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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1014.
li APARTMENT AM & i AITS PKIi K
140.000; mtK-. H.oO0. 6H per cent, runs
S years; rents SI.mo yearly Will trade
(or good farm or cell, about 3 years old.
high-class Address 8 C. TM. car Hee.
KOUJITEEN IvkLLKltsfllASS WHITB
Orpingtons. 2 years old. What have you
to offer Address S C 804. Bee.
180 ACRES, CLKAR. WANT INCOME.
S. C. TI5. Omaha Bee.
AUTO WORTH tm, TRADE FOR A
good clear lot Address S. C. SSO, care
FINE. SIUHTLY LOT, TWO BLOCKS
north from Krus; Park. Trade for dia
mond, piano, or what have youT Address
S. C. 802 Bee.
THREE 6-ROOM COTTAQKS, PAVHU
street, good location, rented, only JJ.aw
mtge.; want JS.GJO gen. stock for equ-ty,
must he running. Address H. C. 4. Ilee.
GOOD SO ACHES FUR MDSE.
Trade Inn roved fO-acre farm, best rich
tillable soil, R miles from County Seat In
8.-E. Nebraska, level land, will raise 60
bu. com per acre In fair year. Near dis
trict school. Price JIO.000. mtg. J3.:ox
Equity tor good little stock of General
Mdse. Addresa I? C. 745, Bee. OmahL.
BATES AUTOMATIC NUMUfeiti.su
machine, five wheel, cost $15 und as
food as new. Will soli cheap or trade
tor anything can use. Address S. C. 70i
GOOD CLEAR LOT IN SOUTH OMAHA
to trade for a 2-passeiiKer Ford; bo
quick. Address 9. C. SOS Bee.
640-A. IMPROVED NEBRASKA RANCH,
clear, want merchandise. S. C. 741. Bee.
80 ACRES, CLEAR. WAIN TV L'QUITV
In homo, S. C. 742. Bee.
I HAVE A 4 HORSE-POWER INDIAN
motorcycle engine with Bosch magneto;
will sell for $35 cash, or what have you
to offer In exchange. Address S. C, SS9
6-ROOM COTTAGE ON BIG LOT IX
exchange for acreage near Omaha. Ad
dress S. C. S36, Bee,
EIGHTY ACRE IMPROVED IRRI
gated farm In artesian belt. s ater
ights paid up, In San Luis valley, Colo
rado, to trade for Omaha lots or Incomo
property, or eastern Nebraska farms. Ad.
dress B. C. S21.
PROPERTY ON HARNEY ST., WEST
of 20th St. worth $16,000; half cash, half
trade, for good residence property. Ad
dress S C 727, care Be.
I HAVE A 6-ROOM HOME CLEAR; $3,000
to trade for 2 to 5 acres even up. S C
Sll, Omaha Bee.
TWO NICE LOTS NEAR 45TH ST. AND
Mlllltary Ave ; clear; trade for good
auto. Address S. C, R56 Bee.
FIVE LOTS IN ORCHARD, 15 MILES
of Oklahoma City. Trade for small
equity In house or Omaha lots. Price
$500. Address. S. C. 693. Bee.
FINE MODERN HOME.
Very well located, six Living rooms,
largo reception hall and bath room, full
attic, and full basement, full BO-ft. lot,
nice lawn, trees, and garage with electric,
llBhts. Lady owner must sell on account
of health, or would exchange for new
modern bungalow, If up-to-date and well
located In good neighborhood, and priced
on cash basis Cash valuu of above, $4,000.
Bee It. Address S. C. 747. Bee. Omaha.
GOOD RENTAL INVESTMENT
Have client with a nlco up-to-date
hotel hulldlng and furniture, in good
town In eastern Nebraska H-jiit $GOo per
year. 26 rooms Prl:e $6,000. Trade at
real value for small farm or home In
Omaha. Lincoln or Nebruska City, or
may considor a siouk of merchandise.
Address S. C. 743. Bee Oiraha.
WILL TRADE CLEAR w'.ND AND
mortgages for Omaha Income property
or vacant lots. Address S. C. S20.
240 ACRES IMPROVED LAND IN
Philips county, Kansas; 200 acres in cul
ttvated, balance pasture. Price $40 per
acre, mtg. $2,000. Want Income property
or mdse. for equity. What havo you?
Address S. C. 720, care Bee.
60 ACRES, ALL IRRIGATED, 2 MILES
south of Fort Morgan, Colo.; finest lt.nd
of beets and altalfa raised on this land.
Price 56.000; mortgage ol $2,000. I want to
trade equity for grocery or Omaha pro
erty; or what have you? 8. C. 7iL Bet.
HAVE A FISHER PIANO IN GOOD
condition; will consider anytnlng. S.
C. 722. Bee. . ...
HAVE 20 LOTS IN ONE OF THE Ur-aV
little towns in the state of Iowa, uasii
value $4,000; want the best s:ock of genu'
clothing and shoes. hat have you lu
offer? Address to. C. 12S, Bee.
S40-ACRE FARM IN H EaTER.S IOWA,
would exchange for merchandise oi
equal value or mdse. and c.ty proporly.
S. C. M0, Bee
INCOME $107 MONTHLY; WANT
clear ranch In Nebraska. S. C. SCI, uco.
$17,0u0 CLEAR INCOME IN OMA ;
want equal deal for merchandise on I.'.
P. R. R. S. C. E62, Bee.
TWO HOUSES ON CORNER LOT IN
north part of city; will trade for some
thing larger in southwest part. S. C. 7.6
I OWN 320 ACRES LYMAN COUNTY.
South Dakota; biack soil, well grassed
end fenced. I have been holding my land
at ,$20 per acre, but I want to get Into
the grocery business or general mer
chandise, eo If you have ubout a W.uiM
stock running I will give you my land
subject to $6o0 loan, runs Ui years yet
Address -S. C. 52, Bee.
GOOD HALF SECTION
Unimproved black soli, rolling, pari
fenced, 12 miles from good town. South
Dakota. Worth $lf.00 per acre. For
short time will exchange at $3,200 u.i
all or part payment ou good Omahii
house to live In. About even deal or
nearly so preferred, with owner. Aildre&j
6 C. 744. Bee. Omaha
DANDY 5-ROOM COTTAGE FOR DIA
monds, grocery, auto, lots or acreage.
Address B. C. 853, Bee.
K3GHT THOUSAND SEC. BRICK.
want hogs, chickens or offer. S. C. 733,
HAVE UNDERWOOD T YPEWRl 1 t-R,
No. 4. latest model, with two-color rib
bon, stencil cutter, back spacer, etc.: lit
tle use. A bargain at J.0, bat will accept
tlrst $55 offered. Address S. C. 730, care
IMPORTED AND REGISTERED SHET
land stallion pony, 4 years old, want
stacker and rakes, or any good live stock.
S. C. 833.
SHELDON SALESMANSHIP COURSE,
complete set bookt. cost i&i. Sell for U
or traae. Aaaresa s. i so;, care nee.
COMPLETE I. C. S. COURSE. 6 VOL'S
dteam engineering, electricity and me
chanical refrigeration. Worth ?30. Will
trade for typewriter, or what have you?
Address S. C. &55. Bee
I HAVE A GOOD GUITAR AND A 1J
jeweled watch. What kind of a deal
can I make with you for a kodak or a
bull dog' Address S. C 743 care Bee.
TRANSFERRED TO OMAHA AND
must dlspoce of mi home In Lincoln.
Located best part, paved street, one block
to car line. Full lot, east front, fruit
trees. Six rooms, modern In every par
ticular. Barn on rear of lot. Actually
worth $4,000, about 41.(00 still due on it.
Will trade equity for farm land, good
lets, good auto and cash. Prlperty iow
rented for first tune. Address S. C. 06.
640 ACRES OF McPHERSON COUNTY
Nebraska, land, for $3iO Relinquishment
leady; hero Is your chance; get busy.
Would take auto or clear lot. Addtess
R C. 737. care Bee.
MOVING PICTURE SHOW LOCATED
la good Iowa town of 3.(00. One other
show. Complete In every wa. Price $1.20).
Clear. Will consider good auto tor part
or will sell half interest to man who will
run It S. C. fc66. Bee.
OMAHA HOME WANTED-160 ACRES
Stanley Co., S. D.. 7Vj miles southeast of
Philip, a good railroad town. Cost me
$3,200, will take $3,000 for It. and want a
home In Omaha of about the same value,
a C. 865. Bee.
ACCOUNT ILL HEALTH WILL Ex
change equity In good seven-room house
op. beautiful shady paved street for a
strictly modern five-room bungalow or
cottage. Might consider good lot and cash.
Address S. C 810, care Bee.
10 ACRES, MONROE Co., 1ND.. CLOSE
to town. Price $2,UW. Encumbranco
K00, due next September. What have you
for $1.5u0 equity? S. C St4, Bee,
iOO ACRES, 14 MILES FROM SIOUX
City. Improved. All In cultivation. Rents
for $5 per acre cash. Price $25,b00. Mort
gage $4,900. What ha.c you In tneome
property, cheaper land or merchandise?
S C S63. Bee
WILL TRADE A WHEEL IN GOOD
condition for revolver, watch or foun
tain pen. Must trade before Hay 25. Ad
dress, a C., 715 Bee.
LADIES' WATCH. JO-VR GOLD KILLED
hunting ease, in perfect repair, JS, also
Kentlemen's 17-Jeweled and adjusted rail
way watch, open face, silver case, a per
fect time keeper. UK Will sell at prices
mentioned or Irnde for anything can use
oi cquni vaiue. s. t. s, uee
WHAT HAVE V6ll TO EXCHANGE
for arr International Correspondme-
School reference library on Civil l!ntn-
-r:nK f .narrs8 a. i no, care nee.
Wit. I. thai i iff nrvm ivraMK omaiu
property for an up-to-date auto In first
class condition. Property rented by yeAily
contract Address S C. Omaha lice
M AC II KM IN BOONE I IH NTV. ,h
braska, $126; mortgage W.0CO, to trade for
apartment house Aouress 8 C. 71".
'ill At'lIKS MISSl-JStl'IM fl.KAll I'll'. -IP
1,2, exchange for house and lot about
K.WO. 8. C. 716, Per..
I HAVE A TYPEWRITER GOOD A3
now for a Smith & Wesson Police posl
ltlve. 38 cal., or good shotgun. Might con
sider watch or easlv- Address S. C. 719,
I AM LEAVING' TOWN AND MUST
sacrifice furniture for ten-room rooming
house. Good location, close In. Will
take automobile, cash or what havo youT
S. C. 870, bee.
OMAHA DUNDEE. RESIDENCE 0
room, modern, 4 years old nicely lo
cated; want cottage and the difference, or
land. Addrcsg S. C. 871, Bee."
WANT i-PASSENOElf FORI', OR STU
debaker. 1318 model or later. I need It
as city salesman. Have a brand new 6
room California Bungalow In suburban
add:t on near good schools, car. park, etc;
plumbing roughed In, piped for gas. new
electric light fixtures, etc., with two to
four lots, at only $2.:so. Write or call
at once wr I'aston Block, city.
A MANUFACTURING BUSINESS PRO
tected by patent right, for any property
or bank notes. Address S. C. S72, Bee.
OFFERED FOR RENT.
Apurttuent and Flats.
FIVE-ROOM new apartment, the Chula
Vlstu, 50th St and Poppleton Ave.;
Nothing better In the city: lower rent
than similar flats In this vicinity. Con-
- ' -. If I TI ..J.I. T I. .. r UTI
I I au tviiMb, ... j.muucin incuiri. vj ,.',4.
e-ROOM upper apartment with sleeping
porch. R28 S. 26th Ave.
4-ROOM Apt. In new 4-Apt. brick; strictly
modern: large yards; east of Hanscom
LIST vacant properties with BOCK
HACKER, 407 State Bank. D. S637.
Brick apartment Five large rooms.
Walking distance. Phone for particulars,
1609 FARNAM, ft rooms, completely mod
em; suitable location for offices, stu
dios, dental or dressmaking rooms, etc.,
for tenants wishing homes adjoining.
Thos. F Hall. 4 SI Ramge Bldg. D. 740rt
Gordon Van Co.lS
2 N. 11th St Phone D. 391 or H. 5811
NEW brlCK apartments, ready to move
Into; completely furnished, dishes and
all; 4 rooms, $6 par week; 2 rooms, U
per week. Call Doug. 8711 during offlc
-R. modern flat. $22. 23DS S. 24th. H. 4T1L
OGDEN ANN.EX rooms, with kltch
enets. Council Bluffs
Glove Van and Storage Co.
Stores, moves, packs And ships, 3-horse
van and 2 men, $1.25 per hour; storage $2
per month. Specialty of moving pianos.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Douglas 433s and
St. Clare Apartm'ts
23d and Hurney; opt., lor inspection,
the meat up-to-date conveniences; beau
tifully decorated and finished, 2, 3 and 4
rooms, tail iinrnoy pn m wub, ww.
VERY choice 4 or 6-room steam heated
Himrtmunt on West Farnam St.
JOHN W. ROBBiNS, W2 FARNAM ST.
WE rent your houses free of charge. No
(.omiiiisbloii Realty Company., ilO-m
Paxton Bldg, Omaha.
It) S. 35T11 ST.. apartment No. 8, 6-room
apartment, ground floor; private
poiches; outside rooms; beautiful neigh
boihood: on Farnam car line. Phone
2MS HOWARD ST.. five rooms first floor,
inooei n; hot vater heat
CLOSE-to High School; elegant eight
rooms; brick flat strictly modern;
reasonable rent. For keys call Tyler
141'i or D. 8610.
C317 Dewey Ave., 5-r.. mod. flat. $30.
C. G. CARLBERG,
310-312 Urandela Theater Bldg.
MHW 4-ioo. n !si. Loul-i (Int. modern,
large nicely tinlshed rooms, U6. Best In
city for the price. 2717 Howard. Inquire
27J5 ot phonn ll.rnoy Mil-
Hoard nnd Iluoiu,
THE HELMAN, 2403 St. Mary's; pleis
ant rooms; board optional. D. CiiSO.
ANTED Room and board, together or
separate, preferably near Fort Omaha.
RefTen'-eH "Iven Address. Y 51 Bet;.
Daenport 2018, 2 or 3 housekeeping rooms.
FURNISHED T-r. house, sleeping porch,
to responsible parties. Address B 150, Bee.
3 WELL furnished cottages Doug. 4633.
I ELEGANTLY' furnished 6-room house,
Field t;iub district, June to October.
FnriiUtird IIourk plnn Rooms.
MODERN, 4 rooms, $6 week; 2 rooms, 3;
completely furnished for housekeeping,
dlsnes, linen. eU. 1413 N. 32d. Call any
3-ROOM apartment, complete, for house
keeping, reasonable. Call Douglas 873S
DODUE, 2I1S &ome nice housekeeping
Dodge. 2VO Mod., pleasant walk distance.
B15 i0. 2uTH i modern tront rooms, coi.i.
plete tor housekeeping. D. 8257.
1905 DOUULAS Two cool housekeeping
006 S. 20TH, suite of 4 rooms, 2 bed
rooms with parlor connection each, lava
tory and bath; can havo ube ct attic above
if deslied; prlvuto entrance with cecond
floor porch; east front with south ex
posure; beautifully furnished; suitable for
two gentlemen; plenty of shade with
beautiful surroundings; on park car line;
reierence exchanged, walking distance;
price reasonable to right parties. Call
and see thete rooms today.
New West Hotel; reaionahlw. 1414 Doug.
NEW neatly furnished rooms 117 N. 20th
S. 23TH ST.. 70S Modern, well furnished
front room; private tamily; large lawn.
SUMMER opportunity, front parlor room,
modern, airy; private family. Call 2127
LOOK at 2702 Farnam St for cool, mod
ern rooms at reasonable prices.
COOL sleeping room. 403 N. 19th.
NO other roomers; pleasant room, very
cool, strictly modern; close In. D 0066.
Down-town district, well furnished, cool
rooms, reasonable 524 S. 16th, Apt 12.
HARNEY 2401, modern front room, rea
sonable. NEWLY furnished room; cool, airy; fine
for summer. Call 405 So. 25th Ave.
Poppleton 2717, board optional liar. -3372
2128 Dodge, nicely furnished mod. rooms.
NOW READY at 107 N. 2flth-Comforta-ble
room for summer, reasonable.
1909 DOUGLAS aT.-Cool. airy, well fur
nUhed. La.nuON COURT. 2240-Furnished rooms
for rent. large and finely furnished;
large porch and yard; bath. To first
class people. Tel. Douglas 3657.
STRICTLY modern, pleasant room, newly
furnished, good location. Call at M
So. 20th St.
OUTSIDE rooms, shady, mod. 1921 Cass.
630 NO. 18th Cool sleeping rooms.
DOWN-TOWN district, wtll furnished
cool rooms. 624 S. 16th St. Apt 13
Hotels nnil Apartments.
DODGE HOTEL Modern. Reasonable.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. ICtU and California.
Weekly rates $2 and up. Douglas 7083.
OFFERED FPU RENT.
DOl GLAS ST. IS14--Modem hourekecpi.-ig
suite, gas and electric light furnished.
llonaee nnd Cottite.
GLOBE AND STORAGE CO.
3-horse van, 2 men. $1 35 per hour, moving
wagon, 2 men, $1.00 per hour Household
goods stored, $1.00 per month. Special
rate for packing and shipping. Doug.
m and Doug. j;i.
2701 DAVENPORT STREET.
9 rooms, strictly modern, fine
corner, cool, every convenience,
owner's home. Call Harney 4SR3.
NEW 5-room cottage, strictly modern; on
car line 1816 I7th St. call wen. 101.
6 ROOMS, modern. 2M1 Pierce. Inquire
1.T01 South JMh Ave.'
FREE RENTAL LIST.
Complete "for rent" llt of houses,
apartments and flats on file at our oftlca:
no chargo whatever. Union Outfitting
Co . Ifith and Jackson Sts.
WE rent your houses ties o"" charge. No
(. ominU.'Inn Reslty Compun, 316-3o
Psxton Bldg., Omaha.
NEW WEST FARNAM BRICK.
Nine rooms, n. w corner, 35th and Dodge,
branJ new and extra fine, will rent only
on yearly lease. Reference required,
price $65.00 per month.
tOS-10-12-H State Bank Bldg. Tyler 1536.
Four bedrooms, bath and linen closet
on second flour.
Vestibule, reception hall, living room,
dining room, kitchen, p'.ntry and Ice
room on first floor. Full cement base
ment with toilet, furnMe heat, gas and
electrlo lights; nearly new and first clasi
in every way, at 1511 S. 29th St., one block
from Hanscom Park, near Park school,
cne block from car line. Tel. Harney 1500.
SIX-ROOM house, modern except fur
nace 71 Hickory St
an and Stur-
& ships household goodn& ulanos. D. 14J4.
P 1 JJjlil I Y - Uoods .stored.
hipped. K'.h aim Jackson Sis. Doug. UK
J. (J. Reed BxPt Co- furniture A piano
v. j. i-Lu moving-, D. 6146. IV. 1748.
H7 N. 18TH ST. rooms. Havney oww.
12-ROOM modern house with barn; hot
water heat 2618 Harney 8t Inquire T.
J. O'Brien. II. 10&4. D. 1216.
(ROOM modern house, 27lu Decatur St;
$23. Phone Harney 6432.
HoiiRnu In A,l Parts of :ne city.
nouses Ureli;'n'son,, & Co.. Bee Bldg.
H2.t.0-Brick. 130 s. S5th at, just north ot
Farnam. Owner, 20 Ramge Blag.
Phone Douglas 2221
6-ROOM modern cottage, 2008 N. 37th St,
$20. Call Webster 671.
We have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This list can oe seen free of charge at
uiuuiia van v aiorage co . wn ti. mth et
WE tent your houses free of chargo. No i
s.u,iiiiiiiuu ivcutiy company, 4ib-aoM
Paxton Bldg., Omaha.
5-ROOM cottage, modern except heat. 31W
Burdette; $12 month. Webster ,WS.
6 ROOMS, all modern, nearly new, to de
slrable tenant. Call Harney 6917.
7-ROOM modern brick Hat, vacant June i,
S113 Leavenworth. 6-room cottage, ail
So. 42d St. Call Harney 3562.
5-room. part modern, $12. W. 131.
iW7 Military Ave., now, modern, 6-room
house; rent tree from now till June 1.
Call Benson 155-W.
6-R, 636 So. 21th Ave., newly painted, mod.
tA. lunmue, fcuuu yo.ru; close in.
HASTINGS & HAYDEN. 1614 Harney St.
uiarK, j rooms, $io.
2608 Hamilton, 6 rooms, $14.
4101 Farnam, 7 rooms, modern, $25.
1W3 Capitol Ave.. 11 rooms, $50.
RING WALT. Brandels Theater Bide.
NEW 7-r. house, strictly mod. 1725 8. 11th.
Five rooms down, two upstairs; $26.50
per month. 3828 Hamilton.
FRANK '"AREY-Harney 1207.
5-R. MODERN, except heat. 1433 So. 14th.
Stores and Offices.
1EU FARNAM ST.-4.000 square feet; 18094
Farnam St, 1,800 squire feet; 18W-IJO-1811
Farnam St (basement). 8,000 square
feet, both Farnam St and alley entrances;
abundant light; steam heat
THOS. F. HALL. 433 Ramge BJdg. D. 7401
FARM .1 RANCH LANDS FOIX 9AI.E
SPECIAL bargains, fruit and vegetable
lands, ner Fort Myers, 40 acres, $100 per
acre, ten acres In grape fruit. G. 11. Steb
bins, 1610 Chicago.
$5 DOWN, $5 monthly, buys 40 acres grain,
fruit, poultry, land ,nuar town, southern
Missouri. Price only $225; excellent bar
gain. Box 425, Carthage. Mo.
FARMS for sale; $5 down, $5 monthly,
buys 40 acres; good timber land near
town, Texas county. Mo.; price $200; per
feet title. J. B. Jarrell. lit. Vernon. HI.
FARMS for sale; $5 down, $5 monthly,
buys 40 acres; good timber land near
town. Texas county, Mo.; price $200; per
fect title. J. B. Jarrell. Mt. Vernon. III.
FOUND 20-acre homestead In settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost ou $200, filing fees and aU. J.
A Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
EIGHTY acres. $20 an acre, $30 down and
$20 a month no Interest. Fine farm
land. J. A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb.
SOO Line Railway grant lands In Wis
consin. If Interested, address N. Emer
son, Metropolitan Bldg., Minneapolis,
From $15 to $75 per acre.
Are the equal of any in the
United States that are selling
from $150 to $300 per acre.
These lands can be bought
on easy terras.
Minnesota's 1913 corn
crop, 40 bushels per
acn-, stands first of
all states in the union.
SEND FOR SPECIAL PAGE OF
MINNESOTA FARM DARQAIN8.
Published in the
Minneapolis, Minn., March 29 to
April 4. A 2c stamp will brine it
FOR real bargains, large or small, farms
In Minnesota and near the twin cities,
write for list. Fred Mohl, 511 Capital
Hank Bldg.. St Paul. Minn.
WE WANT TO TELL you all about our
deeded Indian lands; title directly from
U. S. Preferable to homesteads. Rich,
black soil; no stone, fine soft water; one
crop of flax pays for land. Write today
for 36-page booklet Hartung Land Co.,
Room 8, McLaughlin.
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE R. E.
Have lands In southeast Texas from
which can be raised two to four crops a
year. Will exchange for ranch In eastern
or central Nebraska.
JOHN A. M'SHANE,
924 Omaha National Bank Bids.
PIRATES TRIM SUPERBAS
Dodgers Meet Victorious Pittsburgh
for First Time of Season.
CLOSE GAME, FIVE TO FOUR
Visitor Tie Sporr In .Ninth, lint
Wsnfr' Mtiulr vtllh Tito on
tlnsr nnd Tvro nut (Jives
IloniP Ten in Win.
PITTSBURGH, May 2S.-Plltburgh nnd
Brooklyn met for the first time this sea
son today and the Pirates won a closely
contested game, fi to 4. The visitors hit
Cooper hard In the ninth and tied the
score for the second time but Wagner's
single with two on bases and two out gave
the Pirates the victory. Score.
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Batted for Cooper In ninth.
O'Mara ran for Huinmell In ninth.
McCarthy batted for Rucker in eighth.
Klberfleltl batted for Rngan In ninth.
Two out when winning run scored.
Brooklyn 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 14
Pittsburgh 2 0 0 I 0 1 0 0 l-
Hits: Off Rucker, 9 In seven Innings;
off Ragan. none In one Inning, off Wag
ner, 2 In one Inning Three-baao hits:
Rlggert. Cooper. Home run: Dalton.
Stolen base: Kelly. Double play: Egan
to Cutshaw to Daubort Bases on balls:
Off Rucker. 1; off Ragan. 2; off Wagner.
1: off Cooper. 2. Hit by pitched ball: By
Rucker J. Wngncrl. Sacrifice fly: Smith.
Left on basea: Brooklyn. 5; Pittsburgh,
8. Struck out: By Rucker, 3; by Cooner.
4. Time: 1:47. Umpire: Qulgley nnd
Phlln Win Onc-ner.
CINCINNATI. May 2. - Ineffective
pitching bv Cincinnati twlrlere entbled
Philadelphia to win the first game jf the
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
IMPROVED 160-a. Emmons Co.. N. Dak.,
In crop, to exchange for residence In
Omaha: might assume some Ineumbrxnca
If good. This Is a real farm and A. No. 1
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TO BUT, SELL OP. RENT. KIRST SEE
JQtin W. RUUU1N0. UU3 AlUS Ail H7.
i series toda . S to 4 Itowan. w'ho started
lor i Inrlunatl. was hit hard, allowing
Philadelphia to score five runs Inger
soil, who succeeded hlui, urn wIM P-ore:
xtHiltrd for Bales In seventh
xxtlNn for Chirk In seenlh
xxxBatted for Rouan In seventh
xxxxllatttd for lngrrsoll in ninth
Philadelphia 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 1-6
Cl ulnnatl 0 o 0 0 1 I 2 04
Two-base lilta: Lnbert. Kllllfrr, iMark.
Three-baso lilts: Rwd. Cravath, Mayer.
Hoblltiell. litis: Off MHjrr. ! In 7 2-3
Innings; off Marshall, none In I 1-3 Inn
Ipks. off Itowan, S In 7 Innings, off In
gersoll, 2 In S Inning. Sacrifice hit:
Mayer. Pnerlflee fly lbnt. Byrne.
Marsons. Stolen bases Herd, Lobcrt.
Magee, Heriog. Left on bases. Phllndl
plila, Cincinnati. 7 Bbso on balls. Off
Mayer, 3; off Marshall, 2, off Rowan, 1.
off Ingersoll 2. lilt by pitcher: By n
grrsoll iReed). Struck out. B Mayer. 3,
by Itowan, .-. Time 2 11. Umpires. Klein
lli'innrrr llnril lilt. Cub "Win.
CHICAGO, May S5.-nenmree was hit
hard in the third inning today nnd Chi
cago won the first game of the series.
6 to 1.
New York's lone run came In the fourth.
After to were out, Coirlilen threw
Grant's grounder high to Suicr. Doylo
singled to tlglit and Hood booted the ball
around whllo Grant scored. Score:
NKW YOIIK CltlCAOO
All II. O A B At). II O A f.
IlNthrr. ct . 4 0 1 0 OLrseh if. . 4 0 4 0 0
Hums. If. 3 0 4 0 OUwil. rf.. .. 4 I 0 1
Grant, 4 I 1 I (Malrr, lb. .31700
IVyle Jb . . I 1 1 1 OZIm'mn. lb. ! H It
MnVlf. lb . J Oil 0 OSfhulK If.. 3 0 10 1
h'mHrvu. rf 3 0 0 0 0Swnfr. -b. 3 0 110
Jlober'n. rf I 0 0 0 oOnrrldf n. 4 1 0 I
Flock. 1!) I 1 0 S onrMtttvin.r 119 10
MIr. c. 10 11 OChnSfy. p.. 3 1 0 0 0
Mfbun. ... 1 0 0 0 0 TotOi ....17 X II 4
IVmrw, p. I I 0 1 0
nonlln ...1 0 0 0 0
Ffhauer. p. 0 0 0 1 1
Th.vr ..1 0 0 0 0
TottU .. Jl 1 14 II t
Rnn for Meyers In the seventh.
Batted for Demnree in the seventh.
Batted for Schaurcr In the nln.h.
Now York 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Chicago 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2
Two-baee hit: Snler. Thiee-hnse Mt:
Saler. Hits Off Demaroe, t in six In
nlnRs. off Pchaurer, I In two Innlnga
Kaiilficn hits: Zimmerman 2. facrl
fir f'.y Schulte. Stolen imses. Beschc-.
Grant. Zimmerman. l.eft on bases. Chi
cago. 8; New oYrk, K Bases on balls:
Off Demarec. 2; off Cheney, 3; off
Schnurcr. 1. Hit by pitched ball. By
lumaree (Schulte); by Cheney (Meveral.
Struck out: By Domnree. 3, by Cheney,
7. Wild pitch: Schaurcr. Time: 1 II.
Umpires. Orth and Byron.
4'nnl Lour l llrnTO.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., May -Boston. by
hunching hits with errors In the first two
Innings, scored three runs, a lead St
Louis, by clean hitting, could not over
come, nnd the visitors took the opening
iiontcst of tho scries, 3 to 3. Robinson
pitched a Rood game, but Dolan'a error In
tho second Inning paved tho way for two
runs, giving the visitors a lead. Score:
BOSTON". 8T. Ilt'IK
AII.1I OAK All HOAR
Even Hi... 4 111 Ollucxlni. tb. 4 11 J J 0
Mrntlllf. 4 J : S 0)ln, rf.. 4 I 10 0
Murmr. rf. 4 3 2 0 ollolin. Sh .11111
OUbert. It.. 1 0 10 0J Mlllrr.lhl 1 11 1 0
0 0 r : iqt 'IPIumSHWIInon, rt . 4 I t 2 0
Whaling, e . 4 0 1 orthr. If. . 4 1 2 0 0
Martin, lb . 4 1 10 OWHuo. c .41010
Mann. rf... 4 1 1 0 UUck. , 4 0 I A 1
Tjler p... . 4 0 0 0 oltoblnaon. p. 3 0 0 2 0
Totala . . 31 11 1? 8 1 THal . 11 7 27 17 1
Boston 12000000 01
St. Louis 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 02
Two-bnso lilts: Murray, Wlngo, Wll
son. father. Mnrtln. Sncrlflce lilt: Gil
bert Donbtn play: Beck to Hugglns to
Miller. Left on bases: Boston, fi: St.
Ixuls. fi. First base on balls: Off Tyler.
2. off Robinson. 1. Struck out: By
Tyler, fi; Robinson. 2, Time: 2:10. Umpires-
Rlglor and Emslle.
I)n v hi Cits' AVIiia from Colnlillmn.
DAVID CITY. Neh.. May Z ISpv!lal.l
In a flcrco wind nnd dust storm. David
City won today from Boettcher's Colts
of ColumbUH by a score of 15 to 1. Two
singles and an error In tho ninth robtied
Pescliek, the local twlrlcr. of a shut out.
Thin In tho locals second win from tho
Colts this scnAon. The score:
David City 70200501 -15 11 3
Columbus 00000000 1- 1 7 0
Batteries: David City, Pescliek nnd
Talbot; Colinnhtts. Douglas, Vlerguts,
Wolfo and Danlles.
4'rilnr Bluff Urfrnla Lincoln.
CEDAR BLUFFS. Neb., May r.-(Sp-cialj
Cedar Bluffs, defeated the Hand
era Giant team of Lincoln here today
by a score of 7 to 6. It was a well played
game considering the high wind. The
foature of tho game was tho batting and
finldlng of Keller for Cedar Bluffs. He
secured a home run that whs one of the
longest hits seen hern for mnny games.
Lincoln 3 3 0 0 0 0 u 0 0-n 8 a
Cedar Bluffs.. 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 7 10 4
Batteries. Lincoln, Cramax and Gana;
Cednr Bluffs, Holier and Krause.
Trimbles Ilent Went noiIpra.
Bunday afternoon the Trln'bla team
took nn auto ride out on Wer Dcr?ge
street and defeated tho West Dodge Milk
Producers 15 to 4. Norton for the Thim
bles struck out fourteen men. Next Bun
day the Trimbles play tho West Fide
Electrics. Batteries: Trlinhls. Nortrn
and Moorman; West Dodgo Milk Pro
ducers. H. Bull and Kuehl
Ainerlcnn Asaorlntlon Results,
Minneapolis 3 3
Louisville 2 8 3
St. Paul II id 4
Columbus 12 11 6
Milwaukee S 13 4
Cleveland B 13 3
Kansas City 5 12 4
Indianapolis 6 13 4
Preacher Who Signed '
Wet Petition Quits
BIOUX CITY, la.. May 2S.-Rev. Wal
lace M. Short, pastor of tho First Con
gregational church here, tendered his
resignation last night and It was -in
cepted by a vote of 124 to 61. Many
members of the congregation declined to
The demand for Short's resignation wat
due to his signing ot the aaloon consent
Bev. Mr. Short In defending his action
in signing tho petition of consent d
clared that he was actuated by a con
viction that tho methods employed by
the prohibitionists to secure temperance
reform were wrong and that under local
conditions he regarded a vote for a le
galized saloon to be the best temporary
measure. Ha denied emphatically that
he was opposed to the temperance move
ment, but anserted that he differed from
many as to methods used In bringing
about the best conditions.
Rev. Mr. Short waa pastor ot a Kansas
City church before he came to Sioux City.
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SENATORS CREEPING ON UP
Victory Over Tigers Places Them
Five Points Below Leaders.
JOHNSON IS NEVER IN DANGER
4SHe Wny to llentler In r.ln'hth
When (anmes Seems Snfe Detroit
Uses Three Pitchers Score
I Ten to One.
WASHINGTON. May SJl.-Washlngton
climbed to within five points of first plase
In the American eague pennant race to
day by defeating Detiolt. 10 to 1, In the
first game tit th series.
Detroit's ono run was scored In the
third when Mains singled, went to third
when Milan fumbled the ball and scored
on Bush's double.
Johnson was never In trouble and gave
way to Bcntley In the eighth, whon the
game seemed safe. Detroit used threo
!!uh. II.... I
lllcti. ot. . . 1 I
tlltlmnn. rt I 0
All. II O A K
1 OMtwIlfr. it. I
S 01fMtr IK X
3 PMtlin. tt
0 IKlirhlli. lb.
n ostonk. If. . I
Crwfor1. rf 0
OMorjm, lb.. 4 1
OMrllrMe. m. 1 0
U.Wlllin,e 4 1
veh. U .41
Ilurnt. lb . 4 0
MorlKrtr. Jh I 1
Punue. c... 1 (1
McKee. c. 0 0
l-Tt. p.... I
Mulnn. b... t 1
ojarinpnn, p.. I 1
1 TaU1 ..
II 37 3 1
Hnjnoldri, p. 0 0
miftue .... i o
C. Wllllsms 0 n
TeUU ....II 7 24 It 1
Batted for Mains In eighth.
Han for Stanagn In eighth.
Detroit 001 oOOflOO-l
Washington 0 4 1 1 0 0 3 -10
Two-base hits: Bush. Morgan. Three
base hits: Gandll, Milan, Bhanks. Hits:
Off Cavet. 2 In ono Inlng (none out In
second Inning); off Mains. 10 In six In
nines: off Ilevnold. 2 In one Inning, off
Johson, A In seven inlngs; oft Bentley, 1
in two innings; orf lientley, l in two in
nings. Sacrifice hit: McBrlde. Sacrifice
fly: Johnson. Stolen base: Shanks.
Double plays; Foster to Gandll to Foster,
Foster to McBrlde to Gandll. Morgan to
Gandll. Left on bases: Detroit. ; Wash
ington, 7. Bases on balls: Off cavet, s:
ntt ttrvnoldx. 2. off Johnson. 1: off Bent-
ley, 2. Struck out. By Mains. 2; by John
son, j; ny ueniiey. i. nme: um
pires: Hlldebrand and O'Loughlln.
White Hose Trim Ynnks.
NEW YORK, May 25,Scott had tho
better of Warhop In a pitchers' bitttlo
today and Chicago won the first game ot
the series from New York, 1 to 0. Scott
held tho Yankees to three hlta and fanned
seven. Only four men reached first base
and Scott caught three of these napping.
CHICAGO. NEW YORK.
xn. ii. o.a e. An li.o A it
Demrntt II. 4 0 I 0 OMiImI. II., I H 1 0
Wtttrr. .. 4 1 4 1 OlUrtirll, ct I 1 0 0 0
Ctuu. ll .. 4 i 10 3 OtVilih. if. . . 1 0 4 0 0
noiiini, rf.. 3 e i o orook. rf a o s s o
Untie, ef ... 4 I 0 0 OWIIIIirat, lb 3 0 II 0 0
Alcock, lb.. 1 3 1 1 Orwklnp. I 0 t 4 0
Center. 3b. . I 0 I 3 (IHosers, r... a 6 a 1 0
Schnlk. e... 3 0 7 1 OTniMUlt.lb 3 14 14
Bcott. p. ... 1 0 0 4 0Wrhop, p. . 1 (I 0 t 0
OaMwell . 1 0 0 0 0
Tolsls ....SO 17 II 0 ' .
ToUit . IT inn 0
Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
New York o o o o u u u o -v
Two-base hits: Weaver. Alcock, Bodle.
Sacrifice hit: Alcock. Sacrifice fly: Col
litis. Stolen base: Chase. Left nn bases
New York, 1; Chicago, 4. liases on ta'ls:
Off Scott. 1. Struck out: By Warhop. 2;
by Scott, T. Time: 1:35, Umpires: Evana
Mnrlin nnmp Ilrovrns.
PHILADELPHIA, May 35.-Pennock
pitched a masterly game, today, Philadel
phia winning from EL Ixiuls, 6 to 2. Pen
nock fanned twelv e batsmen. Every
man who faced him. except Pratt, struck
out at least once. Prntt made two doubles
and a slnglo and drew a pass In tour
trips to the plate. Oldrlng's stick-work
played a big part In the home team's
victory. He scored two runs nnd drovo
In three other tallies. Oldrlng's hitting
Included a homo run, a triple and a single,
and ho also received a baso on balls.
ST. LOUIS. rilILADEt,ril!A
a v o'irnv An n o a b
Hhotten, c(. 4 I I 0 OMurphr. rf. a 0 0 0 0
Auilln. lb.. I 1 3 QOMrlnt. If.. I a 1 0 0
rrett. 2b. . 1 13 3 OCoMlni. 2b.. 4 a 1 l 0
Rumler. rf . 3 1 0 OFWker. lb. . 3 1 1 1 0
C. VlW.lf 3 I a 0 OMelnnli. lb 4 I 0 0
Learr. lb .. 4 0 0 ODtler. ef. .. I 1 2 0 0
Wtree,. .. 4 0 I t Miarry. .. 4 1 I S 0
Asmw, 3 1 1 t OLwp, e.. .. 1 0 11 1 o
OroHn. e.. 0 0 01 0 orennork. p. I 1 0 0
Jameft, p. ..20030 - -
!,errni. p. 0 0 0 0 0 Tniali 28 10 37 I 0
Jnkln ... 1 0 0 0 0
Miller .... 0 0 0 0 0 '
TnUW ....Sol 24 14 3 I
Bated for James In the seventh.
Ban for Agnew In the seventh.
St. Louis 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-2
Philadelphia 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0
Two-baao hits: Pratt 1, Baker. Three
base hits: Oldrlng. Daley. Home run:
Oldrlng. Hits: Off James. 7 In six In
nings: jff Ixivereni, 3 In two Innings,
flacrlflco hit' Ixipp. Sacrifice flies
Rumler, C. Walker. Stolen bases. Pratt
(2); C. Walker. Collins. Double plays
Pratt to Agnew; James to Agnew; Aus
tin to Pratt, lft on bases: fit. Louis.
S; Philadelphia. 4. Bases on balls: Off
Jame. 4; off Ponnock, 2; off Lovcrena,
1. Struck ruf By Leverenx, 1; by Pen
nock, 1. Time 2:02. Umpires: Con
nolly and Dlnecn.
Red Sox: Defeated.
BOSTON. May .-Sacrifice hitting as
sisted In a victory over Boston today.
Mitchell held the Red Box to three hits.
"Del" Gainer, wno waa purcnasea irum
tho Detroit club yesterday, reported to
Boston today. He probably will play at
first base In tomorrow's game. Sooie
ill il o A T.. AB.H O.A E
,Llbold cf . 4 0 a 0 OHnorxr rf . 4 1 3 0 0
nuuuia. v i s uipmw, i "
Oruier. If . 4 a 4 0 eLeh ";?! 2 2
Jtckwn, rf. 4 0 3 0 OSpeak.r, el.
I.iol. lb. . 1 tl a I OBeott, ss.... 4 0 0 3
Wowl. lb.... a 1 I 0 OOu-drnr. 3b.. 4 1 4 0 1
Turner, lb. 3 1 1 0 0Jnrln, lb. 4 Ml
Cfcrtuch. e 3 0 7 1 OCcirUtui. e. 1 a 3 1 0
Mitchell, p 1 0 0 0 oinommi,
OoIHdi p . . 3 0 0 3 ft
TotiU . . 2t S 27 7 OCnumbe, p.. 0 0 n 0 0
Trwter .... 0 0 0 0 0
flesh ft 0 0 0 O
Tntilt ...Ti a 27 11 3
Ran for Carrlgan In the eighth.
Batted for Collins In the eighth.
Cleveland 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 S
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hlta: Speaker, Oraney. Hits:
Off Collins, 4 In eight innings; oft
Counmbe. 1 In one Inning. Sacrifice hits
Carlsh. Turner. Sacrifice tiles: Mitchell,
Lajote. Stolen bases: Turner. Ornney.
Double play: Scott to Janvrln to Thomas,
Left on bases: Cleveland, 3: Boston, 7
Bases on balls: Off Mitchell I Struck
out By Collins, 2; by Mitchell. I. Panted
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