Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 11, 1910, Page 8, Image 8

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REAL ESTATE
flit l-HOI'tlti) a,K SALE.
(Continued.)
TIIF.KK lias
been a uonilcrf.il riemi.in.
ment at Kra.ilK liluff tti a .;. u.i with
irt nil Our first excursion .May i
Keji tSe il:ito in mind.
PAYNE INVK.iTJCKNT CClMPA.NY
rnM A.REAL ESTATE
r.llM ANi, ......... ...... I'DH 81. K
llliaal.
m,M,.l'V.r1-ln ,r"rn""r r"""l hotel,
rA(.Vllf 111 l)')n liuiiiu
farm amREAL ESTATE
FARM AND um i i.ANO FOR SALK
(pniinm.,))
1
TWO BIG SNAPS
roor.n, modem except heat. In north--
M,n: .t. .f city; large lot, paved street,
cO'rrt walks, n.,o tries, auum front,
s.rs Drtrn' l?g nil luontljn, ntar car
l iur. ..;.
liLliVKNTOOM, TWO LOT3.
r:vn-ro.in, two lot 12 A), In southwest
fart of town. near Hancom park and
cuievard; near cir. Lo.k at tills pi It;
it, too.
nqyata uxn and lot r..
tRe td N. Y. lift Dlttf. lied M
TOOD INVCTM.srTl SNAI'
Ml mam!. ir,t. jam .l flat-jr.. gaso
lii. ng:ii. ceoipuili.g aiuiie. Ketl.e and
mok nous. llvlr.; roomi upstair
Wit: bring a inti t W) per nmnthi
Owe,? ba c!;d i;,0W onnui.ly and on
nV0'!n! of iMvia rny w.ii ae.l :'or H U
lio; , ititii. Irt ate.', n tar Kth nn.i Cuming.
Cai. Douglas tj,X ZU Uoard of Trsda Bldg
usiier, a:o new, spacious duneing Davll"
ion attached; large v.air i. "ni.eP , I
be.uliful oak gro.a m, plenty land
an, rounding th. whol place; beat buslne..
proposition ever offered; piV very loi
Jo. U. Haat. Waiicond. 111. low'
Fiorina, cltr. a ...Th " ""nty.
rrni iri.i'.iiiB iiji i. . . or
;, i. ivr.i. John
Galesbuig, JiL
en
Duncan,
COZT lltti home. J03J Miami St.; lot 40
13v; rot. n j. tmo Una a.:d thai trees;
j ty Jattr, . !..; ca malt term.
I TliHRlt I'fts brer, a wor.tlerf ill drvrlon
men at Hlnff In a ynr. Uo with
u ana aoe. On.' fist excursion May a.
I Kir the iatr. !r. inlrd.
i PAY Wit p;si.y .;NT COMPANY.'
III. lot In Wli.
ft; and uo:
FOIl SALK-lA.ng Lake,
on a su.Kiiviaion. coni i
'.,,1 MU'n' convenient to C. .ft St
i. J' IC ,?rner .on rrounda .very day
-" ' " viiaon, Jngleslds, 111
I.J'91R.9A.L,,;-,'''"lt ter nd landi;
lands In ttai I n .... . . '
. win iivu i-rriv to
I ;. 'ooJ ci.lonlaatiun proportion;
frnl IS casn. baiarTr payabl
one-half th. .in ,-rop yearly. per tent
v til arcept cash payment at any nn,e.
OMAHA. MOXDAV. AVUL
SWAPS
?rrn. ioiio; i.ouo 4 and I. -vear-i.l.ia.
. i All dehorned and .,n
5'ta Lotu. lnd Co.. Arm.lio.
I!T.p). t"0.(.'J0.
'"it ral inerchamiise.
II ,,nii;.(i hardware. atil land.
I.t..sf lrj,i nnmix-td In Hist letter.
NO WAT A, J.AM) AND LOT CO.,
Mute 1.4 . . . Lire lld. Jted I..
ONK of the finest fruit farms ever built;
2" acres luree and small fruit; mod-rn
house; an lm-al hum and a big money
maker, it Is worth l,ww. Do you want It?
NOWATA I. AND AND IaiV Co..
Mill C'4 N. Y. l.lfe hlds. Ked JS)HJ.
nrUeUn.L:?:? .- lm
' lui Huun nrr r n dmi.
rtst i iie- lious on the ahor. of
i.Lt V M f'et wa,'r frontsge; nicely
5w?I unimer re.ldenco. Il.TjO j
iiotith front lot ou Lucas St.,
t-:;r BjinLam, S0xl2S feet; for
pmIo on ciisy payments $3.U0
down and 3.00 a month.
Price $190.00.
DWIGIIT AVI1LIAMS,
Uco Office
Tel. iiarney C070 alter G I. H.
Mlaneauta.
Kl ACRES on Deer I,ak. Itasca counlv
Minnesota; fin growth hardwood timber1
Mach.U"k" H6 Po. .-r Trad
M. inaffe. owner. Faribault, Minn.
' OUU first .xcurnun to Scotia illuff
, Tu!n.v, May :;.
i ' PAi.VW I.J VESTMENT COMPANY.
to Scoil's Muff
OI.R first exci.uloii
jTieaaav. Mav :i.
rAY.VK INVESTMENT COMPANY.
In Center of City Brick
bunding; flrstj-olKBx chtpa; 14 rooms; atrictly
modern; onhalf bltcrf off ltn ljL u'
loin 160 per month. Price I15.0W.
.OWATA U.ND & LOT CO..
Bult iK4 K. X. Llfa Uidg. Red 1W
14 hivestmcnt 14
Thraj u-roorn cottaes. rimK.rn
luat. nn iai'K corner lot. with room fur
anoilier uottniff. Renting land always
r.ntod) for U a month. These cottuges
tir )ti very good repair, and a pler.dld
iil(?liborhood, close to two car lines, near
lWh and l,nk school. For gulck sul w
will take 14.860. No better investment than
t-room cottages. Ixiok thrso up at one.
ket801 bargains ra r,ot ,on " tn8 i'r-
F. H. Drake
618 Crandela B:dg.
Ore-o.
MAKK yotiraMf Independent. An Or.n,
PPIh orchard tract of 6 or 10 acre". Su?2o
It. Wo veil exceptionally f,n. appla land
Planted lo standard commercial ?pl tVeei
for 12,0 per acre. Onc-f.fth down? hl,nc.
2 per cent a month until paid. Thli Tand
has a deep loam .oil. In rain belt, n'ed'ng
no Irrigation.. On R. R., school church
tores, free mall h.ii.,-... j "urL'i.
entes Writ, for book.e't.fae".; ffl"
find. Orr.Kn APP' "hda CoTpinJ
Profit. Th.'"1 f'B ""cnarda pay immanat
Prl'rlnt., ll ',' ' lm an Vou c
?i jPi lh P""ia made in the
v.mr n8c '"'"'" J without leaving
"r-..Pr"ei" occupation or location
Issii... L.l nJ"lu of th Acre-Mond.
ban i.tK hS "'vton-Houston Jnt.rur
ii. n .. to you ran becom pan owner
Iom;uP'r,!lv r"1 'ni trowing
and fi2nT"'l 70"4 c, f ch"lc fig
?, .nsi,l""f 11,e company la cultlvat-
ri ."ting tree and Will
5 lu.!?'y and your profit, whl
Ieadn2 l,o comPnJ' ' composed of th
tra??dhnA",' .,2dar for '"indsom lilua-A-.r.n
"P1"""'" entlr plan. if. f:.
IcJ, bZL,,T1' Morts-ag. Co.. 40J An.r
icaii Hank bldg.. Uouaton. lex.'
xalner
'J'h Acre-Bond
W-ACI1K FARM adjoining on of th
best towns In Nebraska, oi. latg modern
nous and two mnaller ons; orchard,
giove; itsldenccs are all In corporal limit
of town. barn, chicaen house, hog Jious.
all with cliy water. Everything that can
b found cn the lest Improved rami. Will
take part income-bearing property. I'rica
rWAjO. Nowsta Land & Li t Co.. Suit t!4
N. Y. Llf Uldg. Ked Ifctt
NEW ATHLETIC CUB FORMED i
Project to Establish Profeisionul As
lociation for Omaha.
AMATEUES TO BE FOSTERED ALSO
WELL ESTABLISHED. UOOD PAYING
..T""1 ,n 000 Nl'raska town; pric,
3 00U; will trade for Omaha lin;iovd or
acres near Omaha.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
I ,N' Y Uf Bld- Ke1
tSl?V'll crr, Of .treet hack. Inndati
11 atyle hut III Is, used, made by CunnltiK
nam and .old new for ll.OOOj Thl. earring
is row worth .-,) in caan. tut w. would
xchange it for horae. or for vacant prop
t J. ".' f3L H.'fn "' Johnson. Dsn
forth to., P. w. Cor. loth and June. St..
Well K nnmi Sport la Me
Movement to Pat llty
Map aa Sport
Center.
Rack of
on
!1hL,N ,(,r' ' "chool land fo.
on. forit'.'S U,e; " lo acre; only
Pom. 001 ttrlcumiral land;
aome none remit? ii.i c.. '
t , L 1?l,1,ook ,ot Instruction. Kvr Ht:
bchooi L.mid i .
UBtln. ix. Rf.rno. Auatln Alat. h.V
Mabraaatau
. FARM JJARCAIN.
em.. -T-,."0.,,, 0,1 'count of owner-.
lerm J. T. CampbellT' Litehfieh j!L),'y
.i, o. Duye, 'will busy themselves I
n-y Kl'i Leandeciark""' uta
. - ! n naa tor aale.
NEBRASKA CHEAP.
$4.00 PER ACRE
RIO HPPAM . .
-an, i.na may run 7 years
i'. O. Hox 1,4. Council llluffa la. '
t 1 M going away and my horn of 7 nice
VMna,ln ,r" claa. condition la fo?
.aal. I3.X0. Call 2370 Kpaulding KL
3-UUSHEL WHEAT LAND
w wini aim control iumio .,.n .
fotiuty, Nebraska', rhoio... ...I!
r.', "n h "Tket. Th bcvT;.
enno
land
mr.: aliiKa iTao le, dlng"o"p Art fo?
ovarVwhet '"wnti'S"'' AgentaJii'led
ZZ" iJT i.i'l ?f ..?.uf Prop.ltlon at
rapr9nttl,
Sldny, j,-b.
(.'ll.ll .. M O IIUI
..inunu at sever.on
,i,armSTERN REAL ESTATE.'
arm and town property wher raiirn
right-of-way bought through. Kir.k.'d
. r.t7d'- ," to com under gov.
FOR SALE 7-room house, nearly new all
rnodent except furnace; permanent wilk;
.Vbiter TS. 8V commlBlon- 'J'l'one
; 19 INVESTMENT
FOGEL & ALTSTADT
' 829 Nevtll Blk.
SACRIiTCE SALE
f "o?l aCcS fiChKlce ? heat '"!. best
J .'Sri K ,Van b cultivated. Li.cate.i
Kimball county. Nebraska; 1 13 to p
W. J. DERMODY INVEST
MENT COMPANY
836 N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. V. 5108 or A-20S3.
17.713 ACRKS. a.ilM r. 1
iy, lexas, 110 per acr- tjnm.i 1. . ,
inn I .... , 1 ... '
I'Knnn i.m. wl" c"Pt trade up to
o' T. Marlh"11 tad Co.. Lub-
ff.?,".-. SALB-Clonliatloa propoaltlon.
to 0"io acr. m a solid body; outovar l.nd.:
W'?. Ttx- Fin. fruit, truck p'
onn a. Akin, Houston 'fcx.
You Want a Farm
th other fe.low want, cltv property or
It.w . f,V,Js- W nt " commlaalon.
Bend ua full desoriptlo.i tu mat leiur aad
whi g you a trad.
Nowata land a lot co.
. Y Ufa llidk-. Rd laa.
Indiana.
FOR SALfcV-Farm of 171 acres In ani.th
ern Michigan; two .et. of 'pl.nd.d b",
Ings; good land. about 130 acre.
u"der cultivation; balance pa slur, land
beautiful Jtke.Vhta "would .": an Ides.
m,r.horo for Chicago p.ople can gw.
:Srforb',nht arn,i "d ot'chTrd! wZ
Rait. E.khlrrVnd.0" "r,C" ' " D"
TOR BALK Imnmv.H ' T
chicken farm.; do. Chicago. -CVH Ma".
Ine. Valparaiso. Ind. . .
'1 1 1 T7, ...
"' o;ier or an lowa f.rm lives In
Omaha and want 10 mil th tarni. inere
Hl cr'"'.!!' 2'i nd & mile, from thre.
good .owns; R. F. r. pUon llle to
chool; .plendid land; good -r. house, with
t..r m,,a wen; oarn for 8 horaea; granary
corncrlh.. pens, corrals; timothy and bluI
?; "y"uit:, gooa tiretiard und .mall
i.i 1 "u,llt ': ' Kr Here.
Owner dill" '".""J"1 B"ln" Bt 1136 to
io! .wlli tttke r',ual Property or good
hous aa part payment. Addresa L SSI. car.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICES paid for second-hanrt e,..
niture. carpets, atoves, cloti.ea, thjes. Pi.ons
ONE INCH, 72 CENTS
This is a One-Inch Ad.
i.T. tKi our f,rm rit description ol
f.1AiiA BK ClaMifled Dept., together
wltn ;n cent, for each day you w ah if p50.
Itaaio,
FOR RALE Irrla-a tA r.. .
"out'hern tS,nke IWw ,n1 neau vill"7
5o"th::"..lda- f.rm. to ISO per acre
..u.i .ua aitaiia country: also In
formation for homrMf.H In
WEST PRICE nalrt for
.LV? x.e" Vd exc'og second-hand
goods. Sol Roaenberg, 103 S. J4th. Doug. 6si.
New Mexico,
tftDb8.rI
homeatead and Aes.w". r.ei,n5u'".n
anil i.nk.. "". .io came
n won t pay vou
to local elsewher until you invetlt
1 .. t , , . . - -..." .
tor UUOKICI. Jt Will
SECOND-HAND cloth ng, party, afternoon
dretaea John Jr ldman, D. 3 Us or Ind. A-2636.
GOOD PRICE for second-hand clothea
.hoea and furniture. SELNER, Doug. 6401!
JLST .tartlng business; second-hand fur
,lLl.ur?' "'ve- 'tc: highest prices. Dougla.
lw0. A-4351 Call Lleben. 1117 Dodge St
what wo have.
Intel eat you. Addres. Dernlng Real Estate
N fcL & Purchasing Co" DemlSg!
AN 8 ROOM HOUSE
FOR $2,000
2809 OHIO
&rv e' a"
ItlZ td ",u,d?- yar old, but In
T.Z.?od c,'.",ltl''- Mu.t be sold at once
Telephono Webster 2U17. ..
FOR SALE RESID13NCE PROPFRTv
, r-i "iwuriii, fxcept neat davi
tWMo"C'j:.,.,.Wa.lk"- bar" " paumlng
Tflienhnn. T i t, : ve comnil.Blon.
telephone T. It. Porter, owner, Web. 304.
PASTURE
300 acres good pasture, aood nmnin.
water and good .hade. Fim farm w
CASt S- SORENSON.
Pnone Florence 410.
Iowa.
FOR BALK tsflfin . .. .
nd mineral land la fit t "mDr.
h.?-. only 1460 Pp halt caah
balance eaav r.aumn, " .V?ni
John.on. Cre.tonl la.
Alfred
HUFFMAN. 318 Neville Bldg.
- Suburban Home
Jonngteh.,0F?l5n,,, nllr',y modern house
very sightly and an unuHually well built
i',.V;noila,ig,9,roJom" on ri"t floor ' up.
ha'rVwood' ,n,.,;,;,.eJ: " Waler heat ad
Harrison & Morton
Klght-room modern house, with hot
water heat, at 2609 North 22d St.
uiaui-mum do use, niodera
lurnace, ZIZZ OIllo
except
107 Ohio; renting at 18.
ie aoova properties will be offered
lala separate at east door of court
0 I riday. April lo. at 10 a. m.
Wi H. GATES
ALVA SMITH
1C Everett Block. Phone B-741.
v " oiurrH, la.
t acrea in grapes, blackberries r..n
. trimmed and Kranes ti.rf
Kid" bVf "nVKI f ,h.on-.-. b.r.ln-W
htHl?Nwinrl.,2uK 10 ,"dvertlser., remember
nat It will tak a nnlv an . . ...
two of -the pen to mention the fact that
JHIsaoarl.
W. .r AiC H A R D
of lo-Ic?. n!!' rorl."1; Iim,ted numb"
? .r P'ch orchards of bearing aa
in th famous Ko.hkonong Peach Dlst?lct
of MUsourl. These orchard, ar located In
Mt V!uy art ,f the Koahkonong peach
S-Jih1)4 m"" frora the railroad station
Each ten acr. contains about 1 800 EU
berta Peach Tree, of full b"rlng gV Th.
trees ar now in bud and if gl'en Drone
car. and cultivation will yield I hllvr eroS
Pact'.6"0 "a l'tr!of'erV the.:oVrych?S
Co "Fl'mrnt- M11Hf,lanJ.Fartn "d Land
Fleming Bldg., Des Moines. Is,
7-ROOM house, modern; must be cheap
good location. Addre-s K 3:3. Eee. "eap
c.Wh; fsAvr ,0".,op desk
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Sizes. Llt With Us
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phon Red
LADY denlres Tram mil kruni' ...
Address J 210, Be' '
ONE INCH. 72 CENTS
This is a bne-Inch Ad.
To sell your homi writ a description ot
It In about 00 words and send it to Tma
OMAHA BEE Classified Dept.. t2geth
Hah.7 C'nU 0r ah day youwisn U puS!
Call or phone.
NTbrkaAaf"37M hf land west"n
Thos not fi. W;i..raah f?r one month.
j ,v. uu y neen not
FOR SALE I r.H . .
Best 1 n.,r..r. -,r."" P"yea iarma.
what "yo'u Z"K l- Wrlt. and tell ua
free. F. Gram n.oi. ?.u" booklet
" "l V U.
farms, forty tom acr..;Ur romll? tomSS
pur acre; ea.y terms w.i. . 146
Neelyvlll. Mo.
W ypniln,.
A T r' T k n is
General Delivery. Denver.
write.
Colo.
ONE MORE SNAP
"'" ague Biug., Omaha. Neb.
Kauaa.
H0F?eRr f Pr..-"-"?" - at
tioi, ,n th. United State. 1?'-
in l- n1 can be retailed at J0 per acia
In on year; no trades. Address h.
bpurgeon. Olath. Kan uu"! .
FOR
,r -".' . -o
,v,,,i,ik line, innii n ilji
graxing and hav ubj. ...
stocked with cattle Ind heeD' will ..7.
ranch with or without a?ock.P"For fur
ther particulars apply to Harrv V.ni
SALE-Ranch on Color.dn .a
icres of
is now
Articles of Incorporation have been filed
with th secretary of state for Hie organ
liatlon of a new professional athletic club
In Omaha.
A number of business men of the city
hav taken up the project to establish a
professional athletic club that wilt rank
favorably with the big sporting organlxa
Hon. of other rltlos In the Vnited States.
Ftep. hav already been taken by a
..uuioer ot wen known sporting men of
Omaha and It Is expected that within a
short, time Omaha will not only b repre
sented In amateur athletics, but In pro
fessional as well.
The organization will be known as the
Greater Omaha Athletic rhib. Th of
ficer, and directors of the club were
elected at a meettna- held th. ri.i f
last week and the policy that will be
pursued was outlined. Teter I.och. who
1" well known aa a local sportsman, con
vened the Idea of organizing such a club
u.3 was elected vice president and a
member of the board of directors.
C B. Hyde- of the Jennings-Hyde rom
pany waa elected president and License In
spector Richard A. Schneider, treasurer.
Pinna of the Clou.
1? 1.1 . . .
"""'W t me project. Peter Loch said:
"Our aim Is to establish a club here that
will be oii a par with the big organiza
tions of New York. Chicago. Denver. Pitts
burg. Kansaa City and a score of other
large cities. We have outlined a working
Plan and believe that the citizens of this
city will co-operate with us In hrin.i.
"""0 10 1118 rare in professional athletics
In brief, our policy will be that of the
New York Athletic club or of the Ka.o.
City or Chicago clubs. Omh ho.
excellent athletic organizations, but has
never had a club, we believe, with ,!..
the same purpose as ours. While we n.
pose to establish the club as the leading
organization In Omaha, or. for that matter
In this Fectlon of the country, It is not
our Intention to enter the field as a rival
organization to any club or association
already established. We. of course, will be
especially Interested in professional sports
out th amateur field will be thoroughly
covered.
"To give some Idea of the scale on which
we propose to operate, T might say at this
t me that we will run a special train to
the Jeffries-Johnson fight at San Fran
cisco on July 4. A special committee has
completed arrangements with .u.
railroads for a solid Pullman train, with
complete equipment for the comfort and
care of our guests. The trip will be in
the nature of a personally conducted tour
similar to the proposed tours of the Shar
key club of New York and the Chicago
and Pittsburg clubs. Within a few days
W Will he In nn.iil
" ... H1L1 lo maxe a more
1 g "" no. jsawan,.
! Nye
i J ttRsiwsMetiaii
I Ml I
BOSTON. MASS.
ou .TATE STRICT .
an Tupiiep Co M
Tr.LF.PM flNr .
O DOTS LAS 17 (T
OMA1U.NEB.
boas r ibadi SL.
We offer for sale and recommend the
purchase of any of the following bonds
Wichita Valla and aTorthwa.t
atallway Company of
Oklabouia . . .
Cltii.n. na Company of Xaal
kak, 111 . ,
Jaok.oaviu (ricHda) Oas
Oompany
Knnoi. Indiana Light' 'com-
PT
Xatrn Wlaeonaln Ballway
Iilfht Company
Beokfc4 . IlUnoi. riactrio
Oompaay
K.clr Oas Light Company!".,
ra.t.ta Oregon tight as owr
Com cany
r.oan.ba Power " Company ' of
X.canaba, Mich
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Price and Yield . - . ' Due
Rat. Interest, about.
7 8.30 J.a. jjm,
B.8T, rb. 1, 13U
TVi 8.10 Jnn 1, l37
tT 8.88 July 1, 183a
tB 8.10 Oct. 1,1883
, M " "V Moh. 1,14.1
101 8 Jan. 1,1930
100 8 Oct. 1,1889
101 8.78 Jan. 1,181
RAT NYE Pres.,
Fremont.
1'HILIP H. FARLEY. V.-Pres..
Boston.
FRANK JOHNSON. Treas.,
Omaha.,'
CHAS. W. TURNER. Jr..
New Y'ork. ,
B. SCHNEIDER. ,
Fremont.'
?ec.
"oVH.ani INVESTMENTS
,. i,i,i,,7, . i,uuu,uoo,j
"TftfinftlMllil
AVIATION MEETS CERTAIN
Contests Will Be Continued in
America Under New Compact.
WRIGHTS AGREE WITH AERO CLUB
Llcen.ee Will Be l.aaed to Owner.
of Other Machine. Who
1 Moat Also Get
Permit.
e
se
grees
detailed announcement of this featur
RAILWAY. TIME CARD
UNION kiATIOK.
ta amd llMoa.
WANTED TO RENT-Two motorcycles
for the .ummen Call Harney 1235. Monday?
Persistent advertising Is the road to Big
ItClUi liD.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Jelm, Wyo. "
WaatiaajtoB.
Vlrarlnla.
inney uo.. Kan
It . a.i rdltl in
number to
617 N. V'. Lilv
Hantaan.
J-KlC. Uoug. 12 94.
' REAL FSTATF
FARM AIKo RANCH LAN U FOR SALES
, Arkauaa.
i-lSPKC"r, A!fT VOU WILL BUY THIS
I Idl'f." 'n wthweat Ark.. 7 mllw city of
u.,.V.i 1. .. ricner laini and:
I ""V,"-' "'Proved larnu on tract; hickory
"a. ?" "'"' for quirk talo I? CO pel'
J EURAN1) W. JuNiCS. Tcxarkana. Ail:
Colorado.
1 1
70.000 acres of Irrigated land; S1.0CO acres
oid r.li.c last March. fc0.w an acr with
perpetual water ilghL Easy t' n. To
1 advanc.d 110 00 an aero May i Th.
I COSTILLA 1RRIOATEU LAND CO
! iJ;JCUauiiia 6tre.t. Iuvr. Colo.'
810-ACRa n.ountain ranch; 100 acr
rlgattd; ten-room Jioue. hot and
?.'."r; "y mai1-' telephone; Ur
I I ort calluia, Colo.
100 acres lr-
d cold
ouen
Ituaunll,
tlm'b'er'o'n "1 veS
aoath Dakota.
t.,f.R SAI'E-South Dakota lands lis
!0 per acr, near town 1,",.. k 7 to
county, s.
U .8a1an.-i.UknJ-SPut
boundary: colonial hn.i. ' w,"ef timber
equipment; glorious vfewa- n.,r.".' modn
w. HUleary Co.. cWoUesvlfle.
ties.
Va.
Farm fo
r rent.
season, tieo. fi t-i.i. ,:... tor the
Cll Bluffs. TelenhAT.- ""' bl - COM
REAL ESTATE WANTEtT
Uf.f.. . r THE CONSTRUCTING
. J T; v;neyenne, Wyoming
March 14, 1910. Sealed proposals. In trlnlt
m?T at tnls office ""til
-Si . We"'8day, April 13, 1910, at
"...Hi ...no iney win oe opened In public,
lor the construction, plumbing, wiring for
electric motors und iichi. i.T..i
furnishing and Installation of laundry ma
-. cituimcni. ouuer, teea pump,
etc.. for one (1) Lbundry, Plans No. 24-B,
? rt.--- A- Russell, Wyoming. Plana and
specif teat ons for the Inspection of bidders
aie on file In this office, also the offices
S ,u J ,f Quartermaster. Department
or the Lakes, Chicago. Illinois; Chief
Quartermaster, Department of the Missouri.
Omaha. Nebraska; Chief Uuartermatiter
Department of the Colorado, Denver. Colo
raro; Depot Quartermaster, St. Loutw, Mis
souri, and the Secretary of the Builders'
Exchange. St. Paul. Minnesota. Proposal
blanks and General Instructions to Bidders
may be had upon application to this office
The Government reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids or any part thereof.
j!.i.velopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed ProDoaala for ( imH,i. c....
ft mlSn' Wyonlnr ,0 be opened April
13, 1810. and addressed in v w n.T...
Captain 16th Infantry. Actinsr uu.n.r!
master, U.S. A., In charge of Construction,
Room S, Keefe Hall, Cheyenne. Wvomlne
iU10.1i,lB.lAll,12.
C-lo. raclfl
Can Fran. Ov'rl d Ltd. 8:10. m.
Chi. A Jap. F at Mall. 4:lup. m.
Atlantio KrnrM.
Oregon Expreaa 4.00 p. rn.
Oregon-Wash. Ltd U:40p. m.
Denver Special 8:47 a. nx.
Co orada Special U:48p. m.
Golorado Express 8:50 p. ic
North Plat Local 1:16 a. 10
Grand Island Local.... 6: p. m.
Llncoln-Bat. Local. ..L:4l p. in.
Val A Cen. City Lcl...l2:Up. to.
Illinois Ceulral
Arnea
11 SO p. m.
t:4 p. ra.
r.:45 a tn.
B;Up. ai
8:40 p. ru,
11:30 a. m,
t:'li ra.
:00 p. ra.
4:45 p. in.
10:so a. ra.
:p. m
11 p. lu.
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a 1.46 pm
a am
alO:SO pea
a 4:!(0 pm
b :M pot
a 11 pm
a :0J am
a 8:47 p:a
WE HAVE BUYERSFOR3
b. And-7-.r.0?m bouses. If pric, ar. n.K,
n aeii your property for vnn
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO
Suite. 624 N. Y. Llf bm '
REAL ESTATE LOANS
. .HT1f DAKOTA LAND-Th. "
mr oiuniey countv Un.l- ,
of railroad now h, mh7, ",."".,w "ne
Buy now and doubl your mnn- C.0Unty-?"-
ChVHan'Ss'T,, -UJ!
...... 10 is per acr. For ma Da J? 1
formation writ. t i.-n. Vmap and In-
Palac Bldg.. Mlnn.anu"ui fauy
410 a.,
m. from
1 liay: 1W
' dl- too head t
1 attrautlv
well h, proved on Moffat road. 1
P. O.. l a .11 timothy, .,m. native
a. U.ib.ri flno pasture;-would h.
lu, .;uird'uul?d "ale- right;
ihrouah ir,..K V,:., tream
riirfMr' ?.'. e!oy
it i i .i v luujja, n ice, lor
U.Wu, pfcn cash, talam. ,a.y t'Vn.s
i. labai'iid.li, Colo. .
all
Box
ioja C3i.r ; .rr.7 ..v.?.n -av "i
PeW. Colo., f.om r.io to per acre
fo.tiM i p nlu in buying large tract.
in traao of Royal Uor... .-
U.COe pr acr. Com out and b
ha.'. tr.-owu. Jr.. & Son. 4
COLO ft A I 'O LAND FOR KALhl
Bu y OWNER. "
nioola a..t ro'llu. fu. Zlii . . n,0,tlf
rr? !yi A c!? i.
v .- .. 'f'0 Jl. aouth of Waiklna
)iM)u n1 tolrau.burg. Ihta tra? l?i
in-provonwau: Jfouae baraa. aiiM. )?V
gala, yuv.io ttl.pbon. "c Gm'i."?,'"
aud t.y Una; ,, eprlrglTod or watir?
Inga. lara Bo4 Lwuo.iii.,r a,,r"
o.uuiii. . - -i.7,.....' --r"""" or
. fir. IJuV dtree, Ii.'.C'a
n7"fV n OAT M a
actio- Unn. ."nVroVy 1 .b:"lBH
in town, aonri K..1U1..1. ..u11' ' adjoin-
HUOrl hiillrfl.,1. "ojoin-
eultlvation. For furt ,Vr' 1? . ulr
dr.! Hn n J. Il'.r,n.r Information ad.
-' naria, s.
J ! 'a"ds for
. aeacriptlon
Carroll, Miller, b. D.
la hv th.
men. u. h
Oklahoma.
..OKLAHOMA wapTlrculam
v., larms. sent on re.i..r
ind pric
IraStout,Cushing. Okl.
w OIvLAHOMA
.v0vwrg1:.,fovc
per acri Thl. Ud 1.1- hrom K to
w"hdr,.r - -t .oto-u' wa.n,d
-liALlfd-'-
GOOTLAND
$5.93PMtACRK
past
f ion
one-half ood eu w..i' ,ra"ha'. about
,.u, oaiMm 11
on-half mil
ca.h. balanc.
. .i, nuS Ilv "d
I1.JJ4. may run alx""year
W hu,art Blk':. U' bufi:B.1 .
Phone 114, 1
Good 6
Farm Mortgages
alwnva n ii.,.i , Cj
j uuU aim loi bu.e
amounts from $300 to $3,000.
BENSON & MYERS,
12 N. Y. Life Bldg,
FARM MOBTGAOR
IVOsTpW1"8" farms, bear.
rAJ1-11 CKNT. TUEV ARB SAFE
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
S. E. Cor. 15th and Farnaio,
Omaha. Njb.
WANTED City loan, and warranto. W
Farnam Smith Co.. 12 Tnmm lc '
erawiJh IiLi'M1" owner and home build
ru, with privilege ot making partial pay
ment aemt-annually. " '
M W. H. THOMAS.
W3 First National Bank Bldg.
UAKV1N 11HHH HIS XT V . , - .-.. .
7 ...'i.vini property, iso delay,
1600 to ti (MM on hnm.. 1. . . "
Real Estat. Ca.li K v i itT'
or A-i!li3. : '
MONEY TU LOAN-Payn Investment Co.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha business property.
THOMAS BKENNAN.
Room I. Nw York Lif Bldg.
WANTED-Clty Joana. P..r. Trust Co.
1100 to fiO.OOft mad. promptly. V. D. W.ad.
W.ad Bldg.. lath and Farnam.
OFFICE CONSTRIItrrivn niiiDmcn
in after. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas April
7, I910.-Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will
e received Iiere until 11 a. m.. r-mi
May 2. 1910 and then opened for furnishing
and delivering lit good condition F O B
u '.I ."..muiui, n.ansas, Hallway
Supplies coiialsting of Rails, Angle Bare,
- -- .... . b i inn ouojb, j? uii inror
matlon and blank1 forms of uronnxaia e...
tilshed upon application. United Slates re-
7i i.i.pi or reject any or
all propoaals. . Envelopes to be Indorsed
iiuuoma iut xvauway nuppues " and ad
dressed to Captain Wm. D. Davis, Quarter-
iuimici, -iii fc uvftTciiwunn, jvansas.
AS-8-10-11-28-30
. , Leave.
Cfi cage Express a 7:00 am
Chicago Limited a 6:00 nm
Minn.-, It. Paul Rn K ?.! .
Mlnn.-St Paul Ltd .a :'o0 pin a":'6"a'iq
Omaha-FL Dodge Loc.b 4:15 pm bU:S4 am
Chleaaro. bock lata aft raolflo
n . EAST.
ivocay Mountain Ll......a 1:40 aio
lowa Local
Chicago Day Expra..a sVii'um
Iom l i .: Pm aU:Mpra
)oa WiV.JW MIB
Chicago-Eastern Exp.. .a 4:40 pm
Lhlcago-Nttbrasaa Ltd a :0 pm
, WEST.
Chicago Nbraka Ltii.
for Lincoln a :J8 am
.... . j 7. 1 .n yiu a i pm
Okla. and Texaa Exp.. .a J:3 pm a 1:60 pm
Hocay Mountain i.i .m.. . T"
t.icag. at Nurta vrvatarn -
KASTDOUMn v
Omaha fBxoreaM t-na
chicaao oV.t: : :: z.;:, r. m".:?
c.ior.do.chic.g :
Chicago special a : pm a lITim
Pacifio Coa.t.Chlcago...a i pm a tu pm
Lo Anaelea Liinii.i . . 1.. ..... ?,7 T: ' :
Overland. Um7taV..::..ii;4 Tm TJiS lm
Denver fcpclal al,;,, M1U
larron Local a r.n. . .
a a : pm
NORTJiBOUNI).
Express a 7:50 am a!0: pm
ii7n.r "f).rrrr-i-.-i ? ?: p" p-
v-Jir , i. r, '. " pm a :i aia
.. iiiianj. , . . ,a v:w pm
1 . , WJ3i'BOUNJj.
LIncoln-Chadron a 7 :L0 am
Norfolk-BonsteU a 7:W am
yu"s ruit-oo, a-iaie...o Z:le pm
Iut MaU.
a I:M am
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
Maximum Steamship Luxury
mm urn
Six Days Hew Ycrk-Psrls
Companie Gnr&Ie
Transatlantlque
Elegant modern xpresa steamers leave New
York tor Havre, Thursdays 10 A. M. Express
train connections for Paris and all continental
points. Paaaengere hav th comfort of famous
totals--superior eulsln. palatial auhea, mag
niticent aalooa, orchestras, gymnatlnm, eleva
tors, root gardens, dally paper and averr
desired luxnry. Naval others: man-o'-war dla
ciplio. Safety la amply provided for by wlltr
less and submarin bull signals.
Iji Touraine, April 21 I I Provence. May 1
la Ixirralne. Mav 1 1 l.n Tnunin. xi.u
La Savole ....Muy 12 La Lorraine, June i
Additional salllUita at td cabin arlcaa aliarn.i.
Saturdara by popular 00 claa cabin weanara
it to 442.W.
r. m. KSTirojnria. ibos vam..
W. X. BOOK. Art. O. X. a, u -m
H. O. etIIELlia. laol Tmnm.m' a,.'
LOXna XMi.ua. rirut Vattoaal Bank.
.6 t .La pm
,k il:f prn
.a l-6 pm
.0 .t pm
aU:0s am
ai0:46 pm
s 6:20 pm
b t .M pm
a i-M pm
all .00 am
b lilt Him
Haatinf a-MuDerfnr
Dead wood-Hoi epga...,
Casper-Lander ,
framont-Albion ,
Mlaaourl raolflo.
K. C. and BL L. Ex..
K. C. and bt La Ex.
(lv Sat U p. m aU:U pm a t:M pm
Cailoaito, Ullnaaki. Bt, faal
.a 8:40 am a 6:81 am
Arrira
all.41 pm a 8:00 am
!: Warn
a 7.M am tn.su pm
aj.wpu, al:a6p
b 6:16 pm bli .a.
Waa tern-.
Overland Limited....
Omaha-Cbicago Exp
Colorado Special
Colo. -Calif onila Exp.
Parry-Omaha Local.,
Into Great
Chicago UinlUd a 6 08 Dm
Tain I'ltu 1 7 ! .7
,m . f- i: 11a 1 1 u ,
CUcago liixpraaa em
Twin City ttxproea a i'i'V'' f P'
Wabaah
NEW YORK. April lO.-The Wright broth
trs of Dayton, o., have reached an agree
ment with the Aero Club of America which
inures me lutuie of aviatlo., contests In
uu" country. The Wrights agree to Issu
licenses to those aviators who do not u
wrignt machines, and the Aero club a
w luuiiKrimnce no contents unless the avi
ators competing shall first obtain licenses
from the Wrights.
No similar agreement with any other
body will be made by the Wrls-hr f
short, the Aero-Club of America will dic
tate the condition, of all aviation contests
In this country during the life of the agree
ment and (he validity of the .Wrlaht nt.
ents.
The terms of the agreement Insure that
the International contests for the Gordon
Bennett trophy will be held In this country
next fall. Although the place of meeting
has not been chosen. New York Is now
favored. 1
Since the 'Wright brothers won 1 ...J
-,. . . ' ,,, ,11c
ciuiea states courts the preliminary con
test over the aeroplane patents the outlook
for the International meet has been dubious.
Foreigners Interested.
Cortland F. Bishop, president of the Aero
club, has received a steady stream of let
ters from foreign aviators who wished t
know what guarantee could be offered that
mey would not be prevented from flying If
n.i-y orougni tneir machines to this coun
try. Without some assurance they were
unwilling to come. Glenn 11. Curtlss, who
won the international trophy at Rhelmi.
France, last summer, and other American
aviators were In the name position.
To settle the question Mr. Bishop and a
committee of the Aero club met Wilbur
vrngni ana Andrew Freeman, representing
the Wright company, at the Lawyers' luh
in this cky. The conference began yester
day and at Its conclusion today Mr. Wright
gave Mr. Bishop a letter setting forth the
position of his company. Copies will be
sent to American and foreign aeronauts.
"The Aero club," said Mr. Bishop tonight
"recognizes the rights of the owners of the
Wright patentu, under the decision of the
federal courts of the United States, and re
fuses to countenance the Infringements of
those patents so long aa the decision re
mains In force. In the meantime, in order
- ,MV'i" la.iiuiu uwn at noma anil
abroad, and in order to permit foreign avi
ators to take part In aviation conteata in
mis country, it was agreed that the A.rn
Club of America, a. the American repre
sentative of the International Aeronautical
federation, should give only such nubile
contests as may b licensed by the Wright
company, and that the Wright company,
on me oiner nana, should encourage open
meets wherever approved aa aforesaid by
the Aero Club of America, by granting
licenses o promoters who make satisfac
tory arrangements with the company for
Its compensation for use of patents. At
such licensed meets) any machine of any
make may participate freely without secur
ing further license or permit."
Giants Wallop
Yale Collegians
With Big Score
New York Nationals Pity Firit 'Ex
hibition Game of Season at,
. Polo Grounds.
NEW YORK. April ..-m the first exhlbl
Hon game at the Polo arm... ,a... ....
New York National-- simply toyed with
lale. Tho score was U to O. The v.i-
men did not get a clean hit until the eighth
Inning and eleven of them struck out. In
he third Inning twelve men faced Frec
nian. making eight hits and ulna runs
Devore and Doyle each hit safely twice
m this Inning and Devore, Murray and
Becker each made triple. ' The base were
filled when Devore made his three-base hit
Drucke allowed only one scratch Infield
hit in five innings. Score:
NEW YORK.
AH. HO. A. B. I
0 0n.d..
TALK.
AB II O A g.
0 3 11
0 3
DTore. f...
m.... 9 a , 1 OiStatana. cf... J 1 a
. - . viixxan, 3b.... 4 j 1
o I 1 V eifarav .
1 lIMcliuynj. lb i I) I
0 Oji-arhart, If.. 1 0 0
J !C'or, If..;. J A 1
a OiLouiarel, aa.. 0 1
0 0lyrnian. p.. 1 .1 0
0 OITommtra, p. 1 0 1
1
0 Totals..
0 1
1 "1
I 01
Hhaw, rf...
Bwcltar, cf
nnaw.il, aa, 4 0 1
Matcher, m. 1 0 1
Pevlin, Jb... ( I 0
Shater, b... 2 0 I
Markl.. lh... 4 11
Tanney, lb.. 0 4 1
Myr. c 1 1) a
Hihlal. r.... 2 1 4
Hnodarasp. c 0 0 1
Drurka, p... t 0
Parsons, p.. 1 0
.34 4 24 17
Totals 40 li 17 II l
New York 0 0 9 S1
"le 0 0 0 11 n
0 2 14
0 0 0 00
h..!rh"i?f"e.l:.l.t!i. J;'erk,e- ! Three-
-.,.,. ,iiiij., ueoaer, Devore. Devlin
",?."!" ru.nJ Uoyl; Sacrifice hit: 'stev.nR
Stolen
bases:
bases:
Dnvln MrlI. ' T
New York. 4: Yale a v,".'..'
on errors: New York. 8, Yale.. I Double
Play: Myers to Brldwell. struck one By
Klrh' 61 bV ",r0n, 4- by Tomme'rs. f.
nJL2l' J?all': ft Freeman, 1; off
ha 11? ii" Par"on. 2- Hit with pitched
bail: By Freeman, 1. Wild pltchea- tti
ucke. 2. Hits: Off Freeman h, three
nnlngs; off Drucke, 1 in five Innlnc.
Umpire: Mr. Hansell. Time: 2.00. nnlnc-
Missouri Wins -Slugging
Match
Defeats Warrensburg by Bunching
Hits and Clever Base
' Running".
4
:u pa
Omaha-8L Louis Exp. .a JO Bm ...
Mail and Expras... J 7 M f?
bianbarry Local (from " U;1
CouncU Bluffs) ,:W pm bl0:U ,m
Darllagtoa
Denver and California
Puget Sound Express.
Nebra.ka points
Blaok Hill.
Northwest Expreaa....,
Nebraska poluts
Lincoln Mall b 1.20 pm
...ii.... cVi... n:iaam
Lincoln Local
t--. Aral..
Wpm a 8:46 n
a 4:;pn,
a S:I0am
a 4.IUpm
11:25 pm
a .S0 am
Lincoln Local
echuyiar-Platlanioutb
Piattamoutn iowa ...
Bellevue-Plattamouth
Colorado Limited.. .,
Chicaao f?neclal
Chicago Expraaa...
a 7.26 pm
8:10 Dm
a 6:10 pm
a 6 .10 pm
7:00 am
a o;iv pm
au.ia pm
a :lo pm
b 6 OS am
T.SOpm
ni os;. r.A-rr'
. a 1. aiiv:swam
au.iopm ;;40DI.
1TAIIBURG AIIERICAN
All Modern f'.y Sarlo. (Wlrlas. ta
ondon-H'a ris-Hamburg
ichar. Apr. 11. iA. M. Irra. Uraal Ma.
ar 11
LOWEST RATE a Be mis. Brand! bldg;
luc
rraa, L4iioola...Apr. fiPcunaylvanla ...at
Cmclnnaii A Dr. W iuraf WaldaraM.ala. la
tAmarUia - pr. iiaia-B Aus. Vic. auj Ii
JKIti-Carlloa UCa.ru haacaurmm.
lUaaiburs dlract. Naw
aiunaiiua a n cart aaataaraal.
Uaalbar. djraac.
Xamburg-Aniarloaa X.lna, 48 B-way, Jg. T.
1 looal Agala
.all:21p, . 7. -00 am
a., is am all uo p
Chicago Faat Expra...a 30 pin . ?
lowa Local a 8 16 am ..S:
Cr.ston-Iow. Local. i I I n Sl"
St. Louis Exnrcs a I , T ?? m
C- and St. J.ph.....lo;4Jm 1 21
K. C. and t. Joaepn....a 8:16 am la f"'
K. C. U 6t JoMpn a4::lupm
WBB8TBK TATOJ-.rifoo,ta, ...
W a na t9. I
Validity of Patent.
Mr. Bishop did not say what "th satis
factory arrangnvent for compensation"
would be. It la understood, however that
th Wright brothers deal re. In exactlna-
royaltles, not so much to make money di
rectly as to establish a (id continue the va
lidity of their patents.
The Aero club has taken an option on a
tract of Long Island land four miles long
ana aooui a mil wide, between Garden
city and HIcksvIH. for a year's loans
If it la decided to hold th International
meet 4her the Long Island railroad will
estaonsn switches to care for large crowds.
However, it la not yet settled that this
site will be chosen. A deflnit choice will
not be reached for several months yet,
said Mr. Bishop. Clubs at Washington
and St. Louis are in th field for the meet
and other citlea may put In bids.
The death of Thomaa F. Walsh has con
siderably diminished the chance, of Wash
ington. Mr. Walsh had promised to sub
scribe 1100,008 if the meet were hold there.
Without thl sum It Is thought doubtful If
the Washington club can raise a sufficient
guarantee. A fund. has been started In this
cHy to which Mr. Bishop has subscribed
personally lit. 000.
COLUMBIA, Mo., April 10.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Missouri defeated the State Nor
mal nine from Warrensburg In a slugging
match on Holland's field Saturday, the final
count being 15 to fj. , 'i-h Tlg.rs won by
uuiiciuiig nit ana clever base running.
Score:
Missouri 0 0 6 1 ' 7 0 fr-eL'Yii
Warrensburg .4 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 8 10 4
Butteries: Warrenshuiif. Thomas and
Tanner: Missouri, Hayun and Klein. Um
pire: Katron
Frlahtfnl Apaama
of the stomach, liver torpor, lam bark and
weak kidneys are overcome by .Elenrtlo
Bitters. Guaranteed. ' 60c. For sale liy
Beaton Drug Co. Vv"--v 'v
CARDINALS' BOLL ANNOUNCED
W .hater.
Sflaaaarl Palfl
Auburn Looal
laae.
Arrlv.
Chicaao, t.
Omaha
floua City Expre....,
On. ha Local
Jloux City I'a.senger..
Twla City Pasaangar..
B:u Cay Local
........ ,h 2:bu pm b1-. lt) Dm
-b 1:00 pm b!l:4flam
o Pm
"ha ."
.. am
Oa Coadaetor Wta Waa Cared.
Mr. Wllford Adam. Is bl name, and he
writes about It: "Soma time ago I was
confined to my bed with chronlo rheuma
tism. I used two bottle, of Foley's Kidney
Remedy with good effect, and the third
bottle put Die on my feet and I resumed
work aa conductor on the Lextlngton, Ky.,
Street Railway. It gave me more relief
than any medicine I have ever u.ed, and
It will do all you claim In casta of rheu
matism." Foley's Kidney Remedy cur,
rh.um.tlsm by eliminating the urlo acid
from the blood. or sale by all druxaian.
Twenty-Four Player Named to' Com
poae St. Lool. Biatlonaie. '
ST. LOUIS, April 10. -Twenty-four play.rs
who will compose the St. Louis National
league team this y.ar have been named
by President Robl.on, aa follows:
Pitchers Willis, Corrlcon, Lush. Sallre
Harmon. Geyer, Hlgarlns. Harkman.
Catchers Phelps, Kelley, Bliss, Bresna-
hsn.
lnfielders-Konetchy. Hulswltt, riarbeau,
Betcher. Magee. Ha UWr. ii Uarsrinsi M it,-1 i-
Outfielders Ellis, Oakes, Evans, O Jlai a.
The players who will be turned ovtpr to
clubs not yet announced are Pitchers John
son, Hleger, Knight, Iioudnrmllk, Marlon,
Melter. Pickett, Rileigh, Sheridan, Sulli
van, Lowell and Yates, .Inflelders BelJ and
Barkwell and Outfielder. Murphy and
Courtney.
QUAKERS ONE GAME AHEAD
'.
National, of Philadelphia Now Mav
Three to American. Two. I
PHILADELPHIA. April 1.-The tiellhst
existed In the base bai series belw.ed the
two Philadelphia major league club.'waa
broken today, when the Nationals defeated
their rivals by the score of 6 to J. Tha
...... ... awalr unlll tha JlxUl
Inning, when the Nationals made thre
runs, which the Americans Could not over
come. The series now stands three to two
In favor of the National.. ' Score- R H K
American 1 0 1 0 8 8 0 0 0-8- I 1
"onal lOOt 0 S 0 0 i-Jli J
Fort Crook aad NraaWa. ttty.
NEBRASKA CITY, Apr", i0.4-gp.clsl )
Arrangements have been S ' ,.
ZC ball tea'm anTth. hX, uy
emd.m', ' ,hU cl,y " th ti-nlv-"
""Jl1;? P'ay, th opening gam of tU
lIh'n'br,"ka Cl,y lem ot th. Mink
eague. Thay will com down on a spclal
train and take nan in . . .7 .
claea. alao playing a gata of ball in the
arternoon. This team waa here everal
time last saon and drw monster croada.
Th efficacy of Chamberlain Liniment
In th relief of rheumatism Is being demon
Ud daily,
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