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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1907)
rtTK RAt.VATI I1N ARM T solicit CaStnlT
clothing; In fact, anything you do net
need; we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
l;ih Bt fn ooat of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 41 end
wagon win call. vv
if A A n-CRwadtsh movement.
-SittOOAUjui, room X second floor.
(18) M4S7 At
tf A nVITTTP treatment and bath. Mm.
MiYU-NiHO Bmlth. lit N. 16th, 2d floor.
rrr. aaraote corrected try glasses. f.ttd
In your home If desired; reasonable
pries. ' Bmlth, Gradual Optician, 2svl
Ohio. 'Phone Webster 4317.
v , Q8-Ma00
BETWINO machine supplies for all makes
of machines; machines repaired; machines
for rant. Harden Bros., Sewing Machine
- riant I nimim m hl intranM. 11. Ilmiff.
118J TIM MID
ANY ONn knowing the whereabout of
Nela and OU( Olsen will confer a favor
bdod them by ahowlna- them thla ad. of
by writing to Miss Carrie Olsen, Rook
inland, ui.. ae tn.n Bt,
' (18V-M7W Mllx
FOR anythlngln the sewing machine Una
' go to P. R Ftodman Co., 1514 Cap. Ave,
... . , UP M7M Mil.
DR. N. BOJnMER, homeopath, Bee Bldg.
h (U-M1 .
HUtTVB cWrH-830; n knife. Quick
Cure Rupture Co., Woodmen of the World
THH healing household remedy. Satin rktn
cream ahoiild aJwaya be bandy, Ko. (18)
- REAL ESTATE '
OTt nurHTr for balk
; NO MUD
: IN ;KOUNTZE
Like- you Win And In a great many places,
where lota are offered for aale at double
the price we are asking for Kountso Place
lota, PERMANENT SIDEWALKS and.
PAVED STREETS In front of nearly all
lota, good surroundings, clone to three good
car Unas and too business center. You
can't make a mlstaka In selecting a lot In
Kountsa Plaoa at one.
OUR PRICBJ LIST.
. pinker, between 1Mb and Mth, 1660 to $750.
Lathrop, between 19th and Mth, 1750 to
Wirt 8t, between loth and Mth, ItUO. .
Blnney 84., between 18th and Mth, 1,060. I
Locust Bt, between 10th and J4tb, ttfO..
If yon oan't pay cash, we will make terms
of one-fourth down, balanos one, two and
three years. ' ' ' .
Ask for our new book of Kountsa Place
homes and plat. 1
HOUSES BUILT TO ORDER.
Hastings & Heydem
1704 Farnam St
ri,i. MiJjTfL. Fftt. .
J5!5.fJLf rJrjC.i".A tmS!.0.:
" f , T. J. " , ..
w!,L Jir . a" , ' tl,v.7Z
way deatrabla. No fancy price on thla
. TT TflI'al . OT irnfl I
I I... . BRllW B t rUACK. - I
This addition hezlna at Aid Bt. Famam
runs through the middle of these lots. I
have over (100) for Bale. They are desirable
for- residence and trackage. The (100)- lota
must ba sold In a bunch. They are priced
atone-half their Individual value.
This choice realdence lot, 60x186 ft., lies
on 86th St., the moat desirable residence
district; east front, lot terraced and sodded.
jtsphsU pavement, In front of property.
v . ! Famam St., '
;.- . $750.00
fc.- IF. SOLD THIS WEEK .
, , .. ' t-room .cottage and 2 lotas
. ' iotal ' frontage 126x120 ft., lv
' cated la Dee's addiUon to Al
r bright, about blocks 8. W".
' of car line; "aO kinds of fruit
.. '.on premises; possession In ten
T days from' date of sale. Ooeu
, ' - .pled by owner, Henry Adolph..,-1' ,
Must be sold this week for the
' ' 'above price. Reasonable terma ; .
,. to responsible party. Inquire
" . , . . .
: , : GEORGE A CO ' i
'Pbona l5ougIas 76A 1901 Farnam St.
. w. i ' - ' (19-63BTx
' ' i ' ' . '
U PER CENT Investment In Omaha Im
provement property, close In. S. Hswver.
,' L14 Emmet sL (19) isl 8x
FOR SALE-Nloe S-room cottage-fi.iso. See
owner,1 2ei8, Qrant ,St. , ' (19) MSA 9x
WALNUT IULL DISTRICT
Seven' rooms, all modern, east
front. Price, $2,800.
O 'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
''.. " lOOt 'N. Y. Li- Bldg. -
f .jnoM p-Hfil .
, . a - Qj) tat i
ONE 'ACRE TRACT IN
. :. BELVEDERE
.' 'i blcxrks from Florence car "
line, smalt S-room cottage;
welL barn. 12x14 ft; all new,
Mth and Realck Ave. Bee us.
;. at .once,. -
.. GtORG A CO., 1601 FARNAM BT.
'-" (1)-6J7 T
r6i PALE Two modern houses and large
barn., one block, north of Hanscom park;
paved atreet. east front, lot 78x160. East
era owner will sell at a baraln.
... THOMAS BRENNAN.
ci Itoom I N. I. U Bldg.
Slxty-frve feet on the boulevard, near 80th;
. a, very prettjr lot. three fronts Be sure
.W Wo at tola.
THe Byron Reed ' Co.,
2U OUT HXU,
TEL. DOUG. 207.
'""i?L08B IN. - -
1 - 1
TT 8, 86th Are., 7-room, all
podrm, house., furnace heat,
eeA flniah first floor, hard pine '
seeond, full cemented .base
mrnti lot 88x11 feet, short die
Unce from, Leavenworth car.
First class property.
..GEORGE A CO.,
v 1801 Farnam St.
ftM Douglas TM.
REAL ESTATE '
CITY FROPRRTY FOR BALK.
-ROOM modem house, hot water heat;
full lot on payed street, block! from
Park line and I blocka from new South
Mth Bt, car line. Handy, ta both Omaha
and South Omaha. Owner leaving the
city and will sacrifice to make Immediate
eale. Price $4,000.
. J. H. DUMONT at BON,
N. ,T. Llfe.Bldg., .,.
BRICK APARTMENT HOUSE
Within walking distance of
buaineea district, each apart- .
ment has ( rooma.' all ,modern,
central bot water heating plant
for whole building. AH. oak.
' ' finish, ibullt in 1908; ' face
eat on asphalt payed street.
corner- lot 94x130 -feet; .groat
yearly rental. 83,188. An ex-
cellent Investment property,
GEORGE i CO., '
1801 ruiwm St.
'Phone Douglas 76. ,-
" . (U)-6t
close to man. SCHOOL
Two meant lots. ' each 83x133. south fronts,
on Davenimrt St., on grade; gooa piaoe
for two frame hoUsea or three brick, flats
W. H. -GATES.
tl7 N. Y. life. , . 'Phone Douglas 1204.
Harrison & Morton.
44s M Near ' Paxton Hotel....... M.200
22x131 Trackage, Farnam St., near pro
posed nW B. A M. depot.. ......l.200
22x182 Slightly Improved,
40X W-On 12th. near Dodge.,.. U...... .$3,300
HARRISON & MORTON
Bee, March 6, 6, 7. , (!- I
THB PARDEE CO.-
728 N. Y. Life Bldg. '
cept furnace, rents for tzt. Thla la a fine
location ana a nice noma iot anyone, inis
( a hnmin at 1. 100. ftmaJl cash navment.
rest like rent.
Call and get our list or It ecu uargaina
Wa can cleaee you.
' THB PARDEE CO.
L.ANDRCAPE architect E. C Foster,
'phone Doug. 7s7, 6iv raxtnn mir. -
. (U))-U041 MB
Btrr from owner and aave commleslon
f-room, new, modern cottage,, no. h. lTtn.
. . .i . ..us wieu as
FARM AHR RANCM.VANPB. FOB BALE
CALIFORNIA RANCHES F6B 8AX.
' A ISJlOO-acre stock and grain ranch, mid
way between San Franoiaoo and 1jO An-
aelea on tha Coast R. K. Wher the sun
never bums and the -winters never Mast,
Mostly rolling land with several thousand
acres on the Batralla river eultabla for
to tne acre; Denaes ins river nre are
many flowing springe; water Tlped to all
M o( buUdlagi., the land
jiivwa vivo- "vu, aww ii v sxw
n AA KeetaxAi Anil fsA kggi of hnr
of esttla 40' horses and. 80 head at boss.
Buildings and fences alone cost tfAOOO. The
lnoome la now 621,000 a year and can be
easily doubled by good management.
This la a good colonising -proposition and
can be made to pay big returns.
. To close an estate we offer this property
at $8.00 per acrs. Including tha stock. Good
terms can be -arranged.
we have other good properties, city and
oountry, to exchanger . v.
For Information address : H
ROBERT MJTCliBLL CO. "
606-616 Collins Bldg. 81 W. Id Bt
Loa Angeles; Cad.
. , . (80) M544
BOX BUTTE- county, Nebraska CtO aerea,
finest soli In the county, - LI miles north
east of Alliance: 110 oer acre, half cash.
Cuming County, Nebraska 180 acres, six
miles southwest of Wlanerr 826 .per acre;
. half cash, balance 6 yeasa. 6 ser ' cent.
Box 722. West Point, Neb. . ()-608 6x
ONE MILLION ACRES ROSEBUD LAND
SOON tq be opened in Tripp county, South
Dakota: hew and authentic map fust out.
plica, 60 cents, postpaid. Fred Relch-
. mann, BonesteeU B. U. ' (20) MJi 18
DALHARTJ. 'TEXAS ' the" nub of, a 'million
acres of the choicest land 1n the . pan
handle. Come with us on March 4th.
Join our special cars either at Omaha,
'Neb.; ClArion, la.: .Waterloo, la. I Cedar
Kapiaa, trymoutn. ina., or riioom
.Ingtoo, JU. See, local ageAta W. P.
SJaah , Land Co.. ' Waterloo, la. "
- ' Q0)-116 Mar
WYOMING . IRRIGATED .' LAND Valleq
land tit to' tJ per acre.' -Also' Irrigation
project for Investment. Address Box H,
Thermopolls. Wyo. .- (20)-M538 tx
,HIseeMaeo. , 4,. v
i " vJ.I.: Jim if.i f.
1,SQ ACRES of fine aoll.rMO ecree of tim
ber. Hvlng water per acre; a forced
700-ACRE stork Tranch-forflu1t1l sAle,' M
per acre, cash.- , .1 i . . 1
B. HAWVER, ..' .. ,
1814 Emmet St.. Omaha - - (20) 482
WB WANT at once 60-live veal estate men
to help us dispose of 100.au acres or -tne
choicest agricultural lands near Dalhart,
Tex., only three to ten mllee from town.
Special Inducemeats to- live. Teal estate
men. Write or wire us at once. W. P.
Boesh Land Co.,' Waaeiioo. la. -
(2m in Mart
REAL ESTATE FORi RENT
Farsa aad Rssek Latad.
FOR RENT-d-acre tract of land In Ben
son (without house), suitable for garden
ing or raising potatoes. Will rent till
January 1, 1B. for $26 If taken Immedi
ately.' Address 838. ears Bee.
- (21 48 X-
REAL ESTATE LOANS
UNION LOAN & INVT C0n
n QuO.Qno TO LOAN on - business and real
dance oroDerty In Omaha; lowest rates:
no delay. Thomas Brennan. Room 1, N. !
Y. Life. - ' ()-
LOWEST RATES Bemla. Paxton Block
SI BF.H BUILDING
LOANS MONEX ON RICAX. ESTATE.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment On.
OA it VI N BROS.. 1604 Farriers,; 6 and 6H
6rr ceat Wa a real -ee.au; ao dejay.
LOWEST . RATES-; Be qi la, Paaln Block.
$t00,W0 TO LOAN on-bdslness' and real
dence property In tunaha. Ipwest rai-e;
"bo delay. Thonas Brejinan, H. 1. N, Y.
WANTED City loans and wa rants W.
Farnaia Siuua A Cv., Ui Farnam St
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved City property. W. H.
Thomaa, sue First Natlonej Bin rung.
WANTED City toane. R. C. Peters rv.,
PR1VATH MONEY F. D. Weed. l!KTj Doug.'
BtILXINO loans on resident- property;
per cent. W. B. Metkle, Ramge Hlk.
WHEN you have 4dle money call or write
ana ten ue now mucn you nave mat you
would like to loan- on first-class real ea
tate mortgaa-ee and we will procure bor
rower. Hastings A Heyden, 1704 Farnam
St. (22) M6A4
WANTED TO BUY
WANT to buy one or two sections In
western Nen. i prsier uneyenne, Kim
ball or Banner county. Give section,
township and range, also price. In first
letter. Address E 811, care Bee.
( M190 7
CASH paid for old booka Crane-Foye Co.,
a li.k 'Dknn. rinlltfl,, 1 if I
WANTED to buy
era all makes. xilA N. 16th Kt.. nat s.
' (2R)-SW MO
TYPEWRITERS We pay the highest cash
price for typewriters, tan at once or
Tali Doug. 6477, Kendls, Paxton Work.
WANTED A l.jno-pound horse, a good
looker, sound and young, ensg. k. nates,
lul Bee Bldg. 'Phone Harney H4.
WANTED TO BOY A thoroughbred Irish
'Water ananiel; send photo and pedigree;
young male preferred. Address Y-2S1,
care Bee. , ut) mom ui
WANTED TO RENT
TOTjJva lady wants room mate. 206 South
28th Ave. . (28) 618 fx
WANTED A four, to six-room modern flat
In desirable location, at once. Address
K-292, Bee. (26) M568 8x
WANTED By traveling man and wife,
room in modern house, with board In
house or near; Kanscom Park vicinity
S referred; references exchanged. Ad
ress I 281, Bee. (Mr-MM4 12x
DAY WOMEN furnished free of charge.
Telephone Douglas llli. (27) Mh00
WANTED A good special line to
line to sell
on commission In Nebraska and Colorado;
had long-time experience and been suc
cessful. Room 26,. Boh lit I Hotel, Omaha;
In room eveninga until March 8.
UNIVERSITY man, with I years' experi
ence as manager of grain, coal and live
stock business, wanta good paying posi
tion, has small oapitnl; will Invest If re
quired. Address H 786, Bee.
(27) 281 8X
GOOD bread and pie baker wanta a situa
tion. Address P. Hlllmuth, 468 Oakland,
la. (27)-2W 8x
POSITION ' WANTED As manager or
clerk; 12 yeara' experience In general de
partment stores; best of references. Ad
dress Y 2U, care Bee. (27 4'4 fx
WANTED Position as clerk or manager
of general store; Nebraska- preferred;
married man; 12 years' experience;
apeak German and American; capable of
running store;, good reference. Address
Y 3U, care of Omaha Dally Bee.
f!7 M548 8x
WANTED Young lady, age . wanting
employment at doctors' or dentists' office.
Address R. M. N., South Omaha. Bee
office. : (27)-M50 I
WANTED Situation as engineer or flre
man. Address 1211 0. 10th. (27) 633 6
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha. Nebraska, March X 1907; Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received here
and by Quartermasters at tha poets named
herein, until 10 a. m., central standard time,
April 1, 1W7. for furnishing wood, coal and
charcoal, during the fiscal year ending June
80, 1808, at Omaua Q. M. Depot, Forts Crook,
Omaha and . Robinson, Nebraska; Forts
Leavenworth and Riley, Kansas; Forts D.
A. Russell and Mackensle, Wyoming; Port
Dea Moines. Iowa and Fort Meade. South
Dakota Probosala for delivery at other
places will be entertained. United SLatea re
serves rlht to reject or accent any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Information
furnished on application here, or to Quar
termasters at the stations named. Envel
opes oontalnlna crODoeals should be marked
"Proposals for Fuel," and addressed to
Major THOMAS CRUSE, C. Q M.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICBJ
Omaha, Neb., March 1, 19U7. Sealed pro
posals, in triplicate-, will be received here
and by the Quartermaster at the posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stand
ard time. Anril 1. 1907. for furnishinx -mln
eral oil during the fiscal year ending June
80, 1908, at Fort Robinson, Nebraska; Fort
Dee Moines, Iowa; Fort Leavenworth. Kansas-
Fort Mackensle, Wyoming, and Fort
Maade. South Dakota. 'Proposals for de
livery at other than the above named sta
tions will not be entertained. The United
States reserves right to reject or accept
any or all proposals or any part thereof.
Information rurnisnea on application nere.
or to Quartermaster at the stations named.
Envelopes containing proposals tnouid be
marked "Proposals for Mineral Oil," and
addreseed to Major THOMAS CRUSE. C.
Q. M. M1-4-8-8-29-86
All Deraone havlna claima (other than
toss claims upon policies of insurance)
against German National Insurance Com
pany or Chicago, illlaols, are hereby noti
fied that by an order entered by the cir
cuit court of Cook county, Illinois, on
January 1L A. D. 1907, all claima against
said Insurance company (oth'r than losa
claims upon policies of Insurance) roust be
filed with the undersigned In Chicago,
Illinois, under oath In the forms prescribed
by said court within six () months from
said January 11. 1907, and that all such
claims not so filed will be disallowed and
forever barred from participating In the
distribution of the assets of said Oerman
National Insurance Company.
STATE BANK OP CHICAGO, '
Receiver of German National Insurance
, Company . of Chicago, Illlnola
JUDAH, WILIAKD A WOLF.
Solicitors tor Receiver.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
South Platte Land company will be held
at the office of said company at Lincoln,
Neb., at 11 o'clock a, sn. on the th day of
March, A. D., 1907. By order of the Board
of Directors. C. H. MORRILL. President;
A- B- MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln, Nsu., February 4, 1907.'
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will be received by the Village
Board of Gibbon, Nebraska, March 28, at 7
p. m. for a system of water works. En
gine and pump are already provldod. For
plana and specifications apply to Thomas
Shaw, Paxton Block, Omaha Neb.
OCBA9J B TEAM SHIPS.
$150 s,XTT.ru.. $1,195
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rSNIPRESS" Lino of the At'.mtlo
ivajto to tAjrr jar . rotra says
The Empress of Britain and Empress of
Ireland make the voyage from Quebeo to
Liverpool In six daya, two being apent on
tne majestio Bt. Lawrence.
Book now for summer sailings. ; - :
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ensoi, waioago, au.
ENGINEER INSPECTS GORGE
Re Danger at Veraetllea Taless High
' Water Comes, as Channel
VERMILION. B. X., March 8. (Special
Telegram.) Accompanied ' by competent
guides Engineer ' W. B. DeWitt . crossed
the Ice gorge today.
He finds the gorge 'still solid as rock on
top, bu the water Is sating Its . way
through below, and . he says no further
damage . will follow: unless high water
comes,' as the present opening takes care
of the water now running. -
' He will give no Information regarding his
few of relief, through blasting powder or
dynamite, as his report must go to Qov
ernment Engineer ' Qulnn at Sioux City,
Mr. DeWitt will look- into river conditions
at the head of, the gorge this' afternoon.
The warm weather is affecting th gorge,
but It wilt take several weeks of the
present temperature to loosen It.
RAILROAD KXTEIISIOS AT HERRICM
Contraetors, .- Surveyors aad Chle
Enalaeer Leave Gregory Oooaty.
HERRICK, S. D., March 6. (Special.)
The original oontractora on the Boneeteel
extension, through Herrick to Gregory,
passed - through Herrick tonight with
force of men to, collect their horses and
grading outfit, and will ship them from
Herrick to Norfolk; and thence to Wyoming
where aq extension is being built.
Peterson A Peterson, who were two of
the heaviest oontractora, are shipping their
outfit today.' The exodus of the outfits
here, Including 400 horses, which have been
wintered here, indicates that the Chicago
A Northwestern--will not " be extended
farther than Gregory ncr across Tripp
county, and that Gregory will be the ter
minus for the opening Instead of Dallas, and
that Gregory, Herrick' and Boneateel wfll
be made -regletratlua points. . . .
Burke may be made the seat of the new
land offloa, Before the removal of the con
tractors it was expected that the line would
be extended at. least to Dallas. It la now
expected that the proclamation of the pres
ident will be made' soon, opening for set
tlement the finest arctlm of land opened
since the opening of Oklahoma. Immi
grants are dally arriving at Herrick, which
Is tbe terminus of the railroad, and take a
drive of fifteen mllee over Tripp county to
make more sure tbelr chance in the lottery.
Every bouse In Herrick and Oregory la
under lease and the ruth has begun. It Is
estimated that 260.000 persons will register,
and 800.000 aares will be disposed of at $8
per acre. ' ,
If you have anything to trade advertise
It, In the For Exchange column of Th
Bee Want Ad page.
-Base stall Tea at' for Mexico.
CHI PA OO. March 5. In a special train
deoc-atd with flaga and streamers, the
base ball champions of the world, the Chi
cago team of the American league, left
tlay for the city of Mexico, where the
spring training of the team win commence.
Hansen Tarawa Collins.
SYRACUSE. N. T., March . H. P.. Han
sen of this city Waid Joe Collina of,
Chicago In a wrestling match here tonight,
taking the first and third falls, while Collins
gained the sennnil fait.
TOPEKA CIILUES LEAGUES
F resident O'Neill 8tttg . Agreement Wi
Beached at Buffalo Meet inc.
fAHRtll ACTED FOR SHIVtlY LEAGUE
Western Aaaoelatlea Leader Deales
Aareeasenl Is Reached and That
Ka Decision Had Been v
KANSAS CITY, March t.-Dr. D. M.
Bhlvely, president of the Western associa
tion, returned to Kansas City last night
from Buffalo, where he had been attending
meeting of the board of arbitration nf
the minor leagues. Shlvely ld that a de
cision had not been reached regarding the
disposition of the Topeka club and that the
Interviews given out by Norrla O'Nell, the
president of the Western league, saying
that Topeka had been turned over to that
league, were untrue.
CHICAGO, March 6. President O'Neill of
the Western league today said that the
admission of Topeka Into the Western
league was predicated upon the terms of
the agreement enacted into by him and J.
H. Farrell, secretary of the National as
sociation, who also acted aa a representa
tive of the national board at Buffalo
March 1. The provisions of this agree
ment, aald President O'Neill, have been
carried out by him and by virtue of them
President O'Neill has assumed the territory
of Topeka for the Western league.
Roarke Does Mot Donbt It.
I have had no official advice on the
matter." said President Rourke of Omaha,
-but I think there Is no question the trans
action. If not completed, will be, and that
Topeka will be In the Western league.
It wilt be better for Topeka and all "con
cerned. It will give Dick Cooley a chnnce
to branch out, which he enn never expect
In the Wetsern association. They have
about reached the limit there now."
Mr. Rourke has no misgivings about 15 1.
Joseph making good.
I firmly believe that a practical base
ball man can go Into that town and make a
go of It. I, am aure that with a good team
and management .base ball In St. Joe will
There is a strong sentiment locally that
Dr. Shlveiy'a hand has been forced and
that Is why he. who will be out of the
job, Is so reluctant to make admissions.
Manaa-er Chance and his men will start
nut the 1907 season serenely confident of
another National league pennant and they
will have plenty or company in tneir faun.
With his old stara and additional timber
of good fiber still with him, Chance, some
of the best critics, believe, could not possi
bly slump enough to miss the flag this sea
son. Tne uuos uresmn smu is:
- Pitchers, Moraecal Brown, cnaries w.
11.. fa rl I I .iinirpetin Drval l)vrBll
John Ifelster; catchers, John Kllng, pat
Morsn, Mike Kanoe, J. w. Beaoougn; in
fielders, Frank L. Chance, John J. Evera,
Joseph B. Tinker, Harry Stelnfeldt. Will-
lam Sweeny? outneiaer, jnmes iv Bnecaara,
Jamea F. Blagle, Frank Schulte, Arthur F.
Hofman, M. ri. ursaier, .xsewton j. Ran
dall. Wilfred Osborne.
There Is one knotty little point that
Chance will have to puaxle over, and that
la the Slagle-Hofman controversy for cen
ter field, saya the Record-Herald. Hofman
was the best bet among the cubs during the
world s series when ne neia down center
aM on account of Slasle's Injury, but
whether Chance will keep him permanently
In that position remains to oe seen.
Hofman is a nanay, au-rouna player, who
ran lumo in t any Infield or outfield posi
tion and All all tha requirements of the job.
It isn't quite true that he can piny second
as well 'as Evers or short like Tinker, but
he Is not far oenina tne regulars, and
never falls to plug a hole on -the Infield In
satisfactory stylei ..For that reason Chance
may not want to give Hofman a regular
job, where he would be out of reach aa a
The Record-Herald, after reviewing the
eneral situation and showing that, on the
'ace ef returns, the rival teams have no
chance In the winning, concludes:
In one respect tne cuds were mitthty
lucky last season. That was In keeping
their best men in tne game, inn games
won were not scratchea by any meana
Luck dldn t any more than break even in
that respect, but Chance waa lucky to have
his stars In the game with him practically
ail of tne time. .
"Not once In the last six seasons have
Chance and Stelnfeldt. been In so many
games as they were last -year. Chance has
always been an unlucky player In the mat
ter of injuries, but he escaped all serious
accidents last season, and ao did Steln
feldt. for yeara leading member of the hos
pital list of the Cincinnati team.
"Then, again, Johnny Evers never missed
a game on the achedufe. He never did thnt
before, and may never again. Schulte and
Bheckard were fit all the time, and when
Bmgle hurt himself Hofman Jumped in
and played phenomenal ball. Of course,
the catchers got a split nnger. every so
often, but one of them was ready all lbs
"When one looks at the actual fia-ures of
last year's National league race It Is next
to lmoosslble to see how the Cubs could
slump enough In one year to lose the 19u7
pennant. When It la remembered that 1 111
cago led In battlrrg. In fielding, in sacrifice
hitting, and lost the stolen base honors by
only six stolen sacks, led In errorless
gemes and In shutouts. It would seem that
the team couldn't help but repeat Its per
formance of last year."
While many hunters Journeyed to the
Platte as It touchea the Union Pacific
railroad, they overlooked a good thing right
at home. One man from one blind at Cut.
Off lake Monday killed thirty-seven ducks
and sixteen of these were canvasbacks.
A large number of people went from
Omaha to different towns along the Platte
Sunday, but without great waders w?re
unable to do much, because the Water of
the Platte is over three feet deep. The
water Is going down and the hunters have
high hopea of having some fine shooting In
a few daya Reports are there weie never
more ducks than there are this spring, as
they fly In such flocks as to almost obscure
BT. LOUS TEAMS OFF FOR TEXAS
Americans Will Train at Ban Antoalo
and Nationals at Honstoa. ,
ST. LOUIS, March 6 The local
American base ball team departed for San
Antonio, Tex., tonight, and the- National
leaguera departed fur Houston within a
half hour of each other, for the condi
tioning preparatory to the opening of the
The only man of importance aa- yet un
signed by either team Is George Stone,
champion batsman of the American league.
A difference in the salary offered and asked
keeps Stone at his home In Nebraska.
Before departing the teama arranged for
pre-season Inter-league series for the cham
uionabio of St. Louis to consist of Sf-v.n
gamej. beginning In the American league
park March lu. (
Tah-or Defeats Tarklo.
TABOR. Ia., March 6 (Special.) In a
lively basket ball gams played here last
night Tabor college won the first half by
18 to Tarklo's 11. At the close of the sec
ond half Tabor bad 43 and Tarkio ocillea-e
28. Numerous fouls were called on both
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sides, who landed the ball In the basket
frequently on the free throws.
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Cudahya won two games from the
O. D. K.'s at the Association alleys lost
nls-ht. The first van a tie on actual rlns
and In the second the handicap was not
needed. The cigar men went after the last
and took It In a walk. OJordo win high on
totals with 804 and H. D. Reed had the
top single gAme with 224. Tonight three of
the St. Ixilus teams will
roll a practice
O. D. K.
1. 2. 8. Total.
Neale 1X1 1S4 209 M4
Chandler 1S2 14 214 6f0
Mnlyneaux i 154 81 49
OJerde 190 197 217 4
8prague 10 179 189 648
Totals 937 878 870 , 2,7
1. 2. 8 Total.
A. C. Reed 217 170 153 540
Taylor ...158 1X0 128 473
White ; 19 1M 10 45
Oreenleaf 172 1W 179 6r7
H. D. Reed 224 2o4 158 5XS
Handicap 62 2 62 186
Totals 999 98 ' 860 2,817
The Life Malts won two games from the
Omaha Bicycle Company last night on the
Metropolitan basement alleys. McK-lvey
had high single game with 211, Shants had
high three games with ix0. Tonight Ben
Hull's Colts will play Jettcrs Gold Tops.
OMAHA BICYCLE COMPANY.
.... 1. 2. 3 Total.
Judy 199 J73 159 6X1
Oilhreath 176 I'M) 135 471
Shants M7 110 1K3 5H0
Board ISO lt 154 &A3
Keyt .....136 161 163 469
Totals ...it.7 873 794
1. 2. 8. Total.
Waleni 177 156 10 43
Sutton 200 . 175 121 49(1
McKelvey HM 153 211 50
D. Ruab 143 H3 1G2 408
Seaman 1X3 116 lul 40
Totals ...J ! 763 KB J.4K7
The Armours won two games from the
El Caudillos last night on the Metropolitan
alleys. Hill Hlnricha had high single game
with 185, nlso high totals with w8. The
Armours are now tied with the Black Kata
for seventh place. Score:
- 1. 2. 8. Total.
HlnrlChs ...'......., .....185 158
Traynor ,.'.146 1X0
LI Hung Chang... MO ino
, V- 178 " 1?S
..f.....74& 817 786 2,351
Tonight, the Colts vs. Gold Tops.
GARDKEH WINS FROM COS K I.I
Amateur Billiard Champion Defeats
Chicago Man by One Point.
NfcW TORK, March 6. Edward Gardner
Of Passaic, I J., the holder of the title,
won the second game In the series for the
amateur championship at 14-2 balk line
billiards from Charles F. Conklln of Chi
cago by one point. The game was hard
fought to the finish, occupying three hours
and twenty-two minutes. Score, afternoon
Gardner-2, l, l, 20, 7, 17, 2, , 6, 48, 0, 0, 1.
t 9, 2, 1, 18. , 55. 8. 7. 0, 2, 15, 1. 1. 0, 2. 10,
1, 0, 0. l 0. 0. 7. 4, 5, 2. 3. 0, 0, 6, 7300; av
erage, 8 24-46; high run, 65. - -
Conklln-10, 3. 7, 0, 1. 7. 7, 0, 8, 11, 0, , 1, 18,
0, 2, 2. 1, 0, 1, 1ft, 2. 0. 34, 0, 15, 0, 0, 6, 1, 0, 4,
0, 0. 2, 39, 6. 0. 18, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0. 17 iirtl; av
erage, 6 20-45; high run, 61.
Ferdinand Poggenburg of the Lleder
krans club, and formerly national billiard
champion, and Dr. Leonldaa L. Mlal of
New York met In the evening game. Mlal
won the bank and made 10 in his tirst
Inning.- Poggenburg, by close play, got 17,
slipping up on a short draw to a corner.
In the eighth inning Mlal nursed the Ivories
skilfully and ran -up 60, the best so far In
Mlal passed the 200th mark In the seven
teenth after having made 15 against Pog
genburg's four In the sixteenth Inning.
Mlal ran the game out in the twenty-third
with an unfinished run of 31. The score:
Mlal, 300; Poggenburg, 200. Detailed score
of tonight's game:
Mlal-10. 0. T. 4, 8. 2, 0. 69, 3. 72. 0, 2. 0. 8. 0.
17, 10, 0, 18, 1, 23. 29, 31-JU). Average, 13 1-23.
Poggenburg 17, 6, 29, 8, 0. 0. 9, 8, 0, 26, 15,
2. 84, 0. 0. 4. t. 1. 0. 24. 4. 22 2u0. Average.
WESTERS .GOI.KKHS IN BFSSIOS
Amatenr Championship . Contest la
Awarded to Homewood Clnb.
CHICAGO. March 6.-The Western Golf
association held Its annual meeting here
today and awarded the various tourna
ment and elected officers. The Home
wood Country club secured the western
amateur championship and the contest for
the Marshall Field trophy. The western
open championship went to Hinsdale.
The dates were left open, to be decided
later by the directors.
It was decided to amend the constitution
of the association so that future annual
meetings will be held on tbe third Satur
day Id January each year.
Ryan and Kelly Matched.
SYRACUSE, N. Y., March 5.-Tommy
Ryan, who last night f wight Hugo Kelly
at Rochester, aald today that he would ac
cept Sie offer c( the Tonopah Athletic club
to tight Jo Gans for a purse of 130,000 on
Ibor day and will go Into training as
soon ss the articles are signed.
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FARMER BURNS THE WINNER
i ecu res Two Out of Three Falli from Parr,
I English Csanipion.
LATTER THE AGGRESSOR AT THE START
Parr Shows More Speed nad Greater
Strenath bnt the Foxy Farmer
Tires Him Oat and Lands
Last Two Falls.
Farmer Burns of Fig Rock, la., champloa
middleweight wrestler of the United States,
won from Jim Parr, champion of England,
In catch-as-catch-can wrestling at " the
Auditorium Tuesday night. Burns winning
two out of three fail. While many had
expected the Farmer to win there were few
at the Auditorium last night who thought
he could throw the Englishman after the
end of the first fall. Parr seemed to ba
the more active of the two arid also to
have .the most strength, but . those mora
familiar with the game could see the
Farmer waa playing on the defensive apd
letting the , Englishman do most of tha
work that he might tire out and thus give
the Farmer the advantage as the bout
progressed. . -. .
Parr won the first foil tn twenty-one
minutes and from the speed he displayed
and the greut strength -of neck he showed
there , were" few1 of the 1.500 present who
thought for a minute t,he Farmer would
have any chance to throw him. But those
who had seen the Farmer wrestle before
knew that he was simply .laying off and
letting the Englishman wear himself out
while he took the defensive.' The fall made
by Parr came as a 'surprise to Burna, who
waa put down so quick fe knew how It
was done. Parr was back of. the Farmer
on the mat .When, trlth a quick move he -lumrjed
uo and caught the Farmer around
the neck with a leg hold and by the use
of hU legs alone pulled Burns to a' position
where- he could force his shoulders to tha
mat. , . ,' ',' ' , .
Purr Is Ronsh.
.They sparred at the beginning for an ad
vantage, which Parr waa first to get- and
Immediately took the offensive. He ' waa
mllclr n Itiah nn A fhtt' rrnw anflfl saw .
that Burns hod a game on his hands. Parr
aoon had the crowd against ilm by his
rough tactics, which many,, did not seem
to realise were permitted 'by the rules of
the game. They roasted him on the head
holds "he Insisted upon getting on the
Farmer, who Is always a great ffivorTTe
with an Omaha crowd. Parr waa so strong
at the start he was able to break full Nel- '
sons which the Farmer would fasten upon
him and seemed m,ore active and. stronger
than Burna. Burns got away from a hard
half Nelson In the first 'fall' as did also
Parr, but Burns finally succumbed to the
scissors hold which Parr fastened upon
him with his legs. . The first, fall took
twenty-one minutes. ,
Burns tpok the aggressive aa soon as
time was called for the second fall and
aoon had Parr at a disadvantage from a
crotch hold, but Parr got away.' Parr soon
after squirmed away from a half Nelson..
Burns kept on the offensive and tried con
tinually for a crotch hold but finally got a
toe hold which be combined with a half
Nelson and twisted the Englishman to tha
mat in thirteen minutes. , .
Ensrllshman Visibly Tired.
The applause which resounded through
the vast auditorium- when Bums won the
second fall was deafening and. continued
for several minutes. Burna won the third
fall In twenty-four minutes. Parr had vle
Ihly tired and was. not as aggressive as he
was at the start and had lost some of his
steam. He also gat the crowd, down on
him by his roughpess. Burns Immediately
took the aggressive and came within an ace
of getting the aame nold he had won tha
second fall with, -but Parr -broke awey.
Burna alao got a straddle hold, tut Parr
twisted away. Again he. had the English
man all -but down with a half-Nelson, but
twice he got away from that hold. Burna
finally got a half-Nelson, which bent Parr's
head way forward and twisted him to tha
mat In twenty-four rplnutes from the start
of the last fall.
The winner was challenged by Frank
Gotch, who Is the champion of America.
Pete Loch refereed In his usually satisfac
The preliminaries 'consisted,' of a fifteen
minute exhibition between Gray and Johan
son of Omaha, which reaulted In no fall;
a fifteen minute exhibition' between Miller
of Des Moines and Billings of Omaha,
which the latter won In the last half min
ute of the ' time, and an exhibition by
Raymond and Charles Burns, the 11 and
13-year-old sons of the farmer, ' '
Tha - Pete Loch quartet furnished the
music by singing selections during the in
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