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2 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 30 1910
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promise
I IMPERFAIZS
MOUT1IPIECE
I CIGARETTES
represent years of experience in
the purchasing and blending of
tobacco Theyre beyond the
promise stagea cigarette for
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the wise ones who know a good
thing Buy and see for yourself
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO MIn
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RACES
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Wasafch Jock y
Club
May 25
a Too
June 4th
Six Races
Daily
Rain or Shine
First Race 215 p m
1 Admission
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J
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Presiding Judge
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1 i I l IDAHO FOREST
1f I LAND WITHDRAWN
p The presldont has signed a procla
I mation eliminating approximately 22
32G acres of land from the Pocatello
national forest Idaho Those elimina
r tions arc tho result of very careful
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examinations made by the United
States department of agriculture dur
I ing the summer of 199 The areas
excluded from the forests are mainly
agricultural and crazing In character
I and have practically no value for for
i em purposes or for watershed protec
4 j tion
1 Slightly over half of this eliminated
area is taken from the Port Neuf di
vision In narrow strips of bench land
I along the cast and west boundaries
From tho north end of the Oxford ill
t vision 3810 acres are eliminated The
examination disclosed that these areas
are more valuable for grazing and dry
farming than for national forest pur
poses
On the east boundary of the Elk
horn division in township 11 south
range 30 east there Is eliminated a
strip of land one and u half miles wide
by six miles long embracing C7CO
acres of land This area Is chiefly
valuable for agriculture and has prac
tically no forest cover Six secllona
of land of tho same character aro also
released along tho northern boundary
or tho Malad division in township 12
couth range 27 cast
Tho lands which are eliminated will j
bo restored to settlement and entry i
after having been duly advertised In
the local papers by the secretary of
tho interior
l SPORTS 51
MURRAY IS
DEFEATED
BY 06DEN
By a score of S to 4 the Ogden base
ball team defeated tho Murray team In
an exhibition game at the Fair
Grounds yesterday afternoon before
about 350 enthusiastic fans The
game while devoid of any features
was Interesting throughout and some
good playing was done by both teams
Bert Margctts has his nine In fine
shape and they will make the other
teams in the league go some before
the season Is over
Papworth pitched fairly good ball
for the visitors and held Ogden down
to nine hits His support was not the
I best Ho struck out seven men T
Gunn In left did good work as did
Margctts In right Castro at short did
well
Ogdens now second baseman Dil
lon made a favorable impression in
his initial game Jensen pitched his
first same In good style He is rap
idly getting Lack Into oldtime form
Wcssler at short played a splendid
game Ramahaw out of four times
I at bat got two hits one a three
bagger and the other a twobagger
r Tho threebagger in tho third Inning
brought In three runs for Ogden
Fred Bluth is playing a good game
Dad Glmlln caught all the high ones
that came near the center field Dad
Is as handy as over with the stick
Jack Greonwoll hold down llrst in
good form Heinlle at left field and
Lumley behind the bat played good
I ball
ballThe small boys on the dlnmond were
a nuisance In future games members
of the police force should be present
to keep tho hoodlums out of the field
The following Is the score
Ogden
AD R H SH PO A E
Vosfilor ss o 2 2 2 3 5 0
UaniGhaw 1b 1 1 2 1 0 0
Dillon 2b 1 1 0 0 2 1 0
Glmlin cf 4 1 1 1 3 2 0
Hemllo If 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Lumloy c 4 0 1 1 1 0 0
Greenwoll lb 4 0 0 0 G 3 2
Dlutb rf 1 1 2 0 0 0
Jensen I 1 2 1 1 r 2 0
Total 37 S 10 10 21 13 2
Murray
AB It HSHP0AE
Mann cf r 0 3 3 1 0 0
Kaifer lb 1 0 2 2 3 3 0
Scott c 1 2 2 22 0
Margrotts If 4 1 0 0 1 0 0
A Cumin 3b I 2 1 1 1 1 1
Robshcr 21 I 0 1 1 2 L 0
T Gunn If 4 0 0 0 3 0 Q
Gnslro ss 1 0 0 6 2 1 1
Papworlh p I 0 1 1 7 3 0
Total 38 I 10 tO 22 11 2
ummary Throobaso hits Ram
shaw find Mann twobase heat Blulb
Jensen Ramshaw Lumley and Scott
bases on balls off JOIIKOJI 5 off Pap
worlh 4 struck out by Jensen 6 by
Papworth 7 hit by pitched ball Wes
sler loft on bases Ogden 1 Murray
2 double plays Wessler to Ramshaw
to Greenwoll Castro to Robschcr to
Kaifor Time 115 Umpire Ben
Mortonson Attendance 50
Score by Innings
Ogden 00 fi 30000 S
Murray 10200001 0 1
Last bait of ninth not played
THOMPSON Will
Bf HERE TODAY
Still carrying his championship as
pirations Cyclone Johnny Thompson
the popular lightweight of Sycamore
Ill who has fought JOG battles with
out being knocked out will arrive in
Ogdeh today from Sycamore where ho
has boon spending his time on tho
big chicken ranch since he knocked
out Potor Sullivan in the ninth round
at Saltalr coliseum early this month
Thompson baa been matched to
meet Frank Plcalo an Italian who has
boon meeting all comers and has a
number of brilliant victories to his
credit The Sycamore lad immediate
ly on arrival will go Into training at
tho Utah Hot springs The Thomp
sonPicato match will bo held at Salt
air June 10
MANY EXPECTED
AT RACES HERE
Officials of the Wasatcb Jockey
Club are confident that attendance
at the Ogden rnce meeting which will
be roHunied today pnd continue all
week will eclipse all previous records
and arc preparing to handle large
crowds Many entrlea of fast horsis
have been received for all of tho
events and good cards for every re
mulnlng ln > of the meet aro assured
The Biimbcrgcr line has announced a
special 100 round trip fare from Salt
I Lako which will Include admission to
the grounds and this it is expected
o 0 0 CURESOLD
JJ > > BLOOD TROUBLES
The only possiblo tray to euro Contagious Blood poison Is to rcmovo tho
mlrllI canso by purifying n tho blood This IB Just what S S S docs and It Is the only
wuu vutts ausuiuwiy ana wiQrousmy aoanscs tno circulation of every particle
jOf tho germs and virus of tho disease Mercury Potash and other strong min
orals aro often uaid In tho hopo that such powerful treatment will kill the germs
but this can not ho done and when tho mineral medicines arc loft off tho troublo
always returns with Its aggravating symptoms of ulcerated mouth and throat
kin eruptions falling hair yellow skin splotches swollen glands and often run
ning Its sorop Tho ability of to S S to cure Contagious Blood Poison comes from
Unfailing bloodpurifyln properties It goes into tho circulation and removes
every trace of tho Infection makes tho blood rich and healthy and leaves no
dregs of the virus to break out later on S S S does not contain a particle of
mineral la any form but Is mado entirely of roots herbs and bark each of which
has a direct and specific action in cleansing the blood In addition it contains
tho oxtracts of certain botanical herbs which make it tho finest of all tonics
which is a necessary quality for
Homo a medicine in curing Contagions Blood Poison
Treatment book containing much valuable Information and Instruction to
bo found nowhere else will be cent sealed and post paid freo to all who write
and
request JU
THE SWIFT 8PEOIFIO CO ATLANTA GA
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will attract a train load of enthusiasts
from the suite capital every day I
Hpiclal days for this week have
been nnoulcec as follows
TleedaylVeber club day iH1
Lndigs Day Ali ladies free
l ednesday Ogden day
Thursday Elks day Salt Lake and
other neighboring towns are expected
to send large delegations of antlered
ones
I BASEBALL RESULTS I I I
Standing of tho National League
Clubs including games of May 29
Club W L P C I
Chicago H 2111 C56
New York 20 14 588
Cincinnati IS 14 5C3 I
Plttsburg 16 15 516
St Louis J7 19 fit I
Philadelphia 13 17 433
Boston 14 20 412
Brooklyn 13 22 371
Standing of the American League
Clubs Including games of May 29
Club W L PC
Philadelphia 21 7 77J
New York 20 10 CG7
Detroit 20 16 5G
Boston 17 14 545
Washington 16 19 457
Cleveland 14 17 453
Chicago 10 20 333
St Louis 7 25 219
American Association
At Kansas CitYKansas City 5
Milwaukee 4
At Toledo Toledo 7 Indianapolis
o
At Columbus Columbus G Louis
ville 15
At St PaulSt Paul 2 Minneap
olis 12
At Chicago Chicago 3 Cleveland
4
At St Inuls = St Louis 4 Detroit
13
Western League
At St JosephSt Joseph 1 Tope
ka 4
At Omaha Omaha 12 Sioux City
4
At Denver Denver fi Wichita 2
At LlncolnLncoln 12 Des Moines
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Coast League
At Los AngelesVernon 5 Oak
land 4 Afternoon game Vernon 0
Oakland 4
At San Francisco Los Angeles S
San Francisco 4 Afternoon game
Los Apgolcs 3 j San Francisco 1
At Portland Sacramento 3 Port
land 1
Northwestern League
At TacomaTacoma 1 Spokane
3 Afternoon gnmo Tacoma 2 Spo
kane 5
At attleYllncolIer 0 Seattle
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Continued on Page Eight
FOURTH OF JULY i
MEETING CALLED i
A meeting of the cltlzenp of Ogden
IB hereby called for S oclock P M
sharp In the City Council chamber
May 31st 1910 for the purpose of
considering the advisability of cele
brating in a fitting manner tho na
tions birthday
All citizens arc invited to ho pres
ent Signed
WILLIAM GLASMANN
Mayor
Citizens of Ogden
Boost for your city by using OG
DEN MADE FLOURIt coats you no
moro and every sack you use Jo a
boost for your town
In that way you make a Chicago
of Ogdon Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
JAil DOPE FIEND
ON GRAVE CHARGE
Carl Crosby a dope head who has
been searched for by the police for
several days was arrested last even
ing by Detective Ponder and Officer
Paine on the charge of burglarizing
tho Woodmansee rooming house
Twentyfourth street last Monday
The police secured a description of
a man who entered one of tho rooms
of the houso mentioned and gathering
up a quantity of bed clothes made off
with them to the nearest pawn shop
where he sold them
The officers Immediately recognized
Crosby in tho description furnished
and have been looking for him during
tho week Yesterday was his first
appearance and ho was nabbed on
sight
Detective Pender stated last evening
that a largo proportion of the petty
thefts which have occurred recently
can be traced directly to the drug
habit In one form or another show
Ing that slaves to the habit are con
stantly Increasing in number
Wo have more or less trouble with
those socalled dope heads all tho
time said the officer as the moment
they find themselves without a sup
ply of their drug and lack the means
with which to purchase it they will
stop nt nothing to obtain the neces
sary money
The fault lies largely with the in
dividuals who persist In supplying
these poor creatures with their can
ned misery There Is a law now for
bidding the sale of these drugs with
out proper credentials from a physi
cian but the wretches seem to bo
able to obtain It whenever they havo
the price
On nearly all the drug fiends wo
pick up is found a supply of their
favorite dope but It Is always In plain
packages offering no moans of trac
ing the purchase of H or of securing
the name of the druggist who sold
It
BURGlARS BUSY
IN STORE AT IGHDI
Robbers entered the Buckmlllor
store at Echo Sunday evening and
vecurcd a 32 calibre revolver and four
dollars By the appearance of tho
store it lfliultnevident that the ron
bors had ruuiaged every part of the
place whero valuable articles might
bo stored but it Is claimed that th
robbery was committed by boys
PERfECTION IN
OME BUilDING
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While It would seem as though we
should have reached perfection in tho
building of homeR ere this HO many
Improvements having been made on
their constnlctldn during the last cen
tury still It Js afact that more im
provements are cdrahig up right along
says Architect Arthur C Clausen of
Spokane some of the features which
1 will mention have bon In use long
enough to be considered hardly new
features but will bo mentioned here
on account their being so little used
so far that thoy are unknown to most
homp builders
It would be useless to try and pro
phesy what Improvements are apt to
be made during the next contury but
If as much progress Is made during
that time an has been during the past
century a modern home should be a
model of convenience beyond our con
ception
The uses of electricity in the home
arc being demonstrated by practical
npllcatlon In somo homes but ao far
have met with little favor on account
of the excuse of the current When
the cost of reducing the current Is
reduced electricity will bo used In the
home In a great many different ways
besides lighting It In some homes
where tho cost of keeping It Is
not an Item of consideration electric
currents are provided for miming the
sewing machine washing machine and
ice cream freezer Tho cooking Is done
by electricity and some of the rooms
are provided with electric radiators
These however are only for Inter
mediate use to warm up a room for a
fow minutes early In the morning or
the evening at times of tho year when
the beginning and end of the day Is
cool but not cool enough to warrant
keeping plant up tho fire In the heating I
The Vacuum Cleaner
Vacuum cleaning systems are being
installed In a great many homes the
best of them being plant located in
the basement and run by an electric
motor and from this plpos leading to
various parts of the house with outlets
In the baseboard where extension hose
can bo connected Ono outlet on very
floor Is considered suflfciont since a
50foot hose con attached and car
ried to every part of the house While
somo people still havo more faith In
th cleaning propensities of a scrub
woman there Is little douht but what
as the vacuum cleaning system be
comos perfected and also reduced In
price that it will bo considered as an
essential part of a home as the modern
heating and plumbing for there Is no
doubt of its entire success from a
practical standpoint when a right kind
of system Is Installed
A cheap vacuum system Is a poor In
vestment Dust Is nothing but flno
grit and this soon wears out tho parts
of the machinery which It comes In
contact with if they are not made of
r the best material and kept lubricated
Where electricity is not obtainable the
vacuum cleunor can ho run by a gaso
line engine
Water Systems for Suburban Homes
In many small cities and In subur
ban localities tho water supply Is a
problem The oldfashioned way to
supply a homo under such circum
stances was toltve a tank In the at
lIc and pump the water up to It with a
I hand pump allowing tho water to
snnnlv the various fixture in thn
house by gravity The modern way IB
to have a largo airtight tank In the
basement Into which water is pumped
against the pressure of tho air which
creates a force which sends It to a
great height
Hand pumps arc sometimes used to
pumps In tho water but this is very
tedious work Where electric current
Is not available gasoline engine con
nected by a boll to the pump Is the
next best substitute The most modern
way of pumping tho water into tho
tank Is by an electric motor with an
automatic control When the water
gets down to low pressure the motor
starts up automatically fills the tank
up and then stops requiring no at
tention except to keep it thoroughly
lubricated
Heating Water In Summer
All modern homes are provided with
summer heaters which are kept going
whenever the heating plant Is not be
ing used In heating the water for
domestic purposes One of the latest
wrinkles IB to have the radiator In tho
bathroom so arranged that it can bo
disconnected from the heating plant
by a shutoff valve In the basement
and connected with a summer heater
hy opening another valve on a cross
connection pipe In this way by
opening up another valve on the radia
tor in the bathroom the room can be
warmed at any time that a little heat
is required In this room when It would
not be required In the rest of the
house
Dont Gild the Radiator
While speaking of radiators It is no
longer considered the best taste to
gild them but to paint them exactly
to match the woodwork In the room
In which they aro located The risers
or pipes extending from floor to floor
are painted to match the wall decora
tions This Is lone with the object of
making them as Inconspicuous as pos
sible Radiators never look well no
matter where thor arc put and to
bronze them a bright gold only makes
them more conspicuous
In the bathroom where the wood
work is white the radiator should be
painted white Sometimes in bath
rooms and other rooms enameled
white the radiators aro given a silver
or aluminum bronze which matches
well with the whllu woodwork If the
radiator stands against an oak or I
maple wainscoting it should be not
only painted but grained to match the
wainscoting as close as nn artistic
painter can do so
Keeping Mice Out
Mice sometimes get Into clothing
after It has teen nut down tho
clothes chute in tho basement To
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AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Get the
Original and Genuine
HDRLICK
MALTED MILK
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ThcFoodDrinkfor All Ages
RICH MILK MALT ORAIH EXTRACTIN POWDER
Not in any Milk Trust
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Take o package home
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Made in lOc and 2 for 2Sc sizes I
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has all the traits of It
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simply hasnt grown up Half the
size and half the price but just as
good just as mild just as i
satisfying Not merely a
light cigar but mellow
t in filler as well as wrapper i
gentle fragrant satisfying
Best values at a nickel
it m and a dime
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Follows in His Fathers Footsteps i
Hemenway Moser Co Distributors Ogden Utah
overcome this in n modern way Is to
provide a largo galvanized Ironlined
box with a lid at the base of the
clothes chute
Tho modern way of supplying fresh
air to a homo In tho winter time Is
to provide what Is known as an in
direct radiator This Is a large radi
ator placed In a galvanized Iron box
under the floor with a register In the
floor nbovo it An open fresh air duct
is carried from the galvanized iron box
through tho foundation wall to the
outside air The rising of tho heat
from tho radiator causes suction
which brings In the fresh air and
forces it through the radiator After
it has passed through tho radiator it
goes into the room warm but fresh
One good sized Indirect radiator In a
central location Is considered suffi
cient If there are proper outlets for
exhausts in tho way of baseboard
ventilators or fireplaces
MORE FREE TICKETS
We have arranged for another lot
of tickets at the Orpheum Theater
The Standard will give one ticket to
the Orphoum theater for any night
this or next week for each month
subscription paid In advance Not
more than four tickets to one family
Now is the time to take advantage of
this offer
I MARINES HERE ON
WAY TO ORIENT
A detachment of 150 men of the
marine corps passed through Ogden
yesterday en route to China where
they will do guard duty at the Ameri
can legation at Pokln Tho men have
been stationed at Washington D C
at which point a majority of thorn
were recently recruited
A considerable number of the men
however have seen active service
In the Philippine islands and have
also been stationed In Japan They
seem pleased with their new assign
ment aud in a hnppygo lucky way are
anticipating no end of fun among the I
slanteyed Celestials of Pokln The
detachment will relieve a similar body
of men at the American legation and
it Is expected that UIP assignment
will cover a period of thirty months
DEATH SUMMONS
MRS G0 Hl StAUB
Tho sad message was received from
Salt Lake yesterday that Mrs Eme
line A Islaub wife of G II Islaub
until recently a resident of Ogden had
passed to the great beyond Mrs
Islaub was tho daughter of Francis
A and Martha H Drown and was
born In Ogden July 30 1860 Having
spent her whole life In tho city of her
nativity until two years ago shoo with
her family look up their residence In
Salt Lake City She was the mother
of six children four of whom survive
her Helen George Almon Stella and
Clarlse Three sisters and ono broth
er also survive her Mrs Joseph Bal
lantyne Mrs Frank J Cannon Mrs
Fred May and Bruce L Brown
Her mother wag one of Ogdens
earliest settlers and her father Hon
F A Brown is well known to tho few
surviving old timers Mrs Islaub
was much beloved for her loving dis
position unselfish long suffering and
patient in all thc vicissitudes of lifo
Her sickness which finally resulted in
her death was of somo years stand
Ing
Her body will be brought to Ogden
next Wednesday Friends will be re
ceived from 2150 until 3 p m at tho
Fifth Ward meeting house whore the
funeral services will ho held at that
hour and date
HIGH PRICES
The highest prices paid for live
or dressed poultry Ogden Fish
Poultry company 252C Washington
POSTMASHRS TO
MEET IN OGDeN
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The seventh annual convention of
the Utah State Postmasters associa
tion will be held In Ogdou July Sand
9 and among thC speakers will bo
Senator Rood Smoot and George
Sutherland ant Congressman Joseph
Howell together with a representative
oi tho postmaster general These
things were decided upon Saturday
at a meeting of the executive com
mittee of tle association held In the
ofllce of Postmaster Arthur L Thomas
at Spit Lake
Present at tho meeting were the
following members of the executive
committee A L Thomas Salt Lake
fames Clove provo Joseph Odell
Logan C H Roberts Bingham S W
Ross Lehl W AV Wilson Sandy
The association Is composed of
about 300 postmasters In Utah and is
devoted to the advancement of postal
services In the slate It Is purely non
partisan and matters discussed at the j
annual meetings aro calculated to 1m i
rove the service throughout the en
tire state
While the convention Is being held r
at Ogdon July 8 and 9 other conven
tions of postmasters will bo hold In
other western states at about that
time Tho California meeting will be
held earllor In July Other states are
arranging their scufdiilo so as to have
Olin convention follow another In or
der that a representative from the de
partment of tho postmaster general
may make up an itinerary and attend I
all of them i
An effort Is afoot to have Postnm
ter General Frank Hitchcock come to
Utah and if tho Fchodnlo of conven
tions can bo so arranged it Is likely
that he will mako a tour of the west
I during the summer and meet Undo
Sams representatives who are under
i his Immediate Jurisdiction
NOTICE
There will be a meeting of the
members of the German Evangelical
St Lutheran
Pauls church at the Swedish
theran Church corner 23rd street and
Jefferson avenues on Sunday June
Gth at 11 oclock a m for tho pur
pose of authorizing the Trustees to
dispose of lots H and lCln Block ode
1 Herrlmans Addition in the City
of Ogden Utah i
Dated Ogden Utah May 18th 1910 I
H G HESS Secretary
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I COWBOY CHAUFFEUR
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ROPES BIG BEAR Ii
CODY Wyo May 29When a big J
brown bear paused to look at an auto
mobile near the ranch of G C Rude
son at the foot of the Dig Horn mean J
lain today Rudolph Ithovlngo the f
cowboy chauffeur holding the sleet
ing wheel with one hand lassoed bruin f
ns the car swept past Tho captive 1
was dragged to the Rudcson ranch
and Is on exhibition there with sev
eral bare spots on his coat
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Send your guess on Ogden and We
ber Countys population to the Stand
ard office You may win as high as
45 In gold coin
J L WclehanBHeatlngBroom Hotel
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When you think of breakfast think of
v
w All the meat of I
the golden wheat
II H E A T cooked shredded
I c f and baked Deli
ciously nourishing
Your grocer sells it
I ALWAYS HEAT IN THE OVEN TO RESTORE CRISPNESS
and serve with hot milk or cream or with sliced bananas f
I baked apples or other fruits J
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