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I 8 THE DAILY STANDARD GDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 5 1010 r
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SPORTS
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I BASEBALL RESULTS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
f Chicago 5 New York 1
W YORK Aug 1Chtcorolwon
its third straight game front New
York today 5to 1 Five hits in the
sixth lining the last a home run by
1 all their
t I Schultc gave Uio isltorslaU
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f runs Score
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5 9 0
Chicago
r New York N 1 4 1
r JJatteriCB Brown and Kling Ames
Drucke and Schlol
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At BrooklynSt Louis Brooklyn
I game postponed rain
At Boston CincinnatiBoston game
postponed wot grounds
l Pitteburg 6 Philadelphia O
I PHILADELPHIA Aug IPltts
t > 1 burg hit the ball very hard today
I j knocking Stack off the rubber In the
f i I fifth Inning and winning easily G to
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0 Score
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I PJtteburg C 16 3
Philadelphia 0 G 1
t I i Batteries Adams and Gibson I
i Stack Brennan and Moran
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h AMERICAN LEAGUE
I I Boston 2 Detroit 4
DETROIT Aug tDetrolt drove
j Karger from the slab In the fifth In
ning today scoring four rooms and
II I winning the game Willett pitched
r great ball and made several line Hold
ing plays Score
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I Boston 2 7 1
Detroit < 4 0 3
Batteries Karger Collins and Car
rlgan Villett and Stanage
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St Louis 5 Washington 0
I i ST LOCUS Aug 18t Louis and
r Wa hington each won a game In to
I days doubleheader Johnsons pitch
ing heat St Ionls In the first and
I Lake was too much fur the visitors in
the second game Score
First game It II E
St Louis 1 I 3
Washington 9 12 3
Batteries Ray and Stephens Killl
Tel Johnson and Street
Second game n IL E
fit Louis 5 10 0
Washington 0 3
Balteric Lake and Stephens
rooms and Street Henry
Cleveland 6 New York 5
I CLEVELAND Aug 41n a hard
I hitting game Cleveland defeated New
York today Now York bad an early
end but Cleveland bunched hits In
the eighth and scored five rung Score
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Cleveland 6 12 0
I New York 5 lu
Batteries Young and Easterly
Wnrhop and Mitchell
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Chicago 0 Philadelphia 0
I CHICAGO Aug IEd Walsh of
the locals and Jack Coombs of the
I Philadelphia team fought the most
W pcctacular pitchers battle of the sea
PUll here today running sixteen III
I I nlngH to a lie Coombs shut out
the locals without a hit in nine In
nings and allowed but three safe hits
1 I during the battle striking out IS men
Walsh allowed six hits and fanned 10
r Darkness slopped the game Score
R HE
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Chicago 0 3 I
I I Philadelphia 0 G 2
I Batteries Walsh and Sullivan j
I Coqinhs and L Inpaton
I WESTERN LEAGUE
At Topeka Topcka 4 Omaha 2
I At St Joseph St Joseph fi Lincoln
1
At Wichita First game Wichita 12
Des Moines G second same Wichita
1 Tics Moines 2
At Denver First game Sioux City
T Denver 51 second game Sioux Cit I
10 Denver 3 S innings called
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1 r AMERICAN ASSOCIATION I
f At Milwaukee First game Colimii
r j bus 2 Milwaukee > second game
Columbus 4 Milwaukee 1
At Minneapolis Louisville 1 Min
neapolis L
aA At SL P Indianapolis 1 St Paul
r i S
I At Kansas City Toledo 0 Kansas
I City H
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COAST LEAGUE
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AI Sacrauientc San Francisco 2
Sacramento L
At Oakland Porlland t Oakland 5
z r At Los Angeles Vcrnon 5 Lei An
H gelas t
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p NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
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At Vancoiuer Tacotua 1 Vancouv
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Al Seattle Spokane 3 Seattle 2
NEW BASEBALL UMPIRE
Chicago Aug 5J II Colllllowcr
known as a pitcher a decade ago
estcrday became a member of Presi
dent Johnsons American league um
piring staff to Oil the vacancy caused
ly the retirement of Jack Sheridan
Tiom active duty on the field CoM
Bower who came liom the South At
fantlc league left for St Louis last
Mght to begin his new duties today
r f working with Umpire Evans The
ppwcomor was a pitcher for the Cleve
laud club in J899
SARATOGA RAG
MEET OPENS 1
SARATOGA Aug tBefore a
crowd of 10000 persons It T Wilson
tfrs Olambala the 9 to 10 favorite
iiKlly won the 7500 Saratoga handi
cap the feature race of tho opening
days card The track wus a sea ot
mud and just before post time a tel
pine thunder and lightning storm
broke
First race six furlongs selling
Dauflold 11 to 10Tron IntiinBlc 30
Iol second Woolcasla 3 to 1 third
Tltuel 16
Second race steeplechase about 2
12 miles Byxautluc 7 to 5 won I
Jimmy Lane S to 1 second Bound
Brook 7 to 2 third Time 5110 I
Third race the Flash Stakes 5000
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5 12 furlongs SempronliiB 9 to 5
won Special Brew r to 1 second AI
thorpe 10 to 1 third Time 09
Fourth raccitho Saratoga handicap
7500 milo and n quarter Olambala
9 to 10 won1 Ballot 3 to 1 second
Stanley Fay 20 to 1third Time
2S 35
2OSFilllh taco mile selling Lad of
Lant tJni to 1 won Cohort 3 to 5
I ppcond Noon 1C to iI third Time
I 1 4J 15
I Sixth race five and a half furlongs
Silver Briish J to 1 won Savannah
12 to 1 second Sand 11111 S to 1
third Time lo
LONG SHOT Wlr I
AT BUTTE MEET
BUTTE MONT Aug tHead
apart with Acqula quoted at 00 to 1
in the books first under the wire
followed by Plume and Frieze in the
order named those runners finished
the fifth event today In a manner af
fording some of tho prettiest racing
of the season at Butte In the last
race of tho day Sugar Maids tumbled
and fell throwing Gaugel heavily to
the grottti but not seriously Injuring
him Results
First race live furlongs purse
Phoebe 111 Gaugol 1 to 2 won Al
laray H2 Klrschbaum 15 to 1 sec
ond Albotto 107 Vesper 20 to 1
third Time 102
Second race live furlongs soiling
Tramotor 104 Vandusen 5 to 2
won Bitter Sir lOfi Fischer 5 to 1
second Hannibal Boy 101 Callahan
Third race one mile l1IngJohn
Louis 111 Page G to 5 won Good
fillip 97 Selden S to 5 second
Kaisorhoff 111 Fischer lIto 2
third Imel 12 Ocean Shore and
Treniargo also ran
Fourth race the Centervllle handi
cap G furlongs Fern L 91 Kedcrls
5 to 2 won Batronin 98 Callahau
7 to 2 second Fernando 105 Bat
tlste3 to 1 third TimeII 35
Fifth race mile selling Acqula
102 E Smith 30 to 1 won Plume
107 Traes 3 to 1 second Frieze
107 Kirachbaum S to 5 third Time
141
Sixth race futurity course selling
No Quarter 122 Taylor 3 to 1 won
Del Cruzndor 125 Page G to 1
second Wistaria 120 Prior 12 to 1
third Time 112 15
GlfTUN WINS
AT DETROIT
DETROIT Arj IThe froefor
ail pace at the Grand Circuit uie tt
ing today was its easy win for Gift
line Aellu Wilson lost second place
to Darkey Hall In tile first heat by
brcakbj when almost under the
w iro The second neat was a pro
cession with Glftllne leading all the
way and winning in a walk Darkey
tall had an equally easy time In
holding second place In the heat
The time for the free for all was
disappointing as the track was fast
and nil three contestants had records
under 20I The first heat today was
laced In 203 11 and the second in
OIH
Walter Hal and Aleyfras each had
won a heat yesterday in the 207
pace In the third heat of that event
today however Ella Ambulator took
the lead from Walter Hal in the
Wretch and In a driving finish won
the heat by a neck The final heat
for heat winners only wns Waltoi
Hals all the way through Ella Am
zulator was coming up fast at the
finish
Alfonsa the favorite in the 2If
trot which had 15 entries drew the
polo for the first heat but was back
In fourth place at the finish and was
then drawn on account of lameiicsa
nil bets being declared off
Anette R won the race by taking
three heats after Dora had capturcl
the first two
207 pace purse 10000 unfinished
yesterday Walter Hal won second
and fourth heats and race Time
201 11
207 Elln Ambulator won thin
Time 2OF 12 Alcy Fras won flat
heat rime 201 31 Only heat win
N rs contested In fourth cal
l paco purse 1000 Hallle Lou
won Nellie G second Sarah Ann
Patch third Beat time 2OS 31
209 trot two In three purse 1000
Nancy Royce won General H see
ond Hnltworth third Best Urn
207 31 Free for All pace 2 in 1 I
S1JJOO GIftline won Darkey Hal asc
end Ailecn Wilson third Best timo
203 11 I
210 trot three in five 1 000
nneltp R Won Dora second Doell
third Bfst lime 212 12
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ASSIGNEES FILE SUITS TO
RECOVER ALLEGED DEBTS j
alt Lake Aug riTwo suits for
wages for labor performed on the new
Koarns building made their appear
ance In the district court Thursday
The plaintiffs arc J Hirschman and I
C A Kline and the defendants are
the Modern Steel Structural company
of Wisconsin R D Jones doing busi
ness nc the Jones Construction com
pany J I Dwyer R R Jones and
Thomas Kearns The suits are on as
SlgllUlPIltS
Hirschman saY that Sam Black
bird a laborer assigned an account I
of 309 for labor wages to him and
Hirschman demands Judgment for I
this amount with x25 attorneys fees
and 2 coats Cline demands 45 for
wages alleged to he due Charles
Jones 53050 for wages said to bo duo
0 L Bunker and 5 for labor claimed
to hove been performed by F Elor
ili malting a total of 3M25 in addi
tion to which Cline wants 2J350 for I
cost I
FAILED TO SELL BONDS i
Park City Aug ITho city coun
cil mat tonight it being the first
meeting of the month and paid all
bills and accoptod the reports of the
city officers The committee bavins
In charge the question of the water
bonds was discharged having been
unsuccessful In selling the bonds The
matter vas referred for further con
sideration to the standing committee
on laws
DROPPED DEAD
Long Beach Cal Aug 5 George I
L Schllur a wealthy realty man of
Denver dropped dead of apoplc in
his loom at a hotel > hero last nigh I
I He was GO years old Mrs Schller
who came here with him a month ago
will pare for Denver with the re
mains today
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I STATE NEWS
SMART CAPTURE
SOF DRUG SEUrR
SALT LAKC Aug IJust who has
I for months been supplying the hop
heads and dope fiends with their
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supplies of drugs came to light late
Wednesday afternoon when James
Duncan who e occupation Is still un
known outside of as far as can be
learned that of conducting a still
r as arrested for supplying some vic
tims with drugs
Tht arrest was made by Chief of
Detectives Sheets and Detectives Jan
ney Ripley and Curran For a num
ber of weeks Chief Sheets has been on
the lookout for the dispensing head
quarters of tho dope that has been
so freely circulated in the tenderloin
AithoLch a number of arrests have
been made yet the guilty parties had
not been apprehended
Duncan method was simplicity it
self Engaging a room In the Ameri
can house on Commercial street with
a window in close proximity to a rea
stairway he had a small hole cut In It
through which his customers could
purchase n supply without the par
ties to cither Bide of the transaction
being seen
Wednesday the detectives had
watched a hop fiend who had gone up
these mar steps and who shortly af
ter coming down bad It was seen bu
come well under the influence of
drugs The detectives then mounted
the steps and knocked on the window
As Duncan handed out the package of
dope he was plnced ender arrest
He was found lying on a bed close to
time window with the leather bag
which contained the drug wide open
Ho staled that he made a practice of
soiling morphine and cocaine sonn
of which was found In hIM mom to
messenger boys There was also a
box containing Yen Sheet or opium
Labeled boxes containing the names
of the Dm ill Drug company 388 Main
street and lie George Brlco Drug
company 219 South Main street were
discovered In Duncans room A prt
scilption from a Dr Maxwell was also
found among the effects of Duncan
Tho pill boxes containing tho cocaine
were not labeled poison and from
this fact the police are of the opinion
that Duncan can be prosecuted bv time
state authoi ties for selling poison in
violation of the state law
SUSPECTS OF THE
LAYTON HOlDUP
SALT LAKE A tip IOnee more
William Bringhurst and Willard
Thompson pow serving 12 and 20
years respectively for toe holding ic
oftho Clift house gambling rooms on
It ay20 may have to start trial for
crime this time before th ofTloyls
of Dmis county on the cluuat of hay
ing robbed the Iiyton National bank
on May 24 This was practically de
cided al conference Wednesday be
tween Dislrlet Attorney N1 Harris
of Ogden Qounty Attorney Henry W
Staley of Bountiful and Sheriff 1 IT
Wjajv of Layton District Attorney
Fred C Loofhouiow of Salt Lali Jity
said lost night that the fa ° t that the
two men were serving sentonc for
one crimp did not proven lliriv ar
raignment on another A concurrent
sentence maybe given
Before Sheriff Joseph C Sharp on
June 29 Thompson and Brighuist
freely confessed to the commission of
t < enl n e burglaries holdups and
crime but when the siguins of a
statement was requested the only al
luslon they made to tin 1i loll affair
was contained in the luiiowinr sec
tence
The night betotirrwo wont lo L y
tonwc broke int < JySmlr n tong
Though there mastbo sumo diffi
culty In ronei ruing liHs dentyiico to bo
a confession ihn nldouco I so strong
that conviction is said to b certain
anyhow
i ThtunuKpuk wns ximt < jd in Butitv
alteYho had muiblrd rvcfjtlio sr ins
tning to evade the ofPcer Tiring
I htBt iv p taugitt glrn Jtnih ffI
mlfetimi nat e iul 1 8iutiiv > Kiii of wwt
lug boor implicated In the murder of
Jacob C Soreiiaon at LovondahTs cor
nel Febniarv 17 1909
HGTnmUS FIRM
UNDER ARREST
SALT LAKE Aug Admitting
to Postofllcc Inspector R E Nelson
that he Is the man Bisman wanted
last spring for a number of fraudulent
transactions carried on through the
United SUItes mails Henry Homlrick
son alias C M Wood who was ar
rested Tuesday night will have to
face a number of government charges
Hondriekson had been arrested
through the instrumentality of Coup
cilman Holler who had his attention
called to the IIollov F Wood com
pany supposedly located at 1321 east
Thhd South street which is really a
vacant lot by the non dplivery ot a
cape of eggs delivered to that number
The eggs wore delivered to Mr Hol
leys place of business Becoming
suspicious ho invoked the aid of the
police the result being llendrlcUabns
arrest
After being questioned bv Inspector
Nelson Hendrickson according lo Mr
Nelson not only admitted his crime
> but also admitted that he was the B
S Bisman Produce company for
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whom the inspector has been search
ing HP sent out it is stated letters
tofarmers to scud hint all the eggs
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butter and farm produce thqy had at
a dollar and a quarter higher than the
Salt Lake produce men were paying
He then sold them at a lower figure
but kept the money
The following is a sample letter
sent out by the Bisman Produce com
pany at 1S25 South State street Salt
Lake CIty
Charleston Coop Charleston Utah i
Dear SirRe can use nil of the
fresh ranch eggs that you can ship im I
and pay you the highest price We
will pay you 7 per case for all the
eggs you can ship us this month This
price Is good for this month Wo will
also pay you 27 cents per pound for
fresh ranch butter Send your invoice
with each shipment and yet your
I money right hack Yours truly
BISMAN PRODUCT COMPANY
I DEMOCRATic PROSPfCT
II UTAH ARE GOOD
WASHINGTON I Aug I Repre
sentative Lloyd of Missouri chair
man of the congressional committee
I returned today from a tour of time
west Fresh from muforoiirrs with
part lenders am observations In a
number of stateshe claims that the
Democrats will carry three congrcn
sional districts and the govcrnoiship
in California that the regular Ropnb I
jeans will vote for the Dciuocrals In
Kansas as a result of the recent In
surgent victories that the insurgents
had developed among the Repub I
licans in New MtXioo in the selection
of delegates for the constitutional
convention and That the nallonkl
plospects arc gooiin Utah and other
p ttS I J
I SMALL ARMY OFMEN
I MEN EMPLOYED
Bingham and Garfield Road Work
Gives Employment to Big Crowd
Close lo 1000 men are employed by
the contractors in constructing tho
Bingham and Garlleld lallroad line
leading from the Utah Copper mine
lo thc mugs at Garfield livery pos
j slblo effort IK being expended to have
j Uio line In shape for transporting ore
i by a year from date Steam shovels
I and Innumerable teams ark t being
I utilized wherever posniblqJn this
1 worlv
Visitors from the district say that
fully onefourth of the grading for time
< lfno exclusive pf course of tho tun
norfng bus boon completed and b >
spring all this grading and tunnel
L workpBhould be ready for track lay
htsfMho company has let the con
tracts for the various steel bridges to
bo act in place as soon as possible
rhO maximum grado will bo not to
exceed 25 per cent and ninetypound
rails will be laid
Tho Utah Copper company In addi
tion is doing considerable reconstruc
tion work at the mills The Magna
mill or the original Utah Copper
plant has been remocclcd complete
ly but not to exceed onethird of the
remodeled pait of the plant Is In op
oration Vie materials for remodel
ing the old Boston CousolidRed mill
now known as the Arthur are cii
I route to the canon and will be placed
In position as soon as possible It IB
understcod that the management will
try and find place al Garfield for the
old employes of the Ccpperton plant
just closed down
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SENDS BULLET THROUGH HEAD Ij
Unidentified Man Shoots and Kills
Tom Churchill In Heidel
c berg Saloon I j
Salt Lake Aug 5Shot through i
the bead Tom Churchill wna mur
lured by an unidentified man In the
JJoldclbnrg saloon this Friday morn
ing ut 113 oclock The murderer
escaped The body of Churchill was
removers to the undertaking rooms of
ODonnell Co
With J B Lavin A C Johns and
coo other besides the murderer I
Churchill who had been drinking
heavily was seated In the Heidelberg 1
saloon when an argument started
In the argument both Churchill and
the murderer who was the smaller
of the two became abusive Churchill
If said to have kicked the smaller
man who then went out of the sa
loon and returned inn short time with
a revolver Stepping In front of
Churchill who was standing before
the cigar stand the murderer shot
ins victim and then darted out of
the saloon
Murderer Makes Escape
Patrolman Patterson who was
rtandlng on the curb at the intorSec
tlon of Main and Third South streets
heard the shot and saw the man run
out of the saloon He caught the
murderer and started hack to the sa
l > on not knowing what had occurred
On the way to the saloon the murd I
erer told Patrolman Patterson that
here had been a shooting and that
he had been running because he dU i
nol want to be mixed up in the af
fall an a witness
lust at that moment two men dart I
cd out of thC saloon Patrolman Pat
UTSOU release the murderer find >
rtartcd after the men who were run
ning under the Impression that they j
were the guilty persons They both i
escaped
Whon Patrolman Patterson re I
timed to the snloon ho discovered
fiom the rest of the witnesses that
ho had let the murderer escape In
asmuch as the police have been fur
iishcd with a good descilption of the I
iSiiirtloror his arrest is but a question I
of hours they say j
An soon ns the shooting occurred I
some of the friends of Churchill tol
phono to Jenni Patton lime mis I
tress of Churchill who was in GroeU
j
town She went to the scene of th
shooting In a taxicab and made ar
langements for the care of the body
The ball entered the head just below j
the left eye penetrating the brain I
heath was Instantaneous
The real motive for the shooting I
the police have boon unable to learn
It iq believed that there was some I
Liinfr mon to the votive than a j
mere quarrel
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THIRTEEN CITY CASES
REACH DISTRICT COURT I
Salt Lake Aug 5Eight stale and
five city cases thirteen In all reached
the Third district court mob the city
court Thursday The city cases arc
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To Our Special
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Jlf t r f rJ t4 Q a Sale oi Shirts
p 4r valued up to
a 7ilor95c
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we have ad
ded the seasons
r t
r i sons best bar
gain Greys
Tans and Mixed Patterns in I
Suits
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Ann siizes from fat to eant
See wlluaft YOlll hinll about them
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1UIi9 S ra
Modern Clothes
Come on 1T1T WasAvo
In 0 ll 0 P At 2365
The ROYCIOjt Store
358 25th Street
OgdenJ1 s Most Popular
MenfJs Store
S H BROWN CO
on appeal while the state cases are 1
those against persons charged with I
felonies who have been bound over to I
the district court by the city court
The city cases are as follows E j
Met vagrancy George appas bat
tery Portland Coffee House Bakery I
company uncleanlinoRs Jane Don
and J E Mageri soiling liquor with
out license
The state cases are H Smith sec
ond degree burglary Rasmus John
son involuntary manslaughter of
Pauline 0 Hanson bv running over
her with an automobile May 24 last
13 C Smith second degree burglary
two charges Harry Walters second
degree burglary George Kypros as I
sault with a deadly weapon Georg
Thompson third degree burglary
Frank Kelly and J S Marriott at
tempted grand larceny
THE TEMPERATURE OF
MKK TOO HIGH
if
More than One HunJred Gnllonn Arc I
Seized and Destroyed by
by Inspector I
Silt Lake Aug jClty Food In I
spector Waller J Ivaxio anghl 100
gallons more of milk ubom lcrppri
lure on its way Infn this city Thurs
day and destroyed the product
Henry Morgon who refused to can I
tribute towards the milk cooling de
pot at Layton again was a victim of
the city food Inspectors activity for
a purer milk supply for Salt Law
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City Morgan lost twenty gallons of
milk Thursday Ten gallons of the
twenty nil of which were consigned I
to the Clover Leaf dairy showed a
i temperature of GS degrees and the
I other len showed a temperalure of f
7S degrees
Eight gallons from William Mor
I gan of Layton for the Hover Leaf
dairy showed a temperature of lo de
green and was denatured I
Ten gallons from W A Maxflold
of Vineyard for the Clover I eaf dairy
tested 71 degrees null was lestro > od
Twenty gallons from this dealer for
the Jensen Creamery company tested
72 degrees and was denatured
Ten gallons from C IL Levorson of
Draper for the Clover Leaf dnlrj went
71 degrees in temperature and was
denatured
Forty gallons from the Peoples
dairy at Vineyard for the Clover Leaf
showed temperatures of 57 and CO de
grees and were denatured
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WILL HAVE FIRE r STATION l
Mid vale Aug ITho Midalo city l
council will have a lire station In
stalled here as soon ns possible now I
hat the fire department Is a perma i
nent organization The mayor has
Informed the fire committee that the
matter will bo taken up at the nun
ell meeting next Monday evening
when plans for the proposed buildlnj
would be discussed
REFUSED TO CHANGE CURFEW
Provo Aug IThe city council
this evening refused to change the
curfew ordinance as requestor to do
some lime ago by the womans clubs
of Provo
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