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I THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH ai TUESDAY JUNE 7 1810
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1 I DAMAGE SUITS START
AGAINST SALTAIR
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1 KFIkenny Seeks to Recover for Injur
I I ies Received In Prise Fight Mishap
I Sail Lake June 71ho first of the
I damage suits to bo med against the
I Saltair Beach company because of the I
i accident at the hippodrome in a prize
fight there May 12 In which a num
ber of persons were thrown Into the
lake by the giving way of the floor and
were moro or less berloiiBly Injured
was filed in the district court Monday
by Lawrence E Kilkenny who asks
flarnaKOB In the bum of 1145 for in
juries received by him on that occas
ron
Kilkenny aliases that tho floor of
the building win negligently con
clructcd of weak and defective tim
bern and thrt the company Is respon
sible because of such negligence Ho
was injured about the logs and was
compelled to secure the aid of a phy
sician and wao confined to his room
for svorl days He alleges that tho
company is responsible for the acci
dent because of its negligence In the
construction of tho building
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TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR and BEAUTY
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Cut thin ndv out end mall with your
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CULLEY DRUG CO 2479 WAS
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BADCONS PHARMACY 2421 WASH
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OLD FAN CRITICISES
OGOErfS BAH TEAM
An Ogdenlto who signs himself A
Boooitr and a Faithful Od Fan has
addiesBod a communication to this
paper relative to the present mater
ial which constitutes Ogdens base
ball team
The letter was no prepaicd for pub
lication but contains Some Ideas re
tarding the local piayel3 which are
rtrrlji consideration Booster states
that Inasmuch as the IniBliiotp men of
Ogden have contributed enough
money to support a really good team
there is no reason for securing an
Inferior lot of men
Ho criticises the playing of the Og
den loam in their game with Murray
last Sunday saying that better work
had been done repeatedly in practice I
IJc nontlons several of tho players
and assorts that theio Is much bet i
ter and younger material available in
tho city today than SOUl of that now I
composing the team
Got some younger hlool Into the
team hn says and can some of the
old ones In that way we cut havo a
team which will bring home he pen
nant for ahothur rear
BASEBALL RESULTS i I
AMERICAN
Von Lost PC
New York 20 11 703
Philadelphia 20 12 CS1
Dotrolt 27 IGG28
Boston n IS 03S
CluvoLiail Ili 10 441
Washington 17 24 415
Chicago 13 22 371
St Louis S PI 205
NATIONAL
Won Lost PS
Chicago 25 H Gl
New York 25 13 025
Cincinnati 20 IS 520
St Louis 20 22 470
Brooklyn IS 23 139
Philadelphia in 21 117
Boston 13 25 375
Natlonal League
At Boston PlttsburKBoston game
postponed wet grounds
American League <
At Cleveland PhiladelphiaCleve
land gamo postponed rain
American Association
At St PalllSt Paul 0 Toledo
At Columbus Kansas City 0 Co
lumbus I
At Louisville Milwaukee li Louis
ville 1
At Indianapolis Minneapolis 2 In
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rn League
At Wichita Topeka 2 Wichita 0 I
At Omaha Omaha C Lincoln S
At Denver Denver 9 St Joseph
0 i
At Sioux City Sioux City 11 Des
Moines G
Northwestern League
At Tacoma Tacomu 3 Seattle J
At Spokane Spokane 2 Vancou I
ver 0 I
New York 2 St Louts 1
NEW YORK June GNow York de
feated St Louis in tho opening game
of tho series today 2 to L Score
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Ke York 1 0 1
St Louis 1 S 2
Batteries Qulnn and Mitchell
Powell Bailey and Klllifer
Chicago 1 Boston 0
CHICAGO June GChicago took
the opening game of the series with
Boston 1 to 0 Walsh allowed but ono
hit and got two of the four hits made
by his team of Hall Score
R H E
Chicago 1 4 1
Boston 0 1 1
Batterlen Walsh and Block Hall
and Carrigan
Detroit 4 Washington 1
DETROIT Juno GDetroit took the
first game of the series from Wash
ington today 1 to 1 Mullin held the
visitors to three hits and would not
have been scored against except for
his wildness in the first Inning Score
R H E
Washington 1 1 3 1
Detroit 4 10 1
Batteries Gray and Street Hardy
Mullln and Stanage
PhHndelphla 12 Chicago 2
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PHILADELPHIA June 0 Phila
delphia hit Chicagos pitchers hard to
day and won 12 to 2 In the second
inning Devon men faced Richie and
they made five hits receiving a base
on balls and made a sacrifice hit
Score
R H E
Chicago 2 5 3
Philadelphia 12 13 3 I
Butteries Ritchie Pfeiffer and
Needham Archer Mooro and Moran
Cincinnati 1 Brooklyn 0
CINCINNATI Juno Cincinnati
stopped Biooklyna winning streak to
day by taking a pitchers battle 1 to
I O Score
R H E
I Cincinnati 1 G 0
Brooklyn 0 J 0
Bnttcrios Bowan and MacLean
Hell and Borgon Erwin
Now York 5 St Louis 1
NEW YORK June 6 New York
defeatedSt l onis 5 to 1 today Math
wson hold tho visitors to two scratch
hits up to the eighth Inning but In
the ninth BrcHnabnn batting for Sal
loo drew a pass reached third on Hig
gins hit and scored whon Kills forced
Hugglus at second Score
R II E
St Louis J S 1
Now York 5 9 1
Batteries Sallo and Phelps Math
cwson and Myers
ORBICULAR WNS
1 AT BUENA VISTA
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I SALT LAKE Utah Juno C Orbicu
I lar won iho opening handicap at
Buena Vista today A big crowd paw 1
the start of tho fortyday mooting A
good card was offered but favorites
I did not prevail as a rule though sec
ond cu ices ind + Ions priced winners
wore well supported
First race aelllng seven furlongs
The Slicker 4 to1 won Corrigan S
to 1 second Lord Washington 8 to 1
third Time 128 25
Second race four furlongs Aba
Slupsky 9 to5 wpu Ballela S to 5
second Beatrice Soule 1 to 1 third
Time 50
Third race selling six furlongs E
M Fry S to 1 won Jlllctt S to 1 sec
ond Aunt Polly 6 to 1 third Time
l16 35
Fourth race opening handicap mile
= Orbicular 2 to 3 won Fred Mulhol
land 50 to 1 second Sylvia U 50 to
1 ihlrd Time 142
Fifth race purse live furlongs
Fore 12 10 1 won Thistle Belle 8 to
C second Enfield 7 to 1 third Time
101 J5
Sixth race mile and a slxteenth
Duchess of Montcbollo 4 to 1 won
Knight of Ivanhoo 10 to 1 second
Morliugo 7 to 10 third Time
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MUD RUNNRS
WIN STAKES
GRAVESEND June G Mud run
ners had an Inning at Gravesend to
day The feature tho Bedford sell
Ing stakes resulted in a victory for
Miss Nott but only after a terrific
drive which lasted all through the
stretch Results
First race about six furlongs
Right Easy 4 to 1 won Royal Cap
tive 15 to 1 second Adriucbe CO to 1
third Time 111
Second race steeplechase about
two and a half miles Backbrldge 4
to 5 won DIpIt 7 to L second Dr
Keith 1 to 1 third Time 458
Third race Miss Noll even won
Danger Mark 5 lo 2 second Fair
Miss 13 to 2 third Time 102 25
Fourth race mile and three six
teenths Bob IU 0 to 1 won Berke
ley IS to 5 second Pins and Needles
10 to 1 third Time 203
Finn race mile and a slxteenth
Petronius 3 to 1 won Frank Pur
cell 3 to 1 second Dull Care 7 to 1
third Time 150 25
Sixth race five Mi longs Syxygy 5
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I I Ugo f to 1 third Time 103 25 I
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LATONA DERBY
LATONIA Ky June GJoe Morris
laying in second place until the
stretch run came on in the last eighth
of a mile and won the twentyfourth
renewal of the Latonla derby today
by ono length Donau assuming an
early lead held it until challenged In
the stretch and fell back beaten Doola
Boola coming strong and getting the
second position The other threo were
out run all the way
First race Tho Latonla one mile
and a half was won this afternoon by
Joe Morris Boola Boola was second
Donau thfrd Time 233 15
Sixth race six furlongs Blagg 11
won Alice George 7 place Tony
Bonero 675 show Time 113
Third race six furlongs Al Muller
ll 25 won Hanbrldge 075 place
no show betting Time 111 45
Fourth race Latonia derby mile and
u half Joo Morris 1175 won Boola
Boola S place Donau 725 show
Time 233 24
Fifth race mile and seventy yards
Kings Daughter 075 won Meadow
575 place Tom Haywards 625
show Time 145 35
Sixth race purse mile and a six
teenth Eye Bright 1250 won Ca
mel 950 place Claudia 725 show
Time 145 23
unn WANTS
HIS JOB BACK
SAN FRANCISCO June GAlter
securing an attorney late today
George Little declared he would tako
immediate legal action to secure his
position as manager of Jack Johnson
Little said the trouble between him
self and Jack Johnson began when ho
wrote for the mother and sister of the
champion to come to the training
camp to do the cooking According to
the managers story Johnson objected
so strongly to this action that a fierce
quarrel ensiled This trouble culmi
nated yesterday in the row which led
to the replacing as gatekeeper of Lit
tle by Sig Hart The throats of gun
play became so frequent today that
some excitement was caused by a
visit to Chief of Police Martin by
Little According to the chief ho
was asked to settle the quarrel but
declined on the ground that he had
no right to interfere in a matter over
which the courts must exercise Juris
diction Little said that besides tho
10000 forfeit money wliicli he de
clares he provided for Johnson the
champion owes him 15000 which
the manager paid out on debts con
tracted by his charge
That part of this has gone to TII
tho expenses of Johnsons brother
Charles who Is said 0 bo dying in a
Chicago hospital Is Littles conten
tion This payment according to Lit
tle was resented by Johnson who
was not Inclined to authorize It
A permit was granted today by the
board of supervisors for the erection
of a grand stand In Central park
where the arena for the iefItles John
son fight Is now under course of con
struction
Nolan to Be Manager
SAN FRANCISCO Juno GTho
story that Billy Nolan will very short
ly asBuuio the management of John
ion was confirmed today Nolan had
an Important conference with John
son on Saturday night and was in con
sultatlon with him again today No
lan admits that a proposition has
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Urlntry trouble When yoq eel alt xqa down
Urcd weak and without energy you need B few
dace or tbS ptCelLDt 4ertt corn At a regnlalor It
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be willtake chnrge very shortly
arJ do tulc charge said Nolan
very cautiously find that iM practi
cally Arranged I will endeavor to sea
thatmy man gets what is coming to
him We want nothing else
The story of a switch In referees is
againbeln diaCUi3sled because of the
Nolan I Wgle to the nfnir From the
outset Nolan ha oppouo < 1 Tex Rickard
as roferefc on the ground that the Na
vadan Is not sufficiently well acquaint
ed with the gameri i Nolan as a mat
ter of fact vn > lriGitrumentnl in secur
ing the consent ofJohnson to agree
to Eddie Smith who was the original
Jeffrleo candidate
Rlcknrd has stated all along that he
would withdraw If either fighter had
any serious objections to him Nolan
may persuade Johnson that ho has
theuo objections Such a turn of af
fairs Is quite within the possibilities
Rickard Is frankly worrcd over what
may happen as ho thinks Nolan is
capable of stirring up much trouble
Kaufman did not arrive today at the
camp but he Is expected tomorrow
and If he shows upIt Is likely that the
first boxing between the California I
heavyweight and the champion of the
world will take li ace on Wednesday
afternoon when Johnson is scheduled
to do his next boxing It will give the
best line by far pn the condition of
Johnson as Kaufman will uudobtcd
ly extend himself
JEffRIES CAN
CATCH fiSH
BEN LOMOND Juno GA little
fatigued after a fishing trip that com
menced at 4 oclock this morning nnd
wound up at G this evening Jim Jef
fries with tho rest of his party re
turned to camp at 9 oclock tonight
As far as the days catch was con
cerned the trip was a success and the
big fellow brought home enough fish
to supply the entire camp for two or
three days Hard work will be re
sumed tomorrow mornlng when the
first of tho Corbett bouts Is slated
In all probability Jeffries and the
veteran will box in private as is the
big fellows custom when taking on
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a new sparring partner Corbctt
now in physical shape to travel a
pretty speedy three rounds
Corbett who has been living In
Santa Cruz leturnod with Jeffries to
night to remain here permanently
Eddie Granoy the San Francisco
referee Is again a camp visitor lie
came down he said to sec Corbott
and Jeffries box tomorrow
SALT kEMJ
coriITs GRIMf
SALT LAKE June C Crared by
drink M Knrth about 40 years old
a butcher employed in the shop of Al
bert Smith Sons 1700 South State
street rushed Intohis home 144 West
Third South street at 1115 oclock
this morning and after heaping curses
on lug wife shot at her three times
with n small revolver Aa she foil to
the floor In tho bed room Karth cried
My God I have killed her and will
kill myself too and ran Into the din
ing room
Picking up n long butcher knife from
the table Karth stepped in front of the
mirror In the bed room and slashed his
throat nearly from ear to car He then
ran back to the dining room and fell
where the police found him with his
head against the dining room table
Neighbors notified the police who
hurried to the scene of the attempted
murder and suicide In the patrol wag
on They found Karth lying In a pool
of blood apparently breathing his last
He was hurried to the emergency hos
pital but was ordered to St Marks
hospital by Dr F B Sleele police sur
geon
Dr F Moomieister was summoned I
to attend Mrs Karth After an ex
amination he found that a bullet had
entered her shoulder and had passed
through the body fracturing the cIa
Iclo Another bullet wound was found
on tho loft side of her head and her
loft hand was wounded She too was
ordered taken to St Marks hospital
The man Is in a precarious condi
tion and little hope of his recovery is
entertained Ills wife was not serious
ly wounded
Knrth went to work for Smith d
Son threo weeks ago He got a layoff I
Wednesday sayln he was 111 His
employers expected him back and
whon he left tho house this morning
his wife understood that he was go
Ing back to work
CHILDRENS HAIR
Keep It Clean and Free from Disease
by Doing Parlcian Sage
If you want your children to grow
up witTi strong sturdy and vigorous
hair teach them to use Parisian Sage
the world renowned Hair Tonic
Parisian Sago Is guaranteed by Bad
cons Pharmacy to cure dandruff and
stop falling hair In two weeks It
grows new hair quickly In cases where
the hair Is thinning ouL
It Is positively the most delightful
invigorating hair dressing on the mar
ket It Is not stick or greasy and will I
make the coarse hair soft lustrous I
nn luxuriant Get p GOe bottle from
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tion
BOOSTERS AFTER
911 CO1VETO
Ogden will make a strong effort to
secure the Commercial Travelers convention
ention in 1911
Next Saturday afternoon a largo
delegation of Ogdon boosters will
leave for Helena Montana to attend I
tho United Commercial Travelers
convention and Incldoutly to convince
those In attendance that the only real
place for tho holding of tho 1911 con
vention Is Ogden Utah
Tho delegation will consist ot a
good live bunch according to tho
advance notices received by tho
and there is every likelihood that they I
will succeed In their purpose
Nothing can boost a town Ilk e an en
thusiastic party of commercial trav
elers and those leaving Saturday for
Helena arc pledged to leave no stone
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Electric Irons
We carry the Quick Meal and Acorn water heaters and
ranges They are both perfect and we sell them at cost in or
der to make the price attractive to prospective consumers and
also for the further and important purpose of increasing the use
of gas in the kitchen We sell you a 16inch oven range for
1860 and an 18inch oven range for 2100 If your kitchen
is small and you havent the space for these sized stoves we
can furnish you a small range for 1000 These stoves will
bake as perfectly as any coal or wood stove
A copper coil gas water heater is important and almost a
necessity where gas is used We sell you one of the very best
heaters for 1200 The cost for connecting heaters varies from
300 to 600 according to the location in the kitchen A
kitchen boiler heater requires about fifteen minutes to heat en
ough water for a bath costing 6 cents
We are running the pipes 100 feet from the curb free
When connecting the range wo charge at the rate of 20c per
foot for the labor and pipe Where the distance from the
meter to the stove is less than 7 12 feet we charge 150 for
connecting the range
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Come in and look over our stock of ranges they will in I
terest you
These are the days when the coal stove will try your pat
ienoe and exhaust your vitality Get our electric hot point I
iron sold on trial 30 days for 400 then the ironing will be a
pleasure
UTAH LI6ST RAILWAY COD
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unturned to bring tho next convention
I to Ogden
The United Commercial Travelers
wore entertained in Ogden several
years ago and the event was a huge
BUCCCSS from every viewpoint Today
the local accommodations are far su
perior to those existing at that time
and should Ogden seceure the next
meeting the city will derive no small
amount of benefit both at homo and
abroad
CASE IN COURT
NINETEEN YEARS
BUTTE Mont Juno GAflJr being
In the probate court for nineteen
years tho last chapter Is about to be I
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written In the famous A J Dais
will case
Edward Horsky of the firm of Clay
borg S Ilcrsky of Helena represent
ing Henry A Root ono of tho heirs
this afternoon secured an order from
Judge McClornon directing the admin
istrator J H Loyson to appear on
July 9 und show causo why the affairs
i of tho estate should not be wound
I I up and a final distribution of its as
I sets completed
HIGH PRICES
Tho highest prices paid for live
or drosacd poultry Ogden Fish t
Poultry company 2526 Washington
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and youll not find a better equipped
Laundry Cleaning and Dyeing Estab
lishraent than ours Wo clean any
thing In thc line of Ladles and Den
tlemons Clothing Drapes House Fur
nishing and etc And we do It right
Our work Is always reliable One trial
will convince you of the superior
or our work
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LAUNDERERS CLEANERS
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Phones 174 437 25th Street
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