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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14. 19 f4 u
j Finish Wrestling Match MIDDLEWEIGHTS ) Colonial Hall Friday, October 16lh, 1914 I j DOORS OPEN AT 8:30. I Jack Harbertson 1 OGDEN, UTAH. I Fred (Demon) Bartel S I THE SPEED DEMON OF THE WORLD. J Ringside, $1.50; General Admission, $1.00. mi tA Children, 50c. We Promise the Classiest Match Ever Seen in Utah. J Sports I OFFICIAL AVERAGES IN WORLD SERIES Boston, Oct. 13 The official bat I Ung and fielding averages of the Braves and Athletics for the 1914 series, riven out late tonight, follow : Boston Batting Averages G AB. R. H. Pet , Gc"dv, c .4 11 3 6 .545 ;; Evers 2b 4 16 2 7 .438 Rudolph, p 1 6 1 2 .333 Maranville. ps. . . . 4 13 1 4 .307 bchmidt, lb 4 17 2 5 .294 a Mann. If and rf 3 7 1 2 286 . Whltted, rf .4 14 2 3 .214 Deal. 3b 4 16 1 2 .125 lon Connolly, if 3 9 1 1 .111 r Mornn. rf 3 13 2 1 .077 I l ather, If 1 5 0 0 .000 ft Jerries, p 2 4 0 0 .000 fill I Tlfr. p 1 3 0 0 .000 Devorr- 1 1 0 0 .000 V- Gilbtrt ......... 1 0 0 0 .000 'he j Totals 135 16 33 .244 e ; Fielding Averages V G. PO. A. E. TC. Pet. Schmidt lb... 4 52 3 0 55 1 000 i Gow.l". c . . 4 31 4 ii 35 1 000 ' I Df-al, 3b 4 6 11 0 17 1,000 T ler. p 1 1 5 0 6 1 nu'i ' . Vliittpd, cf. . 4 5 0 0 5 1 000 1 James t 2 0 5 0 5 1-000 D Rr.dolph. p.. . . 2 0 3 0 3 1 000 I Cather, If 1 2 0 0 2 1.000 , Mann, n . If. 2 1 0 4 1 1.000 i Evers. 2b .... 4 8 16 1 25 .960 -v Matanvillp, ic. 4 7 13 1 21 .960 t0. Connolly. If.. . 3 2 2 1 5 .800 I Moran. rf 3 ' u 1 3 667 Totals .... 117 62 4 183 .978 'j. Philadelphia Batting Averages. 1 G A.B. H H Pet. I ,B WNPkoif. p 1 1 0 1 1.000 : Sfcawkex p 2 2 0 1 .500 I . Walsh, cf 3 6 0 2 .333 Btrnnk. cf 2 7 0 2 .286 I V Fakpr. 3b 4 16 0 4 250 1 id Collins. 2b 4 16 0 3 214 u. 1 e i tb ; 2 Gold Medals n I 5 1 Silver Medal ; and a Diploma Awarded Hewlett Broth ers Manufacturing Com pany at the Utah State Fair. Fitting awards to goods of quality. HEWLETT'S Teas, Coffees, Extracts, Spices, Baking Powder, etc. (We give no premiums prizes rebates to a any Physician for a recommending you S to us. J We depend upon the I s quality of our drugs I and our work. s m That's the Culley idea. B Murphy, rf 4 16 2 3 .188 Schang, c 4 12 1 2 .167 Mclnnes, lb 4 14 2 2 .143 Barry, ss 4 14 1 1 .071 Oldring. If 4 15 0 1 .067 Bush, p l 5 o 0 .000 Bender, p i 2 0 0 .000 Plank, p i 2 o 0 .000 Pennock, p l 1 0 0 .000 Lapp, c l i o 0 .000 Totals 128 6 22 .172 Fielding Averages. G. PO A. E. TC. Pet. Barn', ss 4 5 21 0 26 t 0OQ Collins. 2b 4 9 12 0 21 1.000 Bakor. 3b 4 10 15 0 25 1 000 Oldrlng. If 4 6 0 0 6 1.000 Murphy, rf 4 4 0 0 4 1.000 Stmnk, cf 2 4 0 0 4 1.000 Bender, p..... 1 1 3 0 4 1.000 Lapp, c 1 2 1 0 3 1.000 Shawkey, p . 1 0 3 0 3 1.000 Walsh, cf 3 2 0 0 2 1 .000 Plank, p 1 0 l o 1 1 000 Wvckofr, p . . 1 1 0 0 1 1 000 Mclnnis, lb 4 50 1 1 52 .981 Schnng, c 4 17 4 1 22 .955 Bush, p l 0 5 1 6 .833 Pennock. p 1 o 0 0 0 .000 Totals Ill 66 8 180 .989 STANDING OF CLUBS Pacific Coast League. Won. Lost. Pet Portland 104 78 .571 San Francisco 109 89 .551 Los Angeles 106 90 5 41 Venice 105 92 533 Missions 86 112 .434 Oakland 74 123 .3C, Portland 3 6 2 Oakland 4 10 2 Batteries Higlnhotham and Fish er; Proguh and Ekffifse Second Game. Portland 4 g 3 Dakland .0 5 4 Batteries Hlgglnbothnm and Fisher; Geyer, Grimes and Alexander Los Angeles .0 5 0 Missions flu Batteries Love, Ryan and Meek Stroud and Lynn. 5an Francisco 9 13 2 Venice 7 9 0 Batteries Pernoll, Fanning. Stand idge and Sepulveda; Koeetnr White ind Elliott. SHORTSTOP A BENEDICT. Chicago, Oct 13 George David iVeaver, better known as "Buck " shortstop and captain of the Chicago iVhite Sox, today obtained a license .0 marry Miss Helen Cook of this Slty. He gave his age as 23 vean ind his residence as Chicago. FOOTBALL PLAYER DIES OF INJURIES Jersey City. N J, Oct. 14 Charles ? Hayes, 18 years old, died todav :f injuries received in a football game Monday. He was a player on the Ford ham university preparatory' school team. In a game with St Pe ter's college he tackled the man with the ball and many of the others fell on him A kick In the stomach caused injuries which an operation failed to alleviatp. UU Coming tomorrow Verna Meseraux in the Salome dances, at the Globe. Adver tisement. 00 WOMAN DOCTOR FOR FIELD SERVICE I New York, Oct. 14 Dr. Marv M ; Crawford of Brooklyn has been cho , sen as one of the six American sur geons, selected through a fund start cd by the Duchess of Tallevrand. for hospital and field service In France. Dr Crawford will leave on board the Rochambeau, which starts on Satur day for Havre. Dr. Crawford was born In Nyack, N. Y , in 1884 She waa graduated from Cornell university in 1904, and from the medical school three years later In college she rowed stroke on the girls' crew. CHURCHES BLOWN UP BYJOMBS St. Patrick's Cathedral and St. Alphonsus Rectory in New York Shattered. New York. Oct. 14.-From bits of iron picked up in both St. Patricks' cathedral and in the yard of the St Alphonsus rectory in West Broad way, the police believe that the bombs exploded yesterday afternoon and early today at the two edifices were the work of the same person or persons. That the bomb In the cathedral was placed there by a demented person was the opinion expressed by Monsig nor Lavelle, who left the scene of the explosion a few minutes before it occurred. The explosion rendered a boy, kDeeling In prayer, thirty feet away unconscious, and tore a hole In the floor several feet wide, splintered nearby pew doors and chipped the marble celling. The bomb In the areaway at St Alphonsus church exploded seven hours after the one at the cathedral and slightly injured a priest It is believed to have contained a high er charge of explosive from the fact that windows in the rectory and near by buildings were shattered or loos ened so that they fell from their frames. The shock of both explo sions was felt for several blocks Man Shouts at Holy Trinity Between the explosion of the two bombs, a man. who said he was Olaf Olsen, stationed himself at the en trance of Holy Trinity church in West Eighty-second street and attempted to deliver an antt-clerical speech and to shout objectionable remarks at persons entering and coming out of the church. In rommon with several churches last spring. St. Alphonsus on March 5, was visited by an army of unem ployed under the leadership of Frank Tannenhaum The men forced their way Into the church and almost all of them were arrested. Tannenhaum was found guilty of participating in an unlawful assemblage and sentenc ed to serve a year In the Blnckwi-il Island penitentiary and to pay a fino of $500 He has served a little more than half of his term FRENCH SOLDIERS' RESISTING POWERS Bordeaux. Oct 14. 2 40 a m. The powers of resistance of fatigue of the French soldiers Is 6 per cent greater than that oV the German soldiers, de clares Dr. Philip Tlssie, an eminent physician, who made observations of 151 French and 256 German wounded ; In the Pau hospital. The observa tions were made with Pachon's oscil lometer, which shows the effect of fatigue on the blood circulation. According to Dr Tlssie the Im mense efforts which are demanded of the Germans greatly reduce then recuperative power Their blood, he says, is poisoned by fatigue to such an extent that when they die their bodies Immediately decompose W between the first few puffs and the last few puffs?" That's a fair question. The answer is No difference. The long, specially-blended filler in your mild Tom Moore stays mild right down to the last draw. If you like cigars that are smokable from tip to tip be 6ure to ask for the mild Tom Moore. An especially handsome shape is the "Monarch" size. Tom Moore CIGAR rVrrVcto Grand 15'. 2 Cor IS - Montrch lO' Straight I ?2W Corvcha Grand 3 for 25' m 1 nttntSiWAt fc MUbbR Ogden, Utan. SNAKE CHARMERS COMMIT MURDER Twenty-year-old Girl and Eighteen-year-old Farmer Kill Wealthy Man. PURPOSE WAS ROBBERY Deed Nets Penniless Fugitives Only Twenty-three Dollars Expected Large Sum. Chicago, Oct. 14. Miss Ruth Mc Cullough, a 20-year-old "snake charm er," and her companion, Clarence Mc Cormlck, 18-year-old son of a Lancas ter, Mo , farmer, were arrested hero today charged with the recent mur der of Irvln W. Melotte, a wealthy farmer of Mellotte. and are said by the police to have confessed the;r guilt in writing Mollatt, according to Information received here at the time of the murder, was shot while in his auto mobile, and his head crushed. Three Penniless Fugitives. The purpose of the murder, which occurred October 6, was robbery The arrest was made early today by Sher iff W. E. Knox of Ottumwa. la., and Sheriff E J Grimes of Keokuk coun ty, assisted by a local detective as the pair were about to be evicted from a West Side rooming house for non-payment of rent The fugitives were penniless The robbery netted them only $23, and McCormick had been unable to obtain employment The girl was to have gone to work today as a waitress. The "snake charmer" was a follow er of county fairs and street car nivals and McCormlrk met her at one of these in Illinois. He became madly infatuated and followed her from place to place Mollatt was believed to carry large sums with him. and McCormick and the girl are alleged to have lured him out of the village of Iledrlek on t ho pretext that he would meet a Miss Je69le Springer. In whom he s said to hae been interested The alleged murderers stole a ride on a freight train to a small junc tion town, 30 miles from Monmouth, 111., and then took a passenger tram to Chicago. They were traced by means of a letter which McCormick rote to a friend. LOCKJAW TOXIN FOR SOLDIERS Philadelphia Receives Order for Six Thousand Packages to Vaccinate Allies' Men. Philadelphia, Oct 14 An order for 6000 packages o-f lockjaw antitoxin for the French and English troops has been placed with a loril firm of chemical manufacturers bye Brit Ish government, it was annoiT-Ced to night It was understood the remedy was to be used especially for the 1m munlzatlon of troops who are ob liged to fight In trenches A member of the contracting firm said that the tetanus germs are par ticularly prevalent in earth and that the French and English military au thorities propose to Inoculate the soldiers before they are allowed to go in the trenches The order Is one of the largest ever placed in this country for lockjaw antitoxin and It will take from six to eight months to manufacture it oo Coming tomorrow "Morah, the Pithoness," Rosmary The by at the Globe. Advertisement. HEAD OF LDCAL OH OED MEN Earl R. Oeiger, the well known lo cal fraternal man, received notice of his appointment to tno office of state deputy Great Incohonee of the Im proved Order of Red Men, for Utah The office was conferred on th Ogdon man hy Frederick O. Downeili Great Incohonee for the United States. There are now three ledges In Utah one In Ogdon. one in Salt Lake and one in Bingham Mr. Gelger expects now to devote some time to the upbulldiug of the order In this locality. on MASS MEETING AT THE IH SCHOOL A mass meeting Is to be held to night at the Ogden high school for the purpose of Informing parents of high school students regarding mili tary drill A committee of students has arranged for the meeting, which has the approval of Principal J. E. Bee6on and Supt. J M. Mills. Tho principal speaker will be Ad jutant General Wedgowood of Utah and other speakers will be Principal George A. Eaton of the Salt Lake high school. Captain Webb, command ant of the Salt Lake CadetH, Princi pal J. E. Beeson of the Ogden high school, and several members of the Students1 committee. O addition to the sneaking, two reels of moving pictures will be show u One of the reels is a record of the demonstration given by the Salt Lake Cadets on Governor's day, , O) m I Daniels Closes Shop I I STORE CLOSED Thursday and Friday in Preparation for the most I I TERRIFIC PRICE-CUTTING I I I Quit Business I I I Sale I Ever Known in Ogden's History Complete $25,000 Men's and Boys' Clothing f$'l 1 Stocks Will be Offered at Prices That Stagger Belief. fe As We Must Quit Walk-Over Shoe St ore Will Occupy Our Store Soon. I Sale 1 1 I Begins Saturday, Oet. 17th. at 9 a.m. I EnS Arrange to Attend To Miss This Sale Means to Ignore ECONOMY. See Friday Morning and Friday Evening Papers for Prices Matchless Values. I Ij I f Daniels Clothes Shop) I j 2473 WASHINGTON AVENUE. j f t Next Door to Reese Howell's Store. I rsssWB-1 r, m I ' and the other will be a comedy reel. The meeting Is to begin at 8 o'clock FOUNDATION FOR THE CEREAL PLSNT The J. P. O'Neill Construction com pany is to start next Monday to lay the foundation of the Utah Cereal Food company's plant at Twenty-ninth : et and Pacific avenue. While this work is under way. bids for the su pi Structure of the building will be considered. Material for the elevators, which are to be built by the Burrell Engi D ring and Construction company ol Chicago, is now arriving and construc tion work will begin soon. There are to be six reinforced grain tanks with a capacity of 50,000 busshels no- Real Estate Transfers P E. Stephens and wife to Frank Gowatz lots 30 to 33, inclusive, block 89, Lake View addition, Ogden sur vey. Consideration, $100. Edward Bichsel and wife to E. Neuteboom, lot 6. block 2. plat B Og den survey. Consideration $2000. Peter H Sbup to Sarah Shup' a part of the northeast quarter of sec tion 1. township 6 north, range 1 east. Salt Lake meridian Consideration $1. Laurlnda G Jones to Heber A Per i i-lius. a part of the northwest quar ter of section 2C, township r north. r;nge 1 west, Salt Lake meridian onsideratton. $1 VALUE OF AIR CRAFT IN WAR, One Aeroplane as Valuable as a Division of Cavalry to Army. Paris, Oct 14. 9:10 a. m. The ac tivity of German aeroplanes over Par is has brought up a gonfral discus sion of the value of these machines In warfare and a recital of thrilling aerial duels between French and Ger man machines. One French corps commander is quoting as saying that, in his opinion, ii single aeroplane Is as valuable as a division of cavalry. Aeroplanes are Of the greatest service In preventing surprises, and few Important move ments of troops havo been made which have not been reported prompt y by aerial scouts. Daring Air Encounter. A daring encounter took place re cently between a Qertnan monoplane ind a French biplane during a crlt ral moment In the execution of an mportant maneuver north of the rtv Mr Olso The German machine was ion sailing over the French lines Just aefore a strong detachment of troops n n north Far the success of this maneuver it was vital that this sen try of the air be removed apd a French biplane undertook the respon ilbility The French machine gainpd an alti tude greater than that of the German, but even this adantage was not suf ficient to drive the scout away In a darine die. in which he braved a heavy fire from the French lines, the Herman descended to a height ot 1000 yards and skilfully avoiding the French machine, headed for the Ger man lines. The Frenchman seemed SCOWCROFT'S Never- Rip WORKCLOTHES are expertly built of durable materials to withstand the most severe wear. Union made by union maids SAY NEVER-RIPS to your deal er. No others so satisfy. to have the advantage In speed. For E a while the German was successful In keeping out of reach of the French- W man, but the biplane, continuing its I night at a considerable height, finally I attained an advantageous position. 9 Then there could be heard the quick and sharp reports of a machine gun on the French flyer The monoplane j floated for a few moments as if the, i pilot had lost control and, then, flut- j tering like a wounded bird on the wing, the machine started an oblique flight downward, finally crashing to j JUST ARRIVED I The new oil for habitual constipation. , RUSSIAN MINERAL Imported by the house of Squibb. 75c the pint. ; Mc BRIDE Drug Co. 'THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" 2463 Wash. Are. 1 1 WAS book coupon ! I I ff ft o PRESENTED BY THEv OGDEN STANDARD J The NATIONS at WAR" 15 issued in parts., AND EACH COUPON IS GOOD FOR ONE PAPT ' 1 - i Each part is lavishly illustrated in color and by reproductions of rare photographs from private aourcea. 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