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H 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1914.
I SPORTS BASEBALL RESULTS PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Oakland, Cal., April 12. Morning game. The score: R. H. E. San Francisco 5 13 0 Portland 1 7 5 Batteries Tozer and Clarke; West and Fisher. I San Francisco, Cal., April 12. Af ternoon game. The score: R.H.E. San Francisco 15 14 is Portland 6 12 t Batteries Standridge, Fanning and Schmidt; Hanson, Krause, Salve son and Haworth. Los Angeles, Cal., April 12. Morn ing game. The Bcore: R. II. JE. Los Angeles 1 5 0 Venice , .2 4 1 BatterleB. Love, McHenry and Boles; Klepfer and Elliott. Los Angeles, Cal., April 12. Alton noon game. The score: R.H.E. Los Angeles 1 $ Venice 4 7 0 Batteries Perrltt and Boles; HItt and Bliss. Sacramento, Cal., April 12. Morn ing game. The score: R. H. E. Oakland 2 9 5 Sacramento 4 10 1 Batteries Prough and Arbogast, Mitze; Slagle and Hannah. Sacramento, Cal., April 12. After The score: R.H.E. Oakland 6 11 1 noon game. Sacramento 3 10 4 Batteries Malarkey and Mitze; Arellanes and Rohrcr. Salt Lake 9, Denver 5. Denver, April 12. The Salt Lake Union association team defeated Den ver's Western league team today b.v a score of 9 to 5. The score: R. II. B. Denver ,.5 7 2 Salt Lake 3 14 7 Batteries Wetzel, Scbreiber and Spahr; Shultz, Allen and McClain. I Athletics 8, Jersey City 20. Jersey City, N. J., April 13. The Jersey City Internationals smothered the world's champion Athletics yes terday, winning 20 to 8. With two r ' exceptions the Mack men had their " regular team on the field and they hit tho local twirlers freely, but the re cruit pitchers sent into the box by the visitors wero easy for the Inter nationals. Strait of the locals, who has a rec ord of 21 home runs with Seattle last season, hit the ball over the fence 362 Twenty-fifth Street. In the first inning, scoring three runs ahead of him. The score: 1. E. Athletics S 13 6 Jersey City '. 20 17 3 Batteries Bonan, Durning ana Thomas, McAvoy; Verbout, Bruck and Tee. Lincoln 15, Minneapolis 6. Lincoln. Neb., April 13. Lincoln won again yesterday from the Minne apolis American association second team by a score of 15 to C. The Minneapolis pitchers were wild and ineffective, and the fielders behind them bunched errors while the Lin colns were bunching hits. . Score: R. H. E. Lincoln 15 12 1 Minneapolis 6 11 4 Batteries Munroe, Cooney and Meyer and Rehor; Turner, Woldring, Glliigan and Smith. New York 8, Baltimore 2. Baltimore, Md., April 13, Tho New York Giants yesterday defeated the Baltimore Internationals, S to 2. The score: R. H. E New York S S 2 Baltimore 2 1 3 Batteries From me, Demaree and Myers; Rusc'll, Morrlsette and Egan. Brooklyn 9, Newark 5. Newark. N. J., April 13 The Brooklyn Nationals yesterday defeat ed the Newark team of the Interna tional league, 9 to 5. The score: R. II. E. Brooklvn 9 14 0 Newark 5 13 0 Batteries Altchlson. Allen and McCarty; Smith, Schacht, Holmquist and Heckinger. Pittsburg 5, Kansas City 8. Kansas City, Mo., April . 13 An im mense crowd yesterday saw the lo cal Association club hit three pitch ers hard and easily defeat the Pitts burg Nationals 8 to 5. Mowrey of Pittsburg made a triple, a double and two singles. Score: R.H.E. Pittsburg 5 8 4 Kansas City '. 8 11 3 Batteries O'Toole, Conzelman, Cooper and Brennegan, Kelly; Richie, Ragan and Moore. ( Nationals 5, Americans 2. St. Louis, Mo.. April 13 By four consecutive hits made off Baumgard ner In the eighth inning, the SL Louis Nationals scored three runs and won the last game of the city series for the spring championship from the St. Louis Americans today, 5 to 2. The standing at the close of the series gave the Nationals five vic tories and the Americans one. The score: R. H E Nationals ; 5 7 0 Americans 2 S 3 Batteries, Robinson, Hageman and Wingo; Baumgardner and Ag new. Washington 7, Providence 5. Providence, R. I., April 13. Three hits and sacrifice in the seventh gave the Washington Americans a 7 to 5 victory over the Providence In ternationals yesterday. The game was called at the opening of the eighth inning because Walter John son admirers stopped the play by Hj H It is a pleasure to do the housework with the proper H household facilities The American Beauty Flat Iron H B is a necessity in the home. I H; "We are headquarters for them1 j I Electric Service Co. Phone 88. Just Up 24th Street. H crowding on the field when he started to warm up in front' of the Washing-' ton bench. The score: R. H. E. Washington 7 10 2 Providence 5 8 3 Batteries Bentley, Engle and Henry; Bentley and Kocher, Onslow. Indianapolis 2, Detroit 1. Indianapolis, Ind.. April 13. Metz's three-base hit in the ninth, followed by Bush'fi error allowed the Indianapo lis American association club to win from the Datroit American league team, 2 to 1, today. The score: R. H. E. Indianapolis ..- 2 5 3 Detroit 1 6 3 Batteries Burke and Livingston; CIaii6s, Williams and Stanage, Mc Kee. Boston 4, Cincinnati 0. Cincinnati, O , April 13. The Bos ton American team shut out the Cin cinnati National club, 1 to 0 today The Boston pitchers gave nine base-ion balls, but were good In pinches. All errors made by the Reds wore costly. ' The score: R. H. E. Boston 4 7 1 Cincinnati 0 4 5 Batteries Leonard, Bedlent and Carrigan; Thomas, Rowan, Yingllng and Clark. Chicago Feds Win 2 to 0. Covington, Ky., April 13. The Chi cago Federal team yesterday defeated the West Covington team, 2 to 0. Chicago 4, St. Joseph 2. SL Joseph, Mo., April 13. The Chi cago Americans No. 1 yesterday de feated the local WeBtern league club 1 to 2. The score: R. H.K. Chicago 4 10 1 St. Joseph .....2 8 1 Batteries Walsh. Russell and Schalk; Sterzer, Jenkins, Mitchell and Schang. Des Moines Defeats Americans. Des Moines, la., April 13. The Des Moines Western league team defeat ed the Chicago Americans here yes terday by a score of 3 to 2. Rogge, a former Des Moines player, pitched for the visitors. The Sox left last night for Chicago, having concluded their part of the training trip, Chicago 8, Cleveland 0. Cleveland, O., April 13. The Chi cago Cubs defeated the Cleveland American league club 8 to 0 yester day. Hagerman pitched a fairly good ball for Cleveland, but his sup port was ragged. The score; R.H.E. Chicago S 6 1 Cleveland 0 6 4 Batteries Cheney, Pierce, Lav ender and Archer; Hagerman and O'Neil. Boston 13, Bridgeport 1. Bridgeport, Conn.. April 13. The Boston Nationals defoated the Bridge port nine 6f the Eastern association today, 13 to 1. The score: R.H.E. Boston 13 13 4 Bridgeport 1 3 3 Batteries" Strand and Kaling; Gcrvais, Blum, Kerus and Brady. BREWERS AND OWLS PLAY GOOD HIE The Brewers and Owls of the City league met yesterday morning in a practice game on Fife's field, the former winning out by the score of 3 to 0. The game was witnessed by a small crowd of "fans" and, accord ing to reports, was a classy exhibi tion. Both teams demonstrated that they know how to play the game, and, If the other teams show up as well, the City league schedule is bound to produce some interesting contests. The lineup and score was as fol lows: OWLS. AB. H. R. 'A. E, Ewald, c 3 0 0 0 0 Shipley, p 3 1 0 1 01 J. Greenwell, lb 3 0 0 2 0 Mumford, 2b 3 0 0 2 0 Roach, 3b 2 ,0 0 1 1 B. Shipley, rf 2 0 0 0 0 Callahan, If 2 1 0 0 0 Mumford; cf 2 0 0 0 0 Butterfield, ss 3 0 0 0 0 Totals 23 2 0 6 1 BECKERS. AB. H. R.A. E. Wilkenson, c 4 0 0 0 0 R, Greenwell, p 3 2 0 2 0 Ranson, lb 3 '0 0 0 0 H. Greenwell, 2b 3 1 2 N3 0 Beckett, 3b 3 0 1 1 0 Jackson,' ss 3 0 0 2 0 Watson, rf 3 0 0. . 0 0 Larson, cf 3 .1 0 1 0 Torgenson, If , 1 . 3 0 0 0 0 Totals .28 4 3 9 0 Summary: Struck out By Green- I OGflEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY CLASSIFIED ALPHABETICALLY I f I EGGS WANTED! In Case Lots Only. OGDEN EGG CO. 333 20th St. Phone 501. Abstracts of Title Is the title to your property clear? If you don't know, seo Abels Abstract and Titlo Co., 420 Twonty fourth Street. Phone 4G0. H Auto and Carriage Painting 1 Get your auto painted, and that i old top renewed. Slip linings mado 1 to order. Buggies painted in 10 1 dnys. Agency for the Famous Caso 1 Automobiles. Ogden Carriage Co. I 1701 Wash. Ave. Phono 1020-W. Accordion Plaiting 1 Done in all lengths. 25G8 Cole's I Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. liS0-m. 1 Attorneys j BET Hulanlskl, First National 1 Bank Bldg. 12-11-t! I Bakery I Eat "Ullkit and Domestic Science" S Bread. Ullkit High Grade Bakory 9 Goods. Tho Domestic Scionco Bale- ing Co., 225S Grunt Avenue. Phono 1 538. I Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing Wo furnish all kinds of rubber I tires. Carriages buggies, wagons, 1 automobiles, etc. repaired. New m wagons made to order. O. E, i Savago, Cor. Washington and 22ud I SL Phono 3S9-W. I Billiards 1 Billiards and pocket billiards; new I tables. "The Cosey," 326 25th St. City Scavenger I "Itv Scavenger, McCartv & Co., I 272S Grant. Bell pho 2.-SV7. I Counselor-at-Law I Lawyer O'Connolly over Commnr cial National Bank Bldg., 369 24th St. Phone 11. Coal Parker Coal Company. Cor. 27th and Pacific Ave. Old and reliable. Special attention given to sny part of city. Phone 19S-W: Res. 1226-W. Contractor and Builder All kinds of mill work, baud saw ing and stalr-bullding. Mfgrs. of sash, doors, mouldings mantel;, and frames. P A. Isak'son & Co., 247-251 22nd St. Phone 180S-J. Carpenter and Contractor A. C. Rainey, Carpenter and Con tractorScreen work. Phone 1095W 3210 Jefferson. Collecting Agency STRATFORD COLLECTION AND REPORTING CO. E. A. Stratford, Manager. Bonded with state for 35,000.00. Publishes Dally Report, $2.00 per month. Coliections everywhere. Room 411 First Nat. Bank Eldg. I Coal and Lime All the good coals, and all the coals good. For the best coal man in town, phone 27. John Farr Coal Co. Yard 20-H Washington Avenue. I Carpet Cleaning 1Z. Van Kainpen Phone SS3 for up holstering, mattress making, re stretching of bed springs. I Clairvoyant It will pay you to see this wonder ful gifted woman. She will pick you up and put you on your feet. Astrologist, palm and card reader, 132 1-2 25th. 3-lS-lwk well 12, by Shipley G; by Callahau 2. Double play Jackson to Ranaon. Hits Off Greenwell 2; .off Shipley 1; off Callahan 3. - OGDEN TEAM IS PI PBACTICE Saturday afternoon at Glenwood the Ogden baseball team of the Union as sociation defeated the Denver &. Rio Grande amateur team of Salt Lake by tho score of 21 to 1. The game proved good "stick" practice for the Chiropractics CHIROPRACTIC adjustments, elec tric light baths, mechanical stretch ing, vibratory massage, scientific ally given by Dr. R. J Schultz, at 3C1 28th St, Terms, $25 for 24 treatments: examination free Phone 1090. Carpets Cleaned Carpet cleaned and laid b steam. Phone McBrlde. Telephone 1844-W. 2-17-14 Chiropractor F. J. FREBNOR, D. C, Graduate Chiropractor. No drugs, surgery or osteopathy; try chiropractic. Rooms 212-213-214 Col. Hudson Bid. Phone 311. , Decorating and Paints MULLER DECORATING CO. Opposite library. Where tho lad les obtain paints and little tricks of the brush. Wallpaper of every de scription. Best paperhanglng with a guarantee. Electrical Fhon9 1022-J. Feed and Stove Repair Ogden Stove Repair &, Feed Co. Stoves repaired, stored, chimney sweep, lawn mowers and 3aws sharp ened, poultry supplies, hay and grain, coal and kindling. Phone 1573, 375 23rd Street. Funeral Director C. J. A. L1NDQUI8T Tho Undertaker. 2620 Washington Ave. Flour, Hay and Grain POULTRY AND EGGS Prompt Attention Quick Delivery. Phone 583. We solicit your order. The Intermountain Produce Co., 1822 Wash. Avo. Grocery and Bakery Try our best quality coffee, 40c tho lb. Also good cheaper grades, 25c to 35c lb. Phone 1145-W. J. J. Schwartz, 2234 Jeff Ave. Groceries Also agents or U. S. Cream Separ ators and O. K. Electric Washing Machines. RUSSELL JAMES CO. Everything to eat and fien some. Hussey-Woods Realty Co, 320 acres to exchange for home in Ogden. We can locate you on ex cellent 320-acre Smoot land home steads. 2408 Washington Ave. Jeweler A full lino of fine jewelry and watches. Watch repairing a spe cialty. H. F. Upp. 2476 Grant Ave. Junk Ogden Junl. House If you have any kind of junk, phone us up. We will call for It. Tel. 210. Job Printing DENKERS & SON PRINTERS Established in 1902, It will pay you to see us first. Phone 1848-J. 421-423 23rd St. 1 Save your patrons the time and trouble of looking tor your phone number in tho telephone book, by in serting "Your Name and Number" in this directory where people read It every day. locals and they swatted out 21 hits, Captain Seabough leading off with 4. Roosback, Woolums, Jones, Cobb and Rlsberg each got three to their credit, Murphy got two and the others one each. For the D. & R. G., Juklin, Barstad and Shay each made two hits. Galgano was on the mound for Og den for the full period and Ambrose and Ready worked the same position for the visitors. The latter went in at the opening of the sixth inning and hit Murphy In the back so bard that "Dad" Gimlin thought best to take tho Injured man out of the game, after letting him make the circulL Ho also hit Carnes on the hand. Ready haB lots of "smoke," as Murphy will tes tify. The "fans" had plenty of amuse ment throughout the game, but Cobb Kindling Wood Kindling wood. Yard on Plu'Json avenue, be. ween 23rd a.r.1 24th Sta. Phone B17-J. Kodak Developing We do expert Kodak FlniBhlng Eastman Supply House, Mclntyre Drug Co. 'Tho Kodak People." 2421 Washington Ave. Lawn Mowers Repaired and sharpened. "We call for em." Ogden Novelty Works. Tel. 794. P.S., Ballbearings for sale. Monumental Work See MITCHELL BROS, for all kinds of artistic monumental work. 2203 Jeff. Phone 2218-W. Monuments Large stock. Choice selection. Pine granite nnd marble. Joseph Parry & Sons Co.. 2253 Wasblncton Avenue. Phono 721-W. Meat Market KusBCll-James Company. Also a full lino of groceries. "Everything in sat." See our Dept. of Household Needs. Cor. 24th and Lincoln Ave. Pbone3 412 and 413. Mechano-TheraDist Dr. H. A. White. M.T.D., Graduato Rlechano-Therapis, over Smalley's 336 25th St ATI chronic diseases successfullv treated without drugs, Consultation free. Phone 1S54 W. Notary Public O. A. Kennedy Basement "Utah National Bank Building. 1-19-tf. Nature Cure People wishing to take the nature cure treatmert will find Dr. V. S. Raymond at the Col. Hudson Build ing, Rooms 409-10. Office rhone S54. Residence Phone 2345. New and Second-hand Goods ALVORD & ANYTHING." "A to Z." SING It and RIN7 it 333-w. 2-2ttf Paper Cleaning JAMES THOMPSON, expert paper cleaner. 2341 Jackson Ave., Ogden. Utah. Telephone 1168. Photographer The Noggle Studio. Flua portrait, vfewB. All kinds of commercial work. Best kodak finishing in the city. Phone 38S-J. 2434 Washing ton Ave. Painting and Decorating We. wijl hang your wall paper. We will paint your house. We will tell you how to do it yourself. Grif. fin Paint Co., 2310 Wash. Ave. Pianos and Organs SPECIAL SALE of Pianos and Violins McKinley, Century, Boston and Superior Editions, and every thing musical. Ezra H. G. Williams Music Co., 2215 Wash. Av. Phone 503 Physician and Surgeon Dr. A. Fernlund, Physician and Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m. New Peery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Phone 1900-W. Residence phone 2129-W. 64G Wash. Ave. 6-ll-tf Paperhanging and Painting F. S. TAYLOR, Paperhanging, Painting, Tinting, Calcaminlng, etc phone 2040-W. 5MS1 Grant Ave. Your business card in this direc tory will keep your name and busi ness before the people It will pay you try It. put on a specialty in the eighth in ning vthat was a winner. After steal ing third, he stole back to second and was on his way back to first, when Galgano "flew out." The lineup was as follows: D. & R. G. Ogden. Jackson c Seabough Ambrose, Ready . ..p Galgano Shap lb Wooluins Rude 2b Carnes Wright 3b., Jones Kisler ss Risberg Rude If Roosback Barstad cf Cobb Juhlin rf.. Murphy, Antheir Umpires Arnold, Raedel. Score by Innings: Ogden 2 0 4 2 3 6 1 321 D. & R. G. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 - DO Read the Classified Ads. ' Piano Tuner 1 jv E. J. West, Piano Tuner, Tuning, I repairing and polishing. All work 9 guaranteed. $5.00. Phono 2317-R af- 1 ter 6 p. ni. IV Paperhanging and Painting 1 Bfi Calclmlnlng, tinting, paper clean- 1 li ing. H. E. Reeves, 2112 Lincoln PB Bo Ave. Phone 2537. Printing I jK For Pr'ntlng call H66. Dcc-Noutc- 1 boom Printing Co., 2362 Wash. Ave. 1 Real Estate 1 J. J. Brummltt, Loans Insurance, n Real Estate. 2402 Washington Ave. 1 Under Utah National Bank, Phono 59 1 jH Storage Batteries 1 fl Recharged, repaired, stored; sat- 1 Isfaction guaranteed. Electric Ser- I 1 vice Co.. 425 24th St 1 Second-hand Goods I 9 New and Second-hand furniture. I H clothing and -hoes, bought, sold or I .fl exchanged: also trunk and suit- I 4M 179 1-2 Twenty-fifth SL 6-13.1yr 1 jffl Switches I fl Your combings wove: $1 strand. 1 jfl Lillian. Baner. 2536 Lincoln Ave W H Tel. 960-W. 2-6-lmo Sanitary Work M Your Garbage hauled regular. San- Itary can furnished free. Sanitary H Garbage Co., Phone 620. :H Shoe Repairs I OGDEN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY I Soles r.ewed for 75c. Rubber heels I 35c. 322 24th St. Stove and Range Repairs I Suramerill's Stove Repair House I I F. Summerill, Sr., 2141 Jefferson I I avenue. Tel. 364. ,F. Summerill, Jr.. 1 2304 Wash. Ave. Tel. 195. A com- fl plete line of repairs and water jack- 9 m ets. Stoves both new and second- B hand. I Spirella Corset I I Mrs. Smith Tel. 661-W. 464 24th. I ?S l-10-2mo 1 SchooLof Music I I FREDRIC MOSS Specialist in I I Voice Culture, Piano, Harmony, Com- H H position. Classes forming constantly. I H A Department of DRAMATIC ART 1 m connection. Write for Circulars D H or call. Phone G03. Suite 323-324 H jM Col. Hudson Bldg., Ogden. 4 10 tf Veterinarian I fl Dr. A. J. Webb, Graduate of OMo 1 State University. 2219 T.'ashington 1 ' 9 Ave. Phone 76. All calls will be I w promptly attended. H 3B Vacuum Cleaners 1 9 One Dollar per day, delivered and M i 9 called for, Electric Seryicj Co.. 2 Phone 88. Up 24th St. I Un Watchmaker and Jeweler 1 ' S SMALLEY'S Watchmakers, Jew- E M elers and Engravers. 336 Twenty- R 'S fifth Street- Phone 1300-J. I p r Wall Paper Cleaned 1 .$j Expert wallpaper cleaners: tinted H walls. Edgren & Poulter, phone 1002 J I Western Foundry and 1 Machine Co. I All kinds of brass and iron cast- i r lngBi Machine, boiler and sheet Iron I work. Phone 647. B Advertisements in this department 1 & cost 75 cents per line per month; I each head to count as two lines. Jt JEWELRY RECOVERED. I Bingham, Utah, April 12 Charles ; i Schmall who was arrested here yes- j 1 terday on the charge of robbing Ruby i Doran of jewelry valued at $1000, to- j day led Policemen Mayer and Patton j , ; to one of the upper levels of the Utah J Copper mine; and showed them the j spot where he had cached the stolen valuables. The jewelry was at onco j taken in possession by the officers. j Schmall will bo charged with either burglary or robbery. . j FRENCH HAND j LAUNDRY Fancy Clothes, Woola, Silks and ); Lace Curtains. Phone 2554-W. F. SPARKS. ' "THAT'S THE STUFF, SCOOP BEAT THE BOSS TO IT" , r Jf " j I 155 ALWAH. OFFER. N N KWW ACCEPT J 3HOOP To EXPLAIN! SpiNfr"TOFI!3E. YH$k? So' ) ' N COMPAWA CHMRy ' ( ! ( ME.TO ( NVf esvGNATlOStR.-Jl 'T Sitting-AT MY KrsS- r P V ClALCr, UW. -yy . FCRVOUURrr 1; i'" ' " j