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i ry THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1910
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
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I Chicago 63 3 n 155
i Pittsburg f > 8 38 GOt
I New York 57 39 593
Philadelphia 40 48 504
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I Cincinnati 19 51 490
Brooklyn 4J f7 418
ytJou1s 30 CO 354
i K Boston 3G 60 353
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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I Philadelphia GS 32 080
i JtDolllou 60 13 583
Detroit 58 15 603
I p New York 57 46 503
Cleveland 17 53 470
Washington 14 60 423
i Chicago 41 no 410
StLouls 31 68 313
I V AMERICAN LEAGUE
Philadelphia 4 Detroit 5
DETROIT Aug 11 Morgans wild
i neBS was fatal today find Detroit was
victorious In nn uphill fight 5 tot
1 i Only one hit a hunt figured In the
I 1 scoring of the homo teams first four
i rune Score
I R H E
i Philadelphia 4 S 1
i 1 Detroit A 5 S 5
i Batteries Morgan lOll Thomas
i I Mullln ami Schmidt
f Cleveland 3 Washington 4
CLEVELAND Aug 11 Washing
I ton won two gnmcp from Cleveland to
< day Cto O and 4 to 3 Scores
game
R H E
I l Cleveland 0 2 1
Washington 6 1 ° 2
r Batteries Fanwell Link nnd Be
rale Johnson hind Brcclccudort
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I I Cleveland 3 7 1
Washington 4 10 1
Batteries Falkcnbcrg and Easter
ly Walker and AInsralth
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I Boaton 0 Chicago 1
CHICAGO Aug ItWalsh camo
within one strikeout of equalling the
American league record today against
I Bonton fanning fifteen batters and
I allowing throe hits the locals win
I ning 1 to 0 on Doughertys triple In
the second followed by Purtells sac
l rifice fly Walsh Is out for a record
In the last 35 23 Innings he has
pitched he has blanked his opponents
struck out 39 batters and given but 11
hits Score
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New York 3 St Louie 11 >
ST LOUIS ug 11New York
Wed todays game hvlth J3t Louis In
tho ninth inning ana won In the tenth
1 to 1 LnUe way effective until tho
ninth Score
s R H E
Now York 8 2
St Louis 1 5 2
Batteries aWailiop and Crigor
JaklS and KIlHfcr
NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 3 Philadelphia 6
PHILADELPHIA Aug 11 St
Louis was defeated hero today In a
hnrd hitting game Scoro
St Louis H 9 1
Philadelphia n 13 0
Batteries Willis and Bresnahan
Ewing and Dooln
Pittsburg 3 Brooklyn 0
BROOKLYN Anp 11Plttshurs
shut out Brooklyn today In their first
clash of the present series today 3 to
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Pit tphnrg P n 0
Brooklyn 0 C 0
Batteries White and Gibson Bar
ber and Erwin
Cincinnati 3 New York 2
NEW YORK Aug INew York
took two games from Cincinnati to
day 5 to 1 and < 5 to 2 Thorp were
four hpma rum Tho deciding run In
the last game resulted from Devores
fourbagger Score
First game
R H E
Cincinnati 4 11 3
New York 5 n 3
Batteries Rownn and McLean
Matheweou and iiyors
Second game
R H E
Cincinnati 2 K I
Now York n 11 1
Batteries Suggs and McLean
Amos and Schlol
AMERICAN > N
At St PaulSt Paul 4 Toledo 3
At Minneapolis Minneapolis 0 Co
lumbus S 1
At Kansas City First game In
dianapolis a Kansas City 2 second
game Indianapolis 0 Kansas City 1
At Milwaukee Milwaukee 2 Louis
ville 5
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Omaha Topoka 6 Omaha 11
At DCS Mo2nes Wichita 14 Des
Molnes 3
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At Sioux Gily Sioux City 7 St Jo
seph 4
At Lincoln Lincoln 3 Denver 0
COAST LEAGUE
At Oakland Oakland 2 Vernon 1
At Los Angeles Los Angeles S
San Francisco 1
At PortlandSacramento 0 Port
land G I
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Vancouver B C Spokane 4
Vancouver 3
SALT LAKE PLAYERS
DEFEAT LOGAN TEAM
Hoodoo of the Local Leaguers Is Fin
ally Broken In Brilliant Game
Logan trig 11The Salt Lake
team defeated Loinii today after ono
of the prettiest and most closely con
tested games of the season Tho
scoro was 3 to 2 in favor of the visi
tors Both teams played good ball and
the result of tho game was uncertain
until the last ball was thrown
Tennant who pitched for the visi
tors had the Logan players on his
staff all through tho same He al
lowed only three hits One of the
Logan players was hit by a pitched
ball which was the only battery error
made by Salt Lake McCreary pitch
ed good ball for the locals He al
lowed eight hits but kept them well
scattered
Logan got a run In the first when
Christensen muffed a fly In right Held
Salt Lake carne back strong In the
second Two men got angle and Ten
nant brought them homo with a long
single Logan lied the score in its
half of the second and Salt Lake by
bunching hits brought In the winning
run in the sixth
Salt Lnkcs lineup was Sweeney
catcher Tennant pitcherToner first
base Donovan second base Stewart
shortstop McConnell third base
Maughan left Held Beck center
field ChrIstensen right Held Stoney
umpired and his decisions were nev
er questioned
The score by innings
Salt Lake 02000 1U 0 03
Logan 11000000
Batteries Tennant and Sweeney
McCieary and Watkins
RESULTS AT
BUnt WIEET
BUTTE Mont Aug ItResults
First race 5furlongs selling He
rives ° 107 Taylor J to J won Jil
lett 107 Fischer 7 to 2 second
Tiampn Corona 102 KIrschbaum 10
to L third Time 102
Second race five furlongs selling
Red Bill 111 Vnniluson fi to 1
Ton Banonica 103 Gauge i 7 to 10
second Mollle iMontrose 112 E
Smith 30 to 1 third Time 101 35
Third race flvo furlongs selling
H to 2 won On Parole 109 Onugol
1 to 5 second Royal Stone 109
Vandunen 10 to 1 third Time 101
Fourth race five and half furlongs
tho Two Bridges handicap Thistle
Hpllt fR Sold t > nl 9 to 1 won Fern
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Jinndo 104 Batiste 1 to 1 third
lime 107 15
Fifth race mile selling Miss Pic
nic 97 CW Gargan 4 to 1 won
Sugar Maid 111 Boland 2 to 1 sea
ond Spring Ban 109 Page 7 to 2
third Time 140 15
Sixth race six furlongs selling =
Preen 124 McBride 4 to 1 won
nurlelgb 124 c Page 3 to 1 second
Smiley Motzner 124 Taylor 4 to 1
third Time 115 35
YEARLINGS BRING
SOME GOOD PRICES
SARATOGA NY Aug 11 Ex 1
ceptionally good prices wore brought
at tho Mile of yearlings here In the
paddock before tho races today The I
star of the sale was a chestnut colt
lir Meddler Bonnle Blue 11 which
went to J E Madden for 4300
J C Ireland paid 1600 for nor
half slstor to Chcrrlola
First race mile Danoacara 7 to
5 won Field Mouse 13 to 10 sec
ond May Amelia 4 to 1 third Time
143 15
Second face steeplechase about I
two and a half miles Black Bridge
even win Ticket of Leave 15 to 1
second Jimmy Lane 11 to 5 third
Time 530
Third race six furlongs Textile
I to 3 won Zeus 12 to L second
Jlectagon 6 to 1 thlrJ Time 115
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Fourth race mile and an eighth
Olaiimla 1to 4 won Pretond 5 to 1
second Seacllff 15 to 1 third Time
155
155Fifth
Fifth race five and a half furlongs
Helone E 10 to 1 won Kor mach 3
to 1 second Royal Lodge 12 to 1
third Time 110
Sixth race six furlongs Sadaqua
dn 3 to 1 won Henry Munro 16 to
fi second Montcalm 9 to 2 third
Time 117 25
DUfflE ARGHDAU
WINSAICUYElAND
CLEVELAND Aug H Dudio
Archdale winner of the 10000 Mer I
chants and Manufacturers stake at
Detroit last week landed the 5000
Ohio stake the biggest feature of the
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rograui at North Randall today The
event being run on the three heat
plan resulted in Dudle Archdalo los
ing her first heat of the season In the
third
Geers was presented with two sil
ver cups for winning this stake and
also the Edwards stake on Tuesday
Tho first division of the Tavern
steak raco the second feature of
the day could not be finished because
of darkness Henry II winner of the
first two heats appeared to have
completed the event easily but was
sev back from first to third place In
tails on the home stretch
The event will he finished tomor
row when the 215 pace which could
even bo started today will bo run
Presiding Judge Newton announced
that Uhlan will try tomorrow to low
ei his own worlds record of 201 for
trotting geldings to H wagon 1C the
luvorable
Summary
212 trot 1500 three In five Ga
mar won Captain George second
Margarote third Rest time 2OS 11
2OS pace 1200 two In three
Shrnughran won Good Goods sec
ond Coffeeno third nest limo 20
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211 trot Ohio stake purse 5000
I ihrce heal Planko Dudle Archdalo
won Billy Burke second Beraldo
third Host limo 20fi 12
2Ifi trot Tavern Steak pun 1
1000 first division throe In five I
to hi concluded tomorrow Henry
11 won first and second heal Rob
ert A won third heat Crclghton
lnlrd Host time 210 12
HEADQUARTERS Of
I HORSEMEN MERE
Ogden Is to bethe hoadquartorb
for an Intermountain harM breed
ers association which has boon
organized for the purpose or improv
I fug the horses of this region Not
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only are benefits to be derived by
Utah and the intermountain region
but the whol country will receive
its proportionate share aa It Is pro
posed to create what will bo known
rn the American Draft Horse as
distinguished from the French Bel I
glur Clydesdale Shire anti other well
Known breeds of draft horses
The government has an experi I
mental station at Ames Iowa where
vast expenditures have been made I
for a similar purpose and from which
very satisfactory results have been
accomplished
Ames has become ono of tho prin
cipal horse breeding cities of Ameri
ca and an a result of careful experi
mentation with Clydesdales Shires
and other foreign breeds of draft ani I
mals the horse experts have created
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breeds which havo been entered hi
the associations stud hook for the I
attainment of a socalled American I
pure blood horsy As Is well known I
all of the foreign breeds of draft
horses possess some features which I
HU objectionable I
An Informal mooting of the local
association will be held at L150 Wash
ington avenue I ng2 oclock Saturday
foi the purpos of discussing horse
breeding
NOTICE
Bids will bo received to be opened
August 20th 1010 at 2 oclock p m
al tho office of the undersigned
Poard of Trade building Salt Lake
City Utah for the furnishing of SOO
000 pounds first quality oats and SOO
tons straight timothy hay delivery lo
bo made at regular Intervals during
period of one year from award of con
tract In submitting bids on above
material state price f o b Salt Lake
City giving > lull particulars as to
quality of materials to be furnished
The undersigned reserves the right to
reject any or all bids
P J MORAN
Box 783 Salt Lake City Utah
SMYTH BUYS
Oil PAINTING
Tho large oil painting of President
Taft In Ogden canyon on September
2C 1909 executed by Artist Thomas
Slight of this city and which has at
tracted so much attention throughout
the state has been purchased by Den
nis A Smyth proprietor of the Eu
ropean hotel and now hangs in the
corridor of that hostelry
Tho picture which measures five
feet ton inches by four feet eight
Inches > s a splendid piece of work
and is considered by those who who
have seen it as belng Slights master
piece It represents the presidential
party consisting of President Taft
Captain Archibald Butt his military
aide and James Sloan tho presidents
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bodyguard In tho Smvth automobile
with Mr Smyth driving Tho like I
nesses of the men are perfect and can I
be easily distinguished Tho picture
Is at the point of tho canyon road
about half a mile west of the sawmill
GAVE DAMAGES
fOR ONE GENT
Because her character was defamed
Mrs A C Riley was awarded dam
ages of one cent by the jury of the
district court yesterday afternoon
Fifty dollars was added to thls mHo 1
I by the court because in defaming her If
character George C Stroetor the de I
Pendant had struck the woman with I
his fist bruising her face I
Mrs Riley had been a tenant in a I
house owned by Streeter and had
failed to pay her rent She had also
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refused to vacate the residence when
ordered to do so by the landlord In
ono of tho visits paid to the house by I
Streeter nn altercation arose whiten
ended In the man striking tho woman
with his list In which It Is claimed
he held a chisel Mrs Riley entered
suit ngalnst the man for 1500 on tho
two separate charges of assault and
defamation of character
MANY POSITIONS OPEN
IN GOVERNMENT SERVICE
The United States civil service
commission announces the following
examinations for September 14 to bo
held at the federal building in Salt
Lake
Aid coast and geodetic survey ap
prentice plate cleaner transferor and
engraver bureau of engraving and
printing assistant Philippine ser
vice assistant Inspector of boilers
assistant Inspector of hulls civil en
gineer and superintendent of construc
tion clerk Isthmian canal service
computer nautical almanac office
computer naval observatory drafts
nun architectural supervising ar
chitects office Junior engineer en
gineer engineer department at large
topographic departmental service
junior engineer bureau of mines
kindergarten teacher Indian service
local Inspector of boilers local Inspec
tor of hulls matron Indian service
physician Philippine and other ser
vices surveyor Philippine service
tfachor Philippine service veterin
arian Philippine service
The following are announcfed for
October 12 at the same place I
Agricultural Inspector Philippine
service civil engineer departmental
service civil engineer departmental I
service civil engineer and drafts
man computer coast and geodetic
survey computer supervising archi I
tects office draftsman mechanical
Isthmian caual service engineer In
Jlan service farmer Indian service
fish culturlst forest assistant Phil
ippine service law clerk pharmacist
public health and marine hospital ser
vice postal clerk Isthmian canal ser
vice scientific assistant department
of agriculture superintendent of con
struction teacher Indian service
trained nurse veterinary inspector
draftsman topographic Isthmian can
al service i
Tho commission also announces an j
ixamlnation for September 19 to se j
cure eligibles for the positions of
t riter and stenographer The
government It is said is very shy
of help of this kind and excellent op
ortunltles are offered for good type
writers and stenographers
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There aro certain mineral medicines which will temporarily remove tho
external symptoms of Contagious Blood Poison and shut tho dlsoaso tip
in the system for awhile but when tho treatment is loft off tho trouble al
ways returns in worso f orm But that is not all tho delicate membranes
on tissues of tho stomach and bowels are usullay injured by those strong j
minerals and frequently stomach trouble
chronic dyspepsia and mercu
rial rheumatism are added to the destructive blood poison S S S is tho
only remedy that can bo used with perfect safety In tho treatment of Oon
tagious Blood Poison and with tho assurance that a lasting ouro will
result This medicine made entirely of non inJurlolls roots herbs and
barks of recognized curative and tonic value removes every particle of tho
I virus from the circulation and by enriching and strengthening tho blood
removes every symptom permanently S S S does not hide or cover up
tho disease in any way but cures It by removing it from tho system
Homo Troatment Book and any medical advioo froo to all who writo 1
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We have what we call our offpeak sign lighting rate Signs
arc attraclivo and draw attention to your store
With a sign transformer and low volt Tungsten you can
illuminate your store front at small cost Call us and we will
tell you all about this class of lighting
Dont let your wife break her back over the wash tub
She isnt as young as slywas when she said yes to you Call
at the Boyle Furniture the Ogden Furniture the Boyle Hard
ware and the Sidney Stevens Imp Co and lookat those upto
date Electric Washing Machines These firms will guarantee
f the amount of current the Electric Washer uses per hour to do
the washing
These same firms also carry the latest ideas in Modern I
Gas Ranges We install gas services free but you arc at lib
erty to buy your gas range wherever you can be suited best
To hose who arc using gas for the first timo remember that
Miss Berrington is our demonstrator who will instruct you
how to economize and get the best results with your gas stove I
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