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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1909)
rtr. REAL ESTATE
r"T PRorr.nnt for ile.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Faraa aad Ha ark La ad.
10 ACRES good land with oo1 improve-
ems. 49th and Military At.-
Official Schedule American Association of Professional Base Balf Clubs, 1909.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY,- MARCH 2. 1?00.
' For Sale
A KM ALL. FRUTT FARM. FIVE ACRES,
WITH HiHSE. ONE AND HALF MILE
FROM FLORENCE. POSffKSSION CAN
HE OIV CN AT UNCI. PRICE REASON
ABLE. Creigh, Sons & Co.
W Be Bldg.
(13 U7 1
Mia rooms ami reception hall. downstairs
''nlthed in auk. ubstsirs hard pine, full
cement cellsr. . lot fruiu, hig'i and sightly,
aunny ami bright (3.7M). Submit offer, aa
parties -are leaving elty A p. II 1. Walking
OALLAUHEK & NELSON,
4 Brandels Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
LIST your property with Chi-a Boyr. JJd
n Cuming Pts. (19) 8E5
FARM AND KiAta LAND FOR t ALB
FO SALE Sub lot 4 of lot 7, Capitol add.,
also 44 ft. lot 1. block 148. Mu ma an
offer. SlrtUa C. Jones. 3 W. Prospect
Ava., Hollywood 81 . Los Angeies. Cat
' 13) M708 MIS
TARM AND FRUIT LAND.
Denver-Greeley district, under Irrigation;
sugar beeia, alfalfa, gweral farming and
frutt ralalng; low price, assy pay man t a.
National Investment Co.. 62 Brandets
'A (.g., urn aha ' Tel. Douglas 8SUL
KOCTT OCUNTT ranch ea. improved and
unimproved-, for sal by C. 8. McCandless
Co.. Craig. Caiu. (Al) MM 04
CORN LANDS Writs for state map. book
let and weavrher report, sent free. Basel
J. Meek. ChUUcethe. H (30) MIS M5x
Two Farm Bargains
Farm Ny. t--aa acres el miles north of
Plslnvtew. Jn Pierce county. Nebraska, be
ing the N. E. of 5-3-4. The land ia all
undar cultivation and grew an especially
good prop tha lkst year, ao la In good con
dition In aliow. There ia a nice grove of
trees and an orchard and It la fanned and
cr"ss-fncel. Tha buildings consist of a
amall house, gnod-slaed barn and other
We are told that this farm should aell
for (54 par acre, but If It ran o -sold within
the next two weeks we will take tM; en
rum braqca (2JtO. balanca cash.
Ksrm No. 3 1 acres In Merrick county.
Nebraska, being the N. W. of 14-14-7;
eleven- miles east of Palmer, five miles
north- of Archer; good six-room house and
nearly new barn about 3Tx50 ft.; goot gran
aries, cribs, sheds, etc.; thirty acres In wnn
This is a bottom farm: can practically
all be cultivated and ought to sell readily
at the price we ask (55 per acre.
For complete wrtts-up of Merrick re ntr.
Its resource, etc, ea pugs a. Halftone
Section. Sunday Bern. ., "
We must aeil these farms thia week or
rent them, so have made the above price.
Write quick if Interested snd we will show
the, to you.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
, General Land Merchants,
arwuad Floor. N. Y. Life Bldg.,
LINCOLN, COUNTY. NEBRASKA, has
the best crops to be found in the at-te and
tu lowsst prtoes for farm land and stock
ranches . For particulars aad lists apply
to Buehanan Patterson, Land and Im
migration Ajreata. U. B. R. R.. North
PUtte, Neb. (20 M68S M9x
FOR &ALE A snap; 180 acres of good
land. J1 miles from St. Paul, Neb.; 79
acres under cultivation. 39 acres meadow,
Su acres pasture, ail fenced; small bouse,
barn, good weii. shade and fruit trees;
pi.ee. with M ai-rea of winter wheat. If
sold anon. CJ0 per acre. J. P. Forst, St.
Paul. Neb. ta AakM 4s
TRUCK GARDEN FOR SALE,
s-acre truck g rdea in the city limns of
Newata, Okl., a town of 8.0n people and
growing fast. The first man who starts
a trues garden will not only make a
fortune out of truck, but will realise a
big profit on his land. Let us tell you
about it. Nowata Land and Lot Co., Suits
J4 N. T. Lite Bldife- Phone Red 1W9.
Open evenings. y -i j
49 ACRXS good farm land within 3 miles
C Mao. Nowata Co.. OkL. C3 per acre.
Nowata IMd and Lot Co.. Suite i24 N. Y.
Life Bldg. 'Phone Red 199. Open even
ings. . (20) 34218 4
'. FARM FOR SALE. '
ftu a-rs . fltia prairie land. 1 miles from
town in Nowata Co., Okl., 33 pr acre.
There are flowing ail wells all around thia
ii. Change fur fortune In this. Open
nings. Nowata Land and Lot Co.,
Sulla 4L N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red
w. . (JU-M21 t
DAKOTA bargain, lew acres, two miles
from Huron: ltu acres tilled. 10 acies fine
grove; a number of large, bearing plum
trees; 3 acres of ai ragua that prvjducea
about 4SU0 worth a year; new 4-room
house 74xJ6: new bars 18x3: another build-'
lug 3x50; a large root cellar: a new I-lnch
flowing well, flows i gallons per minute.
Vegetables and grain took Ski worth of
pnaew at the South Dakota state fair la
but- Soil la a de.p sandy loam, with clay
ubaoll. It taken soon I will sell for
(LLC, K,0tw caao and te.'j09 on time at t
per seat O. . Mckoama, Huron. S. D.
GENERAL AGENCY for Texas lan da
Large And amall tracts. Large tracts at
lowest whoiraale prices. Orange groves
owveluped by ountract. Write Packard
L iLar. Cameron. Mo. U M587 M9x
FOR SALE 49 acre fruit and vegetable
irrigate d land near Spokane. Waan., at
sacrifice. Write H. . Smith. College.
Tabor. U- . (Ji M208 AJx
lUO-ACRS relinquishment sad Improve
ments, taw: pine timber and fruit land.
-mile from P. (A; hign and very health
ful, house and barn. sawmills close.
Write. Pa4 Baker, Sylva. Marlon ounty.
Ark. - t MSM 3x
TOUR CHANCK TO a IT
IS acres, impreved, - 4 easo. Balance
S eras, improved. 11.30a cask. Balanca
to suit you.
acres. Improved. 8u9 cash. Easy terms
aB bal DC -It
yo ky you will loss. Coaas at aacs.
COUNTY INVESTMENT CO..
f -Hi lie l mmtr Il4-4srt fruit aad atewa
"v . jut); eaa taraui e4 for Ul itratedl
eK-MBOM. J. T. 4mpolL Lltch fl.ld.
WHEN yeu u its te advertieara. iwhisj
has that It takes but aa extra etroke or
twa af Ue pes mentioa taai taut i
l aasr is ad la Ts fie
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrants- W.
Farnam Smith Co.. 13J8 Farnam at.
PAYNE. BOSTWTCK A CO. N. T. Life.
Private money; K to 13.' "W; low rate.
V TO (S.OnO on homes In Omaha. O Keete
Real Estate Co.. hJl N. I. Life Doug
or A-n. (
FIVE PER CENT MONET
tu loan on
Otnr-a Busmen Property.
Room L New York Life Bids.
CHOICE LOANS ON IMPROVED OMAHA
PROPERTY OR FARMS; low rate. n.
delay. L Slbbernnen, Old Boston Store Bd.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Room 417-1 First Nat l Bank Bidg.
Bell 'phone Douglas 318. tJ S4
LOWEST RATES Bern. a. Paxton biock.
MONET TO BUILD.
I.V to U'l.Offl at current ra'ea.
W. H. THOMAS. 50 First Nat I Bank BMg
Hon TO ni.iM made promptly. F.
Wead Bldg.. U'.h and Farnam.
WANTED City loan a
Peters Trust Co.
PRJVATE money to loan.
St B run lie is Bicig.
MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONET-NO DELAY.
GARVIN BR08., 14 FARNAM.
MONET to loan on Improved Omaha prop
erty. Conrad Young, 1518 Dodge St.
WANTED Private money to loan on first
ral eatate mortgagee. Address Box 6.
Benson, Neb. (3) 'Tl 4
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE are getting Inquiries for real barg:una
In Omaha property. It must be cheap If
w list for you. Nowata Land and Lot
Co.. Suits C4 N. T. Life Bldg. Phone
Hied ia Open evenings. iai-M3l
WANTED TO BORROW
BUSINESS man with paying business
needs (1.0U0 to CuuQ additional capital.
Will Incorporate and gtuu-antee U p r
cent. Legitimate business. Well estab
lished. Address M-S. care Bee.
(34 1SJ 2x
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for secondhsnd fumltura,
carpets, clothes and shoes. TaL Doug. 37l.
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, stoves, cUithing, shoes. Tel. Red
Wl J5 TS
WANTED TO RENT
PARTT desires to rent brick store build
ing about 22jttf: must be good location;
would prefer south end of town; will
give good rent for desirable place. What
have you? Address D 90. care Bee.
(U M209 4x
TOl'NG man. employed, desires board and
room In strictly private family. State price
and full particulars In first letter. Ad
dress L 97. care of Bee. (26) M170 2x
NICELY furnished room in private family;
must be nesr car line. 'Phone Harney
707. 20 187 i
FURNACE, steam and hot water repairs;
Thermostats and otner heat regulators;
new furnaces and hot water combination
heating. Omaha Stove Repair Works.
1208-Uug Douglas St. Phones: lnd. A-9S21;
Bell, Douglas SO). 874
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
W. T. Grunam and wife to iva B.
Suuie Hupper, part lot 36, S. i Hog
era' una. mm l
Eiixabeth L. Wead to Peter Jensen
lot 3. block 15, Ajnbler Place 225
William E. Yarton and wue u C. C
VS etmure and wife, 13. oM acres in
ne'e, sw Ju-lo-13 4,000
W'. ri. Lemer et aL to Florence A.
Chase, 4u acres 11-14-12 1
Nellie Smith et al. to Peter Peterson,
lot 3. Pruyn a subdlv L9
Aetna Truat company tc Henry An
derson, lots 1 to 12 and 14 to 2U, block
97, Florence j
Joseph McCleneghan and wife to J. A.
Johnson. neSi e nw", and gov
ernment lots 2 and 3, 27-16-8 30,0)0
Emma R. Moore and husband to Mike
Shapiro, part taxlot 9. 10-14-13 1
Same to same, part same - 1
Glenn 3. Haynea to Flora A. Haynea,
lot 14, block 3, A. S. Patrick s add.. 500
Dean S. Efner and wife to C. K. r
man and wife, part lota and a,
block R, Lowes add XIsS
Iva B. Soule Hopper to Millie Ryan,
part lot 28, 8. E. Rogers Okahoma. 3,300
William E. Pelsor to Chsrles L, Rob
erts and Wife, lot U. Elllstons Park
Frank Pasrak and wifs to Jamea pt
vonka. e lot 24. Hawley Terrace,. ' 1
Jeremiah Sullivan to Security Land
and Trust company, lot 1. block 13.
Omaha View o
Ludwig Grimm to E. W. Roblson. sw'-i
swV 23-15-10 o
William A. and Oak C. Redlrk. ex
ecutors snd trustets, to Frank A.
Rltter, lot 9. block 8. Oak Chatham
Emma A. Myers and husband to Emll
H. Ertckson. lot 7. block 5, Max
well' s 2d add j
Julia D. Godfrey to Hurry Lavinder.
el5 feet lot 14 and n50 fact of el4 feet
lot 13. block 7s. South Omaha X5u0
James H. Sherwood to J. 3. Spellman,
lot o, block 12, Biford Place J
Chester C. Williams to Russell J.
Walsh, part lot s. block 9. Benson.. SO
A- L. Reed et al. to Joseph Wagman.
part lots snd 7 block t, Drake's
Albert Sohultx and wifs to A. F. Mlts
laff. lots 12. 13. 14. 16 snd 18. block L
Jennie Ureenspun to Jennie D 8tow.
lot 4. Boehme s suhdiv 3.90V
Marv E. Bean to John H. Levy, new
John H. Levy to Joseph B. Wardell,
Joeeph B. Wardell and wife to Claua
Kuehl. part same 11.330
United Rt-al Estate and Trust com
pany to Hugh E. Wallace, lot 10,
block 31. Kountse Place i.too
George E. Stifel and wife to John
Kunnemann. s 33-18-1L 14,3ns
P. L Hall and wife to John Ewbank.
ne 2-14-11. aeH 34-15-11 and other
Douglas Security coraaany to George
8 Tlcknor. lot 5. block 1 Virginia
Elliabeth B Doren and husband to
Waiter T. Waldron. w se1 aecttr.n
4; eA ne" snd nw 1 ne section 8;
eS neV 17-18-11 jrjm
Walter T. Waldron and wife to Ben
hart Gottsrh. ei ne and n nr
Same to Hans Johansen. wV se 4-laV
Paxton Real Estate company to Vital
Cuupal. n1 lot 12. Keystone Park... 840
Benjamin F. Hutchlna and wife to
John Howe, lot 13. block 1 Floroma 3.5o
Chris Jensen and wife to the Chris
Jenaen A Sons Realty company, lota
1 and 3, block 41: sad feet lot L block
41. and lot t block 11 A Omaha, aad
other lota 39.909
A. H. Scott and wife te Karen O'sen.
el2 feet lot 9. block 14. Improvement
Association add '
Alexander Mayewakl to William Ne
voiti. lot . block 3 Hastings A
Harden s add jog
Cleaser Wakelev trustee, and wife
to Esnma C. Cos. lot 9. block 3.
Brlgga P1ao . XA
Jamee P. Ford and wife to Henrietta
OlerVLh. lot 3. Ford's Saratoga add . ITS
John B. Klauaner and wife to-Swan I.
Bensoa. n4 feet vi4 fee lot 4. biorg ' v
T. Reed's 1st add ggg
Same tt Amanda C Swansntt, s3t feet
of net fearf of wos feet Ut . block
T. Reed's 1st add , J.108
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Sunday and holiday dates enclosed in
PENSIONS FOR PROFESSORS
Third Annual Eeport of Officers of
the Carnegie Foundation.
SEVENTY-EIGHT NEW NAMES
Espeadltaree DarlaaT the Year Oaly
Little More Tkaa Half laeoase,
Wklrk la Over Half
NEW TORK, March 1. The third annuel
report of the president and treasurer of the
Carnegie foundation for the advancement
of teaching was made public today for the
fiscal year ending September 30, 19 .
Seventy-eight names were added to the
retiring allowance roll at a total coat of
3113,785. This Included pensions to fifteen
widows of professors. The distribution of
these allowances was general, from Maine
to California. The maximum amount of
the retiring allowance was Increased from
(3.000 to $4,000 and the penalon will be
granted to the widow of a professor in an
accepted Institution, who has for ten years
been married to the professor, the pension
to be one-half of what ths husband would
have been entitled to receive.
President Henry Smith Prttehett of the
foundation says that much has been done
during- the last year to do away with poli
tical Interference In state colleges and uni
versities and to assure an academic free
dom and tha elimination of politics from
education. He cltas the trying experiences
at tha University of Wyoming and the
university of the new state of Oklahoma,
during tha last year, where In the former
case ths president was dismissed and In
the latter the president snd seversl pro
fessors expelled because of political agita
tion. These experiences are not likely to
happen acaln In any part of ths country,
The present assets of the foundation are
(10.762.953. The total Income for the fiscal
year ending September 30. 19. ass (530,304
and total expenditures (147.072, leaving an
accumulation of 3243.233
Battleships at Hew Yarku
New Yorkers got ths first glimpse of a
portion of the "round the world bnttleshlp
fleet" today, when the battleships Rhode.
Island and New Jersey steamed majesti
cally Into port and anchored off Torop
kinsvllle. Btaten Islend, where they will
stow powder and shot and shell preparatory
to going to the navy yards for some minor
tinkering snd to have themselves arrayed
In tha nsw service color of gray. After
discharging ammunition the Rhode Island
will proceed to the Brooklyn Navy yard,
and the New Jersey will go to the Boston
When the channel leading to the harbor
was reacAed, Forts Hancock. Wadsworth
and Hamilton boomed out a welcoming
salute, and thia was answered by the
Rhode Island. The harbor orsft then took
up ths not of welcome and all the- way
up the bay and until the battleship reached
Its anchorage ths vessel was greeted with
the shrill blast of steam whistles and siren.
The battleship New Jersey? which arrived
several hours titer, rectlved a simi'ar greet
ing. Ea.e I lifragt D.eiaaitraiUa..
Throughout ths United States today. In
every city In which a mealing could be
arranged, there was an "equal suffrage
demonstration" under the auspices of the
socialist party and the socialist women's
societies. Ths meetings were provided for at
the national conference of the socialist
party la Chicago, which set February 3
aside as "woman suffrage day" and marked
the time as one on which a political party
eame forward aa the champion of women's
right to tha ballot.
Two meetings were held here in further
ance of the plan, one in the Murray Hill
lyeeum In Manhattan, the other In the
Labor lyceum in Brooklyn. Prominent so
cialists and suffragists were present and
ths entnuslaam manifested wag sincere and
earaest. In the Manhattan mealing Miss
Leonora O'Reilly, "the Girl of the Ten
ments." and a prominent member of ths
Woman's Trads union, made a speech to
which etia denounced ths women who op
pose equal suffrage
One thousand women and several hun
dred men attended the meeting In Brook
1a, which enthusiastically andorsed' the
right of women to vote. Mrs. Borrman
Wells, tha English advocate of woman suf
frage, sent word that Illness prevented her
Mra. Frances Hatbew Fraser. who pre
sided, declared that if women were grsnu-d
ths rght of suffrage child labor would
undoubtedly be regulated on a more hu
mane basis, if permitted at all.
Wssl Objects te Wad Alewhat.
Major General Leonard Wood, command
ing ths Department of the East, has issued
a general order to the officer the de
partment, commanding them ts Impress
upon ths enlisted men the desdly effects
that follow the drinking of wood alcohol
or denatured alcohoL It was said on Gov
ernor's island that headquarters had re
cessed reports concerning the drinking of
wead aicoaol at one of tns artillery posts
la ths department. Death followed. '
tslMssssr Bail Bill.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. March L Ths
committee oa criminal iurlsrudance of ths
house of represent lives of the Missouri
general assembly, today reported favorably
a bill pruhahnmg baa bail oa Sunday. The
measure was introduced by A O. Stanley
of Worth county. The bill now goes aa the
rt leaner for engrossment.
Clyde WUIisau with Dssvtr.
AMES. Is. March L 'Special. Clyde
WUiutiCA. tuuMsaXui as ioul biL baa ball
WKen You See This, if s a
!gm Yon Know
lnd banket ball coach at Iowa. State col
'ege, has signed to piay third base for
Denver next year. Williams was with To
do last year. In all probability Catcher
Rltter. sepured from the Brooklyn club,
will manage the Grisxlies - this season.
Denver has also secured Glllen. a pitcher
HOPPE TTPE OF f LEAS .SPORT"
Chaaaploa BIMardlat rise Example af
Prewal Day apaktssea.
Willie Hoppe. the World s ichamptrm bil
liard player, who ia at the Paxton for
exnibttion matches with local cracks,
ia a fine type of the debondalr sports
man of the twentieth century. His mode
of living Is a testimonial tu the scrupulous
fidelity present-day a port a en are living
to their respective profeaaiona. time eleva
ting them to a plane of permanent popu
larity. Mr. Hoppe ts but 21 year of age. He won
his title when 18. Apparently the fact
that he can beat any other man In the
world playing billiarda does not turn the
young man heal either way. H- Is a
modest, seemingly, as If he were the
poorest billiard player.
The young man la handsome, of florid
complexion and well educated, a Rood con
versationalists. Like may of the other
young men who are today standing at the
front of their lines of spurt, he adheres
to the simple, abstemious life.
"While my work Is not to strenuous or
taxing on the nerves, except In a big
match. I find it necessary to keep In per
fect form always. I do not indulge in
beverages of any kind and follow a fixed
course of living-." '
' Mr. Hoppe la up on all lines of genuine
sport 'and takes great Interest In them
all.yfiut. of course in his chosen profession
he finds grealest delight. He is an ardent
base ball fan, being a good American
For the great men who have gone before
him aa the champion billiard players, he
has high regard snd particularly so for
the old Wutaard Jake Scnsefec, of whom
k spoke in a sympathetic way:
"Mr. Schsefer Is out In Denver, a very
sick man. Ha forfeited the title of rham
plgn after showing to the world that he
was Its greatest billiardiat. and ts now too
weak to handle a cue."
Hoppe began playing billards with his
brother In his fatners hotel st Cornwall.
N. Y.. at the age of 8 and has been at it
constantly since. f
While In Omaha. Hoppe will do all his
playing in the Paston banquet room, taking
an all the local men alio care to tr
him. He has brougnt nia own cushions. He
Is a free agent and represents no firm.
DENIAL BY JtMES JEFFRIES
rastlWt Says He Did Say He
Maal Fight Aahua-a.
CHICAGO. March l.-'I will fight Jack
Johnson tor the heavyweight chaniptonulup
of the world if I tin ahle to gel Into condi
tion to do myself Justice." said James J.
Jeffries, who stopped off here- on his way
u New York today.
"Ths story from Omaha that I said I
would fight Johnson as aoisi as X finished
my vaudeville engagement is not true,"
continued Jeffries. "I hsve never said de
finitely I would fight J.ihfison and 1 am
not ready to do ao now. My future de
pends on my ability to get into condition
and I am not oertain yet that I will be able
to do myteif Justice If I return to the ring.
I rr.ust huvrf more t'.me to analyse my 'im
dition before I will make any definite
The giant pugilist appeared to be :n ex
cellent condemn, but somewhat heavy.
Jet trie waK't'0!i)panled by Mr. Jeftries
and Sam Borser h:s sparring par'nsr.
L The siory winch Jetfrte see fit to deny
was puuiistieq Minnav mormi a oy ni
paper aad sent out from this city on the
strength of that story. -
The story which Jefferies sees fit to deny
was published Monday morning by a local
paper and sent out from this city; on in
strength of that ttory.
BOWLERS THKOXG PITTSBl 4t
Every Traia Leaded with Taarae
Caaleetaate Faatera Teams Taelay.
PITTSBURG. Match 1. Bowlers from
Toledo. Pittsburg and western Pennsyl
vania are the attraction for the first day s
session of the ninth annual t-iuraam-nl of
Uie American Bowling congress now being
held at the Duoueane Gardens.
Toledo will have three tesins- m the five
men events tonight. Accompanied by
many friends, the bowlers arrl ,cd today.
Every tram reaching pittu'oiig today is
bruigiiig bowlers from all (Mils of the
CHICAGO. March 1 St. Louis has in
vited the wraih of the Anurnts Bowling
congress by booking ths mid-west tourna
ment for next spring la Aaieruaa Buwiing
consrees territory and as a consequence il
is likely mat either Cha aco or Milwaukee
will be Invited to take the next natumal
meeting on tneir own terms, accuniing to
a spec I to ins Daily Naws from Ptta
ouxg luuay. ,
N Pitches il(aa.
John Lower, one of Pa s new twirlers hss
sent in nis signed rontrsct and miters are
expecttd U Jo. low sull befom the Week is
uuL bustf loss al 2cnuauiuan, Pa.,
land was with Cincinnati taut year
! member of the Ruirke family ai
! ordered to report March 3 and b
Dave is looking up the routine: of cu h and
preparing to send transportation, which is
an annual affair.
MAI SETTLE TROCBLE WITH AMES
lewa Will -itch Datee with Aggies
tu Aeeommodate Nebraska.
LINCOLN. March L Special.) The dif
ference over a date for their annual foot
ball game, which has been threatening for
the last three weeks to keep Nebiaxk and
Ames from meetum on tlie gridiron next
fall, seema to be In a good way of settle
ment, lo.va university is lending lt.i aid
to the Jwo sister schools and is likely to
succeed in its role of peacemaker.
The hitrh in the negotiations between
Ames nd Nebraska for a game occurred j
wnen me Agaies scneauieo lowa. univeimi.y
for a gHme on November 13. the date Man
ager Eager had been holding open on the
Cornhusker schedule for Ames. All of the
other dates on the Cornhuaker schedule
excepting November 13. were filled and It
was up to Manaa-er Eager to switch Kan
sas from November 6 to the following Sat
urday or for Ames to rhsnire Its same
with Iowa to the Sth. and meet the Corn
hukers on November 13.
Manager Eager found, upon communicat
ing with the Kanana management, that In
oe.ier to get the Javhawkers to oome to
Lincoln he would have to accept November
fi. Unle he took that date, he was told
he wouid have to meet the Jsyhswkers In
I.awrnc. Rather than lose the oppor
tunity of playing Kansas in Lincoln he
would foreso the chsnce to meet Ames
this year. The only course open then was
for Ames tu play Iowa on November 8 and
meet Nebraska a week later.
Iowa, now learning of the sltustjon be
tween Nebraska snd Ames and seeing the
only solution to the problem, hss offered
to meet Ames on the earlier date. Novem
ber 6. so that the Cornhuskers may plas"
the A-erstes one week later. The Iowa man
agement has notified Manager Eager of
the willingness on Its psrt to make arrange
ment to change the Ames date on its
schedule. Word of the conciliatory move
of Iowa has been sentto Ames and. to the
Nebraska management. It seems that the
Aggies can no lonavr object to meeting the
Cornhuskers on November 11
ROLIifH MAY NOT GET TO FIGHT
Saakaac Palle Are Aawat ta Pat -Baa
Spokane may put a r.Vmper on the pugt
pistic aspirations of Dr. B. F. Roller, ths
wrestler, who has recently decided he
would like to be a price fighter aa well as
wrestler. This news.which comes to The
Bee from Spokane Is timely In Omaha at
this date, because Roller has srranged to
wrestle Jess Westergaard in Omaha some
time this month, probably between the 12th
Everything had been arranged for a
sej-t.'S of four-round fights, ranging from a j
battle for tljuio between Boomer weeks,
a m-mrer of the Spokane fire department,
and Dr. Roller of Seattle, down to scraps
of the meal ticket, variety, according to the
report from Spokane, when Mayor Moore
gum-shoed to town from southern Cali
fornia, and handed Ren H. Rice, chief of
police, an order which has all the char
acteristics of a juicy lemon from the fight
"Everything's off" quoth Chief Rice, who
snnuunced some time ago he would permit
four-round contests. provided they are
pulled off under the direction of recog
nised clubs, adding:
"The mayor has placed the boxing grama
where it belongs a sport for pleawure and
rxetctse. Any club complying with the Pa
cific Northwest association's rules can have
boxing contests, but the parttrlpsnts must
be smateur. boxing under amateur rules.
This spplles to every club In ths city. In
cluding ths Young Men s Christian asso
ciation. They all look alike to me."
Mayor Moore's announcement came as a
surprise to the fighters and promoters, at
least a doxen of whom traveled several
thousand miles to get In on the ground
floor. They say this Is the first- time in
the history of the organisation that tha
American Athlellc union haa T)een recog
nised by a city government.
Tharpe, Craig and Tewwaead Make
Them at 4iaa Shoat.
. Three scores of 97 were made Suoday
sflernoon at the practice shoot of the
Omaha Gun club at the Townaend Gun
club grounds. Thorpe. Craig and Town
send each broka 97. Frank Haskell and
Elmer Cope also broke into the game, but
tnat is about ail tliey broke, although Cope
got a 19. Frank Par alee, the veteran
with the gun. also tried out twenty-five
tsrgets Just to see how his eye wss snd he
broke twenty-four of them. The score:
Lewis, W. D..
Iewis. C A...
20 22 22 2185
TA 3 34 24 7
22 3 24 2391
18 3D 31 2281
3 3 .. -1
21 22 21 21 84
21 2 24 2387
3 18 .. ..39
24 .. .. I 24
21 3 . ..44
18 Ju 18 ..58
14 18 .. ..-33
16 lk 18 .. &i
2 J3 .. ..-46
18 .. ..3
3 ... .. 48
24 3 24'24-OT
2S 3 3 24-
24 3 24 3 97
HOCTORI OW GETTING BEADY
Swath Oataha Baa Ball Team Waats
Mar Boaaviaas far Sesass.
Several games with teams from out of
town have alr.ady been booked by the
Hnrtor iaae ball team of Siutn Omaha
and G. K. Claana. 1419 North Twenty-fifth
irei, manager, is lo king for more buok
ings. Three men have been added to the
team Brown, catcher; baker, shortstop,
and Wright, pitcher. Th proceeds from a
numbr of dances given during the winter
will be used t buy gray uniforms for the
members of the team.
CH ALLK.ttiE roa TKS1II IIP
I'altwd ttate Asaaelallaa leaae Dfl
t Aastrallaa Traphp Haider.
NEW YORK. March 1.-President James
Dwight of tns United States National Lawn
Tennis association, today caaied a chal
lenge for the Dwight F. Davis interna
tional cup to the secret ,ry of the AJstral
fu Lawn Tennis ssaociallon, the proeent
holders of In trophy.
Normau E. Brooks and A. F. Wilding
successfully defended tns Davis cup for
Australia last year tgalnal Be ia C. W rig fit
and Frederuk E. Alexander.
Fart Craw Tsanwy
The regular winter field tournament
uiu i a i staU ud lur k'vsx C'Mvt lut
Tuesday and Wednesdsv has been noM
poned until further notice because of the
mudiiy condition of the gi -ounl The
postponment la quite a disappointment to
tha members of the regiment as they had
been making qultn extensive preparationa.
ACROSS-l -OSTI EXT A I TO RUE
Uit-DIMtart Cob test t Re Feature
f Slaska-Yekoa Exposition.
NEW YCRK. March 1 The Automobile
Club of AmerS-t has sranted s sanction
for the proposed transcontinental automo
bile race, which the management of the
Alaska-VukonrPaciflc exposition proposes
to hold some time this summer between
some point on the Atlantic seaboard, yet
to be determined, and Seattle. Wash.
A handsome trophy has been offerM for
the face by M. Robert Guggenheim and.
in addition, substantial cash prises will be
given to driver. Entries comprising the
Great Britain, Belgium and the L nited
States are expected.
Much the same regulations as those
governing such contents as the Targa
f'.orio and Ardennes circuit races, in all
likelihood, will prevsil.
Betrays Secret by Diatribe tlag Salts
a White Sox Train.
CARLIN. Nev. Mareh l.-"Bllljr" Sul
livan performed hia first official act as
manager of the Chicago American league
ha ball Hub on the train veeterday. He
betrayed to his teammates that he Is to be
Fielder Jones successor by distributing a
part of the ualfur s that will be worn by
the team. He had not acted in any official
capacity before this, but he will have to
take hull from now on and lead the club
If Jones does not return at once.
The White Sox epeenil entered California
today and wlH arris at Sacramento this
afternoon. The first' division testn will
proceed to San Frafielsc. but the second
will change to Baersmrnto for Sin Diego.
(iOTCH ANT J4HSOIT MATCHED
Bis Wrestle-s Will Meet la Chicago
Ahost April 18.
CHICAGO. "March 1 Frank Gotch. the
champion wrestler of the world, and Tus
siff Mahmout. the latest of the "Terrible
Turks." have been matched and will meet
here about April 14 the exact date still
being undecided. The match will be fur
the world's championship.
Tha purse la said to be (10.000. with the
division yet to be decided upon. Mahmout
has defeated Frd Beell. Amertcua. Raoul
de Roue. Tom Jenkins. Charles Olam and
many others since coming to this country.
Baa trie Clfy Leaga.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March l.iSpedal.l
The Beatrice City Base Ball league was
organised Saturday night by the election
of the following board of directors: B. E.
Drummond. Harry Doll. Dr. P. Y. Gass.
E. 3. Garber and Morris Freshman. The
board of directors will meet next Wednes
day evening to elect officers and atart the
ball te rolling for the season.
DOUBLE TRAGEDY IN PITTSBURG
Captain of Easjla roaepaay Cats
Wemaa'a Tkrsat aad Attempts
PTTSSBURG. March L With Mrs. Anna
Baxter, a widow whom he had courted for
several years, sitting on his lap In her
home today, William Gearhart, captain of
an engine company, suddenly drew a"or
from his pocket and slashed the woman
across the throat. She exiled for help, and
her son and daughter drugged her from
Gesr hart's arms and notified the police.
When police officera arrived, they found
Gearhart lying on the floor, his throat cut
and a big knife in his hand. Both victims
wsre taken to ths hospital, where It is
said their recovery Is doubtful. No cause
whatever Is assigned for the deed.
DETECTIVES TO GUARD TAFT
Five Chlcagt Amrer Leave far
Waahlatrtoa far Duty Dwrtagr
CHICAGO. March 1 ive Chicago detec
tives, who will act as the personal body
guard of President-elect William H. Tart
during the inaug-jrstion, left here tonight
for Washington. The men are. Sergeant
Joseph Barry. William Rohan, Arthur Mc
Carthy and Frank Murphy. The squaj
was in charge of James Markhara. prtvaf
secretary to Cnl-f Sulppy. MaVkham, B.-r:
and Rohan acted aa Mr. T&ft's bodyguard
during his cam pa n. and also acted as
guard at ths inaug-irations of Presidents
Roosevelt and Ml Kin ley.
VERDICT AJAltT It lot PACIFIC
Hfl I'M Sl'wlk mtf 4Tafml4 IslemsSms - aVrnVytJaltBmt
Five Thaasaad Dw I la ra
ti RAN D ISLAND, Neb.. March L (Spe
cial.) The case of Mrs. A. Maggie Marsh
against ths Union Pacific, damages In if.e
sum of (15.000 being aeked for -on ac
count of the death of her husband at the
Union Pacific shops, was aettled by agree
ment between the parties at bar, the com
pany paying (5.90i and the costa Ths
agreement was reached after the
plaintiff testimony had been put in, and
the court instructed the Jury to bring in
tha verdict etipulated. Marsh was killed
by colliding with an obstacle In a dark
placa In the shops, the allegations being
that great negligent was shown in per
mitting the obstacle to be at such a
Tar Galdca Weddlaga.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. March 1. Spe
cial. I Two gulden weddings hava Just been
celebrated in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs.
Hans Asmos Kllngenberg celebrated the
fiftieth anniversary of their wedded life
at their fins home near Chapman, In the
circle of a large Dumber of fiends; and
Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Nlcholsoa, r of this
city enjoyed a Ilk anniversary last ei en
lug In the circle of their Sons and daught
ers and grandchildren. On of luc sons of
ths UUer eoaple Is a clerk la the office of
Clerk Thuinmel of the federal couit at
Omaha, anal another Is la tha office of the
local light and water commissioner. The
lallar couple were uiarrto 4 la Waighton
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEET- .
ING Notice Is hereby given that th '
regular annual meeting of the stockholder!
of ths South Platte Land company will tM
held at the office of said company al
Lincoln. Nebraska, at U o'clock a. m.." s
ths third dsy of March. A. D., 1909.
C. H. MORRILL. President.
A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln, Nebraska. February L l-
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Reaches tha U Stack Me a.
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