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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN tfeTAH TUESDAY MAY 31 1910
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MOUTHPIECE
CIGARETTES
All men demand
reliability That
is why they
smoke Obak
Cigarettes They
know that the f
blend suits their
tastethat it
never varies
Then again the
cooling mouthpiece
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their approval
It is the cigar
ette that never
fails to afford
real enjoyment
THE JOHN BOLLMANCO
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ITS HARD TO GET OVER
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the fact that you will feel proud of
our suit after we have given it a
r good dry cleaning It will be return
ed to you looking like new for dry
cleaning gives new life to all gar
ments Youll find your clothes last
Ing a great deal longer if you have
them dry cleaned occasionally We al
so do dyeing and suggest that you
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trialOgden
Ogden Steam
Laundry Co
LAUNDERERS CLEANERS
AND DYERS
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i HOGS AND VEAL
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We aro paying for fat bogs as four
Iowa
Hogs from 200 Ibs and up per
100 Ibs 900
Hogs from 160 to 200 Ibs per
100 Ibs 875
hogs from 125 to 160 Ibo per
100 Ibo 800
We receive hogs dally
Anybody who prefers dressed
weight on hogs may bring them In on
Tueadaya or Fridays between 730
and 10 a m AVo will thon slaughter
them while you wait and pay 1200
per 100 Ibs dressed At either of
these days you may choose whether
you want tho live weight price or
J200 dressed
We pay for fat veals from 70 to 125
Ibs dressed weight 11 centc per lb
and receive them daily VTou may
bring thorn In either or dressed
Access to our plant IB now con
venient Elnco tho construction of the
viaduct
OGDEN PACKING PROVISION CO
3000 PORTLAND ORE AND
RETURN 3000
Tickets on sale via Oregon Short
Line May 28th to June 3rd inclusive
Final return limit ninety days stop
ovore either direction Reserve bertha
City Ticket Office 2514 Washington
Aye E A SHEAVE C P T A
How big toOgdcn Juct guessJYou
may win a cash prize
1 PORTS t I
THOMPSON HERE I
GOES TO LOGAN
Just Ions enough to greet many of
his friends bore Cyclone Johnny
Thompson remained in Ogden after his
arrival from Sycamore Ill yesterday
and then continued on to Logan
where he will take advantage of a fine
offer of training quarters and good
acconuuodatlonH made by the live
Commercial Boosters association of
the Temple town to the north Thomp
son was In good condition when be ar
rived but declared that he was anx
ious to go Immediately Into training
as he would talw no chances with
Plcato
I want the championship he as
serted and am determined to get
it If they will give me the chance but
I am not going to refuse any man a
match Plcato wanted to try me and
I am ready for him I dont underes
timate his ability and from what I
have heard he Is n clover durable lad
but I expect to take the battle Inside
of fifteen rounds After that I hope
for a match with Hyland and the win
ner of that fight should pet on with
Wolgasi Ho is entitled to IL
According to Thompsons present
plans he will return here Sunday to
give an exhibition at Utah Hot Springs
for the benefit of his hundreds of Og
den admirers
IN SLASHING RACES
NEW RECORDS MADE
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INDIANAPOLIS May 30ln slash
Ing races at the Indianapolis Speed
way today new records were set for
the national championship In stock
car classes which will be contested
annually Barney Oldfteld with his
big Bon broke the American Speed
way record for the mile and the kilo
meter und Kay Harroun driving a
Marmon topped the time for 50 miles
for cars of 231 to 300 cubic Inches
piston displacement
A crowd of 55000 people cheered
the drivers on to desperate feats of
speed and the companies of militia
were pressed hard In controlling the
eager spectators who overflowed the
grandstands on to the fields straining
for a nearer view of the heroes of the
motors
Oldfleld cut the mile speedway rec
ord down from 3fi flat to 35 C and the
I kilometer record from 237 to 21 13
He made the former record on flue
Los Angeles track
In a wonderfully sustained dash
throughout the fifty mile race Hal
joun easily Icad iJflh rivals and was
ahead pflhp record at 30 and 10 mllos
and nt the finish ills time was 1201
The former record which wns 1418
Harroun himself set at Atlanta
Caleb Bragg the Cincinnati ama
teur was the third star of the days
triumphs Hu won two ten mile and
one five mile free for rtll race and had
to puT upn hard fight for each of
them with Kirscher In a Darracq
For the national championships the
drivers battled with all their skill
forcing their engines to the limit of
their power The leaders were al
ways hunched In the home stretch
and tho contests were ot decided un
til tho front wheels of the ictor
actually had crossed the wire of the
timing machine
JOHNSON WflGl1S
ONLY 215 POUNDS
SAN FRANCISCO May 30 Deco
ration day was a big event at the John
son camp and the colored champion
played to a capacity house In the aft
ernoon when he went through his
usual boxing stunts For all that
Johnson kept his audience awaiting
threequarters of an hour which oc
casioned much footing and hissing
It was a good natured crowd that
greeted him when he finally made his
appearance and good judges declare
It was on of the niost satisfactory
workouts since he has gone Into train
ing
Johnson cigbe less today than at
any time since hIs arrival here Be
fore he stopped on the scales he said
ho thought he was down pretty light
and this was proved when ho regis
tered at 215 pounds
CORBHT LANDS
IN JEFFS CAMP
BEN LOMOND Cal May < lOJim
Jeffries spent memorial day casting
for trout on tho San Lorenzo river
some miles abovo his training camp
The excessive heat caused tho fighter
to leave the camp early in tho day to
seek coot recreation along the river
and accompanied by Tex RIckarri and
STANDARD FORM CHART
WuKalch Jockey Club Monday May 30 Fifth day Weather clear Track
fast
2e FIRST RACEThree quarters or a mile threeyearolds and up Sell
J lag Purso 150
Index HorBe Wt S J4 = i Sl Fin Jockey 0 C
21 D Dom1110112 12 11 1 I C Henry 6 0
11 Copperfield 107 3 2 23 23 23 Gilugel 1 4
21 C J Cox 112 2 22 32 31x n McCarthy 2 1
23 L Lad 10i 1 11 424 12 45 Rooney 4 6
17 Sf Joe 112 i 65 fir fi5 52 Manders 86 sj
21 Banthol 110 7 i2 7i i12 615 E Smith 10
21 S Darretl 112 6 7 7 i 7 Nelson i2 2 J
At post 5 minutes Off 224 Time 12 35 25 15 37 25 50 25 102 35
115 45 Start bad Won emIl second driving Winner T ODonuells
bile m Black DominolSthclbertDorothco Trained by J F Chlldress
Start was a gift lo Domino Copper Hold In close contention all the way
tired in tho final strides Cox did his best
26 SECOND RACE Fiveeighths of a mile fouryearolds and up Sell
Jnp Purse 150
index Horse Wl S a SL Fin Jockey O C
3 1ulllno 110 1 11 11 J2h SmlUl 3 2 2
21 ValencIa 110 3 34 33 25 Manders 1j 35
AIIla 110 2 215 21 12 WIllIs 6 7
1akelcw 112 5 5 43 Heaner A5 10
3 Little Joe 101 4 43 H 5 Howard Iii 20
At post 1 minute Off 215 Time 12 25 25 36 45 50 103 25 Start
good Won easily second driving Winner G H Mlssmans h in 5 Ben
SlromcAInc Trained by Wm Bloody Acnulllnc quick to get moving
took a commanding lead at start and held the field safe all the way win
ning as her Jockey pleased Valencia stumbled at tbo start and again on
the near turn made game effort in stretch but could not get up Allvin
well up all the way ran a good race
27 THIRD RACE Half mile fouryearolds and up Selling Purse
150
Index Horse Wt S Ji 7 sy St FIn Jockey O C
13 All Alone 111 4 11 H111 Smith 65S 5
Ji Toe Wells 111 3 2111 22 21I Kllnz 5 i
2 Daisy Frost lOS 2 31 t 34 31 1h Nelson 4 G
13 East End lOti 5 5u Ph 416 Heavner10 211
23 D Andrew 114 1 n 51f 51 A itlornan 3 1
4 Snlmdo 108 S 75 7J rl Rooncy 12 10
2 D Boland lOS ti Hlh 02 72 blcCarllfy ii 4
17 Wheatstone 108 7 S S S Corey 12 20
Seal duff till 3 xx Howard 15 25
At post 5 minutes Off 3IS Time 12 25 21 19 25 Start fair Won
easily second driving Winner Fred Krafts b g a CesarlonAl Lone
Trained by A Mulcahey All Alone rushed to front soon after start and
won as he pleased Joe Wells ran ga me race was best of others Frost
ran a good race xxPullcd up
28 FOURTH RACE Halfmile threeyearolds and up Handicap Purse
200
Index Horse Wt S a4 t SL Fin Jockey O C
20 Dr l dollits 105 2 23 23 121 Corey i 1
T Belle 111 4 Ih 34 2n Smith hti Hi
Sam F 118 1 121 12 31 ilatlders 32
Ed D 107 3 i 4 4 Saclts 167 20
At post P minutes Off 317 Tlme12 23 lo 35 35 IS 15 Start
good Won easily second driving Winner W T Jones b h a Macev
Dora Woods Trained by R Pnuley Dr Hollls walled on tho speed
burners pace and came on as he pleased after catching Sam F at Wad of
stretch Thistle Belle came from fa r back and got place in las k Jump
Sam F was all In a sixteenth out r
29 FIFTH RACE One mile tiree ycar olds and up Selling Purso
150
lndOL Ilorsu Wt S 14 1f 34 SL Fin Jockey 0 C
No Rule 111 1 15 J1 Ii 11 1114 Nelson G I
5 Millers D ill Ci 43 12 32 l 2h McCarthy i2 t
1t WlneberT 111 a1424 lh 214 3 Gaugel 2 1
II M ShshCl 111 2 32 3 H 13 4114 Ih Wallace 3 1
2 Mnnilla S HI t 5 ii Ii 5 5 Corey G
At post half mor 41214 TlmcIt 25 25 50 35 101 25
llfi 15 P15 15 Start good Won cleverly second driving Winner
GosJen q Whltlocks b g 4 Gold Heels Divide Trained by F Hynns No Rule
opened a big gap first part Nelson rated him nicely to the stretch where
hr had plenty In reserve to stall off Daughters rush AVIneborry used up
chftJn pacemaker closed resolutely 0
on SIXTH RACK Seveneighths of a mile fourycVolrts and upSell
JVJ Ing Purse 150
ndoxTlocie7 VL7s7 SL Fin Jockey 0 m
15 KofJlinhoo10St 111 Ilk 32 11J Corey 5 7
11 Tavora lips zy 2h 2V 22 Nelson S5 2
16 Illicit 109 1 llfc Yl ll 3Vi Roonej S5 S5
12 Corrigan it i 1lj > sil24i 32 MlA 1JM r Marnlcrs 4 r1
IS LlbortQ10 > 3 5 5 5 5 A Willis fc J 8
At post 1 minute Off 143 TlmeHlsMVo 21 f 53725 50 L03 25J
116 35 123 45 Start good Won casll > vt9CCQnd driving Winner =
J3alllnscr Beasleys b g C Brldgewa torCold Wave Trained by S Al3al
linger Knight laid off early paco and ran over tho leaders In the stretch
Tavoro did her best but was not hood enough Jlllctt tired making pace
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lack Woolcy went on a fishing ex
cursion 3Brt
The camp nowgjfr L was aroused to
HfC by the appearance of James j
GoB ctt former champion heavy
weight who IA to assist In gelling Jef
Tries in proper form to meet John
son iujs
jCorhetl aliwpbd fluty vthr camp un
i 1U1I10IlnC d all II I II1Cllltltcly went 10
worl In the 7utini i11 to limber UII
and try hImself Inia fen 1 frellmin ar
stunts despite tjfcHhcat The former
champion ollcltoli nJch favorable com
mont from the JtralnorH who watched
him nt work for His strength agility
endurance and wAnd
WFARl tNO fiGHTS
WITH WELSH TO DRAW
LONDON May 0OIPncky Mc
Farland of Chicago and Freddie
Welsh the British lightweight cham
pion fought a twentyround draw to
night heforo the National Sporting
club The fight wan for a purse of
6500 and a side bet of 1000 Mc
Farland had the host of It
BASEBALL RESULTS
AMERICAN
on LosL PC
Philadelphia fVron S 75 8
New York f U22 JO OSS
Detroit 22 1G 579
Boston JS1S 35 545
Cleveland 4V 14 18 43S
Washington 1C 21 132
Chicago s 11 20 355
SL Louis ir 7 27 206
Exciting Contest
Cleveland O May OChlcllgo de
feated Cleveland this morning In an
exciting game R H E
Cleveland i 3 10 4
Chicago 4 9 2
Batteries Link Young Doano and
Easterly Welsh and Block
Afternoon game i ClevelandChicago
game postponed raIn
Even Break
Boston May 30 CIcotto strained a
cord In his neck today In the second
inning of the forenoon T ime with
Philadelphia and the two Boston
pitchers who succeeded him were bat
ted hard V R H E
Philadelphia 5 9 2
Boston 1 5 a
Batteries Coombs and Thomas CI
cottc Smith Arellanes and Carrigan
Boston got an cc break by a
lucky win thlii afternoon from Phlla
delphia 0 to in ten Innings In
line ninth two singles a twobase hit
a home run base on balls and an
error allowed Boston to Ho the scoro
after two were out Speaker hit for
three bases In tho tenth and scored
the winning run when Davis dropped
a ball R FL E
Philadelphia l v 5 12 1
Boston l t1 7 1
Battorlcs Krauso and Thomas
Karger Wall Collins and Carrlgan
Tigcrs sGet Strong
St Louis Mnj 80 Detroit won the
morning game Cram SL Louis easily
vl R H E
Detroit 10 13 1
St Louis 0 9 5
Batteries Stroud and Schmidt
Powell Waddoll and Stephens
The score of the afternoon victory
was 9 to 4 After Browning was hit
hard In the fourth inning Detroit sent
Mullin in to finish the game
R II E
Sl Louis 4 S 5
Detroit i u Q 12 5
Batteries Bailey and Stephens
Browning Mullin and Buckendorff
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Highlanders Are It
New York May 30Foal oulpltch
ed OBcrlln this morning and New
York defeated Washington 3 to 1
The Highlander twirler while wild
hold the visitors to two singles
R H E
Washington LO 1 2 1
Now York 3 6 3
Batteries OBorlln and Street
Ford and Sweeney
The afternoon contest was played
In a rainsoaked diamond New York
winning 3 to 0 R H E
Washington 0 5 1
New York 3 C 1
BatteriesGroom and Street
Vaughan and Sweeney
NATIONAL
Won Lost PC
Chicago 22 12 617
New York 22 14 ill
Pittsbnrg IS 15 GIG
Cincinnati IS 16 529
SL Louis IS 2Q 171
Philadelphia 13 19 400
Brooklyn 15 22 105
Boston 11 22 3SJ
Boston Loses Two Games
Brooklyn May 31BolI8 masterly
pitching shut out the Boston National
league club this morning by 2 to 0
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Boston 0 1 0
Brooklyn 2 4 1
Batteries Frock and Graham Bell
and Bergen Juiplres ODay and
Brcnnan
Brooklyn won the afternoon game
with Boston 3 to I through sensa
tional fielding behind Rucker in which
Hummel was the star R H E
Boston t I 10 2
Brooklyn 3 S 0
Batteries Curtis Burge and IL
Smith Rucker and Bergen Umpires
ODay and Brennan
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Cubs Break Even
Chicago May 30 Chicago won Its
eleventh successive victory today by
defeating Sl Louis tl to I In the
morninr game R IL E
St Louis 1 7 2
Chicago C II 2
Batteries Lush Relgcr and Pholps
Brown and Archor Umpires Klom
and Kane
Chicago lost to SL Louis 3 to 1 in
the afternoon game today Manager
Chance was out of the game on ac
count of a flnccr which was spiked
by Hugging in the morning game
Chance shook up his Tine by sending
In several pinch hitters but they fail
ed to connect R H H
SL Louis v 3 D 1
Chicago J 9 3
BatteriesSallee and Phelps Pfo
Ister and Archer Umpires Klem
nnd Kane
Giants Win DoubleHeader
Philadelphia May 30New York
defeated Philadelphia In lllls niorn
ings game 2 to 1 In a great pitchers
battle which went ten innings be
tween Foxen and Drucko 11 H B
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New York r 2 7 0
Philadelphia 1 5 a
Batteries Druckc and Meyers Fox
en and Dooin UmpiresJohnstone
and Moran
New York again defeated Philadel
phia In the afternoon game It re
quiring sixteen innings to decide the
issue 4 to 3 In the ninth inning
Dovore singled stole second and scor
ed the tlolug run when Moran and
Bates threw wild In the sixteenth
Dovoro again led off with a single
stole second nut scored on Beckers
single R H E
New York 4 S 1
Philadelphia 3 10 C
Batteries Ames and MeyersSchleI
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Ewing and Moran UmpiresJohn
stone and Moran
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Pirates Break Losing Streak
Pittabnrg May 30 Plltsburg broke I
Its losing streak today by taking two
games from Cincinnati The morning I
battle was won easily 13 to 7 Spade I
being found for nineteen hits The
afternoon contest was captured 7 to
1 In a seventhinning rally of singles
aided by Mitchells wild throw and a
base on halls R 11 E
Cincinnati 4 S I
Plttsburg 7 13 3
Batteries Becbo and McLean Mad
dox and Gibson Umpires Rigler and
Emslle
Afternoon game R H E
Cincinnati 7 10 4
Pittsburg 13 19 3
Batteries Spade Anderson and Mc
Lean T Clark Adams and Gibson
Umpires Emslle and RIgler
American League
At Boston Philadelphia ii Boston
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At Now York Morning game
Washington l Now York 3 Afternoon
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At Cleveland ClevelandChlcago
game postponed rain
At St Louis St Louis I Detroit
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At Minneapolis Paul 1 Minne
apolis 5
Western League
At Denver Denver 4 Wichita 7
At St Joseph St Joseph 11 To
peka 7
At Sioux City Morning game
Sioux City ll Lincoln 5 Afternoon
gameSioux City 10 Lincoln 9
At Des Molnos Omaha 10 De
Moines 1
At DenverSecond game Wichita
5 Denver 11
Northwestern League
At Spokane Seattle 2 Spokane I
Coast League
At Oakland Morning game Los
Angeles 4 San Francisco 5
At San Francisco Afternoon game
San Francisco 2 Los Angeles 1
At Los Angelos Morning game
Vernon H Oakland 2 Afternoon
pamo Vernon 2 Oakland G
At Seattle Tacoraa 1 Vancouver
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College Games
At Cthaca = Pennsylvania 2 Cor
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Continued on Page Five
BEARD THE GREATEST AID
TO DISGUISE
rho disguise that really serves Itj
purpose Instead of only betraying Its
wearer Is a difficult arL It Is an art
that enters more effectually Into real
lIrolts romances and Ircgcdy than
moat people would be disposed to ha
hove
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doubled the greatest aid to disguise
But great care has to be taken for if
too striking an appearance were given
to the subject the whole purpose of
tho scheme would be defeated In our
art the whole secret of success lies In
rot attempting too much There is
io particular kind of beard As a
rule it has to be thin and Is usually
of a lighter hue than the hair
Besides altering the complexion the
use of slightly smoked glasses often
helps greatly toward a good disguise
Alterations can also be made In the
lIch and color of the eyebrows and
talking of eyebrows you would ho sur
prised If you only knew how often wo
have to paint out black eyes
Of course with certain persons it
Is tuneless for ns to attempt a disguise
solely by working on the face Tttea
lion has to he paid to the contour of
tho back and shoulders while Home
I times the use of a towel or two over
the latter inside the coat works a
great change The use of a high heel
and a low one Is often sncccpsful in
altering the gait but In this mattor a
good deal depends upon the person
himself From The Art of Disguise
In the Strand
Citizens of Ogden
Boost for your city by using OQ
DEN MADE FLOURIt coats you no
mora and every sack you use IB a
boost for your town
In that way rou make a Chicago
of Ogden Ogden Milling Ele I
vator Co
SUMMER RESORT
SEASON OPENED
With an attendance far greater than
any on the opening day of past sea
sons summer reports In the vicinity of
Ogden Inaugurated the season of 1910
last Sunday Sundays crowds were
enormous but by no mean equal to
tho throngs which Hocked to various
pleasure places yesterday
Uncle Billy Wilson Is to conduct
tho beautiful Hermitage In Ogden can
yon himself this suminor and has
placed the dining room In charge of
an expert chef and manager William
Dunkorly who presided over the dos
times of the dining room two years
ago and made hundreds of friends
among plensur seekers of this re
gion Tie announces that tho highest
standard of service with all whlto
help will prevail aDd that tho cuisine
will be up to its former high degree
nf excellence Special dishes for holi Jl
days will be served and regular meals
for hotel guests and visitors will bo
provided during usual hours Until
tlio accpted tho offer here Mr Dunk
erly had charge of tho Emigration I
Canyon cafe at Salt Lake
Dancing In the pavilion at the ll ° r
mltage provided pleasure for many j
yesterday tI
Idlewlld the Oaks and the Wilcox +
resort also have peen opened and i
promise many attractive features for
the coming season Quite a number of
visitors wore at these reports Sunday
and yesterday y s
Tho Utah Hot Springs under the
management of Dr A P Hlbbs IB f
receiving Its full share of patronage i
nnd with good car service provided
promises to retain all of Its prcUou 1
popularity this season It is admir
ably conducted and the excellent cur 1
ntlvo properties of the waters are well
known
At Ogden Canyon Sanitarium hun
dreds of visitors wore entertained t
Sylvan park was opened yesterday JI
and will make a bid with special at
tractions and summer dances for pa fI
tronage this season
MORE FREE TICKETS
We have arranged for another lot
of tickets at tho Orpheum Theater l
The Standard will give one ticket to
tho Orpheum theater for any night
this or next wook for each month
subscription paid in advance Not
more than four tickets to one family I
Now IB tho time lo take advantage of
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PROVES PLEASING
The piano recital given by MJsa
Carrie Browning last evening In Weber
Academy auditorium was u most do
ceded success and won for the young
artist fresh laurels from both her
admiring friends and music lovers In
general
The recital wu i given under tho
supervision of Squire Coop and Miss ll
Browning was assisted by Miss Emma
Lindsay In several vocal Rejections
The program Included compositions
of Saint Saons Chopin and Beothovon
each of which was rendered In a roost
artistic manner Miss Lindsays vocal
selections Including a song by Donize
tti were also well received
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