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    THE OMAHA' DAILY REE: THURSDAY. Armi, lb. lyus.
i jtv
Knr S3.2 N. 25th SI., n. w R
room houae, hard oil flnliih.
with hot watrr heat, two man
tle! and grates, electric light,
everything right up to date:
lite VmS, harn, half block
from car. This la an Ideal
iioma. Tcrma, 11,400 cash and
balance monthly.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Main Door, N. T. Ufa Bldg.
(19) va 14
tlVA 14-roonl. 2-department frame lat. 2
Stories and bafwrnrit. rented at HO per
month; hot water heat; lame lot, oru 2Sth
pear fjrare Bt. A splendid InveRtment.
1 2.1 no A dnndjr modorn fc-room cottage at
tfd and Manderson; lot 57x124 feet; fruit;
barn. A snap.
IJ.KOfV New -room modern cottage at 2th
and Rpeneer Bis.; ready for occupancy May
15; fine neighborhood; close to school and
U.ion Beautiful 6-room modern cottage on
Ppauldlng fit.; paving paid; a lovely home
clone to 24th St.
13.000 g-room Bpauldlng St. home; maple
floors above and below; paving paid; houae
would coat thla to build.
"Phone Web. 105 and Web. 3709.
(191-M463 13
' Hrand new -room, all modern house,
In IVl Farnam dlntrlct. Hot water heat;
Tlrat Floor N. Y. U Bldg.
Tela. Douglas 1781, A11W.
(19) 413 15
4643 Farnam Street.
We have a 9-room house on
ti e nOtith side of Farnam, Just
-tit of 481 h. The houso needs
rnintlng. hut the lot la a very
e-nd one, and the house Is In
fairly good condition inside.
I'llre tl.SSH.
Mo Hoard of Trade Bldg.
'I'hor.e Dotiglns 218X
(1) 4M IS
Pest quarter section In Perkins county,
Neb.; N. W. section IS. range t. town
ship 3f; without Improvements; 5 miles
from railroad town; good loam, no Band.
, Price, m per acre; one-half cash, bal
ance 1' year at 7 per cent. Will exchange
for span of in una or stock cuttle.
635 N. Y. Ute.
(l")-405 19
Will buy a nice 5-room cottage
In splendid repair, with good
l ain, fine shade, near Harney
car line. Come In and let us
dhow you this property.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Sola Agents.
Main Floor, N. V. Life Bldg.
(191461 It
3 ' t ... - . m act
LIST your property with CSrls Boyer. Kd
and Cuming Sts. (19) 861
7 rooms, all good aixe, new furnace, hard
pine woodwork, large porch, excellent
plumbing, gas and elegant fixtures, houtie
well papered, lot south front, SOxlRO,
nodded and terraced, a number of bearing
fruit trees, five blocks from car. but tho
prhie, -only $2,200. Juwt think of It. Here's
a snap if a anap means an excellent homo
at about 60 per cent of It true value.
911 N. Y. Life Bldg.
119 M482 16
Truck Patch
Seven and one-half acres one mile west
of Henson and near paved Military road.
l,35n; S50 cash.
First Floor N. Y. L Bldg.
Tela. Douglas 17, AllMl.
(1) 412 IS
Prompt service. (let our prices. 1710
Farnam. Ki9 S64
$450 AND $500
We still have aeversl choice lots on Vin
ton and Spring atreets. between 29th and
82d Bt., that we can sell from $450 to two
that are from one-half to three blocks from
the Ejd Ki. car line and paved street; will
make eay terms. These are the beat bar
gains In the south part of the city.
HA8T1NC3 at IICYDEX, 1704 Farnam St
U9J 410 15
NEW location. Benjamin R. E. Co., 47"
lirandels Bldg. Both 'phones. (li 637
1 WANT an offer on the property, 112$ and
lM 8. 31st St.; two modern houses and
uood barn; Well rented. This property is
ned by an eastern party who must sell.
r:ooin 1, New York Lit Uldg.
1 110-861
FOR SALE 8TO. acres, good Colo. soil.
Aidreaa owner, 1211 bill 8t., Oreelev. Colo.
t20-iIJS 21x
" " laws.
And Iowa farms are aound Investments.
4i acres hlshly improved, fertile, level
land near IVa Moines. An Ideal farm with
every convenience. Cash rent. Price,
fco.Ooii. Terras. $& per acre. Cheaper than
adjoining farms. Write us.
148 Bee Building. Omaha. Neb.
(JO) M392 1$
Splendid, all tillable 16) acres, close to
F.I Dorado. Kan., Hie great corn and al
falfa center. Ow ner inluhl consider income
property in Oinuha.
'Phone Duug. 1. 4J8 Bee Hldg.
(20)-J71 li
Narth Dkta.
On tha new C. M. fit. P. Coast Railway.
through Adams county. North Dakota,
which U . attracting linickera to aa
. unexcelled larnilua- country. Sunabine
fie ooal. pur water, aur crop, a hum
and profitable occupation for you. Land
tut $10 to $a au acr row. Easy terms.
V hav homestead reilnquiahmeuts (or
sale, bmi V ra. H. Bruwn Co., Haynes
or Molt. North Dakota, or 131 LaSall fct
Chicago. 1IL Map (n Mention tiiii
tap. Or writ our Mxndan, North Da
oia, offic. t2u Mmm
1 ?1 n,,n advertisers, remember
It takes but an extra atroke or two of
tii pen o mention th fact that you
' m the ad lo Th Be.
.orh l)aka..t oatlaaed.
BCT of owner and save commission; 130
aerea hlixlily improved farm, all under
fence, adjoining station In southern
North Dakota. For particulars, address
Box 2, Lllandale, N. D.
()-M990 17x
We can sell you land for from $12 to $1J
per acre, every font of which can be plowed,
and which will produce more than $20 per
acre In wheat In one year, besides the In
crease In value of the land. If you ar
looking for a good Investment, see
411 Bee Bldg.
, (20)-87 1
SARPY county farm of 240 acres. 7 miles
anuthwest of Fort C'ook. Neb.; no better
land lays outdoors; Iks under cultivation.
4i acres In pasture, fine orchard, 4-room
house, large barn fcwlth haymow, wind
mill tank, all ncessary outbuildings.
Price, $M per acre; terms, psrt cash, bal
ance will carry back on place In first
mortgage at B per cent for term of vears.
922 N. Y. Life Bid?
Red 659 PHONES Independent A2fiM.
(30) 461 18
oath Dakota.
C40-ACRE improved farm. Brown county.
South Dakota, $25.00 per acre. Two
smaller farms at bargain prices. Sev
eral quartera unimproved iand. All fins
Investments and nlil stand rlont in
spection. Cash or terms. Box s28. Aber
deen, S. D. (20) M91& Ml
EOMB choice farm a In eastern South Da
kota for sale or exchange. Easy termer
H. J. Hicks, Big Stone City, 8. D.
(20) M4U4 Mix
M laeellasMoaa.
WESTERN LAND, large and small tract;
sal and exchange. National Invt. Co,
H2 Brandels Bldg. (20) (64
WANTED Readers of my booklet, "Land
Values," full of good Information for all
land buyers. Free for the asking. Ad
dress Wm. J. Mundt, Pierre, s. D.
Dept. A. (jn) S9 20
$100 TO $10,WJ0 made promptly, f, D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam. (22) 870
MONEY TO LOAN On Improved city prop
erty; building loans a specialty: no delay.
W. H. Thomas, Hit 1st Nat l Bk. Bldg.
(22)-M741 All
LOANS on Improved Omaha property
O Keef R. B. Co, 1001 N. Y. Life Bids.
' wm
LOWEST RATES Bemla, Paxton Block.
(22) 871
NO DELAY. J. H. M1THEN. 202-1 18T
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4t Co., 1320 Farnam St
; (22)-&Sj
frH PER CENT money to loan on eastern
Nebraska farms and geod business prop
erty In Omaha.
$09 First National Bank Building. Tel,
phone Douglas 722.
WANTED City loans.
Petera Truat Co.
MONEY to lean on Improved city property.
Hastings Heyden. 1704 Farnam St.
U2) 7t
MONEY TO LOAN Fayne Investment Co.
(22) 87$
WANTED To buy secondhand furnlturs,
cook and heating stoves, carpets, lino
leums, office furniture, old clothes, quilts
and all kinds of tools, or will buy th
furniture of your houue complete. Th
highest price paid. Call the rUtht man.
Tela,- Douglas 3071, Independent A-3971. -
BEST price paid for 2dhand furniture, car
. pets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Red 6401.
(26) M87
WANTED TO KENT Farm, from illW to
400 acres, good corn land, with good
buildings, in eastern Nebraska or western
Iowa, between 81oux City and Omaha;
near a town in good settlement; la willing
to pay cash for stock, crops In ground
and rent. Send all information to J. C.
Hansen, St. F. Route 2, Minneapolis,
Minn. () M1M9 16x
WANTED Two or three furnished rooms,
and board, by lady, and two children aged
12 and IS years. Address M 200. Bee.
(2U) M47S
BUSINESS woman desires neat, well fur
nished room In plear.anit location. Address,
stating price. Anna C. Moore, General De
livery, Omaha. (2) Mi8 16x
Kenwood Realty Co., to Levi Curtis,
lots 2k. 290, 291, Kenwood addition.. $ 15o
Margaret E. Young to Richmond An
derson, lota 11, 12, 13, 14, block 6;
lots 1 and 2, block 19, West End ad
dition, and other lots 1
Richmond Anderson to Kraut us
Young, same i
Iwrence Plk to Ella Scott, lot 10,
block 3, Liplon place 200
Mary J. Koutsky and husband to
Axe Bergqulst, lots 1 and 2, block
Maxwell's Second addition 4u0
County treasurer to tlertrude B.
Gamble, lot 23, block 6. Mayne'a ad
dirion Saundera County National bank to
Gertrude liamble, lot 24, block 6,
Mayne'a addition 5
County treasurer to D. C. Patterson,
trustee, north 125 feet of lot 3, block
2H. West Omaha
Same to John L. Buldlng, part lot 12,
Barker's allotment
Robert K. Landeryou and wife to
Warren 8. Frank, lot 15, Wright
P'ee 1,600
John II. and Eliza J. Dunn to Dean
8. Efner, lot , block "H" Lowe's
addition 1
County treasurer to George Vraden
burg. lot , block 6, Comer addition
S. Wakely to Fanny D. Wakeley,
lot 4. block 1, Omaha 3.0M
Highland Realty Co., to F. J. Preno
all. lot 2, block 8, Van Camp s td
dltlon 175
D. O. Clark to James E. Cox, lot i.
block S, Plainvlew addition (50
H. A. Kuester and wife to 8. J. Swan
eon, lot 18, block 17. Bedford place.. 1,800
George W. Mason and wife to V. D.
Glen, lota 7 and s. block 47, South
Omaha j
Uarah Melster and husband to Anna
Gamble Savldge, part lot 17, and all
lot IS, block 1. Avondale park 5,000
Elizabeth Kountia Real Estate Co., to
Taylor F. Day, lot 12, block 27.
Kountxe place jgq
Hastings A Hoyden to Christian Juhl.
lot . Hastings & Heyden s sub
division jjq
W. A. Hlxenbaugh to Nancy Ppigle",
"t lot 4, block 4. Kountse & Itulh'a
addition j jj j
Peter Lindblad to William Llndblad!
lot 21. block 12, Rosa Hill 1
Hastings ai Heyden to Charles Ross
and wife, lot 4. block . Collier
Place a joo
Orrln E. Stoddard et a I. to F. II
Baher. lot . block "K" Saunders
ft Himebaugh's addition 125
Same to A. J. Segleberg. lot 8. block
'K. Saunders Ac Himehaugh'a IJ5
Katla Oldemann to M. Greer. e Iota
8 and . block 3. Hascall'a sub
division 300
William R. Morand to Emma Mor
and. part lot X block 1, Bogg A
Hilla' Second addition jna
E K. Pralley. sheriff, to E. 8. Flor',
lot 1, Washington Square and other
lots JOJ
Ida G. Hende and husband to Robert
l. Johnston, lot 7, block J. Clifton
HIM 7io
F. U. Veev and wife to F. D. Wead,
lot 1, block 37, Albrieht's t"l-P 1
Paul W. Kuhns and wife to William
J. Norman, part lota and 10, Mock
X. Boyd's addition 1
August ua F. Kountse et al. to Joseph
W. Thomas, lots ( and 7. block 12
Highland plac t. iyx)
' ToU 4 ifMS
Flay Championship Variety of Ball
Atrainst Det Moinei.
In Addition t
(ante I Pat
Tkat, an Errorless
l In the Field
Regan ss Clarke tl
posing- Twlrlers
DE8 MOINES. April 16. Omaha, cham
pions of tho Western league, played like
champions today before a big opening day
crowd In the stamping ground of the
former champions. The youngsters of Des
Moines performed like youngsters. Omaha
bad the class and led from the start..
Two of the premier , pitchers of the
Western league bucked up against each
other day when Ragan went to the slab
for the Champions and Jefferson Clarke
for the Boosters, and Ragan, Just handed
bark to Rourke by Cincinnati, had the
better of the argument. But seven scat
tered hits were made by Des Moines, while
thirteen swats for a total of nineteen bases
adorned the bas-hlt column of the Cham
pions. Omaha started off with two hits, and
after a put out Clarke forced Belden In
with the first run of the season by giving
Householder and Welch bases on balls In
succession. Yeager dropped a bkll and
King dashed In for the second run. Omaha
continued t add runs from time to time
by the aid of hits and errors of the head
by the Des Moines youngsters until the
total swelled to ten.
Fltzpatrlck. the first man to bat for
Des Moines, made a hit, and McLear was
given a base on balls. A hit by Manager
Dexter and two fielders' choices brought
McLear across the plate. Des Moines did
not score again until the fifth, when
Clarke knocked one over the fence. He
came In on a clever bunt by McLear
which was chased by every Inflelder but
the third-baseman. Omaha showed great
form, not an error being made. House
holier made a great Impression by his
playing. For Des Moines, Caldwell made
a great one-hand stab, robbing Oondlng
of a hit. Score:
AB. R. If. O. A. E
Fltzpatrlck. ss 4 0 1 2 2 0
McLear. Jf 3 1 2 0 0 0
McLaughlin, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Dexter, lb 4 0 2 8 ' J 0
Ycager, c 3 0 0 9 1 0
Hopkins, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Mcllland. 2b 4 0 0 1 1 0
Caldwell. 3b 4 0 0 2 0 A
Clarke, p ,.. 3 114 6 1
Totals 33 2 7 27 14 1
AB. R. H. O. A. R.
Belden, rf 8 2 2 0 0 0
King, as 6 1 3 S 1 0
Autrey, lb 6 1 O 9 1 0
Householder, If 4 0 3 3 0 0
Welch, cf 4 0 1 3 0 0
Austin, 3b 4 10 2 10
Franck, 2b 4 2 2 1 8 0
Oondlng, c 5 2 2 8 0 0
Ragan, p 4 1 0 0 3 0
Totals 41 10 13 27 11 0
Des Moines. 1 00010000-2
Omaha 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 3 110
' Earned runs: Des Moines. 1; Omaha, 4.
Two-base hits: Clarke. Dexter. House
holder (2), Welch. Franck, Belden. Bases
on balls: Off Clarke, 3; off Ragan, 2.
Double play: Franck, Autrey to King.
Passed ball: Yeager. Wild pitch: Clarke.
Struck out: By Clarke, 8; by Ragan, $.
Stolen bases: Qondlr.g, King, Austin (2),
Yeager. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Haskell.
Attendance: 2.000.
Pitcher Olmatead Wins Ills Own
Game 1'ltk Three-Baraer.
DENVER. April 16. The base ball season
opened In Denver with the usual parade
In the morning and a slow game In the
afternoon. Both pitchers were effective,
but wild, and the hitting was therefore
light. For six Innings Pueblo made not
even a semblance of a hit. Then Craig
beat one to first by a hair and Peterson
brought him In with a single. Two double
plays, one by each team, were the features.
The game was really won In the second
Inning, when Pitcher Olmstead, who was
at tho very bottom of laet year'a batting
averagea, sent a three-base hit between
center and right. The weather was cold,
for the flrat time In weeks. Score:
AB. R. Jf. O. A. E.
Caxsady, If 3 0 0 2 0 0
Waldron, rf 4 2 2 f 0 0
Downey, ss 2 0 1 0 3 1
White, lb 4 0 1 12 0 0
Belden, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Irwin, 3b.. , 4 0 0 1 2 '0
uterhorn, 2b 3 1114 0
Zealuasky, c 3 1 0 7 "0 0
Olmstead, p 8 11 0 3 0
Totals 30 5 8 26 13 1
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Craig, If 6 1 2 0 0 1
Cor hen, as 1 0 0 2 4 2
Patterson, l'b .'..4 0 1 10 2 0
Mbttlck. cf 4 0 14 0 0
Zollinger, rf 3 0 0 2 0 A
Cluncy. 2b 3 0 0 2 4 1
Nelhoff, Jb S 1 0 2 2 O
Smith, c 3 1 12 0 0
Jackson, p 2 0 0 1 0 0
Good 1 0 0 0 0 8
Totals 30 3 26 12: "J
Hatted for Jackson In the ninth.
Patterson out, hit by batted bail.
Dei ver 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 I
Pueblo 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 03
Two-base hit: Waldron. Three-base hit:
Olmstead. Stolen While. Corhan.
Sacrifice hits: I'asstdy, Olancv. First baa
on balls: Off Cassady. (; off Jackson. 4.
Struck out: By Cassady, 6; by Jackson, 2.
lery, riding aud saddle horses Chief
Quartsrmaater'a Office, Omaha, Ne
braska, April 13, 19u. Sealed proposals. In
triplicate, will be received at this office,
unit! 12 o'clock m.. central standard time,
Mry 11 190s, and then opened, In the pres
ence of attending bidders; for 18 Cavalry
Horses, -4 Artillery Horses; 168 Riding
Horses, and 97 Saddle Horses, for deliv
ery at Oniilia. Nebraska, Cheyenne, Wyo.,
or other prominent railroad points. The
animals to conform to specif (cat ions for
cavalry, artillery, riding and saddle
(Kiaes. United Slates reserves right to ac
cept or reject any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Particulars and blanka for
proposals will be furnished on application.
Envelopes containing proposals to be In
dorsed "Proposala for Horses," and ad
dressed to Major D. E. MCCARTHY
Chief Quartermaster.
A13. 14, 16, 16-M 8-11
Omaha. Neb., April 14. 19tig. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, subject to th usual
conditions, will be received her until W a.
m.. central standard time. May 14, 1904, for
furnishing transportation, drayag and for
handling stores in Department of the Mis
souri during year commencing July 1. 19U8.
United Statea reserves right to reject or
accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes containing proposala should
be marked "Proposala for Transiiortatlon
on Route No. ," and addressed to Major
D. E. McCarthy, C. Q. M.
partment of the Interior. Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, March 27, l.
Sealed Proposals, plainly, marked on th
outside or th sealed envelope "Proposals
for Improvements at Crow Agency, Mon
tana." and addressed to th Commissioner
of Indian Affairs. Waahlngton. D. C, will
b received at th Indian Offic until $
oclock p. m. of May . ij. for furnishing
materials and labor for th erection of a
hospital at th Crow Agency. Montana, In
strict accordance with the plana, specifica
tion and Instructions to bidders which may
b examined at this office, tbe office of
th "Iteco'd." Helena, Mont., th "Be,"
Omaha, Neb., th "American Contractor,"
Chicago. III., and the "Improvement Bulle
tin," Minneapolis, Ailrn., th United States
Indian Warehouses at Chicago, 111., bt
Iau1s, Mo., aid Omaha, Neb.; Buildera and
Tradera Exchanges at Bt. Paul, Mmn
Minneapolis, Minn., Omaha, Neb., and at
th agency.
C. V. LARRABEE. Acting Commissioner
Ift on hane: Denver. : ruehlo. 7. Jv,nhle
plsrs: Olmstesd to I-auttrhcrn in While.
Corhan to Clancy to Patterson. F1rt base
on errors: lH-nver, 2; Ptiebln, 1. Time' ''no
t n phe: Davis.
Wlldneaa ( Mnenln Pitcher and F.r
rora Tell Ike lry.
LINCOLN, April 15. Lincoln o-ned the
bsae bsll season with a defeat at the hands
of Sioux City. The score was 4 to 1's wlldnes esrly In the game, with
errors st critical times; gave the visitors
thflr first runs when they should not have
been allowed brvond second base. The
wet ther was cold for ha.e ball, hut a crowd
cf S.0U0 saw the opening and rheercd each
teem impartlslly. Furchner for th fiinux
pitched a strong game and his support was
generally good. Preceding the aame the
two teams paraded the Bt rents with a band
Governor Sheldon, who wss nn Interested
srectntor, pitched the first ball. Score;
n ,, , ab. n. h. o. 'a. n
Davidson, rf 4 O n 0 ft 0
Fox. 2h 4 8 0 1 2ft
Gagnler, ss 401 2 5 0
Per Ion, rf n 1 3 0 0
Thomas, lb s 01, 1 12 1
Red llck. 3b 4 0 0 0 1" n
Pritchett, If 3 1 1 V 0 1
Pulllvan. c 3 0 1 7 2 1
Bcnno, p 8 (1 0 1 8 0
Totals 9) 1 1 27 15 "s
. A"- R- H. O. A. fc.
Campbell, If 4 2 0 2 0 0
Holmes, 3h 4 0 12 10
Andreas, 2b 8113 3 1
Weed, rf 8 1 1 n 0 0
Severeld, lb 3 0 h 0 1
Spencer, cf 4 o 1 0 1 0
Orsnvllle. ss 3 0 0 1 " 0
Htnry. c 4 0 0 8 1 0
Furchner, p 4 0 1 1 5
Totals 32 4 6 27 13 "2
Inroln 0000000101
Fioux City 10100,9020 4
Stolen b:tses: Weed (2), Spencer. Sacri
fice hit: Thomas. Double play; Granville
to Andreas to Severeid. Struck out: By
Bonno, 8: by Furchner. 8. First base on
balls: Off Bonno, 6: off Futchncr, 2. Hit
with pitched ball: By Furchner 1. Passed
hHll: Sullivan. Umpire: Brennan. Time:
1:65. Attendance, 3,000.
Plttsbara Wins From St. I.onls hy
'core of Tkree to One.
ST. LOUIS. April 15,-The Pittsburg Na
tionals today defeated St. Iiuls in the
opening Rama of the season 3 to 1 In ten
Innings. The wiather was cloudy mul raw
tho ground soft and slow and both teams
fielded in poor form. Score:
A H O A R A.H.C.A E.
Moell , rf... 4 1 I 0 irturles. 3b... 6 0 3 2 3
besrh. Sh S 1 1 (iRsrry. rf t 0 0 0 0
Clsrke. If.... 2 1 0 SPeletKnty. It 4 0 0 0
WIIon, cf 4 0 S 0 OKnnet. hy. lb. & tl i 1
Ab'tlehlo, lb. 5 0 2$ OMurray, cf... 4 S 3 0 0
Swirlns. lb.. 5 1 12 0 t Rvrne. m 4 1 1 4 3
srr. M S 14 3 joilbert. 2b..., 4 0 2 0
Olb n. c 3 1 4 2 (IHoatMlrf, e.4 lit I 4
Camnlti, p... 3 10 7 OLush, p . 4 0 0 t 0
Tolili 37 t 3D 14 4 Totals ji 7 30 15
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 23
St. Ixiuls 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Two-base hits: Delehantv, Moeller.
Three-base hit: Delehanty. Sacrifice hlta:
Wilson. Camnitz. Double plavs: Hostettnr
to Byrne, Charles to Konetchy. Left on
bases: St. Ixiuls. 9; Pittsburg, 10. Roses
on balls: Off Lush. 3. Hit by pitched ball:
By Lush, 1; hy Camnitz. 1. Struck out:
B Lush. 7; by Camnitz, 3. Time of came:
2:00. Umpire: Kigler.
Games Postponed.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia-New York
gams postponed; rain.
At New York Brooklyn-Boston game
postponed; rain.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati-Chicago game
postponed; wet grounds.
Indianapolis Wins Opening- Contest
From Kansas City.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., April 15.The
opening game of the season here drew
out a good crowd to see the contest be
tween Kansas City and Indianapolis.
B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.E.
Buh, ss 4 1 1 0 SMurphy. (f.. 4 I 2 0 0
''ook. If 4 1 2 S 1 Hill. If 3 110 0
Hmyden. cf...4 110 1 Reekley, Jb..4 2 10 1 0
Ctrr, lb 4 2 12 0 DDriuhPir, Jb. 4 2 1 2
Davidson, rf. 4 0 0 0 Knurr, 3b... 4 10 10
I.Ilniuon, c. 3 1 4 I (iKrwlii, rf...4 0 0 0 t
Williams, 2b. 3 0 8 8 OCrtws. as 2 0 8 a 0
Hopk. 8b.... 3 4 3 1 OWfwda. aa....0 0 0 0 1
Eubanks, B..2 1 T Mulllvan. C...S 0(20
Swan, p 2 0 1 3 0
Totals 80 8 27 17 2Leahy 1 00
Totals 30 84 12 1
Batted for Sullivan In the ninth.
Indianapolis 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 4
Kansas City 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2
Struck out: By Eubanks, 3; bv Swan
3. Two-bae hits: Carr (2), Hayden,'
Beck ley Brashear. Balk: Kuhankj. Sacl
riricn hits: Brashear, Sullivan. Bases
on balls: Off Hwan, 8; of Eubanks. 2
Time: 1:80. Umpire: Owens.
Brewers Defeat Distillers.
LOUISVILLE. Ky., April K.. Schnel
berg was Invincible In the opening game
of the season at Eclipse park todav and
Milwaukee won. One-hand catches by
Stanley and Sullivan and a stop by Quln
lan were features. Harley's error and a
nffla kv U i . 1 1. ..I.l. . v. .. - . i .
."., win, mi,-n Biuien Daaes,
gave the visitors their runs In the first
Inninff An nv.pfliu, ...., i , . .
o- - - " . 1 u iiuwu wntt'nca i tie
play on a muddy field. Mayor James
Grlmstead pitched the first ball. Kcore:
B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O A
Own. r 3 1 3 0 OSlanley, 10 3 10
J... .v ,, ... . vn.rir,, ri.... a V 1 U 1
Randall, cf... 4 1 4 0 ORulllvan. lb.. 4 0 )4 0 0
'. I 8 4 1 OHurk. 3b 4 0 0 1 s
MrHorm'k. !b 3 1 V t Woodruff. If.. 3 1100
,b 4 1 1 OOulnlsa. as... 4 till
R,)l .la, IK A 1 A ADi.- - T .
- - v . a v ' ril , c
Bkhnelbers. p8 0 0 8 "Pulmann, p.. 8 0 0 3 0
. ToUla 33 I 2t 8 0 Total. 37 4 27 13 8
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 t 1
Milwaukee 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Sacrifice hits: Stanley (3). McCormlck.
Stolen bases: Perrine. Harley. Randal,
Roth. McChesney. Two-base hits: Peila
Woodruff. Bases on balls: Off put
mann. -i; off Schnelberg. 4. Double plays:
Sullivan, unassisted; Qulnlan to Perrine
to Sullivan. Left on bases: Loulaville.
7; Milwaukee. Struck out: Uy Put
matin. 2; by Schnelberg, 3. Hit by pitched
ball: Perrine, Green. Time: 1;3'J; Um
pire: Kegln.
Colombo Defeats St. Paal.
COLUMBUS, O.. April 15.-After the pen
nant won last year was raised amid great
enthuslaam today, tha Columbus champions
defeated Bt. Paul by a score of 6 to 4
The home team bunched hlta In the fourth
Inndng, when St. Paul Inflelders had three
errors. Taylor was hit hard in the eighth
Inning, but a double play put off all chance
to tie the acore. It began to rain I soon
arter the game started and play was stopped
or twenty minutes In the second Inning
President Pulliam of the National league
and Prealdent O'Brien of the American
association were visitors. Score:
COIA'MRl'g. ST. PAll..
B H O A K. B H O A
Jarkaon, If... 4 1 0 nunl-avy, rf. 4 0 0 0
Kruser, cf ... 4 3 3 0 AKIood. ;b 8 1 3 3 I
'"I. Jb 4 1 0B. Meyara, cf I 0 S O
Oonsaltos. rf. 4 1 i wtlcicr. If 4 2 2 0 0
Kibm. Ik 4 lit 1 1J. Meyara. c. 4 1 3 10
Haldy, as 2 12 1 Rowan, lb ... 4 114 01
Wrtilay, Jb.. 4 0 3 8 OTIamyer. 3b . 4 I 0 0 1
fohl. c 3 0 8 0 OMcCutera, aa. 4 t 0 3 1
Aaylor, p 3 1 0 3 OLarov. p 3 J 0 0 0
'Noonaa 1 0 0 0 0
Totala 33 1 27 It 3 "
Total. 3t t 24 13 4
Batted for I-aroy In ninth.
CnlllmhiiB OAAaAAAA--
St. Paul 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0-4
stolen toaaes: Wrlgley, Fohl. Sacrifice
hit: Raldy. Bases on balls: Off Taylor
off Laroy, 1. Two-base hit: Tlemyer'
Double plays: Taylor, Kihm, Raldy to
Frlel; Laroy, Food to Tlemyer. Struck uf
By Taylor. 1; by Iroy. 3, Time: 1:65.'
Lmptres: Hayts and List.
Game Pstpoaed.
At Toledo Minneapolis-Toledo teams
postponed; wet grounds.
American Lragtc Games Postponed.
At Cleveland ClevelamVSt. Louis game
postponed; rain.
At New York New York-Philadelphia
gam postponed: rain.
At Chicago Chicago-Detroit gam post
poned; cold weather.
At Boston Boston-Washington game
postponed; rain.
Bradttaard Crown Reorganised.
The Brodegard Crowns of last year have
reorganised under the same name this year
Many changes have been made in the
lineup and some new playera hava been
added. The captain and manager feels that
he has a much stronger team this year
than last. The Crowns opened ihelr season
laat Sunday by winning a double-header
and despite the fact that many of the boys
hud never met before played a good steady
gam and allowed learn work that la prom
ising for th coming season. H. E. Mitch
ell, captain and manager of the Brsde
gard Crowns, wiuld like to hear from the
amateur teams both In snd out of the
city. Address H. K. Mitchell. 823 South
Twenty-second street. Telephone Douglas
Belle ne ( nahle o Hit th Slannl
lorpi Plteker.
The Bellevue college team was shut out
at Fort Omaha yesterday by the Signal
corps team In a fast and Interesting gRme.
The collegians could dot solve the team
work of the soldiers, nor could thev hit
the soldiers' twlrler. who strin k out six
teen of the pposlng batsmen. On the other
hand, tho soldiers lilt when hits meant
runs and took every advantage In base
running. Score:
B H.O.A T. B It O A.E.
Stokes, Ih.,.3 1 8 1 lPor, If 3 I I) 0
Neppor, aa 3 3 0 0 1 Fowler, rf 4 ft 0 0 0
Sherer. r 4 I 14 t Marvel. Jb...S 0 3 8
Hinder, lb.... 3 8 0 tlaraoa. aa....t t 8
Wella. Sb 1 0 0 I Ohman. p-3b. 3 ft 1 (I 0
lf, rf.,..4 1 ft 0 OC'asnian. r-rf 3 0 4 3 0
Jordan, rf ...4 1 0 OHarman. 8b- p 4 0 8 10
Perklna. If... 3 t S 0 Mohr. lb 3 0 1 0
Cass, p 3 8 15 OSInkart, rf-c. 3 110 0
Total. 29 10 37 8 1 Total 30 2 24 10 0
Signal corps 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 1 07
Bellevue college 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Cass. Nepper. Three
base hits: Wells, Slierrr. Bases op balls:
Off Cass, 1; off Ohmsni, 1. Hit by pitched
hall: Dow. Strider, Perkins. Struck out:
By Css, Ifi; by Ohman. 4. Left on bases:
Signal corps, 4; Bellevue. 6. Rtolen bases:
Strider, 2. Sacrifice hits: Sherer. Cass,
St rider. Time: 1:25. Umpire: Jacobl.
The Lce-OlHSs-Andreesen Originals will
play the Blswal corps at Fort Omaha Sun
day, April 19, at 2:30 p. m.
Spring; Meeting; of the Washlnatnn
Jockey (lob (loses.
WASHINGTON. April 15 -Today br.o;ht
to a close the spring meeting of the Well
ington Jorkey club at Rennlng. Summary:
First race, for maiden 2-year-olds, five
furlongs. Columbia course: Witching Hour
(W. Kalrhrother, 15 to 20) won. Claiborne
(1"7. W. Walker, 6 to 2) second, Black Moso
1107. McCahey, 10 to 1 third. Time: 1:05.
Flatfnot. Footloose, Miss Granville, Harold
A., Frank and Huddy also ran.
Second race, selling. 3-year-olds and up,
seven furlongs, Columbia course: Simple
Honours (106, McCarthy, 9 to 5i won, flervllo
(92, Bergen, 8 to 5) second. Bob Callshnn,
Jr. (92, Fairbrother. to 11 third. Time:
l:2Mf,. Oraculnm, Miss Msrjoile, Trey of
Spades and Lykcrs also ran.
Third race, the Jesse Brown cup. 2-year-olds,
four furlong, old course: Taboo (112,
McFadden. 11 to 20) won, Hswk Wing (110,
Powell, n to 6) second. Al Busch (110,
Brusscl, 4 to 1) third. Time: 0:oli. In
somnia. Sir Cannon, Cheek and Spanish
Price also ran.
Fourth race, steeplechase. 4-year-olds and
up. iihotit two and a half miles: Aiken
(140, llajren. -) won. Runner (142. Huppe,
8 to 1) second, Yams Christy (1M, Hayes,
15 to lii third. Time: 6:07. Essex also ran.
Fifth race, handicap, 3-year-olds nnd up,
seven furlongs: Howard Shen.ii (91, Mc
Cahey, 3 to 1, even and out) won, Poquess
Ing (114, McCarthy, 4 to 1, even and out)
second. Smoker (116, BruHsel, 13 lo ID and
out) third. Time: 1:29. Kcldmoorc also
Sixth race, selling. 3-year-olds and tip,
one mile and h) yards, old course: Iady
Karma (99. Fairbrother. 9 to 5) won. Banker
(llrt, Bruseel, 7 tn 5 second. Peter Knight
(107, McFadden, 7 to 1) third. Time: 1:63.
Brookdale end Venus also ran.
OAKLAND, Cal.. April 15 Suammary :
First race, six furlongs: Governor Orman
(110, Fisher, 3 to 1) won, Thurbet (9S. Lycur
gus, 11 to 2) second, Arthur Hyman (1W,
Goldstein, 8 to l third. Time: 1:13.
Kuinltma. Rone Cherry, Mischief, Eckcrsall
and Azuza also ran.
Second race, four furlongs: Woodlander
(. Wnlsh. 13 to 1) won, Bill Eaton (99. Gil
bert, 13 to 1) second, Workbox (lo9. Mo
Intyre, 9 to 20) third Time: 0:47i. Del
cruzfrdor, Mauretania and Lady Ronnsaeller
also ran. -
Third nice, six .furlongs: Creston Boy
(113, Keoprh. 6 to 1) won, John H. Sheehan
(109, W. Miller, 17 to 10) second. Belle of
Iroouois (1H7, Kelly, 7 to 1) third. Time:
1:13. Prince Brutus. Emma O., Triumph
ant, Aunt Polly and Tom Shaw also ran.
Fourth race, one mile: Frank Fllttner
(10o, W. Miller, 18 to 5) won, Edwin T.
Fryer (107, Kelly, 6 to 1) second, Bnggs (96,
Goldstein, 7 to 1) third. Time: 1:39. Ona
tassa, Timothy Wen, Vox Popull and Veil
also ran.
Fifth race, one m1I and seventy yards:
Paruine (120, W. Miller, 9 to 2) won.
Tavora (120, Sandy, 10 to 1) second. Nellie
Racine (116, Lycurgus, & to 1) third. Time:
l:4uVfc. Maxtress, Lucrece. Mctlakatla, Part
ing Jennie and Storma also ran.
Sixth race, six furlongs: Dulelnes. (1"6,
Rice, 12 to 1) won, Peggy O'Neill (10S,
Sandy, 11 to 5) second. Senator Warnur
(107, Lycurgus, 18 to 6) third. Time: 1:15.
Lnrose, Nonic, Agnola, Eudora and Vinton
also ran.
French Car Realises the Force of
Dealk Valley's Fame.
If it does not win the race from New
ork lo Paris, the French car, De Dion can
at least boast of having come to a forceful
realization of the name and fame of Death
Valley. Here is some tragic experience it
had while trudging through that desert
of-hideous existence as related in an au
tomobile journal and which the press
despatches did not tell of:
"After being stuck for twenty-two hours
In Death Valley, with -a fierce sand storm
raging, the French De Dion car was pulled
out Thursday afternoon by a rescue party
from Rhyolite, a place fifty miles from
where the car was stuck. The De Dion
made the run from Goldfield to Stovepipe,
Death Valley, Wednesday. Proceeding
from Stovepipe early In the afternoon,
everything went well until the driver got
off the beaten trail, and the car was In
stantly deep In the sand.
"Every effort to extricate the automo
bile with Its own power proved futile, and
at last u messenger was dispatched to the
little mining camp, Skiddoo, twenty miles
away, the nearest possible point where as
sistance could be obtained. Tha crew
abandoned the car and took reluge at
Stovepipe Wells.
"When the messenger reached Skiddoo he
found that there was not a team In camp
that could be hired, and he had to telegraph
to Rhyolite, fifty miles from the scene of
the accident. A team was started from
Rhyolite on its long drive, and Thursday
morning the horaes returned alone, drag
ging the empty waxon behind them.
From the appearance of the horses and
wagon It was evident that an accident had
happened, and men were quickly sent out
to ascertain what the matter was About
five miles from camp they came across the
body of the driver. His neck had been
broken hy a fall from the wagon.
"The body wus carried back to Rhyolite
and another team started for the automo
bile. Messengers were also sent across the
deBert to learn of the condition of the men
In the De Dion, who had had a long delay
in the scorching sun of the desert. Food
and water supplies were carried to them."
Champion May Wrestle w Ilk Ualtt.
mure Man nt tk Andltorlnm.
Following the wrestle of Fred Beeliand
Jack Carkuek at the Auditorium Saturday
nistit; Frank Ootch and George Schoenlin,
"AinerU'ua," the Baltimore light heavy
weight who recently won from Hetll, may
meet at the Auditorium. Amerlcus Is a
good man and his friends believe will be
ablo to give Gotch a harder run for Ins
alley than any other American Just now.
Amerlcus met George Harkenachinldt in
Baltimore before the Golch-Hack match
and made a great showing. Hack wus to
put him down twice In an hour and failed.
Auierlcus' was Hack's principal second at
the big Chicago struggle. He has never
been thrown In his home town. Since liis
victory over Beel lie Is regarded aa the
American light heavyweight champion,
though there Is considerable sentiment that
Btel can yet beat hlm.
Jack Carkeek la one of the real old-timers
of the mat. Twice he won the Interna
tional or world's championship at Corniali
and those who think he won't be able to
make Fred Beell go some are said to he In
store for a good surprise. Old Jack la In
good form and aching for the match.
Dr. Roller of Seattle may yet come to
Omaha for a match with Gotch before tin
season closes, or if not with Gotch then
Beell. In caae Pvcll wins from Carkeek.
Roller has written that he Is anxious for
several matches In the middle west and
wants one in Omaha above all others.
The Mctz Brothers learn won two games
from th Omaha last night, hut the latter
got a running start en the first game and
never were headed. None of the Hruwcr.
were up to form, but Dad laid the loss of
that first game to Brunke. Of course he
might have rolled lao more plr.e, hut his
mind seemed to be elsewhere. In fact he
stuck to the bail: row of chairs most of
the evening and there were others.
The high total went to Marble with
after getting a 217 game for a starter. The
two men teams will start at 7 So o'clock
sharp tonight. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Nesle IPS ?1S 1SS RC
Brunke lf.7 l:oi li t.
Cochran 1W lo ?it w7
Blakeney 1M IMS 191 Ho
H;inllngton 1! ltti 1S2 HH
Totals sift) STS 874 2.RJ
1st. 2d. .Id. Total.
Morse .., imi . m 414
Larson im I'll 1(9 41
Hea . 214 1M IM M!
Ohnesorg l '.l 1x0 1S9 41
Marble 247 1) I si WW
Totals Kki 7bV 771 2,475
iiAt'isn iikgixs ix ew tork
Joekey C'lah Take 'Irpi to Eliminate
I'lnnalnK nnd Small Bettlnc.
NEW YORK. April I.Y-ln spite of the
bitter fight waged at the state capttol to
effect the prohibition of race track betting
tn New York, tho Metrojiolitan season of
racing will begin at Aqueduct park tomor
row under practically t lie some conditions
that have obtained the past few years.
81lght modifications In the rules governing
betting are promised, hut these are not ex
pected to change materially the syslem
now In vogue. AlthoiiKh the Jockey club
has made no official announcement otytlie
subject It is believed likely that Ihe "plung
ing" of tho spectacular sort will be Inter
dicted and gambling by the very small bet
tors discouraged, if not altogether elim
inated. Minors are to be barred from the
tracks; the Jockey cluh stewards deciding
at a meeting held today that urjless ac
companied by parents or guardians per
sons below the voting age should not be
allowed upon the grounda of any track In
the metropolitan district. Furthermore the
Jockey club has declared Its Intention to
keep under strlrt scrutiny the habits of
Jockeys when absent from the tracks. A
resolution was adopted warning all Jockeys
that their conduct nnd habits will bo
watched and those keeping bad company
will be punished. Trainers are asked to
co-operate In enforcing this rule. These
chaijges are concessions to the sentiment
against race track gambling and others lire
expected to follow from time to time.
A program that promises close and ex
citing 'contests between fields of the high
est class of racers In this country has been
made, up for the opening day. The feature
will be the Carter handicap, a race for 3-year-olds
and upward, over a seven furlong
course with a guaranteed value of JlO.OUu.
Sixteen horses are entered. With warm,
talr weather promised and a fast track as
sured, "opening day" will no doubt bring
out lt3 usual crowd of 26,000 to 30.0tl0 per
Four Hits and Two Krror In One
Inning; Do the tluslnraa.
LINCOIC. April IS. (Special Telegram.)
The Nebraska base hall team was. de
feated In the first game of the Inter
collegiate, season yeslertlav afternoon by the
Wesleyan university nine at University
l'lae. by the score of 5 to 4. Four hits
and two errors In the third Inning, when
Rodman was in the box. gave tho contest
to the, Methodists. Farthing, for Wesleyan,
struck out twelve men and held the Corn
huskeis to four hits. Ward and Rodman
did the twirling for the State university
team. Four hits were made off Rodman
and three off Ward.
Crescents Want Games.
The Crescents would like to schedule Sun
day games for the season and especially for
next Sundav. Address Theodore Stnllnski,
1941 South Twenty-eighth street, or call
Harney 4174.
Cars Skipped to Vladivostok.
SEATTLE, Wash.. April 15 The French
and Italian cars In the New York to Paris
automobile race left for Vladivostok yes
terday morning on the steamer Akl Maru.
Th German car broke down near Pncatello,
Idaho, and the American car, which Is on
Its way back from Alaska,, after an un-
Bad blood is responsible for most of the ailments of mankind. When
from any cause this vital fluid becomes infected with impurities, humors or
poisons, disease in some form is sure to follow. Eczema, Acne, Tetter,
Boil, Pimples, etc., while they show on the slcin, have an underlying1 cause
which Is far deeper an Impure, humor-infected blood supply, and until this
is corrected, and the blood purified, the distressing; itching and burning
symptoms will remain. Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula,
Blood Poison and all other blood disorders, are the result of a vitiated, pol
luted circulation, and will continue to grow worse unless the poison is re
moved from the blood. In all blood and skin diseases S. S. S. has proved
itself a perfect remedy. It goes down into the circulation and removes all
waste matter, humors or poisons, and makes the blood pure and health-sustaining.
Nothing reaches inherited taints and old chronic troubles like
S. S. S.; it cures because it purifies the blood and restores lost properties to
the impoverished circulation. Not only is S. S. S. a blood purifier of the
highest order, but a tonic and appetizer without an equal. Book on the
blood and any medical advice desired sent free to all who write.
jfToDrivers and Chauifei
The following rules are suggested in the interest of safety
1 Keep to the right of the road as the law requires.
2 In turning into another street do not "cut the corner"
but make a full turn, keeping as far as possible to the
3 When crossing or turning into streets on which there,
are street car tracks be sure to have your horse or
automobile under perfect control.
4 Never cross or turn suddenly into a track without first
making sure that a ear is not approaching from either
5 Be especially careful where the streets are crooked,
where the view is obscured or when passing cars from
which passengers are alighting.
Assist Us in Preventing Accidents.
I Omaha & Council Bluff s Street Railway Company
uerore mey oegin ireaiuieui.
Always find out positively If the fee Includes th MKDICIKtt. If you pay for
medicines every tune you get them, you never know what the cost of your treatment
will be. ro not he caught In this great medicine graft. Ws will ears yom lor less
nouey than any other specialist and aocept the mbnay In any way yo.i wisn to ti,
k-id BLAODEK DISEASES, AU Diseases of Men. no matter how at., urea.
FREE Examination and consultation. Writ for free booklet and
symptom blank for boms treatment.
successful attempt on the road out of Val
riez, will reach here Friday and will b
shipped on the steamer Glen Logan, which
sails for Vladivostok Saturday.
-" ,
l.lltle Frllo Willing to ;!- Die
Swede n Cfcanre nt Once.
Some noise fias been mail" to the effect
that Chris Pterson Is anxious for a wrestle
with Bocll, Burns. Klank. Carkeek or anv
other wrestler except Gotch, nnd has V00
ready "to plank down aa a side In t. "
Manager Glllan of the Auditorium says If
Plerson is In earnest about this and will
really put up the $f00 he won t need wait
longer than Saturday night, but can Jump
In then Hnd take Carkeek'a place against
Fred Itevll. Mr. Glllan Is awaiting Mr.
Plcrson's action.
Monarch Pool Tanrnnnient.
Usher worn from Sclplo last night,, 125 to
79. Score:
L'sher-1, 4, 0. 10, 0. 3, 7. 1, 1, . 1R, 0. 4, 3.
18. 0, 0. 1, '9. 14. X 2, t, 10, 2, 6, 8 Total: 128.
Scratches, 3, lifi.
Bclple 1, 1. 2, . 3. 0, 1, 1, B, 1, 2, 3, 0.. 8, 7.
1, 0. K, 7, 0. 1. 0, 0. 0, 2, 111, 2, 1TnUI: 82.
Scratches, 3, 79. High run; Usher, IS.
Played. Won. Iist. Pet
Keyes 6 6 1 833
Sciplo f 4 1 . SOU
Usher 7 6 2 714
Harscli 6 ' 4 2 66
Reynolds 5 3 2 Vk)
Swahson 7 3 4 4:1
Stephen 7 1.1 143
llaaze 7 0 . 0 . Out
Wednesday: Sclplo against Harsch.
Sport In ar Gossip,
Stone opened her up with a hit.
The? n ornlng paper looks right now.
Peace and prosperity Western league.
Thos old war horses of th Browns
broke away In good order.
Cobb made good on that medal nnd salary
in the first game, anyway.
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