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2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 I it v J I
i uiK UNIVERSITY
i OPENS THURSDAY
j
f With prospects as bright or bright
before the University
I er than ever
of Utah will begin work for tho year
i T 191011 next Thursday Sept 15 Tlt
j I throe last days of thin week will be
dovoted to entrance examinations and
I tho registration ot students Class
I i work will begin Monday Sept JO
I i Most of the former members of tho
I i faculty will ho In their places when
school opens Several prof < M Kni are
1 I onleave ot absence and their posts
I will bo ruled by substitutes In tho
absence of Dean Byron Cummings
I j I who is traveling and studying In
f I Europe Professor George M Mar
I shall will continue as acting dpan
I of tho acbool of arts and sciences
I Replacing Dr John Sundwall who Is
studying III Germany Professor U G
lore formerly of the University
p of Missouri has been engaged as pro
d lessor of anatomy and head of tho
jl medical school
To Fill Places
Tho place of Professor George C
Wise of the department of modern
I languages will be filled by Walter
I A Kerr a Utah man who has boon
t connected with tho Weber Stake acad
emy Professor Wise will spend tho
winter in Europe
I Henry A Mattill will take the place
of John Z Brown as professor of
I physiology and physiological chemis
I try Professor Brown will spend the
winter at the University of Chicago
George A Hedger who has been tray
cling and studying in Europe during
tho pant few months will return to
resume his work In the English do
partmenL
Among the new members of tho
faculty will be Jacob Dolin who
I comes to the university as professor
of physical education Ho will be
II assisted by Fred Bennion who will
j be athletic coach
I I Promotions Made
Promotions in the faculty an
nounced for the coming year arc as
follows
Squire Coop from Instructor of
music to professor of music Robert
L McGhle from assistant professor
If ancient languages to associate pro
fessor Myron J Abbey from In
Htructor In botany and physical ge
ography In tho secondary training
I school to assistant professor of bot
I any and director of nature stud
Jacob II Tipton from foreman of
I flic wood and foundry shops to dlrec
I tor of manual training with tho title
> f assistant professor F F Hlnte
Jr from assistant to Instructor In
Ecology
Professor Richard R Lyman head
> f the civil engineering school ar
I Bounces that S C Dallas the unlver
I jlty architect has completed plans
and specifications for the new hy
draulic laboratory to bo erected this
all
TO FAIR EXHIBITORS
Make your Fair entries bofore Sep
tember 21st at Four State Fair head
i quarters 3CO Twentyfourth street up
stairs The exhibits must be In
place at 10 a m September 23rd and
the secretary must have two days to
prepare tho books Make your en
tries as soon as possible For Fair
Information call up Ind phone 799
J
and No 711 Bell
GUY PRISONER
ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
John Bailey the alleged ° hop
head who was arrested some time
ago for the theft of a chair from
the office of Dr Condon yesterday
fl attempted to commit Milcldc by hang
ing himself to a stringer over the
I corridor door lu tho city prison
J The man would undoubtedly have
succeeded In making away with him
t elf had It not been for the uproar
made by tho other Inmates and thf
promptness of tho desk sergeant
f When the sergeant heard the cries
coming from the colls ho rushed up
Sialrs and found Bailey hanging front
the beam supported by IL double i
I piece of thick twine which ho had
I I fastened about his neck in a regular
hangmans noose
i The man was hlacK in tho face
l i 1 and appeared to be won on hid Jour
IJ I hey to the other world when ho wns
I sH II I
tt I cut down I
i I Ho was not as far gone as was
I j I j thought however for when ho drop
ped ho steadied himself and Immedl 1
atelv abused the sergeant for cutjng I
him down Baying that he icallyTVc
Hrodtq din A
Whether tho man was jialuralh dn
ppondenl over hIsfjiilBfarltun < > 8 or suf
ring from tlfc4oifrct of the drug
that ho had so often misused Isnot
known hut ho ls being kopt under
u careful watch by f thc police gjfl
clalB to prevent another attempt on
his own life
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NOTICE
rl
ToExaminer Creditors
I
i NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court ot the Second
Judicial District of tho State of Utah
within and for Weber county
In the matter of the assignment of
B RBowman and Paul M Lee co
partners under the firm name of tho
Ogden Morning Examiner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
I Tho undersigned hereby gives no
tice of Its appointment as assignee of
tho eotato of B it Bowman and Paul
M Lee Insolvent debtors doing busi
ness under the name and style of
Ogden Morning Examiner at Og
den Weber county Utah to tho cred
itors of and all persons having claims
against said assignors to exhibit the
same with the necessary vouchers In
the manner and within tho period of
time provided for by law to the un
dersigned at No 319 First National
Bank building Ogden City Utah
PINGREE NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis DeVlmj Attorneys for As
signee No 3011 First National Bank
building l
First Publication Aug 13th 1910
Last Publication Sept 24th 1910
BABY NARROWlY
ESCAPS DEATH
Yesterday Afternoon the Infant ono
year audI lnc months old son
of Mr and Mrs John Fells
fell from the second story of
the Washington rooming house but
waSj fortunate enough to escape with
but a gash over Its eye
The fall of the baby and Its mirac
ulous ending Is ono of the most aston
Ishing accidents yet happening In the
cltvWhen
When the Infant toppled out of The
window It landed first on the canvas
awning ot a store underneath and
hounding off landed softly on a halo
of hay which happened to bo on the
sidewalk
Up to this time the baby was not
I
I Injured In Its fall It was in the fall
from the balo of hay about two feet
to the sidewalk that tho slight In
Jury was sustained
The baby was given medical alien
loin Immediately and Is now doing
quite well little tho worse for its
flight through the air
The parents when the baby drop
pod from the window gave It up as
dead and rushed hasH to the side
walk to recover Its body Their Joy
at finding their child alive and cry
Ing as loudly as ever was unbound
ed
NOTICE
The Elite Cafe is reopened for bus
iness under the IJOTV management of
Blossor Foloy
UNKNOWN HAS
PARALYTIC STROKE
An unknown man was picked up on
the street last night apparently suf
fering from a paralytic stroke or
from a partial paralysis of his lower
extremities
Tho man when found was uncon
scious with his lower limbs numb and
stiff It was thought at first tL t
the man was dead out when ho was
brought to the station and given a
hypodermic by City Physician Ries
he revived His condition late laiit
night was weak but considerably Im
proved
The unfortunate man Is evidently
a sufferer from some sort of paraly
sis
v i
THE WILD WEST snow
COMING
L SIOUX INDIAN WAR DANCE AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
r 1 NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14
1 AND 15
I
I
UH
rMUSIG PUBLISHING
HHUSffOR OGDEN
l ro jucw commercial enterprises
IOitp jveaojiiuLliflifdan Ogdcih that
ot publishing sheet music and the ft
manufacture and sale of Jiroteeaioual
lantern lldoufaud 4iipUpu pictures
The music house will ho owned and
controlled by H H Attwooll Mr
and Mrs Harry All ooll who have
already attained considerable success
as writers and composers of popular
songs
Tho motion picture house will be es
tablished by J B Herrick and Forde
Hassing present proprietors of tho
Studio Royal
QuarleM have bo secured by op
tion in one of the now buildings to
be erected on Hudson avenue in the
Immediate future
The Initial offering to he pioduceJ
locally Is the newly written song
Utah from the versatile pens of
Mr and Mrs Attwooll This wan the
feature song In last weeks program
at the Isis theater and attracted
much favorable comment from those
who listened to Its pleasing melody
and words and viewed the exception
al slides that accompanied 1L
In writing this song the Attwoolh
have cleverly Introduced bits of early
state history eulogizing the hand
cart pioneers as the founders of
Utahs greatness and commenting on
the beauties of our natural scenery
the mountains the flowers and tho
great Inland sea
The song Is In threo verses and
the chorus Is as follows
All hail lo lice 0 fair Utah
May praises ever ring
True love for thee on land and rca
Thy childrens voices sing
The music was arranged by Charles
C Thatcher ono of Ogdens bc > t
known musicians The title page of
the music is Illuminated with a pen
and ink sketch by Jack Held of Suit
Lake and represents a pioneer train
crossing the plains with ox teams
and hand cartstho background con
sisting of the mountain walled desert
while In tho foreground Is afield of
newly harvested golden grain A
stalwart armed plainsman Is seen urg
ing onward a team of slow moving
oxen attached to a prairie schooner
In which arc seated the drivers wife
and Infant The wagon bears the
date 1S47 while among the grain
shocks are tho figures 1910 emblem
atic of the time that has elapsed
since tho arrival of the vanguard of
UUihs civilization
An Important feature In connection
with tho sheet of music is an SOO
word sketch of state history entitled
Tho Builders of Utah by John V
Bluth of Ogden The sketch gives
an outline of the movements of the
Mormons following their departure
from Nauvoo In 1S46 and graphically
tells the story of the great exodus
across the Indian infested plains In
search of the Land of Promise
The series of beautiful slides which
accompany tho song were made by
J B Herrick from photographs tak
en by himself In various parts of the
state expressly for this song The
artistic coloring Is also tho work of
Mr Herrick The views Include those
of Pioneer or Eagle Gate Salt Itke
City the Brigham Young monument
City creek canyon a storm on Great
Salt lake Sevler Jake with Its wonder
ful mountain scenery and other points
of Interest throughout Utah There
Is also an exceptional view of the
water fall in Ogden canyon being
probably the finest over secured by
a photographer This view has been
copyrighted by Mr Herrick
Glen Brothers Piano company has
ordored 3000 copies of the song
Utah In Immediate recognition of
its merits and two
later songs of a
similar theme My Hearts In Old
Utah and My Utah Rose hy the
same writers are now ready for pub
lication
WILlLOGHHEAD
tAm TO REST
The funeral of Wm S Lochhead
the young husband who was killed
while riding In au automobile to tim
Hot Springs on business for his firm
was held yesterday at 2 p m from
the Fifth Ward Meeting house with
Bishop H C Jacobs presiding
An elaborate musical program was
a feature of tho service A quartette
composed of Mrs Tillle Poulter Mrs
Mary Jones Orson Griffin and Hag
bert Anderson sung Softly and Ten
derly Jesus Is Calling I Need Thee
Every Hour and Shall We Meet
Beyond the River A dueL 0 Love
Divine was rendered by Mrs Mary
Jones and Mrs Tllllo Poulter The
solo Some lime Well Understand
was sung by Mrs Mary Paulo
The speakers were President James
otherspoon William Moycs David
I Frame Raj Townsend and Bishop
Jacobs Tho first of the speakers
were personal friends of the frJly
from Paisley Scotland They
referred to the uany association
which they had had with young Loch
head and his family and to their In
Integrity and faithfulness to the U
D S church and comforted the sor
rowing wife and family in the hope
of meeting the departed one In the
Other Laud
Tho other two speakors Frame and
Townsend were missionary compan
ions of the deceased from Scotland
They tell of the faithful service in the
missionary field and of the many
friends that he made through his
genial demeanor
The meeting house was entirely
two small to accomodate the largo
gathering of relatives and friends and
many of them were compelled to re
main outside the building
The Scottish Cronies attended tin
funeral In a body Grand Counselor
Harry R Killchman of Boise with a
number of Salt Lake members of the
United Commercial Travelers joined
the Ogden members in attending tho
service These two representative
bodies preceded the funeral cortege
from the meeting house to the Ogden
City cemeterywhere the body was
burled
The floral offerings were numerous
I and extremely beautiful There were
many pieces of exceptional workman
ship Ccores of Individual bouquets
I were laid upon the casket by mourn
ing friends until it was almost hidden
beneath Its fragrant covering
Tho grave was dedicated by Arch
bishop MacFarland
Frontier Day Show cijt Dgden
H Direct From Cheyenne
i Y
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o
ExTPresident Roosevelt Who Saw This Big Wild West Show at Cheyenne Only a Few Days Ago said It is the Biggest Show I Ever
I SaM iThe SKow Passed Through Ogden August 31st and is Now Playing at the State Fair of California and will bcin Og
w den on WEDNESDAY AND THTJRSD AY SEPTEMBER 14 AND 15 1910 I
B fyTr P
The following partial program baa
been prepared for Ogden
Frontier Days show from Chey
enne NoteJn all events contcsted by
Individuals the purees will be divided
Gli per cent 25 percent and 10 per I
cent In team contests entire purse I
goes to winning team I
Cow pony race opon to all one
fourth mile Ponies must be H I
hands two inches high and carry
cow saddles Purse 7500
Indian Pony race open to full blood
ed Indians onefourth mile Purae
2000
Fr eCorall for untrained race
horses onefourth mile Purse
10000
Bulldogging ot wild Texas steers
The steer IB given a start of 150 feet
Cowboy chases him on horseback
Jumps from his horse to tho back of
the steer reaching between the horns
and catching tho steer by tho nose
with his hands and teeth throws him
to the ground 1
Ladles cow pony race onfourth
mile Contestants must ride astride
Purse 7500
I
HOlDUPS SANDBAG
THEIR VICTIM
I
H C Hawkins who claimed to be
a Spanish war veteran was tho vic
tim of a sandbagger last night The
man was beaten badly about tho
head and face and was In a bad con
dition although he bad not a mark on
his body excepting tho swellings that
always follow u genuine case of sand
bagging
The man said ho had been drinking
a little and that ho was turning into
an alloy leading off Lincoln avenue
between Twentyfourth and Twenty
fifth streets when ho lost track of
the subsequent happenings He was
found and brought to the station
house where ho was given medical
attention by City Physician Anna
Rels and restored to his faculties
On the left rear side of his head
vas a swollen ridge about tho shape
and size of a sandbag and on his left
Jaw and near the eye were swellings
of the same nature All of tho
bruises were very painful and It Is
the opinion of the authorities that the
bruidcs could havo been administer
cd with nothing else than the sand
bag
Hawkins declared that the last ac
count he took of the contents of his
purse showed something like 19 or
20 but when ho was brought to the
city jail he was penniless giving the
police the idea that the knockout was
done for the purpose of robbing till
victim
DEATHS AND I
FUNERALS
MRS KERSTE DAHL
Mrs Kerste Dahl aged S3 vs I
had been a member of the L D 3
church for over half a century died
at 10 oclock last evening at tho home
of her daughter Mrs Heber Gibbs
on Harrlsvllle avenue of general de
bility due to old age
Mrs Dahl was born In Sweden on I
Dec 10 1S2C and joined the Mormon
church hi her native laud over 50
years ago She came to America 2S
years ago and had lived In Utah over
since
Besides her daughter the deceased
leaves two eons Niels Dahl of Ogden I
and August Dahl of Farmmgton also
16 grandchildren nmi four great
grandchildren I
The body was removed tor Larklns
undertaking cstublishnunr to bo pre
pared for burial
JACOB HEILOO
The funeral of Jacob Ileiloo was I
held at 12 oclock at the Fifth ward
rr RRH
A SYSTEMIC BLOOD DISEASE
Catarrh is not merely an affection
of the mucous membranes it is a
deepseated blood disease in which the
entire circulation and greater part of
the system are involved It is more I
commonly manifested in the head I
nose and throat because of the sensi
tive nature of these membranes and I
also because they are more easily
reached by irritating influences from
I the outside The symptoms of Ca
tarrh such as a tight feeling in the
head nose stopped up throat clogged
and dry hacking cough etc show
that the tiny blood vessels of the mu
cous membranes are badly congested
and inflamed from the impurities in
the circulation To cure Catarrh per
manently the blood must be purified
and the system cleansed of all un
healthy matter Nothing equals
S S S for this purpose It attacks
the disease at its
1 head goes down
1ct to the bottom of
t 1 It the trouble and
makes complete
S S S and lasting cure
t by PURIFYING
Lq LV L the blood Then
L 4 the i n fl a m c d
membranes
0 heal the head is cleared breathing
becomes natural and easy the throat
is no longer clogged and every un
olcasant symptom of the disease dis
ippears S S S is the greatest of all
jlood purifiers and for this reason is
hcA most certain cure for Catarrh
3ook on CaLirrh nnd medical advice
rcc to all who write
THE BWJCrT S2ECIT10 CO Atlanta Go I
r Trick roptop by famous experts 1
I
Cowboy relay race one and one
half miles each rider to be allowed
three horses and two assistants and
must change mounts twice In the
race the rider winning the most half
miles In two days to get first money
Purse 7500 I
Indian pony race onefourth mile
for squaws and maidens Purse
1500
I
Hat race open to allmen and wo
men rider to cover 150 yards pick
Ing ip three hats on tho way and i
throwing them on tho other side of
the horse rider picking up all the
hats and making tho best time to be
declared the winner Purse 5000
Riding of wild horses fresh from
tho ranges and never before handled
by tho most expert riders In the I
world
Indian war dance by a band of I
fifty fullblooded Sioux Indians from
the Pine Ridge reservation
Exhibition of trick roping by world
famous ropers
Bucking horse contest for the chum
I
meeting house yesterday with BUn
op H C Jacobs officiating
The Holland choir furnished the
music and tho solo Somo Sweet
Day was sung by Gerald Klomp
Those who eulogized tho life of
the deceased and gave comfort were
Herman Denkera Patriarch G W
Larkin J W S Volker and Everett
Noutchblom
There was a largo gathering of
sympathizers among whom were
many of the employes of the Falstaff I
cafe who acted as pall bearers
The floral tributes were many and
of unique design two of them being
from the management and employes
of the cafe whore the deceased had
been employed silently telling of the
esteem that the young man was hold
in their midst I
Tho Interment was in the OgJen
City cemetery
OGDENIHS ARRIVE
AT LIVERPOOL
I
Tho following Utah and Idaho pas
sengers were aboard the White Star
liner Laurentlc which docked In Liv
erpool at 7 a m yesterday
William Holmes E L Sloan Jr
Collins T Cannon Hugh H Cannon
John W Vaughan Orfln Fisher Mr
nnd Mrs Ashby Snow Mrs Thomas
E Taylor and Miss Emma Taylor
of Salt Lake Thomas F Williams
II P Anderson Fred Sumrnerlll
Emil Thedill Ogdon Samuel 0
Spillman Peter H Jensen PocatPl
lo Idaho Charles I Stoddard Rich
mond Utah David Hlrschl Salem
Idaho and others from Utah and
I Idaho
SFOFtTS
AUSTARS lOSt
ANOTHeR GAMf
The All Stars belled their names
yesterday afternoon when they allow
ed tho Ogden Lobsters to take the
second of post season games by a
score of 5 to 1 The Gimllnites won
by superior hitting and fielding In
fact by putting up a hotter brand of
ball than the County league offered
Toner although not scheduled to bo
on the mound was called into service
and aided by Snooks a North Ogden
player permitted the All Stars hut
live hits and struck out ten men He
permitted absolutely no deadheading
and scattered the hits so that they
could notJe cajoled Into runs
Snooks the County league renegade
handled the upholstery without er
rors
Bock aided the local team very ma
terially In the scoring as he singled in
the first Inning at a propitious mo
ment and brought Glmlln home In the
sixth by making a three base drive
His triple was the longest hit of the
game and only the iron armed work
of the All Star field prevented him
coming homo
Morgan who was on the tiring line
for the stellar team is not a County
league twirler but was recruited for
the game from Wollsvlllc where he
lias been playing with an Independ
ent aggregation His work was clov
er in spots and he proved one of the
brightest ot the constellation Two
of the five hits taken from Toner were
credited to his stick
Following is the score by innings
R H B
All Stars 000 010 1001 C 1
Ogden 200 201 00x5 7 1
There is a possibility that the Fort
Douglas loam will be here next Sun
day for a game with the Lobsters as
an effort Is being made to arrange for I
such a match The Lobsters arc also
expecting to go to Salt Lake City
this week for a series of games with
tho Occidentals
BASEBALL llESULTSJ
NATIONAL LEAGUE °
Standing of Clubs
Won Lost PcL
Chicago 85 39 GSC
Plttsburg 7C 51 590
New York 72 53 570
Philadelphia CG 63 512
Cincinnati 64 C7 489
SL Louis 51 75 105
pionship of tho world Each contest
ant shall ride any hoime as often on
tho judges may deem necessary the
Judges to secure at least five riders I
at the end of the second day for the
finals on the laot day Any rider pull
Ing leather will bo disqualified Purse
100
Roping contest open to tho world
entrance foe of 10 to bo added to
I
tho purse steers to have sixty feet
start thon roped and hogtied If a
steer Is not roped within three min
utes the contestants will withdraw
upon signal from the judges The six
men making the best time In the pre
liminaries will be selected for the
finals on tho last days Purse 101
Wild horse race ono mile each
contestant to have one assistant to
have hackamore saddle and blindfold
ready at the wlro and ready to re
ceive horses when delivered by the
managemenL First horse under the
wire running the right way to ho
declared the winner Purse 100 I
Special Wild West features Includ
ing some of tho most daring feats I
known In cowboy life Tho manage
I
h L
Increasing Your
Power
When orders tax the apacity of your plant and it be
comes necessary to add a W more machines what do you
do
You build an addition or turn the orders d Wnof
course
But if you used electric power this is what youd do
youd look around and find an unoccupied corner here and
another there and these spaces would receive the new mach
ines for the wires that carry our current may be run any
where And thus spaces that would be useless under a system
of lino shafting become as valuable as any other space in the
factoryWhy
Why not figure on central station power and Electric
Motors now
I
UTAH LIGHT RY COe
D DEOKER Local Manager
ELECTRICITY FOR EVERYTHING If
u > t I 1Lrr = I 40J 7J
Brooklyn 51 50 402
Boston I 15 SO 343
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Regains Load
CHICAGO Sept 11 Chicago re
gained their lead of 10 12 games In
the National league raco today de
feating PIttsburg 5 to 2 before a rec
ord crowd Colo though hit for 12
safeties kept the drives scattered
Loose fielding Camnltzs wIldness
and timely hits won for the locals
Score R H E
Chicago 5 9 0
Plttshurg 212 4
BatteriesCole and Kling Cam
ails and Gibson
Cincinnati 8 Cincinnati 6
CINCINNATI Sept lISt Louis
won a seesaw game from Cincinnati
today S to C Gasper was batted hard
at all stages Goldens wildness coin
ing near losing for the visitors Score
R H E
St Louis S 15 1
Cincinnati 6 10 2
Batteries Golden Harmon and
Bresnahan Phelps Gaspar and Mc
Lean
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
Won Lost PcL
0 Philadelphia 89 10 GOO
Now York 75 51 581
Boston 74 55 574
Detroit 75 513 573
Washington 59 73 417
Cleveland 5S 72 Mfi
Chicago 51 7S 395
St Louis i 39 02 208
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland Wins Both Games
ST LOUIS Sept Il Clovolaml
took both games of a double header
from SU Louis 3 to 0 and 7 to 5
Score
First Game IL II E
SL Louis 0 1 1
Cleveland 3 7 3
Batteries Malloy and KUIfor
Mitchell and Land I
Second game R H E I
St Louis 5 7 C i
Cleveland 7 9 2
Batteries Lake and Stephens
Koester and Land
Detroit 2 Chicago 0
CHICAGO Sept 11A base on
balls to D Jones a scratch hit by Me I
I ment will pay ilOO to any man that
I will ride slick scratch and whip a
horse designated and will also pay
100 to any man who will produce a
Pacific coast horse that ono of their
experts cannot ride slick scratch and
whip
Nightshirt race on horseback ono
and one eighth miles got off and
light a cigar at first quarter get off
and change coat at half got off
and open grip and put on nightshirt
at threequarters moon and rldo to
I within twenty yards of the finish dis
mount and carry saddlo and grip un
der wire Purse 75
50 WILD SIOUX INDIANS
In Full War Paint Will Give the
War Dance All at Ogden
Fair Grounds
General admission 50 cent
Children under 14 25 cents
Children vlth parents under 6 free
Grand stand 25 cents extra
i
Int > do and an error and Crawford B
triple gave Detroit two In the Ilr t
Inning today and although tho visitors
could not score off Olmstcad there
after Detroit won 2 to 0 Score
R II E
Detroit 2 7 2
Chicago 0 2 1
Batteries Mullin and Schmidt
Olmstoad and Block
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Denver First game Denver 0
Sioux City L Second game Denver 3
Sioux City 2 called end sixth dark
ness
At OmahaOmaha 7 Topolta 0
first game Second game Omaha 7
Topeka 3
At SL JosephFirst game SL Jo
seph 2 Lincoln 0 Second game St
Joseph 0 Lincoln 5
At WichitaFirst game Wichita 5
Des Moines Second game Wichita
3 Des Moines 12
COAST LEAGUE
At Los Angeles Morning game
Los Angeles 1 San Francisco 0 Aft
ernoon game Los Angeles 2 San
Francisco F
At San Francisco Morning game
Oakland 5 Portland 3 Afternoon
game Oakland I Portland 3
At Sacramento Sacramento 3
Vernon 0
1
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At TacomaTacoma 1 Spokane 1
J
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Loulsvlllo First game Louis
vlllo 0 Toledo 8 Second game Louis
ville 10 Toledo 11
At Milwaukee First game MHwau
kee 8 Minneapolis J Second game
Milwaukee L Minneapolis C
At ColumbusFirst game Colum
bus 10 IndIanapolis 3 Second game i
Columbus 0 Indianapolis G
At Kansas City First game Kan
BOS City 0 SL Paul 2 12 innings
Second game Kansas City C St Paul
1 called In sixth darkness
Continued on Page Five
PARIS Sept 11 William M
Sloane Seth Low professor of his
tory at Columbia University New
York has ben decorated with tho
legion of honor Professor Sloane has
been prolific writer on French his
tory
I 1 i
j
The Utmo Care I
Is Exercised
f by the officers of the Commercial National Bank In I
the management of its affairs
This conservatism safeguards tho depositor as well
as the bank
Accounts subject to check are solicited
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