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I L IT IHE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY AUUOST 11191O I
TINY BABY HAD
DREADFUL EGZE lA
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On Hands Face Nose and Mouth
f Hard Crust Formed and Cracked
I Open Blood Ran Itched Fright
I fully Mitts on Hands No Rest
Got Cuticura In 3 Days Relief In
i a Week Cured Without a Mark
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I I bavo a Hltle baby almost a year old
When it Tu two months old It Jot ccicroa on
top of both her bands on her foco and rMn
I her nose and mouth Sho rcfuwxl to drink
and one of her cyea
almost closed up A
bard crust formed
I and would crack open
and the blood ran out
I l It Itched 10 fright
I fully hnt the poor
1 1 little rltl could not
I rest we had to keep
l mitts on her hnndx tory
krep her from frcratch
ry Inc rt her flUe and
her mother was forced
L5 to sit In a rocking
d chair with the baby
day and night We
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had a very good doc
tor and he did oil that
he jwwlbly could to
rcllcrr the baby1 torture hut the results worn
not what we had looked for
TVo had Tlwl of thn Cutlrura rlrnedl ro
e went to lhf rtrur More nnd pot > om > Cull
I cura wap and Cmleura olntmrnt W o u < qJ
them lint QC dirtied and In three day the
cruet ban lo come off In n week theie wa
I no more scab mid now the bahy h cured with
out a mark sleeps oumllr In her rradl and
I her parents In their l141 with no more lerp
I Icw nirtits because of the baby niifTcrlntr
Rulleuni cmt a wonderful remedy for tnu
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SPORTS
BASEBALL RESULTS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
BOSTON Aug 10 Homo runs by
Olbfton anti Wagnor overcame Bos
tons load and with another run mado
by good hitting PlttRburg today won
the fourth straight gamo from the
home tnam Score
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rittsburg u 3 Jt 1
Boston 6 3
Batteries Canmltz and Gibson
Curtis and Graham
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Philadelphia 8 Detroit 3
DETROIT Aug Philadelphia
bunched two doubles a triple a sin
gle and two bases on balls In the
first Inning of todays game scoring
five runs and taking a load that De
troit never was ablo to overcome
Score
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Philadelphia 810 ii
Detroit 3 0 2
Batteries Coom bji and Thomas
Donovan amTSchiuIaT u
St Louis 103 Now York 60
ST LOUIS Aug 10Si Louis took
loth games of a doubleheader from
New Uork today the first 10 to G and
the second 3 Jo 0 Pelty gave Now
York two hits In tho second game
Score
First game R H E
St Louis 1015 3
New York 09 2
Batteries Klnsclla Crss and KI11I
for Manning Warhop and Criger
Second game R II E
St Louis 3 G 1
New York 0 2 3
Batteries Pelty and Kllllfor
hughes Fisher and Mitchell
Won One Tied Second
CLEVELAND Aug 10ln the sec
ond doubleheader of tho series be
tweon Cleveland and Washington this
afternoon Cleveland took the first
game to 2 In 11 innings while neith
er team was able to score in the sec
ond game which was called at tho
end of the ninth on account of the
iinrkncsB Score
First game R H E
Cleveland 3 GO
Washington 2 6 1
Batteries Mitchell and Easterly
Moyer and Henry
Second game H H E
Cleveland 0 G 1
Washington 071
Batteries Ivocstncr and BemIs
Gray and Ainsmith
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Kansas CityFiret game Indian
npollB S Kansas City 3 second game
Indianapolis I Kansas City H
At St Paul First game Toledo 4
SI PaulO second game Toledo 1
St Paul 2
At Minneapolis Columbus 9 Min
neapolis 10 Innings
At Milwaukee Louisville 4 Mil
waukee S
WESTERN LEAGUE
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At ilncolnI Lincoln 10 Topeka O
At St JosephFirst game SL Jo
soph f Omaha 2 second game St Jo
seph 3 Omaha 0
COAST LEAGUE
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 6 San
Francisco 0
At San Francisco Oakland 5 Ver
lOll 1
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Seattle Tacoma 2 Seattle 1
BURNS TO MEET CAPONI
WINNIPEG MAN Aug 10 Tom
my Burns tho former champion has
been matched lo meet Tony Caponi
of Chicago here in September Ca
ponl and Jack Ryan of Chicago Till
moot hero August 22
RECORD BROKEN
AT BUTTE MEET
BUTTE MONT Aug 10IAewls
town leading all the way in the
fourth race today smashed the track
record for a tulle and 70 yards by
1 15 seconds making that distance In
143 45 Jockey Gaugel repeated big I
performance of yesterday today when I
he again rode three winners He also
ins up on a second horse Results I
First race 5 12 furlongs selling
Zoroaster 103 Gauge 7 to 2 won
J M Stokes 101 Batiisto G to L I
ocond Bill Mayham lOG Fischer
3 to 2 third Time 108 35
Second race 6 12 furlongs selling
Patterson 103 Seldon 9 to 2
non Trcmurgo 110 Gaugel 5 to 1
second Begone 110 Dennison 4 to
r third Time 120 25
Third race 5 12 furlongs selling
Iramotor ill Van usen G to 1
won Jossup Burn lOG Vosper 2 to
1 second Barney Oldfleld lOG Tay
lor 12 to 1 third Time 108
Fourth race Bo7oman handicap
mllo and seventy yards Lcwlslon 05
Selden 9 to 2 won Ocean Queen
302 Vandusen 15 to 1 second Fan
cj 97 Anderson 5 to 2 third Time
113 45
Fifth race mile selling Banlhol
107 cGaugel even won Tug Boat
102 Taylor 15 to 1 second Buda
pcst lOt Vanduson S to 1 third
11lle1n 35
Sixth race 5 12 furlongs selling
Lord Rossington lOG Gaugol 7 to
2 won Sona 102 Taylor 4 to 1
second Captain Burnett 106 Scldpn
10 to 1 third Time 1OS 15
RESULTS AI
SARATOGA
SARATOGA N Y Aug 10Il T
Wlsons Naushon carrying top
weight 122 pounds easily won tho
S440 net United States hotel stakos
plx furlongs here today defeating a
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I highclass Held of youngsters Tho
colt was ueglPPted In tho betting ho
cause tho txUihlr wan not sure of how
ho would rjm 11 tho mud
Iron Mask vag played for n good
thing bPlngftfbackM down from a to
110 S to ii at tiir close I
Tho field was sent away lo tn al
most perfect start Iron Mask was
rushed lntotho bail and continued to
aiow the way leading by a length
aid ft liulf around the upper turn and
Into rue flirtten Whon they straJght
ened out for the run to the wire but
woll cut lIIh911oose with the whip
and the colt responding gallantly
caught Iron Mask at tho last furlong
joloand breezed by him to win In A
gallop
SARATOGA N Y Aug lORo
suits
First race six furlongsRacquet 13
to 5 won Medallion 6 to 1 second
John A Munro 75 to 1 third Time
None taken
Second race BleoplcchaBo about 2
nIles Byzantine 3 to 1 won TouCh
wood S to 5 second Hilda 18 to 5
third Time 42G
Third race soiling one mile Acii
men 9 to 2 won Our Hannah S to
1 second Scarpla 8 to 0 third Time
141 15
Fourth race six furlongs Nauahon
4 to 1 won Iron Mask S to Ii sec
ond Novelty 2 to I third Time
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114Fifth race mile and an eighth Lad
of Langdon G to 1 won Far Went 7
to 5 second The Poor 7 lo 1 third
Time 155 35
Sixth race 5 12 furlongs Knight
fall 11 to 10 won Contrariwise JP to I
2 second Cuttyhunk 6 to 1 third
Time 109 35
SALT LAKE REA TEN
BY WElLSVllLE
Wellsvllle Aug 10Sall Lakes
usual hard luck was with the league
team In Its game with the Wellsvlllo
team here today Although Salt Lake
did some brilliant playing both In
the Held and at the hat it was beat
en by a score of 5 tot Wild throws
In the fourth and seventh Innings by
some Logan recruits of the Salt Lake
team gave Wellsvllle most of its runs
Red Toner for the visitors pitch
ed glltedged ball allowing only three
hits Salt Lake got nine hits off Mor
gan but with the exception of the
fifth Inning the hitswore well scat
tered and did not result in any runs
A combination of costly errors in the
fourth Inning gave Wellsvllle three
runs By hard hitting Salt Lake got
three in the fifth In the seventh a
wild throw with two men on bases
gave Wellsvlllo two runs Mike Don
ovan manager for the Salt Lake team
was the star at the bat getting two
twobaggers The most sensational
play of the day was Dorcks throw to
the plate from tho left field fence
stopping a score
Salt Lake was handicapped today
JjecauKe of the failure of Little Ten
nant McEachern and Quick to catch
the train from Salt Lake Players
from the Logan team wore substitut
ed for the absentees
The Salt Lake team will play the
Logan Boosters at Logan tomorrow
The Salt Lake team will < bo strength
ened by tho arrival or me four 1I1ayera
who missed tho train today and Law
rcnco and Ramshaw of the Ogden
State League team IVnnant will pitch
for Salt Lake and McCreary for La
gan Score by innings R H 13
Wellsvillo 000 500 20S 3 2
Salt Lake 000 030 0ti3 9 S
Batteries Morgan and Smith Ton
er and Sweeney
NINETYFIVE SWIMMERS
Chicago AUET 11 Ninetylive long
distance swimmers the greatest as
semblage of swimming talent over
gathered together In a single natato
rial competition in the middla west
will contest on Saturday for the 1
UOO William Halo Thompson cup In I
the Illinois Athletic clubs Chicago
Ier Marathon The entry list closed
last midnight
50 Per Cent Albumen
Wo have the following report on an
extreme caso of Brights Disease Pat
Ient Frank H Chandler Clay New
York member of Salt Springs Lodge
F A M No CiO Syracuse
The physician was called in in May
190S Diagnosed it as Brights Dis
ease with albumen 22 per cent Drop
sy soon appeared from head to foot
Case resisted treatment and became
alarming A specialist and two other
physicians called in In consultation
At this point patient was nearly burst
Ing with dropsy Had to be tapped
four quarts of water being drawn
The situation was complicated with
paralyzed condition of he bowels
Stomach would only retain poptonized
milk Distressing uraemic headaches
and eyesight Impaired At this point
the family called In a fifth physician
lie gave no hope Tests by the Col
lego of Medicine Syracuso N Y
showed 50 per cent albumen with
casts
At this critical moment the pat
ients family heard of a friend whoso
case was pronounced hopeless and had
recovered They investigated antI
found that the recovery was through
Fultons Renal Compound Sent for
It and put tho patient on it December
25thCaso
Case stubborn and yielded but slow
ly The first favorable symptom not
ed was that the patient began to sleep
normally The dropsy began lo de
cline and was Ilnally completely elim
inated Complications subsided with
gradual disappearance of albumen
and casts The patient slowly gained
23 lbs In weight and now reports good
health
Tula case presented one of tho hard
est cases of Brlghts DUease possible
These dally reports of recoveries
should Interest every family in which
there Is Brights Disease and every
physician In tho U S Nothing but 1
the prejudices and mistaken notions
of tho past can now prevent recovery
In a great majority but it is danger I
ous to lot cases get as sorlous as the
above before putting them on the
treatment
The now emollient treatment Is
known as Fultons Renal Compound
It can he had In Ogdon at Wm Driv
er Son Drug Co I
AVe desire ovory patient to write us
who Is not noting the usual Improve
ment by the third week Literature
mailed free Jno J Fulton Co G15
Battery St San Francisco Cal We
Invite correspondence with physicians I
who have obstinate cases
JUDGE HOWElL
RENDERS DECISION
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Judge Ho rendered a decision
yesterday uftJrntfbu on the Issues in
tho case 0tth Hoop r Irrigation
company et nlw against MelvIn At
woodel alH Jn vgbjch be slates that
bo will appoint commissioner to
levy aBBORsmontd iipoh the various
users of tho wattfr of the West Weber
canal
Tho cane In question lo ono of en
tanglement of rights to the irrigation
canal water In the year 1856 rertala
of the plaintiffs and defendants con
structed a canal known as the West
Weber canal diverting the waters of
tho Weber rlvor In tho year 1SG7
another canal whs built In the year
1870 a dam broke and the owners
cf both canal held a joint meeting
find together reconstructed a single
canal tho ono now in use Some of
the older users of the water have
claimed prior rights and have cp
dined to pay equal assessments
with iho persons who have more re
recently acquired water rights This
caused tho troublo which found 113
way Into tho District Court and which
It Is believed will bo settled by the
appointment of a commissioner
DONT EXPERIMENT
You Will Make No Mistake If You Fol
low This Citizens Advice
Never neglect your kidneys
If you have pain in the back uri
nary disorders dizziness and nervous
ness Its time to act and no time to
experiment These are all symptoms
of kidney trouble and you should seek
a remedy which Is known to euro the
kidneys
Doaus Kidney Pills Is the remedy
to use No need to experiment It
has cured many stubborn cases In
Ogdon Follow tho advice of an Og
den citizen and be cured yourself
Mrs George Wahlen 28GO Grant
Ave Ogden Utah says Kidney
complaint came on me gradually three
or four years ago and I spent a great
deal of money experimenting with
doctors medicines and socalled kid
ney medicinesof all kinds without be
g helped to any extent Finally
Doans Kidney Pills wore brought to
m notice and I procured a sample
from BADCONS PHARMACY They
helped me from the first and the con
tents of seven boxes entirely removed
tho backache and corrected the kid
ney disorder I always keep Doans
Kidney Pills on hand nnd whenever I
havo tho opportunity I recommend
them
For sale by all dealers Price 60
cents FostorMllburn Co Buffalo
New York soloagents for tho United
States
take no other
Remember the name Doans and
WOMAN TRlrS TO
ENO HER UH
Bertha Cross a woman of the un
derworld resldLSft in Electric alloy
made a desporate aUenipt at suicide
at eleven oclock last night by swal
lowing nearly an ounce of potassium
permanganate Antidotes were quickly
administered by her friends until the
arrival of Dr InTcbrotsol who at
tended her until tho danger was pasL
Tho woman was brought to the po
lice station together with her para
mour J E McKee by Patrolman Pet
erson and Kclliher where they were
locked up for safe keeping
McKee threatened to leave the wo
man and stated that he was going
to Denver on a midnight train She
became hysterical and finding her
pleadings for him to remain were not
having the desired effect she seized
a bottle of the poison and
drank a portion of It before the bot
tle was knocked from her hands Both
Mckee and the woman art 21 years of
age
HOGS AND VEAL
We are paying for fat hogs ae fol
io wa
Hogs from 200 Ibo and up per
100 Ibo 875
Hogs from 160 to 200 Ibs per
100 Ibs 850
Hops from 125 to 160 Ibs pOI
100 lbs 775
We receive bogs daily
Anybody who prefers dressed
weight on hoes may bring them In on
Tuesdaya or Fridays between 730
and 10 a m Wo will then slaughter
them while you wait and pay 1175
per 100 lbs dressed At either of
these days you may choose wholhor
you want the live weight price or
1175 dressed
We pay for fat veals from 70 to 125
lbs dressed weight 11 cents per lbF
and receive them daily iou may
bring them In cither live or dressed
Access to our plant Is now con
venient slnco tho construction of tho
viaduct
OGDEN PACKING PROVISION CO
BREWtRY MEN
ARRANG OUTiNG
Tho annual outing of tho Brewery
Workers Local No 325 Is announced
to take place tomorrow at the llerml
age Though only a short time was
Liven to prepare for the occasion an
elaborate program has been arranged
Winners In the various sport events
will receive cash prizes the Orpheum
orchestra has been engaged to fur
nish music for the dance In the oven 1
ing and a prize waltz has been added I
to tho program The public Is cor 1
dially invited to attend and enjoy
the hospitality of the organization
FUER L Of JOIIN
RODE1OJ HaD
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Tho funeral of John Rodgcrsou ngo
3 son of Mr and Mrs Daniel Rod
gorson of West Wober Was held at
the West Weber meeting house yes
terday at 2 p m Bishop George Eth
erington presiding
Music was furnished by the ward
Things Look Bright For
LUCKY MAN
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The resent sale of stock in tho Lucky Man Mine hns 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 wb have been on the property
lately are very desirous of going to work on the Lucky Man Mine and
are willing to take stock for their wages not 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 be among
the big shippers by the first of December come 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 bo in Ogdon for a few more days and
will then go to supervise the work of sinking tho main shaft into tho
ore body owners of stock may be justified in looking for rapid in
crease in value just as soon as the proposed work is completed
Lucky Man Mining
Company H
F MFarrell Manager
Address 2265 Lincoln Avenue
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choir assisted by Miss Kate Hadley
and Miss Jeanette Hong who sang a
duetThe
The speakers were Nathan A Haw
kes George A Heslop George Hes
lop William Hunter Bishop Robert
McFarland and Bishop Etherington
There WOs a largo attendance of
relatives and sorrowing friends who
came to extend their sympathy to the
bereaved parents A number of beau
tiful floral tributes wore received
OBOfN PIONEfR
IS lAID TO REST
The funeral of A Dewey Shurtliff
formerly a public appraiser of Weber
county aged 61 was held at 4 oclock
yesterday afternoon at Larkin Sons
funeral chapel Bishop H C Jacobs
of the Eighth ward presiding
The music was as follows Guide
Me to Thee Homo Sweet Home
Softly and Tenderly Jesus Is Call
ing sung by Mrs Mary Farley and
Airs Mary Jones and Some Sweet
Day by Mrs Mary Parley
The speakers were J A Howell
Aicuibald McFarland Bishop Jacobs
and Patriarch George W Larkin all
of whom spoke highly of the deceas
ids faithfulness to public duty his
Integrity and loyalty to his many
friends
Tho services were well attended
There were no flowers by request Tho
body was shipped to Morgan at
830 this morningwherc services were
Io held at tho tabernacle at 1 oclock
Interment was made at Morgan
SALT AND SODA IN
IDAHO AND WYOMING
Forty years agotlie finest salt
works west of the Mississippi ac
cording to the reports of tho Hayden
survey wore established near what
is now the WyomingIdaho border I
west of Salt River valley locally
Known as Star valley In those days
aa much as 200000 pounds of salt I
was boiled every month from brine
springs or Smoking creek now
Stump creek and sold at 125 a hun I
dred pounds
Unfortunately for the exploitation
of these deposits tho railroads have
not yet reached them but have made
other deposits more accessiblethose
of the Great Salt Lake region for
nxample ami tho Star valley salt in
dustry now reckons an output of only
a few hundred tons a year produced
tor local uso
Interest In these salt springs has
recently boon revived by the discov
ery beneath them of large masses of
very pure rock salt Analyses of this
lock salt made h3 Chase Palmer
chemist of the United States geolog
ical survey show that It will yield
table salt as pure as any made else
where III the United States
A report on these deposits by C L
Breger geologist has just been pub
lished by the United States geolog
ical survey In bulletin 1301 an ad
vance chapter from the surveys bui
letln 430
Wyoming Is noted for Its mineral
springs containing salt sulphur Iron
and alkalies and for Its saline de
posits lu dry lakes Extensive beds
of sodium sulphate and sodium car
bonate are found at many places in
the state In such dry lakes from
vhoso surface the wind blows dense
white clouds of alkali to the dis
comfort of the traveler
Such deposits still receive acces
sions of alkali by tho evaporation of
pallnc waters carried to them from
faltladeu rocks and soils or from
KILL THE 6ERMS
Thats the Only Way to Cure Dan
druff and Parisian Sage is
I the Only Killer
Parisian Sage soaks into the scalp
and when It reaches the roots of the
hair It not only kills every dandruff
germ but It supplies the hair with I
Just the right kind of nourishment to
put vigor and strength into it and
make It grow I
Parisian Sng Is the most delight
ful hair dressing in the world and
is not sticky or grcnsy Use It ono
week and you will never give It up
Parisian Sage Is guaranteed by
BADCONS PHARMACY to stop fall
las hair to cure dandruff keep hair
from fading to step itching of the
scalp or money back Price 50 cents
a largo bottle The girl with the Au I
burn hair Is on every bottle
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similar deposits laid down in the i
rocks of earlier geologic periods I
Deposits of sodium carbonate sal
soda are worked commercially at
Green River Wyo where alkaline
waters are pumped from deep wells
and their mineral content Is concen
trated and solidified by evaporation
A report on deposits of sodium salts
In Wyoming by Alfred R Schultz
has just been published by the United
States geological survey in bulletin
4301 an advance cnapter of bulletin
4tfO Mr Schultz describes the Im
portant deposits states their location
character age and origin and gives
tho results of chemical analysis of
I samples The report may be obtain
ed free by applying to the director
of tho survey at Washington It
LONE STAR STATE
SELECTS BAILEY
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GALVESTON Aug 10Artcr en
dorsing United States Senator Bailey
for the Democratic nomination for
president In 1912 and nominating a
full gtato ticket headed by Oscar B
Colqult for governor and A D Da
Idson for lieutenant governor tho
Democratic state convention adj
Journed this afternoon
I Both Colqviitt and Davidson are an
Uprohibitionlsts notwithstanding the
fact that the platform declares for
the submission of a prohibition
amendment to the people
J S Willams an antiprohlbltlonlst
was elected chairman of tho state ox
exutivo committee The platform Is
favorable to lie policies of Colqultt
and upholds Senator Bailey in his
course The tariff plank reads
Endorse Democratic Platform
We reaffirm the tariff declaration
of tho Democratic state and national
platforms of 1900 and wo expressly
condemn the proposition to remove
all duties from the manufacturers
raw material so long as such duties
remain on manufacturers finished
products
This is favorable to Senator Bai
leys contention
A minority of the platform commit
tee on which was Cone Johnson ono
of tho prohibition candidates for gov
ernor recently defeated was also a
member lresented a report
It offered In lieu of the tariff plank
adopted a reaffirmation of the tariff
plank of the Denver platform it de
manded legislation prohibiting United
States senators congressmen and
other public officers from accepting
employment and fees from public ser
vice corporations and others specially
Interested in legislation This plank
vas considered by his followers as a
reflection on Senator Bailey
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IMPORTANT STEP OF
KNillTSTEMPLAR
CHICAGO Aug lOThe resolu
tion unanimously adopted here today
establishing a concordat between
Knight Templars governing bodies is
said by Masons to be the most Impor
tant step taken by the conclave lu
years Tho concordat establishes am
icable relations between the Knights
of England Ireland Scotland Canada
and the United States and In an event
that has been crystallizing for many
years
Its consummation is said to be thp
chief object for which the Earl of
fiuston present grand master of Eng
land and Wales visited the thlrtyflrgt
triennial conclave
All the templars of the world are
affiliated with the governing bodies
of one or the other nations and this
glsiatlou practically consolidates
them
Election of Officer Today
Tho election of officers for the con
clave of 1913 will be taken up tomor
row morning Under the established
custom of Progression elective offi
cers will advance one step leaving
only tho ottlce of grand Juniot1 war
den to bo filled
For this place there are four ac
lye candidates Frederick C Thay
er of Watervlllc Maine J W Chant
berlaln St Paul I L Rcglcter Now
Jersey and L P Now of Indiana
Thero Is no doclaed change in the
atmosphere as to tho city for thQ nOl
conclave and campaigning vlll con
tinue until the election tomorrow The
competitive drills began early today
and wlll last through toinornw Tho
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prizes will bo awarded tomorrow
night
Indianapolis Wins Prize
Detroit commandtry NO1 walt first
I on tho field today Sixty men In
black uniforms topped with white
plumed chapeaux marched and coun
termarched ondlng with the saber
salute to the grandstand
Tho army officers who acted as
Judges In tho drills late today an
nounced tho following scores Raper
commandcry No 1 of Indianapolis
winning tho first prize Raper com
I mnndery No 1 per ccutago 923 Han
coleman No 1C Cincinnati 873 Ori
I ental No SI Kansas City 87 2 Ivan
boo No 4 Milwaukee S5J Konosha
WiH No 30 841 Beausant No8
Baltimore 790 Mount Olivet Wichi
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ta 7S2 Detroit commander No1
which gave an exhibition drill was
I given honorable mention The II rat
prize Is a silver libation fountain anJ
I cups a silver living cup the second
I and a center piece and candelabra the
third
LAWYERS ARE IN
CONTEMPT Of COURT
SAN FRANCISCO Aug 10 Es
corted by Patrick Calhoun president
of the United Railroads of this city
Attorneys A A Moore Stanley Moore
I and John J Barrett made a leisurely l
automobile trip out to the count
I jail tonight and surrendered them
fidves to tho sheriff to begin serv
ing live days sentences Imposed upor
them by Superior Judge William P
Lawlor last last Wednesday for con
tempt of court The elder Moore was
twice sentenced tho fivedays terms
lo run concurrently
The three attorneys arc members
of Calhouns legal brigade In his trials
for tho alleged bribery of supervisors
during the last Schmltz administra
tion
Attorneys Express Contempt
Wednesday fudge Lawlor read a
statement from thp bench setting
forth his reasons for refusing to dis
miss tbo Calhoun cases Stanley
Moore In reply declared Judge Law
lor guilty of doing politics from tho
bench Ho was promptly sentence
for contempt His father A A
Moore took his place and slating that
he wished everything that his son hal
said to be considered as coming from
him also proceeded to declare his
contempt for Judge Lawlor In so
many words Ho was also sentenced
end Barrett followed with similar re
I marks which gained him a similar
fate Calhoun also addressed tho
court but couched his remarks In
more parliamentary phrases and es
caped Judgo Lawlors wrath
CHURCH TO BE MADE
MOVING PICTURE SHOW
New York Aug HJohn D Rock
efeller Jr has signed plans for
changing a church Into a movingpic
ture theater He will alter the two
btory Armltagc chapel on 108th np
nue just north of the West Side
Neighborhood House Into a moving i
Icturc show place
Tho chapel building owned by Mr I
Rockefeller Is a branch of tho Fifth
Avenue Baptist church and has beca
closed for some time owing to thc
failure of tho Neighborhood to sup
port It
FIREMAN FAILED TO
GAIN RAPID PROMOTION
Nowark N J Aug 11 Frederick
J Hebrlng a Newark fireman com
mitted suicide at the home of an
aunt hero last night His failure to
win more rapid promotion in the fire
department is said to have been re
tponslblo for his act
I
I
TRUTH CROPS OUT
I
Why Pile Sufferers Often Fail i
To Get Relief f
Science is getting to the bottom of
everything Including the cnuue acd
euro of piles The brightest doctor t
now admit that piles are caused In > f
tonially and can be cured only by In I
ternal treatment Dr J S leon
hardt some time ago perfected a rem
edy In tablet form HemRold which
cures tho cause of piles and there
fore cures permanently It Is sold by
Badcons Pharmacy Ogden Utah un
der monoyback guarantee 1 for
days treatment Dr Lconhardt Co
Station BJ Buffalo N Y WrHo for
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