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2 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 23 r 1910 r
SPORTS
I BASEBALL RESULTS I
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 7 Booton 0
CHICAGO Aug 22 Chicago drove
Mattorn from the box In tho second
inning today winning the opening
game from Boston 7 to 0
Score
IL H E
Chicago 7 11 2
Boston 0 8 2
Batteries Mclntyre and KUng
Mattern Burko and Smith Btiridaii
Plttoburg Captures Both Games
PITTSBURG Aug 22 PltUburjy
today won two games from Philadel
phia by timely hitting In tho second
game Plttsburg made three home
runs In ono inning Tho feature was
the batting of Wagner who made
seven hUB In two games for a total
of sixteen bases His feat of a total
of ton bases in the second game
equalled tho record of the season in
1 Individual batting
S ores
First game
R H E
Pittsburg 6 12 1
Philadelphia 5 9 0
Batteries White Leever Phillip
pi and Gibson ShctUor Moren and
Moran
Second game
R H E
PitUburg 8 12 1
Philadelphia 1 6 0
Batteries Camnltz and Gibson
Stark Brennan and Doom
Cincinnatis Costly Errors Gives
Brooklyn Game
CINCINNATI Aug 22Cosllr er
rors by Cincinnati with opportune
hitting by Brooklyn gave tho latter
victor today Kentzer had two ling
ora of his pitching hand Injured In
the fourth and was forced to retire
Score
R H E
Brooklyn S 12 1
Cincinnati 5 fi 5
r Batteries KnetJer Dessall and
Bergen Burns Rowan and McLean I
St Louis 4 New York 11
ST LOUIS Aug 22Weak pitch
lug turned tho game today between
Now York and St Louis Into a farce
Score
R II E
Sl Louis 4 0 5
Ntw York 11 11 1
Batteries Zmlch Harmon Patton
and Bresnahan Bliss Drucko Cran
dall Moyors and Wilson
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 6 Philadelphia 7
PHILADELPHIA Aug 22It took
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twelve innings for Philadelphia to I
boat Cleveland today 7 to f A pass I
and two elegies netted victory
Score I
RILE
Cleveland G 16 3
Philadelphia r 7 15 1
Batteries Harkness Kocttner and
I Land Morgan Dygert Atkins and
Thomas
Detroit 8 New York 5
NEW YORK Aug 22 Detrojl
scored four runs in tho ninth Inning
today on one hit an error four poss
es a hit batsman and a balk and
defeated Now York S to 5
Score
R H E
Detroit S 10 3
Now York 5 S 5
Batteries Summers Wlllctt and
Schmidt Warhop Manning Fisher
and Sweeney
r
St Louis 2 Boston 8
BOSTON Aug 22 Hoopors bat
ting was directly responsible for
Bostons victory over St Louis today
8 to 2 The local right fielder made
a borne run two three baggers and
1 a single in as many times at baL
Score
IL H E
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St Louis 2 6 1
Boston 8 12 0
Batteries Lake and Killlfor Cl
sotto and Carrigan
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i Washington 4 Chicago 3
WASHINGTON Aug 22 Wash
ington defeated Chicago today by
driving White from the box today
the first time In three years Tho
4 Chicago pltchor retired In the sev
enth and Washington won 4 to 3
Second baseman McConnell turned
his ankle and had to retire
Score
R H E
Washington 4 11 1
Chicago 3 2 3
1 Batteries Walker and Beckon
dorf White Olmstend and Payne
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Des MoinesDes Moines 1 Den
ver C
At Omaha Omaha Ij St Joseph
3
At LincolnLincoln 1 Wichita 2
At Sioux CItYSioux City 7 Tope
ka C
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Tolfdo Milwaukee 2 Toledo 6
At ladlanapolle Indianapolis 5
Minneapolis O
At ColumbusSt Paul 1 Columbus
2
At LouisvilleFirst game Kansas
City 4 Louisville 0 Second game
Kansas City 1 Louisville 3
COAST LEAGUE
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 3
Sacramento 1
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Spokauo Spokane 12 Seattle
J
At TacomaTacoma G Vancouver
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i SARATOGA RESULTS
SARATOGA Aug 22Results
First raco mile Chapultepec 5
to 1 won Norbltt 8 to 1 second
Huck 18 to 5 third Time 140
Second race Hunters gtecplechneo
handicap about two and a half miles
Prlnoo UampUm 9 to 10 won 0 K
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w1 1 µ rr t c f t
9 to o flecohjijlndianolo 4 tol third
Time 530v
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Third race throe y < ar olds mile
Cherryola 9 to 5 won Jacquollna
4 to 1 second FolIo Levy 3to 1
third Time 139 15
Fourth race mile and an eighth
Superstition 4 to 1 won Bob R 7
to 2 second Cheek 10 tpi1 third
Time 152 15 n t
Fifth race seven furlongs Imita
tor 7 to lwon Spohn 5 to 2 sec
ond Breen Bridge 50 to 1third
Time 126
Sixth race BX furlongs Ben Las
en 3 to 1 won Shooting Spray 5
to 1 second Royal Lodge 4 to 1
third Time Ill 25
HEAVYWEIGHT MUST
TAKE A BACK SEAT
By Harry B Smith
Its the day of the lightweight mon
in the boxing division If its the day
of anybody says the oldtimer The
heavyweights and even tho middle
weIghts must understand that for the
lime being they are to be moved into
tho back circle That is now what any
oldtimer and all oldtlmorS and others
as well who have a keen eye to the
game flstlana tell ino and when they
spread out thoIr arguments you will
agree that they are about right
The boxing sumo like everything
olso apparently moves in cycles At
least that has proved to bo the his
tory of tho heavyweight division the
fortunes of which have gono up and
down in varying degree Take the
SulllvanCorbott fight at New Orleans
on September 7 1S92 It was tho blg
gest ovent of its kind and attracted
stupedous attention over the wide
world
The victory of Corbett meant much
to the game but nt the same time
for five years Corbott held the cham
pionship and engaged In no contests
that could be styled worldwide af
fairs It was not until Corbett ar
ranged to meet FltzBlmmons at Car
son City on March 17 1S97 that In
terest was aroused once more to a
high pitch
Fitzsimmons upon coming Into pos
session of the Utle hold It in compar
ative quiet until he was defeated by
Jeffries at Coney Island on June 9
1899 Jeffries of course had a num
ber of Important contests but none of
them to compare with the affair that
took placo on the Fourth of July last
In fact it might bo said that for
something like eleven years tho heavy
weights had not taken precedence
Heavyweights Must Retire
And now since the question of su
premacy in that division seems to
have been effectually settled for some
time to come It Is quite fitting that
the heavier men should drop out of
sight and allow others to bring tho
game back to normal condition
Western promoters who have given
the subject more thought and consid
eration perhaps have realized ever I
slnco the Rono fiasco that It would
bo well to drop heavyweight Matches
Now Yorkers have been brought to
that way of thinking
And so once more the lightweights
and the feathers as well as tho ban
tams are to como into their own
Big purses the fabulous guarantees
which have been made to fighters can
also bo looked upon as a thing of the
past Through the rivalry of promot
ers and tho wonderful success of tho
r game purses offered have grown out
of all proportions Tho scheme of a
guarantee win lose or a draw and
percentages on tho side to fighters and
managers alike have been vicious
propositions
Thoro is no reason why boxers
should not be contented to annp r
for a winners and losers end In tho
future that Is what they will be forc
ed to do
It will suit tho public and no mat
ter how much boxers may rave about
such affairs being none of the pub
lies business it remains that the pub
lic Is concerned The people who pa
in the money at the box office must
necessarily be consulted The wave
of commercialism that has swept over
boxing must be stopped That Is
what disgusts the followers of the
sport more than any other ono thing
It is to be regretted also that
there cannot bo some organization by
which crooked fighters of whom there
arc unfortunately a few cannot he
burred So long as boxing continues
there will bo more or loss betting on
results Crooked fighters like crook
od Jockeys should be ruled off Some
combination of promoters ought to be
possible by which such action could
bo taken The newspapers can and
have in large part assisted keep
ing such men out of the ring but
they need the assistance of the pro
moters
GENERAL KURTZ
HOLDS THE fORT I
Jerry Kurtz Is again in full posses
sion of the Ogden sanitarium Depu
ty Sheriff Murphy having served B
M Robinson and his assistants with
papers yesterday compelling them to
vacate the premises at once
Suit was brought In the district
court yesterday against Brigham M
Robinson and the Pingree National
bank asking that the sheriffs deed
to the Sanitarium be declared a mort
gago and that tho property be re I
convoyed Also that the defendants I
bo restrained from interfering with
Mr Kurtz In his management of tho
establishment and that a sum amount
lug to little more than seven hundred
dollars bo paid to covor receipts tak
en In at the Sanitarium by Robinson
together with damages etc
The complaint states that J H
Kurtz purchased the Sanitarium
property under a sheriffs sale and
that he borrowed from tho Plngreo
National bank 8500 Of this amount
53000 was paid leaving a balance of I
5GOO still due It is set forth that
when tho plaintiff approached the i
bank with a proposition to settle the
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account he was Informed that the
banks Interests had been transfer
red to Brigham M Robinson and that
ho would hiivo toBottle with the Jll
tor A bond of 2500 was alaq pled
with tho court
Everything wan quiet about tho
SanltariumCyoalorday Kurtz and Rob
inson still maintaining tholr Jplnt
possession of the establishment un
til 3 oclock when Deputy Sheriff
Murphyr arrived on tho scone with
llio courts orders
1 Robinson Immediately conimunl >
rated with his attorneys and after
a brief coT Cerenco decided to oboy
the Instructions
GUARANTEED PILE CURE
BACKED BY YOUR LEADING
DRUGGIST
If you have any kind ot plies got
a box of Dr Lconhardts HemRold at
BADCONS PHARMACY Ogden Utah
on the moneyback plan
Hem Roid Is mode from Dr Loon
hardts own proscription tablet
remedy taken Internally and cures
thoroughly by removing the internal
causes of piles something that suppos
itorles ointments or cutting opera
tions will not do
U for largo boltlo which lasts 21
days Dr Ix onhardt Co Station B
Buffalo N Y Wrlto for booklet
BinS OPENfD fOR
NUN HiGH LINE
SALT LAKE Aug 22Tho start
toward building the high lino road
of tho Salt Lake route will be mado
today It Is declared when bids are
opened for tho first 20 miles of the
now road Although the road Is now I
handling successfully Its freight and
passenger traffic it Is only temporary I
and before many mouths arc passed
it expects to have a now road and
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one that will bo high and dry and
not be molested by the heavy fresh
lets and sweep southern Nevada I
RxScuator William A Clark president
I
ident oftho Salt Lako route hs
brother J Ross Clark vice president
of the company and their chief engin I
eer E G ton came over the road
from the south this morning This
afternoon they will open the bids for
tho new road It Is for a stretch of
20 miles below Callentc and will ho
from 16 to 30 feet higher than tho
present tracks
Senator Clark has been In Piocho
Calicuto and the country around for
several days and during that time
has become quite familiar with the
situation Thus far It has not been
decided what route will be taken at
this end of the road in putting in the
permanent tracks It Is almost cer
tain that tho road will not go out by
t yBennefs pass from Panacn while it
seems probable that It will enter tho
valley in which Panaca is situated by
way of Sheens pass
Persons who have recently traveled I
the Pioche branch of the road believe I
that the now road will como In by
Sheeps pass and go down to Callente
from Panaca Their conclusion Is
drawn from tho fact that the branch
road has been put In with a consider
able degree of permanency
KILL THE GERMS
Thats the Only Way to Cure Dan
druff and Parisian Sage is
the Only Killer
Parisian Sage soaks Into the scalp
and when It reaches the roots of tho
hair It not only kills every dandruff
germ but it supplies the hair with
Just the right kind of nourishment to
put vigor and strength into it and
make it grow
Parisian Sage Is the most delight
ful hair dressing In the world and
Is not sticky or greasy Use it one
week and you will never give it up
Parisian Sage is guaranteed by
BADCONS PHARMACY to stop fall
Ing hair to cure dandruff keep hair
from fading to stop Itching of the
scalp or money back Price 50 cents
a large bottle The girl with the Au
burn hair Is on every bottle
SfNATOR OWHfS
NAME IN HEARING
SULPHUR Okla Aug 22lho
name of Senator Robert L Owen of
Oklahoma entered into the Indian
land Investigation today
E P Hill an attorney for the
Choctaw nation testified before the
special congressional committee that
Is investigating the Gore bribery
charges that Senator Owen is the
principal in a suit in which are In
volved contracts with the Indians
calling for a 50por cent fee
Mr Owen however testified At
torney Hill entered Into the contracts
with the Indians some years before
he became senator and Is now trying
to secure 50 per cout but has left It
to the United States court of claims
to determine how much he should be
paid It was also said that since
his election as senator Mr Owen
had shown no activity in tho matter
except to testify in behalf of his
claim
The value of the property which
It was asserted In Mr Owens suit
was restored to the Indians is fixed
by the department of justice at from
12000000 to 11000000 As attor
ney for the Choctaws Mr Hill said
he was resisting the suit
Senator Owen based his claim it
was said on legal service he alleged
ho had rendered at Washington and
in Oklahoma prior to his election to
tho senate
Most of todays hearing was taken
up with tho cross examination of J
F McMurray holder of the contracts i
by wholch ho seeks to obtain a 10 i
Per cent attorneys feo on the salo of
30000000 worth of Indian lands in
this Htato < McMurray said that
If the Indians got all their property
was worth they would receive 30
OQO000 and his fee would bo 10 per
I cent of that Questioned us to his
plans to dispose of tho 460000 ncres
I of coal and asphalt land McMurray
said the coal deposits held by tho
Indians in this state amounted prac
I tically to a monopoly In the territory
west ot the Mississippi south of the
Missouri and cast of the Rocky
I Mountains and he bellovd the Indiana
wero entitled to the value of tho coal
as a monopoly Ho thought tho loud
ry
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r the FourState Fair Ogden Utah
i September 23 to 29 1910 you can
go in and out as many times as
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IT COSTS JUST 1 TO GET AN EXHIBITORS TICKET AND YOU
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S CAN MAKE ONE OR MORE EXHIBITS WITHOUT PAYING ANY
II MORE BUT YOU MUST MAKE AT LEAST ONE EXHIBIT IN
w ORDER T 0 BE ENTITLED TO BUY AN EXHIBITORS TICKET
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M0 1 9 Presideni and r Mgr
OFFICE 360 24th STREET UPSTAIRS
11 io 4 t <
would bring higher price If sold to
a corporation rather than If It were
ipllt up and sold to many Individuals
Put he said he never had heard of
any syndicate that stood ready to
pay 30000000 for the land as Sona
tor Gore had charged Tho surface
of tap lands which aggregate moro
than 12500 acre tho witness thought
might be sold Separately to small
holders Jl L
UP AGAINSTn ON COAL BIDS
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SIt Lagc August 23 Tenders to
furnish coal for the citys public
schools for tho coming winter wore
received by the buildings and grounds
committee of the city school board
Monday for the second time The
committee recommended that ail the
bids bo rejected as too high and that
tenders be readxWtlsea for
Nine firms submitted bids Monday
Of these five submitted tenders the
first time bids were called for and
their bids this time are not only iden
tical with Olio another but arc the
same as the first time Here are the
figures
Slack Citizens Coal company
350 Western Fuel company 360
Central Coal Coke company 350
Bamberger Coal company 350 Je
remy Fuel Grain company 360
Mine run Citizens 525 Western
Fuel 525 Central Coal Coke
525 Bamberger 526 Jeremy Fuel
Grain 525
PeaCItizens 175 Western Fuel
4 jfi Central Coal Coke 175
Bamborger 475 Jeremy Fuel
Grain 475
Lump Citizens 575 Western
Fuel 576 Central Coal Coke 575
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Sore Feet Tender Feet and Swol
len Feet Cured Every Time
TIZ Makes Sore Feet Well
No Matter What
Ails Them
Everyone who is troubled with sore
sweaty or tender feet swollen feet
smelly foot corns callouses or bun
ions can quickly make their feet well
now Here Is Instant relief and a
lasting permanent remedy Its called
TIZ T15S makes sore feet well and
swollen feet are quickly reduced to
their natural size Thousands of lad
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full size smaller with perfect comfort
Its the only foot remedy ever made
which acts on the principal of draw
ing out all the nolsonpus exudation
which cause sore feet Powders and
other lomqdfos merely clog up the
pores TIZ clcauses them out and
keeps them clean It works right off
You will feel hotter the very first
time its used Use it a week and you
can forget you ever bad sore foot
There Is nothing on earth that can
compare with IU TIZ la for sale at all
druggists 25 cents per box or direct
If you wish from Walter Luther
Dodge Co Chicago 11U
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s S l i r y
Bamberger 576 Jeremy Fuel
Grain 575
Tho Federal Coal company appear
ed as a new bidder entitled to mem
bership In the trust inasmuch as it
offers to furnish coal are Identical
with the bids submitted by the other
five concerns
Throe new concerns camo in with
bids this time Richard P Morris com
pany tho Sugar House Coal Lum
ber company and the Dunyon Coal
company Those bidders materially
lower the price but the bids of the
two latter firms wero rejected for the
reason that they offered to furnish
coal only to schools within their Im
mediate neighborhood Tho Sugar
House company offered to supply tho
Sugar House Emerson Waterloo and
Hamilton schools with slack at 360
a ton with mine run for 475 a ton
a reduction of fifty cents with a pea
for Sot a ton a reduction of seventy
five cents and with lump for 525 a
reduction fifty cents Tho Dunyon
concern offered to furnish the Water
loo and Jefferson with alack for 3 50
a ton poa at 350 u ton and lump at
535 This firm mad no bid on mine
run Morris offered to furnish alack for I
360 a ton mine run Ypr 5 00 and
lump for 550 a material reduction
over the offers of tho origihal five bid
ders No attempt was mad to give a
satisfactory explanation of else reason
for rejecting this bid which Included
no offer on pea coal
WILL MANDAMUS V r
COURT DEPUTIES
Salt Lake Aug Following City
Civil Judge J M Bowmans recent or
der that the clerk of his court nor
tho deputies must not enter default
Judgments In suits arising on con
tracts for the recovery of money or
damages the Utah Association of
Credit Men through its attorneys
Stephens Smith Porter announced
Monday that It will bring mandamus
proceedings against the city civil
court Including the Judge Benjamin I
S Rives city recorder who Is ox
officio clerk and the three deputies of
the court to test tho law on tho sub
ject
Tho announcement of the Institution
of mandamus proceedings follows the
refusal by the courts deputies Mon
day to tho Utah Association of Credit
Men against A L Ball and Mrs Olive
Durand These suits arc on assigned
accounts for small amounts
The law on the subject says that the
clerk or the courts deputies shall en
ter such judgments but some of the
attorneys of the city hold that the law
Is unconstitutional In that it confers
upon the clerk or the deputies Judic
iary powers that belong solely with
the courts under the constitution The
outcome of tho case will be awaited
with deep interest as Judge Bow
mans order Involves a precedent In
this state
ROY BROWN CHARGED
WITH STEALING WATCH
Salt Lake Aug 23Ro Brown a
young fellow giving his age to the
police as 20 years was arrested about
midnight Sunday by Patrolmen
Thomas Simpson and James Ekatedt
charged with robbing Frank Gilmore
of a gold watch and other personal
effects Including a sum of money
Brown Is said to have taken Gllmoro
to a room in the American house on
Commercial street from tho Omaha
restaurant and then robbed him Gil
more wars In an intoxicated condi
tion and it is claimed that he is not
tho first drunken man that has been j
a victim of young Brown I
Upon discovering that Gilmore had i
been robbed tho ppllco Immediately
act out to find Brown and he was
caught within a few mlnuos in the
Salt Lake billiard hall on Commercial
street Ho confessed to having taken
the watch but contended that he In
tended to give It back to Gilmore j
Monday morning This story Is con I
DO credence by tho police When
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Scratch a Match and
Turn the Vaiue
It is a true axiom that nothing is perfect until it is simple
All our men of middle life will remember the old powderhorn
capbox and shot pouch j how cumbersome and slow it wns
when loading the oldfashioned shotgun But now it is dif
ferent the cap powder and shot are all in one shell
How unpleasant it must have been for Martha Washing
ton and all the ladies of her day to cook in the old fire place
with its dutch oven and spit If time could only be unrolled
and bring them back to life again how pleased they would be
to work in one of our modern kitchens where gas is used It
would be like a dream to them until they could bo convinced of
its reality
One lady says C I would not sell my gas stove if I could
not get another An engineer on the Short Line says II I cook
my breakfast sineo I put in the gas but it is too quick for me
it gets things ready before I can get dressed
Gas is the thing all right try it t
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AnOflhe1r Car 01 Ga
S ove AIrJriive
Those waiting for gas ranges will please call and select
before they are all gone
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taken to two police station Gilmore
positively Identified the watch which
was taken fVom Brown to be his
ANOTHER TOOELE FIRE
CLEANING UP THE DEBRIS
Tooole Aug lLast night at 10
oclock the flrffl alarm was soundod
In the old tow a On doublequick
time the department In that part of
town was out at > work The alarm
was also aoundodj In tho now town
and Captain Pat White had his men
together and l the run with hose
cart in less than iou 1 minutes a dis
tance of several blocks The fire
started in J Tuttl ea barn The or
igin Is not known But with tho
quick work of No S 1 and No 2 fire
departments the names were soon
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extinguished with little damage dons
The debris from the fire of a wrtf t
ago Is being cleared away St
Clairs saloon has been repaired to
such an extent that It Is hard to tell
fire Hunt I
that there was ever a
ingtons real estate office which was
also damaged by fire has been re ¬
paired It is rumored that a large
business house will be erected where
the Droubay block stood
Yes said the Chicago man who
lIBel been down tho Mississippi yo 2
have some tine swimming holes
around St Louis
Then you took a dip spoke UP
the St Louis man And what dU
you do after enjoying a good Faun
in the broad Mississippi
I went homo and took a bath
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IN THE 171 O M r preparation of the ordeal caw1 t
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