allowed In here,"
said the bo. "It Is a rule that no
one except employes can enter the
buiidltiK unless they havo an appoint
ment with Mr Edison and you can't
see blm because he's home sick ."
'I he Inventor asked to whom he
should go If he wished to make an
appointment with Mr Edison.
The new boy summoned W. H.
Meadowcroft, Mr Edison's secretary,
who was greatly asionished when he
saw the "stranger."
"1 vp come to take up the work
lefl off by Mr. Edison T want to
know If oii are not desirous of em
ploying a man who is willing to work
noiv and then." said the rnventor as
he shook hands He ndded.
"Meadowcroft, that boy you have
here is all right. I hope he will con
tinue to see that the rules of this
laboratory are faithfully carried out.''
SHOT HIMSELF THROUGH HEAD
Williamson. W. Ya.. Sept. 25. Jo
septa RhodoK, 19 years old. son of
Representative S. G. U. Rhodes was
found dead today in his room at
home. He had apparently shot him
self through tho head some time dur
ing the night.
Washington. Sept. 23 Sixty-six
poatofflcee, which arc to be advanc
ed to presidential grade October 1.
have been designated by Postmaster
(Ifueral Burleson to bo postal sav
ings depositories after November 1
Tariff Conferees Exempt Life
Insurance Premiums Paid
to Policy Holders.
Washington Sept 2'. Great inter-
est coiifi.iorl today about the decision j
of t Iim lurid' conferees to exempt from
the income tax that portion of the 1
premiums on mutual life insurance 1
policies returned to policy holders 1- I
dividends. Such action on the part j
of the conferees was unexpected, ;t M
the amendments originally made oy J
the senate to that end had beei 1
dropped out before the bill went into
Under ihp decision reached last 1
night all life insurance companle" J
svritin mutual policies and mutual I
marine insurance companies are treat-9
od similarly. No part of their in- M
come is excepted except that parts
of the premium on any policy that is m
returned to the policy holder as 1
dividend or rebate. 1
The conferees today tonk up final li
work on the tariff bill When they jj
left the capltol at midnight last night J
it was with thp hope that the confer- 1
once report should be sent to the gov- jj
eminent printing office late today and
bf laid before the two houses of con- I
WILL RETAIN TITLE
Memphis. Tenn., Sept. 25 With j'
el 'iiu players eliminated from the i
championship of the Women's West- 1 I
1 rn Golf association yesterday, the 11
outcome remains as doubtful as when j
1 i - lirst round of the match play I
Predictions are made I hat Mlsl
Caroline Painter of f'hiraco the prw- j
cnt champion w ill retain her title.
TodB promises hard fought cod- 1 l
Miis Painter is paired wltti II
MibS Francis Anderson of 'hicago- E
Two other players who arf playing I ,
1 rue 10 form are Mrs. F Scothurn of IS
( hicago and Miss Ruth Chlsholm, 1
I And Cook & O I 3
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Meals With-- 3lJ I
How about the Gas Heater for that I '
cold office or bathroom? I
We have them. I P
Utah Light & Ry. Co.
S. T. Whilaker. 11
Phone 102. Local Manager. I E
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