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2 ?HE OQDTTN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 191?.
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E. , vVestler rf fi l l 0 n n Woolums lb 4 n 1 g Cobb cf 4 0 it 8 fi ii Jones 3b :: ii i 8 8 l Risberg ss 4 0 1 7 '1 8 I Blausser 8b 4 0 2 l :t 0 1 Moorehead If 4 0 1 1 0 I Sinclair p 4 1 l 0 i 0 Perkins c 4 0 0 2 4 u Totals 36 2 8 24 16 b GREAT FAJLLS A3 R BH PO A. 15.1 Pott ss . . 1 1 8 8 F, 0 Hester lb 4 0 0 IS 0 0 Faye If 4 2 2 1 0 0 Kelly el 4 2 2 1 0 0 Delhi rf 4 0 l T 0 1 Galena 3b 3 1 2 2 1 0 VVeaver c 3 1 2 0 2 n Slner 2b 4 0 1 4 I 1 Williams P 4 0 1 0 3 1 Totals 32 6 1 27 15 3 SCORE BY INNINGS Ogden . 002 nun or.o Great Falls 080 0S0 00-$, SUMMARY Two-base nits Kelly Weaver. Delhi. Sacrifice hits Faye. Galena. Hit by pitched ball By Williams. Jones. Stolen bases Potts. Heeter. Kelly Bases on balls Off Sinclair 2, off Williams 1 Struck out By Sinclair 2 Left on bases Ogden 8. Great Palls fi Time of game 1 hour and 35 minutes Umpire Frary. I BUTTE TAKES HELENA GAME Helena Aug 14 The Vigilantes; made only one error, but that wa-;, i sufficient to give todays gam to Butte by the score of 4 to S If ires a hard-fought contest, requiring eler en innings to decide Score: BUT'! E AB R BH PO A E. Demaglo If 4 l S 8 0 0 Turgeon lb 6 0 2 10 2 0 Duddy 3b 5 8 2 1 1 0 1 Kafora c 5 0 0 6 0 0 Oriet at 5 0 3 1 4 0 Clynes rf 3 ft ft 1 u 0 Whaling 2b 5 ft 1 fi 2 0 1 Marshall cf 4 n ft 3 1 ft! Robinson p 4 0 0 11 1 1 Total 40 4 in 88 11 ft HELENA AB R BH PO A E. Spencer If 1 ft ft ft ft ft Fowler rr 3 n -i 2 0 ft Cronin 3b 3 1 2 1 2 1 Menges ss 4 ft 1 1 R " Quigley 2b 5 ft ft 4 6 n Lu6Si lb E 1 2 16 0 11 Gibson If 4 0 l 1 ft n Murray cf 3 ft ft 4 0 0 Crittenden c 4 0 1 4 1 u Ames p 4 1 1 ft 3 0 Totals 36 3 3 33 20 1 . acorns UV INNINGS Butte .102 ftOO 000 01 4 J Helena lftl ftim 001 00 3 SUMMARY. Two-base hits Dcmaggio, Whaling. I Orief, Cronin. Gibson. Home run Duffv Sacrific hits Clynes. Cronln 2. Gibson, Murraj Sacrifice flics -I Clynes, Menges. Double play Mar ! shall to Orlet. Bases on balls Off I Robinson 1. off Ames 1. Struck out By Robinson 6, by Ames 3. Left on bases Butte 6 .Helena 6 Time of game 2 hours and 5 minutes Um pire La Rocque. STANDING OF CLUBS UNION ASSOCIATION. Wot. ISt Pr Salt Lake 61 20 .678 Great Falls 58 35 624 Missoula 42 48 .467 Butto 41 48 461 Helena 37 52 .416 jOgdeu 34 61 .358 AMERICAN LEAGUE Won. Lout Pel Philadelphia 72 35 .673 Cleveland 67 43 .609 Washington .. ... .I'J 48 .551 Chicago 58 54 .618 Boston 51 54 .486 Detroit 47 63 .428 St Louis 44 70 .386 New York N . . ...36 67 .350 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Ifiet P ' New York 74 32 .698 F'hlladelphla 63 :7 63o Chicago . 57 61 .528 PIttJblirg 56 51 .523 Brooklrn 46 67 .447 Boston 44 60 .423 Cincinnati 43 69 483 1 St. Louis .41 67 Mi BASEBALL Yankees Shut Out Whits Sox. Chicago. Aug 14 New York I bunched two hits with a sacrifice hit and a stolen base and shut out Chi cago 2 to ii in the first game of the farewell visitors with the visitors in this city. The game was a pitchers' duel be tweon Ford and Russell and it looked likt anybody's game until the fifth. he n Hartzell singled and took sec ond on Pcckinpaugh's sacrifice. Knight followed with a Single ami Hanzell scored while Knight raced to second on thp throw home Knlgh' then stole third and scored on Willi ams out The visitors outfield robbed the locals ot almost eery opportunl ty they had to count by speelacular fielding Cook and Malsel played their f I rst game In Chicago and aided in the victory materially Pirates Defeat Dodgers. Brooklyn. N Y Aug 14. Pittsburg beat Brooklyn 13 to 8 today In a heavy hitting game Manager Dah len of the locals U6ed four pitchers to stop the fuBillade Dut the Plratei treated them all alike, accumulating 19 hits for n total of 31 bases Mien who had been laid up with an attack of ptomaine poisoning started the game, but after he had been batted for a Bingle, a triple and I Low Fares to I Eastern Points H ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OGDEN New York, via Standard Linos $86.50 New York, via Differential Lines. 83.50 j Boston, via Standard Lines , 86.50 Boston, via Differential Lines 82,50 1 Chicago $56.50 Memphis $59 85 St. Paul . . 55.70 St. Louis 52 00 Omaha 40.00 Peoria , . . 55 40 Denver 22.50 Kansas City 40 00 Pueblo 22.50 Colorado Springs 22.60 Proportionate Rates to Other Points, ! Dates of Sale August 16, 22, 28; September 10, 11, j LONG LIMITS LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES. For detailed information concerning rates, routes, train service I and reservations, call at, phone or address CITY TICKET OFFICE 2514 Washington Ave, " PAUL L. BEEMER, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. -I S AGENCY TRANS-ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES. a homer, retired and is charged titil the defeat Wagner was hammered hard and lasted less than three in nings Walker stood the pounding for one inning and gave way to Ying lina. who finished the game. Cooper, with dttsburg ahead, was relieved by McQuillan In the fifth aud Is credited with the game. Both were batted hard at times, but Brook lyn never gained a load. Pittsburg 13 19 4 Brooklyn 8 10 1 Batteries Cooper. McQuillan and Gibson Allen. Wagner, Walker. Ylng l ling and Miller. Naps Defsat Athletics. Cleveland. Aug. 14. Cleveland to day won In handy style the first game of the last series which Pbiladelpbl i will play here this season, hitting PI. ink hard and backing up th'-lr own pitcher. Rlnnding. in splendid style The score was C to 2. Iajole. Turner, Chapman and Bland ing made sensational stops and throwB. The batting feature was Ba 1 ker's home run over the right field wall In the eighth inning. Cleveland took the lead In the first inning with one run, added another In the fourth and three In live fifth Philadelphia scored one in the Sev ern h and Baker added one in the eighth. Quakers Take Second Game. Philadelphia. Aug. 14 Philadelphia opened its home stay today oy win ning both games of a double header from Cincinnati, by 1 to 0, aud 7 to 2 The opening contest was a twirling duel between Alexander and, Ames, the latter being taken out in the eighth Inning to permit Bates to bat for him Alexander kept his op pon.-'iitR hits scattered, while the! home team hit Ames' delivery' safe III only two innings and scored the only run ot the game in the sixth on a single by Lobert, a pass to Cravat h and Luderus' single Philadelphia took a big lead In Cue second and third Innings of the sec ond contest by pounding Brown's de livery and easily held It. In each of these sessions. Cravath drove a home raj into the bleachers. Brown re mained in (he game as Manager Tink er Is short of pitchers Johnson, the Indian twlrler of Cin cinnati, is on the missing list, and nothing has been heard of him since the team reached here yesterday First game- R. H K. Cincinnati 0 5 0 Philadelphia 1 5 0 Batteries Ames. Suggs and Clarke; Alexander and K I II i for. Cincinnati 2 7 3 Philadelphia 7 13 0 Batteries Brown and Clarke; Seat.on and Kllllfer Giants 11, Cardinals 4. New York Aug 14 New York easi ly won a double header from St Louis today by scores of 11 to 4 and 7 to 3. The first game was close until the eighth inning when Sallee and Man ager Hugglns of St. Louis were pu out of the game for kicking. Gey ' went In with two on bases and after he had forced In a run, Burns doubled and Herzog hit a homer, the result being six runs .Marriuaro piicned only a fair game, and was hit hard In the early Innings For St Louis Griner is charged with the defeat. In I ho second game Doak went well until the 6ixth, when Whltted started Ills downfall with a pair or error3 With the score tied, the bases full and none out, Harmon retired the next three batters on pop flies The i.lants fell on Harmon hard In the following Inning Doyle was purpose ly passed in this innlnx. filling the ba scs and Merkle drove in three runs with a long double, and scored him self on his steal of third and a wild throw by Wlngo The Cardinals could not hit Tesieau In ihe pinches. Konetchy hit two home runs and two doubles and drew a pass In both games R. H E St. Louis 4 B 1 New York .11 I Batteries Griner. Perritr Saleel .ind Geyer and Hildebrand, liaT ouard, Fromme and McLean, Wilson. Red Sox 4, Browns 0 St, louis. Aug 14 After featuring in the field for ten inning6, mam of his stops cutting off hits. Mlkc Bu j lent! missed an easy roller in the eleenth Inning, enabling Boston to take the oponlug game of tho series w ith St Louis, score 4 to 0. It was I a pitchers duel between Hugh Bed leut and Mack Allison. Boston won out in the eleventh when after two were out Hopper walked and Engle singled Speaker! then sent the roller to Balentl who missed. Hopper crossing tho plate with the first run of the game. Lewis and Gardner singled scoring Engle and Speaker With lwls on third and Gardner on first the sisitora worked the double steal, tho latter making second while Ixswls tallied the final run of the inning. Tigers Defeat Senators. Detroit. Aug. 14 Veach'e slugging and Cobb's daring ou the bases todav proved an Irresistible combination and Detroit took the, first gam of I 'ho series from a.-hington by a .". to 4 score. The visitors made three of lh'ir runs in one third, when with Tiro Thorpe. V j Alannpei McGraw of the New r ,"V.'...r ' -j York Giants Is said to be very hope ful as to the future of Jim Thorpe, r the Carlisle jchool Indian who as an I jBBfynf amateur almost set the world afire. OB , Thorpe hasn't played in any reprular . - ' pames this reason, but in practice he I " j has shown up well and probably will be used more or less next season. '- Henry and B.iehllng on the bases. Foster drove a savage liner to center which Cobb misjudged. Before he returned to the plate. Foster had fol lowed his teammates around the bases, in the Detroit half, four hits helped to produce four runs, Veach's double driving two men across Washington tied the score In the sixth when Gandil single counted Foster In the eighth Cobb dealt out a bunt, stole second with sliding, and came home when Yeach dented the score board with a double. The game was replete with fielding fea tures. Chicago Takes Double Header Boston, Aug. 14 Chicafio took both games of a double header from Bos ton today the first nine to seven and the second five to one. The first game was a pitchers bat tle between Humphries and Tyler for seven Innings. The Boston pitcher was batted bard In the eighth inn ing when the visitors scored six runs. Humphries shut out the locals until the ninth when h was driven from the box by a volley of nine hits which netted seven runs. ' Pierce held the locals to two hlt in the second contest while the vis itors batted Perdue hard in the first inning and made enough runs to win TENNIS PLAYERS RETURN. New York. Aug. 15 Maurice E Mclaughlin. R Norrls Williams and Harold H Hackctt, the victorious American tennis players who lifted the Davis nip, came back home todav on the liner France All will play In the national all-comers tournament ai Newport beginning next Monday ACTING GOVERNOR PARDON LAWFUL Oklahoma City, Aug. 15 A dociBion of the criminal court of appcalii, hand ed down yesterday holds as valid i pardon granted to fieoin ( rump by Lieutenant Governor McAlester, who recently acted as governor for twenty-four hours during the absence of Governor Lee Cruce C'ump'a attoi neyS, instituted habeas corpus pro ceedings when Governor Cruce re fused to honor the pardon granted b McAllister. The court. In Its deci sion, ordered that Crump be given his libert y McAllister, while acting governor issued pardons to three others besides Crump and also signed school book contracts Involving an expenditure of more than one million dollars, which acts caused Governor Cruce to cut short his vacation ond hasten back to Oklahoma City. Supporters of the j lieutenant governor contend that tho decision of the criminal court of ap peals in effect establishes the legality of all his executive acts oo FINGER PRINTS VALID ON I. O. U. Washington, Au 15- Two or thre finger prints on an "I. O. U.;' are Bl valid as a formal signal ui-. In the opinion of the finger print expert of the United States marine corps In a statement forwarded to the secre tary of the Interior today the expert establishes the genuineness of nine teen finger prints which were given to him lor Identification and the find Ing is expected to cause a certain Pawnee Indian consld' rable embar rassment. The Indian signed a memo randum acknowledging his indebted ness of several hundred dollars to an,, attorney, and In addition to affix Ing his signature made several finger Impressions on the paper The at torney sent in his claim to ths de-1 paunjent ol the interior for his fee. but In the meantime the Indian denied (having signed the paper In order to determine the question the department submitted the memo randum for expert examination, which disclosed that the prints are Identical in l'J different characteristics. This Is sufficient, the expert holds, to es tablish their identity. The depart ment will now pay the fee. . nn MAN IN LOVE MAY TELL LIES New York, Aug 15. That a man who is In love Is privileged to lie was the ruling handed down yesterday by Supreme Court Justice Ci,i To quote the justice. "It Is also a well known principal that In the stale of mental exaltation accompanying courtship, statements made as to mental, moral or financial qualifications of the accused may not be too closely scrutinized, nor shall they be held to a strict account-1 nbllitv therelore !' . In such a state of mental exaltation Philip Cu3ick. while courting the woman he afterward married, told her. she avers, that he was earning $3u a week, while 38 a matter of fact he was a property boy at a theatre with a weekly salary of J13.50. Later when Cusick vanished, Mrs Cuslck applied for divorce, counsel fees and alimony. Justice Guy's ruling accompanied his refusal of the request for alimony. oo ASTOR TO TAKE UP HYDROPLANING Newport. R I, Aug. 15 Vincent Astor is about to take up hydroplan ing A new boat, or sea sled, as it Is called, much resembling a bobsled With B Yshnped boiiom. was doiiv ered here for him vesterday The hull Is made of mahogan) and a builder's trial around the harbor showed that tho boat, which can seat five persons, und which will be used as a tender to the Noma, the Astor yacht, will be able io make 88 to 30 kntits an hour between the yacht and the shore. Mr Astor has not seen the boat yet, but he will return today from a short cruise on tho Noma. oo STUDYING WOUNDS OF WAR WEAPONS!; New Haven, Conn , Aug 15 Dr. ' Joseph M. Flint, professor of surgery 1 lu the Yale medical school who is 1 making a careful study of wounds by 1 modem Implements of war, is in Ath ' ens, attending wounded Greek sol- dlera reluming from the Balkan cam- patgn, according to news received here today. Prof Flint went abroad early this 1 summer expecting to attend the mod- ' leal congress at London. Ho was In- 1 BO to Athens to aid In dl- rectlng the general surgical work re- 1 Bulting from the war. oo I HONOR FOR A NAVAL INSTRUCTOR! Nalltjjo. CaJ Aug 15 Prof T. J. soe, instructor of mathematics at Mnre IslaDd navy yards, and head of tue naval observatorv at this station, baa received 'from President Wllsfn his commission as relative captain, ' n ted Slates navy, the highest rank " ?e naval corps of mathematics It IS the first time the commission has , faward on the Pacific coast. l rof See organized the departing' of a.tionomv at i,e fnivrrsitv (f , ni cago and aided m tho establishing ol erkes observatorv. SHIP WATER TO TOWNS Terrific Heat in Kan sas Is Drying Up the Wells and Rivers Trains of Tank Cars Supplying Communi ties Kansas City, Aug 16. How to get water for man and beast and how to save a little out of wrecked crops, of corn presented Missouri. Kansas and OklaJioma an increasingly seri ous problem today. It was the twelfth day of Intense heat. There Were scattered showers yesterday af 'ernoon and last night. Most of them were Ineffectual entirely, and while so much as half an inch of water fell yesterday at Topeka It was in nar row ly restricted limits. Long trains of tank cars supply several Oklahoma and western Kan Has towns with all the water they get. A train of 10 cars of water was ship ped irom Pittsburg. Kan., early today' to the mines of a coal company in the Pittsburg district. The expense of shipping water, however. Is so great that several smaller mines have shut down In a section of Seward county, Kan . where no rain has fallen In I two months, the few wells that still give water are surrounded by camp ers, families that have closed house I and gone to the water source From Alma. Kan. came a report vouched for by one of the city fa ther, that a woman In a moment of desperation, wishing to verily or kill forever the old story of frying an egg In the sun. had prepared a fresh laid one nicely. In a skillet with but ter and "fried it to a T" on a llag stonc before her door with only the The world stands readv to admire B painter whose trees bend Kcneath the gain, their tops all but whipping the torn, gray, low-drtvlhg clouds, and whose lightniug and rain and frightened animals aid the dramatic Impression of violent storm Yd the world often forgets tho sort of skill that can show a light wind bare swaying 'the straight stark woods of March, or can bring home to every one the chill and tho melancholy of oncoming frost in an autumn even ing. When trees toss we know that tho wind Is up. Running cattle sug gest tbunder. But in 'Twilight Au tumn" there la nothing to tell us why we seom to hear tho far-off moaning of the November wind Tron makes one feel the spirit of scene and sen son. At the age of twentv-f l o Dwlghl William Tryon first setup his Btudlo Bofore this he had been a clerk In a bookstore at Hartford, ConnetlCut t seven Ii began studying at tho tcole des Beaux rts under DauMgny and De la Cbcyrouse. Two of his pictures were exhibited at the Paris Salon. Since then he has won prizes' I everywhere a gold medal of the flTSl class at Munich in 1S01; thir teen medals at the Chicago exhlbl tion. 1893; and many more He Ib a membor of the National Wadomy Some of the best of Tryon's earlier sun for heat. Before noon in most sections of j Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma the j mercury was well on the wav to the I hundred mark In Topeka lnsr night was the eleventh during which the thermometer had not gono below 79. Last night's minimum temperature was 77. St. Joseph. Mo., reports that un- i there Is rain within 48 hours 1 several small surrounding towns will I be compelled to ship In water by rail from St. Joseph. Hutchinson. Kan.. I reported a sllebt shower, too little to 1 measure, during last night and tern- 1 peratures only a degree or two lower than yesterday's hlgb one Wichita and surrounding country 1 has had an abatement of heat dur-1 Ing the las! two days the thermomo- i ter not passing 98 degrees but the! counti-v Is parched. Farm-?r: In the gre.it Arkansas val-l,-; com COUntr; where It usually is ?ald to be wet when everything elie j is dr . ' are cutting much of their semi-matured corn and rushing it l'l-iiugh a grinder into the silos before j the sun has drunk all the Juice. WANTED ; By Ogden Taxi and Auto Co 12 j or more persons to go on auto s trip to Bear Lake Fishing and II hunting or to any other place de- jl sired, including Yellowstone Park. Only S3 00 per day for each per son. Auto Truck furnished free for your baggage and camping out fit. Ca,l Phone 55. or come and see us at our off;ce at 380 25th St., for further information. Cat's Paw Rubber Heels f arc noiseless, comfortable and 9 will wear Clark Repair Dep't. J i .a AMERICAN LANDSCAPE PAINTERS J No. 5. D. W. TRYON, "TWILIGHT AUTUMN" j$ -. "Learn One Thing Every Day' Copyright, 1313. by Tho Associated Newspaper School. Inc. a J work is included in a series of land t , scapes and uiaiine.-i which he painted for the hall of a collector in IKtrnii- ':; ( Ono of this series. "Ltawn Early Spring.' is remarkable for Its mO pMeit;, The foreground is a low, I marshy field. Lack of which an al- j most uniform line of trees runs ths J whole width of the horizon Vet tiiis fs. , luiintln-, with all its snoplklO. so full of imagination that a beholder I. feels the dawn and the bleakness of j (j. March sinking Irresistibly in his mind I. It is Tryon's method to conceal hfc art, and make us feel the emotion f IsJ? a picture without knowing whv KJ; feel It All Ms paintings have the santf w1 subtle simplicity. Among the be-'1 known are his Winter' and "A Z Scene at Xew Bedford." ' ' F Every day a different humaa lflttf . est story will appear In the Stands ; ( r You can get a beautiful intaglio t iSfe production of tho above picture, wit 1m flvo others, equally attractive, 7rt U Inches In sire, with this week's "M' SjT tor." In "The Mentor'' a well known authority covers the subject of tt pictures and stories of the week R- Sfc, cr8 of the Standard and tho MeaW fc will know art, literature, history, '' li ence, and travel, and own exQuUH pictures On sale at Spargos Bo ft store. t aTt: We are ready for the Sage Hens, Are You? j Ammunition Guns Coats, Etc. H. C. HANSEN & CO. u? ; BSSSSBBSSSSBBSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSJBSSSSBM- k