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I I i 830 P M SHARP
1 Joe Thomas vs Terry Keller
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I i Two Round Farley vs Kid Rose J
j Eddie Mathewson vs Eddie Weber
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I TICKETS AT HARROP GODDARDS GIGA R STAND ALSO AT FAIR GROUND GATES
i GENERAL ADMISSION S3 RESERVED SEATS 1 EXTRA RINGSIDE 2 EXTRA
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ness for the KellerThomas boxing
J j contest which will Lc pulled oft
Tnursday night at the Fair Grounds
The big arena which is being constructed
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structed in connection with the grand
stand will be completed this evening
I l Tho ring will be elevated and will b
constructed In accordance with the
jl regulations prescribed by tho Mar
I quis of Quccnsbury rules
c Terry Keller Ogdei s native son
I Is winding up his training for Iho
tout at his training quarters at Idle
build A largo crowd of specatora
1 visited the camp again last evening
1 and watched their favorites daily
workout and commented on the excel
J i lent condition which he appears to be
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Keller wind is in line condition
and ho shows no signs whatever of
staleness or overtraining LIo Is a
glowing picture of health and physi
cal energy and Thomas is destined to
fight tho battle of his lifo Thursday
f I evening according to tiio oplnious of
Ogdons fight ians
Joo Thomas cxmlddloweight cham
pion of the world and tho man whom
tbo present champion Stanley Ketch
r ell dofeated two years ago for th o
title Is far from being out of the
i game Thomas who Is training at
the Salt Palace Salt Lake is confi
dent that ho will put Keller away In
Jig time Thomas work at his train
k ing camp has been wholly satisfac
1 1 tory to his admirers and a large
L amount of Salt Lako money will mak >
l Its appearance In Ogden Thursday
I night to back tho faith which ZIon
ites have in their man
It was stated last night that a fight
special will bo run from Salt Lako
and that a large contingent ex
pected to join the Salt Lakers from
points to the south The contest has
been well advertised vhlch fact with
the reputation sustained by both men
I will make this one of the best attend
ed boxing exhibitions held In this
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Tho main event will bo preceded
by two sixround contests The first
will bo between Kid Rose of Salt
Lako and Tworound Farley of Og
den Tire second exhibition will In
volve Eddie Mathowgon of Ogden and
Eddie Webber of Salt Lake Both o f
r these bouts the first of which Is
echeduled for S30 pm should prove
Interesting curtain raisers for the
i main event
1 1 BASEBALL RESUrn
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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I Philadelphia 58 28 G74
B os ton 5 1 GO 1
New Vork 60 35 58S
DetrOIt 48 11 539
Cleveland 37 45 4111
Washington Ii fi1 414
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Chicago 35 51 40i
St LoUIS 25 57 306
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
C Von Lost PC
Chicago 54 20 651
New York 47 5 fin
Piltsburg 90 r 35 6GS
Cincinnati 11 a 518
Philadelphia r40 43 182
St Lcuks 13S 17 447
i Brooklyn 34 fi1 400
Boston 33 55 375
x AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 8 Philadelphia 2
PHILADELPHIA July 26Phl1a
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delphia and Cleveland again broko
oven In a doubleheader this after
noon Cleveland made four double
plays in the second sam Score
First game It H E
Cleveland 4 S 3
Ihlladelphla 6 11 2
Batteries Falkcnborg and Bemis
Coombs and Lapp
Second game R H E
Cleveland 120
Philadelphia 2 G 2
Batteries Kooslner and Easterly
Denver and Lapp
Detroit 1 New York 0
NEW YORK July 26Cobbs home
run In tho first Inning scored the only
run of a pitching duel between Don
ovan and AVarhop here today Detroit
making It three out of four from
1 New York Welter got one hand on
Cobbs long drive and broke a finger
I Score R HJE
Detroit 1 8 1
New York n 0 5 1
Batteries Donovan and Schmidt
Warhol and Mitchell
St Louie 4 Boston 6
BOSTON Tidy 26Br free hitting
Boston won the final game of tho
Series from SL Louis today fi to 4
Karger was taken out when tho vis
I itors began to look dangerous
Score R H E
i St Louis 11 1 4 S 2
Boston C 11 0
Batteries Ray and Stephens Kar
gel Hail and Klclnow
Washington 2 Chicago 3
WASHINGTON July 2C Chicago
defeated Washington today White J
outpltchlng Johnson at critical points
A fir caught by Parent and the bat
ting of Schaefer were features
Score R H E
Washington 2 7 2 I
Ghlcaijo 1 S 0
BatteriesJohnson and Beckendorf
While and Payne
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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plttsburg 5j Philadelphia 2
PITTSBURG July 26 White hold
Philadelphia to only two hits today
and his two ° aSger drove In threo
of PIttsburgs five runs The two
runs which the visitors scored were i
oii Wild throws by Byrne and Flynn I
Score R HE
Pittsburg 5 7 5
Philadelphia 2 2 5
Batteries White and Gibson Mor
en Foxen and Dooln
Boston 2 Brooklyn 1
BROOKLYN July 2GBrooklyn lost
to Boston today Tho visitors bunch
ed three of their hits off Rucker In
the second Inning Mattern allowed
only throe hits Brooklyn has secure I
Pitcher Grabble of the Galveston
team Score R If E
I Boston 2 1 3
Brooklyn 1 3 1
Batteries Mattcrn and Smith
Rucker and Erwin
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Wichita Denver 11 Wichita 10
At Topeka Topoka a St Joseph 10
At Omaha Omaha G Des Moines 2
At Lincoln Lincoln 2 Sioux City
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Toledo Kansas City 2 Toledo a
14 innings I
At Columbus Milwaukee 5 Colum
Ins 3
At Lqulsvlllc Minneapolis 0 Louis
ville 1
COAST LEAGUE
At Los Angeles Vcrnon 2 Oak
kind 1
At San FranciscoSan Francisco
3 Portland 0
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Seattle rancouver 4 Seattle O
At Tacoma Tacoma 1 Spokane 0
4 Petition for LettersA petition for
letters of administration in the estate
of George Weston who died Intestate
at Hot Springs Ark August 189
has just been filed In the district
court Mjy Edith A Cox daughter of
the deceased Weston at the time of
bin rloath was a resident of Park
county Colorado but owned property I
In Ogden to the value of 3000
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bank regularly
That is why ho is so successful
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You are cordially invited
j with us to open arj account
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Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
Capital Stock 100000 00
Surplus and Profits 10000000
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REGUlAR SESSION
OF CITY COUNCil
I The city fathers were in session
I last night with all tho members pres
ent except Councilman Flygaro and
Dlckson
The mayors communication vetoing
the claim of the street supervisor for
back pay for horse hire was consid
ered and the veto was voted down by
a vote of 7 to 1 Councilman Dana I
voting to sustain the mayor In his ac
tion The reason for the veto as
stated in the executives communica
tion was that the claim was Illegal
Tho regular pay rolls amounting to
335886 from the various depart
ments of tho city government and
40890 for the waterworks depart
ment were allowed and tho city audi
tor was Instructed to draw warrants
for the several amounts
The engineer presented plans and
specifications for the paving curbing
and guttering sewerlng and sidewalk
Ing of Hudson avenue and they were
approved and the engineer was In
structed to advertise for bids for tho
construction of the same
I R B Paine was appointed to the
position of desk sergeant at tho
police station to fill tho vacancy occa
sioned by the resignation of Sergeant
L H Carver
Councilman Barker recommended
that the city engineer accompany
George Griffith over Harrison avenue
from Oak street to Nineteenth street
for the purpose of making changes In
the gradd of the avenue Tho recom
mendation was adopted
Upon the recommendation of Coun
cilman Barker the council ordered
that the bond of the Wheelwright
Construction company be not re
leased until tho streets embraced In
sewer district 100 be placed In as
good condition as they were before
the sewer was built
On motion of Councilman Dana the
matter ot removing trees from tbo
corner of Lincoln avenue and Twen
tysixth street and the corner ot Jef
ferson avenuo and Twentyseventh
street was referred to the park com
mission I
The council adjourned to meet next
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OGDfNITES PAY
PARIS A VISIT
Captain Brown has received a let
ter from his son Grant Brown who
is on a mission in Franco stating that
ho had just returned from a weeks
visit to gay Pareo t
The sights of the Parisian capital
arc manifold and made a profound
Impression on the minds of Grant and
his companion J Movie Gray former
1 > employed on local papers but who
is now on a mission in the same dis
trict with Grant
The boys visited tho Louvre with
its wondrous art treasures also the
Luxemburg palace and other mu
seums and galleries famed through
out tho world They ascended the
Elffol tower nearly a thousand feet
high and wrote postal cards to their
friends from its highest platform
Little of tho devastation caused by
the great flood of last spring Is now
vlslllcso prompt have tho authori
ties been In restoring tho cltyg beau
ty for tho benefit of tho thousands of
foreigners who make Paris their ob
jective point each year as Well aa to
satisfy their own esthetic tastes
The Ogdon boys enjoyed their visit
thoroughly and carried back to their
mission fields nt Lille many new Ideas
regarding France and its Institutions
SEWING MACHINE
EMPLOnS ENTERTAiNED
The employes of the Ogden branch
of the White Sewing fachlne com
pajiy were entertained yesterday at
Ligoou by Managoi H P Nebold
The entire local olllco forco was In
cluded In the part which loft Ogden
yesterday morning for the popular re
sort on the Bambergor lino The
day was spent In howling bathing
boating and other amusements which
the place affords
At 1 oclock an elaborate banquet
was served In tho cafe tho menu In
cluding Utahs famous trout and chick
en Tho remainder of the day was
passed In various amusements when
tho guests departed voting unanl
mously that a more pleasant day they
had nave spent
Those in party included Mr and
Mrs C A Knowlden Mr and Mrs
S A McDonald Mr and Mrs R P
Walker MIss Kenzle Mips Thoma
Mr Crowley Mr Polly and Master
Ralph McDonald
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f GEORGE 1 CROFT
IS LAID TO REST
lJh funeral of JeoriQ A Croft the
unfrirttmoj victimof cotflenlal elec
tTOcilUontfny held nt12 ocloclt yes
terday nfornoonut Uio First ward
mooting housq Blsbop W O Ridges
conducted the tar lcca which wore
largely attended
Tho musical part of the service In
cluded the following Duct Jesus
Lover of My Soul MJsa Myrtle Bal 1
linger and Miss Maud Bolnap solo I
Resignation Miss Maud Bolntip
duet Count Your Blessings Mlfis
Bolnap nnd lIaR Bnlllnger solo
Face to Faco3MlB8 Balllngpr
Tho speakers were H C Jacobs
Patriarch George W Larkln Thomas
Shreovo and Wllford Mudson
Tho sneakers 7 eulogized the de
ceased paying glowing tributes to his
memory and characterizing him as a I
Christian of true devotion whoso life
had always been exemplary and true
to the service of bill employers
A wealth of beautiful flowers testi
fied strongly to the high esteem In
which tho deceased was hold In the
community Among the most beauti
ful designs were two large wreaths
containing In each design a bell One
of these was from the Bell Telephone
company for which ho worked and
the other was from his fellow em
ployes
A large cortego 1 followed the body
to tho Ogden City cemetery whore
Interment was made the grave being
dedicated by Bishop Ridges
INSANE FROM LOVE
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Provo July 2T4 Fred Fournler a
native of Switzerland was examln I
ed as to his sanity before Judge Booth
In the district court by Drs H S
Payne and David Westwood and was
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committed to tho state mental hos
pital Fournlor Is 39 yearn of ago
and camo to Utah a few days ago
from Oiiray Colo and was taken In
charge of by tho officers at Tuckor
where ho IB said to have tried to
commit suicide by throwing himself
from a train From his rambling
talk It Is believed that ho has been
disappointed In a love affair and IB
Buffering from melancholy despond
pnoy with suicidal tendencies The
doctors aro of tho opinion that tho
man will bo restored to reason with
ft few weeks treatment
Will REOPEN oms
ON NEW HOTEL
Negotiations aro again under way I
for the Immediate erection of tho big
Mattson hotel at Lincoln avenue and
Twentyfifth street
Bids were opened a few days ago
Mid tho contract was vltually awarded
to G A Whltmcyer The contractor
discovered however that an error
hAd been made In certain calculations
and as a result Mr Mattson reopen
ed the bidding and notified all con
tractors to again present their bids
for the contracts
NORFOLK NEB July 26Potor
Adam Young son of a wealthy farm
er of this county was arrested late
today on a warrant Issued by his fa
ther who charges the theft of 5000
In gold from a metal pot which the
older Young used as a safety deposit
vault
Chicago July 27Parson Davies
who was brought hero from New York
Saturday Is In a very weakened con I
dition It was announced last night
Intense heat which enveloped the city i
yesterday caused him to suffer a re
lapse I
BOY ACCIDENTAllY
SHOOTS FATHER
John NcIIsou employed at Reel
Uroa harness factory was accident
lj shot In tho leg last night by his
sou a lad of sixteen
Mr Nollson who resides at Nortu
Ogden was seated In tho house when
his son entered with a caliber rlflo
and commenced tho process of un
loading It In some mysterious man
ner tho weapon was dlschaigod the
bullet striking r Neilson In the up
per part of the right leg and passing
nearly through It
Dr Crawshaw and Dr Wardlelgi
were called and had llttlo difficult >
In locating and removing tho bullet
J ho wound Is not centered danger
ous and Mr Neilson will not bo In
capacitated but a fcv days iinlcsn
complications set In
AUCTION OF PURE BRED SHEEP
Tho International Sheep show con
ducted In connection with the Four
State fair at Ogden Utah Septem
ber 23rd to 29th this year will bo
tho greatest exhibit of Its kind over
held A big auction of thoroughbred
sheep will take place and It Is al
ready stated that upward of 10000
thoroughbred rams will be sold
LEGAL BATTLE
FOR CHilORtN
That a fight in the courts is to be
r ado for tho possession of Ruth M
and Cleopatra F bHger the two
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011 You can get along without thembut you will
need something besides starchy vegetables to sus
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t I < ent or eggs It is more nourishing costs much
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tr always pure always the same Your grocer sells it
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Shredded Wheat Biscuit io made of the
ry J < f r c whole wheat steam cooked shredded i
I4 and baked in the cleanest finest food
may factory in the world It is readycooked
1 readytoserve Two Shredded Wheat
Biscuits heated in the oven to restore
t crispness and eaten with a little hot
Ir milk and salted or sweetened to suit the
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breakfast you will like it for any meal
in combination with vegetables baked
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Things Loon Brighft For
LUCKY MANu
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The resent sale of stock in the Lucky Man Mine has produced
sufficient means to scud the work forward Those who arc just from
the district in which this mine is located arc filled with enthusiasm
over the prospects Some miners wbn have boon on the property
lately arc very desirous of going to work on the Lucky Man Mine and I
are willing to take stock for their wagesnot only are these men
willing but eager to do this knowing the property as they do
There is hardly a shadow of doubt that the mine will Le
the big shippers by the first of December some of the experts among who
have seen the property recently and who know what the proposed
work consists of say that very profitable shipments will begin before
that time
Farrell the manager will be in Ogden for a few more da
days and
will then go to supervise tho work of
o sinking the main shaft into the
ore bodyowners of stock may be justified in looking for
b rapid increase
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Address 2265 Lincoln Avenue
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minor daughters of tho lrtte juj3 j
Geiger was made evident yesterday j
rnoon
pfternoon when
an answer to the writ
of habeas corpus Indued by Jiidgo 1
A Ilowell was filed with the
clerk county
Adolphlno B Finch present cuslo
dlan of the children vows that the
girls are In hcii care because It wnn
their mothers desire that she ghoul
leak after them This IB her answer
to the charge of Sophia Geiger that
119 children are being hold unlawim
ly by her Mrd Flock who now has
possession of the girl Is a resident
of Wells Nov
A SNAP FOR BUILDERS
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Having taken the
contract for re
moving all the buildings on Hudson
avenue I will sell all the brick old
lumber glass glass doors plumbing 1
material or anything In connection
with the condemned buildings Will
sell all or any part of a building
Phono HOOD Ind
or 1552 Bell or
call on the undersigned at the works
CHAS RICHARDSON h
BURGLARY AT THE PARK
A BUNGLING ATTEMPT
Park City July 27 AmatPut i
cracksmen early this morning made a
bungling attempt to got Into the safe
In the Berry Brothers livery stable
on upper Main street The dial of
tho solo was knocked off by the
mauradors but they hnd ovldontlv
boon frightened away while at their
work so that the contents of th >
strong box was not reached Thu
stable did a big business yesterday In
hauling pleasuro seekers to and from
the city grove and It Is thought that
the wouldbo robbers are local toughs a
who figured that the proceeds of thn
days work would bo In tho stable
safeA
A slot machine In the Donovan sa
loon was also broken Into early Mon
day morning and several dollars In
small chango was taken The saloon
robbery was also the work of ama
teurs the police believe and they
are of the opinion that the two trlcka
wore turned by tho same people
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