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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, APRIL 6. 1900.
POULTRY AND EGGS
1 m tn
ftwrti tf $ pr 1"D, at Mandy
rm. ici. r lorenca ins.
(U-M7W A 3D
fHAMC ERliAiK . Original perfect dry
click fed. I's thin only and imti young
chickens. Btewart a Feed ".tore. Bole
Agents, n. mn at til) Mmi May r
It,VRR' I.ACED Wyandotte cocker',
choice stock. rrn1 aiiil iinecored; Pekln
ducks. Mr: fi K. McLatughlln, Manning,
la. ' (U)-M587 A4
EOOB-lTom two fine twie tf . Barred
Rorka of coekerl mating; cockerels scor
ing 1 and lilt, $3 per IS. Eggs from' out
side pens, 13 per 100. Mra. J. M. Stewart,
Ainaworth. .Ia. (11) M2M x
JAftVK FTH. CO., Job flntlng end ralen
dara, fth & tap. Ava. Phone Ind A-SR30.
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li WA. . -L'. .
Rr.en abstract co.. tm. m-. prompt
service; Bet our prlcea. J710 Farnam Ht.
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REAL ESTATE TITT.K-TR18T CO.
CHAS.'iw WILLIAMSON, President.
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PAYNE INV. CO., flrat floor N. T. U
BENJAMIN R E. CO.. 471 Brandels BMg.
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' pARUNO ft DA RLTNQ,
441 Brandels Bldg., Tela. D. 8034 or A 132.
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CI TV PROPERTY FOR BALE.
Buy Them Now
room.' mnflrn, except heat, yellow pine
finish, cemented cellar, isot 334x132. On
Nice P-rurmV house, modern except heat,
located on North 28th Ave. A nice little
Fine new s-ronm' house, all modern, ex
cept heat, well finished and In flrat class
condition. Lot Zla. Located on Kugglea
' $3000.00 :-" ' ' - '
A dandy S-room nous bn .Biirt St.. Com
pletely modern, cement cellar, brick walka,
everything" In good condition. .
Blx-roont houaa, modern except heat, well
located on Templetoh St. A ' nice home.
. .' ; $3275.00.
An elegant tPtoom cottage' on North 23d
fft. Well built and modern except heat. A
nice home at a reasonable price, consider
ing the location. "
A real np In a nice elx-room modern
cottage, well located on North 21st 8t. Be
ure to see this ,one. .... ,
,:' ..$'-'500.00 :
A brand new all-room house nicely
located on Pratt St., lot 4"xiai. South front,
cement walks. . .
' - $4200.00 -
A nice, se.ven-r.xini house, . modem, on
. Bpauhllng St. ykcjl. built and In first claaa
, - . : $4150.QO., . . .
A danljy 7-room new house on- Spencer
St. A fine modern home. Oak finish. . .,.
Keal Homea at Baf gain. Prices
The VTorld Investment Co.
Doug. ja. 'i j. Ind. A-4363.
Wll-4 N. Y I.. Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
U) M341 T
-TtU(Br MODERN HOME
- -rtaatered-Attlc. , '
Two blocks from 2th 8t, ear.
" South front.
.t-ol IKhil8. taved atreet
4 -ST) Poppleton Ave.
fnillre at "W Poppleton Ave.
a beautiful home in
forest Hill park addi
tion, 9TH AND WILLIAM
i $5f(0o; EASY" TERMS '
v Thla la the cheapeat house offered for
aala today,, the alao of the hoiian and ar
rangement of rooms, location and finish
considered. Hae full basement, cemented,
good furnace, laundry aink. First floor haa
large reception hall, parlor, dining room,
kitchen, large butlera pantry and rear en
try. Colonade opening between the parlor
and dining room and reception hall and
parlor. Open" stairway of oak. There are
four fine corner bedrooms on the Second
floor, birch finish white enameled, with
maiogany itaorawued rak floors In all
bedrooms and aubfloorn upstairs, fine attic
over entire house, floored- with flooring kiid
having four windows. There are nice closets
In each room, linen closet in hall, good bath
room, modern plumbing. All rooms are
decorated with beautiful paper and the
house la wired for electric, light and piped
for gaa, and haa' fine combination lighting
fist urea. Beautiful oak finish In the llvlnir
rooms.. The street Is paved and the paving
pakl for., IV la clOse. lrr nd yet In a very
desirable neighborhood. If you see this you
will buy. It, Will be open for Inspection
today. ' ' '
. HASTINGS HETDBN. 114 Harney Bt.
1 ' ' :' ' : .. (18) 322-J
J,n-HANSCOM PliACE NORTH OF
PARK, It-room houae. partly modTrn, full
Int. CHRAP. Just the plaoe-for someone
wild wHI-apand a-little money and fix
vp a good home:' '
A M. J. KENNA-RD CO.,
y-10 Brown Blk,
HKAU ESTATE FOR SALE.
Figure yuwr reitt lecelpta. Suppose you
had paid that amount on a borne of your
own? Ntt too, late yet.
lxxik at t0o3 8. 25th Ave,. 4-niom, good
1 1 me and a geod iiiveatroent at SI, 400.
iSM N. Jh,7-wm, t-atory barn, ' big
trees and out houses. - You can't begin to
auplicate-'lt fur fl.MlU.
4-room. chlcktfl house, coal house, etc.,
iwb iota. 7UUM. on tl.)0. -
t-room, modern, paved street, fruit trees,
hade trace, lot 40xte. 1.6no. or will give
you 10f feet front for S3. fen
NOWATA LAND ijOT CO.
"' Sufta CVl IS Y. Ufe Uldg.
I'hone Red 1. ' itinalia. Neb.
Eight room.- modern, oak finish, full two
atoilaa,Marge,.cornuiodloua roouis, eU-gant
arrangement and finish: built for a home
two rsjgOi east front, Hanacom park.
Park -Ave. ,Thla property must be sold
by the loth Inst., and ,th price will sell
It, aa It Is ottered for less thsn Its
actual value. Part cash mill handle It.
' U2 Biahdela Bldg.,' Omana, Neb.
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HOMES IN BENSON Part cash: balance
same aa rent.. W. E. Yartoa. 228 8. tir
pbaitage Ave.. Benson. Tel. Benson tel.
. . ' . tl)-MZ A00
BY OWNER. -room. modern house, with
barn. Vlsntcotn Place, S3.MJ0. Address U
. cars -uee. U) MKO 10
BOl'LEVARO HOL'BE. SMS North lth L
rooms, modem, only t2,bua Thoinaa
orennaa. room 1 New TTork Life Bldg.
1 (U) M4
FOR BAnS Nebraska 'a choicest corn and
alfalfa' lands. Writ fur price list of bar
aioj. L. W4, Falrbury, Neb.'
iu ssjjb n I
CITY rildPKRTl rOH balsi
RIGHT IN TOWN.
Ixits of room. Just what you have longed
for. with plenty of bearing fruit, extensive
chicken yarfls and large garden tract;
seven lots In all, with east front, aeven
mom house, fine open plumbing. gaa
throughout, splendid sharie. .Vi feet fine
Iron fencing and only two bloi'fce of Ames
Are car, at 46L'4 N. STth Bt. Don't fall to
sea this quick. Price juat reduced to S3.B00.
Main Floor. N. U Life Bldg.
for thlg property. 610 Poppleton Ave.
Vacant lot, 8 let and Corby St.
Creigh, Sons & Co!,
IF YOU HAVE
City property, farms, ranch lands or mer
chandise to aell.or trade, list them with
me. It costs you nothing unless I effect a
sale. W. W. Mitchell, 332 Bd. Td bldg.
Ten acres. In town limits, high and
sightly. A choice building spot selected
by owner for that purpose. Overlooking
the beautiful valleys. Kor a few dnys
can be had for S3,5". ,
2 COTTAGES, S and 6 rooms, barn on
alley, large lot, near iw h . and UUinlng
Bts. Nearly modern, south front, were
built by owner; 1 cottage renting for S3
per month. Part cash: terms.
HARWOOD & HARWOOD, -Both
'I'hones. 416 Bee Bldg. '
LIST your property with Chris Boyer, 22d
and Cuming Sis. 19 622
WANT CASH offer for lots IS and 14,
block 1, CrHghton HHjrhts, northeast
corner 4.W and Corby Bts. Telephone
Harney 3499. (IH)-M1S lOx
REAL ESTATE, IOAN8 and Insurance
List your property with Us for sale or
exchange. Walnut' and Orchard Hills
Realty (In., 4010 Hamilton St. 'Phones
Harney S76S; Ind.. B-1842. USUti
CLOSE IN flat location, south and east
front, full lot, only 12 blocke from the
Boaton Store, $2,000. I. CONNER, owner,
SSI Board of Trade Bldg. (19)-M4t 7
GREAT bargain, all modern, nearly new,.
bot water neat, ror ii.uuu teas tnan it
la worth. 241S Charles. Telephone
Web. 13. (!) M290 6X
FOR SALE Handsome, spacious residence.
In choicest location possible, modern, fine
condition; Inquire of owner. Address
Postofflce Box 121, Station D. Tel. Harney
S434. 1 M720X
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR SA LB
FARM AND FRUIT LAND. .
Denver-Greeley district, under irrigation: I
augar beets, airaira, general farming and
fruit raising; low price, easy payments.
National Investment Co., 682 Brandels
Bldg.. (Jmaba. Tel. Douglas 6tl. (20) o7
A FIRST CLASS BARQAIN--l,7l acres.
Comanche county, Kansaa; 8 miles to
good market; all smooth land; 300 acrea
a little rolling; 400 acrea cultivation, 2M
acrea wheat, aome alfalfa, good Improve
ments. Price, S32,0UU. Aikln-Hartronft &
Co., Lyons. Kan. (20) M886 9x
NELSON'S bargain list 14 SO acres 4 miles
from C.yde; nice, level land, all fenced, at
$160. 16100 acres near Agenda, lit- Ger
man settlement; creek bottom and well
Improved. A bargain at $3,000, with good
terms. Also hv several good farms that
1 can give good trades On. Write for my
complete list, mentioning this paper.
Walter Nelson. Clyde. Kan. (20)-Ml3 S
FOR BA LE 448-acre ranch neer Sidney, 120
acres of hay land, 180 Acres, farm land,
. balance pasture, nearly all" fenced; good
well, but no buildings. School house near;
sidetrack close. Price $1& per acre, part
on time. Ws have many other bargains.
SO-acre farm, well Improved, near. Grand
Island. S.400. For particulars; write Dill
Huston, Grand Island, Neb.
FARMS $Qrto $lo per acre. Write Tor our
long list mailed free. Bemls. Brandels
Bldg. (J0I-M3J S
$80,000 FOR A 81 NO LE OAS ' WELL The
Kansas Natural Gaa company paid that
amount for a well near Nowata, ltv No
wata county; we have land at $19 to $J6
per acre; you might get a gaa well: If
you will le ua. we will explain why thla
land la so cheap; it's good farm land, .too.
Nowata lnd and Lot Co., Suiter 824
N. Y. Life Bldg, Omaha, Neb. Phone
Red 1999. Open evenings: () M17I t
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co.,- 12iX Farnam St.'
. ' (2)-626
WANTED City loana. Peters Trust Co.
BRCOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Room 417-18 First Nat l Bank BMg.
Bell phone Dpuglaa 2218.. . (22)--
LOANS WANTED." '
If you need a reasonable loan on' well Im
proved Omaha real estate, I can enter
tain your application, at S or 6Vc per cent
intereat. according to location or grade of
property; no delay, and privilege is given
for repsvment before meturlty.
I. Blbbemsen, 208 Old Boston Btore Bldg.
PAYNE. B08TWICK CO. N Y. Ufa.
Prlvste monsy; $500 to $6,000; low rate
$lue TO $10,009 made promptly. F.'D. Wead,
v eao. mug., itn sua remain. -.-ii
FTVB PER CENT MONEY
te loan on
Omaha Hualneaa Property.
THOMAS B R EN NAN.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. Sherwood.
61$ Brandels Bldg. (22-31
IjOWHST lUTKS-Bemls. Brandels Bldg,
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha prop
erty. Conrad Young. 1413 Dodge St.
$V TO SR.OOO on homes In Omaha. 0"Keefe
Real Estate Co.. loOl N. Y. Life. Doug,
or A-21U. , (a)-37
MONEY TO LOAN" -Payne Investment Co.
SB09 to tXti.wa, lowest rates, no delay.
Grvln Bros.. 1404 Farnam. (32) M
MONEY TO RI'ILri'
Svm to IKni.mo f current rates.
I W. H. THOUA4 L.1 1r.l S.-.I I K.nl, DU.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED TO BUT.
IF you MtHT aell. list with us. Wa cannot
sell anything unleas at equeese prtoee.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.,
Suite 634, N. Y. lire Bldg Omaha, Neb.
'I'hone Red lr.
Fl'RNACE. steam and hot water repairs;
Thermoatata and other heat regulators;
new furnaces and hot water combination
heating. Omaha Stove Repair Works,
13fe-12m Douglas St. 'Phones: Ind. A-IW1;
Bell. Douglas MO. j
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prlcea for secondhand furniture,
carpeta, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. 1971.
BEIST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpeta, stovea, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
Al'CTIONEERINO The noted auctioneer
of Iowa., Ill, and Neh , F. D. VanPelt has
located In Omaha. Office, MS N. T. Life
Bldg. 'Phone Ind. A SS22. (-614 A17
DO you want to sell your home In a hurryT
Then let us help you out. It will cost you
nothing unless we get your price. BKMI8,
Brandels Blk. () M337 (
WANTED Male Blenheim spaniel dog.
wnite witn Drown spots. 224 No. 18
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED to rent. May 1, f or -room thor
oughly modern house. In good neighbor
hood, will lease for year. No children
' Referencea given. Address, stating terms,
S 266. Bee. () 64 ax :
WANTED To rent by May L unfurnished
T or S-room house. West Farnam district.
Tel. Harney 8233. (26) S12 7
YOUNQ married couple, no children, desire,
to rent completely furnished house or
apartment; preferably In West Farnam
district, for the summer or longer; refer-
. ences exchanged. Address O IK, Bee.
tl NDEB-Marrled couple of refinement
desire suite of rooms In Dundee for six
months, during construction of their
house In Dundee; references exchanged.
Phone Webster 2454. (281 M:t30 8
POSITION aa atenographer; references.
Auuresa o, see cuice, south Omaha.
POSITION WANTED by lady as book-
ni"" jiir ; win aiart in at
a reasonable aalary, provided there Is
chance for advancement; 6 years' experi
ence, with beat of references. 'Phone
Webster 1818. . (271-191 x
RELIABLE colored woman wants day
mork. Tel. Douglas 4446. 27-M335 7x
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
quartermaster. Fort Omaha, Nebraska
March , 1906. Sealed proposals In tripli
cate, subject to the usual conditions will
be received at thla office until 11 o'clock
a. m., central standard time, April 7, 1909,
and then-opened In public for constructing
plumbing, heating, electric wiring and elec
tric fixtures for the following buildings at
Fort Omaha. Nebraaka: One double bar
rack, one stable, one stable guard and
abop building and one gun ahed. Full Infor
mation furnished on application. United
Bf,.. reJ,"rv" h "-l-ht to reject any or
all bids. Envelopes oontaintng proposala to
be marked. "Proposala for constructing
etc., buildings at Fort Omaha, Nebraska "
and addressed to Captain C. de F. Chand
ler, Constructing quartermaster. Fort
Omaha. Nebraaka. M. 8-9-10-11 A6-4
PROPOSALS FOR FRESH MBATS-OE-flce
of commissary purchasing agent.
Panama Railroad company, 24 State Street
New York, March 30th. 1909. Sealed pro
posals will be received at this office until
S p. m.. April 29th. 1909.' for . furnishing
refrigerated fresh meata In the estimated
minimum quantity of l.fiOO.OOO pounds for
IE.".. "tI?1 '?m M,r mi to September
30th. 19C&. Blanks . and fall- Information
V? , obtained from the undersigned.
Wendell L. Simpson, Major Nineteenth In-
.V'8' A ' Commissary Purchasing
Agent. 24 State Street. New York.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Issac L. Beisel and wife to Hattie
B. Melronymoua, north 6o feet of
south 100 feet of los , Brighton $ 50
Albert A. Lamoreaux et al to Lamor
eaux & Peteraon Co., lota 7 to 76
; First addition to Mid City j
Mary Perslnger and husband to Mary
Perslnger and husband lots 1 and i.
block , Lake View i
United Real Estate & Trust Co., "to
Evelyn 8. Lucas, lot , block 14,
Kountse Place 950
Florence F. Craig and husband to
Paul D. Denison, lota 37 and 38, block
6, Lake View 230
Jacob E. Kooaley and wife to Leon
A. Scbryver and wife, lot 12, block
"H ' Saunters & Hlmebaugh'a ad
11. H. Clouso and wife to Iva S.
Hooper, lot 1, block 11, Brlggs' Place.. S.200
Wm. C. Norris to Morris W. Kinder.
lot 8, block 64. Florence 1,100
Chas. H. Bchnelle to Jas. Nelson, lot
4. block 6. Patrick's addition 2,300
Wm. H. Mallory and wife to Joa D.
Jacoby, lot 31, block 2. Patterson's
Sub , , ;35
Ethan A.- Cole to Alfred Avers, lot 4,
block 45, Florence 350
Trustees, of Congregation Bale Jacob
Anshe Sholom to trustees of Hun
garlan Society, lot 1 block 8, Cote
The John A. Crelghton Real Estate &
Trust Co., to Michael Kelaer, part
SE4 8W 28-16-13 1,609
Frank W. Carmlchael, trustees, to
Raamus Hansen, lot 18, block 102, -Dundee
Mary Murphy and husband to Abra
ham Jaffe and wife, N4 lot 11,
block 13. E. V. Smith addition 2.000
Frank Dlnuxxo and wi.'e to Mayme
Carmean, lot SI, block 3. Sulphur
United States to Theodore P. F. Jss
person, NW4 NEW Sl-16-13
Boulevard Park Improvement Co., to
Shinier Chase Co., yot S, block 7,
BoulevaTd Park 1
Frank Schrag and wife Carrie Parys,
south 20 feet of lot 3, and north 20
feet lot 4. Redtcks 3d 3.350
The National I.and Co., to 11. R.
Riley, lot 4. block L Ralph Place .. 1
Milton Rogera Kstste Co.. to John L.
Mulflnger, lot 18, Milton Rogers Plane I.RuO
W II. Russell and wife to Frank
Kotera. lot 10, block 17,' Halcyon
Caroline L. Poppleton et al, trustees,
to Sameul Gardner, east S feet of
lot 8, block S. Poppleton Park 60
Payne Investment Co., to same, west
.10 feet of lot 2, block 2, Poppleton
Chas. F. Robertson and wife to Fred
Nelson, lot 21, block S, Buunders A
lll.'inbaugh's addition to Walnut
Hill , 1.5O0
Mary E. Chadwlck and husband to
II. L. Lehmer et al. 18.70 acres In
NEV S-J4-13 3.563
Solomon J. Firestone and wife to H
8 Carlson, lot 84, Flreatones Sub 190
Anton K Lott and wife to Rruee
McCulloch, lot 10. block 1M. South
Wm. A. Kerlebs and wife to Daniel
Buckley, west 37 feet of lot $. and
south 64 feet of west 37 feet of lot 7.
block 14. E. V. Smiths addition. 2.0O9
Chas. L. Hmlth to Dald H. Harding,
part of lot 4. block 12. Bemls Park . 8.250
Edwin C. Stesrns snd wife to Albert
. W. Pettis, sub lot 6. tsx lot 10. sec
tion 8-14-1S 1.M0
Geo. W. Holdrege to Gate City Land
snd Investment Co., lot t and part
5. Windsor Place 40.000
Marv H. Harts to Frank W. Greennian
8, lot 2. block 6. Bowery Hill ... .1.600
Chas W. Sears and wife to L"la E. ,
E. Clarkson. lot 12. block 4. Spring
Lake Park 2760
D. C. SCOTT, D.V.S.
(Successor te Dr. H- L. RamacaiotU.)
Calls Preaptly Answered at All Hoora.
MILLERS COME TO TOWN
Jimmy Collins, Old Star, Leads Can
FLAT ROURKtS THIS AFTERNOON
Minneapolis Team, with Other Big
Lesgaers, Will Be In Omaha
far Three Days Thla
"You should have seen Jimmy Collins
when he reported this spring. He was
more awkward than any busher you ever
Thus Mike Cantlllon spoke of his field
manager and captain.
For years Collins was recognized as one
of the best third basemen In the business.
but ha lais slewed down a little and
youngsters have arisen to take his position
away from him. Its will captain and man
age the Minneapolis team this year, Mike
Cantlllon having resolved not to go near
the players' bench this summer. All the
ball players have a hard time to limber
out In the spring and Collins had a harder
time than ever, as he took a complete rest
during the winter.
Pa Rourke will try te show the Millers a
few kinks about the great national game
and expects to win at least two of the
three games scheduled for today, Wednes
day and Thursday.
Long Bath Is recovering from hia India'
position and will assist In the defeat of the
Millers. The change In climate from Call
fornla to Omaha did not agree with him.
The warm weather of the last two days
has worked wonders In Pa's colls and they
have shown remarkable Improvement. .
Onraha. Position. Minneapolis
Clair First Wheeler
King Second Downs
Franc Short ....Oyle
Pendry : Third
Welch Center Edmunson
Vashinder , Right Mortens
l,e Brand Center Black
("adman..... Center Moore
Oondln...' Center Rapp
Johns-Sanders Pitch ...Young-Patterson
Hansem-Rltxman. Pitch Wilson
Hlcnbeck-Janroti Pitch ....(utility) Qtilllln
PICK A HI) BEAT THE MONARCH
PVkard'a Colts defeated the Monarchs In
g fast and well played game of ball at
Fifteenth and Valley streets by the score
of 7 to 3. The feature of the game was the
pitching of Cravens for thej Colts and Hoff
man for the Monarchs. both striking out a
number of men. Score:
COLTS. , MONARCHS.
AB.H O A B. AB.H.O.A.R.
liny, e 4 111 2tlior. r. 4 t 0 1 1
CrtTens, ... 4 0 11 0Hoffmn, p... 4 113 1
KnulHh. lb... 4 1 14 OPeto, lb '.. 4 0 It 0
Kller. M . .. 4 1 1 1 OUm. si 4 I 1 t 1
Bi-hllmmeis 3b 4 t t 1 IHutto. 2b I 1 9 1
Mihr. tb I 1 1 I OHchnctder. tb. I I II
("arlon, If.. . I 1 4 OHopklnt. If... 3 1
Heni'sen. cf. I I nSmlth. cf .... lists
Plcksrd, rf . . I 0 08tevut. . nl. 1
Totals t til 3 Totals. II 7 11 9 4
Earned runs: Colts, 6; ' Monarchs, 2.
Struck out: By Cravens, 12; by Hoffman,
11. Time: 1:46. Umpire: Fogerty. Score
G ATM EH
Weatstaad Anaoaaces Kcbednle for
Base Ball Season.
TABOR, la., April 6. (Spoclal.)-C. O.
Wentslsnd, manager of thtt base ball
team at Tabor college, annourtcss his base
nan schedule tor this sprintc-wim consid
erable pride, as It Includes . eleven hard
games. The flrat game was-v played last
Saturday and next Saturday comes the
University of Nebraska -tram,
Following Is the scheduler -
April 8 Nebraaka university at Tabor.
April 18 Bellevue at Tabor. '
April 22 Missouri State Normal at
April 23 Tarklo college at Tarkio, Mo.
April 24 Amity college at College
May 1 Amity college at Tabor.
Mav 13 Peru at Tabor.
May I' Tarklo at Tabor.
May 28 Bellevue at Bellevue.
May. 29 Peru at Peru.
GAMES FOR DE9 MOIE COLLEGE
Coach Warrlaer of Basket Ball Team
Will Train Diamond Artiste.
DE8 MOINES, la.. April 5. ((Special.)
Manager Hellfenstein of the Dea Moines
college base ball team haa issued the
schedule for the base' ball team this spring.
It Is as follow:
April 8 Dfs Moines league team here.
April 10 Hlghlutid Park at Highland
April 188(111 college here.
April 27 Parsons college here.
April 80 Iowa Wealeyan university here.
May 18 Simpson college at Indianola.
May 27 Iowa Wealeyan At Mt. Pleasant.
May 28 Parsons college at Fairfield.
June 1 Central university at Pells.
' Coach W. A. Warrlner pf the basket ball
team will coach the base bail and track
teams here this spring, with North, the
physical director of the college, as
Bnteh Goes to Be Monkey.
Bertleavllle, Ok!., little realises what Is
in store for It this summer. It Is doomed
to have a circus during the entire play
ing season of Its base ball team. Why?
Because Butch Freese. the village cut-up.
la to be at Bartlesvllle this summer and
will not only catch, but will also do his
monkeyshlnes along the coaching line.
Butch, has been the life of the exhibition
games played so far in Omaha. Bartles
vllle la one of the new towns taken Into
the Western association to replace Wichita
"Mr. So and So
big banker up street
-h mnlr tnv 'f
5M A. SECRET BLEND'
c'flar a 5c and en
V ovs . What's the
use 'blowin' 10c if 5c gives that
'satisfied feelln?' "
Central Cigar Store
321 South 16th Strttl
FAST KXrKXSB BEKTICa
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18AM Tea Twia-Screw Passeagw Skeaasrs
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All Steamers Bqulppe With Wlrelasa
Slrat cabin. US upaurt eevon caMa. pal at.
A JOHNSON i ro. 18 8 tUtula St. CsJsaga,
lit w ts Local A facie.
and To neks, and this I the first time It
has had a real ball team. The fans will
take to Butch like files to sugar.
STATE WIMl Bill TKtM "MOOT
Mateh Rare tis.es Agalast Omaha and
Brhroeder f,ea Sweepstakee
Schroedpr had the distinction Monday of
being low man In the match race of the
stale team against Omaha and high gun
In the sweepstakes events, making a score
of 78 out of a possible 78. The Omaha
(am Inst the match race by six targets
The shooters left on the 4 o'clock trsin
for Uncoln to attend the three days'
snoot st tnat ptace.
Austin ,. 24
''' 21 21- 42
Parker 21 21 42
Landy jr. 24 49
Townsend H 2? 44
Aylesworth 26 22 47
Barber 16 11
Thorpe 14 14
Bray n 12
Ooitletb 11 12
Gates 13 n
Lewis 14 1
Fox 13 13
Adams 14 13
DIETS! CLIB TO L1V11 Of LAKE
Park and Building.
Diets club la the name of s new organ
isation of young men formed Sunday after
noon with fifty charter members.
The new club Is formed largely of the
old members of the Diets Athletic associa
tion which went out of existence a week
ago. The Dleta club will secure grounds on
the west side of. Bnllna Sea and has al
ready bought the plrt club house of the
Diets Athletic association from the C. N.
Diets Lumber company and will move It
to the new grounds and erect additional
A base ball dlamor-1 and grandstand will
be built and tennis courts will be provided
for the use of the members. The grounds
will have a frontage on the lake where
the members may enlov boating and swim
ming. The financial end of the new club
Is already taken care of and the success of
the club assured.
Officers of the Diets club, elected Sun
day are J. J. McMahon. nresldent: Dr.
Hayes Osantner, secretary, and E. E. Eis
erthart, treasurer. The directors are F. E.
Blind. O. W. Johnson, Charles O'Neill.
Frank Harrison and A. .Anderson.
KING MAV CHALLENGE FOR (IP
American Yachtsmen Woald Wel
come Sach Event.
NEW YORK. April 5 Commodore Ar
thur Curtis James of the New York Yacht
club, and another well known yacht man.
read with Intense Intereat today a report
cabled from Ivindon that inquiries had
been made here on behalf of the prince of
Wales aa to how a challenge from him for
the American cup would be received. None
of those seen, however, knew to whom
the reported Inquiry waa made.
we certainly wish the nrlnce would
challenge," said Commodore James. "It
would he the greatest thing for yachting
that could happen. You can say positively
that every member of the New York
Yacht club, and the members of every
American yacht club, would heartily wel
come such a challenge. It would still fur
ther cement the. friendship between the
Americans and British.
'I do not know to whom the inoulrles
mentioned were directed, but whoever It
was who received such a communication
would return but one answer that such
a challenge would arouse us all to Joy."
PORT OMAHA SOLDIERS START
Play First Game with Americans and
Lose It 5 to O.
The Fort Omaha .soldiers went down In
defeat before the Americana In their first
game of baae ball of the season, piayed
Sunday afternoon, the score being & to 0.
1 he soldiers tried three pitchers, while
Young pitched the entire nine-Inning game
for the Americana, striking out nine men
ami allowing but three hits and no passea.
The Americans will play the Benson Eagles
next Sunday, tjcere:
Americans 0 S 0 0 0 2 1 0 06
Soldiers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Earned runs: Americans. 3. Three-base
hita: Collins. Williams. Sacrifice hits:
Smith, Burke. Stolen bases: Dygert,
Denny, Fox, Kupp, Bherer. Double plav:
Guthrie to Stmcox. Bases on balls: Oft
Wells, 1; off Brewer, 2; off Cass, 1. Struck
out: By Young, 9; by Wells, 6; by Brewer,
1; by Cass, 2. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Denny
SURVEY OF GL1DDEN
Line of Travel from Omaha to Den
ver Drawn Next Week.
A survey of the route for the Gliddnn
tourists to take between Omaha and Den
ver will be made next week by H. E.
Fredrlckaon and Mr. Field, representing
the American Automobile association.
Mr. Fredrlckson received a telegram
Monday from Frank B. Hower, chairman
of the committee In charge of the Glldden
tour, stating that Mr. Lewis would reach
Omaha next Sunday. It ia planned that
Mr. field and Mr. Fredrickson will leave
Omaha In an automobile early Monday
morning, rain or shine, for the trip to
A detailed map of the route showing
every turn In the road between here and
Denver will be made and arrangements
for stopping places for the tourists will
also be completed.
Floor pluns of the leading hotels of
Omaha have been sent to the committee
In charge of the race.
I.VTHKK BASE BALL SCHEDULE
Uecorab College . Will Play Both
Nebraska and Iowa.
D ECO RAH. Ia., April 6. ( Special.)
Manager Jesaen haa practioally completed
the schedule of the Luther college base
ball team for this spring. It Is as fol
lows: April 29 University of Iowa here.
May 1 South Dakota university here.
May 8 Nebraska here.
May 10 Minnesota at Minneapolis.
May 11 Open.
May 17 St. Olaf college at Decorah.
May 24 Upper Iowa here.
May 27 St. Joseph's college at Dubuque.
May 28 and Upper Iowa at Fayette.
June 4 Wisconsin here.
WHITNEY HORSE TAKES RACE
American Wlna In Two-Year-Old
( lass at Xottlanhnm.
NOTTINGHAM, England, April .-The
Little John plute of aw sovereigns, for 2-year-ol.is.
distance four furlongs, was won
today by II. P. Whitney's Oversight, ridden
hy J. H. Martin, Salve waa second and
Dove Cot third. Twenty-five horses started.
Oversight's victory was the first success
this season of American horses.
The Klvaaten castle selling plate of 108
sovereigns for all agea, tive furlongs, waa
won by Hlllllng Fleet, Salut D'Amour was
aecond and 1'ieclude third. Eight horses
ran. among them Mr. Whitney's Queen of
FRENCH MOTOR BOtT WINS
German Entry at Monte Carlo Races
Sinks, bat Crew Is Reamed.
MONTE CARI.O. April 6. The motor
boat race held here today for boats of the
cruiser type waa won by. a French entry.
No Americans competed. The German
boat, the Prins Helnrich, sank. The crew
was rescued. The $2,000 prise for racing
boats waa captured thla afternoon by
Wellesley-Siddeley, owned by the duke of
Westminster. Dixie II., one of the Amer
ican boats, was third. The distance waa
31.06 miles, and It waa covered by the
inner In 49 minutes and secoi.ds.
Schmidt Joins Delrolts.
DETROIT, Mich.. April 6 Charles
Schmidt, the last "hold-out" of the Ie
trolt American league champions, tale
graphed today from hia home In Coal Hill,
Ark., that he had settled his differences
with the club and will join tha team In
St. Louis Thursday.
Dirk Dwrer, Old-Tlmrr.
Dick Dwyer. old-time ball player of
Omaha, member of the old Union Pacific
I tetuu from 1882 to VM, ia la Omaii vlslUug
I IN HATS Gc
I ' ' s
with hia friends. Ho played In Omaha
wnen the grounds were located at t:ight
eenth and St. Mary's avenue, right In the
heart of the city, and when John Drexel
was manager of the team and Frank Ban
die catcher. Mr. Dwyer is now in business
HOLLY S WIN FROM MERCHANTS
Game at Benson, Nreond of Benson,
Resnlta 4 to a.
Four to two was the score of a same
played Sunday at Benson between the
Hollys and the Merchants. In favor of the
Hollys. It was the second game won this
season by the Hollys, but aa a double
header waa played on the park In the aft
ernoon, It was limited to five Innings. The
fielding of Captain Gllham. the Holly sec
ond baseman, waa the feature of the game.
Hollys 1 0 3 104
Merchants 2 0 0 0 02
Pedestrian Weston Reanmea Trip.
YOUNGSTOWN, O., April 6.-Aftfr a rest
of over thlrty-slx hours, Edward Payson
Weston, the veteran pedestrian, resumed
his journey to the Pacific coast at 12:06
thla morning. He was In good condition
and expects to reach Canton tonight..
Vanderbllt's Horse at Bt. Cload.
ST. CLOUD. France. April 6. W. K.
Vanderbllt's Prestissimo II won the third
race here today. Silver Streak, also one of
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Vandrrbllt Geta Prises.
PARIS. April 6. A. G. Vanderbilt was
successful In the French horse show to
day, winning the first prize for a coach
BREAK WITH NICARAGUA
REPUBLIC IS IN SIGHT
United States Tires of Delays In
Dealing; with Emery
WASHINGTON, April 6. Indications are
that diplomatic relations between thla coun
try and Nicaragua are nearlng a crisis,
resulting from the failure of President
Zelaya to adjust the Emery claim. In
diplomatic circles It would occasion no
surprise If Senor Esplnosa, Nlcaraguan
minister to the United States, should
shortly be told by the State department
that the present difficulty has gone beyond
the range of diplomatic discussion. In which
event his request for pasnports would
The reticence of the State department In
regard to the case Indicates that the situa
tion Is more or less grave and that there
Is little probability of any settlement of
the difficulty on the basis proposed by
What Is regarded as significant In con
nection with the present state of affairs
Is the fact that J. H. Gregory, the Ameri
can charge d'affaires, who recently reached
here from Nicaragua, is not expected to
return to the Central American republic.
One of the next moves by the State depart
ment will be the transmission of the data
bearing on the caae to congress.
MInlstsr Esplnosa declines to discuss the
situation until further developments.
ADMIRAL CERVERA AT REST
Ceremony -Is Simple, According to
the Expressed Wish of
MADRID, April B.-Vlce Admiral Cervera
who died yesterday, was buried this after
noon. The body waa placed In a simple
black coffin and borne on the shoulders
of soldiers and bluejackets to the grave,
where a sslute of twentyone volleys was
fired. It was In accordance with the ad
miral's request there were no flowers.
The newspapers. In commenting on the
death of Admiral Cervera recall the warm
praise bestowed upon him by the Ameri
cana at Santiago.
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Instead it Irritates and inflames the delicate fibres and tissues around tha -pores
and glands and produces some of the many forms of skin disease.
The itching and stinging so often accompanying skin affections are produoed
by the deposit from the blood of the acrid humors with which it ia filled.
Into the sensitive membranous flesh lying just beneath the outer covering,
and surrounding' the countless nerves, pores and glands. This erplalns why
scratching the outer skin affords no relief from the itching aud burning.
8. 8. 8. cures Skin Diseases of every character by purifying the blood.. It
goes down Into the circulation snd remove the humors or acids which are
causing the trouble, builds up the weak, acrid blood, and permanently cures
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TBS SWIFT SPECIFIC C0.t ATLAXTTA, GA.
OF MT VALUE
BOY IS CAUGHT II UBRARY
evaiaeewaewaaew . " . j
Yovrfgster Credited with More Lore
for Adventure Than Evil-
LOADS UP WITH SOME CURIOS
Trapped in Balldlng aWd ArresOd,
bnt aa He Has Good Record
Proaerntlon Probably Will ''
"I ain't been readln' ncrthln' scornfully
declared Charllo Welch of 418 South Twen-tv-fourth
avenue Mondav mornlnr. when
it was intimaieo mat pernais mma novels
had caused him to attempt to rob tha
public library of a lot of old Indian relics
and a small arsenal of old-time weapons
The lad says he had Intended to sell the'
S7ui.ua hi i.jr.. mealing mem. Aiinougn ne
says he Is only 14 years of1 age. he look
several years older.. According to the. po
lice and the boy s family, he haa never
been In trouble before and It la thought
that he had merely become solxed, with a
desire to have some excitement of ' tha
rugged, western sort, and so had chosen
curios of the days when tha plains of
Nebraska were the scenes of lively hap
penings between Indian and pioneer.
Crouching under a table In tha children'
room of the publlo library, with a revolver
in his hand and with a large collection of
relics ready to be removed from the build
lpg the boy was caught about S o'clock last
night by Detecttvea Dunn and Pattulto
and Emergency Officers Morgan .and Lea
Welch waa evidently concealed In tha
building when It was closed Sunday after--noone
As soon as It became dark he re
moved his shoes and put on a pair of moc
casins, taken from a collection of Indian
relics. He had already provided himself
with some candles and two sacks. 'and he
commenced to gather up plunder of all
About the same time the night watchman
heard someone In the building and called
the station for help-. Emergency Officer t
Morgan went to the library on hia ihotorVf
cycle and the patrol wagon followed 'with
the other officers. The watchman waa so
ii9iunica mat. no .ipfew nis .gun On Mor-
ot,n a ti .1 I, wo. .III. Ai,M-.:i..i -1 . . . .'
b.. - "in. u..i.uu.iy insi ns was.
made to understand that It was not another
burglar he waa talking to. After tha man
was captured the watchman requested" that
a policeman bs left tlurre with him during
the night, and ah officer was detailed t
remain there. ' ' '
OBJECT LESSON OF DRY. TOWN ;
Saloon Men In Kentacky Class I'g
Pending 'Election 'on
CINCINNATI, O., April 6.-TO Imprest
upon the voters -the dryness of a "dry"
town, all saloon, keepers and llquer dealers
of Ashland. Kv.. several rieva o .-I a.l
up their saloons and turned the keys aver
to Mayor Mathewson, who Is to keep them
until after the local option election to he
held In Boyd county tomorrow. Irr addition
to this, they also deposited. $200," Which ht
to be forfeited In caae any one should be
aeen entering any saloon or liquor store mt
Ashland until after the flection.
Died of Paeamoala" , ' ,
Is never written of those who curt eoughi
and colds with Dr. King's New Discovery'.
Guaranteed. 60c and 11.00.'. For aala b
Beaton Drug Co.
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