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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1909.
riTV REAL ESTATE
r,TT fROPERTT FOR 9.M.K.
Every Day is Bargain
-room ettage with bath, elty water, gas.
Jtstern. fltubla reTlar. fine, lawn and garden:
i an be bought on easy lnni
At Soil Chicago I an S-rnom house,
trinity modern and within esy walking
fllstsnee of down town. Thlt bouse la a
bargain at the price even without the
extremely easy terms that the owner offers.
IxMik at It and thMi see us.
J. A. Langan & Son,
r tt. t.
!) 280 1
Pnd Ht., near 4M we hsvs a new, all
modem house; hot water heat, (all, plsas
ant parlor extending entire, length of house;
beautiful dlntng room and kitchen and
pantry and refrigerator room on first floor;
oak floors and with cherry woodwork; 4
bedrooms and bath on aocond floor; ele
gant Combination fixtures; large lot and
enrloead with attractive fence and fine
shrubbery and rose bushes. The owner
must sell ard has reduced the price to
IA.VO and will consider a smaller cottage
as part payment.
Come now If you want a nice home.
ft. P. Dodge & Co..
lilt Farnam Bt.
(19) MB t
We buy the nobbiest bungalow cottage In
tVI Omaha; 7 tuomi complete on one floor;
"Jjuartered oak fnish nsd floora. Two lota
100x120. Paved street and permanent walk.
Will decorate and put. In fixture to suit
1'urchaser. 61 48 Dodge St. Bee It today.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N T. L. Pldg.
. Tela. Doug. 17SL A.-1188. -
(i m 4
Whrlia ft. on 8. W. cor. nh d Ames.
fiftxl&o ft. south front on Parker St., near
Military Ave. ,
lfftb and Farnam.
434 B. of T. Bldg.
0 r. 4
LOTS FRONTING HANSCOM PARK are
the most desirable In the city; If you buy
now you can get at a bargain 6tx243 feet,
east front. olning Mr. Ben White's hand
some residence. Address H. Hanly, 16U
Dodge 8t. , (19) M2W 4x
a W. HAZBN, formarly with F. D. Wead.
now rocated at - 12 Douglaa Blk. Real
estate. Investment and Insurance.
il M317 A3
J-room. 1-story cottage on 12th St.. near
South Omaha, not modern, large lot faces
east. Very cheap, easy terms. f
HARWOOD 4k HARWOOD.
Both 'Phones. 41 Bee Bldg.
- (19) M31I 4
TEN-ACEE FRUIT FAR2I
en acres In bearing fruit, which con
nata of peaches, peara and apples; 1 acre
ji good timber; 1 acrea garden land. Thla
'a a splendid proposition. Owner left state
n account of his health. Prlca $2,250. Can
how you thla at any time.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 114 HARNEY,
(1 29 1
Are you looking for .
HOUSE or LOT.
We have Just what you want.
.- ITS A BARGAIN.
P. O. N1ELSON A CO.,
roi N. Y. L. Bid. Both 'Phooea,
ONB acre. Hyde Park. rTUT7 feet, corner,
Ki6. F. D. Wead. 11 Farnam t-
FTVK room hoase with oak finish and
gas. Hh and Burdett- n.wX F- D. Wead.
1801 Farnam St. (!) l4 I
. MUST GO
81 x rooms and reception hall, downstairs
finished in ek. upste'ra hard pine, full
eellar. lot 60xJO. high and sightly
sunny and bright M.7W. Submit offer, as
parties ere leaving city Apni i. nmmi
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
aM Brandela Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
I (1)-M21 4 4
Comer lot on Military Ave., neai Country
Club, V. D. Wead. 1S01 arnam St.
(1) tX 4
WFST FARNAM RIDGE "
cine east front expensive house. Owner
moved from city. Price CKiX $I.S0O cash,
balance per c01- F. D. 'Vea4. 11j1
1 HAVE six modern brick houses In West
rrnam street district which I caa Mil
tJi K.uU0 each, or perhapa less.
Room 1. New York Life Building.
IF TOU HAVX
City property, farma, ranch lands or mer
chandise to sell or trade, list -them with
rae. It coels you nothing uhm 1 effect
a sale. W. W. Mitchell. &C Board of
Trade Pldg l-4
riRH iKD Hi.MH LAND FOR SALS
OR SAIJC-Sub lot of lot 1, Capitol add
. rt lot 1. block It Make me a
fr Hinlla C. Jones, tat W. Propec
Ave.. Hollywood Sia., Los Angvlea. tai
rmu AND FRUIT LAND.
, .r:,i district, under Irrigation
sugar beets, alfalfa, gaueral farming and
, it raiaina: low DTic. easy poy meats.
National laveatment Co., 662 brandcu
bi'.g . omaha Tel. Douglaa bil.
KOLTT COUNTY ranches. Improved and
inimDrovea. lor Nut vw o-
e Co.. Craig. Colo.
t)R SALE. 70 ACRES
Three miles from Council Bluffs postofflce
..rllnl for platting; soil the beat; gar
denlng or suburban residence; Just right
i..r &-acre tracts: on Bioadway, Cfeacent
road. Address Robins, WeeterTllle. Ohio.
Ijoi bum ii
iVBn' I-ANDS Writs for state map. book
let "and weather report. ent free. Haael
1 Umx, Chllllooths. Mj. ( Mla Msg
nap: la) acres of
land. "" trun' Bt- N,b-.; 71
'"VTi under cultivation. acres meadow,
i. .. res pasture, all fenced; small fcoua.
tarr T good well, shade and fruit Us;
rr,. with M acres of winter whest. if
PARM ASD H1M1I lKU FOR S ALB
1 acres high, rolling, good Improve
ments; Ideal farm f'r a home, on mac
adam road; price 1125 per acre.
un acres In same location; pi ice 113 per
O'KEEFE HEAL ESTATE CO.
I'M N. Y. Life Rld . Omaha, Neb.
Bell and Independent Phone.
. tfij-SS I
LINCOLN COUNTY, NEBRASKA, lias
the t-est mi to be found In the state and
the lowest prices for farm land and stock
ranches For particulars and lists apply
to Buchanan Patterson, Land and 1 m
nngratiim Agsnta, U. P. K. R, North
Platte. Neb. (20, MMS Mx
FuR RENT OR BALK Lots 7 to ! hlok ,
Cloverdale. Box li2. West Point, Neb.
v (A M-3o K
TO LKT OR FOR RA LK 2,C40-acre rWh
two miles from Ewing, Neb.; 150 acres
under plow. 2i) acres hay meadow; good
water and shade; one set buildings. Write
J. H. Tslboy, Hioux City, la.
400-acre, Thayer county, Improved farm, I
miloa from county seat; splendid build
ings, ail fenced and cross-fenced; never
falling springs of pure water; god aoil;
2fO acres in cultivation; abundance of
large timber; 15 acres In alfalfa. An Ideal
combination stock and grain farm. Price
only $.- pr acre. R-ferr-nor. First Na
tional bank, lirbron. Neb. 3 M39I 4
FARM OPPORTUNITIES near Salem. Ore.,
"The Cheiry City." on the beautiful Willt
aniette river; hop, walnut and fruit farms
pay 10 to l&uo per a. re, net; dairy farms
pay tJuQ; Improved farms l.!5 to per
acre; unimproved, tu to UA. Excursion
rates to Eulem in March and April. For
Information and hard facta address A. F.
Hofer, Secretary, board of Trade, Room
11. Salem, Ore. (2u-M2&? 17x
40 ACRES good farm land within I mUoa
of town. Nowata Co., Okl., lii per acre.
Nowata Land and Lot Co , 8ulte 6-4 N. 1.
I.ife Bldg. 'Phone Red 19W. upen even
ings. (2u MZIs 4
' FARM FOR SALE.
M acres fine prairie land, 1V miles from
town In Nowata Co., Okl.. fj& per acre.
There are flowing oil weila all around this
land. Chance fur fortune In ttiia. Opeo
evenings. Nowata Land and Lot Co.,
Suite 64. N. V. Life Bldg. Phone Red
1UM. A-Jm 4
DAKOTA bargain. 160 acrea. two miles
irom Huron; Iju acrea tilled. 10 acres fina
grove; a number of large, bearing plum
trees; 1 seres of aairaua that produces
about WO worth a year; new 6-room
nouae ax.n; new Darn I8xz; another build
ing 2tix60; a large root cellar; a new 2-inch
liowing wen, iiows ) gallons ier minute.
Vegetables and grain took 1 worth of
prizes at the South Dakota atate fair In
sou is a aeep sandy loam, with clay
subsoil. If taken soon I will sell tor
i 1.(0.0, ;,UU0 cash and fc.Ouu on Ume at 4
per cent. u. E. McMoniea. Huron, S. D.
GENERAL AOENCT for Texaa lands
Large and small tracts. Large tracts at
lowest wholesale prices. Orange groves
developed by contract. Write Packard
Utter, Cameron. Mo. taOj-MiS: Max
FOR SALE 10 acres fruit and vegetable
Irrigated land near Spokane. Wash., at
sacrifice. Write H. E. Smith, College,
Tabor. Ia. taj) MJttt AOx
TOUR CllANCE TO GET
GO acrea. improved, J0 caah. Balance
UO acrea, luiproveo, i.juu casn. Balance
to auit you.
ibD acrea. improve, sun casn. asy term
If you delay you will lose. Come at onoa.
THU ALLEN COUNTT INVESTMENT CO..
I20 M7j0 MlOx
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farsa s4 lUsrk Lui.
10 ACRES good land, with good Improve
ments, 49th and Military Ave.
(21) M3T6 4x
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrant W.
Farnam Smith to.. im caxnam Bt.
WANTED City loans.
Peters Trust Co.
RATES Bemia, Paxton block,
S50) TO SS.000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Heal f-atate to., wah t. x. uis. mux.
or A-2U4. 122) 66J
FIVB PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property..
Room L New York Life Bldg.
SEXXND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Room 417-ls First Nat l Bank Biag.
Bell 'phone Douglas six t
MONEY TO BUILD.
toM to SJttf.OuO at current rates.
W. H. THOMAS. 6ut First Nat l Bank Bldg
11 09 to SlO.onO made promptly. F, D. Wead.
Wead Bldg.. u'.n ana rarnam. ti-j sue
PAYNH. BOSTANnCK at CO.. N. Y. Llfa.
Private mooey; ax to ta.wo; low rata.
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. 6herwood.
Cf Brandela Bldg. aw
PRIVATE MONET-NO DELAY.
UAKV 1JN xlKOS., lout rAKMAM
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha prop
erty. Conrad lourg, iiiis ioige
WANTED Private money to loan on first
real estate mortgages. Address Box 4,
Benson. Neb. ta 777 4
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE are getting Inquiries for real bargains
In Omaha property. It must be cheap If
we list for you Nowata Land and lot
Co.. Suite C4 N. V. Life Bldg. 'Phone
TU-d 1W. Open' eveninge. lil MI20 4
WANTED TO BUY
HtflHEST Drlces for secondhand furniture.
carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. t',i.
REST orlca paid for secondhand furniture.
carpets, stove, clothing, shoes. Tel. Krd
M. ' , a-4,l
WANTED TO REN'
PARTT desires to rent brick store build'
ing about S.'xeV; must be good location
would prefer soutn end of town, sill
give good rent for desirable place. ta
nave your aquicn xj u, cai we.
WANTED By March Is. modern bou
heat, three bedrooms; family of four
northern nart of city; nearer Fort Omah
the brttcr. U. A. Warren, Fort Outaha
Tt4. Vitcr Tt'l. tj-M.- t
SITUATION wanted ibauffaur; good rs-
ralr man: all-round man. trivet tanilly
Go.l rtfereoces. Addrss U Vi. care of
BMk l iiVlM.
WtRK wanted by guod wuman. wahing
and bvw ticaiurg. jcu ntmry u.
FTRNACK. steam and hot water repairs;
Thermostats and other heat regulators;
r-ew furnaces and hot water combination
heating Omaha Stove Repair Warn.
13Vlj roug!aa St. Thones: lnd. A-31;
Bell. Douglas M0.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Joeph E. Fltcher and wife to Henry
Tretje. lota 12 and 1. bl--k i. Ben
nington $ 1.4TO
Oeorge T. Morton and wife to W. 8.
Frank, lot 6. block a. Omaha View..
J. H. Pherwood and wife to same. lot.
IS. block 7, Thomason It Ooos' addi
tion Lcuis Pchwer and wife to Alvo Ixng.
lot S. blm k 1 Burton's subdivision. .
Catherine Rancka to Karl and Mary
Krovacek. lots IS nnd 14. block i.
Potter Cnbhs' addition
Walter Breen and wife to Henry T.
Willis, lot 27. Mock 1 Hlmebuugh
H. B. Liggett and wife to B. F.
Hamann. part lota 21 and 21, Reeds'
Marl Krause and wife to Pletro
pcalio, et al, wH lot i. block ,
Shull a Second addition
Hastings A Heyden to Margaret Ann
Stephens, lot 11, block 1, Hastings
A Heyden's addition
Ole C. Olson te Abrat.am H. Scott,
sublot 4. ta lot S. tie1, ne-
Andrew O. Kruse and wife to August
H. tnaudlus, W4j cf s1 w
Florences Company to Elixabeth A.
Lyon, lots 14 and 16 Phelan's addi
Edward F. Trapp and wife to E. R
Hume, lot 21. block 1 and lot II.
block U. Bowling Green
William R. Mr rand and wife to Helen
M. Axtell. lot 1. block , Hoggs or
tllll's Second addition
E. O. Jackson and wife to-Tanner
Mclaughlin, aublot S. tax lot 33, se
The John A Creighton Real htte
& Trust Co.. to Charles Horn, lots
5. C and 8, block 4. Cnighton'a First '
Isabella Rlchey and husband to Ollie
B. Ilichey. et al. lot W. uie
Highland Renltv compnny to John J.
Byrne, trustee, part lot S. block 6,
Improvement Association addition ..
Hans P. Oehlert and wife to Andrew
Chrlsteneen. nfc ne and nw4 nei
Jl-16-13 1: -, "'
John H. Warrier and wife to Helma
Severson, lot 19. blcx.k S. Drakes
William A. Smith and wife to Joseph
M. O Brlen, lot 2. block 1. ilencoe
ftIrE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Match J, 1S. Scaled prcpoeals, in trtpll
eate -will he received here until 11 a. m.
central time, April 2. 1K. and then opened
for electric wiring. Installing electnc ngnt
lng fixtures, furnishing and installing
transformer, watt meter and making serv
ice connections to cavglrv drill hall. F'H
Information and blank forms of proposals
fun.lshed on application. Plans and soecl
flcationa may be s-en here, also In offices
of chief quartermasters at Omaha and
Deliver, and Master Builders' exchange
Kansas City, Mo. United States reserves
the right to nccept or reject any or all
t.rrnoaal. Envelopes to be marked "Pro-
ria!s for Electric Wiring. Etc.." and ad-
ressea xo iriAi.i ji. . u-.-, . id,
JMOUE FEAST OF CANADIANS
Fish, Fleh and Towl from All Parts
of America Served in New York.
SUGAR TRUST OFFICIALS TESTIFY
They Deny All Knowledge of Any
Mot "or 1 Device to Cheat
- Government by False
NEW YORK. March I. Broiled Pacific
whale, grilled blubber from Mootka, roast
Amaxon monkey, baked Winnipeg porcu
pines and boa. constrictor cutlets were
among the most Imposing features of the
annual dinner of the Canadian camp at the
Hotel Astor here tonight Thae delicacies
came at the end of the menu, the diners'
appetites being whetted earlier In the feast
by ordinary . viands, such aa Martlndnle
one-eyed trout, mountain lamb (with
horns). Newfoundland rabbit pie. spitted
Vancouver pigeons and African sorbet a la
Colonel C. J. lBuffaln Jones was the
guest of honor and the principal speaker.
His address, which the toastmaster de
scribed In advance aa a "challenge to na
turs fakera and mollycoddles" was illus
trated by a Berlea of stereopticon pictures
thrown on a white curtain at one end of
the hall. Not the least interetlng part of
the discourse were imitations by "Buffalo"
Jones of the cries of the coyote, bear.
mountain Hon. buffalo and other animals of
the plains, enabling any of the diners, the
speaker Bald "to recognixe these specimens
easily by ear. whenever they chanced to
get within speaking distance "
Isgsr Trut Offelals Testify.
Testimony given today by the officers
and directors of both the American Sugar
Refining company of New York, the cor
poration on trial for alleged false weigh
ing of sugar and the American Sugar Re
fining company of New Jetsey. the parent
corporation, practically concluded the pre
sentation of evidence for the defense. Coun
sel for the company said they expected to
present their last witness tomorrow.
All ths officers examined explicitly de-
nled knowledge of any fraudulent weighing
nieo inowrai" ,
devices In the company a possession or
Used by it to oeirauu ui t. iiuttu ctaic a
Henry Helks of the company, in hia tes
timony, declared tnat tne average prom
to the company on the sale of a pound of
sugar was H to of a cent.
Hetara of Prosperity.
From the figures made public today by
the appraiser of the port, tt appears that
the properlty wave long reported head
ing In this direction has at last reached
theM shores. During the month the value
of the diamonds, pearls, rubles and other
gem entered through this port aggregated
82.9I6.710.. a gain over the Imports of the
same class of merchandise during Febru
ary, 19. of tJHO.447. On all other imports
the total value aggregated $66,857,526. or
tl8.50O.OOl) more than for the corresponding
month last year.
Bigger. Better. Busier That's what ad
vertising In Th Bee does for your
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
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Alsw an4 Oaaoa. eHKlts Alfi.im.
Bfortfe 6Vcrmaa Uoya Travelers' Caoekf,
Oeincas Co Agsaxa, Broadway, at. Y,
ii. CUseseaias ft Vss. M Jesaghora hV. Cai-oa-o.
CROWDS CHEER BIG JEFF
Two Thousand People Meet Former
Champ at New York.
MAY NOT RE-ENTER RING AT ALL
Has Bees Tralnlag Lightly, bat Feir
Trsra' Rest May Make It I m pnm
slble to Get Hark Into
NEW TORK. March 3-James J. Jef
fries, retired heavyweight champion of the
world, was accorded a remarkable demon
stration on his arrival here today. A
crowd of nearly 2.000 people gathered at
the Grand Central statione and wildly
cheered the pugilist as he elbowed his
way to a carriage. Jeffries was accom
panied by his wife and sparring partner,
Finding his passage blocked by the
erowd. which kept up a continuous cheer
ing. Jeffries was compelled to accept- the
assistance of the station masters, who
escorted him to the baggage room, where
It was hoped that he raighi elude the
throng through a side door. The crowd,
however, was not to be denied and fled to
Vandorbtlt avenue, wher it quickly sur
rounded the west rt'! of the station and
blocked the passageway to the baggage
room. Meanwhile, a part of th? crowd
uscceeded In obtaining a passageway to
the baggage room, where It stood on
trunks and gave a further noisy welcome
to the pugilist. The door was finally
opened and Jeffries succeeded In getting
to a carriage wtili his party and was hur
ried away, while the crowd cheered lustily.
Jeffries appeared to be In very good phy
sical condition, notwithstanding the ract
that he lias been four years out of the
ring. Hfa eyca were clear and bright and
he said he believed he could be reduced
to normal fighting weight In time. The
"I have been training lightly for sveral
weka and have reduced my weight - to
about 245 pounds. Each day I find that
I can box faster than the day before and
I am delighted to find that my wind Is In
good shape. I feel first rate, but I can t
say definitely whether I will- again,, enter
the ring or not. I have been out of the
ring four years, and that may make it
Impossible for me to attain strict cham
pionship form again." '
Another crowd gathered around the of
fice building where Jeffries went on his
arrival here and the police were called to
clear the thoroughfare. ,
EVET THE RUSMSiO TRACKS
Booger Red Wins Kllgore Handicap
SAN FRANCISCO, March J.-Booger Red,
one of the gamest horses that has per
formed In California for many years, again
displayed brilliant form when he gained
neck victory over the speedy Pajarolta in
the Kllgora handicap at Emeryville today.
Dor ante was a pronounced favorite In the
third race, at a mile and seven furlongs,
but quit when in the last furlong. Orcagna
was never headed and won cleverly from
First race, three and a half furlongs, 2-year-olds,
purse: Vondel (llu, Scoville. 2 to
won. Miss picnic nw, Keogn, za to o
second. Vancouver Belle llu, Kettlg. 20 to
1) third. Time: 0:43. Eel, 'Alrte FsJrie,
Cresclde. Jungle Queen. Easter Roaes. Miss
Oeorgie. Oaivesca and Bertie V finlfhed as
named. " ,'
Second race, six furlongs, sefling' Ko
komo (107, Butler, C to 1) won,' Grace ? flufl,
Mentry. 7 to 2) second, Boas 07. Scoville,
M to II third. Time: 1:14V Billy Myer.
Tawasentha, Old Settler. Celeres. Lady
Carol. Hal, Aftermath, East End and Bon
alto finished as named.
Third race, one mile and seven furlongs,
purse: Orcagna (9. Taplln. 1J to 2) won.
Miiford (94. Koss. 9 to 1) second. LogtstOla
(101. Sullivan. 15 to H third. Time: 317H.
Dorante. Clamor. Song Writer and Kogo
finished as named.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs,
Kllgore handicap: Booger Red fill, Scovllle,
even) won. Pajarolta (lis. Taplin. 13 to 21
second. Jeanne D'Are (118. Lee, 11 to 6)
third. Time: 1:P7. L. Neugent and Rapid
Water finished as nsmed. "
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling: Adena
(107. Butler, to 1) won. St. Avon (112. Ret
tlg. 13 to 2 second. Belle Kenney.dll, Tap
lin. 4 to 1) third Time: 1:144. Antia-o. Pim-
kln. Banposal. fit. FtsocIs. Cello. Dare! 'g
ton. Genera! Russell. Marian Casey and
Dnrgin finished as named.
Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling: Steel
flOT. Deverich. If, to 6 won. Toll Box (10.
Keogh. 7 to 1 second. Fleent 1 37. Ross. 20
to II third. Time: V'. Mauretanla Argo
naut. Tom Havward. Semper Fldells and
Instant 'lnlshe-1 n mM ,
Favorites Win at Tampa. '
TAMPA. Fla , .March 2 On a sloppy track
favorites won every race except the fourth
today. Ben Double, left at the post In the
ui", won arier last running. BuramarUs: t
Flrrt race, three furlongs: Dave Nlchol- i
son (ill, 1 roller, s to a) won. Keep Trying
(log. T. Burns, 6 to 1) second. Fear Naught
II (107, McArtle. 15 to 1) third. Time: 0:3.'V
Johnny Wise and Sylph also ran. J.ihnny
vt ise nnisned nrsi, Dut was disqualified.
,.f?!Cina T0-' even furlongs: Bow;riftn
(115 Pendergast, t to oj won. Malta
P.eid. 7 to :i second. Bitter Hanu (U5
Flynn, f to 1 third. Time: lJ2ij. Judge:
Treen, Martlus and Merry Belle also ran.
ur Dtiuouwi was ten at ine ixikl
Third rate. Mil furlongs and ixty yards:
Variation (!. Griffin, 3 to 5) won. Dandy
Dancer (110, Lovell. 5 to 1 second, J. a
McAllister (101. Franklin. 5 to 1) tnird.
Time: 1:24. Black Rod. Herllda. Et AL
and Mollle Moonshine also ran.
Fourth race, about five furlongs: Willow
Plume (93, lovell. 6 to 1) won, Ray Tborap- 1
son (ill. MCI sue. 8 to second. U irdou
'"j " ' "'lru- ')r
Select. Scotch Lass, Elsa F.. and Kiameslia
u alHO r4n.
Fifth race, one mile: Colonel Hie (Si. Paul,
8 to 1) won, Paul (1"4. Britton, 7 to 2) second.
Mitts Vigilant il'. Brannon. 4 to 1) third.
Time: 1:'.S. Csrrle Elder, Flarney, Bosjiu
Friend. Rose Arkle, My Love and Mellno
Sixth race, six furlongs: Ben Double (110.
Bjrton, 7 to 5 won, Hlotess (h'7, Pender
gast. & to 1 1 aecond, Panlgue (U( Haynes.
1" to I third. Time: l.J"1,. Marrigu. Lady
Fltxheibert. Risk and Arowka also ran.
BOOK M A K I i TO BE
l'rOBMMM-4 Illinois Law Woald Prohibit
Gambllsg oa All Sporting Events.
SPRINiiFIELD. 111.. March J A desire
to protect horaeraiing from crrxikedness
la responsible for house Mil ?"7 Introduced
today in the vtate legislature tx-eklng a
revisit n of the slate laws in relation to
bookmaking by making It a penitentiary of
fense for any person to register bets or
keep a pool on horse races.
The measure was presented to the gen
eral assembly by Representative Thomas
Tippit of Olney and If enacted Into law
would not only bar bookmaking on horse
races, but would . punish all bookmaking
and pool selling on any trial or eJJirance
of man or beaL The personal experience
of Representative Tippit In racing horses,
he declares, has shown him the evit re
sults of bookmaking and has convinced
him that In the Interests of purs sport
and the future of harness horse events,
the measure is necessary.
"I am convinced that the pttol sellers are
often In ccliuslon with the officials in charge
of the races and that the best horse does
not always win." satd Representative Tip
pit, "the honest horsemen of the country
want this bill. The dishonest do not. This
bill can be passed and I want to take the
responsibility of being the father of tt."
Moralaajsla Aaneala Can.
8IOUX C1TV. la.. March . tfluecisj. e
Because of the decision of the Judges In
the Amateur Athletic union meet In fix. Paul
which deprived Berkstressor of satuend
plac In ths mil run and prevented Morn
Ingaids colWge from wtneting the moot,
the coach. Jaek Holllster, has entered an
appeal with Gorgw A. Herman, president
of ths Amateur Athletic union. Oaa of
New York Depot When Jeffries Arrives
the St. Paul tra.-k officials declare.1 thst
the Moinlngid miler had only covered
fifteen lnttad of sixteen laps in the race.
'Mch H uiter is considering the advisa
nluy vt taking a track team to the Ami-
ur Athletic union meet in Kansas City
HEADY TO ri-AV BALL I 'FRISCO
lleaae Team sad Wslte ox Will Opesi
SAN FRANCJSVO. March S- The first
tijjri of the Chicago American bae ball
siiuad lost no time In getting at work on
the local diamond today. The big leaguers
appeared on the field at S o'clock In the
afternoon and from that time until after
& o'clock all hands were buny wltn batting
practice, base running and general Umber
Two recruits joined the team today They
are Harry Suter, the Southpaw twirler, woo
made a great showing with the Han Fran
cisco league team last year, and Pitcher
Cravath, formerly of the Los Angeles
squad, but more recently connected with
toe Boston Americans, playing In the out
fleUl. The Ban Francisco team, which will meet
the visitors In the first big game of the
season next Friday, began work today.
The local men sixe up well In practice and
Manager Danny Long hopes to duplicate
the splendid showing made by his men
against the big leaguers last year.
It was decided today that Jack Sheridan.
The American league umpire, should be
one of the officials of the Chicago-San
Fianclsco series, with a local umpire to
The services of M. E Moe. the trainer
who has handled Rattling Nelson ani
many other fighters, was engaged by the
Chicago Americans. He will aid In getting
the men Into shape.
FIVE GOF.e TO KA!S CIT'
Basket Ball Championship to Be
Played Oft ThU Week.
LINCOLN. March J. (Special.) The Ne
braska basket ball tenm. accompanied by
Coach Dr. Ciapp and Manager Etager. de
parted for Karaas City, Kan., tonight to
meet the University of Kansas five In a
series of three gani.-s on Thursday. Friday
and Saturday rights for the championship
of th Missouri valley conference basket
hall league. The plavers who made the
trip were: Captain Walsh. Bell. Perry.
Ingersoll, Pctrashek, Wood, Schmidt and
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The following two-men teams participated
In the prizes in the merry go-round which
closed last night on the Omaha league al
1st. Id. 3d. Tot. O.T.
Neale 213 277 127 717
G. O. Francisco.. 171 IS! 214 f7-1.3M
1st 2d 3d. Tot. O T.
Hord 217 15 1 671
Q. O. Frsnclsco.. 234 yri 255 Sl-l.'-'62
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot. O.T.
Jordan 2X 214 190 6
Huntington 3l 1S2 3 5911.259
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot. G.T.
Sherwood 1!5 224 628
C. J. Francisco... 213 178 211 HC2-1.230
1st. 2d. Jd. Tot. Q.T.
Neale A 242 210 W3
C. J. Francisco.... 2"5 24 178 M7 1.230
1st. 2d. 3d Tot. O.T.
Anderson 233 w) 2"3 t4
C. J. Francisco.... 175 227 194 f6 1,8)
The last three doubles are tied for time
prjze. and as C. J. Franc! o is In each of
the three won, Sherwood. Neal and Ander
son will shoot off for place.
The next match of Interest on the Omaha
league alleys will be the down-and-out con
test. This Is a new one, and the best con
test ever presented to the Omaha bowlers.
In the merry-go-round contest Just closed
on the Association alleys the following are
2d. Sd. Tot. O.T.
194 eos tra
217 VI 6421.244
2d. 3d. Tot. O.T.
14 t 591
194 l 672 MM
2d. 3d. Tot. O.T.
1 2"2 H2
174 246 6071.149
2d. 3d. Tot. G.T.
260 1 614'
,144 191 5051.119
Lyons, J. A...
The Clty-C boys won three game from
the General Delivery last night In the
Postofflce league on the basement alievs.
Chadwell had all high honors wltn 588 for
totals and 23 for high single game. The
Totals 405 4 560 1.39
Sehroerler's St. Janvs won two giimes
from the Bungalows last night on the base
ment a ileys. Gwynne had high totals with
5.' 2 and Wilson had high single game with
203. Tonight Beselln's Mixers and Grain
Brokers. The score:
2d. 3d Tctal.
VjS 178 5C2
109 131 S7
151" 139 4.!8
456 448 1.309
!d 3d. Ttal.
123 1 424
1(16 168 4.16
1S7 2o3 548
396 632 1.4
Ijtst night on the Metropolitan alleys the
Luxus won three games from Kelly Hey
dens. Zaro carrt-d off all honors for the
Luxus with 237 single game and 6S8 totals.
Baixer was high for the Kelly St Heydens.
j w)h two jo games and 565 totals. Tonight
j (,maha Bicycle company and Posttffice.
1st. 2d. 3d Tctal.
214 W 15S 571
V1 1 3 571
, l.K) 17 lse 60S
, 14 las 1S2 ItH
237 11 17 5
966 975 K5 t73
1st. 2d. tl. Total
, J) 1X0 llS .V
14 J2 14 510
150 17 W 5
ISO 126 124 429
145 in 197 613
S5 83 BO 2,525
The Jetter Gold Tops started out to
in all Barney from the Sampecka last
night on the association alleys, taking the
first two, nut leu aown naniy 111 me issv
smme. which went to the Pampecks. To
night Omaha Nationals against First Na
tionals. The score:
JETTER GOLD TOPS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
1S5 147 139 471
19! 191 1'9 641
12 I.O IS 447
IV) 173 170 5J2
! 17 173 fcu
SAM PECK 3.
627 77 2.6JB
71 799 i.tSl
The Union Pacifies had the right-of-way
when they played the Cudahy's last night
on ths association alleys by taking all three
games of the season, getting a total of 1.967.
Matthea. for the first time m his bowling
career, totaled the 4u0 score, with a high
single game of 224. Tonight the Peoples
Store against Standard Otis. The score:
1st. , 2d. Id. Total.
Matthea 13 217 ZA so4
Coleman lo 131 1"!
TempUn !! 192 ZU
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HO 46 1.4nO
Rhodes SehoUr Wins Dwah.
OXFORD, March 1 At ths Oxford uni
versity nitorts this afurnuua L. C Hull
of Michigan, a Rhodes scholar, won the
li-yard dash In OloH and the quarter
mile In VH.
RnWLIXl SCORES IS PITTSBI Ht
Westers) Pen sylvan la anal 4hlo Men j
a Prog rasa xestera'a.
PITTSBURG. Msrch 1-After two-man
teama and Individual bowlers from Toledo.
O.. were extended the honors In the nintn
International tournament of the American
Bowling oongress today, five-man tennis
from this city, several suburbs and Sharon,
Pa., were given attention tonight.
While at an time have the records made
at Cincinnati last year been approached, the
cores today were higher than those of the
two preceding days.
Irepa rat Ions were completed tonight for
welcoming the western bowlers the latter
part of ths week. Bowling alleys for prac
tice work of the visiting delegations have
been arranged. The first event will take
place Saturdav evening, when Chicago and
littshurg bowlers will be the attraction.
Following are the ten highest scores made
tonight In the five-man events:
Unger No. 2. Pittsburg J.49S
Glassport, (Jlaasport, Pa 2 4"
Keystone, Sharon. Pa X4.W
Bogler, Pittsburg 14.
Lengs. Braddock. Pa l."5
Haxelwood Brewers. Pittsburg 1 39
Belma, Pittsburg 2.3.(3
Diets, Pittsburg... r. J.3U
St. Vincent No. 1Tlttsburg 2.190
Uberty No. 4. Pittsburg 2.155
The first four In the two-man teams
played this afternoon are as follows:
Daly-McCormack. Toledo 1.11
Kerner-Schwer. Pittsburg l.U!
Kruse-Cook. Toledo l."W
Root-Zimmerman, Toledo 1.01
Fourteen Individual bowlers completed
play shortly after 4 o'clock. The score of
the first five:
Nleman, Pittsburg 675
Kruse, Toledo t.;
Cook. Toledo 5nS
Zluimennsn, Toledo &
Serin, Toledo 6
The five highest scores of the second In
dividual event of the American Bowling
Congress today are:
Joe McCormlck. Toledo 69
F. J. Ludwig, Toledo 55
C. Brown, Toledo 61
M. IL Lempert, Toledo 647
L. J. Gasxola, Toledo 644
William Schad, Pittsburg 644
IIOPPE HEAL wTxARD OF ttE
Easily Wins Handicap Matches with
Willie Hoppe. champion, billiard player,
appeared again at ths I'axton last night,
his opponent being Will Chambers of
Omaha, well known among local amateur
Hoppe gave him the usual handicap of
4iXi to 3uu. and the score was 4u to 82.
Chambers plays a pretty game, although a
little nervous at the start, as might be ex
pected of an amateur competing with a
world champion. Several of his shots were
brillant. a masse shot In particular win
ning much applause.
Hoppe s high run last night was 119. and
eight limes at cne he failed to score. He
made lome remarkable shots, however,
showing his mastery of masse and draw.
and especially his ability to assemble the
balls after round-the-table shots, leaving
himself a perpetual "setup."
Hoppe-2. 13, 0. 0, 0. 22. 0. 119. 0, 49. 27. 0. 0.
IS. 38 , 76. 21, 13. 0. 4 Total, 4i.
Chambers 1, 0, 15, 0. 1. 6, 4, 4, 0. 16, 2, 0.
10. 8. 7. 0, 1. 1. 7. Total. 82.
Hoppe's afternoon game yesterday was
with Harry Srmes. one of the best known
of local . players. Symes made the best
showing any of the Omaha players have
made against Hoppe, his score being 86 to
the champion's 4o0. Hoppe started this
game with a run of 146, the best he has
made In Omaha, but which falls far short
of his record at 18 2 balk line, as In his
match with Shaffer In Chicago he made 307,
which still stands as the world's record.
Hoppe 146. 65. 55, I. 0, 1. 18. , J, 47, 26, .
Symes-11, 13, 1, 0. 6, 7. 16, 0, S. . 19. Total,
Hoppe's reception In Omaha has been ao
cordial and so much Interest has been
shown In his work with the cue that he
has decided to remain another day. and
will play at the Paxton both this after
noon and evening. This afternoon an Invi
tation Is extended to the women who may
wish to see him play, and arrangements
will be made to accommodate as many as
wish to be present.
SOUTH DAKOTA STOCKMAN
WEDS SWEETHEART OF YOUTH
Romance, Which Was Began la
Inn 4 Twenty-Five Tears Ago, C
alaatea la New York.
NEW YORK. March . The marriage
license bureau at the city hail saw the
culmination of a romance today, when a
licence was granted to Ambrose Forsythe,
52, a stock raiser of Pierre. 8. D., and Miss
Fannie Henthome, 42, of Old Castle, Ire
land. Nearly twenty-five years ago Mr.
Forsythe and 'Miss Henthorne were sweet-
hearts In Old Castle. Forsyth, came to ths
United Stales and went west to make his
fortune. He succeeded after years of toll
and sent for hia sweetheart, who arrived
PROFITS CF THE SUGAR TRUST
Official Testifies Coiaynnv Makes One
Eighth to Oar-Posrlk Cent
NEW TORK, March 3. That the aver
age profit to the American Sugar Refining
company on the sale of a pound of sug&r
Is H to hi of a cent.' was testified by C.
R. Heike, secretary of the American Sugar
Refining company today to recover cus
toms duties alleged to have 'been lost by
shortage In weights.
"Would any saving In the duty paid to
the government go into the general assets
of the cominuiyT" asked United States Dis
trict Attorney Slimson.
"Csrtalnly, any honest saving," replied
"Would railroad rebates, for Instance,
go Into these assets?" Inquired Mr. 8tim
son. Counsel for the defense objected and ths
question was ruled out.
The marriage of Miss Sadie Hoye, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoye, to Guy
Sttllmsn Wright was solemnised at the sub
urban horns of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Mack, Fifty-second street and Military ave
nue. . A pretty color scheme of pink and
white was used throughout the rooms In
the decorations. The ceremony was per
formed In ths parlor In the Urge bay
window, under a canopy of pink and whits
blossoms by Rev. James Wise of Bt. Mar
tin's Episcopsl church. South Omaha. After
the ceremony Mlas Mamie Koffman aang,
"Oh," Promise Me." accompanied by Miss
Ella Zlobsrth, who also played the wedding
march. The bride wore a) dainty gown of
white silk mull trimmed with laoa Inser
tion gnd applique. She carried bride's
roses. The bridesmaids were Miss Mary
Hanson and Miss Hasel Braden, who were
gowned alike In white Persian lawn and
carried pink and wtrlta. carnations. The
ushers were Mr. Myrl Pierce and Mr. Thad
deua Plants. A supper was served and as
sisting at the punch bowl were the bride's
two nieces. Misses Iren Hoye and Laura
Srldon. The bride la a sister of former
Councilman Fred Hoye. About ethty gueets
Watehss That Make Cowd.
We pick our watches from the best made
Ths movement are Msletted because, cf
their known accuracy and reliability. We
sell all the, finest movements and are al
ways In a position to give the best of sat
lafactiuo n ths watch line. Our prices are
the most reasonable la ths city and wi
guaranlea every watch we sell. O. Maulhs.
IS West Br wad way.
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"Rlcbellen," at the Boyd. r
It no doubt required a character of mar. J '.
Bides and devious angles to accomplish the
work of unifying France'", during the ag 1
of Louis XIII, for If ever a monarch w's.s,,.-)
confronted by diverse corraltlons' and us
merged by Intrigue anil counter-Intrigue?''-It
was the vacillating king under whom hi .V
virtue of the cardinal of the unified church m
of Rome the throne In FYanre becafne abso- '
lute, the seemingly - lncon) pat ibis elements',
that made up the nation brought Inro har--mony
and the royal family started on that'-"
broad road thar ended at the block. ..
Bulwer Lytton has' done a great deal 'In 'b
the drama Itself to bring out In sharp con-'.'
trast the various elements that 'Went -to
make up the personality o'f1 Richelieu, but
Mr. Sotliern has undoubtedly contributed a
greater portion to bring about that result
Leaving out of ' consideration the' double
thread of dramatic Interest that runs
through the drama, the chljf .virtue af the
play Is In the subtilty with which the devi
At the Theaters
ous ..charades Is unfolded by. thla, great !
actor. Tho struggle of the eld man who
had devoted his life and -his talents to V
France to retain suprnruacjr, In (Is bour 'of
greatest heed, and tho leve affair of- Adrian
de Mauprat and Julie de Mcu-temar In them
selves enlist the complete sympathy of the
audience from the start, and the trcmen- -dous
climaxes heightened by the approach
ing death of the one man who alone can ' .'
avert the threatened catastrophe "tenW
every moment of the lime to keep the fx-,
pectatlon keyed up to the proper pitch.
But all of this might be accomplished pass
ably well with mediocre talent.
The test of the drama will always He In
the ability of the actor to tiring out Into
sharp contrast the emotions of th.old card
inal as they showed themselves one after
the other as the whirl of the wheel brought
them uppermost. The early parts of the
drama rather Intensify the fox-like sldn of
Richelieu, but before we are lven time to
make, up an adverse opinion. Jiis geniality-,
his tender love for his wardi Julie, and his
forgiving spirit are paraded before us as an
antidote. Every new scene gives a new
point of view, different but not incompatU
Mr 8",hern '" ln""Tr'"" '
cter excels In the virile tire .wrtth' which
he can Invest the aged and broken down
old mnn. He compels sympathy In toe
I tender parts and In those passu ges In which
the cardinal almost gives way to despair, .
but lie rises to the magnificent when he -
becomes the defender of the right against
the encroachments of the enemies of his
country. Out of eyes all but closed by -.-death
he darts the lightnings of wrath and
a body wracked by disease ho again aroysba
to v.forous action for a brief period. This
is accomplished without exaggeration or the
4 i"a,,t d(-Prtur' ro'" the ru,h- noth-
ing less tnan a inumpn ok versatile. acting. .
The company affords very good support
in the main. Mr. Lewi, ag. Adrian, and ,
Miss Hanson, as Julie, are cast In the prin
cipal parts, ana carry them well. Mr. Iwis'
does no violence to the part of 4hj lrnpeu ."
oub lover, and Miss Hanson gives strength
to the part of the faithful sweetheart of
Adrian. Mr. Blind, as Baradas.. and Mr.
Howson, as -the duke of Orleans, were per
haps too apparent to make trustworthy
conspirators. Mr. Harris, as 'Joseph, Hie .
faithful monk, deserves praise 'tn . 'pMrt..
which, thougif 'slight in opportunities, he
fil'.s faithfully. Mr. Mather, aa Louis XIII.
also Is well cast. t. ' v - .' " . .
The staging was fittingly in keeping svltb -.
the magnificence of the period represented.
The costuming was especially good.
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