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HS 3 THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1913.
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I STANDARD SPORTING PAGE
BOUT IN THE AIR
V The much-talked of gloe contest
Hj between Joe Rivers, the Itealcaa
Hj lightweight, and Loach Cross of this
H( city seems to be In the air Mr-
H' Mahon brothers, promoters of the
wHB Empire Athletic club, recently signed ,
H Rivers and Cross to articles of agrec
ment calling (or a ten-round bout j
H. here next Tuesday night. Rivers
B came here recently from Los Angeles '
K frith a promise of a $4,000 guarantee,
J or 40 per cent of the receipts. Cross
B agreed to take 3." per cent for his
IV enn. Klers Is training at WOOdlawO
V Inn, and both be and Cross have post.
B- ed $l.o00 for weight, 133 pounds
4 ringside, and appearance As far as
ft can be learned, the Empire Athletic
l i club has no forfeit up
A i The state athlctle commission sent
1 word to the Mc.Mahons the other day
- J to appear at the weekly meetlns in
the commission's offices. The pro
moters will f asked to explain how
they intend to stage the match. In
view of the report that the Empire
Athletic club does not hold a genu
ine lease of Manhattan Casino and
also is without the necessary license
' According to good authority, the club,
has no $10,000 bond on file In the !
state comptrollers office as required 1
1 by the Prawley law.
j If the commission decdes that the
Empire Athletic club cannot hold the
Rlvers-Cro98 bout, the MeMahons wllj
not be able to transfer it to the Gar
mr den Athletic club, as there is no open
I date In the Madison Square arena
n until next month.
The promoters. however, may
transfer the bout to the Forty -fourth
All street sporting club, unless at the
B last moment they can show a bona
1 ' i' fide lease of the Casino in Harlem.
J Then they will hao 10 file the usual
bond and make formal application for
a new license
I BIG SHOOT TO BE
HELD IN SPOKANE
1 The big three-iiay Northwest chanv
pion8hlp shoot which for the past four
, j years haB been held In Walla Walla
J will be staged by the Spokane Rod
f and Gun club at the Moran Pralrlo
traps this year. According to T B.
Ware, this banner shooting event for
sportsmen in this aectlon of the
ILL country will in all probability become
I a Spokane fixture
The meet must he held some time
during the month of .Tune and the
lCth, 17th and lSth will probably he
rhe dates. This will leave Sunday.
.Tune 14 for a practice day.
Shooter from Utah, Oregon Mon
tana, Idaho, Brilish Columbia and
I Washington will attend, fully 200 be
ing expected to take part. Besides
the numerous medals and challenge
trophies which will bo put up in com
petition, the ehoot will Include thirty
15-blrd stents, 150 of which will be
shot each da
Pete O'Brien, the Walla Walla am
ateur champion, and Tred Dryden.
who made such fine records in the
Washington S'ate championship
shoot held here last spring, will come
Dryderj has become a professional
during the past year and will have
to compete against such cracks as
Lee Barklei 'Butch" Wood worth. C
B. Randlett. Guy Holohan, P J. Molo
han, the Portland veteran. Fred Ber
j ger of Seattle and a scoro of other
From Ogden. Utah, will come the
Brownings and Becker and Blgelow
will represent Salt lAko The bin
Montana ntles will all send delega
tions. Fully half a hundred Spokane
shooters will be entered Including E
I J Chingren, T. B Ware. A. K. Cop
son, F K McBroom, Ray Stansbury.
Hueh McElroy and many others
Definite arrangements will lw: made
at an early meeting.
WHAT FIGURES DID
THEY SETTLE FOR?
What figure will follow the dolLr
sipn written on the check Roger Bres
nahan Is to receive from tue Cardi
nals'1 Since the compromise it has been
reported that $11,500 was the price as
well as $20,000
From Mrs. Brltton comes the an
swer that $11,600 Is wrong, also $20.
000. "We have agreed to keep this part
of the afair a secret," declared Mrs.
Brltton "Mr. Bresnahan made the
request that It be kept quiet and away
from anybody I will not break my
I premie and he told us that he would
I not give it out.
"1 do not think the baseball public!
I cares what I paid, but I am mighty
happy that It Is all over I wish ail j
the success In the world to Mr. Bres
nahan. but he and 1 could not get
'along, and I was forced to make a
ROSE GETTING TOO
FAT FOR SPORTING
An exchange sayp "Because he Is
getting fat, very fat. Ralph Rose of
California, the giant shot-putter and!
'one of the world's famous athletes, J
has announced his retirement Wh-n
Rose attended the University of Mich
igan a few ears ago he gained the1
reputation of being one of the best
allround athletes in any American
i Mg -0 un fj smoothest
B KHjflflP Mm It you wan-f 4o know-
H WSr nsis IheiobaccoihaTpu
B f Longing in my pipe!
I If You Value Your Eyesight
I You win equip your 0i. I
Eft readirg table with a jt&yff LaiTiD
&f Anfhorrtiea agree that a good kerotne oil lamp is the beat for
Sw; readiug. The Rayo ia the beet ofl lamp made, the result of year
m scientific study. It gives a steady white light, dear, mellow.
33 MAb of solid brass, nickel plated. Can be lighted without rs-
gj moving chimney or shade. Easy to clean and rewick.
gjl At Dmalerm Everywhere
9 f CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY
? Oaaraua, Bolts, Sofa, gak UIm City.
B y i
college In the 1908 Olympic games
at J.cuidon ho captured th- Bbot-pal
easily. In the games at Stockholm
Inst summer he made a fine nhovimT.
Row is the holder of a number of
irorld records. H- Is fl feet ." Inches
in height and weighs around 360
pounds. Four years ago he weighed
120 pounds less.'
SAM HILDRETH IS
UNDER FRENCH BAN
Sam Rlldreth, th celebrated Amer.
lean trainer, who of late has been
campaigning on the French authori
ties, who are waging a strenuous war
on trn practice of doping thorough
I breds for a race.
I Hlldreth's Camyre won the Prix Do
Mont Wane at Saint Quen and Its,
saliva was collocted in a sterilized
receptacle Immediately after the rare
1 by Professor Kaufman, who Is Skilful
In detecting the doping of horses bj
testing their saliva after a no Un
reports that certain foreiKii alkaloldx
were found In the saliva denotln
that some Improper drun had been ad
ministered to the animal Just prior 10
the race On this finding Camyre
has been disqualified and the horse
which ran second has been awarded J
FIGHT ON BIRTHDAY
Denver. Jan 12. Luther McCartv
who begin? his season of theatrical
performances with an exhibition at
the Auditorium here tomorrow night,
announced here tonight that h will
fllit March 17 at Columbus. Ohio.
He says he will take on any man
th promoters sugpent. hut he insists
that the nffalr take place on that
date, first. Itecause It Is his birthday,
and second because It s St. Patrick's
McCartv says he mav be one of'
the principals in a bout February 22,
but that this Is not yet certain.
COACH TO RETIRE
Philadelphia, Jan. 12 Ellis A.
Ward, the eteran rowing coach of
the University ol Pennsylvania will
not be retained by the rowing com
mittee after next August when his
contract expires This announcement
will published in the "Pennsylvan
lan" the under graduate paper tomor
row. Nine applications have been made
by coache3 in this country and Eur
ope who desire the position.
"MUTT AND JEFF."
Whatever one may say or think
about the merits of 'Mutt and Jeff"
us a theatrical affair th, li,i r t rs
created by Bud Uisher In bis cnrloona
are known to everyone NatunUly tho
play has a large field to draw from
and attracts throngs mobt anywhere.
It was almost. If not quite, a capacity
house which greeted (;un Hill's pro
duction In three a ts at the Orpbeum
last night, and everyone there seemed
to enjoy themselves Immensely
The "tall and the short' boys look
ed as though they had Just 3tepped
out of their pictures and proceed- d to
mix up in everything that was going
on throughout the performance, thlB
everything including horse race, n
near-mutiny on board ship and doing a
little ' revolutlng" In a mythical South
American country, whore there were
more generals and presidents than
there were privates in the ranks
: There is a plot which answers the
purpose of supplying the reason for
It all, and It emerges from Its obscur
ity every once In a while to keep
things moving There is plenty of mu
sic. too, and even more comedy Of
course Mutt he with the extenuated
proboscis, and Sawed-Off Jeff are Ibe j
center of attraction and they are in
evidence on tho stage most of the
time throughout the evening
The company is an altogether new
oce from that seen hero last year and
the show in every respect showed im
provement Ed West Is Mutt and Jer
ry Sullivan is Jeff, and the latter es
pecially Is all one could ask In the
role In physical characteristics he
Is about the size and shape of a good
sized apple dumpling and does some
surprising stunts the grotesque pos
tures Into which he throws his body
being almost uncanny and his antics
would extract a grin from a stone im
age There Is a dainty little person, by
name Hazel Tupper, who. as J sale
May, is the most captivating girl in
the cast. She is prett, vivacious and
charming to the lflBt degree and In
Jects a lot of lif Into the show which
would bo lacking In most Impersona
tions of tho small part she portrays
" oho Isn't heard from In a bigger
role, in the near future we miss our
gueBs. Her "Tale of the Mermaid"
was one of the cholc? "bits" of the
Another most pleasing m us leal
number was "Give Me Just a Llub
gmllo," sung by Jack W'ovler (Goorge
The rest of the company wus n
tlrely satisfactory to the audience In
attendance last night, and while there
are no remarkable singing ralcsa
amongst tho members of the company
most of them are pleasing enough to
those who wore there
The Republican members of botlji
branches of the state legislature met
Saturday night at the city and county
building In Salt Lake and selected the I
officers of Lbs two houses.
For the third time Senator Henry
Gardner of I'tah county was chosen I
president of the 6enate. He was se
lected without opposition William J
Seely of Emery county was chosen
speaker of the house, winning hand
ily over John N. Henrle of Qarfleld
county J Edwards succeeds him
self a3 secretary of the senat..- and
W If. Thompson is re-elected Chief
clerk of the house Nearly a score
of other offices were selected for each
The senate this ear consists of 11
republicans and two Democrats, and
the lower house of 81 Republicans
and 14 Democrats.
Officers of the Senate.
President Henry Gardner, Utah
Secretary J A Edwards. Salt Lake
Minute Clerk Charles G. Y Hig
igins, Washington county
Docket Clerk G F Summers. Salt
I Lake county.
Sergeant at-Arms Fred Bryan. Too
Assistant Sergeant at-Arms George
1 Searle. TTintah county.
Engrossing Clerk Andrew Funk.
! Box Elder county
Chaplain Thomas C. Calllster, Mil
I Mailing Clerk Mrs Alice Collins.
I Weber county
Stenographer -Position to be filled'
by Senator L. B Wright.
Committee Clerks- Ann Owendplyn
i Willlums. Salt Lake, William Lan
enbacker, Salt Lake: Bertha Jonei
Weber. Mrs- Elsie Barrett, ("tab coun-
Messengers- -F e Brown, Wayn
county; J B Porter. Morgan couuty
Doorkeepers Captain Thomas
Smith, Salt Lake; Loo McAllister
Watchmen- I'eter Lochrie. Salt
Lake. Willnrd Arnold. Salt Lake.
Janitor P C Howell, Salt like
Speaker W. f Seely. Bmerj
C In-f Clerk- W illiam M Thompson
Minute Clerk I E. Dlehl. Juab.
Engrossing Clerk T li Hla- kburn,
Chaplain Dnvil foolbcar, Morgan
Sergcant-at-Arms-T. K Browning,
Assistant Sergeant at-Arms .Tames
S. Jensen, Sevier.
Docket Clerk - Eugene W ool lev
Watchman 8. P. Snow. Emery
Messengers Mel. 'in Swapp Kane.
Ad Ross. Uintah
Doorkeepers N'eohi Robertson,
Sanpete;. N. L Sheffield, Wayne.
Mailing Clerk Silas I Ward. Iron.
Committee Clerks BesBie Larkln.
Davis; Mrs Sarah '! Skelton, Salt
Iake. Mrs Delia H.nes Barrell, Salt
Lake; F. E. Schefskl. Salt Lake
Janitor W. D Powell. Salt Lake
I ALSBERG NAMES A
1 NEW MAN ONBOARD
Washington Jan 12 Dr. Carl L.
Alsberg chief of the chemistry depart,
ment announced today the appoint
ment of Dr Wlllard D Blgelow as a
member of the board of food and
drug inspection which passes on all
cases of alleged violation of the pun
Dr. Rlgelow, who flUf 'he vacancv.
caused by the voluntary retirement of
Dr R. R Doollttlo, has been with the
bureau of chemistry for twenty years
and had served as assistant chief
The other members of the board
are Dr. Alsberg, ehalrmnn, and A. G
Mitchell. H was because of friction
with fellow members of the board
that Dr Harvey W Wllev former
chief of the bureau of chemistry re
tired, after declaring that his efforts
to enforce the pure food bw were
nullified by ihe action of his col
leagues in the department of agriculture
Children are always ' large for t heir J
a8e," except on street cars and trains
OGDEN LETTERS GO
BACK TO SENDERS
One Hundred Sent Back by the Postoffice Every Day and Forty Go.
to the Dead Letter Ollice Statistics of Missent Messages
Made the Basis of an Eloquent Sermon.
Mrs Margaret Tout Browning sang
with wonderful voice last night in
First Presbyterian church. Among
her numbers was The Holy City."
and It was rendered most effectively.
No sacred solo rendered in Ogden has
called forth such unstinted praise as
did .Mrs Browning 's rendition of the
"Holy city" last night.
Rev Carver said In part
'The Ogden iostoific has present
ed much Incentive to thought as from
time to time I have wat hed the woik
nt the general dellverv window j
About 690,0Q0 pieces of mail are han
dled each month In the office. Al
most all of these reach their destina
tion. But every day 400 letters come
too late and must be iorwarded Ev-
ery day inn letters must be sent back
to the writers, because thev fall to
be called for. Every day. fortv aro
returned to the dead letter office,
for they cannot be delivered. This
ot course. Is the general average To
nee them taking these letters out to
be returned and to think how among
them are messages of love and
strength, news of importance and
items of good and bad in the old
I home that will never be told, words of
friendship which will neer be spok
en speaks to me of the number of
I lives that like these letters never
(peak the message which God. their
aulhor. Intended them to speak. Last l
'm.- the h.'ome of our postuffji , was
jf 1.095.922.42 a great expense worth-I
ily expended to convey messages be
jtween men and women, and most of
these reached the intended end Some
lives nevor are completed. They end
I with no lire message in deed or
thought adequately expressed. Some;
I lives live few ears and are een
,then completed lives. Some live over
ithreo score and ten and even then'
'ar0 not a completed life. Wo all!
have a message and a work in our
day place and among those whom
we know and live. Some like the re
turned letters are too tardy, too slow
or too self centeroj to givo It. And
oh. the heart aches one returned let
ter or unfinished life can cause.
"The life of Moses is an example
of a finished life, but an unfinished :
work Moses desired ery enrnestly
to see the Hebrew people sa.frlv
lodged in their future home. That,
however, was denies him nnd fhniirrl,
he saw the promised land irom the
mountain peak and knew of its rich
! uess and beauty he had to relinquish
the work of entering and conquering
ill unto others. Be died with his life
work unfinished The reason is lu
deed plain. Ills life work was plan
ned upon so great a scale and with
so much of gro:f vision that even one
half of It was a un it achievement.
He failed In his life work, if doing
bo very much of a vast purpose can
be called failure, because he desired
to do more than any one man has
ever dreamed ot doing before He did
not however fail In life. Hlfl lit- was
a finished add complete one even If
bis life work was left half done, j
When we consider bow be had mas
tered self and from an Impetuous
1 wiltul life because a very humble
j trusting follower ol God enduring all
that malice and opposition could
I bring against him. he wan and Is
peerlcBs and pre-eminent among tho
Bons of men, well did Augustine say
of him. 'This Moses, humble In re
fusing so great a service; resigned
In undertaking, faithful in dlscharg- J
Ing. unwearied in fulfilling It; vigil
ant In governing his people, resolute 1
In correcting them ardent In loving1
them and patient in learing with
them; the intercessor for them with I
the God whom they provoked, this I
Moses such nnd so great a man we
love, and admire, and so far as may
be Imitate.' Thnt is thc verdict of the '
Church Universal. Moses is Indeed an
I example of a finished life but of an
junfnlshed life work.
"We hear much about the Panama
canul and wo will hear more as years
go by There will ever he one name
associated with it and that uame will
be Ferdinand de lesseps. the man
who first made the feasibility of It
known Vlcomte de Lesseps s an ex
am de of a lire trying to do more than
'ono lift- can do Would to God there
were more such men! He won the
cross of Legion of Honor for the
jway he saed life In Alexandria when
one-third of the population died of
Jthe cholera He was then vice con
jSitl for Franee In ls)2 he was con-
sul at Rarvelona during the bombard
ment, and again by bravery was dec
orated by three nations He planned
and promoted the Corinth canal In
Greece. He originated thc idea of
and built the Suez; canal. He tolled !
long to complete the Panama canal,
but the opposition was too great and I
he failed. But think what he did do
in his long and acthe life.
"Solomon is an example of a man
completing his life work arid failing
in his life. He did do wondrous '
things He built In stone, cedar. I
brass, gold and Ivorv. the world's
greatest buildings He bullded cities
and developed in riches and glory a
kingdom He left masterpieces of 1
literature. And yet his own life
character was not only to Himself,'
but to others a disappointment. 'Van. 1
Ifv of vanities all ! vanltv- hi hm
he write that" It was because he had
lived for the vanities and had found
'them to 1-e only bubbles, He had not
j made the eternal verities of the soul
I the great power and purpose of life
and to himself and others his life was
a deficient one In many ways.
"Dickens left The Mystery of Ed
' win Drood' unfinished, but not his
own life. Dr. lllack well says. Early
or late, life is apprehended If a man
has learned to love God and to obey
him. if he has submitted his will to
the will of God. if he has linked his
life to the eternal love of Christ,
then, though his work is undone, his
life is There can Ive nothing untime
ly when hie times are in God's hands
That life Is finished which Jciiows
really knows the love of God, but life
out of God. w hat it It at the best, at
the last, but incomplete, unfinished, If
oeii at every point to the doom of 1 .
and death like stubble that I
Lh sodden earth well may M
completed, finished life, fl
.1 1 'mi' f-d v. ork if w u
must heed choose between the two '
Makes a Statement 1
We always advise people who have 3J
J stomach or bowel trouble to see a fl
' doctor. Hut to those v bo do not wish
to do this we will say. Try the mix-
ture of simple buckthorn bark, glyce-
rlne. etc . known as Adler-l-ka. This
simple ucw remedv 3 so powerful that
Jl'ST ONE DOSE usually relieves V,
sour stomach, gae on the stnmach and I
I conftlpatlon quickly People who try
Adler-l-ka are surprised at Its QUICK E
action A R. Mclntyro. Drug;ist. 2421 K
! Washington ave. ( Advertisement.)
- . rtrt i
Leg lo rltliU Mr.. O. n. P. B-lraot.
Waahincton society womt-n have
'hhrrn, za .u,c ras-v which buS
characterized their attitude toward
the Mirrrage movement over alnce Its
begtonlllC, and ar UldOinp for places
n the eranci utTruo parade which
h,fur Jlf" " Wu8l,lnt"n the dav
"'J' " Imi'.Kurutlon. Among
In lniV".,Playt(i a Prominent
VtrtlDK "ocl women
to the camus are Mrs Marvev w
J711oy and Mra. ln&JBff wltej
ot Uio ir-r.s6uoiio from Calliornta.
Mrs O. li. P. Belmont will also de-frCL-nd
soon upu-i tho capital with a
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IN BOOK FORM
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1913 Is a raal compendium of useful :H
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cry da In home, office, and even in
the school, bearing on political, hie- S
uri . scientific. legal, commercial.
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answer is there. What is the Hay
PaunceforU Treaty? What were the Lfj
benefactions in Hi 12 What have mm
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la the population of Detroit. Mich ? B
What are the pi-nalties for crime in m
the various states? Who are the
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What are the Trusts In thc I'nited BE
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"Do you believe in divorce"" i
Then roii are in favor of abolish- i1
0 no. 1 don t believe in wel ! Ejjj
' at;:.-r. !,;.; jt seems to be neces- H
sary sometin.es " V
EX -CONGRESSMAN HUNTER DEAD
Paris. TU. Tan 12 -Andrew J.
Hunter, former eoneresgman from 'li
Illinois died toda. aged SI venrs
j large asuortment of auffragc area- wl iu"
m uts hlcb will be need frtdy
I Mlas Rosalie J mes, w ho recently ui
Itracted wide attention by leadinK a
uffrago 'army" on foot from Now
York city to Albany, will be promin
ent In the u:TryKi parade In Wash