I J THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914.
1 IS REASSURING
New York Aero Club Confi
dent Specially Equipped
America Can Make
New York, July 14 -The record
made on Saturda last by Rein In M
Boehm at Johannlethel when he re
mained Id Che air for 24 hours and
12 minutes and flow 1,350 miles, has
caused memhrrs of the Aero Club to
fee more confident that Lieutenant
Porto will accomplish his proposed j
I trans-Atlantic flicin In the iiirhoat;
Boehm used ;m ordinary biplane in
his flight, and the fact that it was
not equipped for an endurance test
is an indication according to Henry
Woodhouse of tb . ro club that the
America with her special equipment,
will be able to carry Lieutenant forte
to the Azores without mlsahp.
The route to be followed by Li u
tenant Porte to the Azores is 1,140
miles, or some 210 miles loss than the
distance covored by Boehm.
I; YESTERDAY S GAMES
Washington, July 13. Walter John
son allowed Detroit onlj three Bcat
tcred singles and Washington won
today's same 3 to 9, going Into second
place in the pennant race. Johnson
himself scored the run needed to win
in the fifth inning when he singled,
took second and third on infield outs
and went home on Milan's single.
Shanks tripled in the sixth and scored
on a double steal. Morgan tripled in
the eighth and scored on McBrlde's
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Ni v York. July 13. New York and
Chicago broke even in their double
header today, Chicago winning the
i .. rjing game 2 to 0, and the locals
evening it up in Uip second gam1 by a
?coie of 8 to 1 Walsh bad the better
of a pitchers' battle with Keating in
the first game
New York took the second game by
knocking Faber out of the box tor the
second time in thf series. While Cald
well kept the visitors' hits well scat
Boston, Jnlj It. Collins held CleVe
land to two hits today and Boston
won to 0 The home team made!
many solid drive off Mortons deliv-j
erj but spectacular fielding b Gra (
nc nnd Leibold cut off apparently
rhilsdeiphi. Tuiv 18. Darkness,
due to low hanging clouds delayed
the riiiladelpbia-St. Louis American
ieacii" game here today at the end j
Of the third inning and rain caused s
postponement after the visitors' half
of the fourth inning. The score at
that time was tied at 1 to 1
Brooklyn N. Y . July IS. A stirr
ins twehe-inninc pitchers' duel be
tween Dickson of the Pittsburg Fed
erals and Flnneran of the home team
was broken up today when Steve Ev
ans sent the ball over the right field
vail for a home run Each pitcher
allowed only five hits and but one
base on balls wns given The scor
The Score: R. H E.
Pittsburg 0 .r 2
Brooklyn 1 S 0
Batteries - Dickson and Berry:
Flnneran and Owens.
Baltimore. Md July 1 " Baltimore
and Buffalo split a doubleheader here
today. Buffalo won the first game
10 to and Baltimore the second
6 to 2.
Errors of the borne team were the
principal factors in their defeat in
the opening game in which they drove
Moore and Schultz out of the box
The locals continued their heavy bit
ting in the second game, while Smith
, u,.ffi uitn ..II . . ..iiriri
I First came:
The Score: R H. E.
Buffalo 10 11 2
Baltimore 611 7
Batteries Moore. Schultz. Ford
and Allen, Blair, Wllhelm and Rus
The Score: R H E I
Ball imore I11 1
Buffalo " 7 1
Batteries Smith and Jacklitsch,
Ford, Woodman and Blair.
At Seattle Spokane 4, Seattle '2
At Tacoma Portland 2, Tacoma 4
At Vancouver Victoria 1, Vancou j
Won Lost Pet
Butte 6 0 1000
Ogden 5 1 -833
Helena 4 2 .667
Boise 2 4 .333
Murray 1 5 167
Salt Lake 0 6 .000
Won Lost. Prt j
New York 43 -in .."891
Chicago 41 J7 .526)
St Louis 4U 39 .506
Philadelphia 35 36 .493
Cincinnati 37 4 .481
Brooklyn 34 37 47
Pittsburg 34 37 ,.479
Boston ... 33 41 .448
Won. Lost. Pet
Philadelphia 45 32 584
, Washington . . . 43 35 .551
Detroit 42 3" .545
Chicago 44 38 537
St. Louis 42 38 525
Foston 41 38 .519
New York .29 47 .382
Cleveland 28 51 .354
Won, Lost. Pet
Chicago 46 31 .597
Indianapolis 40 33 .548
I Buffalo 38 33 535
Baltimore 38 35 .621
Brooklyn 36 34 .514
St. Louis 34 44 .436
Kansa- City 32 42 .432
Pittsburg 30 42 .417
Won. Lost. Per.
Milwaukee 47 36 566
LouiSViUe 48 40 .545
Indianapolis 44 41 .518
Kansas City 45 43 .511
Cleveland 43 41 .511
Minneapolis 4J 43 494
Columbus 40 44 .476
St. Paul 32 53 .376
Pacific Coa3t League.
Won Lost. Pet
Los Angeles 58 44 .569
Venice 53 45 541
Portland 48 13 52"
San Francisco 52 5n .510
Sacramento 47 53 .470
Oakland 38 61 .381
Woo. Lost. Pet
Denver 47 33 .588
St. Joseph 47 34 .580
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Sioux City 47 36 f6
Lincoln 43 39 .52-1
Des Moines 44 40 624
Omaha 38 44 46.-
Wichita 34 52 .395
Topeka 31 53 .361
Won. Lost. Pel.
Vancouver .. 55 36 604
Seattle 56 37 602
J Spokane 53 35 .602
Victoria 30 50 43S
Portland 35 66 389
Tacoma 34 59 366
Won Lost. Pet.
Birmingham 46 36 561
Chattanooga 46 40 .535
Atlanta -.41 36 .532
Mobile. ..45 41 .523
Naihrllto 45 41 523
New Orleans 45 41 523
Memphis 38 39 .494
Montgomery 34 56 .378
CLEVELAND BUYS PITCHER.
Vanromer, B. t . July 13 Presi
dent Brown of the Vancouver Base
ball club announced today the sale
of Pitcher Ed Doty to the Cleveland
American League club. The purchase
price is understood to be $"500.
Doty will finish the season with the
I RECORD MADE
Leipsic. July 14 A new world's
record for altitude for an aeroplane
was established here today by Hein-
rich Oelrlch a German aviator who j
rose in his bi plane approximately 24.
606 feet, nearly four and three-quarter
The official world's record, 6600
metres or approximately 21,654 feet
had been established only on July
9 at Johannisthal by Otto Linnekogei.
another German airman
GREAT BRITAIN WINS.
Wimbledon. July 14. Great Britain
today won the third of the singles
niatcheB in the preliminary round
against France in the Dwtght F. Da-'
vis international lawn tennis trophy j
The British team will consequently
meet at Boston the winning team of
the Australasian Canadian - Germany
GERMAN TEAM TO
ENTER CUP CONTEST
Berlin, July 14 Oscar KreuLser
and Otto Froitzheim. the German
lawn tennis players, will leae for the
United States this week to represent
Germany In the preliminaries of the
tournament for the Dwight F. Davis
The intervention of some promi
nent members of the German Lawn
Tennis association who offered to
pay the expenses, brought about the
change in the original decision not
to send a German team
MORE AVIATORS KILLED.
Otchakov, Russia. July 14. Two
moie Russian aviators. Captain Jessa
pow and his mechanic, were killed to
day by falling with their aeroplane
which collapsed during a flight
WHITE AND YOAKUM BOUT.
Denver, Colo., July 14 Charlie
White of Chicago and Stanley Yoak
um of Denver will meet here tonight,
in a twenty-round boxing contest.
Both men will weigh In at slightly un
der 133 pounds In sporting circles
added interest is taken in the match
because of White'? recent favorable
showing in Milwaukee against Willi
Ritchie, former lightweight champl
on White was favorite in the bet
"The Night Hawks" are
coming. Francis X. Bushman
and Ruth Stonehouse, at the i
Isis Thursday. Don't miss it.
AL KAUFMAN QUITS
San Francisco, July 14 Al Kauf
man, a San Francisco pugilist, and
mie-time seriously considered prime
timber for heavyweight championship
honors, announced yesterday his per
manent retirement from the ring
Kaufman was knocked out last Fri
day night in the first fifteen seconds
of ?. uchcduled four-round bout by
Tom McMahon, an eastern fighter.
"It's true. ' said aufraan, "we can't
conn back A man does not seem to
realize until it !s all over that he is
General heaviness prevailed in to
day's early dealings on the stock ex
change In no instances of import
ance was the slightest gain over the
preceding day s closing quotations re
corded, while most of ,the leaders
opened lower. New Haven. Union
Pacific. Southern Pacific, St. Paul,
Norfolk & Western and New York
Central declined material fractions
Canadian Pacific lost a point, falling
under yesterday's low price, and Con
solidated Gas lost as much Partial
recovery ensued before the end of
the Hrst half hour, except, in New
Haven, where selling was resumed.
Chicago, July 14 Hogs Receipts
20.000- weak. Bulk. $8 75fz8.95. light,
I8.60tf8.97 1-2. mixed, 88 50fo9 00;
heavy. 58. 3569 00; rough, $8.358 45
pigs. $7. 8558. 85.
Cattle Receipts 4000; lower;
ilbeevefj $7.70'S. 10 00 : steers, $6. 40 5
l835; stockers and feeders, $5.80
I S.10, cows and heifers, $3.906 9.15;
; calves, $7 5061100.
Sheep Receipts 88,00; lower.;
i gheep, $5.30 to 10; yearlings, $5 85 1
ft 7 30; lambs, $ K 0j B 20.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City, July 14 Hogs Re- j
ccipts 8000. steady, hulk. $8 6568.85;
heav $8.80 8. 85; packers and butch
er? $8.768.90; light, $8 656880,
pigs SS 006 8
Cattle Receipts 2000; steady;
prime fed steers, 9.269.75; dressed j
bet f steers. 8.00&9.26; western
steers, $7 006 9 50; southern steers.'
$6.6008.85; cows, $4.00 7.50; heifers, J
86.60 09.45; stockers nnd feeders, i
$6.i08.35; bulls, $5.2566.75; calves. I
Sheep Receipts 7000; steadv .
lambs. $8.6009.00; earllngs. $6 25Q
7.00; wether, $4.7506.00; ewes, $4.26
05.00; stockers and feeders. $3.50
St Louis Livestock
St. Louis, July 14. Hogs-Receipts
I 700; steady, pigs and lights, $7.50$
9 00. mixed and butchers. $8 906 9.05; I
good heavy. $8 956 9.05.
Cattle Receipts 5800. steady; na j
I live beef steers. $7.5069 75. cows
and heifers. $5.onrT 9.00; stocked and
feeders, $5.007 23; southern steers,
$7,7568.40; cows and heifers. $4 oii
6.66; native calves, $6.00010.60.
Sheep Receipts 750u, steady; na-j
iio muttons, $4.75T5.00 ; lambs, $8.0o
South Omaha Livestock.
South Oiinha, July 14 Hogs Re-1
oelpts 11,200; lower; heavy. $8.50 fj
8.70;' light. $8 5068-75. pigs. $7,756
8.67; bulk of sales. $8.50io 8 60
Cattle Receipts 1400, higher, na
tive steers, $7. 756)9-75 , cows and
heifers $6.50 09.00; western steers,
$6.506'8.50- Texas steers. $6.i(67.85;
cows and heifers, $5.806 7.40. calves,
Sheep Receipts 6000; steady,
yearlings $6 006 6.60; wethers, $5.50
(fi 6 00; lambs, $8.7569 25.
Washington. July 14 Cotton con
sumed during June was 445.635 bales, I
exclusive of linters, compared with
441,157 In June last year, the census
bureau announced todav. Consump
tion lor the ten months ending June
30 was 4.745.390 bales against 4,588,
729 last year.
Liverpool, Julj 14. Wheat, No. 1,1
Manitoba 7s 3 l-2d, No 2, 7s 2d; Oc
tober 6s 7 5 8d; December, 6s 8 34(1
Corn American mixed, 6s 7 1-L'd,
January, 7s 4 l-2d.
Liverpool, Jul 14. Cotton spot. I
iteady; good middling, $8 02, mid
Ulnc. 27.50; low middling, $7.02. sales
London, July 14. Consols for mon
' ey 75 11-16; for account. 75 3-4; bar
silver weak, 25 7-16d: money, 1 1 l"T'
1 3-4; short bills. 26 2 1-8; three
months. 2 1-802 1 4c
St. Joseph Livestock
St Joseph, Mo., July 1 Hogs--Receipts
5500. dull; bulk $8.7068 80
Cattle Receipts 1200; stead , steers
$7. "069. 50; cows and heifer- $4.00 fi
9.00 C al ps. $6.50 10.00.
Sheep Receipts 2300; steady,
CHICAGO HOG MARKET.
Chicago. July 14. Increased arriv
als became about a drain today on
the hog market Prime butcher
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grades, however, were relatiels
SCarca Deaiand for rat tip proved
to be only fair. There was no real
outlet for sheep or lambs.
Chicago. July 14 South Dakota
reports of heavy damage from black
rust steadied the wheat market to
ruv in the face of bearish cables
The ?mount of territory affected by
the plague seemed to have been con
siderably widened and it was said
! that in the districts where the rust
J prevailed the durum wheat was the
only ;riety which had escaped harm
Opening prices which wort- a shade
to 1-4 li 3-8c lower were followed by
'.a recovery to last nights level.
Predictions of rain weakened corn
Selling pressure, however, was not
heavy. After opening l-2c off to 3-8c
up the market underwent a decline
Oats sagged with corn The Julj
I option, especially suffered from lack
of support. Enlarged receipts of hogs
made proUsions ease off. Lard held
up better than pork or ribs.
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f RASPUTIN NOT DEAD.
St. Petersburg, July 14. The re
port that Gregory Rasputin, the monk i
and adviser of the emperor of Russia,
had died from the wound inflicted
on him rdecently b. a woman in Pok
rovsky his native lllage in Toblosk.
Siberia, was unfounded. The monk
was conveyed by steamer to Tumen.
accompanied by the governor "of the
province, the bishop of Toblosk and
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