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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1010.'
c itv ruopi:HTY rim
rr.c r Grand Ave. and Florence Plvd ,
' ug.mally noose from Rome Miller's $25.0)0
res rtence. Must b: sold. Act quickly.
Harrison & Morton
7 ROOMS 8TRieTLY MODERN,
In western part of town, lot ftOtllO. paved
i liiPt, concrete K!V; house la brand nw;
,11 sell at very low price if taken noon.
NOWATA IjA N I AND LOT CO.,
Suite C24 New York Life Bid.
SKI EVANS St, T rmmi, flaw, modern,
ak and pine finish: near Omaha univer
se -U.iM. Call W-31.
S2.2SO buys ne-v 6-room strictly modern
' roltag built by owner for residence; full
basement; attic floored; deal with tne direct
and save real palate dealer's commlaelnn.
Must be sold, aa I am leaving city. 2612
KAftM AJtD RANCH LAJIO POH f ALB
WE own six thousand acres of
first class alfalfa land in Fresno
county, California, together with
townsite on Southern Pacific
Railroad. This land adjoins fin
est improved section in Cali
fornia. Good schools, oiled roads,
etc., etc. We have started a
Swedish and Danish colony on
our tract. Have endorsements
vfrom best Swedish and Danish
sources in California. We want
some good live agent in Ne
braska to represent us and to
bring Swedish and Danish set
tlers to our tract. San Joaquin
Land & Mortgage Co., 326 Byrne
, Building, Los Angeles, Cal.
TOU CAN'T EQUAL. THIS LAND BUY.
820 acre, Irrigated, full water rights,
finest of land, growe alfalfa, sugar beats,
bats, bar'.ey, potatoes, wheat, etc. House
and all other fair Improvements; lies on
Laramie river; rural route; telephone,
close to State University farm; six miles
southwest of Laramie, Wyo; 110 miles north
of Denver: Price. ;W per acre; will carry
J4.C00 at t per cnt; worth do'Jb a the rr.on'jy.
i. H. COOK,
Land and Investment Securities,
315 Tabur Opera Block. Denver, Colo.
' COLORADO western slope Irrigated
orchard land. Delta district. 16 acre handles.
Write Walter P. Smith Co.. 7J1 17th St..
OF1 FLO HI DA SUNSHINE
will yield you more in dollars and cents
than 100 acres of lea and sleet, and think
of the difference In the fuel bill and the
comforts of living. What's the use of
flghtttiKVand fretting nd frecilng? Write
todays fw full particulars of tne greatest
tfnoney making city suburban land oppor
tunity ever offered in Florida and bank
proofs of our trustworthiness and respoh-
simnty in giving you a square aeai.
Tampa Hay Land company, lempie (jourt
Bide., Chicago. 111.
..JUlnnssota ,v . ...
MINNESOTA farms for bargains, See
F. M. Young. Plaltamouth. Neb,
100-ACRE FARM, 78 acrea under cultiva
tion, near Perham, Minn.; good building:
good soil; must be sold this month; price
very low. , L. Kctfeckl, 604 Mitchell St.,
FOR SALE 16 down, ' monthly, buys
forty tieres good timber land, Mtrics
county, Missouri; price, $125; talc perfect;
write for list R. C. Jarrell, Eldorado
SprtngM, Mo. , ' '
A NO. 1 fruit farm, 10,000 bearing apple
trees, 15 year old, near Omaha. Fost
elllce box 813.
HAVE two quarter sections In Box Butte
Co., Neb., for sale or will trede for clear
res!dei;cc property. Give price and full
description flrat letter. Address Y 125, care
Up luve 100 000 acres of choice land to
k ci from. : a lining in price from 15 te
1:0 per acre. Thin land . la the oil an
(as district and you might get an oil mall
ltd jour land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 New York Lite Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
j 'h'ij auiuuAuci loans negotiated.
' ' MmilhJ Unoms 417-18 First Natlnual lUnli
4 The' be" PboD Douglas lata,
' L'EY TO LOAN-Payne loveatment Co.
NTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
tlO to 10,00 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead bldg.. Uth and Farnam.
LOWEST RAT ES Bemls BrandeU Bldg.
Always on hand and for sale in
amounts from 1300 to $3,000.
BENSON. & MYERS,
411 N. Y. Life Bldg.
K00 to 1&.M0 on bomes In Omaha. O'Ktefa
Ileal Estate Co.. 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or
LOANS to bnuie owoera and horn build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay,
r.iit roml-annually No commission.
W. 11. THOMAS,
SOS First N annual bank Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan oq
pmaha Business Property.
Room L New York Life Bldg:
WANTED City loans and warrants. W,
r anient tSmlth A Co.. 130 Farnam Bt.
' PAYNE, BOSTWICK 4V CO.. N. Y Ufa."
1 'rival money. tj00 to b. 000; low rat.
QARVIN BROS.. Ill N. Y. Lif. $00 to
I UUU BRAND NEW -ROOM HOUSE"
In southewestern part of Omaha, free
fium Incumbrance of any klud. modern.
Want land at right price.
Meat market, alaughter house. Ice house
Tnliig fine businnaa In growing Nebraska
invn. Want Omaha property or land.
b-rooin modern house, large lot, east front.
In western cert of Omaha. Want clear
lund; price must be rik'ht. have no
ilir.r for whittling.
nowata Land lot co..
' bul'r U4 New Vptk Uf littltf.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
W'ti HAVE BUYEHS FOK
(, and T- room Louse. If prtoe are right
can aei. your property for yoj.
MOWATA LAND AND LOT :..
' Suit aM M. Y. Lif Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED-A 6 or Groom !;.! frim
61.. VW tn 11 v Must hf ne.trly new nnd
RiK-d loeatlniv. Write nilh full description.
Owners preferred. -
ff4 Brnndels Building.
WANTED TO BUY
BF.fiT price paid for second-hand furnl.
lie. rarpet. clothing and aha. Tel. Ujb(
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays b'St
irice 2d-hand furniture, clothea. e'.o. D 424.
HIGHEST price paid for broken watches,
old gold. etc. M. Nathan, III U. Uth.
rHONOORAPH records; buy all kinds
disk records. Address K 902, Bee,
WANTED TO RENT
WANTKD at ones by party of I. for I
or 1 months suite of furnished rooms
with board In private family. Location
must be good. Willing ta pay llbeialy
for satisfactory rooms. Address W-74L
WANTED Two or three furnished heated
housekeeping rooms, close in, by couple
with 4 months' old baby. State price in
reply. Address E M7, Bee.
WANTKD Board and room by teacher.
In refined private family. Address D 846,
YOUNO lady music teacher desires to
give piano lessons in private family In
exchange for board while attending
school. Boyles College, both phones.
WANTED By younc tn. place to work
for board while attendn.S 13uy.es college,
BY an experienced young man of 23 with
ability and experience In the office of a
good reliable firm. Address Y 2i, Bee.
SEATTLE! Introduce your roods In
the Northwest. Energetic responsible young
man wauls to represent reputable man
ufacturer. Understands conditions thor
oughly. Address George B. Kile., Seattlo,
. i ,
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
mastrr. Fort Ieavenworth, Kansaa, De
cember 4, 1809. Sealed proposals In tripli
cate will be received here until 11 a. tn..
central time, January 4, 1910, and then
opened In the presence of attending bid
ders for the construction of an Engineer
School Annex to Sheridan Hall at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, Including piumblng.
heating and electric wiring. Plans and
epeUflcatlone uiav be seen at this office
and offices" of Chief Quartermasters, fit.
Paul and Omaha, Builders' Exchange, Ht.
Paul; Master Builders' Exchange and U.
S. Quartermaster's office Scarritt building,
Kansas City, Mo. Full information and
blank forms of proposals furnished upon
application to this office. United States re
serves the right to accept or reject any or
all bids. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked Proposals for Engineer
School Annex to Sheridan Hall at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, and addressed to
Captain Wm. D. Davis, Quartermaster U.
P. Army, Constructing Quartermaster, Fort
'.eavenworth, Kansas. D4-6-7-SJ1-3
SALE OF CONDEMNED OVERCOATS
Office of Denot Quartermaster, St. Louis,
Mo., January 3, 1010. Sealed proposals In
duplicate will bo received here until 11
a. m.. Janiiury 25, 1910, for the purch tso of
4.9S9 overcoats, kersey, dyed black. Sample
may be seen and blank forms obtained at
this office and at office or depot ;uirter
rr.aster. New York. Boston. Philadelphia.
Omaha and office of chief n.uartermator,
Chicago. Certified cneck for twenty per
cent of amount of bid required. Envelopes
containing proposals to be marked: "Pro
posals for condemned overcoats, to be
opened JarTUary 25, 1910,". and addressed:
Captain W. M. Coullleg, U. S. A., Depot
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINO.
NOTICE IS Hi.Ki.BK that a spe.
clal meeting of the Stockholders of Tha
Missouri Pacific Railway Coinpa.iy wlil be
held at -the principal office of said Com
pany, in the Missouri Pacific Building, No,
Too Market Bireei, in in vny oi at. iiuu.
Missouri, on Tuesday, the Uth day of
January, lillO, at nine o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, to consider and act upon
the following propositions:
(a) To adopt a code of by-laws for the
(b) To ratify, assent to and approve a
certain Indenture of lease bearing date tha
Ifcth day of July, ly0$, by and between
Boonvllle, St. Louis & Southern Hallway
Company, a corporation of the mate of
Missouri, and this Company and authorized
on behalf of this Company at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the ititli
day of August, 10.
tc) To raiily, uttsent to and approve the
purchase by this Company of the whole or
any part o( the ranroads and other prop
erty and franchists of all or any of tha
following named railroad ximpanlea:
Carthago and Western Hallway Company,
Joplln and Western Railway Company, ijt,
Louis, Oak Hill and Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedalla, Warsaw and South
western ttauway company, ine n.ansas
City Northweatern Railroad Company, Th
Nebraska Southern Railway Company,
Omaha Belt Railway Company, Omaha
Southern Railway Company, pacific Rail
way Company tn Neeraska, The Pueblo
and State Lin Railroad Company, and
Kama and Arkansas V alley Railway.
(d) For the put pus of refunding under
lying mortgage bonds and equipment obli
gations of the Company and for other cor
porate purposes, to consent t, concur in
and authorise an increase oZ the bonded
Indebtedness ol The Missouri Pacific Rail
way Company, by th amount of 175,tMO,000
by the isue of Cold Bonds of tha Com
pany, limited in the aggregate to the
principal amount of l"5.0uu,000 at any one
time outstanding, to bear Interest at a rate
or rates not to exceed five per cent per
annum, payable seuil-annuaily, and ail or
any part of auch bonda, aa the Board of
Dlrectora may determine, to be convertible
at the option of the rolder and registered
owners therec f Into Bloc of the itaiiKy
Company upon auch terms and otherwise
aa the Board of Dlrectora may determine;
and to consent to concur in and authorise
th execution and -delivery of a mortgage
and deed of trust on and of the whole or
part of the railroads and other property
and franchises of this Company whether
now owned or hereafter acquired, to secure
such Issue of bunds by this Company, and
to consider and act upon th form and
terms of such mortgage.
te) To consent to and authorise the pur
chase by this Company from time to time
of not to exceed tio. 000.000 par value of the
bonds of the bt. Louis, Iron Mountain and
bouthrrn Hallway Company.
(f) To ratify the proceedings of the
Board of Dlrectora theretofore taken in
and about the miners aforesaid, including
th authorizatlur of said bonds and mort
gage and deed of trust and the ae to be
niade of aaid bonds, and to .consider and
act upon such other business as may
properly be transacted at the meeting.
The stock transfer books of the Company
will be closed at 1 P. M. on the 7th day
of January, 1910, and will remain closed
until 10 A. M. on the 19th day of January,
Dated. New Yora, November 17th, 1909.
By older of the Board of Directors.
GEORGE J. GOULD. President
A. II. CALEF. Secretary.
"The Missouri Pacific Railway Company,
195 Broadway. New York, Nov. 30th, 11x36.
To the Stockholder of The Missouri Pacific
Railway Company Referring to the notice
sent to you November 17th, I'M. calling a
apeclal meeting of (he Stockholder of thia
Company to be held on th ISth day of Jan
uary, 1910, you are notified mat tha stook
transfer books oi thia Company will be
c.'oafd at I o'clock p. ni. December 6th,
IX'J. Instead of January 7th, ltfiO, and re
main closed until 10 o'clock a. m. January
19th. 1910. This change in date Is made to
avoid any possibility of confusion in deal
ings in the stock and rights to subscribe
to bonds, prior to the date of said special
meeting. It unable to attend the meeting
pltast sign and return the proxy which we
have already aent you. A. II. CALEF,
Nov. IS to Jan. IS. Secretary."
Nor. U to Jan. IS.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OFFICE
of Let-Glass-Audi eesen Hardware com
pany, Omaha, Nebraska, December 11, 1909.
Notice la hereby given to tha stockholders
of lee-Glasa-Andreeeen Hardware Com.
.ny-ihat th annual meeting of the stock,
holder of the company will be held at the
office of the said company, corner of Ninth
and Harney Mree.a. in the city of Omaha,
In the state of Nebiaska, on luesday, Jan
uary 11. A. D. Ii0. at a o clock p. m.. for
Hi purpose of electing a board of direct
ors for the company to aerve during tha
ensuing year, aiui to transact auch other
business as tin.) be presented at aucti
meet ng. H. J. Lj.a.. President.
AtlMU W. M. Ui-Aa, e-eciMry.
DU Iv J U
PAPER FOR THE PUBLIC FRINTING
SEALED PROPOSAL will be received
until January It. ll, at 10:30 o'clock a. m ,
for furnishing th PAPER for the PUBLIC
TR1NTINO and BINDING fnr the year
ending 28th of February. 1911. th said pro
posals to be opened before and the award
of contracts to be made by the Joint Com
mittee of Congress on Public Printing to
the lowest' and best bidder for the Interest
of the government, the committee reserv
ing to Itself the right to reject any and all
bids, as Ita Judgment of Die best Interests
of the government may dictate.
Detailed schedules of the description,
quantity and quality of the paper required,
accompanied by samplea and blank pro
posals, and giving th regulations with
which bidders must comp.y, can be ob
tained by addressing Ham'l B. Donnelly,
Public Prlnter?Wehlngton. D. C.
The contracts will be entered Into for fu,
plylng such quantities of paper aa may be
needed and nn more.
The approximate estimated quantities set
forth In detail In the schedule comprls--:
127,500 reams machine-finish printing paper
21.000 reams machine-finish print, nj paper
44,000 reams slxed and super-calendered
white or tinted printing paper,
2,000 reams antique machine-finish print
38.100 reams white writing paper, loft
dried, various sizes and weights.
10.600 reams colored writing paper, loft
dried, various sizes and weights.
1,100,000 pounds white writing paper, ma
chine dried, various size and
300.000 pounds white writing paper, water
marked U S M O.
3,000 reams lover paper, various sixes
1.000 pounds of best plate paper.
100. Oflu pounds of best map paper.
700,000 pounds superfine talngie and dou
ble) coated book paper.
51ft,000 pounds manlla paper, various sizes
t.000 pounds plated bullet patch, various
404.000 pounds bond paper.
300,000 pounds safety bond paper, water
marked U S M O.
20,000 pounds blue bond paper, water
marked U 8 M O.
3.C00 pounds parchment deed.
155,000 sheets cardboard, various colors,
sizes and weights.
730,000 sheets bristol board, various colors,
750,000 pounds colored bristol and manlla
1,890 reams f list-class ledger paper,
laid or wove, various sises and
8,000 reams second-class ledger paper,
white or blue, laid or wove, va
rious ulses and weights.
100 reams tissue and copying paper.
20 reams blotting paper, any required
eland urd color and weight.
10 reams marble, comb and lining pa
per, various sises.
650 reams typewriter paper, various
sizes and weights.
225 reams letter paper.
100 reams white French folio, 17x22
3,000 pounds white paraffin paper 24x38
3.000 sheets parchment, 15x21 Inches. .
Proposals will be received for on thou
sand reams or more.
By direction of the Joint Committee of
Congress on Public Printing.
SAM L B. DONNELLY,
Washington, D. C, December 11, 1C09.
OMAHA. DEC. 22, 1909.-NOTICE' 13
hereby give l that the annual meeting of
the stcK'kholdera of th Omaha Gas com
pany will ha held at th office of the
oompany, 1509 Howard street, at 10:30 a. m.,
Monday. Jnnuary 3, 1910, for the election of
directors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of such business a may
come belore the meeting.
FRANK T. HAMILTON. President.
GEORGE W. CLABAUGH, Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Bee
Burning company will be held at 4 o clock
p. m.. Tuesday, January It, 1910, at the
office of said company in The Bee building,
Omaha, for the election of a -board of di
rectors for the ersuing year and th trans
action of such 'other business as may prop
erly come Detore sucn meeting.
H. A HASKELL, Secretary.
Dec. !7-23t DAS.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION STATION 10T1I A MASON.
Overland Limited a 7:20 am all :59 pm
China and Japan Mall, . a 4:00 pm a 6:50 pm
Atlantic .Express a 8:30 am
Oregon and Washington
Limited al2:01 am a 6:46 am
Los Angeles Limited. .. .al2:55 pm a 8:54 pin
Portland Special al2:55 pm a S :50 pm
Colorado Special a 1:45 am a7:4am
North Platte Local a 8:15 am a 4:45 pm
Colorado Express a 8:50 pm a 6:0 pm
Grand Island Local a 5:Z9 pm aio:3oam
Llncoln-Beatric Local.. b!2 :40 pm b 1:20 pm
Valparaiso and Central
City b 12 :40 pm b 1:20 pm
Ihlcaa-o, Rock Islaad A Pacific
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a 2:40am al0:30 pm
Iowa Local a 6:40 am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Day Express. ..a 7:42 am all:55 pm
Des Moines Local a 4 oo pm au:30 pm
Iowa Local bl0:X am b 9 5.5 pm
Chicago-Eastern Ex a 4:40pm a 1:15pm
Chicago-Nebraska Id. a 6:08 pm a 8:02 pm
for Lincoln a 8:25 am a 6:47 pra
Colo, and Cal. Ex a 1:2a pm a 4:30 pm
Okla. and Texas Ex a 2:30 pin a 1: pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd....al0:40 pm a 2:26 am
Chicago A Sorthwutern
Colorado-Chicago a 7:45 am a 1:30 am
Chicago Daylight Spl....a 7:00 am all:35 am
Omaha-Chicago Local. .. al2:05 pm all 3J pin
Colorado-Chicago a 6:20 pm a 3:28 pm
Omaha-Chicago Bp! a 6:02 pm a 7:00 am
Paciflo Coast-Chicago... a 6:0o pm a 1:23 p:n
Limited a 9:10 pm al2 :05 pm
uveriana Limited au la am a 7:05 am
Carroll Local a 4:15 am a 9:55 pm
rast i.ocai cedar
Rapids-Omaha a 8:36 pm
NORTHWESTERN LINE NORTH
Twin City and Dakota
Daylight :. a 7:60 am al0:20 pm
Minnesota ana j)uKoia..a :uo pm
Twin City Limited a 9:00 pm a 7:10 am
Sioux City Local a 3:45 pm a 3:28 pm
Omaha a 9:10 am
Omaha ail :00 am
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfolk-Bonesteel a 7:50 am al0:J0pm
Lincoln-Long pine a 7:50 am all :00 am
Norfolk-South Piatt. . .b 2:1J pm b 6:20 pm
Hastings-Superior b 2:16 pm b 6:20 pm
Deadwood-ilot Springs. a 6:55 pm a 5:2j pm
Casper-Lander a 3:55 pm all:o0aiu
Fremont-Albion ....O5:j0pm b 1:35 pra
K. C. and St. L. Ex...a 9:40 aru a 6:26 am
K. C & bl L. Ex. Lv.
Sal. 12 p. in all :15 pm a 6:50 pm
Chicago Express a 7:16 am a 3:46 pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 7:15 pm
Minn.-St. Paul Exp b 7:10 am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a 6:00 pra a 7:16 am
Omaha-Ft. Dodge Local. b 4:15 pm bll:oOara
Iklesio, Milwaukee A St. Paol.
Overland Limited al2:10 em a 7 :06 am
Omaha-Chicago Exp. ...a 7.00 am a:ooain
Colorado Special a 7:40 am a 1:30 am
Colo. -California Exp. ...a 6:00 pm a 3:25 pin
Perry-Omaha Local b 6:15 pm aU.Oupiu
Chicago Great Western-
Chicago Limited a 6
Twin City Limited a
Twin City Express a 9
:J0pm a 8:00 am
a 3:45 pm
:00 am a9:t0pin
Omaha-tit. Louis Exp. ..a 6:30 pm a 9:25 am
Mall and Express a 7:30 am all :15 pm
Sianberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bl0:16 ara
Bl HI,lMUTO. bTA. TiO I II A MASON
Denver and California. .a 4:10 ptn a 8:46 pm
Puget Sound Express. ..a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
Neoraska points a 8:20 am a 610 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pra a 6:19 pm
Northwest Express all 30 pm a 7:10 am
Nebraska points a 8:30 am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln Mail b 1:20 pm al2:16pm
Nebraska Express a 9:16 am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln Local b 9:08 am
Lincoln Local a 7:25 pm a7:Mpm
gchuyler-Plauamoulh ..bl jupm bl:20am
Plattsmouth-Iow a a 9:14 am a M pm
RMviiA-Plattsmouth ..al:S0rm afMnm
Colorado Limited ...all 30 am a 7:10am
Chicago hpeclal a 7:20 am all:lpm
Chicago Express a 4 20 pm a 3:55 pm
Chicago Fast Exp a 6:30 pm a I 00 am
Iowa Ical a 9:15 am all. (5 am
St. Louis Express a 4.66 pin all 45 am
Kansas Ciiy Ik ci. Joe..al0.45 pm a 6.45 am
Ku.iio City at St. Joe. .a 9:15 ara a 6:10 ptn
Kanna lit; at oi. Jui.. t:tpui
5EALE AND SPRACUE LEAD
Two Bowlers Continue Ahead in
KEYT LOOKS LIKE WINDER
Ohaahera- Second In Slnajlea. Third
riaee Still Seiner In Doabt
High Scores Are In
The click, bang, smash of the double and
single event of th city tournament con
tinue at the Francisco alley.
Nenle and Spragtie stUF maintain the
lead In the double event, although at aev
eral different times Saturday it looked as
if they would be displaced.
Keyt looked like a cinch winner In the
singles, with Ohnesborg second, third
place being still very dout;f-l, as 600 or
better Is getting quite freq.frt Keyt'a
average is 226 for hi three g.r and
Ohnesberg's 22 for his three.
Council Bluffs' twin, Goff, went aft. ;e
leader, but only managed to finish wit.
614, getting Into third place "with this
New Year's Scores.
1st. 2d. 8d. Total.
Schumacher ItiO 193 lt3 bi
Sherwood 151 173 126 460
328 ' 925
J. V. Lyons ......US
354 338 1,038
. 1st. ' 2d.
123 ; 154
174 ' 185
161 , 160
181 1, 175
Clark 176 . 213
193 ... 202
Tracey . .
. 154 213
.' I! y
Standing of th doubles:
Neale and Sprague
Zimmerman and Francisco.
Blakeney and Huntington..
Drlnkwater and Anderson..
Carman and Shults. . .... ..
Conrad and Camp
Mann and Billiard
Lehman and Rtapenhorst...
, u'i. m. il214
. ,Jl .'lr.T1171
. .. '.v.!.:, 1160
. ... 1 i - .1-1 128
Keyt and Seaman..
. 67 9
Latey ana ttaenr
Martls and Scott
Chandler and Lyons.......
Martin and Balxer
Godenschwager and Klauck
Fritscher and Waleni
Denman and Hartley....;,
Bryan and Anglesberg
Christiansen and Yale
Rice and Carter
Weeka and Kerr
Fagerberg and Voss
Goff and Tracy
Thomas and Encell ,
Otlbreath and Hlnrlclts
Dean and Caraon
Clark and Weber
Matthes and Johnson..
All others below
Standing of the singles:''
Walens '. -
C. J. Francisco
All others below
Notes of the Alleys.
The Omaha league will resume Its
schedule on January 3. instead of 'January
17. This will put them two weeks uhoad
and will allow them to drop the weeks of
the A. B. C. and Mid-Weet tournament
and still finish on time.
Nenle won the endurance race at Fra--clsco's,
with the following scores: 206, 1 i
15, 218, 1&8, 200, 191, 205. 237. 211. 170, 19. 222
268, 200. Total: 3,151. an average of 210 for
fifteen straight games. Wiley was stcund
with 190; Martin third, -with 1!W; Anrt-rson
fourth, with 195 and Matthes fifth, with 1113,
The schedule will be as follows:
Monday January 3, Meta Bros, agalnsti
Tuesday, January 4, Advos against Luxuh
Thursday, January 6, Dreshers against
Friday, January 7. Omaha Bedding com
pany against Molonys.
For croup there la nothing bettor than
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
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WKESXT SAILINGS BSTWItK MONTRSAU
QtEkSO and uvsaroou
Nothing bettw en th Auantle thaa or
wlria es in snii
W f K bkNJAMlH. O A
U . Clark iu, CkiMo. III.
Team Eecords and Individual Aver
a;es in Ten Fins in Omaha
and South Omaha.
Following Is the team standing and In
dividual averages for the week ending De
cember ,11, 19'9:
Team. Games. W. L. P C. Pins.
Maney's Sunklst Stars.. S3 24 9 .727 17.006
Heelln Mixers 11 24
18, 2i "3
Derby Woolen Mills 34
Parkev Autos ...
Hussie s Acorns
Moran 18t O'Connor 161
Bowers 132 Heche 160
Schneider 1 Paxton 160
Laird 175 Moyna 1'
Beslln 171:Howley 159
I'tt 170 Myers If
Laherka 170 McLen 157
Olllham IW Pollock 157
Or:ynne 16' Hester 157
Schneider 16" Mrrltt 154
Griffith IMByrne 154
Gibson 1M Ward 153
Chadwell 1st Crabh 153
McCune 163 Sanders 151
Francis 1H.1- Col 150
Patterson 16.1 Morton 15"
Orlman 16? Egsra 149
Slmmond 163 Tarkey ,.14?
Eckle 1611 Carey 144
This report does not Include games played
Friday night. December 31, 1909.
Soatk Omaha Staadlnars.
The South Omaha Bowling league has
completed th second week of the tnurns
ment and the management submits the
following table of averages and percent
ages, both of the several teams snd th
Soath Omaha I.eaajne.
Standing of the teams:
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Martin's Tigers 6
Company K 6
Carpenter Transfer Co.. 6
H. H. KRtskees 6
Fnlon Stock Tarda 6
20 ll.srkln 147
IWjW Inters 1T
116 FHryerald 146
16.'.iB. Smith 1(6
161 Ruff US
1H!0. Smith Ill
1-8IA. Chase 142
Vollstedt 16ii Zeeck 141
Lepinskl 156'Stelnhausen 11
Mann initpncklngham 131
Koll 151 O'Hern 121
E. Smith ir,2Cox 126
Cook ir-2 Fwlft 11
J. Usher IW Kellogg 121
Sporvln 14niVelmer l
H. Chase 14tcu kins 120
Roth 14!'Vv'elHh 11
Park 11 Schellberg 115
Ftye 148 R. 1'sher 101
Maney's Sunklst dropped a couple of
games to the Ilollys last night on the buse
ment alleys. Gibson had all high honors
for the evening with 211 for single game
and 671 for totals. Score:
let. 2d. 3d. Total.
122 138 170 430
....502 496 687 1.545
Takes Two Games
Blair High School and Gaydon Col
lege Go Down to Defeat Before '
BLAIR, Neb., Jan. 2. (Special.) The
South Omaha High school basket ball team
played the high school team of Blair In
the opera house this afternoon and won
over th Blair boys by a score of 42 to 11.
The game was followed by a game be
tween the South Omaha boys and the Gay.
don college team. South Omaha winning
again by a scors of 22 to lvover Gaydon's
Gaydon offered to play th. winning team
In the first game, and along with the high
school team suffered a severs defeat.
BARNEY EASILY THROWS C0RBIN
Strong; Man front Des Molne Take
Match from New Yorker.
Charles Barney, strong man of Dei
Moines, where he is athletic director of
the Dea Moines Athletic club, put Jim
Corbln of New York to the mat tn straight
falls Saturday night at the Oayety theater,
where a wrestling card occupied the
boards. Th time was 10 and 7 minute.
While Corbln had an appearance of
strength ha was not in wrestling condi
tion and the Adonis Barney clearly showed
In a short time that It woull be but a
matter of a few minutes until he had his
shoulders to the mat.
In the first preliminary Kremkow threw
PohpIsuI In 10 and 6 minutes with ap
parent ease. Jack Tollferro won from
Ruby the Russian, although the Runs
won the second fall In 2V4 minutes on a
DENVER MAY BE SURPRISE
Secretary of Des Moines Clnb
Hendricks Is Good.
DES MOINES, It., Jan. 2. (Speclal.)
"Keep your eye on Denver," said Johnny
Byrne, secretary of the Des Moines club,
her yesterday. "There Is the team that
will bear watching rext year." Byrnes
thlnka that the westerners wlil be one of
the utrongest teams In the Western next
"In Jack Hendricks they have a man
ager who knows the game from A to Z,"
ITASTINCS, Nob,. Jan. 2 (Kpeclal.) The
next annual tournament of the Nebraska
Cl.ecker and Cheis association will be heij
at the Lepln hotel in this city, beginning
February 1. The playing will continue four
days and about 100 contestants are ex
pected. Among the leading plavers who
will be here are Kelly of Sutton, Brooking
of Funk and Chambers of Table Rock.
F. A. Shoemaker of Hastings, secretary and
Measurer of the state association. Is mak
InK the arrangements for the tournament.
The association met hrre last February and
the attendance was so :arge the officers
decided to have the next annual gather
ing here. Large delegations are expected
from Lincoln and Omaha.
Anatralla Want n Dig; Fight.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 2 A cablegram
sent to a sporting editor of this city by
Hugh Mcintosh of Mydney. Australia, offers
a purse of 840.006 for a fight between Jack
Johnson and Tommy Burns to take place
In Australia next September. The Australian
promoter proposes that the winner of th
fight take the entire purse and th offer
la mad regradless of the outcome of the
scheduled championship match between
Jeffries and Johnson.
Kent Goes to Toledo.
IOWA CITY. la . Jan. 2 -(Special )
Maurice Kent, the former star Cnlvernlty
of Iowa quarterback and base ball pitcher,
foea to Toledo next year, having been
urned over to that club by Cleveland
Kent was drafted from the Waterloo team
of the Central association last union. He
Is now coaching the athletic teams at
Carllou college at Norlhfleld, Minn.
BUST MONTH IN ATHLETICS
Cornhuskers Mutt Select Base Ball,
Foot Ball and Track Coaches.
BASKET BALL SEASON 0FENS
Game with the Kansas Vnlvrrslty
and Manhattan Aaslca Flrat on
hedle Attempt to Break
l am retire Iloodao.
LINCOIN. Jan. 2.-Spclal.)-Th month
of January Is to be a busy one In the
VWverslty of Nebiaska athletic circles.
With the Christmas recexs drawing to a
close.- the program for the month loomx
up as the most Important one of the Sec
ond half of the school year.
A coach for the foot ball eleven Is to
be elected, probably within the next two
weeks; the refusal of Johnny Bender to
accept th position of bsse ball roach,
after he had applied for th Job and had
Been elected, will be considered and
another man picked for that place; the
oasket ball season will be opened, with
glowing prospects for a championship five;
and the Indoor track season will be In
augurated with the annual fraternity and
Th first part of the program will be
pulled off this week when the Cornhuskers
will open the basket ball season in th
Missouri valley with two games against
the University of Kansas snd one against
the Manhattan Aggies. For the first time
In four of five yeAis the Nebraska basket
ball tossers look ss though they might
be able to clean up the other teams in this
section of the country, and the Interust
In the opening games on the schedule Is
It Is three years since the Cornhuskers
defeated Kansas In a majority of 1'ie
season's basket ball games, and the crew
of Coach Hewitt's this winter Is set on
breaking the hoodoo by beating the
Lawrence players In ths two opening games
this week. There are five veteran players
eon ach of the teams and the two battles
In the Kansas stronghold are likely to bs
as hard contested aa any played In the
valley this winter.
I. P. Hewitt, who Is now coaching basket
ball, will probably be offered tho Job of
track coach, and one of last spring's ball
players will be tendered the base ball
with Track Men
New Coach Engaged by Iowa Per
formed Wonderful Stunt in
Spring- of 1905.
IOWA CITY, la.. Jan. 2.-(8peclal.)
With Jerry Delaney secured as track coach
tha prospects for a championship, team st
the University of Iowa this spring are
increased almost 100 per' cent, according
to the opinions of athletic followers In
In the spring of 1905 Delaney performed
what w-as universally termed the impos
sible by turning out a winning track team
with slim material. He whipped the
greenest athlete Into first-class perform
ers snd he ended the season with a well
balanced aggregation. '
It Is that fsat of Delanoy's which has
won him Such respect and regard frotn
the Iowa alumni and student body. They
believe that with the great material avall
able tlih. yar that the Boston man will
repeat Ills performance,
j De'laniy' nas been In an athletic atmos
phar. -since leaving the State university.
He'ihaas'been- either employed as a sports
wrte'b.. trainer and will have suffered
no. setback' In his ability to get work
out of the men under him.
The strong point of the new coach was
his ability to get results from apparently
hopeless material. No man ever showed
up on Iowa field who was not given plenty
of attention. The frailest "spindle
shanks" was watched as closely by the
ever vigilant Delaney as the cracks, and
when the state meet va held In Des
Moines, IoVa won the championship by
virtue of the second and thirds won by
It Is expected that Delaney will report
Hils m nth and that the indoor sea ion
will be started Immediately.
HYLAND COMES BACK TO IOWA
Star Banket Ball and Foot Ball
Player Quiets Rumor.
IOWA CITY, la., Jan. 2. (Special.)
Mark Hyland will be in the Unlveralty of
Iowa next semester and next year, accord
ing to ths latest report received here. The
star baaket ball player, hurdler and next
year's foot ball captain has emphatically
danled that he will not be In the winter
and spring aports.
ZBYSK0 THROWS FRED BEELS
Polish Champion Win from W I scon
aln Wrestler In Straight Falls.
BUFFALO, Jan. 1. With over thirty
pounds ths better In weight Zbysko, the
PollHh champion wrestler, tonight defeated
Fred Boels of Marshfield, Wis., In two
straight falls. The tlma was on minute
snd fifteen seconds and fifty-one minute.
Defeat for- Seniors.
The South Omii.ha High school seniors
went down to defeat fur the fust tlmti
Friday night before the ' Omaha Hls-h
school B team of tho Young Men's Chris
tian association. The Oniu.li a teum dis
played excellent ' team work and playud
all around their opponents through ail the
game. - Th lineup:
So. Omaha bcniors.l Omaha II. S. B.
Foley R. F. R. F ..Crocker
Young ...H. .(t. G Jacobs
Vouns leapt.) (
C... Hughes (capt.)
U F..,. ite ikon road
L. G Walters
Hoi brook L. F,
Graham ...L. O,
Celebrated Stallion Dead.
SALM. N. J.. Jan. . Th celebrated
stallion, Chimca. Is dead at 8hai puluwn.
fttirm (.uiimy, i me niaoie or vireen Mc
Allister, who purchased him ten riava am
from Benjamin E. Tuft. Chlrnee was 26
yeara old ana was aired by Electioneer,
dam Beautiful Belle. 2 :-. ; i. by the Monr.
He sired 121 atandard performers and was
tnj oniy sire mat naa rour performers with
records ot i.v or better. v
Sis. Ilalldlnaja Barn.
WINFIELD. la., Jan. J. -(Special. )-Fire
of an unknown origin early this morning
burned six two-story brick buildings In the
business district if Wlnfleld, entailing a
loss estimated at (0.600. The fire broke
out In the George H. Csrse drug store. The
heaviest losers were G:orge firoomer, hard
ware merchan , Jamea Jarvla. meat
dealer; George H. Carae, druggist; D. A.
Anderson, furnttur dealer, and R. H.
Ferris, Jeweler. The Insurance Is not
sCOTZKZsTT OT OCZAM BTEAMaXXPa.
Port. Arrived. Sailed.
Nfavv YORK.... Si. Paul
NfcW YORK Mlnnt tonka
NliW YORK.,.. Oscar II
NEW YORK I .amende
GLAHGO W Pi etorian
HAVRK La Favole
Hi iltl'KAUX Hn.lH.iii
LI MA U Estonia
6T. JOi IN" S.N.F Mongolian
Jeffries and .
Gotch Will Be
Two World's Champions Will Head
Big Bill at the Auditorium
James J. Jeffries, undefeated heavyweight
boxing champion of the world, and Frank
Gitch. world's champion wrestler, sccom
panled by other prominent exponents of ths
prise ring and wretdtinglmat, will be ths
cord offered at the Auditorium Friday
eenlng, In what In contented will be th
greatest and most Interesting athletic
entertainment ever pulled off lit . Omaha.
Interest In the appearance here ot Jeffries,
naturally, la great because or his approach
ing match with Jack Johnson, at present
claimant of the heavyweight boxing
championship, and thousands of fight fans
from all parts of the state ars expected
to be present.
Jeffries Is carded to box severat rounds
with Sam Berger, his manager and sparring"
fArtner, and he will also take a whirl on
tV t mat with Gotch. Jeffries, by th way,
Is uf r-ew hat of a wrestler since taken In
hand , Gotch, who Is a firm believer In
the Id e 'hat a boxer . should be familiar V
with wres.rns tactics.
Gotch will r-eetle Dr. Roller, the famous
Seattle wrestle. nd fighter and ther will
be other feature nt entertainment, which
should make the er""t th big on of ths
season In Omaba ath.jfVj circles.
Manager Glilan of the ldltpi ium Is ar
ranging for raised seats tArut th Audi
torium and ringside seats. 17vlslon will
be made to take care of a la.g crowd,
aa the fame of Jeffries and Gotcl, W, per
haps, greater than that of any prMnt
or king who ever ruled a kingdom. tT
reaerved seat sale for th big attraction
opens at the Auditorium' this morning.
Many out-of-town people hav . already
written here with reference to seats and It
Is believed many will come. Manager
Glilan announces low prices for th engage
Buys Costly Furs
Clue Enables Officers to Get Confes
sion from Man Who Planned
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont,,. Jan. t -Cashier
William Dobeon today confessed
to Chief Mains of th Ontario police that
he and two others planued snd executed
the robbery here last November, when
314.000 coiiHib-ned to Toronto banks was
stolen after an alleged sensational holdup,
in which Cashier Dobson's head was cut
open with a piece of lead pipe. Th other
two under arrest are Purl 8. Whistler, an
express messenger, and Charles J. Fllnn,
foinierly of New York City, who cam to
the American falls two years ago and
opened a saloon. '
As Dobson told ths thrilling story after
the robbery, two foreigners cam Into th
office Just ss a train pulled Into the sta
tion. He was making up packagss of
money consigned to Toronto banks to put
oh board of the train. . Ons of the foreigners
asked if a parcel had' been received for
him and as Dobeon leaned over to pick up
a book he received a stunning blow on ths
head. Dobson's head was cut open and
when the ae:il hurried in to see what waa
delaying the cashier he was found lying
unconscious and the money -was gone.
The crack on tha head was part of th
plot, Dohsou confessed today but the man
engaged to do this part of the work ex
ceeded his instruction.. The fact that th
caihler was so badly hurt served to divert -tiutpfclon
from him for a long time.
One of the detectives was - convinced,
however, that Dobson had a hand in the
robbery and has been watching him
patiently for weeks..-. The purchase n of
valuable furs by Dobson for his sweet
heart gave him the first clue.
Ship Laden with
Sugar Sinks off
Schooner Johanna Springs Leak and
Thick Treacle Stops Pumps
Twelve Lives Lost.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 Such are, the for
tunes of those who go down to the sea
thut twelve men, who were lost on Thanks
giving day of last year, when the British
schooner Johanna went down not 160 miles
from ths. Dels ware breakwater, were not
even known to bs missing until the sur
vivors were brought to port today from
St. Thomss, Danish West Indies, by th
steamer Korono. The vessel wss loaded
with sugar, that clogged ths pumps and
prevented th crew from saving IU
PAGEANT MOVES ON TIME
Storm Is Not . Allowed to a, poll Bis;
Feature of Annaal Re
PASADENA, Cal., Jan. J. Despite n
cloudburst last night, Pasadena's floral
pug) ant, the most attractive feature of ths
rose tournament celebration here each New
Year's diy, took up lta Una of march on
time Saturday. The city waa crowded with
visitors, including a large number of east
ern tourists. The display of flags nnd
blooms arranged In attractive designs snd
fashioned Into beautiful floats was the
moat magnificent ever witnessed here. Be
cium of the Storm the athletic events at
Tournament park wtre pjsiponed one week.
LOS ANGl.LKS. Cal., Jan. l.-A rainfall
so heavy aa to amount almost to a cloud
burst marked the dawn of ths new year
In Los Ang'les snd vicinity. Landslides In
Csjon pssa tied up transcontinental trains
on the Santa Fe snd Salt I.ke lines.
DR. HALE OUT OF MINISTRY
Hdltor and Anthor Formally renos4
from Priesthood by Bishop
MIDDLKBORO, Mesa., Jan. I Rev. Wil
liam Bayard Hale, D. D., L. L. D., form
erly rector of th Church of Our Saviour
her will not stain officiate In th Episco
pal church. Friends have been Informed he
has withdrawn from the list of elergy and
has been formally deposed from the priest
hood by Bishop Wlttaker of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Hale,' who Is a writer of note, was
formerly managing editor of ths Public
About a year ago Dr. Hale prepared a
remarkable Interview, which h had with
Emperor William of Oermany, for a New
York magazine. Upon requeal of ths Ger
man officials the magailne decided not to
publish the Interview,
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