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PORTS
I BASEBALL RESULTSJ
NATIONAL
Won Lout PC
Chicago 02 32 COO
Pitt burg 55 yS fin
Now York SI 89 riS1
Philadelphia 17 17 500
Cincinnati 17 7HI 190
Brooklyn II fil 433
St Louis 39 18 502
Boston 36 Cl oGO
AMERICAN
Won Lost PC
Philadelphia GG Jt 670
Boston 60 10 GOO
Detroit f 7 Jl 570
New York CC Ju RG1
Cleveland J 15 50 1747
Washington u 41 is 111
Chicago 38 HO f 302
SL Louis 28 66 208
NATIONAL LEAGUE
PUtgburg 6 Boston 0
BOSTON Aug SlAnp bits by
Clark and Miller decided todays game
In favor ot Pitlsburg C to 0 Score
R H 15
Plttsburg c 10 1
Boston 0 7 1
Batteries Llefield and Gibson
Brown Evans and Graham
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 3 Boston 1
CLEVELAND Aug S Cleveland
I took tbo first of the series from Bas
ton by the score of 3 to 1 The
game was won In tho first Inning when
Tumor doubled Grancy tripled and
Ucnils singled Score
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Cleveland 3 12 4 i
Boston 1 7 2 I
Bivtteiics Fallccnberg and Bemis
Arellanes and Kleinnw I
St Louis 2 Philadelphia 6
ST LOUIS A up Phllcdalphla
won the fourth straight game from
St Louis today f to 2 Bonder out
pitched Ray throughout Score
R H E
St Louis 2 6 2
Philadelphia G 14 3
Ray and Stephens Bender and
Thomas
New York 1 Detroit 2 1
Detroit Aug 8Warhop held De
troit to four hits today but was sup
ported poorly and the home team won
its fourth straight game from New
York Stroud was effective In the
dangerous spots and was backed up
In fine stylo The victory gives De
troit third place Score
R H E
New York 1 G 4
Detroit 2 4 1
Warhop and Crlger Stroud and
Schmidt
Washington 3 Chicago 2
Chicago Aug SScott who re
lieved Young In the first Inning after
two runs had been counted on Mi
lans double Schaefer single a hit
batter an an Infield out pitched no
hit ball but Washington won 3 to 2
Score R II E
Washington 3 2 1
Chicago 2 1 1
Johnson and Brckendorf Young
Scott and Sullivan
MANY LESSONS FROM
THE BIG FIGHT AT RENO
Young men who are eager to en
joy life to Its fullest can learn two
valuable lessons from the recent
heavyweight championship Good
physical condition and a knowledge
of knowing bow to box skillfully en
abled Jack Johnson to retain his
worlds title He trained faithfully
and conscientiously so that at the
end of tho fifteen rounds he showed
no effects of the battle and could
doubtless have gone thirty more
rounds at the same pace His knowl
qe of boxing his superb defense
his accurate judgment of distance and
kris mental poise all through the bout
were a revelation to tho crowd and
in contrast with the execrable show
ig of Jeffries stamped him as a
ting wonder His ability to box tlev I
irh block his opponents blows and
keep his jaw and other vulnerable
pots outside the danger one proved
a good asset and brought homo the
bacon
Apart from Its use In the ring box
Ins is a healthful accomplishment A
bout with the gloves two or three
times a week quickens the course of
the blood through ones veins and
drives dyspepsia and kindred His to
the woods It helps to preserve anO
regulate tho temper Jack Johnson
was a splendid example oC this Not
nice during the battle at Reno did
lie lose his temper and he had great
provocation Ho was taunted contin
ually by Corbett and the Jeffries
tamp and he either replied by will
clams or an expansive smile which
Ignored their shafts of ridicule Box
ing taught Johnson to control his
temper taught him to be cool under
tire and merciful when he had his
opponent beaten The brute strength
of Jeffries a man who was rated as
possessing the strength of two ordin
ary men jtell like chaff bolero the
skill strategy and allround clever
Mess of his negro opponent When
lightly applied boxing can always
bent brute strength
Now that the big battle is over
it has again proved that no man no
matter how invinoiblu he may appear
can defy the laws of nature and keep
on winning The easy indifferent
life led by Jeffilcs for the past six
y ears left its traces Recuperative
powers and wasted vitality cannot b3
regained and his detect is only one
more lesson to young men to live
correctly and respect the laws laid
down by nature
The contest has enabled tho ene
mies of tho sport to draw a distinct
lino between boxing and priro fight
ing Limited round Jjonts bcitween
skilled men equally matched which
Lave been permitted In Philadelphia
for the last sixteen years have met
with general approval Cities through
out the country are one by one adopt
ing the Philadelphia plan of six
jound bouts with no decision There
is little chance for gambling with no
Decisions rendered and tho results
of the various contests cause no end
of discussion and criticism among
the followers of tho game It Is this
difference of opinion that has mado
the contests HO attractive and as all
ire held under the supervision of
the police department unequal bouts
arc rnreThe sport has a splendid I
cefcnao cram the fact that it offers
a harmless dlVerslon for thousands
of men who would likely spend their
evenings at the gaining table at the
saloon or some other form of Injurl
ou4 dissipation It gives them an op
portunity to give vent to pentup en
thusiasm and has proven to be an
innocent way of enjoying nn evening
UHlANE MAKES
A M RECORD
CLEVELAND Aug SThe open
ing of the second annual meeting at
orth Randall track and the third
week of grand circuit mciag today
was signalized by the Breaking of a
worlds record Uhlane driven by
his owner C K G Billings trotted
a milo to wagon In 201 flat there
by setting a now marl for trotting
geldings
Faroviles had an easy lImo In the
four events on tilt program
With the exception of the 201
pace the races were won in straight
1 heats with the choice of the field head
Ing handily
The feature race the 210 trot for
the 2000 stake wont to P K Dove
reauxs chestnut marc Teasel
Oro Bellini which was thought to
hao a good chance was a bad sixth
in the first boat but came back strong
In the net two and by finishing sec
ond in both instances divided second
money with Nancy Royce the money
being awarded on the result of each
heat
Tolemachus three n shoo at the
start of the first heat and wag sec
ond El7orn the favorite in the first
event of the day the 21J trot got
away 10 a poor start tint fought her
way to the lead and finished easily
Tho next two heats were easy for
her
Major Mallow took the first beat of
the 20 pace in 203 36 coming up
behind the field but was unable to
arrive better than second in the next
two heals
Nellie Temple took the lead from
Baroness Evelyn at the half mile post
In tho first heat of the 221 pace trod
in the second led all the way Sum
mary
219 trot purse 1000 3 In 6Yel
yora won Orlena second Helen
Turner third Best time 212 t4
210 trot sweepstakes with 800 I
added 3 in 5 Teasel non Oro Bel
lini second Nancy Royce third Best
time 2OG 31
201 pace sweepstakes with 800 I
added 2 In 3Rose K won Major
I Mallow second Blacklock third
Best time 205 34
221 pace purse 1000 2 in C
Nellie Temple won Baroness Evelyn
second Lottie Hal third Best time
211 11
lONG SHOT WINS
BIG STAKE RACE
SARATOGA N Y Aug S Leah
pcglectqjj in the betting at S to 1
won easily the Kentucky selling
stakes for twoyearold fillies five and
a half furlongs hero today
First race five and a half furlongs
Eagle Bird S to 1 won Hectagnon
12 to I second Kormak G to 1
third Time 10735
Second race steeplechase about
two miles Jesuit 7 to 2 won Mys
tic Light GO to 1 second Gold Plate
7 to 2 third Time 425
Third race five and a halt furlongs
Leah 8 to 1 won Gold of Optir 12
to 1 second Helen Barbee 1 to 1
third Time 10725
Fourth race mile and a quarter
Bonnie Kelso S to 5 won Pretend
12 to 1 second Perry Johnson 7 to 1
third Time 20715 I
Fifth race seven furlongs Iler
kimer 4 to 1 won Rosseau 5 to 1 I
second Tasteful 20 to 1 third Time
12615 I
Sixth race mile Medallion 15 to
1 won Wander 15 to 1 second Bad
News 10 to 1 third Time 1OG
GOPPfRTOWN AND
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BUTTE Mont Aug SGoo
priced horses was the onlo today at
the track of the Butte Jockey club
ITCHING RASH ON
AGE AND NECK
Cured Scratched Until Face was
Mass of Raw FleshUsed Cu
ticura and had First Good
Nights Sleep in 3 Months
An itching rash broke out on my
faco and neck so bad that 1 scratched
it until my face was a
mass of raw flesh which
kept mo awake all
1r night After going to
my family doctor bo
not holpinp me I tried
another doctor but
t without success After
I doctors failing friend I
recommended the Cu
licuraRemeclies That
night after washing
my faco and neck with
Cuticura Soap I ap
plied some Cuticura
Ointment and had the first good
nights sleep in three months I used
about two lots of Cuticura Soap and
Ointment when you could not see
a mark on my face or nock 1 will
gladly recommend the Cuticura Rem I
edies to anybody Wm Silver 3JG
West 38th St New York Mar 1 ID10
In another letter Mr Silver says
My case wan of about two years
standing After using Cuticura Soap
and Ointment for about three days I
saw a decided improvement and waj
cntiroly cured in two months
For tho prevention and treatment of
itching burning scaling eruptions and
the promotion of permanent skin and
hair health Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
Ointment are absolutely unrivaled In
purity cfilcacy and economy A einglo
cake of Cuticurn Sony and box of Cull
cura Ointtnout arc often sufficient
Sold throughout tho U hired world rotter
DruK i Ctftn Corp bale 1rop UOJLOD Mas
c SMalci1 ice Utosl Outlciira took a Guide to
tbo fTt3tm tl III tis Skin
Coppertown and Fern It practically 1
ran n mAtch nice Inbe Fourth event
owing to the other horses having
been scratched Results I
First race 4 ulonRs purse AHa
Her 113 < Bollandj1 to J won
Ocalec 112 Undtke 2 to 5 second
Bb9letl07 Callahan 6 to 1 third
Time IS tf G 1 JiI
Second race 5 i furldngti selling
Slxtcdn 101 umeS7P 1 won Sona
IllS Taylor JJ > to71second i Tube
Rose 110 fOtton40 to 1 third
Time 108 J5 I
Third race one mile selling Al
ipuberg 105 z TPagcvtI9 1 ° 5 won
Frieze 107 Vosper 5 to 1 second
Trtvora 109 Gaugel 6 to 1 lhlrd1
Time 141 25
Fourth race C furlongs Sheridan
handicap Cop ertQwn 108 Fisch
er 9 to 10 won Fern L 05 Kedor
is 1 to 5 second Time Itl2 15
Two starters
Fifth race one mile selling
Brighton 91 Soldon 4 to 1 won
Dorothy Lcdgott 103 KederJsO 11 to
5 second Spring Ban 109 Pago 5
to 2 third Time 142
Sixth race futurity course selling
Thomas Callahan 107 Vesper 10
to 1 won Annie Wells 105 Fisch
er even second BurleIgh107 Co
burn 20 to 1 third Time 110 15
CITY OF TENTS WILL
BE BUILT TONIGHT
Barnum and Bailoy Greatest Show on
Earth Expected Early
TRAIN OVER A MILE LONG
Days Exhibitions Will Begin with a
New Street Parade at 10
Oclock in Forenoon
Tomorrow proihJscs to be the great
Cut circus day In the history of Op
lien Already visitors are arriving
from all points of the compass Rail
road officials arc putting forth every
effort to handle the additional throng
tomorrow
The first section of the circus train
Is expected in town by 1 oclock In
the morning It will bring the hotel
end tho kitchen outfit and the horses
and men necessary to haul it to the
grounds and get breakfast for 1280
lien women and children A corps
of seventy chefs cooks waiters and
kitchen helpers come with this de
partment
The other four trains will arrive
iCs soon after the first section as the
regulations of the railroad will per
mit The performers and the business
staff live on the last train By tiie
time they arrive breakfast will be
waiting on the lot Breakfast
I means about 5000 pancakes 600
pounds of porkchops 150 dozen egg
200 gallons of coffee 100 pounds of
butter 100 gallons of milk ilftcon
bushels of potatoes and a few other
items In like proportion
The menagerie will come on the
second train ludt are 1200 wild and
semidomestic animals which also
must bo fed and watered They will
consume for tomorrows breakfast
1200 pounds of meat and five tons of
hay to say nothing of a ton or two
of vegetables
After the unloading of the mile
long train and the building of the
city of tents = the next event of Intel
Get will be the parade It will be
three miles long Every mile of It
will be a mile wonder and novelty
The pageant Is on a plan entirely dif
ferent from those of the past It
will leave the grounds at 10 oclock
and follow the uuiil route The per
formances here will be exactly the
tame as those presented In Madison
Square Garden New York City where
the circus opened its season last
March The afternoon performance
will begin at 2 oclock The night
show will begin at S oclock The
doors will open an hour earlier to
give the people an opportunity of vis
iting the biggest and best menagerie
on earth Hero will be found the
only giraffe ever born in America
During this preliminary hour there
will be a band concert and uniformed
Utondants will show patrons around
among the 100 pens dens and cages
The downtown ticket office will be
conducted in The TJtahua Drug store
It will open early In tho morning
Reserved seats and admissions can
be bought there at the same prices
charged on the show grounds Those
who wish to avoid the crowds will
find tho downtown method a great
convenience
Much has been said of tho fine
European program under the main
tent But the half has not been told
This is the most splendid season of
tho best show In tho world Jupiter
the balloon horse Desperado who
leaps from tho dome of the tent and
lands on his chest and Charlie tho
First the chimpanzee acrobat and
bicycle rider aro worth ten times
the admission fee
WOMfN WAUHNG
ON A WAGER
Even women are not immune to tho
walkingon a wager mania BOW sweep
ing the country Mrs Frank r See
ry and Mrs Bessie S Jenkins of Mus
kogee Okla who arc walking from
their Oklahoma homo to San Fran
cisco lingered In Ogden for several
hours yesterday afternoon and suited
to a newspaper reporter that they
sire making tho trip on a wager of
25000 I
Both aro young women of slender
physique accoutred in cowboy girl
costumes with thirtyeight calibre
guns bolted to their hips They have
acquired a coat of tan that would
make tbo seashore girl look like an
albino They wear tho regulation
cowboy hat and have their hair put
up without the use of rats They
walk with a decided masculine stride
as their short khaki skirts and leg
gings do not impede their movements
Wo are making the walk on a
I wager said Mrs Seery when ac
costed by the reporter If wo com
plete the walk from Muskogee to
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Frisco without seeking aid from our
home wo got 25000 We have our
own time to make tho trip which cov
ers a distance of 2500 miles We
have now traveled 1390 miles of tho
route In 47 days walking most of this
distance over the Union Pacific linos
We expect to complete the Journey by
September 15 Wo make our living
along the way by selling souvenir
cards and have EO far had no trouble
In disposing of a sufficient number
of the cards to cover all of our ex
penses We have had no real start
ling adventures so far but were sick
for four days at Ulntnh We wore
treated very kindly there and will
always remember the town with a
very friendly feeling The mcst wo
have over walked In one day is 45
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Uniform quality is the reason why
Pabst Blue Ribbon holds old friends and makes
new ones You will find the last drop as good
as the first the bottle you drink
today has the same delicate
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t isfying as the one of yesterday 1
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thoroughly as though it were the
only bottle ever to be sold This
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at all expositions and in ail com
1i lit r 71 petitions where purity and high
I I I food value were the standards
llLCi 1 I comparison
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miles but we dont attempt long walks
as a usual tiling as we have no time
limit When the reporter questioned the
pedestrians concerning tho 25000
wager the women resented the appar <
ent skepticism by a refusal to go into
details as to who was to give them
this money or why It was being wa
gered They did not stag whether
or not they were suffragettes nor tell
who was tending tho babies or what
hubbies are doing while they are
emulating Weston
We aro going to write a book
when we get home added Mrs Jen
Idns 1o the tale of her companion
It will tell all about our trip and the
wager Wo are both writers and
painters and we arc not making the
trip merely for the 25000the edu
cational feature of It appeals to us
more than the money
The pedestrians remained in Og
den over night and will resume their
walk westward today by way of the
Southern Pacific
STREET GAR MH
HOLD SESSION
Local Division 418 Amalgamated I
Association of Street Car and Elec
trical Employes of America hold I a j
regular meeting last evening In Labor
hall a large number being present
Following the routine of business
President Arthur R Ranesden was
presented with an elegant gold watch
chain and charm by the members as a
token of confidence ant esteem
The presentation speech was made
by Vice President John Maddock who
gavo an outline sketch of union work
from the beginning of organized en
deavor down to the present time
Mr Ranesden who baa been a faith I
ful worker for the union since Its
I organization in 1905 having served
as secretary for several years before
being elected to the presidency was
greatly surprised by the gift and ex I
pressed his pleasure and apprecia
tion in n few well chosen remarks
relative to his interest In the common
cause and his constant willingness
to lend a helping hand whenever pos
I sible
Twelve applicants for membership
I In the association were received two
I of which were accepted The appli I
cants who were denied membership j
for tho present have not been em I
I ployed locally a sufficient length of
time to qualify with the associations
regulations The association now has
55 members
NAME PREVENTED A
CLUB ORGANIZATION
New York Aug 9A New York I
court has refused a certificate of in
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corporation to the SOUHO club U sod
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al organization of wealthy Now York t
ers The wouldbe Incorporators so I
I forth that tho club would be organized
i tor social and literary purposes am
for mutual improvement but the
court could not understand how 1
I club adopting for Its name tho collo
I Oiiial term Souse could operate fo
I uutuftl Improvement and accordlnglj
wrote on the petition the word de
nled on the ground that tho use o
such a name would bo against public
policy
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I 0 Pacific train on Solon hill near 0
I 0 Rawlins Wyoming 0 I
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0 along the track for a distance C
0 of fifty yards were gathered up 0 1
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Things Look JBIrfgld For I
LUCKY MAN
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I The resent sale of stock in tho Lucky Man Mine has produced
sufficient means to send the work forward Those who are just from
the district in which this mine is located are filled with enthusiasm
over the prospects Some miners wl have been on the property
lately arc very desirous of going to work on the Lucky Nap Mine and
are willing to take stock for their
wagesnot
wages only arc these men
willing but eager to do this knowing the property as they do
There is hardly a shadow of doubt thatthe mine will be among
the big shippers by the first
of December some of the experts 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 few I
a more days and
will then go to supervise tho work of sinking the main shaft into the
ore bodyowners of stock may be justified in looking for rapid in
crease in value just as soon as the proposed work is completed
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Lucky Man Mining
Company
FMFarrell Manager
Address2265 Lincoln Avenue
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