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i THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JULY 12 1909
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I I SClmELS WILLING
I I I TO lEEr I NELSON
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1 Former Ogden Fighter Is Now
Filled With High
I Ambition
r
Choyenno Wyo July 12There is
lulU of matching Muggsy Schools
t I with Battling Nelson for fortyfive
rounds the fight to be pulled off here
I dining Frontier day Schools is will
lnr to tackle a buz saw nnd would
Jump ata chance to meet Nelson
The latter while visiting In Cheyenne
i a few days ago said that he would
be glad to take on Schools in caso ho
J
p said
I whipped Kid Dalton Nelson
Dalton was one of the hardest nuts
in the country to crack and If Schools
I could turn the trick he would do some
thing that none of the other lightweights
I
I I weights have ever succeeded In do
I Ing In Nelsons opinion a boy that
i could defeat Dalton Is good enough
I for anyone in tho lightweight divis
ion
Schools close friends hesitate about
sending the lad against so seasoned a
boxer as Nelson until he has acquir
ed more experience and in all prob
ability their advice will prevail In
the meantime Schools will meet all
comers In any part of the country who
I will fight at his weight His next I
fight will take place at Albuquerque on
July 21 when he will box ten rounds
THIRTY AUOMOBBILES
READY FOR START
Detroit July 11 Thirty automobiles
ranging from little runabouts to great
touring cars arc parked tonight in
I Cadillac square awaiting the signal
which will start tlftm at oneminute
j Intervals beginning tomorrow at 10 I
i oclock on the sixth annual reliability
f run of the American Automobile asso
ciation popularly known as the Gild
den tour Each repair that has to bo I
made to any machine during the 2G3G I
miles run to Kansas City by way of
Chicago Minneapolis and Denver will
result in a penalization of the ma
chines score
Thirteen touring cars are entered
for the Glidden trophy For the Hower
trophy for touring runabouts there are
fourteen entries
Three machines will contest for the
Detroit trophy for mlnlajLuro tonneau
and doublerumble cars
The contest Is 1000 miles longer
than any of Its predecessors Only
three of the fifteen days run calls for
less than 150 miles and the last day
of the tour demands that the ma
chines cover 212S miles from Salina
Kans to Kansas City
Kalamazoo iMSch 1423 miles out
Is the objective point on the first day
The second day will bring tfaem into
Chicago 1733 miles further west
Leaving Chicago July 14 the tourists
will spend the night al Madison Wis
Front Madison to La Crosse Wis
Ioi74 miles Ts the run for July 15 On
July 1C the machines will travel 1778
miles to Minneapolis Two days will
be spent there July 19 Minneapolis
to Mankato Minn 132 miles July 20
to Fort Dodge la 136G miles July 21
to Council Bluffs 181 miles July 22
to Kearney Neb 2002 miles July 23
to Julesburg Colo 20G2 miles julv
21 to Denver 20IS miles
The tourists will spend July 25 and
2G hi Denver On the twentyseventh
they will leave Denver for HagoT Colo
Tho last three days aro as follows
Hugo to Oakley Kans 1G5 miles July
29 to Salina Kans 1997 miles and
July 30 to Kansas City Mo 212S
miles
PUGILISTIC FIELD
UNDERGOING CHANGES
New York July 1An effort will
be made this week to clinch the
match between Jack Johnson heavy
weight champion and Al Kaufman of
California set for either September
or October and to determine the place
of meeting Johnson signed articles
early in June but pressure has been
brought to bear upon him to cancel
the match on the ground that it would
Interfere with his flight with Ketchel
The pugilistic atmosphere is under
going constant changes with respect
to the plans for the undoing of Jack I
Johnson Until his recent fight with I
p Billy Pap Ice there was a strong hope I
among fight fans that Stanley Ketcuol
might overcome the negro but that
i hope Is now glimmering as Ketchel I
made but little Impression on Papke
Friends of Jim Jeffries say today
notwithstanding the anonunce
mpnt of the former champion prelimi
nary to his theatrical engagement that I
t he would fight Johnson the onetlmo
boilermaker will never reonter the
ring It is stated by those close to
Jeffries that his condition would not
allow him to go over a few rust
rounds
I
SAMUELSON MAKES
GREAT UNPACED RIDE
Salt Lake July Sw E Samuel
son who broke the worlds uupaccd
threemile record at the Salt Palace
last Friday night made one of the
prettiest unpacod rides ever witnessed
on a race track IIe unwound his first
lap in 13 25 seconds dropped to 15
hq IJ k I III
I I ORDER
HERR CKS
ICE CREAM
Delicious to Everybodys
Mouth
Both Phones I
I Delivered Everywhere
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i BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
322 26th St
Meals same prlco as Broom Res
taurant Speclil Dinner 25c
Lunch from 11 to 1 p m s
Dinner from 4 to 8 p m
LEE FOON TOM Managers
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seconds for the second lap and came
back with 14 seconds for tho third lap
He finished the mile In the fast time
of 15913 at the end of which he
was riding strong Tho two miles ho
covered in tho remarkably fast time
r of 405 15 He entered upon the third 1
mile riding easy At the end of four
laps ho shouted to tho officials that
he had a puncture and wanted to quit
but Manager Heagren motioned for
him to keep on It was a slow leak In
I the tire and he lost much time With
one lap to go he was nearly riding on
the rim and as he shot over tho tape
at the finish he commenced to skid
along the track and was saved from
a bad spill by his trainer who caught
him at the first turn Notwithstand
ing the accident Samuelson finished
the three miles In G18 which lowered
tho record of G32 45 held by F J
Titus made at Woodside Park July
2 1898
Samuelson Is riding strong unpaced
and will endeavor to clean up the en
I tire slate of unpaced records It is
t within his power to lower every rec
ord with the possible exception ot
the mile which he holds at 15325
I and which has stood tho test since
1901
PAPKE HAS HIMSELF
TO BLAME FOR DEFEAT
His Style of Fighting Enabled Ketchel
to Win From Him
By H M Walker
San Francisco July 12The bub
ble has burst Fight fans no longer
tremblo at the mention of the assas
sins name The bone crusher has
himself been crushed Stanley Kot
chel middleweight champion of the
world now stands In the light of a
game but very ordinary boxer so far
as real power of execution is concern
ed
San Francisco Is In the argumenta
tive throes of the middleweight bat
tles aftermath All sorts of opinions
were expressed and many different
theories advanced concerning the un
satisfactory ending ot Mondays en
gagement
One fact Is readily admitted on all
sides and that Is Ketchol won on his
gameness alone Without the strength
or tho ability to Inflict any real dam
age the champion kept up a stout
hearted appearance of aggressiveness
until the very end and this is what
scut his number up when the battle
was finished
The question being asked all over
the city Is What was tho matter
with with Papke in the twentieth
round When the bell sounded for
this final session the honors of the
day were so evenly balanced that had
Papke with his greater strength ex
tended himself he should have been
returned an easy winner as Ketchel
was so weak that a hard shove must
have sent him on his feet
All during the latter part of the
fight Papkcs strength and better con
dition wore in evidence Many ring
side spectators voiced tlc opinion
that the Kewaneo knight was waiting
for the twentieth round when he
would win with a rush
It will be many a long day before
Billy Papke will be able to explain
away his actions during tbat last
three minutes of battle Some of the
more unkind but plain spoken critics
make a straightforward charge that
Papke Is not game
Ketchel was taken to tho Sultan
baths where he spent the night tin
der a physicians care while Papko
hurried back to his quarters at the
Seal Rock hotel no more distressed
than If he had been working so many
rounds with his sparring partners
Let him yell robbery as loud as
ho may Billy Paplce has only himself
to blame that he Is not wearing the
championship crown again lie had
the trump card dealt to him in the
twentieth round and he deliberately
shoved the pasteboard back In the
deck again
NEEL BEATS GARNETT
FOR TENNIS TITLE
Salt Lake City July HTwo state
championships were decided at tho
Country club Saturday afternoon Sam
Neel defeated Ned Garnett In straight
I sots and Miss Kate Williams retains
her tltlo by beating Miss Lewis in
straight sets
A largo crowd had gathered to wit
ness the games and when Neel and
Garnett appeared for the match they
were given a great ovation Neel
played a careful game His servos I
were hard to return and it was a case
where an old court general outplayed I
his younger opponent Neel won the
first set G3 At times Garnett showed
a flash of form which made the set I
result uncertain Noel had less traublo
In winning the second sel taking it
by the score of G2 In the last and I
deciding sot Garnett showed better
but coqld not hold the pace set by Neel
and lost G3
Miss Kale Williams found a worthy
opponent In Miss Lewis especially ly
In the first set which was a nipand
tuck affair Miss Williams won G4
It was a hard set and at the end Miss
Lewis showed signs of weakening and
lost tho second and deciding set fi1
Tho victor makes Miss Williams tho
Utah champion for another year
INDEPENDENTS BEAT
OCCIDENTAL TEAM
I Salt Lake July 12CoStly errors
by Langford Robinson and Tonnant
I of the Occidentals gave tho Independ
ents an easy victory Saturday after
1 noon in a match ball game at tho
Walker field To make the game
more exciting Umpire Randall re
I fused to call strikes whenever the
I pitchers cut the corners of the plate
his Idea being that they had to split
It This was a little rough on the
pitchers but they managed to go
through the game Ludlow was
touched up for twelve hits Including
three triples and a single and was
batted out of the box in the last In
king and Castro was substituted he
retiring the side without a hit for
the remainder of the game Langford
played a reckless game by throwing
t tho ball with all his might to lust Qr
j second base when ho was closo up
I making throws too fast for the base
men lo handle
Owing to the league games the
boys failed to keep up tholr regular
practlco and the game showed It
Cutting out the errors the Occident
i ala would have won the game by a
score of G to 2
r CLIFfORD CLAIMS
1 liE WAS ROBBED
Has Proof That Nelson Hired a
Referee to Decide in
Bats Favor
Jack Clifford who recently met Bat
tling Nelson in Oklahoma City writes
to Joe Kane of Mcadervllle says tho
Butte InterMountain declaring that
ho was robbed and asking Kane to
get him a match in Butte saying he
Is willing to fight winner take all
with Nelson or any lightweight His
letter follows
Well Joe this is one time In my
life that I was surely robbed by Dave
Porteus of a knockout over Champion
Nelson I actually beat this oaken
headed stiff all over the ring and when
he pushed me down In the fifth round
I was just taking a little rest and Por
teus who was hired by Nelson and
realized that the champion could not
go much farther stopped the fight and
gave Nelson the decision I Jumped
up and tried to make him let us fight
but he climbed through the ropes left
the house and even the town without
saying a word to anyone
Want to Fight Again
Well Im going to try and get an
other fight with him In a short time T
am now In with a fellow who will bet
2000 that I can beat him Nelson
outweighed me nine pounds He was
surely big He dont want to make
weight any more for anybody He
wanted to fight the winner of the Hy
landCross bout at catchwelghts for
Nelson and 133 pounds for the other
fellow Hyland won by the way but
is so slow he cant uhlrack himself
I hired his sparring partner to work
with mo at Crolls for my fight with
Picato which was to take place at
Oakland on June 9 and everybody I
said that I had Hyland cheated a mile i
and I know myself that I can stop
him In six rounds Well Joe this
kind of luck must slop sometime
May Come Here
I see Montana Jack Sullivan lost
a decision to Caponi In Butte How
is the game in Butte now I would
like to got a match there and would
like to have you help me got on I
know if I were In Butte I could do
something for myself but perhaps you
can arrange things just the same I
will light anybody at 133 or 135 pounds
atG oclock the winner to take the
entire purse and I will bet 500 on
the side Well Joe let me hear from
you at your earliest convenience and
remember that I have proof teat Nel
son hired the referee and paid his
expenses and gave him 200 to do his I
work for him
I BASEBALL I
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Wail Lost P C
Plttsburg 52 10 732
Chicago 13 2G 623
New York 40 37 597
Cincinnati 39 33 GI2
Philadelphia il 38 119
St Louis 27 10 103
Brooklyn 25 IB 352
Boston 21 111 300
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Von Lost p C
Dolroit 47 2S 627
Philadelphia 46 27 G25
Boston UJ 112 573
Cleveland 40 32 573
New York 32 19 151
Chicago JO 11 423
St Louis 30 W 111
Washington 3 48 321
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
San Francisco Takes Doubleheader
San Francisco July ItSan Fran
cisco shut out Oakland today by tak
ing both games the morning by score
of 7 to 5 and tho afternoon 5 to 2
Oaklands defeat In the morning was
due to the wildness of Dolce who al
lowed the locals five runs and seven
hits In the eight Innings ho pitched
In the afternoon event San Francisco
played an errorless game and Easterly
hold tho visitors down to three scat
tered hits Scores
Morning game R H E
San Francisco 7 S 1
Oakland 5 10 1
Hcncly Browning and Williams
Bocce Nelson and Lalonge
Afternoon game R II E
San Francisco 5 7 0
Oakland 2 3 1
Easterly and Berry Wiggs and
Lewis
i
Vernon Defeated by Portland
Los Angeles July 11Asldo from
the fact that Portland won both games
with ease the only other features of
todays doubleheader were Johnsons
homo run In the first game shoving in
two runs ahead of him and Bernards
batting Scores
Morning game R u E
Vernon 1 G 2
Portland G 11 0
Raleigh and Hogan Harkncss and
Armbmstcr
Afternoon game R H E
Vernon 2 G 1
Portland 5 S 1
Schaefer and Klnkel Carson Gra
ncy and Fisher
Los Angeles 6 Sacramento 0
Sacramento July l1The Los An
geles team made history today by bat
ting Baum out of the box tho first
time Sacramento fans can remember I
In the seventh Los Angeles scored five
runs on six hits Score
R H E
Los Angeles C 12 0
Sacramento 0 12 2
Nagle and Orendorff Baum Brown
and ByrncB Graham
WESTERN LEAGUE
Home Team Took Both Games
Omaha July llIhe home team I
look both games of n doublehcador
from the crippled Wichita team today 1
Scores
First game R H E
Omaha 0 10 1
Wichita 3 7 4
Lower and Gondlng Clark and Pen
nell
Second game R II E
Omaha 19 17 a
Wichita 3 G 8
Kcelcy and Caduian Plympton and
Roberts
Lincoln 9 Pueblo 0
St Joseph July 11 ScoruR
R II E
Lincoln 9 11 1
Pueblo o 0 5 t
Naglo and Sullivan Smith and
Milze
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Vancouver 2 Aberdeen 6
Seattle July lIScore
R H E
Vancouver 2 S 2
Aberdeen C 10 2
Englc and Sullivan Poole and
Obrien
Seattle 6 Portland 0
Portland July llScore
11ScoreR
R H E
Seattle G 7 0
Portland 0 3 G
Anderson and Shea PInnnrico and
Fournier
Spokane Wins Both Games
Spokane July nScore
First game R H E
Tacoma 5 7 1
Spokane 7 12 4
Baker and Pierce Holm and Ost
dick
dickSecond
Second game R H E
Tacoma 3 6 0
Spokane 4 S 3
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Hcnsling and Pierce Wright and
Spencer
Sioux City 9 Denver 5
Sioux City July 11 Score
I R H E
Sioux City 9 12 3
Denver 5 8 1
Chabek Freeman and Towne Bo
bannon Adams and Thompson
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 4 Boston 0
Chicago July 11 Chicago defeated
Boston today 4 to 0 ScoreR
R H E
Chicago 4 8 0
Boston 0 3 0
Burns and Owens Steele Burchell
and Donohuc
Detroit 1 Philadelphia 7
Detroit July 11 Krause today pitched
his tenth successive victory missing
a shutout through an error In the sec
ond Inning Score R II E
Detroit 1 4 3
Philadelphia 7 14 3
Mullin Killian and Stanage Beck
endorff Krause and Thomas
St Louis 8 New York 2
St Louis July nSt Louis and
New York played two games today
Scores
First game R H E
St Louis 8 10 0
New York 2 S 1
Pelty Powell and Crlger Stephens
Brockett Quinn and Kloluow Blair
Second game R H E
St Louis 1 4 1
New York 0 5 2
DIneen and Stephens Hughes and
Sweeney
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Minneapolis Minneapolis 3
Milwaukee 7
At Indianapolis Indianapolis 0 To
ledo 3
At Ixmlsvlllc Louisville 9 Colum
bus 4 I
At Sl Paul = First game St Paul
2 Kansas City 0 k Second game St
Paul 3 Kansas City 0 Called end
seventh darkness
WESTERN LEAGUE
I
Des Moines 2 Topeka 1
Des Moines July 11 Score
R 11E
Des Molncs 2 10 3
Topeka 1 3 2
Blersdorfcr and Kcrncr Wright and
Korns >
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WON 4000 STAKE
Paris July UAt tho Aulouil
course today Thomas Hitchcocks
Bayonet won tho Prix do la Porte
Maillot a selling steeplechase at two
and a half miles J E Wideners Mr
McCann won the Prlxe do Franco an
international steeplechase handicap
In two miles and five furlongs Tho
latter stake was valued at 4000
WANTED
Bids for furnishing 730000 bs
Oats SOO tons First Quality Timothy
Hay delivery to be made at regular
intervals during period of one year
from date In submitting bids on
above material state prices F 0 B
cars Salt Lake giving full particulars
regarding quality of material Mali
bids to P J Moran Box 783 Salt
Lake City
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
Slate Engineers Office
Salt Lake City Utah Juno 22 1909
Notice is hereby given that A F
Parker whose post office address is
Ogden Utah has made application
In accordance with the re
quirements of Chanter lOS
Session Laws of Utah 1905 as amend
ed by the Session Laws of Utah 1907
to appropriate twentyseven thousand
27000 crcfoct of water from the
South Fork of Ogden River Weber
County Utah Said water will bo stor
ed whenever available during tho per
iod from January 1 to December 31 in
clusive of each year in a reservoir
embraced m Sections 1 5 G and 7
Township G north Range 3 cast and
Sections 32 and 33 Township 7 north
Range 3 cast Salt Lake base and mer
idian The water so stored will bo
released from said reservoir Into a
pipe line whenever necessary during I
the above named period at a point
which lies south 22r feet from the
northwest corner of Section 7 Town
ship G north Range 3 east Salt Lake
base and meridian from where It will
be convoyed for a distance of about I
70000 feet to the intake of Ogden City I
pipe line in Ogden Canyon in which
pipe line It will be convoyed for a
distance of about 30000 fct to Ogden
Citys distributive byttem where It
will ho used during the period above
specified tor municipal purposes This
application is designated In the Stale I
Engineers ofllco as No 1819
All protests against the granting of 1
said application stating the reasons
therefor must he made by affidavit In
duplicate and filed In this ofllce with
in thirty 30 days after the comple
tion of tho publication of this notice
CALEB TANNER
State Engineer
Date of first publication June 24
1909 date of completion of publication
July 2G 1909
0 S L EXCURSION TO SALT
Lake City every Sunday 1 00 round
trip Eight daily trains to and from
tho Capital
MINING NEWS II
PIOCHE CAMP SURE
TO HAVE A SMELTER
Pioche Nov July 101he Phoebe
Record says
General Manager James P Gaskill of
the NevadaUtah Mines and Smelters
corporation returned 1OI1L New York
last Sunday evening with a further
confirmation of the story printed In
several western newspapers lately to
the effect that Ploche Is to have a
j smelter
I Mr Gaskill has made the statement
to the Record that everything has been I
arranged as far as the financing of the
enterprise Is concerned and that the
work of construction doubtless will be
gin in the very near future The in
itial capacity of the plant will be at
least 500 tons of ore per day possibly
more but It will be that much any
awy An experienced smelting man
who will have charge of the contruc
lion is expected to leave Now York
within a few days and will come pre
pared to go to work In earnest It
I
will take him a little time to organize
Ms forces draw tho plans and order
the equipment for the plant but It
Is reasonable to presume that within
sixty or ninety days from now at the
most the actual work of construction
will be under way
The undertaking Is being launched
by a syndicate with millions of capi
tal behind it and one that Is amply
able to meet any and all competitors
In the smelting field The smelting
company will be entirely independent
of the NevadaUtah company while
the latter may have some stock In the
enterprise It will have no further voice
than that in the management Tho
promoters believe this to bo the besl
smelting field open anywhere in the
United States at the present time
and construction of considerably
less than two hundred miles of rail
road would make Ploche one of the
most central smelting points In the
state of Nevada While tho mines of
Piochc and the surrounding districts
alone aro amply prepared to supply
a smelter of enormous tonnage the
Ploche plant In all probability will
supply a market for tho ores from
nearly every other camp in southern
Nevada as well as southern Utah and
California It will bo a custom plant
In every sense of the word
In expectation of having facilities
for the treatment of its ores right
here on two ground the NevadaUtah
company has cut ore shipments from
Its Day mine at Jack Rabbit down to
about fifty tons a day but Manager
Gaskill has begun carrying out the in
structions of President Learnard to
bend every energy toward a vigorous
development of the mines and to tho
blocking out of ore
Tho dawn of a new era for thin dis
trict hag begun The building of the
smelter and the extension of tho Salt
Lake Route to the Prince Consolidated
side of the camp maens a wonderful
stride forward This will lead to
greater things and the Record pre
dicts that before winter comes again
the big mines now Idle Just above
town will be In operation Now Is tie
time to get the proposed Progressive
club in full swing to work for tho ad
vancement of this great mineralized
region Tho result will be the mak
nig of Pioche tho most active min
ing camp in Nevada
MORE GOLD BULLION
FROM BOSTONSUNSHINE
Salt Lake City July 11 Superin
tendent Wood of the BostonSunshine
Mining company of the Mcrcur section
came In Friday evening from the now
mill with the gold bullion produced by
the plant during the month of June
The bullion Is being purchased by tho
local government assay office and tho
exact value of the same was not known
yesterday It Is thought however
that the bar will be as valuable as the
May output which was close to 15
000The
The money received for this gold
brick when added to the surplus now
In the treasury will allow the direc
tors at any day notw to convene and
post a cent per share dividend and
still leave more In bank after payment
than will be distributed to stockhold
ers
EXCURSIONS EAST VIA RIO
Grande Tickets on sale July 2nd
3rd 23rd and 21th Call up A J
Cronin Agt phones 104 and 115
SUMMONS
In the District Court of Weber
County State of Utah
James C Thomas Plaintiff vs Lcta
Poster Thomas Defendant
The State of Utan to the said De
fendant
You are hereby sunU owed 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 after service and
defend the above entitled action and
in case of your failure so to do judg
ment will bo rendered agausc you ac
cording to tho demand or the com
plaint which within ten days after
service ol this Summons upon you
will be filed with the Clerk of said
court
This action is brought tg recover a
judgment dissolving tho Bonds of
Matrimony now and heretofore exist
ing between you and tao Plaintiff
herein I
T R OCONNELLY
Plaintiffs Attorney
P O Address No 369 24th Street
Ogden Utah
First publication Juno 7 1900
Last publication July 12 1909
ALIAS SUMMONS
In tho District Court of tho Coun
ty of Weber State of Utah
I Esther Newman Plaintiff vs Sam
uel Newman Defendant
The State of Utah to tho Said De
fondant
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twonty days after the
service of this Summons upon you
If served within the county In which
tills action Is brought Otherwise
within thirty days after service and
dofend tho above entitled action and
In case of your failure so to do judg
ment will bo rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the com
plaint which has been filed with tho
Cleric of said Court
This action Is brought to recover a
judgment dissolving the bonds of
matrimony horoloforo existing be
tween yon and the philntlffff
1IALVERSON PRATT
Plaintiffs Attorneys
P 0 Address Rooms 402 and 403
Eccles Building Ogden City Utah
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