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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY JULY 14 1910
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VUNION LABEL
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
ind Phone two ring6No 56 I
Boll Phono No 322
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 66 I
Bell Phone one ringNo 5G
RANDOM
REfERENCES
We are offering prlco Inducements
that are turning many towards this
Gtore FRED M NYE CO
Advertlsora must nave their copy tor
t o Evening Standard tho ovonlnc be
foro tho day on which tho advertise
ment IQ to appear In order to insure
publication
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I Coal call tip Partrer d Co Sot
rates on lump nut and clack
I Call Alley pnoncs 22 Tor carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
t specialty Also prompt dollvory
baggage 412 25th
i Got your Union Pacific and Orccon
Short Line tickets At tho office In he
Opera House Block Dont forco your
self to stand In lino at tho Depot
For Sale Ola mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
WANTEDCloaa vhlto raga at tho
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r I SPORTS
r BillY DELANEY
I GIVES ms VIEWS
Many think that It was mainly due
to the clover suggestions of Billy Do
laney the veteran fight manager that
Jack Johnson defeated Jeffries so eas
ily Delaney was In constant com
munication with Johnson for weeks
before the fight and was at the ring
side to help Johnson during the bat
tle Delaney Is conceded to ho tho
Nrtpoloon of tho fighL game His view
I of tho present tieavywolght situation
fSlIowa
By Billy Delano
1 am out of tho ring game now hut
I Intend to keep In close touch with
pugilistic affairs aa long as I live for
I have always been Interested In tho
sport As the heavyweight situation
now presents Itself to mo there Is no
living man capable of taking John
sons laurels away from him Prob
ably at this time next year the HIt
uatlon will no much different John
son will be going on 35 years of ago
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this time In 1911 and at that age the
fighting ability la pretty generally
Itnocked out of a fighter no matter
whether ho has been steadily working
or loafing
Tommy Burns and Sam Langford
have both been suggested as possibil
ities for meeting Johnson Personal
ly I prefer my own protege Al Kauf
man tho California blacksmith
When I was retained by Johnaon I
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arranged for Kaufman to become one
of Johnsons sparring partners The
I big white chap had willingness and
I strength but ho lacked speed The
I first few times they sparred Kaufman
was like an amateur compared with
I Johnson Then we had Kaufman dup
J licate Jeffries style of fighting and
I stack up against the champion There
I was no change However In the last
I week they worked together Kaufman
had acquired a new style entirely He
had gained cleverness and speed and
showed up as well at times against
I the negro as Jeffries did In the ring
I With proper training during tho next
year Kaufman will be In a position
to wrest the laurels away from John I
I son The best of feeling prevails be I
e tween Jack and Al and likely always
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flOTO SAYS fIGHT
S W AS fRAMEUP
By Wra F Floto
I Now that the JeffriesJohnson fight
In a week old much has been said and
written about the contest and the
more thought that Is given the big
battle the more certain It appears
that It was a gigantic frameup as
stated In these columns several days
ago Many of the bust sport writer
I of tho country are now giving out
that statement and they simply sus
tain the contention I made on my
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THIS WE CONSIDER ONE OF THE GREATEST OP l y r
t < GREATEST STOCK OF READY TOWEAR GOODS FOR
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PORTUNITIES TO PICK UP THE FINEST MERCHANDISE
art e7 c WOMEN IN OGDEN THE LADIES OF OGDEN KNOW IT
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AT THE PRICE OF ORDINARY GOODSAT A TIME
< 1f10 nrIE T U If US IS AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE OVERLOOKED NO
WHEN EVERY WOMAN STILL HAS NEED FOR SUMMER T
For Sunnmeii1 and Vaca ion Needs OTHER STOCK IN OGDEN AFFORDS THE OPPORTUNITY
MERCHANDISE REMEMBER WE SAY BETTER MERCHANDISE OUR POLICY OF KEEPING UP ASSORTMENTS DURING JULY
PLACED THIS MONTH LONG AGO UPON THE BUSY LIST WE DONT SHOW YOU A FEW GARMENTS BUT A
CHANDISE LOWER PRICES IT BRINGS SATISFACTION TO THOUSANDS OF WARM r
WEATHER BUYERS WHO FIND OUR STOCKS A GRATIFY STOCK THAT IS KEPT UP
ING CONTRAST TO THOSE USUAL ELSEWHERE J
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r w OS ee tmazlng R e d uctlon
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EverylI oilers Worth owe MelI imIDldii e Gefs Une Mark Down Fever In Many Departments Less
K TrfIan JHIilllRHo Oihers QJl lIHani snmd Sllm ar Redue lioDlSo filis 1JJaqlll stionably the most radical Reduc
ion sane we ever aiRiaossicedL Women kJJlowblg whit line stocks we carry will be all the more
1 eajeiy ftoSSlre In fMs sale of SratworfiSiy goods a prices legardness o New York cost Our one
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NO MATTIER H 0 > rv G REAT THE LOSS
i i SUITS DRESSES WAISTS SKIRTS KIMONOS
CORSETS UNDERWEAR HOSIERY SHOES
DRESS GOODS SILKS WASH GOODS
LINENS AND DOMESTICS 1
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YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO BUY UNLESS YOU KNOW YOU AR E BUYING THE BEST MERCHANDISE AT LOWEST PRICE IT IS AT THIS STORE
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return from Reno It was not a bat
tle for the supremacy of the white
race nor was It for glory but It was
for tho almighty dollar und In that
respect It was tho most successful
fight over held In this or any other
country The fighters and promoters
became independently rich from this
bout and can now give tho public
the laugh
In a story published in this paper
today Tex RIckard makes a statement
about how the men wore signed up
He admits that he promised each
man 10000 to sign articles and when
they accepted his offer the opening
of tho bids In Now York was simply
a farce and Intended to feel tho pub
lic as all tho subsequent proceedings
were Tho fight game Is now In bad
condition and as the true facts come
to light It will be placed In an even
worse light and It will be a long
time before It regains the position It
hold before this gigantic swindle was
perpetrated on the public
Personally I haVo no regrets for
making the trip to Reno Tho fight
Itself was a great disappointment but
the pleasure of making the trip In
company with a lot of good fellows
mooting many sporting celebrities In
Reno watching the events leading up
to the fight and the sight In the
arena and around Reno after the bat
tle will never be rorgotten They
were worth the price and the scene
will hardly be duplicated during the
life of those who were at Reno on
that eventful day It will be talked
about and written over for the next
fifty years and will never be forgot
ten when pugilistic events are spoken
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One little Incident which occurred
Immediately alter the fight which
looks rather suspicious Is still very
fiesh In my mind After tho battlo
I had dinner with my brother Jim
Corbctt and Mrs Corbett As wo
were going up to our roms In the
elevator Corbett askea his wife tor
t money She opened her hand
bag took three twenty dollar gold
pieces from her purse and giving ono
to Corbetl remarked This IB nigger
money I just won It on Johnson
If Mrs Corbctt won on Johnson on
whose advice did she bet and what
way did Jim Corbolt place his mon
ey
0L BASEBALL RESULTS I
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Won Lost PC
Philadelphia 50 2H 685
Now York 4U 30 589
Boston 12 32 568
Detroit 42 35 545
Cleveland 32 30 471
Chicago 31 41 431
Washington 29 45 392 I
SU Louis 22 49 309
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
1 = Won Lost PC
Chicago r 44 27 019
New York 42 28 600
Pittsburp 36 32 529
Cincinnati 39 35 527
Philadelphia 31 36 486
Brooklyn 32 40 441
SL Louis 32 12 132
Boston 29 18 x377
National League
At SL T IJ5gL Louis 0 Brook
lyn 3
At Chicago Chicago 1 Philadel
phia 2
At Cincinnati Boston 0 Cincin
nati 2 v t
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At Pittsburg Pittsburg 4 New
York 0 I
American League
At Now York Cleveland 9 New
York 2
At llndelphltlSlLowAl Phil
adelphia 2
At Detroit Washington G Do
trolt 7
At Boston Boston 5 Chicago 1
Indianapolis 0
American Association
At Louisville Milwaukee 1 Louis
ville 0
At Indianapolis Kansas City 4
Indianapolis 0
At ToledoSt Paul 0 Toledo 4
At ColumbusMinneapolis 6 Co
lumbus 4
Western Leaguo
At St Joseph First game St Jo
seph 3 Topeka O Second game
SL Josoph 13 Topeka 3
At Des Molnes Lincoln Si Des
Moines 4
At Denver Denver 13 Wichita 4
At Sioux City Slour City 16
Omaha to
Northwestern League
At Tacoma Tacoina 7 Vancou I
ver 5
At SpokaneSeattle 4 Spokane 2 i
Coant League
At San Francisco Sacramento 5 I
San Francisco 2
At Los Angeles Vernou 2 Los
Angeles L
At Portland Portland 1 Oakland
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OCCIDENTALS NOSE OUT
IN EXHIBITION GAME
Salt Lake July HBeforo a good
sized weekday crowd the Occidentals
won the exhibition gamo with Salt
Lake at Walkers field yesterday by
a score of 7 to 6 Salt Lake tlod tho
score at G to Gin tho eighth but the
colored boys nosed out Manager
Donovan tried out some new material
Kenyon the pitcher failed to show
ill but Third Sucker Costello did
good work In tho box
Friday the locals may make tho
trip to Heber for an exhibition game
Tho lineup
Salt Lake Occidentals
Tolles G Langley
Costello pTeununt Hanson
Good l b Mooney
Vevlns L 2b f Black
Ownes GallachorSb Lane
D DonovunIdil > Hawkins
i Bock If Hanson Tennant
WoBterman cf C Burns
Stewart rf j Burns
RACE IS TO BE
RUN WITHOUT MECHANICS
New York July Hnalvh Do
Palma and George Robertson Decided
yesterday that they wfll drive their
coming fivemile match race ut Bright
on Beach on July 23 without mechan
ics This Is not usual ami In a long
er race would not bo possible as tho
mechanic Is needed to keep up the
compression on the gas etc This
condition will add a splco of excite
ment to the raco as the cars will
havo a tendency to go wldo on the
turns This may bo nomowhat Off
set by the fact that the driving wheels
of both cars aro on the left The
I heats Will all bii from flying starts
Robertson will drlvo hla big Sim
plex and Do Palma his Flat Cy
clone The racp will be for 500
There will bo several other good
events o nthe card and a hip Hold la
expected
READ THE CLASS AD TODAY
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DIVORCES ASKED
fOR N SALT LAff
Salt Lako July 14 Another act It
the continuous performance of the
Alice E Bosh vs Robert E Bess dl
vorco cage was opened yesterday whet
Mrs Bess filed an amended complaint
pursuant to the permission given bj
Judge C W Morse threo weeks ago
when ho sot aside the interlocutor
decree granted about six months ago
In the amended complaint filed yes
terday Mrs Bess charges failure tc
provide but cruelty of a nature which
forbids printing details Is made the
chief cause for complaint Thoy were
married April 12 1393 and thero arc
seven children
Tilbury vs TII bury
Among the other divorces asked far
In the district court yesterday Louise
Tilbury brouht suit against Jasper
Tilbury charging cruelty and failure
to provide Mrs Tilbury said they
were married at Salt Lake October
1908 and that her husband had
driven her from home and then when
she found work at a local hotel he
had followed driving her back home
again at the point of a knife
Emma J Lunde who was married
to Paul Lundo In December 190G
says her husband deserted her al
their home at Binghnm last Aprl
and since then she and their child
loss than 2 years old havo been com
pelled to ask charity for support
LITTLE DAUGHTER
HAD SCALP HUMOR
Itched So that She Scratched Until
Blood Came Hair Fell Out Scalp
had Unpleasant Odor Used Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment Four
Weeks Scalp Perfectly Clear
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Hair Began to Grow Again and Now
Has Beautiful Long Hair
When my little daughter was about
five years old she was taken with tho
nrasltw A few weeks
ij alter the mcvolcs WdrO
s fi gone file bait to hnvo
t 4 a severe scalp unior
W It itched ao that she
I l would catch the whole
> 1 day until the blood
I f M came Wo had a doctor
1 and tried a toad many
t othT remedies but
I > nothing helped tier
1ri y r hair all foil out and the
v scalp lUflf had an un
til jljaiut odor
r 1AfWr w < had tried
I oil tho other remedies
11j ti mr wife told mo to try
the Cuticurn Rem lies
yin bought ono cake of
Cutlcura Sotp anti ono box of Cuticura
Ointtnrnt We iiwwl 116 C tlcuru Rem
cdi vti mod I + mg to iircliona and in
abuit thtti on four vnc + its hr cap wJ
reroqlly ch nr of tb9 rriblo hiimur
I r hulr bt > W Co grow r lnm jtnp npw
oho liat ncaiUlful 1 ° r hair Sins that
tirptf I have tC1ro1 rndd U > < utict < ra
KoiaodiiM to ethos OJopu and they also
Amanu
Chci SalKbrcnncr
had 6U < xtts
Iowa Nov 8 1000
Catkats 60 lSfo t Cuttara OIOll12eo1l tOrJ
snit Cutlcora H ivnt Wk r or Cutieur Pile
tOld ibrouabout lt T nr4 Poitfr Drug
Ikl sus ibgoe CIumbua Arr
i CMP Sot Pfnpi I3S Colurobut Art
I hem
DJMIOD Uua D IUlHI ha 32pasc book Hotr 1
10 Trut tar AQ IU3 or tbe IUD sad kwlp
Mrs Lunde says her husband owns
the Highland Boy livery stables at
BIngham worth 9000 and giving an
Income of 500 a month Ho also
owns two houses at Bingham and
other real estate at American Fork
and mining stock worth 15000 She
asks for reasonable alimony and cus
tody of their child
Irene L Forchle charges simple
failure to provide in her complaint
I asking a divorce from Edward For
chlo whom she married in 1904 She
says In her application for publication
of summons however that her hus
band left her May 15 1910 saying ho
was only going to Ogdon Three days
Inter she received a letter saying her
husband was going to Mexico and
since hen she has heard nothing of
him Mrs Forohlo asks that her
maiden name of Irene Leslie be re
stored
After being known as Mrs Julia
Barber for twentytwo years Mrs
i Barber wants her maiden name of
I Julia Hanks restored when she re
coios a divorce from Frederick K
Barber They were married at Buck
inghamshire Kingdom of England
May 1 1888
Nettle Buchanan asks for a divorce
from Angus Buchanan charging that
he has boon an habitual drunkard and
has failed to provide Thoy were
married at Provo January 2 1S90
and have one child 17 years old
Mao Hart says her sisterinlaw
told her that George Hart her hus
band is In Chicago and she wants a
divorce on tho ground of desertion
This desertion according to the com
plaint occurred May 19 1910
i FOR RAILROAD COMMISSION
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Salt Lake July 14A A Duncan
I attorney for fhe Retail Merchants as
sociation delivered an address on
I freight rates on coal to the retail
merchants last night Ho reviewed
I the recent ruling of the Interstate
I commerce commission and told of Its
I effect on local conditione Ho advo
I cated a bill establishing a state rail
road commission In this state
I If all the merchants belonging to
this association said Mr Duncan
I will begin at once to advocate this
thing among their customers by the
Hmo the next legislature meets there
will ho a wave of opinion In favor of
this movement In the state which tho
legislature cannot get around With
the establishing of a railroad commis
sion the citizens of tho state will then
I bo given their just deserts In trans
portation rates of which they have
I been so long denied
At the clos of the mooting all of
I the merchants present Indorsed tho
sentiments of Mr Duncan and stated
I that they would Immediately begin a
In order
i canvass of their customers
to roeta bill establlahlng a railroad
I commission at the next meeting of the
legislature
NEW PRESIDENT OF
BRAZIL TO BE ENTERTAINED
I > Washington i July 14 Probably the
I most elaborate program ever prepared
i for tho entertainment In the United
Btitos of a dignitary from South Am
1 erica Ite being arranged for President
elect Uermcs Fonscca of Brazil
trom ilhc time that he lands In Now
York ion August 5 until his dopart
urc on September 3 he will be kept
on the go seeing the sights or Amer
ica mdbelnp ntertaSned with much
1 display
Chargft Silva of the Brazilian em
bnssyvln the tJriltcxl States Is arrang
ing nj1 the stale department for the
presenting of the presidentelect
President TfMat Beverly
x Immediately alter formftlltloe < th
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presidentelect of Brazil will visit
I Valley Forge Pa to meet Secretary
Knox
Receptions in honor of the distin
I guished visitor are being planned at
Philadelphia Boston and Washing
I ton Similar functions may await
I him when he visits PlttRburg and Chicago
I
i cago On account of his own accom
I plishments In military organization
I the Brazilian will be taken to West
Point mdto Annapolis to Inspect
the schools there Ho will also visit
the most Important shipbuilding yards
In the east
The presldentolect will be accom
panied by Mr Rodriguez editor of
the Journal of Commerce an Influ
entlal Brazilian publication
GOLDFIELD CON MAKES
GOOD RECORD IN JUNE
Running at an average of not over
75 per cent of its normal capacity at
the mill and with no shipments of
hlgh grade ore to smelter the Gold
field Consolidated mines during the
month of June produced 2991 tons
of ore valued at 903480 the values
icallred being SS68264 percentage of
extraction 9547 and total profits for
tho month 628464 The percentage
of profit was 6910
General Manager J It Finlays re
port which has just been submitted
I to directors of tho company shows
that 65000 were expended during I
the month In construction work and
In bullion I
on fire loss and 19000
tax and marketing bullion in addi I
tion to the ordinary general expenses
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The extraction by tho mill was un
usually good the values In the con I
centrate residues being too low to pay
freight and treatment charges to smel
ter as has been done in the past II
A largo amount of development work
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I was done with good results in ore
and In tho Clonnont alone drifts arc
Ing run out for four separate known
ore bodies
FAMOUS KLONDIKER Js
KILLED BY A CRANE
I Dawson Y T July 14 Stewart
Mcnzles master mechanic of tho Yu
kon Gold company with large dredg
ing works at Ogilvle Bridge In the
suburbs of Dawson traa killed yes t
torday by a threeton dredge which
loll across his body while being I
swung Into place by a crane His l
death wag Instantaneous Mensles I
was a famous Klondlker He previ
ously sailed out of Portland and San I
Francisco as chief engineer of the
steamer George W Elder i
ENGAGED TO YOUNG GOULD
I Davenport la July 1tMrs Be
i atrice Bruner Godfrey of this city Is
engaged to Jay Gould son of George
J Gould of New York according to
an announcement made here yester
day by Mrs Bruner mother of Mrs
Godfrey
Mrs Godfrey who was formerly that
i wife of Arthur W Godfrey of Bos
ton Is now playing with a musical
corned company in London
MIN RESCUE STATIONS
II Victoria B C July HThe Brit
ish Columbia government has placed
orders In Plttsburg for complete ap
paratus for three minerescue station
to be Installed In the principal coal
I mining areas of British Columbia
One will be established in Crow
Nest Pass and two on Vancouver is
land
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TRAVELERS CHEQUES Very easy
and accept the A B A
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OGDEN STATE BANK
Capital and Surplus 21600000
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