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Tire 0MAI1A DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1909.
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THE BCBT RETT BNH FO THE MONET
1 when yon insist that the seller or bor
rower furoisa you with our ebetract of title
trt the real property you ar purchasing.
or taking as security for a loan, before
tOu close the transaction Tou will then
know If tha title la perfect. If tha taaes
are all paid. If there are any unsatisfied
lien. Judgments or encumbrances affecting
the title; In fart, you will know If you ara
safe In completing tha transaction. Youra
fnr security In land titles. The Midland
Guarantee arid Trust Co., 1714 Farnam St.
I HATH sis modern brick houses In Want
Famam- street dlstrtct which I can sen
for tt.OUS each or perhaps less
Room t. Hew Tork Ufa Building.
LIST your property with Chris Boyar. ad
and Cumin Bts ! 878
BF5HT atrlctly modern 8-rpom house In
Bemls park for 13. W. Tel. Harney 8)2.
1) m 28k
Bir, BAROAIN-8-room cottar. ' tm Half
Ca-f1.iHf; eaay term.
llJfln e-r, mortem home. 708 N. 80th Bt j
paved 8t.'; e"A rsh, balance easy. Rob
inson A Wolf, 436 Paxton block.
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FARM. AND RANCH LAND FOR SALS)
PARtf AXD FRUIT LAND.
uenvvr-uraeier aieim-i. mmci iiiibv,vu,
uEar beets, alfalia. general farming and
fruit" ralaJua-: low price. . eay payments.
National Investment Co.. 6S2 lirandeia I
. Bid. r Omaha. TeU pouglM X.
ROUTT COUNTY ranches. Improved and
unimproved, ior aale by C. S. McCandlesa
A Co.. Craig. Colo... t) MlOC Mohla
. FOR 'SALE.
I 'ne hundred twenty arrea in Monono I
T county. ,kia; fifty mllea from Sloui
One- hundred acrea under cultivation;
amall orchard: balnice in pasture and
' -weodalKit -timber); fine atream of
water through pasture; amall house and
-mid barn, well, itc on premlnea. 1 offer
this place until March 1 for 1M per acre.
and t,4iarHHi. wrne jonn a. uaven-
port, uwner, .Nor row, nto. tJ mjjo i
' COtU LAND9lWcUe for ktate map. book-
let and weather teport, aet,t free. Basel
J Mmdc, C'lillllcotha, Mo. ( M1M kl&x
' A MlStSbURI FARM.
22. acres thfi?e mllea from town; extra
' well Improved; farm Ilea level, with deep,
black siHT.'- ('-.irinot be beat for corn land.
Has rented" for the last three years fur
M per acre. -Pi Ice ITS per acre. For fur
ther particular, call on or write,
JOHN W. WVERMAN,
' UALLAT1N, MO.
I : - (JU)-M542 1
aiEAPfARll KEAR OMAILA I
inn iictes about IT miles north of Omaha.
arid 1 miles from Caihoun, ISO A rai deede
iand, 'and 240 school land, exempt ironi
taxation, leased at low rental, for a long
term of yea'ra, fair Improvementa; all
fenced and- soma timber: vossession any
time; good place-for raining and feeding
neon or cattle; near scnool; pnoe is.onu.
ft. Mo' cash; balance on reasonable terma
-UXROE ft CO., 1M Farm in 8t
' ) Sa 24x
Two-40-aere tracts in Boyd Co.,- sees. 14 and
is. T. 34, R to. at an acre.
Sxl aerea In Hoit C-s.i T. S3. R. 14. Improved
' with some timber on? ivtory. 6-room
house; -barn for 30 head of stock, tJb an
acre; terms. -!
acresT miles weat of the above land,
4tl acres under cultivation, 09 an acre.
-JNels A. Lundgren,
MlLMcbaaue BUS. Phone Doug. 34M3.
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' IMPROVED fruit farm, cheap If sold by
March 7.. . Owner, 39oi Sherman. Web
ster 2993.. (21)) 600 261
Hlllerest"' ' ItO-acre fruit and stock
farm; tS.ao; easy terma; send for Illustrated
description. J. 1. CampbelL Litchfield,
Neb. '. t)) aai xx
LINCOLN COUNTT, NEBRASKA, has
the best crops to be found trr the state and
tho lowest prioes for farm land and stock
ranches. For parttoulars and Hats apply
to Buchanan ft Patterson, Land and Im
migration A genu, V. P. R- R . North
i-lalte,. JN'ab. (30j-M5bS Mcb x
. Seath DsLkteta,
A DAKOTA bargain. 160 acres, two miles
from Huron; HO acres tilled, 10 aores fine
s-revej a a umber of- large, bearing plum
trees) I acres of asparagus that produces
about ITOO worth a year; saw t-room
house UiU. new barn Uo; another build-
lng ksxsOi a larga root cellar; a new 3-lac a
flowing well, llowa e gallons per minuta
Vetteiables and grain took Ptl worth of
prlaea at tne Boutn Dakota slate fair la
- - IM Soil is a deep sandy loam, with, clay
subsoil. 11 taken soon 1 win aeu for lit-
tub; ta.00 eaab and te.000 on time at per
cell I. ur a, MCMoOMa. nurua, a. u.
GENERAL AGENCY for Texas lands
Large and - small tracts. Large tracts at
wst wholesale prices. Orange groves
developed Uy contract Write Packard ft
Utter, Cameron. Mo.
(20; M587 Moh x
CORN farmT Clover farmT Bluagraas farroT
Home? Speculation? Free pocket map of
Missouri 11 you write me. fcd. ti. Smith.
w i niiiiooUMv. am. bus man anows my rssl-
am. pence. . tV M146 26
, ARK you seeking a home or business loca
tion 7 Send J&c in at am pa or coin und m
will furnish you clear, cunclsi Information
. covering soil, climatic conditions, crop
values, market fatuities, etu. Where
grain, grssiitg, rice, cotton, umber or
iruit land may be. purchased on euay
terma Location and character of free
public land and liow obtained. We have
no land to sell anj information given Is
t unbiased and absolutely reliable. Maps
printed matter of any section emit
wit re mtormation. Thirty years exDert-
-vnce, Hignost referencea. Address Homt-
aaekers luforaiallon Bureau, Fargo, N. li.
At 37 27x
I e 1
FRLel homeateada of 10 acres. We will
gel you allot ner 160 along side of it and
your K tJt acres more best of land.
aood vrops for 20 years List call fur
gofcertisneiii tana nar railroad town. C
It west at vo.. iuss. wyu.
GOOD FARMS CHfcAP.
'n Oklahoma. Kansas and Texas, raw and
.111 r.. veil, from $i to 3 per acre. I ara
tioi handiing hPJbCULATOKS' land, but 1
am tel. Ins iana mat oeiungs to tha ind
tldual owner who really wants to sell snd
l.aa uuced It on the market at baraain
prices. ' Information cheerfully furnUiied
elatlve to any section In Oklahoma, Kan
sas or Texas. I will make TLHilS to
suit you. writs ma lour wants
;. r. puTiUER. 'n-ms land man.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
ana Kaarh Load.
EltSHTT ' acre farm for rent on West
Center .St. John J. Muller. enation B,
jOroaha., Neb.- Trt. Harney 8638-1.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans aad warrant. W.
laxuaia Smitn ft to, Luu raraain St
PATNE. BO6TWICK ft CO., N. T. LUa
Wivaia nsoney; Su-j to 8a.; low rate.
- ; c (iii e
Irtat TO F00 ho' homes in Omaha. O'Kerf
steal F.tnie v-w. twi . ivu
or A-1-- t-z-fcc
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FIVE PER CENT MONKT
lo lean on
Omuha Business Property.
Room 1 New Tork Ufa Bid
CHOICE IjOANS ON IMPROVED OMAHA
FBOrBKTT OR f AKMb; low rata, no
delay. L Blbbernatn, Old Boston Btore Hd.
SECOND MORTGAGE loana negotleted.
Appiy Kwra 41.-1 l-Trst Nat'l Bank rirt
new -pnone uougiaa zsia. u
LOWEST RATES Bemia,
Con TO 110.900 made promptly. F. D. Weed.
weaa uw., ism and Farnam.
MONKT TO BUILD.
IV to tJW.OO at current rates.
W. II. THOMAS. VA Flrat Nat l Bank Rlrir
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. bherwnod.
i eranaeis mag. Z2)
WANTED-Cy lor Peter. Trust
MONET TO LOAN-rayoo lnvMtmnt Co.
PRIVATE MONET NO DELAY.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 FARNAM.
- 22) 4M
REAL- ESTATE WANTED
WANTED To buy 5-io.m cottage to move
w. ii. rarrotte. Beard or Trade.
WANTED 10 BUY
HIUHE8T prices for aecendhand furniture.
carpeu. ciuiucs ana snots, iiu UOU. jyit
. lAvr ta
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture.
earpeia, aiovea. cioining, suoea. Tel. Ked
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent for one year or ,asa
completely rurnwhed houaw or apart
ment, preferably In weat end of city.
Family of two. Addreaa C-li, care Bue.
t2fi mm inx
NURSE for young baoy, capable of taking
enure cnarge. wuo. uii. i.Zi) M4o7 ztx
WANTED Place to work In town or coun
try west or umaiia.; tionest, do anything,
by good Japanese boy; pea us t,nllnn,
too. Mall M. lurayama, Box oi3, ftorlh
l'lalte. Nob. CD M64U x
WANTED Sheep to shear thla season with
lour-man machine. For particulma ad
dress rvd Btrouee, Webb, la.
WANTBD-To buy a large safe. Alamlto
Banuary unu y. 112 Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
County treasurer to John A. Mc
Shane, tindlv of middle' of lot
S, block WT f .
Same to K. C. McShane. lot . block
1. 13th st. add ,,
llame 'to Jamea H. Adams, n6 feet of
lot 17 and all lot 18, block 3. J. 11
James H. Adams to United Invest
ment company, same
John A. McShane and wife to same.
undlv'4 of mlddleVk lot 3. block 17..
K. C. McShane to same, lot , block
1, 13th st. add
Columbian Investment company to
tame, lots 10, 14. 17, 18, 1. 3u. 33, 23,
26 and to. block 1. 13th st add
Hastings A Heyden to Joseph W.
Highsmith, lut 8, replat of block. &.
George W. Kitteil to E. H. Klttell,
lot 21. block 14. Calkins' eubdlv......
Samuel J. Harts and wife -to John ;W. .
nraoiey, lot ft, collax aubdlv. -Margaret
A. Mattlngly to Robert n.
McNally, lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8, block
a Upton Plnce
Llrste P. Evans to S. W. Smith, eSO
feet of nilddle4 of lot 8. block 102..
H. S. Elliott to Elsie C. DeWolf. nH
of e44 feet of lot 7, block 6, Pat
rlck'a 2d add
Elisabeth Harris et al to William H.
Schmoller, part of eH nei ru-
Luella Carrlgg rt al to Prudential
Real Estate company, lot 7, block 3,
O. C, Brownlee to Alma Brownlee,
lot IS, block 14, Clifton Hill
Alma Brownlee to David C. Patter
son, Jr., same '
Andrew P. Johnston and wife to Park-
v. ay Real Estate company, lota 1, X
and 3, Mahoney's add
J. M. Browne and wife to same, lots
18. a, 22 and 2ft, block 2, West 81de..
County treasurer to Prudential Real
Cjeiaie compai y, iota , it ana id,
block L and other lets, Mt Douglas ,
fame to D. C. Palters n, trustee, e2&
feet of lot . Albright ft Ayles
aorth's 2d add
Same to same, lots 12 and 13, block 3,
Hagedorn s add
Same to same, lota S and SO, block 5,
and other lots, Fayette park,....
Christens Oser to Fred K. Nielsen,
11I8I feet of lot 43. Keystone park
Charles B. Sesrs ard alfe to CMe E.
Jensen, part lots 7 and 8, block 3,
subdlv. of John I. Redlrk's add
Fanny Richards ad husband' to
Ceorge Kufner, lot 8, block Be, Flor
George M. Redick to O. C: Redlck,
lot 11. block 2. Clark Redlck add
Jme", ' Em,m' F' Plior' lot
I bli , ' .ii
Cain Devlaane and wife to John
Lambaere and wife, lot 12. block 3,
St. Mhry'a add
Edna M. Oaborn to Frank E. Gamble,
lot 6. block 16, Ambler Plaoe.
Same to same, lot 18, block 15, and.
other lota. Ambler Place...
Kate Mct'lary to same, 1 4, block
16. and other lota. Ambler Place
Marinda McClary to same, rot 7, block
13. and other lota, same
Mary E. McClary to sair.e, lots 3, 11,
12, 13, 14 and IV block 16. and other
lots. Ambler Place . .
John A. McClary and wife to Pruden
tial Real Estate company, lot 16,
block , Lincoln Place
Annette C- Hlmebaugh to Claire D.
Montmorency, lota 1. t and 3,- block
. Rose Hill
William N. Orenvllle et al to J. L.
Naff, lot 14. George Forties'-mi bdl v..
Caroline L Poppleton and husband to
Charles G. .-Larson, lot X block 3,
Sulphur Springs add
Fred H. Jacobaen and wife to Charles
Jacobsen. lot 62. supplementary sub
dlv. of Elllstone Park Place
State National bank to F. H." Jacob
Olga Mohr to. E. M. Slater. e40 feet of
lot 8. block L. Lowe's sdd
A 1 lint Dlt-kman and wife to Mary
Sarsfield, lot 30. bl ok 1, McGavock
ft O'Keefe's add., replst..
Jcln J. Ryan 10 Hannah Boderherg.
Vi eH nS block T, 2d add. to Corrl-
gin Place -
Paul D. teniaon and wfe to Emma
K Walliwe and William B. Fuller,
lot 14, Elllstone Park Place.."........
Emma A'on Wlndhelm to Cory E.
Vaow, lot , block 4. Fred Dellone s
W klter I Selbv and wife to Ida A.
Wyrkk, lot 18. block 4. Rush A
Alton Kolowratek and wife to
Thoma Janda. n h,t tS. block 10.
Brown park :..
Thomas Hanlon and wife to D. C.
Patterson, trustee, lots 8 and 12.
LUrk 3. Wise A Parmelee's add......
County treasurer to same, lot k.
block t. Gate City prk
8n e to same, lot 20. block 17. Omaha
Same to aame. part-lot 17 and all lot
1H. block 1. and lot 3. block 8 Pat
terson's subdlv., snd other lota.......
Same to same. eS lot 8. block 6, aad
other lota. Central park
Same to aame, lota I and 6. bl. ck li
and other lots. Central park
Stine to aame, lots 1. 1 and 20. block
3, and lot 'A. block 4. Mayi.es add..
Charles J. Anderson and wife to
Emma Iwhrrty, tiH lot 61.' Keinon'j
John B. Klausner and wife to J. D.
Kendis. part lut a block 7. Reed s
Total amount of transfers L7.cW
AUTO RACES IN NEW ORLEANS
De Palms Wini Ten-Mile Handicap
and Fifty-Mile Free-for-AU.
SPOBT IS LITE AKD EXCITING
Mrs, C aaeo Flatahe Imil la Haadl-
rap Event and ta First la
FIt r Mlla Rare far
fork t ars.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. li.-The laat day
of the Mardl-Gras automobile races at tha
fair grounds mile track furnished some live
and eicltlng sport Tha features were the
ten-mile handicap and the fifty-mile free-for-all,
both of which were won by Ralph
de Palma, In hi Flat Cyclone car.
The fifty-mile raca was changed from a
stock car event to a free-for-all. In order
that De Palma might enter with his Flat.
The best sport of the afternoon waa fur
nished by tha ten-mile handicap, free-for-all.
There were five entries. De Palma
was started at scratch, Robertson was
given forty-five seconds and Cuneo, Strang
and Burman each given fifty seconds. De
Palma finished an eighth of a mile In front
of Mrs. Cuneo. Summaries:
First event, five miles, free-for-all, stock
cars: Rolwrt Burman, Hulck, won; Bchelf
ler. Jackson, second. Time: 6:49.
Second . event, five mllea. free-for-all,
stock care: George Robertson, Stmplex,
won; Robert Burman. Buick. second; Mrs.
Joan Cuneo, Knox Giant, third; Lewis
wrong, Isotta, fourth. Time: 4:07. .
Third event, five mlleu nnnlnt time: Mrs.
Cuneo, Knox Giant Time: 1:01
Fourth event, five mi, en. trce-ur-all, stock
carj. amateurs: Mm. Juan Cuneo, Knox
Giant, won; Donnelly, Packer, second;
Bcneirier, Jaiksnn. third. Time: 5:lo.
Fifth event, ten-mile handicap, free-for-
an: ue Films, Fiat Cyclone, won; Mrs.
Joan Cuneo, Knox Giant, second; Robert
Ron. Slmirtex. fourth. Time: f:n"i. Blrang,
Isotta, and Burman, Buick, also. drove.
Sixth event, fifty miles, free-for-all, gaso
line cars: Ralph de Palma, Flat Cyclone,
won; Strang, Isotta, second: Robertson,
Simplex, third; Mrs. Joan Cuneo, Knox
Giant, fourth. TJme: 0:49:5:i.
British Pnsrlilst GlTrn Declaloa at
Knd of Tweatleta Roand. ,
LONDON. Feb. 23. Johnny Summers, the
English pugilist. tor.lKlit received the deci
sion over Jimmy Brut of California In a
twenty-round bout The fls;ht waa held be
fore the ISatlonal Sporting club. A bis
crowd was present, there being great In
terest In the bout 'owing to the lively fight
the two men put Hp taut November. On
that occasion the go was a ten-round affair
and Britt was Itie victor. Tonight Summers
got the decision on points.
Both Bummers and Britt had troincd
ha-d for this meeting and were in fnr
better condition than when they met be
fore. During the early stages Britt did
most of the leading, apparently starting
out with a view to securing .a knockout.
He made the mistake, however, of holding
In clinches, more than la usual in England,
and came in for much adverse criticism
and several warnings from Eugene Cirri,
who officiated as referee. Britt also had
the misfortune to slip twice to the floor
when engaged In lively mlxtips. and these
falls were almost as effective in taking the
rpeed out of him as though they had re
sulted from a right or left swing.
Up to the sixth or eighth round Britt had
the better of the bout, but from that on
Summers Improved and honors were even
at the close of the tenth. After that, al
thouctf Britt was alwaya strong, the Eng
lishman had somewhat the best of him and
the derision In Hummers tavor was a rxinu
lar tne. Before leaving the ring Britt said
that he accepted tio award of the referee
and that he had no complaint to make, but
he still thought he was the better man.
IX DOOR TBXS IS TOURNAMENT
Oaly Ela-ht of Slaty-One Contestants
in Slasrles Remala.
NEW YORK, Feb. 23.-8uch rapid prog
resa was made tnlpht In the playing of the
national indoor tennis championship tourna
ment on the courts of the Seventh regiment
armory that only eight of 'lie sixty-one
asplranta remalri-ln the singles. These art
W. C. Grant, T. B. Pill, O. C. Shafer of
Columbia. R. T. Bryan. King Smith, J. M
Bteinbacher. A. S. Cragin and W. B.
Grant defeated C. Cragin, a former holder
of the title, -3, i-i. and W. M. Hall -2.
13-10. Pell defeated W. V. Bfnnett 8-1, 6-1,
8-3 and Dr. Roaenbaum 8-2, 7-5. Grant and
Pell, who are the favc-rltes for the honors,
dirplsyed plenty of speed In their matches.
In the doubles the entire flrrt round end
a part of the second waa played today.
Grant and Pell dtftated L. DreyfUBS and
S. Weil 8-1, 6-2. G. F. Touchard and Dr.
Rosenbaum defeated the Yale pair. E. M.
r-hirpard and H. Bretx 6-2, 11 9 and M. 8.
Clark and R. T. Bryan 6-3, 44.
H. H. Hackelt and It D. Little won ly
default from O. M. List wick and W. C.
Demille. who previously defeated Roy
Rlchey and J. IS. Stelnbacher 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.
1 he Bostonlans, R. Lt Bishop and P. K
Schuyler, won their match from G. 8.
Groeabeck and Dr. A. L. Slocura 10-S. f-l.
The singles competitors will reach tha
FAST TIME IN MARATHON RACE
Otto Boeddlker'a Mark at San Fran,
rlaeo Nearly Eqaal'a Record.
BAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 23. Cheered on
by the wild shouts of the great crowd
which thronged the Golden Gate park stad
ium and the discordant hooting ot countless
automobile horns. Otto Boeddiker of the
Olympic club ran tha last sub yards of the
long Marataon course today, winning hla
race In the remarkable time of 2:40:31,
nearly fifU-en uiluutea faster than the time
made over the classio course by John
Hayes, Marathon winner at the Olympic
FURNACE, steam and hot water repairs;
Thermostats ana omer neat regulators;
new furnaces and hot water combination
heating. Omaha Stove K.pair Works.
12u6-Uu6 Douglas St 'Phones; lnd. A-sii;
bell. Douglas ttfu. 7U8
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
In Tha regular annual nieeUna ot stock
holders In The Bee Publishing company will
be held in roe omcc 01 in company in The
Bee building, corner 17th and Farnam
streets, Omaha, Nebraska, en Monday.
March, 1. at 4 o'clock p. m. By order
ot the president UilNKI A. HASKELL,
NOTICE OF 8TOCKHOLDER8' MEET
ING Notice Is hereby given thst the
regular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the South Platte Land company will be
bald at the office of aald company at
Lincoln. "Nebraska, at 11 o'clock a. m.. on
tha third day of March. A. D.. lit.
C. H. MORRILL, Prealdent
A. B. MINOR, Secretary.
Lincoln, Nebraska. February 1, inoa
Utl TXAJI TOn DATS AT BMA
Weekly aaiUaa- ketweea Koatoeal. Q as bee
and Uverpeol, -Two
days on the beautiful St Lawrence
River and tne suuriesi ocean route to
Nothing better on the Atlantle than our
Enipreasea. W ireless on all steamers.
First class $4i sooeaa 960, oae class
Aak your ticket agent, or write for sail.
irass. rates sua oooaici.
a. M. BBKJAIaTX. 0. A-
B3I S, Clark . Chicaa-s, XO,
TO TOtraa, da Luxe and
Vacation, fur 1808; Cover
$150 to $1105
. All Travellar poaaao
243 Itmadway, New York
Cook's Travelers Checks
are Govd Lrahcro
games at Ixindon last year. Borddlker's
time is b'lt a had-more than Tour minutes
over the fastest tiros iver recorded for the
race. The race waa run under the asiiplcet
of the Olympic club snd fifteen started for
the full twenty-six miles and ik& yards. Tne
course n laid cut over the smooth roads
of Golden Gate psrk and the Imt stretch
and finish were within the stadium. Boed
dtker is a plumber snd Is 24 years old.
BILL FLAYERS AT HOT SPRIXG9
AaWaare) Uaard of Tralalag aea
HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Feb. 23,-The ad
vance guard of the American and National
leaa-ue colony of base ball players, who
train (n Hot Springs, has arrived, snd trniay
Wh ttlnxton perk field ana tne new neia
soutli of the city purchased by the Boston
Americana were scenes 01 preliminary
skirmishes, between the players.
Charles Hemphill, Jonnny i,un ana rt.
G. Miltier arrived yesterriay. Among the
rlayrrs out In uniform todSy were Mlllams
of the St. Iouls Americans. Collins of
Minneapolis. Fromme and Vagsted of Cln
cinnutl, Alperman. Sebrlng, Paslorlus. Bell.
Burch and Lumley of Brooklyn, and Jos
Delehanty of the St. Louts Nationals.
Tho entire Boston American team will
arrive within a few days. Pittsburg has
made reservations and will be here on
MARATHON R ACK 1 31 K KW YORK
Edwin H. , Wklte Wlas Foarteeath
Bealraeat Contest la Brooklyn.
NEW YORK. Feb. 2S--Bdwln H. White
of the Holy Cross lyceum. Brooklyn, today
won the Fourteenth Regiment Marathon
race over the course from Brookbn to Sea
Gate. Coney Island, and return. Ills time
for the 26 miles and 36 yards was 2:53:46.
James Clark, of the Xavler Athletic asso
ciation of this city, who won the Thirteenth
Regiment race on Lincoln's birthday, led
for the greater part of the contest but
weakened In the twenty-third mile. Hia
clubmate. Albert Raines, finished second,
more than half a mile behind the winner,
with Clark about yards bark. In third
position. Harry Jensen, a Pastime Athletic
club man was third to Clark ten days ago,
and was the winner of the fourth prise.
There were 110 starters, but not half of
them finished. Ambulance calls were fre
quently sent In, and many of them returned
to the armory in bad shape although none
of them waa seriously Injured.
ALL CHAMPIONS TO . BR THERE
Entry List for Bowllnsr Tearaey in
Pitt aba rat is I.are.
PITTSBURG, Feb. 23. Secretary Lengtry
of the American Bowling congress received
word today that every one of the champion
teams ot tne Middle west uownng associa
tlon will be here for the tournament, be
ginning Saturday, including the DeSotoa,
the champion rollers in the last five-men
contest of that organisation. They will
meet the champions of the American Bowl
ing congress, the Bond cf Columbus. O.
Word has been received also that the two-
men champions and the individual Cham
plons of last year will be here to compete
BURNS AND WASEM TO WRESTLE
Farmer and Osrar ' Will Give the
Easrlra a Match.
Farmer Burns and Oscar Wasem will
wrestle at the Benson Eagtes' club Friday
ntgnt. 1 he Eag-iea are having some sort
ot entertainment and have asked the
wrestlers to give them a match. Wasem
happened to be In the city, visiting Burns,
and so they will appear.
Wasem is a little overweight Just now,
tipping the beams at 188. Burns also Is a
bit heavy, about 178.
WITH THE BOWLERS.
There seems o be nothing to It but Mela
sa all teams look alike to them. The Fal-
ataffs, their greatest hoo-doolof the season
finally lest all three games on the Asso
ciation alleys last night. Huntington and
reale tied Tor high single game, with SS,
but Teckly was too fast for the rest of
the bunch on total pins, with two. Tonight
the Sampecks will try and do things to the
Gate Cltya. Score;
1st. 2d. 3d. 1
, ..204. - a 223
.178 215 137
201 J4 210
.lti .ilStn 181
223 178 170
LE. .'-8 FALStAFFS.
IsC , . 2d. 3d.
Cogswell 149 : 177 11 J
Lelimann ......i . . . 143 1ST
Totals 801 884 851 . 2.696
Thera was something doing on the Met
ropolitan alleys Monday afternoon when
the Wiley's Walnut Hill bunch took the
West Sides down the line fur two games,
making a giand total of 2,741. The West
Sides put up a hard fight, and won the
second game by a good margin. Templin
took all honora for the team, with a total
of 647, and 26a for high alngie game. Painfer
was high man for the hill team,, with 610
ior total ana to. tor nign single game.
S'3 , 1M
C 17S 178
H 214 171
961 2.7 U
Totals .778 884 989 2.701
The Birmingham Range company took
two games from the Luxus team last nlgm
on the Metruxlitan alley Zarp took all
high honora for the Luxua Uh with 567
total and 216 for high single (kuk Drink'
water was tilgh man for the Hantt com
pany with 693 total and 1T7 for single game.
Both teams naa good touils. Tonlcht the
Poetofflce and the Chabot Hhoo company.
The score: ' , '.
1st. , 2d. - 3d. Totsl
Bengle 161 J77 193 - 631
Beaelm ZU - 177. 136 6J4
Slford 191 -100 162 643
Km 176 156 187 618
Zarp 216 1S2 14 to7
.866 681-867 1683
BIRMINGHAM RANGE CO.
Totals 882 992 863 3.787
The Beselln" Mixers took two games from
the Loynl Hotel Jewelers last night on the
basement alleys of the Metropolitan. The
Jewelers won the last game by Just a few
pins. Jerne took all honors for his team
with 630 for total and 1 for single game.
W. Schneider had high total for the Mixers
with 649. and Dick Schneider had high
single game with 194. The score:
LOYAL HOTEL JEWELERS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
Gustafson 148 136 in abo
Loff , 146 182 157 485
Jerpe lt 166 196 6
Totals 43 -473 5 1.466
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
W. Sc hneider 179 179 m 149
D. Schneider 194 160 169 613
Jasper L3 1! U3 466
4M 634 4S 1,618
Marshalltown Man Defeats Kiln.
MAR8HALLTOWN. la.. Feb. JT3 (Spe
cial. 11 1 baa Just been made public here
that Charles Wilson of this city, who has
the reputation of being one of the beat
pool players in the west, met and defeated
Catcher Kllng of the Chicago Cubs In a
0-ball match at Mollne. 111., for bets of
SJOO s aide The affair has been kept quiet,
it having only been made pulbtc today that
Wilaon beat the Cub backstop by 31 balls.
The match was played on a private table
Johnny Ikes Signs l's.
SIOUX CITY, la., Feb. 23.-l8peclal.V-Johnny
Shea, whose conscientious work
behind the bat helped the Packers to win
the Western teas"ue pennant laat aeaaon
Is no longer a holdout. Manager Holme
has received a aisiued contract and In a
letter which accompanied It he aaid he will
be on hand with the rest of the play era
when spring training eommoncea on April
1. The only men who have not atgned up to
date are Pitchers McKay and Sierr.
Active Salesmen-Bee Wwl Ada,
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Holiday and Exciting- Timet of San
day Fat a Check on Business.
EXERCISES HELD IN SCHOOLS
Liht Ran ot Live Stork al Yorde anal
Contlaoo lor a Day or
Affairs at South Omaha, aside from the
trouble of Sunday afternoon and Sunday
night, were almost lost sight of yesterday.
People stopped buying and selling to talk
of the events of the day previous. Busi
ness places largely closed during the after
noon In honor of Washington's birthday.
The city hall closed at noon. Flags were
floated from all the flag staffs of the city
In honor of the memory of Washington.
The South Omaha live stock market closed
early snd the runs were light, as la usual
on Monday. Prices of cattle climbed a lit
tle, while hogs remained stationary. The
effect of the trouble on the market will
be most felt todsy. It la expected that cau-
tloua shippers, not knowing the full ex
tent of the reign of violence will hold their
consignments until assured of safety. The
fact is the riot bed no effect on any of
South Omahas Industries managed by any
one other than the Greeks, upon whom the
ban was placed. " '
The school children had appropriate exer
cises In several of the schools, but the pro
grams were not so elaborate as those com
memorating the birthday of Abraham Lin
coln. Martha Washlnctaa Entertainment.
Mrs. D. L. Holmes snd Mrs. J. C. Carley
entertained a party of friends at the resi
dence of Mrs. Holmes. The women partici
pated In a Martha Washington party with
great Interest. They played military whist.
That la, each table waa named after a
famous fortress of the United States and
provided with a suitable flag and emblem.
The rest of the game was similar to the
ordinary whist game. Refreshments were
served after a manner for which both the
women entertaining have enviable reputa
tions. Sale Starta Wednesday.
Bale starts Wednesday morning. We
Just finished our annual Invoice and find a
lot of goods we can do without, so wo de
cided, in order to get them out In a rush.
to put them on two bargain squares and
sell them for about one-quarter their
. COUNTER NO. L
10 CENTS. .
Men's and boys' cape, worth up to S9c;
men's medium weight undershirts, "boys'
overalls, small sixes only, but plenty of
them; Way's fncy mufflers, also square
ones; neckwear, small 'sine light weight
drawers, a few unlaundered shirts, size
14 only; children's sweaters, men's belts
and many similar articles.
COUNTER NO. t
26 CENTS. .
All wool drawers, worth SI, mostly else
30, some 32; men's plush gloves, with king
cuffs, fleece lined; blanket lined vests,
men's shirts, with collars attached and
necktie to match, roomy and full; boys'
good shirts,' men's and boys' sweaters,
bovs' knee pants, silk suspenders and
many other articles for men's and boys'
wear. Store open Wednesday evening un
Nebraska Shoe and Clothing House, cor
ner Twenty-fifth and N streets. South.
Maejle City Gosefsw.
The city council meets this evening In
The Shamrock Athletic club gave a dance
last evening at Rushing's hall.
Joseph Holman has Just returned from
a visit with relatives in inaiana.
Jetter's Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No .
The Engliah club la taking up the study
of "King Lear at its weekly meetings.
The Ideal club la to give one of Its pleas
ant dancea Friday evening at Masonic nan
South Omaha streets were a dreary mu 1-
dle of slush and mire after the heavy snow
of the afternoon.
Mra. Sutton will entertain the Willing
Workers of the Christian church Wednea
day afternoon at her home, 1326 North
Mra. Rapd will entertain the New Century
club this afternoon at her home. Twenty-
fifth and A streets.
Albrt Harder Is reported to bo danger
ously ill at the Methodist honpltal, wh ire
he underwent an operation last i-Tioay.
The Pioneer Historical association of
South Omaha will conduct Its Washington
Lincoln program this evening at that South
Omaha High school.
The funeral of Officer .Edward Lowery
will be held this morning at 8.30 o clock
The cortege wl'l proceed from the residence
to Bt Bridget s churcn.
COAL! Try Howland's celebrsb-d Sliver
Creek. Office, 438 N. Z4th St. Tel. south 7,
The man that makes you laugh In spite
Of yourself In his humorous feats In ven
triloquism will be at the High school au
ditorium, February 26. Admission 26 cents.
The funeral of Isaac Grubba will be held
In Coon Rapids, la. Mr. Grubbs was the
father of Newton L. Grubba, 208 North
Twenty-fifth street. He died at tha home
of his son, Sunday.
The man that makes you see whst you
don't see. and you don't see what you
think you see at the High school auditor
lum. Friday evening, February 26. Come
and bring a friend. Admission 26 centa.
- The greatest magician of the age will be
at the High school auditorium Friday
evenlns:. February 26. and he will take
dollar out of your hat and ducks out of
your pocket, and-will take a real live boy
out ot a truna. aqitiiiwioii aa centa.
The women of the First Methodist church
will give their annual home missionary
dinner this evening at the parlors of the
church. The dinner will be served from
t:30 to 8:30 p. m. Many hundred people
have patronised this dinner on every former
When Durno appears, the fun begins
he removes his gloves, they vanish, then
he wavea hla hand, the birds appear In mid
air, flowers can be seen growing, a small
bowl of water la produced from a ailk hand
kerchief, and then a large one containing
four pallfula. Come out and bring your
friends and enjoy an evening of mystery
and wonder at the High school auditorium.
Friday evening, February 26. Admiaiaon
IOWA. MAN OWNER OF TR1XIE
Edacated Horse Baraed la Wreck
Bora at Hosaboldt.
SIOUX CITYvIk- 23. (Special Tele
gram.) Trlxie, the educated horse, which
was burned to death this morning in
wreck at Delraar, Del., was the proforty
of W. II. Barnes of Sioux City, and by
him was valued at 860.000. The horse was
born at Humboldt. la., and was bought
from Will Slgsby. Bhs was 18 years old.
Mr. Barnes educated her and7 she was no
less thsn a marvel. She had performed
before King Edward and in various for
sign countries and had been sent over the
United States. Trlxie was a feature a
the Norfolk exposition.
Mr. Barnes was on the way to Norfolk,
Vs., for an engagement at tha time of the
DENVER PRIEST IS MARRIED
Father J. A. II ran ol Bt. Loo's Colhe-
llo Choreh Disregards Vow
DENVER. Feb. It-Disregarding tho vow
of celibacy. Rev. Father J. A. Ryan, until
recently connected with St Leo's Catholic
church in this Htv. was married to Mlsa
Sadie Moran tf Ogdrn, Utah, on January
30. The wedding look place at Colorado
Farina and has Juat been dlcovered by
the pastor of St Leo's and tbe Catholio
Mrs. Ryan I a niece of Mrs. W. S.
Wing, wife of the auditor of the Colorado
The marriage licrnee was Issued In the
namea of Ambrose J. Ryan and Susan
Moran, but Mrs. Ryan tontr.lit adinilt-d
the Identity of both partk-lpants.
ALLEGED BANDITS ARRESTED
Two Men t'h arced with Lootloa: Five
Postofflrea aad Rank in Mis
ST. JOSBrH, Mo.. Feb. IX-A special to
the News-rress says Thomas Winters and
John Murphy, alleged postofflce robbers,
for whom the government offered a reward
of $2.uC0. were raptured by a posee at liale.
Mo.. Sunday night. They are wanted for
looting the post offices at Linnetis. Marce
llne. Hale, Utica and Mooresville, all in
Missouri; also for attempted robbery of a
bank at Bogard. Mo,
The postofflces were robbed last summer
and the bank Job was undertaken Saturday
night. The men were found in a box car,
heavily armed, but made no resistance
Bararlars Raid Frateralty Hanaro.
IOWA CITY, la.. Feb. 2J.-(Siwoial.)-Burglar
broke Into the Pal Omega dental
fraternity house here early vesterdnv mom-
I n(? ,nd ,he .tudents. taking after tho
thieves, fired threo shota, but failed to
bring down cither of the two men. This
is the third of the Greek letter houe.
MISERY FROM STOMACH AND INDIGESTION
Almost instant relief waiting for
Bee readers who suffer this way,
There would not be a caje of Indi
gestion here If readers who are subject
to stomach trouble knew the tremendous
digestive virtue contained In Diapepa.n.
The harmless preparation 'will digest
heavy meal without the slightest fuss or
discomfort and relieve the sourest, add
stomach In five minutes, bealdea overcom
ing all foul, Nauseous odors from the
Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula plainly printed on each 60-
cent case of Pape's Diapepaln, then you
will readily understand why this promptly
cures Indigestion and removes such symp
toms as Heartburn, a feeling like a lump of
lead In the stomach. Belching of gas and
eructations of undigested food, water
(tome men contract dixeaKea by being Indiscreet, and drag them
selves through a life of decrepitude because they are trying to
conceal the serious error committed, while others Inherit ailments
and suffer for the shortcomings of their parents.
Strength can no more proceed from
weakr-eps than pure water from a pol-'
luted fountain. A lifetime of Huffei ini?
often results from neglecting the first
symptoms of disease. iHm't waste your
time and money on cheap, dangeroua ex
perimtntal treatment, lun't Increase at
your own cost your sufferlnea by being
experimented on with remedies which
others claim they have Just discovered.
Come to us and we will treat you
honestly, skillfully, conscientiously and
scientifically and restore you to health In
the shortest possible time and at the least
expense for skillful and successful er
vloi. Each case Is treated as the symp
toms Indicate. You will never have a inoie
Important business transaction to make
than the selection of the doctor to treat
Men come to us from all sections
throi ghout the West because they have
learned we are expert specialist. They
realize that If a cure Is possible, we can
accomplish It. Don't atand idly by and see
. youn oeattn ana strengtn siippipg away ,
wheoyou hare it in your grasp if you will visit us In time.'
w treat man only and cure promptly, sateiy ;no ii-.oronghly by the
tatest and best methods, BKOnTCXlTIS, CATARRH, MZRTOTTS DEBIXTYY,
BLOOD FOISOsT, BKIV v DISEASES, KISMET AMD BLADDER DXSRAaXS,
and all Special Dlseaaes and tbelr complications, in the shortest time posalhlo
and at the lowest cost for skillful service aad suooeasful treatment.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts Omaha, Neh
ia furnished by each of tha two daily ' trafna U St.
Paul and Mtuneapolii, via tha
Leave Union Depot, -Omaha, 8:30 p. m. and 7:30 a. m. dally.
CITY'TICKET OFFICE, 1512 FARNAM STREET.
W. a. Davidson, City Vaasenge an4 Ticket. Agent.
WE CURE MEN nS"
. . Dosltlvaly If th
for T. iT, . v ZrV tuns you get Ihui. you never know what the. cost of your
Irtilnnt wHI be b caught In this grea.' medicine graft. Ws will ear,
m fao less moneV than any "ther specialist and accept tae money in any way yea
sTtaa to nTv Hef'ovi tebilit. Blood foUoo Kidney and biadd.r. Proatailo Troubles,
wl.kneis. Stomach and bkia Luaeasea, all ailments of men. no mailer how ae-
a OCTET WRITE FOR 8YM1TOM BLANK FOR HOME
rllEsiLai TREATMENT. EXAiUNATlON AM CONSULTATION.
OR. UcGREV CO., 215 S. 14, St. "zfiJSzr Omafia. Ksl
Dr. tieatTitJ a i carles, 119 S.
be burglarised and the members of lh
other chapters are taking clrry precaution
so as to stop the epklenilc of attempts t
TEACHERS TO MEET IN DENVER
of National F.deratleaal
latlea to Be Held
CHICAGO. Feb. 23. The executive com
mittee of the National Educational associa
tion announced today that tho annual meet
ing of the body would be held in Denver
July S to I. The state superintendent's
branch of the association will meet hers
raeanoaia follows L-t Orlpve.
Pneumonia often follows la grippe, hut
never follows the use of Foley's Honey and
Tar. for la grippe coughs and deep seated,
colds. Refuse any out the gonalne la tha
yellow package. Sold by all druggists.
THIRD JUDGE FOR NEBRASKA
Senate Cnmsalitee Orders FatorAhle
Report on Rills Affeetlag
WASHINGTON. Feb. 23 -Th . er-nate
committee on Judiciary today ordered fav
orable reports on bills providing, for an ad
ditional judge In .tha Judicial district of
Nebraska. r . . ,
A iprr In tho Stomach
Is dyspepsia, complicated with liver and
kidney troubles. Electric Bitters help all
such cases or no pay, 60c, For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
brash. Nausea, Headache. BtUtoutness
and many other bad symptoms; and, be
Hldex, you will not need laxative to keep
your stomach and Intestines clean and
If your Stomach Is sour or your food
doesn't dlsest, and your .' meals don't
tempt you why not get a' 60-cent case
today from your druggist and make life
worth living? Absolute relief from Stom
ach misery and perfect digestion ef any
thing you eat Is sure to follow five min
utes after, and. hexldes, one case Is often
sufficient to cure a whole family of
such trouble. ,
Surely a harmless, Inexpensive prepar
ation like Dlapepsln. which will always,
either st daytime or night, relieve your
stomach misery and digest your meals.
Is about as handy- and valuable thing as
you could have In the house.
Office Hours: 8:00 a. m. to 8:0 y. as,
Sundays. 10 to 1 only. If you cao
not call, write .
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Men afflicted with any ailment should go to tho Doc
tor longest established. most experienced and best aoo
cess. Our tveoty-f tvo years' successful practloe in curing
MKN haa enabled ua to perfect cures that have never been
surpaaaed, i if equalled. Tula successful experience ia value
able to our patients ana yon pay waaa coxed.
Established In Omaha 25 Years
This reputation wa have bald so " many years as tho
MOST KKi-lAaia; and UCC11-111- LKx-TOlta for MB.M
in tne Weat Men come to ua anowlng their true condition
will be honestly explained and ' treated. After a perfect ua
derstaadiug of each ce a fair, boneat price Is agreed
upon between doctor and patient, including all medicines
until cured. Our patients know Just what Tt will cost fog
a narmaaent cure before tiits basin treatment
fee Includes the MDIClKfc4. If yon two
By the Old Reliable Dr. Searles & Searles.
tstsblUbed In Omaha for XI yearn The many thous
ands of cases cured by us tue ws the meet exper
ienced Specialists In the West in ail diaeaaea and ail
menu of niou Ws know Just what will cure y eu
and cure HI ulckiy. ,
We Cure You, Then You Pay Ui Our Fee.
We make no niUitaUiug or f le atatemeels,' or offer
you cheap, wortliieaa iieblineut Our reputation and
lAUie are loo favurauly kuuku; every case we treat our
reputation ia at alaae Your health. Ilia and bappineas
la too aerloua a matter to place In tlia hanta of a
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