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For EdltDHal, Newt and Society
Cepaptm-nt, Call Only Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department. Call Phone No. 66,
Advertisers roust have tfcoir copy
ready for the Evening Standard the
evening before the day on which the
advertisement lg to appear in order to
msuro publication. .
The semi-annual election of officer?
of Ogden local No. 74 Woodmen of
the World will be held tomorrow
night at the lodge hall in the Frater
The regular meeting of the Ogden
Educational league will be held in the
court house this evening, at 8
o'clock, (June 3, 1914. i Reports
of committees will be submitted Wil
liam Glasmann will speak on the
school system in operation in Gary,
Ind. T. D Johnson will give a re
view of the reports of the recent sur
vey of the Ogden schools. The pub
lic and teachers are invited to be
present. ( Ad ertisemenU .
Ella Thomas and Jennie Walker,
colored, were arrested last night by
Sergeant Peterson and Patrolman
Manzel and were booked on charges
' ( of vagranc .
Mr?. D I. Gallacher has a fine line
of trunks, bags, suitcases. Get our
prices before you buy. Trunk and
suitcase repairing. 350 24th St, Ju6t
Miss Katherine Fitzgerald, daughter
of Mrs T J. Fitzgerald has
returned from the east, where she has
been attending a young ladies' school.
High taper crown straws are cor
rect. Sold onlv by Ruddick Hats of
Merit. 262 25th St.
A. M Cornell P. M. N. "Mausseur"
Vibratory and Swedish methods for
rheumatic and nervous conditions
Face massage a specialty Treatments
given in vour home b appointment
Phone 2189-M Res. 464 28th St. '-
Yeoman Lecture G. C. Rowinger,
6tate manager of the Brotherhood of
American Yeoman, was in Ogden last
light and while here discussed the
.ylans for the excursion of the Yeo
men to the Panama-Pacific Exposition j
next year. Among other things, he
stated that G. D. Gordon, secretary
and district manager of the order,
would be in Ogden on June 16th to
give an illustrated lecture of the
many attractions that will be seen at
the fair. For this purpose, he carries
No two . noses areaHke
Rfl Have you ever felt the relief HQ
r I of wearing perfect fitting
Kn q asses" If not, our new
H Fits-U Eyeglasses hi
fj will be a revelat'on of com-
v H fort to you, they are so light, B9
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Drop In and examine them, rj
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Makes complete line of Rubber
Stamps, Steel Dies, Stencils,
Corporation and Notary Seals.
Don't Buy Linoleum
Don't Buy Rugs
Don't Buy Rubber Mats
Buy Cork Carpet.
J. W. Whiteley,
! Marion Hotel Bldg.,
I Ogden, Utah.
Lived In Ogden 20 years.
Been away 14 years.
a 20D picture stereopticon equipment
A R Jensen, local manager of the
B. of Y. A is now arranging for Mr.
Gordon's visit and stated last night
that the lectures would be given In
the W. O. W hall.
Word From Miss Gates A commu
nication 'received yesterday by Direc
tor Joseph Ballantyne of the Ogden
Tabernacle choir announced that Mips
I Emma Lucy Gates, the noted Utah
coloratura soprano, was expected to
land at New York on her return from
Europe, on June 5th, and in Salt
Lake City on June 10.
Ford has an expert commercial
photographer For prices phone
208-W. 484 Twenty-fourth St.
Births The following birth reports
have been received at the office of
the city health department thus far
this month: To Mr and Mrs. J. H
Rrfggs, a daughter, June 1; to Mr
and Mr9 Robert Flieman, a son. May
30: to Mr and Mrs. Manus Hansen,
a son, May 17 to Mr and Mrs F. R
Alden, a son, May 27; to Mr. and Mrs
A. S. Charlesworth, a daughter, May
24; to Mr. and Mrs. Horace Alker, a
I son, May 18.
"Kodak Flnishlnsr-The Tripp Studio."
Clara Bruce departed today via the
Denver & Rio Grande for Rockwell,
Iowa, where she will pass the sum
mer Money to loan on diamonds. "78 25th -Hazel
Stlnipson has gone to Ann
Arbor. Michigan, for an extended visit
with relatives and friends
Just Arrived Children's Shepherd
Plaid Rah Rah Hats. Clarks.
Harry Jackson left the city today
via the Denver & Rio Grande, for
65 Call 55 Nlckson Auto Livery 55
D'vorce Granted Yesterday after
noon Judge James A Howell issued
a decree of divorce in favor of the
defendant on her counterclaim, in
the rase of Fred W. Bower against
Augusta Bower, it appearing on ex
parte testimony that the plaintiff had
failed to provide for her and had de
Jerted her Summary action was ta
ken in the case on a stipulation by
attorneys for both sides that it could
be considered that service had been
made and that the facts were at Is
sue Mr. Bower was awarded $5fl
a month alimony. There are no chil
dren. Notice to Subscribers All com
plaints for missing paper must be in
before 7 o'clock to insure delivery. -Examiner
Case In the matter of
the assignment of B R- Bowman etal.
erstwhile lesees of the Ogden Morn
ing Examiner, the assignee, the Pln
gree National Bank, has filed a re
port to th effect that there are suf
ficient funds on hand at this time to
pay a 20 per cent dividend and that
5 per cent more can be paid when
certain real estate and personal prop
erty shall have been disposed of
James Pingree. cashier of the bank,
I makes the statement in the report
that there is now on hand $2,074.74.
See Mitchell Bros, for monumental
' work. Don't pay big commissions to
agents, pictures of monuments are
misleading Yard, 2003 Jefferson Av. -Building
James Pingree 19 spend
ing $1000 remodeling his residence
on Washington avenue, between Thlr
i tieth and Thirty-first streets. Arthur
' Miller Is building a small residence
on Twenty-third street, between Polk
I and Taylor avenues, to cost in the
neighborhood of $800.
Pure Distilled Ice M. L. Jones Coal
& Ire Co 413 24th St. Phone 1603.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. West departed
today for Denver, via the D. & R G
In making B & G. Butter, the manu
facturers do their best and "then
E Conroy, son of Dr E. M
Conroy, has gone to Washington, D.
C, on an extended pleasure trip
Remember that Ford has an expert
commercial photographer ; low prices.
Charles Hastings left this afternoon
for Nashville, Tenn. He will be gone
for several weeks.
Inspection Trip H L. Bell, asslst
I ant superintendent of the Salt Lake
: division of the, Southern Pacific, ar
: rived home this morning from a four
day inspection trip oer the division
I While away, he attended a "safety
first" meeting at Sparks, Nev. Busi
ness conditions in Nevada, he noted,
I are now on the improve, and the peo
pie seem optimistic
Sues on Note In the district court
the Consolidated Wagon and Machine
company has commenced suit against
E. E Hfggmbotham to recover $223 88
and Interest alleged to be due on ac
count. Burglary Charge District Attorney
John C Davi6 has filed an Informa
tion against W. P. Reardon and Q
Barnett. charging them with burglar
izing a Rio Grande box car March 16,
1!14. Seven guns were stolen from
the car at the time of the burglary.
Mrs Ludwlg and daughter Kather
ine departed this afternoon for Den
ver, via the Denver & Rio Grande.
Summer School In connection with
the free summer school classes, In
manual training and sewing, that have
been organized at the Ogden high
school, classes In elementary subjects
will be organized Friday morning at
I I G. FRED BUSCH
Office: 526 25th Street. Phone 2334.
Business Systems based on Simplicity and
Common Sense, which give results. Auditing
V Special Examinations Facts. 35 years
Reference: Any bank or business house In Ogden.
the same institution. All persons de
siring such instruction are requested
to enroll on that date mentioned to
get the full benefit of the course.
Railroad Officials T. C. Peck, gen
eral passenger agent, and J H. Man
derfield, assistant general freight and
passenger agent, of the Salt Lake
Route, will arrive in Ogden this af
ternoon While here they will be en
tertained on a trip through Ogden
canyon and at a dinner at the Weber
club, as guests of the Weber club.
Marriage Licenses Marriage li
censes have been issued to Charles
F. Butterfield and Nellie E. Andrews
of Ogden; John Chipp and Joslin
Garner, also of Ogden, and to William
Ambrose Wright and Adelia C We6t
Arrested August Myers and Bert
Rogers were arrested last night and
placed in the county jail pending fur
ther investigation of an alleged theft
of shoes and other articles from a
bunk house at Uintah. Section men
on the railroad complained of the
Students Depart Most of the stu
dents of the deaf and blind school
will depart for their homes for the
summer vacation this evening and the
others will leave early tomorrow
Dee Hospital Andrew Warren of
Ogden and Guy Patterson of Plats
mouth. Neb., were admitted to the
Dee hospital today for treatment.
Investigates Breaking of Dam City
Engineer Washington Jenkins has
gone to the scene of the Hatohtown
flood In southern Utah to make In
vestigations into the breaking of the
reservoir and also to Inquire as to
the cause of the break in the dam
Going to Canyon City Commission
er Chris Flyfare has been busy at his
home in Ogden canyon the past two
days making preparations to move
his family tfiere for the summer.
Utah Hot Springs first free
dance, tonight good music
and floor. Advertisement.
READ FUNERAL IS
HELD HI SALT LAKE
The funeral of Walter E Read, who
was drowned in the Ogden river last
Sunday night, will be held from the
residence of the father. W. P. Read.
760 East Fir6t South street. Salt Lake,
at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Bl6hop
George H. Wallace will preside and
there will be a number of speakers.
A special train was run over the
Bamberger road to accommodate em
ployes of the Ogden Rapid Transit
company, friends of Mr. Read, who de
sired to attend the funeral.
It being reported to the city board
of commissioners this morning that
jurisdiction had been gained for build
ing sidewalk on Harrison avenue, be
tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
j streets, the engineer was Instructed
to draw plans and specifications.
The petition for watermains on
Quincy avenue, between Twenty
j eighth and Twenty-ninth streets, was
referred to the superintendent of wa
terworks. Petitions for 6ewer mains on Pat
I terson avenue, between Grant and
Lincoln avenues, and for extension of
water main in the same district were
referred to the superintendents of
streets and waterworks, respectively
FLAGPOLE TO UGH
A TON AND DEI DO
Chairman James Wardleigh of the
Elks "Flag day' committee is super
intending excavating on the city hall
square for the 13-foot concrete base,
in which the Immense steel flagpole
that is to be presented to the city by
the Ogden Elks lodge on "Flag dav"
will be set. The flagpole will be
100 feet in height, measuring from the
upper surface of the base, to the ball
at the top and will weigh one ton.
It 16 being made by the Western
Foundry and Machine company of Og
den and will be delivered to the lodge
within the next few days.
The committee has arranged an
elaborate program in connection with
the presentation of the flagpole and
flag and, for the first time In Ogden.
the ritual service of the lodge will
be given in public in the open air. The
program will be as follows:
..Exalted Ruler W. E. Sanderson
History of the Flag A. E. Pratt
The Altar Service ...Lodge Officers
Song, "Auld Lang Syne"
Lodge Members, accompanied by
A. F of M. Band.
Elks' Tribute to the Flag
Hon. J. A. HowU
Address Governor William Spry
Presentation of Flag and Flagpole
to the City C. A Bovd
Unfurling of Flag Exercises
-Accompanied by A. F. of M. Band
Acceptance Mayor A. G. Fell
National Salute Co. B, N. G U
Closing Song, "America". . Audience
Accompanied by A. F of M. Band
The program will commence at 3
P m., on Sunday, June 14.
The committee. In charge of the
formal opening of the Elks' summer
garden has announced its postpone,
ment from June 10 to June 11. The
first observation of Ladies' Day at
tho lodge rooms has been announced
for the afternoon of June 17.
Hedwig Stavne, a Russian woman
120 yearB of age. still works every
day as a goose horder. and is able
to sew without the use of glasses.
PRETTY GIRLS IRE
GREETED BY THREE
When the party of fifteen prettv
girls from Portland, Ore., arrived on
an Oregon Short Line train from the
north at 9 o'clock thi6 morning, Wal
ter Dalton, J. L Kelliher. and W. R.
Buschjoet a committee from the lo
cal lodge W. O. W, were at the
Union depot to bid them welcome and
to present to Miss Lina Ostervold,
who represents the Woodmen of Ore
gon, a bouquet of roses
Queen Thelma handed the youne
man a proclamation of appreciation
In the meantime the chaperones were
After a fifteen-minute stop, the par
ty proceeded on Salt Lake
The personnel of the "Portland Rose
festival' girls follows
Queen, Miss Thelma Holltngsworth
of the Harriman club. Miss Hazel
Hoyt of the Pacific Telephone & Tele
graph company, Miss Alice Husby of
the Made-ln-Oregon & Electric club;
Miss Helen Fitzgerald of the S. P.
& S R. R , Miss Estella McCarl, Po
lice Athletic association; Miss Lina
Ostervold, Woodmen of the World;
Mi6s Helen Mclven of Pipman, Wolfe
& Co.; Miss Sadie Vigus, Portland
Ad club; Miss Leola Martin, United
Artisans; Miss nna Tierney, Port
land fire department; Miss Beulab
Barrlnger, Progressive Business Men's
club, Miss Man- McKlnnon. East Side
Business Men's club, all maids to the
queen Mrs. Davis Campbell, chap
eron, Mrs. W. P. Strandborg, pub
llclty representative Portland Rose
Festival; Phil S. Bates, manager of
! RESERVOIR BREAKS AND
LAND SOOTH OF THE
A small reservoir In the vicinity of
Jefferson avenue and Thirty-eighth
street, the property of the Stephens
Brothers, broke this morning and was
the means of flooding much land
south of the elty,
From this reservoir the county has
been getting water with which to
sprinkle the Rlvrdale road Chairman
Moroni Skeen of the board of county
commissioners states that the damage
will be small and that it will requirw
but a few days to repair the reser
voir for further use.
HUNTS! LE MUTUAL
An especially interesting program
has been arranged for the 6ummer
work of the HunLsville Mutual Im
provement associations of the Mor
mon church, according to Joseph L
Peterson, who was In the city this
The summer course of meetings
will commence next Sunday night,
when Heber Scowcroft will address
the members of the two associations.
I in connection with a special musical
program Other speakers who have
been listed to give addresses on dif
ferent subjects, during the summer,
are Dr Brimhall of the Latter-day
Saint? university. Apostle David O
McKay. Judges N. J Harris and J A
Howell, Dr E I. Rich, Thomas E.
McKay and City Sanitary Inspector
At the meetings special musical
numbers will be rendered
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transfers
have been placed on file in the coun
ty recorder's office:
George O Poulsen and wife to Mo
roni Skeen, part of the southeast quar
ter of section 32, township 7 north,
range 2 west, Salt Lake meridian;
Arthur Ramsden and wife to Phas
C Miles, lots 47 and 4S, block 11.
Lake View addition, Ogden survey,
Phebe J Bingham to Edwin F Bing
ham. et al., a part of the north-east
quarter of section 5, township R north,
range l west. Salt Lake meridian,
Henry Peterson and wife to h F
Petterson, part of lot 3. block 30,
plat C. Ogden survey; consideration
Peter C Wangsgaard and wife to
C F Felt, lot $, block S, Huntsville
survey; consideration $1100.
Almeda A Green and husband to
W. M Howell, lot 1 and a part of lot
2. block 10, Central Park addition,
Ogden survey; consideration $3000.
John Smedlng and wife to Mrs. Ir
vine Wharton, lot R0, block 2, Vallev
View addition, Ogden survey, consid
Paris France, June 3. President
Polncare Is desinus of Showing
Colonel Roosevelt every courtesy dur
ing his forthcoming visit to France
and today gave orders to hav the
special presidential railroad car In
readiness for the colonel on his ar
rival at Cherbourg. The car is to be
attached to the special boat train for
It Is understood Colonel Roosevelt
will be received by the president Saturday,
BE ERECTED IN
THIS CITY "
If an agreement can be reached by
representatives of the Ogden, We
ber and North Weber stakes as to a
site on which to build, a Joint office
building win be erected In this city
for the use of the three stakes.
The general officials of the church
have signified a willingness to give
financial aid to such an undertaking
In conformity with their plan to build
an Office huildlng in one stake each
year One building for the use of the
three local stakes Is an exception, ow
ing to their centralizing in Ogden.
The building, If erected, will coat
several thousand dollars and will be
of fire-proof construction. The rep
resentatives of the three stakes are
endeavoring to come to an aereement
as to a building site, as that question,
It is understood Is all that stands n
the way of the structure being built
WEATHER CAUSES THE
CALLING OFF OF
Owing to the heavy rain of the
morning and also the press of busi
ness affairs of the railroad conference
which closes today In Salt Lake City,
; the scheduled visit of the large party
! of officials of the Gould railroads
to Ogden this nfternoon was called off
at 11 o'clock this morning
The Weber club had planned to en
terlaln the party in a most hospitable
manner and regretted very much the
circumstances which prevented.
Three prominent officials. F. A.
Wadlelgh. passenger traffic manager
of the Denver & Rio Grande, with
headquarters at Denver, C. A Tori
ence. freight agent of the Gould lines,
with headquarters at Chicago; I. A.
Benton, general agent of the D &
R. G., with headquarters at Salt Lake
City, enme tn Ogden this morning
with General Agent Frank Fout6 of
the local branch of the D & R G.. and
passed several hours discussing busi
Mrs James H. Spargo will enter
tain the ladies of the "500" club at
her apartments in the Peery, Friday
MRS. H. L. BELL RETURNS.
Mrs. H L Bell, accompanied by
her aunt, Mr3 S. Jefferls of Sjn
Diego, returned from a two months'
trip throughout California, last Sun
day. Mrs. Bell reports a most de
lightful tour of all California's points
MRS. FELLOWS HOSTESS.
Mrs Addle Fellows entertained at
a course dinner last Sunday at her
home, 126 Poplar avenue, Mrs. Belle'
M Hedge, deputy state commander,
of the Maccabees and other mem-'
bers of the order. The dinner was
delicious and was followed by a
pleasant social hour.
TO ATTEND BALL AND BANQUET.
Dr and Mrs J. R Morrell and
j Thomas E. McKay go down to Salt
Lake this evening to attend the Uni
versity of Utah alumni banquet and
ball at the Utah HotH
SALT LAKE GUESTS.
Mr and Mrs. D W Scrlbner of
Salt Lake are the guesu of the week
of Mrs. E. Stevens at her home, 2603
Mrs. Fred Cannon of Salt Lake is
in Ogden for a week visiting her
mother, Mrs. Kathryn Pearson.
SAN FRANCISCO VISITORS.
Mrs J C Llttlefleld. accompanied
by her mother. Mrs. Eudey.
and little daughter arrived
from San Francisco Monday.
Mrs. Eudey will be the guest of her
sister, Mrs Austin, while Mrs. Llttle
fleld will visit with Mrs E. A. Llt
tlefleld at her home, 2628 Madison
Thursday evening Weber Camp No
-74. Woodmen of the World, will hold
their semi-annual election of officers
in the W. O W hall in the Frater
London, June 3 The suffragettes
today again assaulted Dr. Francis
Edward Forward, medical officer of
Holloway Jail Two women armed
with horsewhips sprang onto the doc
tor as he left the prison and were
punishing him severely when a po
liceman came to his rescue
The women declared their action
was "a protest against the forcible
feeding for which this beast is re
sponsible" Dr. Forward refused fn
charge them with assault, but the po
lice detained them on a charge of dis
orderly conduct On October 11
1913, Dr. Forward was attacked in a
An arson squad burned a largo
cricket pavilion at EarLsfleld. south
west of London. Another squad set
fire to a country residence near Bel
fast, but the blaze was extinguished
with small damage
Miss Mary L Boyd, 75 years of
age: is still teaching school at Spring
field, Mo., and is now rounding out
her fiftieth year of service in the
public schools of that city.
-m. j Ogden Theater j I
Wttk J. Warren Kerrigan I
WjP'' '; M Animated Weekly 'BBS
V,-v:v jH Universal Ike Wtfh
J. WARREN KERRIGAN "SAMSON" PP
SSAL) Wonderful 6 reel Feature. I
IN SECOND RACE
Associated Press Boat, Off Glen
cove, Long Island, June 3 (By Wire
less) The yacht Resolute, owned hv
the Flag Officers' syndicate of the1
New York Yacht club, defeated Alex
ander S. Cochran's sloop Vanitie this
afternoon in the second race prelim
inary to the selection of the Amer
ica's cup defender.
Although only a few lengths sepa
rated the boats at the finish, ttv
Resolute in reality won by a consid
erable margin, 6lnce she received I
from her rival a tlm allowance of
mor than three minutes
The result today leaves one race
to the credit of each contender since
the Vanitie won yesterday's contest
by a margin of nearly 17 minutes.
Associated Press Boat, Off Glen
cove Long Island. June 3. (By Wire
less). The second of the preparatory
races held to select the yacht that
win defend the America's cup this
year from a British challenger, began
on Long Island sound this afternoon
with weather that promised a repeti
tion of yesterday's conditions.
The Vanitie, owned by Alexander
Smith Cochran, and winner of the
first contesL was out-Jockeved at the
start by the Resolute with Charles
Francis Adams II at the helm and
crossed the line twelve seconds be
hind her rival. The official time of
the start was-
Vanitie 12 16.42.
The race today was over a course
to windward and leeward, each leg
a trifle over 6 1-4 mlle6, sailed four
Limes, a total distance of 25 1-2 miles
It lay between Great Captain's island
light and Mott's Point on the west
side of Hempstead bay.
The yachts crossed the line in a
seven-knot breeze. raiU under on the
starhoard tack, scarcely a biscuit tossl
Resolute Gains Thirty Seconds.
In the first half four of the race.
Resolute had gained nearly half a
minute on her rival and was about'
200 yards ahead.
The committee decided on a wind
ward and leeward race. The course!
was from a point ene mile south of
Great Captain's Island light to a
mark off Mott point on the west
side of Hempstead bay, about seven
and a half miles, sailed twice for the
round, and four times, thirty miles j
for the race.
The official time for the start was:
Resolute 12 16-30.
Vanitie 12 16:42
On Board U. S S. California. Ma
zatlan. Mexico. May 20 ( Bail
Francisco. June 3 ) That Mazatlan
will fall 16 a foregone conclusion in
the opinion of the townspeople, its
capture appearing to depend entirely
upon the wishes of General Obregon.
commanding the constitutionalist
forces There are 200 federal troops
bottled up in the city and unable to
do any offensive work. General Obre
gon thus was permitted to send the
main body of his army toward Guada
lajara for the purpose of cutting rail
road communication between the west
coast and Mexico City The object of
this move was to prevent arms and
ammunition landed at Manzalllo from
reaching Huerta's forc-v
The American naval forces on the;
west coast, under the command of
Admiral Howard, have been carrying!
out a policy of strict neutrality, their;
primary object being to assist Amer-j
icans and forsign-rs to leave Mai
ico. Many, however, have preferred
to remain, relying on General Obre-I
I gon's promise to safeguard the lives
and property of all foreigners.
With the fall of Mazatlan immi
nent, there is some speculation as to '
Just how safe noncombatants will be J
In the neutral zone which Admiral)
Howard succeeded in having estah
llshed. The temper of the Datives Ifl
such that their actions cannot be
Seven hundred feather-bedecked!
Yaqul and Mayo Indians are concen
trated on Pledras Island, which com
mands the harbor of Mazatlan and
which is within 2i0ft yards of the
city ThepH Indians, grouped into a
so-called regiment, are commanded hy
Colonel Manuriguez. a Mexican from'
the wilds of Chihuahua.
Mannrlguez apparently is not In!
sympathy with the waitingpollcy of
hi? thief, General Obregon "If U6
general," he said to the Assochted,
Press correspondent yesterday,
"would only give the word. "I could
take the city without any assistance
His heart is too warm."
He said he had three- 60-mlllimetre
guns on the beach
Emplacements have been construct
ed for the artillery on the island com
manding the harbor entrance. Out in
the open on the sand stands the field
piece that was u?ed effectively in the w
attack upon the stranded federal ft,.' I
cruiser Morelos, which was later dy-
namlted by two German officers in T'
the constitutionalist army, assisted by K;
the Mexican, Evaristo Jaramillo.
AMERICAN LEAGUE j
Score: R. H. E. I
Cleveland 3 SI H f
Chicago a a ei I
St. Louis 9 fl I
Detroit ......H I
Washington 2 6 0 I
New York 0 6 0 I
Batteries Shaw and Henry; Cald
well and Nunamaker. p
Washington g jg Q
New York a a I
Philadelphia 1 0 18 0 I
Boston 1 6 1 I.
Batteries Wckoff and Schang;
Collins. Cooper and Thomas. f
Philadelphia Q g R
NATIONAL LEAGUE f
Chicago 6 11 4
Pittsburg 5 9 3 if.
Batteries Humphries. Ch3ney and F
Archer . Harmon Kantlehner, 6'Toole
St. Louis 6 10 1 i
Cincinnati 2 6 1
Batteries Sallee and Wingo: Ro
wan, Adams and Clark. Gonzales.
Boston 3 9 1
Brooklyn 6 12 4
Batteries Rudolph. Strand and
Gowdy, Rucker and Miller.
New York .777.. 3 7 2
Philadelphia 10 12 0
Batteries Demaree, Shuer. Schupp
Mevers and McLean; Alexander and
FEDERAL LEAGUE i
Kansas City H
St. Louis era Bf I
Buffalo 3 6 3 I
Pittsburg 3 11 2
i Batteries Anderson and Blair:
i Camnitz and Berry.
Baltimore 4 9 3 I
Brooklyn 10 11 1
Batteries Wilhelm. Yount and
Jacklitsch. Latitte, Connelly and
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