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REfERENCES
Call Alton pnoneo 22 for carriages
for funcralo and operas Private calla
t epcctalty Also prompt delivery ol
3StlgO 412 25th
Get your Union Pacific and Oregon i
Short Line tickets at tbo ofllco In tho
Opera HouSe Block Dont force your
self to stand In line at tho Depot
The funeral for Francis Kdith Ogle
tree the threeyearold daughter of
Mr and Mrs William B Ogletree
2761 Washington avenue was hold
at 2 oclock this afternoon at Ute Llnd
qulst funeral chapel Bishop Robert
jlcQnarrlo presided at the services
For 1leOlli mats Good toput
under carpets Inquire Standard office
Advertisers must havo their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore tho day on which tho advertise
ment is to appear in order to insure
publication
i Born to the wife of Michael Doyle
a nine pound boy
f Your hard earned dollar will go
farther if you buy 13 G Butter
t iV TEDC1czn whlto raga at tho
Standard
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Continued on Page Seven
C INFANT DAUGHTER
Ct BURIED YESTERDAY
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The funeral of Uuldrllca Bookweg
the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs
f Goert Boekweg 32UO Stephens ave
nue was hold at 4 oclock yesterday
afternoon at tbo family residence
Herman Vanbraak conducted Ute
services speaking words of sympathy
for the bereaved parents of the little
one Tho services wore attended by
many of the friends of the family
and there were a numbor of floral
tributes Interment was in Ogden
t City cemetery
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BURIAL SERVICES FOR
l BERNARD J KEARNEY
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Bernard J Kearney aged 7 months
eon of M J and Daisy Iluss Kearney
CU Twentyfirst street died ut 2
oclock yesterday afternoon of cholera
Infantum
The little boy was one of twins
horn December 31 1909 The funeral
will ho held at 2 oclock Sunday aft
ernoon at tho residence Interment
will be In Osden City cemetery
While a woman may not want to
marry a certain man nothing hurts
hr so much as his failure to give her
an opportunity to say No
SPORTS
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I BASEBALL RESULTS I
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 1 New York 10
NEW YORK Aug 5The locals
overwhelmed the visitors today 10 to
1 making eight hits and eight runs
In ono Inning of which Myers was
credited with two singles It was the
flrut game of the season New Yorlc
has won from Chicago at the Polo
grounds Mathowson pitched effec
tively for New York Score
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Chicago 1 7 2
New York 10 12 0
Batteries Krdh Koxen and Kling
Mathewaon and Myers
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St Louis 1 Brooklyn 3
BROOKLYN Aug 5 Brooklyn
made It live straight from St Louis
by winning todays doubleheader
Rueker was invincible In the first
game holding tho visitors down to
two hits and shutting them out 3 to
0 The home team scored two runs
in the first inning on two hits and
two error Huggins and Hulswitt
were banished in tho first Inning of
the day because of too much kicking
over a decision by Umpire Eason Dal
ton ran Into a fence in the eighth
chasing a foul fly and was knocked un
conscious being carried off the field
Score
First game H H 15
SL Louis 0 2 3 <
Brooklyn 3 9 0
Batteries Willis Backmau and
Pholps Rueker and Bprgon
Second game RH E
SL Lout 1 fi 3
Brooklyn S 9 J
Batteries Harmon and Phelps
Bell and Erwin
Pittsburg 1 Philadelphia 7
PHILADELPHIA Aug 5 Phila
delphia batted Pittsburgh pitchers
hard today and won easily 7 to 1 The
hard hitting of Doolan and Luderus
featured tho game the former mak
ing three two baggera In three times
at bat and Luderus two singles and a I
twobagger Score
R 11 E
Plttsburg 1 G 0
Philadelphia 75 0
Batteries Webb Maddox
and Gibson Jlooro and Dooln
Cincinnati OJ Boston 4 <
BOSTON Aug GDoston made it
three out of G by breaking even with
Cincinnati tho visitors winning the
first game fi to 3 and tho homo team
the second 4 to 0 Score
First same R H E
Cincinnati 1 3 75
Boston 3 G 2 i
ttlcrlcsBpche Gasper and Clark
Curtis Blown Frock apd Qrahani
Second game IliTLE
Cincinnati I r0 22
Boston 4 f30
Batteries Caspar Burns and Clark
Matlcrn and Smith
AMERICAN LEAGUE
St Loulo 5PhSladelphia 9
ST LOUIS Aug Philadelphia
defeated St Louis today 0 to 5 Too
visitors bit Powell hard in the fifth
Inning making seven runs after
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which Datey was placed In the box
Score
RItE
St LoUIs 5 j 3
Plillmlelplila 0 S 1
Battcilos Powell Bailey and Ste
phens Allen Plank and Thomas
New York 6 Detroit 9
DETROIT Aiib 5Detroit fell on
Ford for eight runs In tho fourth in
ning and easily defeated Nyw York I
to 6 Five singles two bnseson bails
Fords balk which 161 MocJiTrty score
and Crawfords home run wHh two
men on based produced eight runs
Score
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I Now York G 103
Detroit j li a
I Batteries Ford Fisher and Mitch
ell Foster Donovan and Schmidt
Chicago 5 Washington 2
CHICAGO Aug fiGras wildness
coupled with Paynes triple scorng I
the two runs In the fourth gave Chi
cago the opening game with Washing
ton today 5 to 2 White held the
visitors to 5 hits Score
nII E
Chicago 5 c i
Washington 2 C 2
Batteries White and Payne Gray
and Henry
Cleveland 33 Boston 78
CLEVELAND Aug E Boston de
feated Cleveland twco today 7 to
3 and S to Tho first game was B
slugging match In which Boston was
mono successful In bunching Its hits
In the second Boston clinched tho vic
tory in the third Inning when two
passes were followed by three dou
bles Speakers batting was a fea
ture Score
First game R n E
Cleveland ail 3
Boston 7 13 a
Batterlofl Harkncss Link and Be
mls Hall and Carrignn
Second game JL H E
Cleveland S 9 2
Boston S 11 3
Batteries Koostner and Easterly
Smith and Carrigan
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Topeka First game Topeka 5
Omaha 4 second game Topeka 1
Omaha 2
At St Joseph First game St Jo
soph 3 Lincoln I second game St
Joseph 3 Lincoln o
At Denver First game Denver 3
Sioux City 7 second gumo Denver 11
Sioux City S
At Wichita Wichita S Des Moines
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Kansas City Louisville 3 Kan
pas City fi
At St Paul Columbus 1 St Paul
3
At Milwaukee Milwaukee 4 In
dianapolis 2
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Seattle SpoKano 1 Seattle 0
f 1 At Tacouia Tapomu 2 Vancouver
COAST LEAGUE
At Sap Francisco Portland 2 Oak
land 1
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 5
Vernon G
SA TiLING NELSON
IS iN 1HE CITY
Fresh from his Arizona ranch cpu
fidont as ever in his ability as a fight
er and Btlll eager for the fray Bat
tling Nelson former champion light
eicht of the world ranched here
lastnight on hit way to the Yellow
tone park for a long outing The
Battler Is attired In his outing khaki
and has a coat of tan that any amn
emir sportsman would bo proud of
He looks tho picture of health and
oys he is in the best condition of
his life
In his own picturesque way the
Dane Ujs of his outing at his ranch
unit of his prospective sport in the
Yellowstone Then and this with ail j
his oldtime confidence Mr Wolgast I
needs look to his crown for the re
juvenated Mr Nelson Is surely corn
ing back
Forgot ItJ
Now never mind about that Wol I
gnst affair thats past and gone But
next timethats another story For
a few months Ive been forgetting
about fighting and pretty much ev
oivtliing else Ive been down on the
ranch enjoying myself to the limit
Ihl outdoor stuff Is great
Now Im off for the Yellowstone
and Im going to stay there just as
long ns the fun and bank roll hold
out If tho fun lasts longer than
the bank roll then Ill go and get I
another bank roll and go back to the i
Yellowstone I
I have all my business arranged
go that I have not a worry In the I
v > orjd and all I have to do Is enjoy
myself Everybody known that I I
blC never dissipated or abused my
self in any way There Is no rea
son In the world wily this outdoor
stuff wont put mo In the best shape
of my life
When I como down from the Yel
lowstone this fall 1 will be ready for
the champion I am going to be
worlds champion before tho winter
is over mark my word I kaow thii
Wolgast doesnt want to fight me
but I am going to force him into it
If he refuses to take me on this fall
I will fight any other good man that
tho public selects And 1 will keep
lighting until Wolpast will have to
light mo or quit Dont worry about
me I am young yet apd I am going
to bo champion of tho world again
before 1 retire
Sympathy for Cane
The Battler Is greatly concerned I
over the condition of Joe Gang his
olditimo rival Ho wired Cans a
characteristic message last night
congratulating the negro on tho gamy
fight he was putting up and told him
to win out
Gans Is ono of the greatest fight
ors the world has over known He
was a white black man a worthy d
ial and a perfect gentleman I cor
talnly hope that ho fools them all and
IJVOB in spite of what the doctors
say Cans always was a gamettei
and his Gist fight is certainly pro
ing his best one
Nelson does not thin that tho boat
Inpfi received by the negro In tho prize
ring qpntrlbjited to hip Ill health Ho
said that just prior to the Nelson
Wolgast fight Oana was In prlmo
condition and woe contompjatlng re
rptering thj ring About thin time
I he contracted cojd In New York and
did not take care of it In time and
galloping consumption resulted
Abdul the Turk Battling Nelson e
trainer and constant companion IB
Ith him on his trip The Turk u
echoes the confidence Of the Dane and
is certain that the next lightweight
champion of the world will be Osca
Matthew Battling Nelson of liege
wisch
CA lCmNG SEAL
fOR BIG CiRCUS
The stories told by animal trap
pors arc always listened to with in
terest John Patterson who has
charge of tho menagerie department
of Bnrnum Baileys Greatest Show
on Earth tells a story of how the
ever watchful seal is caught alive
to kill them is quite an easy matter
Barnuin t Baileys expedition stat
ed from Kotsebuo Sound Mr Pat
tersons hunters were all Eskimos
for these little people arc clever ar
hunting they bavo grown so try
trig to catch seal When they din
cover a seal thc immediate look
to see in what direction the wind fa
blowing Thru they walk toward th
coal keeping to the leeward that
the wind may not carry any trace
of them to the sharp scented animal
When they have arrived within u
mile of the seal they begin to crouch
The hunter watches the seal closely
and moves on only when the seals
K ail Is down for a few minutes of
Bleep
The seal Is one of the most wide
nwake of all creatures It has the
habit of throwing up Its head every
low seconds to guard against danger
When Its head is down upon the ice
Ha eyes aro shut In these short
periods It Is supposed to take aU
tho sleep it over gets In naps shorter
than cat naps The hunter watclup
It carefully and finally manages to
come within about 200 yards of It
Thou he lies down full length on the
iceNow
Now begins the fun Tho Eskimo
understands the seal language IIo
looks like a seal because his clothes
are mode of sealskin And ho Bmolf
Hke a seal because he eats of the
flesh and oil of the seal So the
seal thinks the Eskimo IB one of
iris friends or cousins and boplns to
talk to him Thio means that it
flips up its tail The Eskimo an
swers in the same way He losses
up his foot and at the name time
moves a little forward The seal has
something more to say In a lilt
ahllo and throws himself yet a little
lioarer
When the seals bead is down the
hunter comes still nearer by drag
Cnp himself forward on his elbows
This sort of thing continues for some
time At last there is only a few
yards between the two sometimes bur
n few foot Here the Eskimo watches
for a good opportunity to catch the
stalFive
Five Jirrris of elephants four droves
of camels the towering giraffes and
numberless cages of rare wild ani
mals form an Interesting feature of
the Barnum Bailo shows which ox
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Mi 0 f bus bean the favorite drink of mankind dat 1
r1 ing back to the earliest historical records
ll fp Centuries ago when mighty men of valor
If ya gathered at ye olde inns it was pure whole <
some malt beer lhat bubbled from their foam
M ing flagons
Its a historical record that the first crop
of barley ever grown by the Pilgrims in Am C
erica was used to brew beer as well as make
sh rn bread Our greatest statesmen of tho Rev
c3 i 0 olutionary times approved of beor as a bene
q n r ficial drink and In this 20th Century our master
r w scientists eminent physicians and puio food ex
a r ports unanimously agree that a brow like BooKer
II v Boat Beer made from tho heart of barley malt
b Y selected hops pure water and honestly brewed Is
beyond a question of a doubt tho most nutritious d
c streofethenln g and healthful beverage of this ago
The palatable nourishing excellence of Beck
I ers Best Boor has been recognized by family phy I
p N 1 f s < Inns and wellinformed food experts Its The +
j Beet Extraordinary and we guarantee It under
fp rtia 1 the Puro Food and Drugs Act of June 30th 1905
r4 t Hs the ono beer that never varies an loingood
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ed office man or overworked housewife oxcellcnt
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R asorn f ar It relievos you of that fatigued feeling and
Jl3 inspires youthful vigor
If you have not lasted Bookers Boor you
I fN A have denied yourself a genuine treat Its the
boat brow sold in Ogden a good bre hat de
y serves the patronage of every loyal Ogden citizen f
Try It today Any Ogdon dealer will till your or
dor promptly
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rind evening
BUTTON UP THE BACK
GOWN AIDED WOMAN
East SL Louis Ill Aug 6 Frank
Wlble sheriff of Sullivan county In
diana who arrived hero yesterday to
capture Mrs Lizzie Clinger 22 years
old wanted In Sullivan id Is minus
his prisoner A buttonupthebnr
gown aided Mrs Clinger in the clever
I ruse by which she escaped from him
and Detective Purdy
When Sheriff Wlblo reached East
St Louis he asked the police for aid
in finding the woman He and De
tective Purdy traced her to her homo
and there arrested her
I cant go back to Indiana like
this Mrs Clinger said Ill havo to
hangs my clothes
Sheriff Wible courteously told her
snc could go into an adjoining room
for her toilet
Will you pleas take care of baby
while I dress Mrs Clinger asked
sweetly
Of course Sheriff Wlblo would He I
and Detective Purdy amused them
selves with the youngster while tlnj
rustle of feminine apparel came from
the adjoining room Thou there came
I a plaintive voice
I Oh I must have some one to hut I
ton my dress up the back Cant
ono of you gentlemen do it
I Sheriff Wiblo blushed and Dctnc
tire Purdy stammered I
I Not for mine the luttor gasped
A couple of policemen over hero got
fired not long ago for being In the
doom while a woman prisoner
dressed
Well Ill havo to got somebody
Mrs Clinger replied through the por
tirrs Ill youlet me run over + o I
Mrs Fleming next door and shell
button mu up
Sheriff Wiblf gao a sigh of rMiei
from an embarrassing position an I
hurriedly agreed Mrs Clinger loft
the house and Sheriff Wlblo and D
ttctlvo Purdy sat down to play longer
with the baby whil they united for
Mrs Clinger to return
An hour later they wore still wni
Ing They went to Mrs Fleming
to learn how many buttons were on
tho dress that required such 11 length
9f time to button They found Mrs 1
Clinger had not been there
Seattle Wash Aug r President
Joseph Cohn of ho Spokane North
I western league club last night sold
JeJsse Baker his fruick lefthand
r itchcr to the Chicago American
league club It Is understood that
Baker Is to report to Chicago Ira
ijedlatolv The Spokane club It is
said gels 3000 and two players for
Baker
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ONEreTH OFF ANY OF THE ABOVE 1fICLES
Among which are included Palmer and Vudor Hammocks Ranney
White Frost and Gibson Refrigerators Heywood and Old Hickory
Porch Furniture
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The White Rose Washer 950
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