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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 14 1909
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I I Bat Nelson Proves lie I
I I I H I Is a Valuable Man
I By W W Naughton
I i San Francisco June 14 Battling
Nelson IB still In town He expected
I on last
I to go away to Los Angeles
i nights Owl but as lie explained too
much business delayed him In all
probability Nelson will depart by the
Coast Line today
Incidentally Nelson has managed to
Francisco
i Impress some of the San
promoters with the fact that worlds
champions come high It appears
I that Charley Lecarl out of a friendly
spirit to Matchmaker J C Desmond
and others In the north end club un
II I o dertook to swing Nelson Into line for
I I a match with Abe Attell this month
I After Lecarl had done all that was
i possible ho found that there were
two bars to bringing the men togeth
er In the first place Attell Is to sail
for England from New York and In
tho second placo Nelsons terms are
too expensive
You see I simply acted for the
North Ends out of friendship said
Lecarl We thought we had Altais
consent to the match but the latest
news Is that Able Is off for England
At that there would have been a hitch
because Nelson asks too much money
at least Desmond thought It too much
Hearing that Attell would not be
available Young Erne of Philadelphia
was suggested as an opponent for the
Dane Johnny Fraynes name was
also mentioned Nelson wanted less
money to box either of these men but
at tho same time his price was too big
for the North End boys They havent
given up hope of seeing a match In
which Nelson will be one of the prin
cipals We are trying to locate Young
Erne and If he Is heard from an of
fer will be made Nelson before he
takes the train for Los Angeles
SOME REASONS WHY
FAVORITES LOSE
Riding Orders Are Principal Cause
A Prominent Example
By C E Van Loan
Old Bird Bennett who used to
know something about race horses and
their handlers compiled a table show
Ing that there were exactly fortynine
reasons why tho best horse In the
race might not win
Bad riding orders was his first
reason Old Bird frequently remark
id that there were more ways of stop
ping a good horse than by snatching
the jaw bone out of him at the head
of the stretch
that
orders
hear the
Did you ever
Larry well never mind the last name
Seattle Larry
gave to his boy out In
ry had a good one In the third race
a horse which had not started at the
meeting He went Into the ring to bet
expecting to get 10 to 1 and maybe 15
but the horse was at fours and still
going down under strong play Lar
T7 rubbed his chin a few times and
strolled back to the paddock men
the saddling bell rang and tho little
boys came out of tho jockeys room to
ride Larry took his rider Into a cor
ner of the stall and Instructed him In
this manner
Now little bye mind ye this yere
goln a mile an a furlong an yere to
bo In no hurry This is no five furlong
dash understand that This horso is
no lightnln brealter ho likes to get
Glt off
away slow an not be hustled
wid him but dont rush him off his
feet Take a good strong hold o1 aim
and also him a little till ho Sits into
his sthrlde Hes no front runner
bye mind yo that Throw him In on
the rail an go soft an aisy round
the firret turn When you git him
in the back stretch take a good holt of
him agon an STICK TO THE RAIL
When yero turnln from the back
I stretch dont lose his head for a min
ute or he might run out on you Re
member that
Now little bye dont make anny
mistakes Remember yere on the
rail After you run about 100 yards
down the stretch take him way to
the outside where he cant be bump
ed or interfered with in anny way
an COME ON WID HIM Well bet
on him next Choosday Theyre all
betUn on him today
BASEBALL
STANDING OF LEAGUE CLUBS
National League
New York June 13Tho standing
of the National League of Baseball
clubs given out officially for the first
time this season by Acting President
John Heidler today was Incidentally a
weather report It was shown that In
addition to many postponed games
which have already been played off
there remains an accumulation of no
fewer than thirtyfour games which It
has not yet been possible to play on
account or rain or cold weather
The official standing of the National
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league up to and Including Saturday 1
June 12 is as folows
Club Won Lost PO
Pittsburg 33 12 733 S
Chicago 30 48 025 8
Cincinnati 26 22 512
New York 22 19 537 11
Philadelphia 10 23 15210
St Louis 19 28 4015
Broooklyn 17 27 386 9
Boston 13 30 302 10
Postponed
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
American League
J Including games of Juno 13
Club Won Lost PO I
Detroit II 29 16 C44
Philadelphia 25 18 581 I
New York 22 19 537
Boston 21 21 533
I Cleveland 21 22 488
I Chicago 19 22 463
Sit Louis II 17 26 395
Washington 14 27 341
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Sacramento 6 Portland 7
Portland Tune 13 Portland won
todays game from Sacramento and
thereby took all of the series save one
tied game Tho local team batted
Brown hard and especially In the sev
enth when they scored four runs and
won the game on three twobag hits
and a single Most of Sacramentos
runs were the result of Graneys wild
ness Score R II E
Sacramento 6 7 3
Portland 7 10 4
Brown and Byrnes Graham Gra
fey Harkness and Armbruster
OaklandSan Francisco
San Francisco June l3Score
Morning game R HE
San Francisco 4 6 4
Oakland 3 6 2
Corbett and Williams WIggs and C
Lewis
Afternoon game R H E
Oakland 7 13 2
San Francisco 5 3 4
Christian Nelson and La Longe
Henley Browning and Berry
Even Split With Vernon
Los Angeles June 13U was an
oven split between Vernon and Los
Angeles here today Vernon taking the
morning game by a score of 5 to 4
and Los Angeles the afternoon game
3 to 1 Home runs by Eagan and Mar
tin in the morning game were chiefly
ersponslblo for the Vernon victory
and the feature of the playing was the
number of stolen bases Score
Morning game R H E
Los Angeles 4 6 1
Vernon 5 7 1
Briswalter and Ross Wilets and
Pitts and Hogan
Afternoon game R H E
Los Angeles 3 6 3
Vernon 1 3 2
Nagle and Ross Orendorff Coy and
Hogan
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Game Forfeited
Aberdeen June 13Score
ScoreR
R HE
Spokano 4 13 2
Aberdeen 4 9 6
Jensln and Ostdiek Siever and
Kreitz
Game forfeited to Aberdeen 9 to 0
by ruling of umpire
Seattle 4 Vancouver 7
Seattle June 135core
R H E
Seattle 4 6 3
Vancouver 7 7 2
Miller Allen and Shea Erickson
and Sugden
Portland 4 Tacoma 5
Tacoma Juno 13Scoro
ScoreR
R H E
Portland 4 S 3
Tacoma 5 9 2
Chinault and Fournier Berger and
Baker and Kellackv
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Columbus 3 Kansas City 6
Toledo 4 Mlnnoapois 0
Louisville 2 Milwaukee 7
Indianapolis 4 St Paul 1
WESTERN LEAGUE
Des Moines June 13 Score
R H E
Des Moines 5 5 2
Lincoln 2 5 3
Lang and Shea McCafferty and Sul
livan
Game Postponed
Wichita June WichitaDenver
game postponed rain
Pueblo 8 Topeka 5 X
Topeka June 13Score
R H E
Pueblo 8 9 2
Topeka 5 5 3
Hatch Jehl Kaufman and Mc
Manus
Omaha 4 Sioux City 2
R H E
Omaha 4 G 1
Sioux City 2 3 3
Sanders and Cadman Alderman and
Townes
NATIONAL LEAGUE 1
St Louis 4 Philadelphia 10
St Louis July Philadelphia
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40 DAYS RACING
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MAY 22ND TO JULY 7TH INCLUSIVE AT UTAH STATE FAIR GROUNDS
Six High Class Races Daily Rain or Shine
J t 1 UTAH STATE BAND
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Treasurer W W FINN Genera Manager
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of the series today 10 to 4 St Louis
used four pitchers Score I
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SL Louis 4 12 2
Philadelphia II 10 155 0
Beebe More Rhodes Higgins and
Phelps McJuIllian Richie and Dooln I
Cincinnati 2 New York 1
Cincinnati Juno 13It was a battle
of lefthanders when the Cincinnati
and New York met In tho third game
of the series hero this afternoon
Score R H E
Cincinnati 2 9 0
Now York 1 8 0
Campbell and McLean Wiltso and
Myers I
Chicago 9 Boston 7
Chicago June 13 Boston gave a
poor exhibition of fielding today but
Chicago nearly lost tho game by going
to pieces In the ninth Score
R H E
Chicago 9 9 3
Boston 7 9 9
Browne and Moran Fergubon and
Smith
flIRLS 60
DOWN TO
DEFEAT
THEY PLAY A GAME FILLED WITH
RANK ERRORS
Battle Was Between Hutchinson and
GOddards BattcrScore
7to3 0
Tho widely advertised Bloomer
Girls tho greatest aggregation of fe
male athletes of the diamond In the
worldwent down to defeat at tho
Fair grounds yesterday afternoon be
fore the Goddard cigar store team ot
this city rho final score was 7 to 3
in favor of the local lads at the end
of the ninth The game was filled
with strictly firstclass flashes of bril
liant baseball with rank errors by
both teams and with several humor
ous Incidents which reminded the
spectator somewhat of the time when
ho used to play the game with his lit
tle sister
The Bloomer ladies team consisted
of six girls and three real baseball
playersmen all of them Their bat
tery Hutchinson and Edison was of
the professional brand and the way
the Ogden boys fanned at Hutchln
sons delivery surprised many of tho
Goddard admlrer who thought they
were infallible among such players
Baker the shortstop for the Bloomer
Girls proved a wonder at covering the
ground between second and third and
the short outfield He was evidently
considered the mainstay of the visit
Ing infield and was expected not only
to handle his own difficult position
but to cover tho keystone bag at all
times to keopa sharp eye on the
doings of the thlrdsacker and to play
the outfield as well
The girls themselves were the
smallest part of the team They con
nected often wfllT Nokolbys bonders
but could not drive the ball out of the
diamond and only secured a base on
an error or a pass As fielders they
were rank A fly ball to the outfield
llant baseball with rank errors by
tho anxious jQeldor but none was
caught in Tlie second inning
Miss Elsie Erickson the right fielder
for the visiting team was sent chas
ing after a high drive to the fence
She dashed wildly after the ball se
curing it after several Juggling mo
tions but could not return It to the
infield The distance was too far for
her but she was equal to tho occasion
and ran half the distance rolling the
ball the rest of the way back to the
diamond A horrid man in the bleach
ers suggested that she secure the ser
vices of a messenger but the advice
was ignored by the athlete
Another young lady secured first on
a high throw to that bag and contin
ued her journey when the ball passed
to the stand Her struggles along the
long base line excited much merri
ment among the fans one of thorn ad
vising her in a loud voice to hire an
automobile
In short the Bloomer Girls knew as
much about baseballprofessional
baseballas the average man knows
about crocheting a peekaboo shirt
waist which is less than nothing
The game revolved around the
pitching of Hutchinson and the gen
eral allaround work of the home
team The visitors pitcher fanned ten
of the local men and allowed but two
passes He had his men at his mercy
at all stages of the game and would
have shown a cleaner slate had his
teammate given him some sort of sup
port Nokolby was a trifle unsteady
allowing four + bases on balls but
lIe managed to fan many of the girlies
facing him
When the first Bloomor Girl stepped
to the plate to open the game she
was greeted with yells of Soak It old
kid and Go right to it Lizzie but
these cheering advices were of little
value The batsman hit a slow low
ono to the pitcher and was quickly
thrown out at first and tho next two
were disposed of as easily
The Goddards secured a tally in
their half of the flrst on a single
through second a stolen base and a
fumble of a long high fly to left field
The Bloomer Girls scored In the
fourth Baker was safe on Tolhursts
bad error in center field took second
on fielders choice third on Infield and
scored on Stones high throw to the
plate
The home team got two more in the
fifth Nokolby was safe on Bakers
muff of his fly to short right Ayers
safe on Miss Blacks misplay both
advanced on a single and scored to
gether on Stones drive to left Two
were still on the bags but the next
batsman fanned
The game from this on was simply
a battle between Hutchinson and the
Goddard batters The girls were not
counted in the points of tho game but
they were the thawing cards to tho
finish
The Goddards scored again for one
in the seventh and three In tho eighth
while the visitors secured two in the
ninth as a result of some misplays a
single and some clever base running
The lineups and score follow
Clara Orsen Stone
Second base
Florence Black Peterson
First base
Rayce Baker Fife
Shortstop
Happy Edison Wardleigh
Catcher
Ray Hutchinson Nokelby
Pitcher
r Emma Black Butterfield
Third base I
Elsie Erickson + Ayers
i Right field
Bessie Brown Tolhurst
Center field
Reddle Rothwell Lundahl
Left field
By Innings R HE
Bloomer Girls000 100 0023 3 5
Goddards 100 020 1307 8 2
Bases on balls off Nokolby 4 oft
Hutchinson 2 struck out by Hutchin
son 10 by Nokelby 4 Attendance
800 I
NOTICE
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Special Road Tax Election Harris
vllle Road District Weber
County Utah
NOTICE Is hereby given that In
pursuance of a Resolution adopted by
the Board of County Commissioners of
Weber Count Utah on June 1st
1909 n Special Election Is hereby call
ed In the HARRISVILLE ROAD DIS
TRICT of Webor County Utah on
Tuesday July 6 1909 at the Meeting
House in said district between the
hours of seven 7 oclock A M and
seven 7 oclock P M on said day
for tho purpose of submitting to the
qualified electors within said district
a proposition to authorize the Board
of County Commissioners of Weber
County Utah to levy for tho fiscal
year 190Da district road tax of five
G mills on all the taxable property
within said district to bo used ex
clusively for the construction and re
pair of roads and highways situate
therein
Only registered voters residing
within said district who shall have
paid said property tax therein In the
year preceding such election shall be
entitledto vote at such election
The following named persons have
been appointed by the said Board to
conduct said Special Election towit
M D Harris John Child and LevI
J Taylor
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Weber County
Utah t
OSCAR B MADSON
Chairman
SAMUEL G DYE
County Clerk
Dated Ogdon Utah June 7th 1909
First Publication June 7th 1909
Last Publication June 20th 1909
NOTICE
Special Road Tax Election Slatervlllc
Road District Weber County
Utah
Notice is hereby given that In pur
suance of a Resolution adopted by
the Board of County Commissioners of
Weber County Utah on June 1st
1909 a special election Is hereby call
ed in the SLATERVILLE ROAD DIS
TRICT of Webor County Utah on
Tuesday July 6th 1909 at the Meet
Ing House in said District between
the hours of seven 7 A M and sev
en 7 P M on said day for the pur
pose of submitting to the qualified
electors within said district a propo
sition to authorize the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners of Weber County
Utah to levy for the fiscal year 1909
a district road tax of five 5 mills on
all the taxable property within said
district to be used exclusively for the
construction and repair 91 roads and
highways situate therein
Only registered voters residing with
in said district who shall nave paid
said property tax therein in the year
preceding such election shall be en
titled to vote at such election
The following named persons have
been appointed by tne said Board to
conduct said special election towit
William Cowan S W Perry and
Moroni Wheeler
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Weber county Utah
OSCAR B MADSON ChaIrman
SAMUEL G DYE County Clerk
Dated Ogden Utah June 7th 1909
First publication June 7th 1909
Last publication June 29th 1909
NOTICE
Special Road Tax Election North
Ogden Road District Veoer
County Utah
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of a Resolution adopted by tho
Board of County Commissioners of
Weber county Utah on June 1st 1909
a Special Election is norcoy called
In the NORTH OGDEN ROAD DIS
TRICT of Weber County Utah on
Tuesday July 6th 1909 at the Meet
Ing House in said district between
the hours of seven 7 oclock A M
and seven 7 oclock P ivr on said
day for tho purpose of submitting to
tho qualified electors within said dis
trict a proposition to authorize tho
Board of County Commissioners of
Weber County Utah to levy for the
fiscal year 1909 a district road tax of
three 3 mills on all the taxanle prop
erty within said district to be used
exclusively for the construction and re
pair of roads and highways situate
therein
Only registered voters residing
within said district who shall hayc
paid said property tax therein in the
year preceding such election DC en
titled to oto at such election
The following named persons have
been appointed by the said Board to
conduct said Special Election towit
Edwin J Marshall Henry Barker
and Marlon Berrett
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Weber County Utah
OSCAR B MADSON Chairman
SAMUEL G DYE County Clerk
Dated Juno 7th 1909
First Publication June 7th 1909
Last publication June 29th 1909
SUMMON
In the District Court of Weber
County State of Utah
James C Thomas Plaintiff vs Lota
Pester Thomas Defendant
Tho State of Utan to the said De
fendant
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after ser
vice of this Summons upon you ir
served within the County in whlcn
this action is brought otherwise
within thirty days aftor service and
defend the above entitled action and
in case of your failure so to do Judg
ment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the com
plaint which within en days after
service of this Summons upon you
will be filed with the Clerk of said
court
Tails action Is brought to recover a
judgment dissolving the Bonds ot
Matrimony now and heretofore exist
ing between you and mo Plaintiff
herein
T R OCONNELLT
Plaintiffs Attorney
P O Address No 369 21th Street
Ogden Utah
First publication June 7 1909
Last publication July 12 1909
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