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TUT: OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2.4 1009.
POULTRY AND EGGS
BARRED Plymouth Rock cockerels; Nth
corker! end rullet matin. Also U B
Turkeys Satisfaction guaranteed. Mra
L. P. Carroll. Hampton, la.
I. P. ROCK cockerels, hern, pullet, birds
scoring M to 12, sired by M prise ckl. Tt
M. Poultry aliow. Kens In I'aaon. Mra.
R. Van Lr Wert. Lacey, la.
White Leghorn eggs n per ion, at Mandy
Lee rarm. Tel. riorenca 12.
PARTRIDGE COCHINS Choice birds, both
seaes. Mra. C. Wonderly, Benedict, Neb.
END postal for large llluatrsted catalogue
ruil-nioodcd poultry, Incubators, eg
Iiept. H, Mankato, Minn.
FOR BALE Barred Plymouth Rock corker
ela. 7&e and 11 each. While Leghorn, ftfic
and 75c earh. One Maine bone cutter, $H
'Phone Ind. B-2784. Poultry Yards, 463b
Franklin St. (1D-MM.1IU
JARVB. PTO. CO.. lob printing and calen
dars, ma cm np. Avo. rnone ind. A-ZftW
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
RF.KD ABSTRACT CO.. Eat. 15; prompt
aervica; get iut prlcea 1710 Farnam St.
, REAL E8TATB TITLE-TRUST CO.
CHAS. R. WILLIAMSON, President
PAYNE 1NV. CO.. first floor, N. Y. L
BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 477 Brandels Bldg!
Ed Johnston Co.. 1(14 Farnam.
(19) M719 Mil
DA R LI NO A DARLING.
441 Brandeta Bldg. 'Phone D. W34.
CITY PROPERTY TOR 8 A LB.
A BIG SNAP
In tha north part of city we have a -r.
brick house, high and sightly, affording a
bi autlful view of the north rart of city
frsnd the river, with the bluffs beyond. City
tewBter. buth, etc. Property hits a rental
sjcilue of about $30 per month and In good
irpulr. Price, $2.60"; mnrtgAge, $1,700 at 6
p T cent. Owner, leaving city and wants
:ash for his equity. Will take vacant prop
irty. He Is very anxious to close this prop
rty out within the next few days and will
I ve someone a big bargain. Act quick If
- feu want a snap.
PAYNE, BONTWICK & CO.,
,3ot Agents, Main Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
We Advise to Buy
21T1I AND CHARLES Neat 6-ronm cot-
lae, modern except heat, south front,
paving paid, $2,500.
" WALNl'T 111 LI. DISTRICT-A good, large
1 6-room all modern house, corner lot
I 5xKk. paving paid; a sniip for $2.K50.
: 2S NORTH 22D Neat ti-room, modern,
H paving paid, for $3,500.
1211 NORTH 34TH In Hernia Park, a neat
ll-room, atrlctly modern home, nicely fin
ished, foi $4.5X0.
arm DA VENT'ORT 8T. Oood close-in horn
facing boulevard, 8 rooms, best of ra
'. . pair. $6.oi.
J 11 M BOCTH 2STH A very good house for
9 $S.$(; large east front lot, beat of hot
J water heating, oak finish. Owner leav
BKMIS PARK SACRIFICE Large 6-room
modern home, ho
levard. with lo4
Ik WEST FARNAM-
modern home, hot water heating, on dou
levard. with 14 feet frontage, for $5,500.
AM A very inwu new -
V Tk room atriciiy nio
j flBLD CU B A
modern house, $t,7f0.
new house. 8 rooma. at-
flnlahed. best of hot water heating.
rge corner lot, $,6U), and easy terma
7 to i
. Glover. Realty, Sj-ndicate,
Ground Flour N. Y. Llfe t-3!, A-39R3.
(19) M941 26
IMPROVED ACRE TRACTS
NEAR CAR LINE
$4,200 for 8 acrea all under
cultivation. Improved with
five-room house, large barn,
well, brick cave, chicken coop,
etc. Only 7 mlnutea' walk from
car line and 10 mlnutea' walk
from school of eleven grades.
Young fruit of all klnda. rich
black soil, electric light In
street; price reduced for quick
sale. Owner leaving city and
must sell at once. See this
Immediately, as acre tracts
in a good neighborhood, so
near stores, churches, school
and car Una where land val
ues are steadily Increasing,
are difficult to find. Easy
OEORUE tV.. ltKl FARNAM ST.
Phone Douglas 756.
Nine large rooma. oak finish, combination
fixtures, good furnace, full cemented cellar.
laundry, cedar rloaela; large corner lot
ceiiHtnt sidewalks, paved atreeta. All spe
liala paid. Price only
P. 0. Nielsen & Co.,
703 N. Y. Life Bldg.
IS BARGAIN DAY
, loth and Fowler Ave., new 5-room house,
with two unfinished rooms on second floor:
all apt-ctal taxes paid; water, sewer and
gaa. aim) well and 72-gallon cistern; lot
5xl27. Can be bought on easy terms and
j a oarguin at
J. A. LANGAN & SON,
TOO N. Y. life Rldg.
Eight rooms, modern.oak finish, full two
stories, large commodious rooms, elegant ar
rangement and finish; built for a home two
ytara ag: front In Hanscom park,
a i Park Ave. This property must b sold by
1 tha Ibth Inst., and the price will sell It. as
it Is offered for $1,500 less than its actual
value; part cash will handle it
. : s Brandela Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
1 mile west of Benson. $1,700.
fM cash; balance annually.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st F1 N. T. L. Bldg.
' Tela Doug. 17(1 A lit
v-nn HALE New 6-room modern colt ace
furnished or unfurnished, near two car
lines and school. Call up B 2703: Harney
m. u) aiw ..x
rtCLEf ARn HOCSE. JH North lth St
rooma, modern, only $2.5ov. Thomas
brsnnaa, room l isew lor un nuts
C1TV PHOPK.RTY TOR Kl.K
Farnam St. Property
22 ft., Improved, near 3d, 111,!.
123 ft. mar 23d, X,.o.
110 ft. near ad. t-M a ft.
72 ft. near 23d. $-' a ft.
87 ft. near 2-d, Improved. $42,WA
t ft. near 18th St.. H2.0MO.
22 ft.. Improved, near 12th, I15,0"0.
24 ft, Improved, near 22d. $1,W0.
116 ft near 7th. s.5w.
10 ft oppoalta Charles Turner a. W.OoO.
Harrison & Morton
13 N. Y. Life.
Tel. Dour. 314. A-3144.
FOR RALFJ-Rty owner, desirable 8-room
house, strictly modern and up-to-date;
near Hanscom park. Tel. Douglas 2t. or
Harney 8. (19-M9M 2f..
$2100, $3,000, $4,000 OR $5,000
TO INVEST OR LOAN!
We have a number of good 1st mortgage
loans on Omaha Improved real estate, that
will bring S per cent Interest. These would
be either on new homes or new brick flat
buildings, which would be the very best
j kind of security.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
New Iocatlon. 1814 Harney St
1) 027 26
FOR SALE Sub lot 6 of lot 7. Capitol add.;
also e 44 ft. lot 3, block 148. Make me an
offer. Strllla C. Jones. 65 W. Prospect
Ave.. Hollywood Sta., Los Angeles, Cal.
I3S0O Reception hall, parlor, dining room,
kitchen, laige pantry; I bedrooma and
bath upstairs; large closets, full brick
basement; best of furnaces; downstairs
finished In oak; lot fiOxod. corner; owner
going east, must sell this sunny home; 2
blocks off Farnam St.; walking distance.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
4iH) Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neh.
(19) M8D6 25
LIST your property with Chris Boyar. 2?d
and Cuming Bts. (19) 6
New 9-Room House
West Farnam District
In that new and sightly part west of Joav
lyn'a home. This Is No. 819 N. 41st Ave.,
almost completed, ready to move Into; well
arranged and well built, floors and wood
work are dull finished oak rubbed down.
A large butler's pantry that will delight
the housekeper; two lots; $8,150; with the
new paving paid up In full. Note the ex
tenslva and beautiful view from the front
Harrison & Morton,
912-1S N. Y. Life.
$4,G00 Choice Location
7-room house, almost new. atrlctly mod
ern, reception hall, parlor, den, dining
room and kitchen on first floor, S fine
bedrooms, linen closet and bath on 2d
floor, full brick and cemented cellar, laun
dry, etc.. electric light and gas. barn, ca-
ment .walk, paved street, all paid, close to
car. 11 b. 28th 8t.
BIRKETT & TEBBENS,
4Z3 Bee Bldg. 'Phones: Doug. 4754; Ind. A-1764
(1) 981 a
BAROA IN 8-room house on Ohio, close
to 4tn hi,, rents tor 1300 per rear.
Owner non-resident; must Mil at once.
If taken at oaca will accept, $2,280. M.
J. KENNARD & Co.. S10 Brown Blk.
IP TOU HAVE
City property, farms, ranch lands or mer-
chanoise to sail or trade, list them with
me. It costs you nothing unless I affect
a aale. W. W. Mitchell. Ui Board of
Trade Bldg. 1 6
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR SALS
(British Columbia) land. $16 per acre; $3.50
per acre casn, Daiance in six annual pay
ments Wa have but mere aections left out
of 12.000 acrea advertiaed ten days ago. Main
line of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway now
building directly through this valley. Unsur
passed for wheat, fruit and atock farma; no
irrigation; summer rains, scarcely any
winter; climate controlled by Japaneaa
current Pea vines and blue atem ft feet
hlah: rich black aoll, and the most delight
ful climate on this continent. Better re
serve a quarter suction without delay. U s
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC LAND CO.
211 8. 16th St., Omaha.
J. C. Huteaon, President.
FARM AND FRUIT LAND.
Denver-Oieeley district under Irrigation
sugar beeta, alfalfa, general farming and
fruit raising; low price, eaar raymenta
National Investment Co.. t2 Brandela
Biag.. umana. let. uougiaa 6IL
NORTH Dlckmson county land, fine homaa
good Investments, selling fast, advancing
rapiaiy; come soon, get a good bargain.
Wrlta E. rackaer, Manchester, Kan.
CO) MS64 llx
FOR BALE A farm of S20 acres, two and
one-half miles from Osceola, the county
seat of Clarke county, Iowa. 110 aero
In cultivation, balance in blue grasa pas
lure. Small orchard, and a number of
shade treea around the house. Oood house
and barn, and shedding tor a hundred
head of cattle, and hogs, wood shed and
hen house, rarm well watered with well
and living atream. Price $70 per acre
or $22,401), $6.4u0 cash down and balance
In four years, Interest payable annually
6 per cent on $12.u00, and 6 per cent on
$2,au0, with option to pay KhU or $1,000 at
any Interest date after one year
Ala.i have other bariralna. "Send for Hal
26 P. P." Karr & Karr. Osceola. la.
(30t M5S A4x
To Deuel Co., Neb
Low rates. Oo with ua on March 30 or
April 6 and ace one of the flmvt countries
In the stale, w here wo can sell you good
land close to good towns, churches am
schools, In well settled locality, at price
ranging from $16 to $35 per acre. Land
that ia, and will produce) as many dollars
p-r acre aa Iowa or eastern Nebraska
Oo with us and let ua prove to you that
this is the garden spot of the west. Writ,
at once for rates and descriptive litera
S. E. Wait & Co.,
6i7 Bee Building. Omaha.
Tel. Douglaa 1391 tx M968 24
ISO-acre Improved farm In Holt Co., Neb.
per acre, stair tun u H. Meyer,
iiasis, c oo. i .m .21 :4x
HAVE you your rights? Three Kinkild
sections, all together; valley land; a big
bargain. Addra P Sbl, Bee.
'ARM AU HAf II LAM) FOR SALls
FOR RENT or for sale, ranch 2.040 acres.
2 ml.ea Ewlng, Neb., much valley land,
tame grass, all fenced and cross fenced;
1) acres under plow; 0 acres nay; good
water and shade; aet of good buildings.
Wrlta J. 11. Talboy, Sioux City. la.
tJDJ M744 27
HAS It ever occurred to you that Omaha,
louglaa county. Neb., Is the best town
on the map? In 1KM Omaha was strug
gling for existence. Nowata, Oklahoma,
bids fair to be another Omaha. Ask the
Missouri Pacific ticket agent for rates.
Come In and let us tell you about our
land at $10 to 3a per acre. Then go down
and see for yourself. It la worth while.
Nowata Land and Lot Co., Suite 824. N.
Y. Life. 'Phone Red 1H99. Open evenings.
t MJ 24
PC YOU KNOW that In Nowata. Okl..
there Is In progress of construction fif
teen store buildings, a court house, a city
hall, a city and a county Jail, a school
house, an lno-room hotel, then add a
l,rti,i cement plant, employing 800 men.
What better life Insurance could you give
your son or your daughter than buying
one of our Nowata lota. We have them
from 126 up. all of them on easy terms If
desired; and then we have soma of that
land yet at $10 to $35 per acre. It Is worth
while. Take Missouri Pacific straight
through. You might get an oil well.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Sulta 624 N. Y. Life Rldg. Phone Red 1999.
FARMS. $6 to $75 per sort. Write for our
long lisi. rirniiB. DrsnaeiR rung.
CHOICE Oklahoma farm for asle. ln acres,
room house, nam, enn. granary; SO acres
In cultivation, i0 acres bottom. 10 scree
orchard; 7 miles from railroad town; price,
per acre; one-nair casn. lime on bal
ance. Write Swope & Co., Ptlllwster, Okl.
(20) M726 Aix
The Oklahoma Cherokee Central rail
road Is about to be built east and west
hrough Nowata county. Better iret In on
some of that $10 to $.lfi land before the
price doubles. Ask Mo. Pacific agent about
low rates to Nowata. Okl.
NOWATA LAND AND IX)T CO.,
Suite 24 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha. Neh.
Open Evenings. 'Phone Red 1999.
(20) MS78 28
BUY SOI TH DAKOTA LAND.
Buy In the Kadoka vicinity. In Stanley
county, where the rich soil grows gcod
corn, small grain, alfalfa and timothy
and clover, -plenty of water easily ob
tained, free from rock. Come and buy
while It s within reach, from $8 to $21
per acre. We also have gilt edge first
fnrm mortgages for sale, can net you
from 6 per cent to 8 per cent Interest.
Agents wanted. For description write to
F. E. Reldlnger I-nnd Agency. Kadoka.
8tanley Co., South Dakota.
(20) MWS A4X
FOR SALE 10 acres fruit and vegetable
Irrigated land near Hookane. Wash., at
sacrifice. Write H. E. Smith. College.
Tabor. Ia. (Z0 M202 All
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT 10 acres of land and house
near Florence. Creigh Hons Co., Hoe
Bldg. t21)-18 25
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warranta W.
Farnam omitn a v-i.. looi axnam bu
WANTKD City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LOWEST RATES Bamia, Brandela Bldg.
$100 TO $10,00 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Waad Aildg.. lata ana t iraua. uij-
PRIVATE! money to loan. J. II. bherwood.
616 Braudels Bid. s
If you need a reasonable loan on well Im
proved umana real esiaie, i can enter
tain your application, at 6 or oH per cent
interest, according to location or grade of
property; no delay, and privilege is given
for prepayment before maturity. 1. Blb
bernaen, 206 Old Boston Store Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha BuaUess Property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Room 417-18 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
Ball 'phono Douglaa 1318. (22) 604
PAYNEJ, BOflTWICK V CO.. N. Y. Ufa
Private money; luOO to l&.ouo; low rata
MONEY TO BUILD.
1504 to $200,000 at current ratea
W. H. THOMAS. 60S First Nat l Bank Bldg.
MONEY ' TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha prop-
arty, t-onrad young, uia uooge ot
PRIVATE MONEY-NO DELAY.
OAnVIN BROS.. Ib04 FARNAM.
$500 TO $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Futate CO.. lout N. v. L,ira Doug,
or A-2152. 22)-461
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED TO BUY.
IF you MUST sell, list with us. We csnnot
sell anything unless at squeese prices.
Open evenings. -
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.,
Suits 624 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
'Phone Red. im.
FURNACE, steam and hot water repairs;
Thermostats and other heat regulators;
paw furnaces and hot water combination
heating, umana tsiove rtepair worm.
1206-12OS Douglas St 'Phones: Ind. A-3MI;
Bell. Doilaa 860. 674
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. Ja.l.
BEST price nald for secondhand furniture.
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
not ;) 1
WANTED Jersey cows; fresh or coming In
soon. E. Purdy. 2416 turning St.
AUCTIONEERING The noted auctioneer
of Iowa, Ills, and Neb., F. V VauPelt. has
located In Omaha. Office 843 N. Y. Ufa
Bldg..' Phone Ind. A 3622. (261-614 AW
WANTED To buy large numbers of Ho
mer pigeons for squnb raising; also pure
whlt Homers. Write describing what
you have, quoting lowest price. Dean
Swift Poultry Co., Dea Moines. It
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Completely furnished house for
6 or 7 months of 8 or 8 rooms. Must be In
best residence district. Address O lvl.
Bee. t- MS'.) 26
WANTED By young couple without chil
dren. 2 nicely furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Must be In nice modern
house In good neighborhood. References
exchanged. Address W 11)7, Bee.
WANTED. TO RENT Well furnished
house, for one year or longer, from May
1; well located, city or Dundee; family of
three; best of references. Address S 1H6,
Ore Bee (26 MS4 VS
WANTED Position aa rhauffeur; reference
furnished. Address P lao, Bee.
W A NTKD Position aa drug clerk by young
man Of i year' prartleal experience. Ad
C.re A. P. b.. care Dundee Pharmacy,
Omaha (27)-9.tl 23
DORANDO TO SEE THE MATCH
Marathon Champion May Accompany
Prrrelli to Omaha.
TWO ITALIANS ARE GOOD FRIENDS
notch Will Receive Ovatloa frosa
Home Folks and Maay Wrest
lers Will Join In Greeting
at the Andltorlam.
Porando. the Italian Marathon king, who
has beat Johnny Hayes, the American, two
out of three, probnbly will attend the
Ootch-Perrelli w r. stle at tha Auditorium
Friday night. He may accompany Pcrrelll
from New York to this city. He and Per
relll are Intimate friends and. as neither
has ever been aa far west aa Omaha, they
ar likely to come together.
This word has Just been received by The
Bee from New York. The message states
that Perrelll would leave that city Wednes
day morning and arrive here In time for hi
match with Ootch Friday night
Ootch, so F.tnll Klank writes, haa com
pleted hia training for the De Rouen match
at Kansas City Thursday night. "Frank
Is In fine form and you will see a gTeat
match at Omaha."
The Qotch-Perrelll wrestle Is proving such
a drawing card that Manager Olllan of the
Auditorium has decided on the necessity
of more seats and Is now bending every'
effort to lpcrease the seating capacity. Ho
will have new arena and side box seats
arranged and the Indications that every one
will be occupied.
The last time Ootch was in Omaha he
wrestled Bransfleld, the Australian, and the
audience was large, but the one that sees
the world's champion go after the big
Italian Friday night will certainly eclipse
that one. The sale of aeats outside of
Omaha Is large, vast numbers having gone
Into Iowa. Humbolt. the home town of
Gotch, has bought a big bunch of tickets
and will send a whooping delegation down
to see the match.
When Gotch and Hackenschmlt wrestled
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Gertrude Broomficld to John H.
B-oomfleld. uniilv" of wU of lot 1
block PS. Omaha $ 2,600
James L. Taylcr and wife to Ehba
C. Madsen. lot 1, block 2, Clifton
Hill : 650
Cathreno O. McDonald and husband to
Jacob Adler, lot 1. block 2, Fostera
John A. O Doherty and wife to Ed
ward Maher. W50 feet of lot 14.
block HO, Soufi Omaha 26.000
John F. Behm and wife to Thomas
J. Knyrcs and wife. n40 feet of lot
13, block 17, Kountze's 3d add 1.000
Olivia K. Ruth to John P. Behm,
lot 13. block 17. Kountze's 3d add.... LOOO
Paxton Retil Estate company to Rosa
lie W . C awley, lot 26. Keystc ne park 669
Grace Lillie to Owen T. Hamer, lot
8. block G. Lowe's add 1,000
Balma Stanley nnd husband to Ixnils
Hansen, aX feot of lot 6, Ellxi beth
Place, and n6 feet of lot 6, Garvin's
Jerse J. McMullen and wife to L. M.
Ixird, lot 1. block 4, Albright's sub-
Heirs of Byron Reed to the goverruira
of the Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben, sub
lot 1. tax lot 40, In 10-13-13 2,000
United, Real Estate and Trust com
pany to W. J. Addy. lota 13 and 14,
block 37, Kountze Place 1,500
Edward Lytle and wife to Henry
Hatrbena, w4 of lot S, block 122,
Ar.na B. Lytle et al to same. same.... 1
May E. Lytle to same, sanro 1
Alvah P. Whltmore to Louis !h
m mn, lot 1. block 4, Sulphur Purlngs 828
Same to William W. Boardman, lot
20, block 4, Sulphur Springs 825
Benjamin Folsom and wife to John
B. Phlppen and James C. Edwards,
lot 81. block 1. Redlck pHrk 600
Mary G. McCague and husband to
John F. Sturgeon, lot 2, Stanton
Rul-.ln Lund and wife to H. H. Garst,
wVi lot 5. block 3. Jetter'a add 1.8n0
Prairie Trust company to Robert A.
Morlson, lot 3. block 1, Prairie park.. 8,400
Waclav Slnvleck and wife to Joseph
Jirasek and wife, tH e lot 11,
Kountze's 2d add 2,100
Lula S. Brady and husband to Ida A.
Parsley, lot 7, block 4, Maxwell's
2d add 1.500
V. H. Nichols and wife to Mark T.
Martin, lots 21 and 22, block 88,
Total amount of transfers
Office, Fort Meade, South Dakota, March
vg I) Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
be received at this office until 10 a. ra ,
mountain time, April 19, 1KB, and then
opened for the construction, complete, of
approximately twenty-eeven miles of brbed
wire fence around the Fort Meade, South
Dakota, military reservation, in accordance
with plans and specifications which may be
had upon application to thie office. Bids
are wanted for both concrete and wooden
Doata A depolt of $10. to Insure return,
is required before plans are sent on in
dividual application. The United States re
serves the right to reject any or all bids
or to accept any ui uiu may oe
advantageous to the government. En
velopes containing proposals should be en
dorsed "Proposals for Fence" and addre aad
to tho Constructing Quartermaster. Fort
Meade. 8outh Dakota M2i-23-24-25 AIMS
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha. Nebraska, March 22. 1906. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received here until 10 a.
m., central standard time, April 22, 1908,
for furnishing transportation, drayage, and
for handling atorea In Department of the
Missouri, during the year commencing July
1. iao9. United States reserves the right to
reject or accept any or all propoeale or any
part thereof. Information furnished on ap
plication. Envelopes containing jiropoaala
should be marked "Proposal for Transpor
tation on Route No. ," and addressed to
major d. e. McCarthy, c. q. m.
OFFICE OF CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master. Fort Douglas. Utah, March 24.
1909 Sealed proposals. In triplicate, subject
to the usual conditions, will he received at
this office until 10 o'clock a. m. April 23.
19o9. and then opened In the presence of at
tending bidders, for constructing, plumb
ing, heating, electric wiring, etc.. for two
double barracks, one band barracks and
one ordnance storehouse at Fort Douglaa,
Utah. Information furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes containing bids to be
marked "Proposala for Public Buildings"
and addressed to "Csptaln T. R. Harker.
Quartermaster, 15th Infantry, Constructing
Quartermaster. Fort Dourlas. Utih."
70 TOVB8, de Luxe and
Vacation, for 1808; Cover
$150 to 91195
All Traveling Expenses
THOS. COOK & SON
243 Broadway, New York
Cook's Travelere' Checks ;
are uuuu ct.i i huii.
UM TXAJsT TOVM SAYS AT SUA.
Weekly Balling Between Montreal, Qaebee
Two daya on the oeaullrui Bl. Lawrence
river and the shortest ocean route to Ku
rope. Nothing better on the Atlantic than our
Empresses. Wlreleaa on all steamera
rirat eleas, $0; second, 960( one elans
Ask your ticket agent, or write for aail
II, as. rates and booklet.
O. M. BEajAJfXJf, t. A
838 sVo. Oiara avt. Caieatro, ZU.
In Chicago last April, Humbolt s oontlgent
was one of tha moat conspicuous features
In the big building where the match was
held.. Gotch haa not been at home for a
long time and he Is to ba given an ovattoa
by his neighbors there.
Many Wrestler Preaeat.
A sort of Informal reunion of wrestlera
will be held at this match. Many of the
prominent mat artists of the country will
attend It. Moat conspicuous among them
will be old Tom Connors, the British cham
pion. Connors has never seen Ootch. let
alone met him. When Ootch was In Eng
land a few months ago Connors was there
and Gotch sent word to the old veteran to
call on him, but Connors was unable to do
'I must certainly meet the champion
Friday night. If only to look on the best
man who ever went on the mat," said
Connors. "When Gotch was over the way
he sent word that. Indirectly, he ascribed
his success as a wrestler to me, for
twenty years ago I beat Farmer Burns and
that Inspired Burns to go In and make a
top-notcher of himself. Of course the se
quel Is that had Burns never become a
great wrestler Gotch, probably, would not
have been heard of, for Burns made 1
In addition to Connora there will be the
old Farmer himself, who will give Ootch
the most cordial greeting of all. He It
was who trained Ootch so that he could
twist the tall of the nusslan Lion and
rise to the championship of the world.
There will also be Oscar Wasem. John
Holden, Ed Morgan. Jess Westergaard.
Paul Domke, Emll Klank. Gotch'a travel
ing partner, and possibly Fred Beell.
Big Mea la Preliminaries.
The preliminaries are attracting remark
able attention, notwithstanding the fact
that the champion of the world Is to ap
pear In the main match. Charlea A. Jen
sen, the policeman, who welgha 230, and
Jack Emmerrlnger, 220, are to open the
engagement. They have never been seen
at the Auditorium. They are both power
ful monsters and are looked to for a most
Interesting match. The man who doesn't
get twice his money's worth In this nlght'a
entertainment will be a hard man to plcane.
Perrelll Is touted aa the roughest of rough
wrestlers. De Rouen la rough, but not,
they say, half aa rough as the Italian-all
of which means some tall excitement. If
there Is one thing Gotch can do a little
better than anything else It Is to defend
himself agalnat such tactics and use them
himself. Beside that Emll Klank write
The Bee that Gotch haa changed his style
of wrestling and now "ripe and teara like
a wild bull." Voor Perrelll! "But," say
PerrelU's sponsers, "don't worry; John will
be able to look after his own Interests."
Well, he's big enough.
At any rate, Gotch will be putting In
two busy nights Thursday against de
Rouen's teeth at Kansas City and Friday
roughing It with Perrelll in Omaha.
HASKELL, GAME FOR OMAHA
Indians May Be Brought Here Tor-
key Day by Baser.
LINCOLN, March 23 -(8peclal.)-Manager
Eager of the University of Nebraska foot
ball team today closed a contract with the
Haskell Indians for a game to be played
on Thankaglvlng day next fall In either
Omaha or Lincoln, the exact location nt the
contest depending on the arrangement of
the preceding games on the Cornhusker
scneauie. u Knox college, which is no
trying to get a game with Nebraska Is
taken on for the Saturdav before Thanks.
giving at Lincoln tho Turkey day meeting
who me neaaaine win De played in Omaha
No official word has come to Manager
Eager from Coach Willlama of Minnesota
as yet confirming the newspaper reports
of Saturday, to the effect that the Gophers
would meet the Comhuskers on the grid
Iron In Oman next fall. Manager Eiurer
today said he had no doubt that Minnesota
would go to the Nebraska metropolis for
the game, but he was Inclined to believe
rnai me story published Saturday was not
given out by Coach Williams. He said
there were a few little details to be ar
ranged yet rjerore It could be stated with
certainty that the two schools would claah
The base ball squsd caught Its first
glimpse of the diamond this spring when
Coach Fox took the candidates out to Ante
lope park yesterday for an hour's practice.
Several new men have tolned tha mnnA
within the last few days and are showing
up well. The work yesterday consisted
mainly of batting grounders and files to
tne men. Regular practice games will he
started tomorrow In order to give the
jittering candidates a chance to ahow
what they are capable of doing under fire.
A bad piece of news was given out to the
rans tnis arternonn in the announcement
that "Hap" Ward, the star t wirier of laat
season'k nine, would not be able to make
either of the trips with the Comhuskers
this spring. He says his studies will require
so much of his time that he cannot get
away for any number of days to play
base hall. He will take part in all of the
home gamea. An effort will also be made
to Induce him to go on part of the southern
trip next month, since that will he made
during tne Easter vacation, and he will
not have to miss a great deal of his school
IE HOI'R HOPES TO BEAT GOTOH
Frenchman Experts to Win Cham
plonahlp at Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY. March 28. Frank Gotch
champion wrestler of the world, arrived
here today to put on final touches for his
championship match with Raoul da Rouen,
the Frenchman, before the Missouri Ath
letic club In Convention hall Thursday
night. De Rouen, accompanied bv a string
of tralnera, arrived laat night. Gotch looked
to be In perfect condition and expressed
nimseir aa comment or tne result of Thurs
dav's contest. Goteh said:
'I am worth a good bet. I am better to.
dav than ever before."
De Rouen said: "Americana have some
what underrated me. I have been over
worked while in the UYilted States, but I
have had a good rest lately and am now
In the best of condition. I believe that I
win aercai fTana uotcn Thursday night
nOlHKKI PRACTICING AT PARK
Several of the Family Are Putting In
Johnny Gondtng, George Graham. Harry
Welch, William Belden and Claire and
iianrru m i v me ineifiuers ox me ttourKe
family who are now dally practicing at
Vinton street park. Others who are at
work with them are Dusty Coons, who
goes to Oshkosh: Dr. Townsend. formerly
catcher on the Omaha team, who goes to
Jacksonville. III.; Nemo, who plays this
year at Great Bend. Kan., In the Kansas
stHte league, and big Gus Willlama, who
will pitch for Guy Green.
Captain Buck Franck left Oakland Sat
urday night and was scheduled to arrive in
Omaha Tuesday. LeRrand la also on his
way and the others are now expected dally,
all being blllrd to report by Thursday.
t'hlrago Man to Look After Finances
CHICAGO. March 21 Jack Johnaon. the
champion heavyweight, who has been with
out a manager since his fight with Bums,
ar.nounced today that Abe Aarona of Chi.
Ichko had accepted the position.
Several yeara ago Aarona managed the
olored fighter, but there was little monev
in It in those days. Johnson said he would
leave for New York Sunday.
Spring Foot Bull Prnctlee.
IOWA CITY, la.. March 23 -(Bperlal..e
Tentative plans are being made by Coach
John G. Griffith for spring foot ball prac.
tice and It la expected that by next week
the first steps toward building up a second
"IS11 machine" will be arranged for by
the first alumni coach Iowa ever had.
Captaln-Klect Orosa Is enthusiastic over
the prospects for spring practice and
though little has yet been said or dona
toward completing the arrangements it la
expected that a huge squsd will respond
to the call for tha sprlr.g work.
Fnrntrr Bnll Player Shnt.
MEMPHIS. March 23 -Walter G. Gamp
fer, at one time a well known ball player,
waa shot and killed here today by W. A.
Doyle, aupertnterdent of an Ice company,
wl ere both were employed. Jn 1899 Gamp
fer was pitcher for the Brooklya National
CORE WINS BILLIARD MATCH
Demareit Defeated in First Block of
FRENCHMAN MAKES HIGH RUN
la Tenth Inning He Keorea Hajadren
ana Fifty, Making Many Start
ling Three nnd Four
NEW YORK, March 23-ln the Initial
game of the International billiard tourna
ment for the world 18 2 balk line cham
pionship, played In the Madison Square
Garden concert hall tonight. Umls Cure of
Paris. France, defeated Calvin W. Dema
rt st of Chicago, , by a score of 6tw to 39.
Thla was Demarrst'a first appearance In a
Cure played very steadily at critical
times and made tho high run of 1M In his
tenth Inning. Demarest was impetuous and
his recklessness and haste In playing
marred many possible chances of scoring.
Tomorrow afternoon A. G. Cutler of Bos
ton will meet Harry P. Cllne of Phila
delphia and tomorrow nlght'a game will be
between George Sutton of Chicago and Ota
C. Mornlngstar of this city.
Demarest won the bank and eelectcd
the white ball. He scored off, the break,
but after another simple carom failed on
close masse Cure replied with three
caroms and left the balla widely sepa
rated on his miss. Demarest could not
bring them together, but scored ten
times at open table play. Cure followed
with three, missing a ahort single cushion
shot. At tho end of the third Inning the
score stood 14 to 10. in Demareat'a favor.
Demarest got the balla under control
at his next attempt and made thlrty-threo
points, his thirty-first shot being a daz
zling manse. Cure by careful nursing
and a couple of drives for position added
47 to his string, missing a two-cushion
shot by a halr'i breadth. After each
had made a cipher. Cure settled down
for a run In the sixth Inning and rolled
up sixty-one caroms. Both players failed
to score In the seventh, at the end of
which the score was: Cure, 118; Dema
During the tenth Inning Cure simply ran
away from the Chicago player. He nursed
and coaxed the balls patiently, but quickly,
carcely ever hesitating over a play and
frequently accomplishing some very start
ling three and four-cushion shots. He ran
150 points before he slipped up on a two
cushion attempt. The score for ten Innings
was: Cere, 326; Demarest, 78.
Demarest In his fourteenth Inning made
beautiful run, adding ninety-four to his
string before he failed on a short kiss shot
for position. At the end of the inning the
score stood: Cure, S9; Demarest, 211
The Chicago player continued his good
work In the fifteenth and won rounds of
applause by executing four seemingly Im
possible masse shots during a run of 48
The score at the end of the twentieth in--
tilng was Cure, SM; Demarest, 306.
Demarest seemed to be well settled for
good run In the twenty-sixth Inning, but
he played his thirtieth shot too soft for a
Ingle cushion carom and left the balls In
position for Cure.
The latter, with 72 to go for the game,
ran up 66, falling on a single cushion
balk shot with the two cue balls frozen.
EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS
Gemmell Wins the Fourth Race at
Emeryville from Fordello.
OAKLAND. Cal.. March 23-The track
was muddy today. Fordello was plunged
on In the fourth, but waa away none too
well and Gemmell beat him less than a
length In a drive. Ace of Dlamonda was
bid up from $400 to $600 by M. 8. Calne,
but H. G. Bedwell retained htm. Sum
maries: First race, six furlongs, selling: Ace
of Diamonds (118. Taplln, 11 to 5) won,
Little Jane 4113, Ross. 18 to 1) second.
Hazlet (118. Butler. 3 to 1 third. Time:
1:16H. Light House, Toll Box, Evelyn
K, Banthel and Tennessee Boy finished as
Second race, three and a half furlonga,
purse: Old Mexico (107, Sandy, S to II
won, Turret (104, Scovllle, 16 to 6) sec
ond, Fire (110, Walsh. 9 to 2) Ihlrd.
Time: 0:42. Transatlantic, Glenna
deane. Warfare, Nautical and King of
Yolo finished aa named.
Third race, mile and fifty yards, sell
ing: Yankee Daughter (98, Unburn, 8 to
2) won, Coppers (107. Butler. 8 to 1) aec
nd. Chenavaca (106, Sandy, 80 to 1) third.
Time: 1:48. Yakima Belle, Romanoff.
Sake. Wap. Salnrlda, Sliver Knight, Pa
triotic, Eckersall and Tea Tray finished
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling: Gemfnell (110, Scovllle. 4 to 1)
won, Fordella (107. Irfe, 9 to 10) second,
Silver Stocking (103, Taplln. 13 to 1)
third. Time: 1:09 Vi. St. Francis, Bu
colic and Security finished rm named.
Fifth race, mile and fifty years, sell
ing: Rubric (113. Sandy, 7 to 1 ) won.
St. Avon (106, Taplln. 7 to 1 ) second,
Steel (97. Clark, 11 to 2) third. Time:
1:4844. Banpnaal, Smiley Metzer. Erbet,
Mauretanla and Import finished as named.
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards,
purse: Ketchemlke (10. Butler, 18 to 61
won, Bellwether (108. 8andv. 4 to 6) sec
ond, Ocean Shore (109, Coburn, 11 to 21
third. Time: 1:47. Netting, Rather
Royal, Marwood and Joe Nenlon finished
nmmarles nt Santa Anltn.
LOS ANGELES, March 23.-anta Anita
First race, six furlongs, selling: Ben-
stone (106. T. Rice. 7 to 1) won, Miss De-
laney (106, C. Henry. 11 to 6) second,
Front en ac (lug, Kennedy, 12 to 1) third.
Time: 1:16. Quagga. Our Anna. Toupee,
Aucassln, Tavora and Redondo also rnn.
Second race, 2-year-olds, three and a half
furlongs, selling: La Petite (lofi. Kennedy,
even) won, Placlde (105, McGee. 15 to 1) sec
ond, Camera Musgrave, 16 to 1) third.
Time: 0:43. Lllllum, Cussle Agregor, Lady
Pure and Dare Do It also ran.
Third race, seven furlongs: Light wool
(107. V.. Powers, 1 to 7) won, Pedro (Pin.
Preston. 6 to 1) second. Orello (107. Rulwell.
76 to 1) third. Time: U27H- Hannls.
i Desmages and Duchess of Monlebello also'
Fourth race, purse, mile: Norbltt GOO. Mc.
Gee, to 2) won. Edwin T. Fryer (104, Llnd
horst. 10 to 1) second. Green S.-al (104, G.
Henry. 8 to 1) third. Time: 1:42. Critic
Fifth race, selling, mile and a sixteenth:
Buelere (109, V. Powers, 11 to 6) won. Star
Thistle 108. Kennedy, 8 to 2) second, Bucket
Brigade (ICS. T. Rice. 12 to 1) third. Time:
1:67V Curtain Burnett. Little Mose and
Needful also ran.
Sixth race, selling, six and a half fur
longs: Albion H. (110. Musgrave, 4 to 1)
won. Agnea Virginia (110. McGee, 7 to 2)
second, Gene Wood (107. T. Rice, 10 to 1
third. Time: 1:?4H Paumonok Pinaud,
Diamond Nose, Woodthorpe and Hogarth
Seventh race, six furlongs, selling: Incle
ment (112. Preston. 8 to 1) won. feervlcence
(107, Wlillams, 21 to 1 secind, Fundimental ,
1112. Musgrave. 18 to 6) third. Time: l:lu4i.
Bha'M'ale, Recluse, Uncle Jim. Sir Barry.
Anderson. Billy Bodemer. Otlllc, Rey Del
dlnero and BUI Eaton also ran.
Raclnar CombiIuIos Nail.
COVINGTON. Ky.. March 22-Judge
Harbson In Kenton county circuit court
this miming rendered his decision In the
noted esse of the litonla Jockey cluh
against the Kentucky Roclng commission
holding the law establishing the commis
sion unconstitutional. The effect of the de
cision Is to place Ittonla racing back to it
Judge Harbesnn held that the law creat
ing the Kentucky racing commission gave
that body power to regulate running races;
that trotting races and running races come
under the same legal category, and that,
therefore, the l.iw Is class legislation and
unconstitutional. The court, in other
words, held that the law, to be valid, must
give the rsclng eimmisslnn specific autlmr
Ity o"er both trotting and running races.
The deelalon la a complete victory for
the Latonta Jockey club.
The commission will appeal
Dnke nt Sparta Wins Rare.
INV)N, March 23-Tlie Lincolnshire
handle $ of 1.5 sovereigns for 8-year-nlds
ar.d upwards, the first big race of the
S'ason. ws run todiv and won hv A C
Miiifaraa' Duke of Snrtn Hoi Joel's Ar
ranruore was se. ond and F. Stern's lxn
croft third. The betting was :'' to 1. U
to 2 and 20 to 1 uh1iiM. respectively.
Twenty-three horses started. The distance
waa the straight tfllc.
W il li THE I. OC A I, BOW I. Klt9.
The West Sides St Uxt won two out Of
three giimes from the Curiahys list night
on the Aepocl.ition alleys. The West Sides
are trying mighty hard to get out of last
place, with Just one more series to play.
Rice of the West Sides was the pin-getter,
lth a single game of "3 and total of
Tonight Dieshrrs and Signal Corps. Score;
1st 2d. Srt. Total.
Yousem l. IK? ls;t 4M
Cross 1W) 14 U.7 447
Rice lt',6 213 ISO K4
620 60 1,4!4
4;t8 822 433 1.3M
The Stora Triumphs won all three games
from the Jotter Gold Tops last night on the
Association alleys, with Francisco getting
a high single game of 234 and total of 61ft.
Tonight Sanipecka and Metz Bros. Score;
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Frltscher 146 1!4 171 611
Wcher Itil lhl 161 4T3
Landgreen 191 1S5 24 f
.imtnerman I6rt 177 IK- 49
Francisco 2:11 190 615
.. KS2 fttt SM 2,68
JETTER GOLD TOPS.
The Birmingham Range company team
was more than rlKht last night, taking six
straight games from the Kellcy K Heydeit
team, and nviklng first place look like 3i)
cents. Martin had high totn for the
Range company with Oml and l)rinkwatr
had high single game with 226. Jennings
took all high honors tor his team with 220
for single game and 676 for total. Score;
BIRMINGHAM RANGE COMPANY.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
Drink w ater 2.'5
KELLEY & HEYDEN COMPANY. .
Totals 893 883 818 2,6
BIRMINGHAM RANGE COMPANY.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Sesniin 168 1W ld 6.VI
Kevt la 176 199 63-S
Drink water HVS Pi '.16 6S1
Martin 'J'J 226 l'
Thomaa 171 164 1!i0 475
KELLEY & HEY DUN COMPANY.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
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Births and Deaths.
Births Forest Behm, 6318 Pine street,
girl; Henry Humpert, 1712 South Seven
teenth street, boy; George Gift. 4116 Nicho
las street, bay; Warren M. Bugbey, 2120
Larlmore avenue, girl; Fred Ingrraoll,
Omaha General hospital, boy; Edgar Plck
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Deaths Anna Verreger, Omaha General
hospital, 16; Ernest Oyren, 1942 South
Twelfth street, 1; Harry O. Ferguson, 182o
Van Camp avenue, 38; Victoria Carlson,
1102 Miller street, 6fi; Clarence Raymond
Carleton, 2516 North Thirty-ninth street, 1;
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