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'Pt IV. UMW. Mf V II A MM Mi A V 1 t mi I
WILL. Tit At K CLEAR UND AND
mortgages for Omaha Income property
or vacant lota. Address S C. KM.
CO. BLUFFH LOT, CLEAR, FUH PIANO.
S. C, Jit. Bee.
FOn SALE OH TRADE -PASSENGER
Bulck, Model F, In Rood running con
dition; will consider Ford 1913 Model or
good upright piano. Address S. C 911
GOING AWAY, HAVK LATE MODEL
vlslblo typewriter; will trade for small
diamond or anything I can use. Address
S. C. "34, cam Omaha Dec.
GO ACRES, ALL, IRRIGATED, 2 MILES
south of Fort "Morgan. Colo.; finest kind
of beets an alfalfa raised on this land.
Price J6.000; mortgage -ofy 12,000. I want to
trade equity for grocery or Omaha prou
erty; or what have youT S. C 721, Bee.
00 .ACHES. 1( MILES FIIOM SIOUX
City, Improved. All In cultivation. Itcnts
for H per aero cash. Price $26,voO. Mort
gage W.SKX). What have you In Income
property, cheaper land or merchandise?
S. C. MO. Bee.
12 Al'AHTMENT AINU 3 LOTS! PRICK,
110,000; mtg., 314.WO. 6V4 per cent, runs
J years;, rents HSoO yearly. Will trade
for good farm or sell; about .1 years old;
high-class. Address 6. C. 7S3. care lite.
WOULD TRADE A GOOD NUMBER t
Remington typewriter for a saddle. If
you have such a trade write S. C, 701,
NO. 4 BULLS EVE CAMi.HA AND TIll
poa to trade for good repeating rifle,
shotgun or revolver, rt. C. W7. Bee,
6-ROOM COTTAGE ON BIG LOT IN
exchange for acreage near Omaha. Ad
dress h. C. UG, Bee.
I WILL SWAP PIIONOUKAPH AND
some records for small diamond ring,
22-cahber repeating rifle or shotgun; co.it
325. Address a. C. 9L Omaha Bee.
FINE, S1U11TLY LOT, TWO xlLOUrwa
north trdm Krug Park. Trade for dia
mond, piano, or wnat have you'f Address
b. C. b02 Bee.
AUTO WORTH 500, TRADE TOR A
good clear lot. Address . C. VJU, care
PROPERTY ON HARNEY ST., WEST
of 20th St., worth Io.wjo; half cash, half
trade, for good residence properly. Ad
dress S U Til, care Beo.
TWO HOUSES ON CORNER LOT IN
north part of city; will trade for some--thing
larger' in southwest part. S. C. 1M
FIVE LOTS IN OHCUaRD. la MILES
of Oklahoma City. Trade tor small
equity lu house or Omahu lots. Pricit
laUO. Address, s. v.. mi, uee.
1 HAVE A 6-ROOM HOMb (J LEAH; 33,00a
to trade for 2 to S acres eveu up. a C
11. Omaha Bee.
A FINE LEVEL QUARTER OF LAND
In Perkins Co., Neo., 7 miles from R. R.
Best of soil and tree iruui ml encum
brances. Valued at 14,000. To trade for
'a nice modern home In Omaha of 7 or 8
rooms and worth up to Jti.Ow, In a good
neighborhood, close to school and car
line, or for acreage close In. S. C. 591. Bee.
GAS STOVE, COST HI b MONTHS AUU,
Hew lawn hose, W ft, cost 16 last sum
mer; lawn mower, cooking utensils of
aluminum and enamel, dlsnea of all kinds,
Havlhuid china set cost Jw; bed, springs
and mattress, etc Will consider dia
monds, piano or good lot. Address S. C
1913 TWIN CYLINDER MOTORCYCLE,
worth lift); Just been overhauled and. In
fine shape. Here Is a good chance for
''sotne one. Make mo an offer. S. C. Sli,
UHX NEAR NEW L. C. SMITH TKPE
writer, Jub: overhauled; will trado for
most' any useful article of value; will
consider second-hand auto. Address 6.
'C, aJ, Bee. .
HAVE A BEAUTIFUL HAND-CARVED
' platinum tie pin set with five H-karat
diamonds and six small diamonds, a
man's ring set with five -karat dia
monds and. two small diamonds, also
'have 10 acres and one city lot in Florida
and 10 acres and city lot In Oregon. Will
.trada all for city proporty or use same
as part payment on a piece of property,
or will sell any of the above outright.
Address B. C. 715. Be.
ONE LOT AT CASPER. WYO., CLEAR
' title; Reglna music box, 150, with reo.
'ords; very fine Burton mandolin; small
r.igasollne engine, like new. Will trade
all of the abovo" for lot or equity, or
what have you to offer? "Would constaer
a Twin motorcycle. Address & C. 858,
GOOD STANDARD. VISIBLE TYPE
wrlter, will exchange for suit of clothes
or 'what have you? Have no use for
typewriter, but it Is a good one. Address
8. 43. 73fi. care- Omaha Bee.
240- ACRES IMPROVED LAND IN
Philips county, Kansas; 200 acres In cut
Uvatcd, balauoe pasture. Price 340 per
acre. mtg. 12,000. Want lncomo property
or mdso. for equity. What have you?
Address S. C. 720. care Bee.
WANT LATE MODEL FIVE-PASSEN-ger
automobile. Have some cash and
well located clear vacant lot. Address S.
C. 735, care Omaha Bee.
40 ACRES, MONROE CO., IND., CLOSE
to town. " Price 32,000. Encumbrance
StOO, due next September. What have you
for 11.500 equity? S. C 864, Bee.
I AM LEAVING TOWN AND MUST
sacrifice furniture for ten-room rooming
house. Good location, close In. Will
take automobile, cash or What have you?
B. C 870, Bee.
MUST SELL OR WILL TRADE MY
No. 5 Oliver typewriter. Good as new,
for 830. Address. S. C. 714, Bee.
FOR SALEMY EQUITY IN A 13,000
house, 20th and Bancroft. Modem, ex
cept furnace. Two blocks from car; paved
street. 1600 cash, balance 320 monthly
Wlir also take 3300 cosh, balance applied
rs part payment on property In suburbs.
Address 8 C 905. Bee.
KIMBALL PIANO PLAYER, WITH
about 26 rolls of music, to trade for
-.motorcycle (no, Junk), nearly new Under
wood or L. C. Smith typewriter, motor
boat, or anything 1 can use of value.
yB..C. 90S. Bee.
"MOVING PICTURE SHOW LOCATED
In good Iowa town of 3,500. One other
show, Complete in every way- Price 11,200.
Clear. Will consider good auto for part
or will sell half Interest to man who will
run It. S. C. 666. Bee.
GIBSON HARP-GUITAR & LEATHER
case, cost 1158; Farland banjo and case,
coqt 340; two Washburne and one Gibson
mandolins, all in fine condition. Will sell
cheap for cash. Address S. C. 919, Bee.
. C.Q.' BLUFFS LOT, PRICE J200 AND 350
cash for furniture or rooming house.
S. C. 923, Bee.
GOOD AUTO, WORTH 8600. TRADE FOR
a good clear lot, S. C, Iss Bee.
WALL PAPER AND PAPERING TO
, -swap for anything we can use. We havo
an arrangement with a large wholesale
wall paper house to place their entire
output on sale at DO per cent discount.
This Is your chance to buy wall paper at
wholesale price. Paper sold by sample
only. Phone Webster 3G02. and we will
bring samples to your home.
OMAHA HOME WANTED-1C0 ACRES
Stanley Co., & D., 7H miles southeast of
Philip, a good, railroad town. Cost me
33,200, will take 33,000 for It. and want a
home In Omaha of about the same value.
8. C. 8C5. Bee.
WHO HAS AN ELECTRIC VIBRATOR
-massage machine they will trade for
first-class 17-Jewelod -and adjusted rail
way watch? Addresj H. C. 914.
t!E"0 LOTS FOR TRADE ON THIRTY-
third ave., one block south of Kansas
ave'.; would consider auto, team, piano
or furniture as first payment; balance
easy terms. Address S. 0. 913, care The
WANTED SECOND - HAND TYPE
writer; have a couple good watches; an
automatic numbering machine, etc., to of
fer in exchange. Address S. C, 91S, care
WANT TO HEAR fROX PARTIES
who may have either new or slightly
used motorcycle accessories, tools, tires,
etc, they will trade for other articles or
sell cheap for cash. Address S. C. 916,
care The Bee.
TUFTED COUCH. GOOD CONDITION.
, original value 330. to trade fur good gas
atove or rug. S. C. 900. Bee.
1913 TWIN INDIAN MOTORCYCLE, good
shape. What good offer have you to
make Address H. C. 814. Bee.
OFFERED FOU ItEXT.
Apartment and Plats.
LIST vacant properties with
BOCKHACKER. 407 State Bank. D. 3667
FIVE-ROOM new apartment, the Chula
Vista. 30th SL and Poppkton Ave.;
Nothing better In the city; lower rent
than similar flats in this vicinity. Con
rad Young, 323 Brandels Theater. D. 157L
OKFEUKI) KOn HUNT.
linrtnirutn nmt I'lnta.
Globe Van &Storage
Stores, moves, paeks and ships; 3-horse
van and 2 men. 11 36 per hour, storage 12
'hone Douglas 433s and 37.
.."nil. onusiHcuon guaranteed.
Ten minutes' ride from downtown, on
Sherman Ave. car; fine surroundings of
,.,.'ft.??.treC8,.pr'ur awns; nlco residence
district Plenty of air mid breathing
space and not crowded in "with other
buildings. One apartment has 6 rooms;
oak finish, with beautiful mantel and gns
log In living room; fine dining room lth
paneled walls nnd celling: bedrooms in
whlto enamel, mahogany doors; nice
coat closet with mirror door; good sired
kitchen, built-in cupboard.
The other apartment has 3 rooms, and
fine screened porch, Cxl2; large living
room. 12xl4. with coat closet and mirror
ki' iSe l,e',l'oom ""d dandy kitchen.
w.wao juiihui &i-iii-q una au- omer
conveniences of tho modern, up-to-dato
Call office and wo will ha p)caei1 to
show theso at nny time. Douglas 1009.
Scott & Hill Co.
St. Clare Apart'nVs
Just finished, latest Ideas, outside
porches, interior decoration and finish of
the highest ClA8S: IaWM tftnnia rnllrt an. I
croquet grounds; walking dlstnnco from
uie nusincss district of tho city. Call
youKias owu or Harney 647
C-ROOM upper apartment with sleeping
Porch. BIS s. 26th Ave,
Gordon Van Co.SS&
219 N. 11th St. Phono D. 331 or H. 5911
t-R. modern tint 2.VM s L'Uli It 471L
8-ROOM brick flat, 1404 S. Sth St., near
urowneu nan, uouglag
NEW brlCK apartmonts. reaay to move
Into; completely furnished, dishes and
all; 4 rooms, (6 par week; 2 rooms. 31
tier week. Call Dnllir. HIM dllrlnir ntt.f
VERY cholco 4 or 6-room steam-heated
apartment on West Farnam St.
JOHN W. ItOBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST
WE RENT your houses tree of charge
NO COMMISSION REALTY COMPANY,
316-330 Paxton Bldg.,
FOR RENT 4 6, "-room modern apart
monts, steam and hot water. 318 and up
wards; near postofflce. G. P. SUbblns.
4-ROOM modern apartment. 1112 S. 11th.
OODEN ANNEX rooms, with kltcli
enets. Council Bluffs.
SUBLEASE, 5 beautiful rooms. Apart
mcnt. Genoa. S?30 Cass St., Harney 6SU9.
NEW 5-room flat, 2113 Chicago. . E. Za
brlskle. 402 Ware Block, or Harney 917.
3-ROOM flat, 310 per month.
5-room flat, 312.60 per month.
J. I. KEMP, 241S Leavenworth St. D. 987.
FIVo ' largo roo'irW, windows on 'o ir
sides; very desirable. Phono Doug. 7721.
FOUR-ROOM cholco apartment In the
Helen. All outside rooms, beautifully
decorated. Rent $37.50. Phono Doug. 4214,
30S N. 20TH, 9-R, NEW MODERN
O'KEEFE R E CO..
1016 OMAHA NAT. DOUGLAS 2715-0
UNFURNISHED apt E20 N. 20th St
Board, una ltoum,
THE HELMAN, 2403 St. Mary's; pleas
ant rooms; board optional. D. CS0.
LARGE modern parlor, rcas. 1616 8. 10th.
SOUTH room with board; family of three.
3S02 N. 24th St. Phono Webster 991.
Furnished IIouaekeepliiK Rooms.
COOL, well furn. room. 2423 Dodge St.
619 S. 26TH ST.. 2-r.. mod., furnished.
FURNISHED rooms for light housekeep
ing; .modem. 616 3. 29th St.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished apartment for
housekeeping, 3 rooms, shade and lawn;
strictly' modern, with laundry privileges.
209 R 26th St.
DAVENPORT, 20182 or 3 front house
keeping apartments, reasonable.
FURNISHED houso for rent; Dundee.
I'none narney 44K7,
EIGHT-room furnished houso and gar-
month during July and August. Phone
ELEGANTLY furnished 7-room home,
from June 21 to April 21; on car line;
adults. 340 per month. Call Harney 21V,
6-HOOM modern houso; furnished. H25
rmKiiey ot. xei. wen. 7Wl.
COOL, well furn. room. 2423 Dodge St.
NICE front room, private family. 2S00
CHICAGO, 2013 Furnished basement
room, uneap. u. oH.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, on first
floor; Hnnscom park district; single or
together. Phone Harney 37.
205 S. 25TH ST. Nicely furnished rooms,
warning msiance. u. .na.
LAROE front room, alcove. 1010 8. 1.9th.
FOR RENT Furnished room; sultablo
for ono or two ladles: In private home:
rent reasonable. 2610 N. 15St. Web. 1565.
NEW neatly furnished rooms. 117 N. 20th,
COTTAGE. Y. M. C. A. park. Doug. 4512.
DOWN-TOWN district, well furnished
cool rooms. 624 S. ICth St. Apt. 12.
2013 CHICAGO, nlccy furnished, largs
cooi room, uougias tai.
Hotel una Aimrtments.
DODGE HOTEL Modern. P.sasonable,
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 16th and California
Weekly -rates 33 and up. Douglas 7081
6 ROOMS; 118; yard, shade. Web. 6178.
llouiri and cuiukm.
5007 Military Ave., new, modern, 6-roora
house: rent free from now till June L
Call Benson 150-W.
M AGGARD as "co"dracks"
ti ships household goods It pianos. D. 1496.
h I JJK, L, I I Y Co. Goods stored.
srlpped. 16th and Jackpoi Sts. Doug. 1516.
WE rent your houses free of charge.
316-3M Raxton Bldg.
6-ROOMS, all modern, nearly new, cheap
to qesirapie tenant, iiarney bun.
MODERN houee. 3615 N. 40th. Tel. W.1615.
Four bedrooms, bath and linen closet
on seoond floor
Vestibule, reception hall, llvlnr room,
dining room, kitchen, p-.ntry and ice
room on, first floor Fr.ll cement base
ment with toilet, furnace heal, gas and
electric lights; nearly new and first class
In every way, at 1611 S. 23th St, one block
from Hanscom Park, near Park school,
tna block from car line. TL Harney 1109.
FREE RENTAL LIST.
Completo "for rest" list of houses,
apartments and flats on fllo at our office;
no charge whatever. Union Outfitting
Co., 16th and Jackson Sts.
WE rent your houses free of charge.
NO COMMISSION REALTY CO,
316-330 Paxton Bldg,
t4l.t0-Bricit, ISO S. 26th 8t, just north of
Farnam. Owner, 20. P.amge Bldg.
Phone Doualas TtZ
SIX and 7 rooms, all modem. II. 2049.
2926 Indiana Ave., 8 rooms, all modern
BYRON RUED CO,
Douglas 297. 12 8. 17th 'St
517 N. 18TH ST. 6 rooms Harney 60G4.
Omaha real estate is tin best investment
you could make. Read The Hues teal
OFFERED FOR RENT
IlnuRFs ttnil Cot (linen.
St.. HIS Wirt st . hieal cottage, MS.
6-r., 241 Maple, close to car. snap. 3S0.
6-r.. 154 Wirt, Kountie Tlaec. J30.
6-r., IK N. th, exceptionally good.
6-r., ITS? Capitol Ave,, good locution. cIojo
C-r, 648 S. 2-Uh, closo in, water paid,
6- r., JSS2 Maple, H bloek to car, snap for
7-r.. 1407 Enynett St, practically new,
7- r., 3008 Chicago, close In, good location,
5- r.. 3d and Burt. Bemls park, 328.
8- r., 3211 N. ISth, oak finish, sleeping
9- r, 2201 California, close In, walking
12-r 2913 Mason, close to park ilne,
sultabla for two families, M0.
HOUSES MODERN EX. FUR.
6- r., 31u5 S. 13th, water paid. 316.
6-r.. 2437 S. 16th, $21.00.
6- r, 623 S. 20th, Close In, 325.
7- r, 716 S 2Sth, H block to Leavenworth
car line, good repair, 322.
7-r, 2fWl Webster Ave, 314.
7-r, 2.XB N. ISth, bnrn, 326.
S-r, 1510 Madison Ave, '320.
S-r, 1WS Rlnney St.. $15.
HOUSES PART MODERN.
Two, 4-r, 161S N. 3ith, gaa and water,
water paid, $10.
5-r, 709 S. 34th, gas nnd water, 313.
4- r, 2717 Howard St, new, A-No. 1, $26.
5- r, 3217 N. 21th, good location, $27.50.
6- r, 1KH5 Emmet St, Kountzo Place,
largo yatd, sleetilng porch, $30.
6-r, 1022 N. 40th, new, onk finish, $23.
6-r., 662 S. 26th Ave., close In, 335.
6- r, 2579 Harney, walking distance, close
7- r, 629 S. 19th. oak finish, nicely decor
ated, close In, 345.
8- r, 1404 S. Sth. near Brownell Hall, $40.
$-r., 2656 St. Mary's Ave, closo In.
walking dlst, nicely decorated. $42.50.
FLATS M O D E R N EX. FUR.
Now, 4-r., 2023 N. 2?th, Just completed,
brick, nicely decornted, water paid, 317.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1611 Harney St
8-room, new, modern. 2512 S. S3d St, 335.
8- room, new, modern, 3303 Arbor St, $35.
9- room, modern, 212C S. 31th St, $40.
11-room brick, modern, 42S N. 40th, 358.
And many other houses In all parts of
NO COMMISSION REALTY CO,
316-330 Paxton Blk, Omaha. Douglns 1940.
6-ROOM modern. 815 N. 27th Ave. 7-room
modern. 2723 Cuming.
J G. REED Exp- Co t pluno & furnl"
We have a complete list of all houses,
apartments nnd flats that are for rent
This list can bo seen freo of charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Co, 800 S. 16th St
12-ROOM modern house with barn; hot
water heat. 2618 Harney St inqulro T.
Hnimpq ln n11 PTTts of the city.
$27.50 for modern square, 1 block west of
No. 21th St. line.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO,
1016 Omaha Nat'!. Douglas 2715.
7-ROOM house, facing Hanscom park,
modern. $37.50. Phone Harney 1565.
2512 Chicago, 8r mod. Douglas 8145.
NEW 6-room brick flat, modern. 3319
Sherman Ave.; rent 332.50. Call W. 2174.
FOR RENT 4 rooms and bath on 2d
floor; private entrance; reasonable rent,
i-urncr iQLn nna unio, .Apply iieiu IS. 15tn.
5 ROOMS, modern, paved street, H block
tu tar, tj. uta is. zam Ave.
SEVEN rooms, modern. 4006 Charles. 326.
BRICK house. 2614 Dewev Av.. 7 rnnm.
modern. Moyor Stationery Co, 1616
X'f, II1UII1 ill,
2208 Miami St, 7-r, mod. house, ba.-n,
2231 Ohio St, 7-r, mod. house, garage,
Both houses In good repair and well lo
cated. I. N. 1IAMOND,
Tel D. 664. 332 Board of Trado.
6-R. modern square, 1 block west of
iNorin in ii line.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO,
1016 Omaha Nat'h Douglas 2715.
PAKM A- RANCH l,AMIS port SAI.I
160-A RICH creek Improved farm; 00 cul
tivation; bal. timbered; $20 a. Sessions
Co, Wlnthrop, Ark.
FOR SALE Very choice ICO-acre farm ln
high state of cultivation. Well Im
proved. Finest location on main traveled
road. An Ideal home. Price $200 per acre
Owner will take as part payment good
modern residence ln Omaha or Council
Bluffs. Address. P. O. Tlnv ktt ni..
220-ACRE Improved stock farm; fine
water; all fenced; 5 miles north of
Council Bluffs postofflce. Price. 360 per
acre; on easy terms. Day & Hess Co,
123 Pearl St Tel. 3344.
FARMS for sale; $5 down, $5 monthly.
town. Texas county, Mo.; price, $200; per-
"m mm. j. a. jarreu, ait, vernon, ,111.
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nf'Vntfl. IWrlfA 11R fn lla nf .n.n.kl.
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firms. State what county you aro In-
MINNESOTA FARM LANDS A8S0CI-
ATinsj tln-.T. ,..J
717 Palace Building. Minneapolis. Minn.
THE OFFICIAL LAND MEN'S OROANI-
WANTED Farmer agent ln every lo-
rjllltv In lirlntr it- hnu... n .
.J -v 0 M0 U L. . 4Wi 4Ulo
located in Minnesota's corn belt, ranging
in price irom lo 375 per acre.
Schwab Bros, 1028 Plymouth Bldg, Mln
TODD County of creameries, corn and
nlnver. Vnr intnrmntinn w.U- rt..i,.
& Van Dyke. Long Prairie. Mlnii.
We aro offering our selected clay loam
Rusk county cutover hardwood lands,
n V nl r.A trart (n - r, 1 1 I r
dairy, clover, corn and alfalfa section.
Write for free Illustrated booklet and
map giving full particulars. Arpln Hard-
www j,uiiiucr tu, rto. o 2'ost uixice
Block. Grand Rapids. Wisconsin.
FOUND 320-acre homestead ln settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost you $200, filing fees and all. J.
A. Tracy. Kimball, Neb.
FOR SALE One of tho best 100-acro
farms In the Platte Valley, near Shcl
ton; $4,000 worth of Improvements; worth
$135 per acre; offered short time at $100
per acre; easy payments. A. D. Dickin
son. Shelton, Neb.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade,
' medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wof
bach. Neb. o
EIGHTY acres, $20 an acre, $20 down nnd
. $20 a month no Interest Fine farm
land. J. A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
STOCK clothing, gents furnishing goods.
etc. About $30,000. Located In splendid
town In southeastern Nebraska. Never
traded. EVERYDAY WORKING STOCK.
Want extra good farm southeastern Ne
braska or northeastern Kansas, Address.
J 212. Bee.
IMPROVED farms and ranches In Idwa
and Nebraska. Write me If you want
to buy or exchange. John A. Olson, Balrd
Pianos for other musical Instru'ts. D. 2017.
PIANOS for cement work; painting, paper
Mousum. tui mu uuaion more, u. son.
WANTED Grain and coal business, in
exchange for a well Improved 3W-acre
farm. Norman Co, Minn, Fremont a
Gibson. Charles City, la.
Have you a vacant lot or an equity in
a 6 or 6-room cottage In Omaha to trade
for a Baker Rlertrlc (Victoria style), In
first-class condition? Phone Webster 621.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTEIi by responsible party, some
one to build family hotel, close to weot
Farnam Une preferred. Will make ten
year lease. Address IC 211, care Bee,
I'ltOPHRTY FOU 8A1.K.
What's the use of
paying a landlord
for the privilege of " .
living in his house or
When you might just as well be
making your rent money buy
you a home of your own?
Buy a lot in WEARNE PARK
and we'll build you a home that you
can pay for in monthly payments.
and we'll call for you with a car and
take you out to see the lots.
Bankers Realty Investment
REAL ESTATE WANTED
REGISTER liVKHY KIND OK PROP-
ERTY OR BUSINESS FOR QUICK
SALE OR EXCHANGE.
If you want to buy a property or busi
ness come to us. Or If you want to sell
a property or business como to us, b
eause nobody pays a commission.
Come ln and get our plan of displaying
and advertising every kind of property
and buslnoss. It means quick service.
Call or write today for our plan.
NO COMMISSION REALTY COMPANY,
316-330 Paxton Bldg,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg, ISth and Farnam.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co, 1320 Farnam,
fir, CITY LOANS, Bomls-Carlberg Co,
u 310-312. Brandels Theater Bldg.
HARRISON A MORTON. 916 Om. Nnt.
WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co,
GARVIN BROS 0l- ftnd up-
5 farm loans. Optional payments & an"-
uum inu iii. wcwormicKi isui f arnam.
CITY and farm loans. 5, 5H, 0 per cent
J. H. Dumont & Co, 1C03 Farnam, Omaha.
SEE us first if you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co, Omaha, Neb.
MONEY on hand for city nnd farm loans.
H. W. Hinder, City Nat. Bk. nidg.
CITY property. Largo loans a specialty.
W. It. Thomas. 228 State Rank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO,
1016 Omaha Nat, Douglas 2716.
CITY rnOPURTY FOR SALE.
Get Out of That
Get Into a Home
of Your Own
HERE ARE THREE NEW HOUSES
THAT CAN BE BOUGHT ON
New 6-Room House
on Paved St. and
Car Line, Close In
FIRST FLOOR Reception hall, stairway,
living room, dining and largo
den finished in oak, with oak
beam ceilings in reception hall,
living room and dining room.
Beautiful eleatrlc fixtures and
walls tinted. Large kitchen,
pantry nnd back entry finished
In hard pine.
SECOND FLOOR Two nice largo bed
rooms and . beautiful bathroom;
largo space can be used for sew
ing room; large closets and stor
BASEMENT Full cement basement with
sink and largo fruit closet and
coal room. High class furnace,
Stairway from kitchen and a
FIFTY FOOT LOT-Front lot Is sodded
and cement walks are all In.
THIS IB A BARGAIN AND CAN I!B
BOUGHT ON EASY PAY
MENTS. New 5-Room House
1 Block from Car
FIRST FLOOR-neceiptlon hall, stair
way, living room and dining
room finished In oak. Kitchen
pantry and back entry finished
In hard pine.
SECOND FLOOR-Two bed rooms with
plenty of closet room. Beauti
ful bath room, linen closet and
clothes chuto to basement.
BASEMENT Full cement basement with
stairs from kitchen; also grade
door entrance; high grade fur
nace. TERMS 333.60 DOWN AND $33.60 PER
House on Omaha's
FIRST FLOOR Large living room (23x
HH with beautiful fireplace nnd
coat closet and window scat.
Living room, dining room and
stalra aro finished In oak. Nice
large kitchen, pantry and back
entry finished In hard pine.
Beautiful electrlo fixtures, and
walls beautifully tinted. French
doors open from dining room
onto front porch.
SECOND FLOOR-Three nice large bed
rooms, beautifully tinted walls,
finished ln hard pine; also a
large and completely equipped
BASEMENT Can le entered from either
kitchen or grade door entrance,
and haa cent floor and high
grade furnace and a sink.
LARGE LOT-47 feet by 166 feet
THIS HOUSE IS REASONABLY PRICED
AND CAN BB BOUGHT ON
For further in formation call DOUGLAS
2924 In day time.
Call Douglas 7M3, between 7 and 8 o'clock
Will arrange to take you out by auto
mobile to see theao houses.
Just one block from the street car on
the North Side. A nice, comfortable little
home, with screened-In porch, large
south front lot, and mlghtly cheap.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
Phone Douglas 17&1. Ware Block,
CITY PRO I'HUTY KOIl SAI.lt.
Strictly modern, with bath, electric
light and gas; full size basement; hot air
furnace; cement walks, 100-barrol cistern;
chicken house, some fruit; 1H blocks
north of Miller Park; school on 2Sth Ht.
Price, $2,400; $100 cash; balance easy terms.
PHONE WEBSTER 3MS.
NEAR BEMJS PARK
Dandy, almost new E-room bungalow,
oak finish, entirely modern, east front
lot, owner built this for a homo, but now
needs a larger house. Price only $2,S00.
C. Q. CARLBERG,
310-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
your property or bualnens. go whoto
Iftt Kind nf htla(ria ! ilnn j.-
ELSE goes to the NO COMMISSION
R K ALT COMPANY nKP ATT K I.
body pays n commission.
NO9,!&!,S8lON REALTY COMPANY,
316-330 Paxton Bldg, Omaha. Neb.
Phone D. 1940.
Two lots, corner or Mat -nd Webster,
half block of car line, restricted district.
Only vacant lots In block. Bolanco of
block built up with homos costing not
less than $4,000. Price $2,600. Half cash.
JOHN M. MACFARLAND, Attorney.
300 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 6SM.
Cheap Lots Close
to Car and School
Wo are offering several well located lota
only a few blocks to 4Jd Avenue School
nnd Grand Ave. car lino for $175 to $ll
oach. on terms of $5 down and $5 a
month. See us about thorn.
HASTING & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney Ht.
C-r. house, good well, 63d and Grant,
S1,S0, $120 cash, bnl llko rent. BOCK
HACKER, 407 State Hank, Doug. CG7.
MUST BE SOLD
New E-room bungalow, on North 37th
St.; electrlo lights; $1,330; cash, $300.
6-room, 2700 Blondo St. Price, $1,500.
New 5-room, Benson, to trado for auto,
6-room bungalow to trade for largor
home. Phone D. 3607.
FIELD CLUB BARGAIN.
New sevon-room modern house. Fine
oak finish. Combination fixtures. Clothes
chuto, large sleeping porch, floored at-
uc. Kuaraiuecq iiirnace. llnrnoy 036,
8-ROOM house for sale or rent; choce
location! Wnst Fnrnnm rfUfrt, ... kt
39th St. Tel, Har. 2577.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. ROBBINB. 1802 FARNAM ST.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of-
nce in neprasxa. ziw urandels Theater.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co,
a modern nbstract office. 300 So. 17th
St Phone Douglaa 6487.
ACllKAOK FOR SALE.
FOR SALE One Improved acre and one
unimproved. W. E. Osborne, th and
Z Sts, South Omaha.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
De4t filed tor record Jun I. l14i
A. Bloup Jo V, lUralxk. n ot lot 1. bloek
T, Kountie'a Fourth sdd,.
11 WalUc (a A. MaJopur. M fott ot 71
ton lota and 10, block . Wllcoi's add.. 1.W0
I. B. O.rta to M. M. Mfhrtiu, w (rat ot
...'.V 'f1 !!' ,ut 1 b,ock ' Hwr'a add.. ..on
W, II. Hmilla to J, V. Hwoboda. lot il. block
S, Orchard lllll 1,700
A, M. Noland to M. II. Owker, lot . Mock
I. Clark lUdlek'a add
W. II. Uckar to V. N. Nalaon. lot I, block
I, Clark Itsdlck's add
Jl. J. Wotoott to 1. V. Wolcolt, nCO Nat
fit Inta I and 3. block I, Mycri, Klchirda
& Tlldm'a add j.09
J. Y. Marahall to W. A. Vlckr. Jr., aqb
lot I ct tax lot tl la e ot U 'aectlon
S. 11. Yerlan to A. ft. Smllli, lot i. block
I. Klitlara Laka View add to Hanaon
A. M. Mltilatr to N. nibb, lot 33, Daumann's
in rut add to Wcat Hide
M. Drrnaaa to W. Itadswlck, lot C, Catalca
N. Ljuiderrou to W. Itcdswlek, rtl feat of
tub lot 1 ot ttl lot 17. aacllon 2-lt-ll
Oiarka C. Hamilton to P. W. BIlloU. blo-k
Moraa & Punner'a add l.WS
W Oracilln to U. Dunham, r24 (act ot w77.l
(Mt of niri.S (rat. block C. ahlnn'a add
Sherttrs dtad to L. ( Kleiner, lot it,
llorbach's Tlrat udd
D II. Dunham to W. plln. lot If and el
feet ot lot 14. block '. Monmouth Park
M. II, IMaracn to J. Marouaek. lat 6, block
K. Shlnn'a add ,
0. C. lUdlck t al. to K. U Mlddtn, nM
fat lot 11 luwl all feet lot 12, blotk t,
Oak Chatham add 00
P, r. Wettantel to J, Wrttantal, lot 10,
block I, Clarendon add
M. tVobrealo to V Dutka. lot tl. block 19,
Drawn Park add to Houth Omaha 100
ghull Land Co, to K. Foreman, nlO (et lot
M and aSO fct lot 2a, block II, Shull'a
South Omaha Land Co. to Itnac Dyba, lot
I. block 33, South Omaha 300
J. M. Welch to L. II. Tajlor. loU KJ, m
and 00. Kanwood add
C. W. Martin to F. Ituaaell, lot 27, block
1. Delia Isle MO
Polo Game Postponed
Until Next Saturday
HEMPSTEAD, N. Y, June 8,-The first
game of the International polo series was
postponed today until next Saturday at i
p, m. The postponement was duo largely
to the Injury received yesterday by Cap
tain Leslie Cheape of the English team.
The game was to have been played to
morrow. David City Trims Ulysses.
DAVID CITY, Neb.. June &-(8peclal.)-Davld
City won a fast and Interesting
game from Ulyenes Sunday by a score of
6 to 0. Pesohek held the visitors to threo
hits and struck out twelve. Score:
David City.,.S 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 -6 7 4
"Ulysses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 S
Batteries; David City. Peschek and Tal
hot; Ulysses, Bishop, Bradley and Pickering,
NEW YORK ST0GK MARKET
Tone Good but Buyers of Commodi
ties Offered Not Numerous.
OPERATORS ALL INDIFFERENT
Crop Report Is Not "Sufficient to
Mart Stock to Morlnir llur
Inir the Session ot
NEW YORK, Juno d-Favorlng news
from several sources today elicited only
a small response from tho stock market.
After th ilrsl halt hour the tune was
good, but operators were Indifferent to
outside Influence and the market plodded
along at a slow rate.
In a few cases there worn few move
ments cf some proportions, but tho aver
age change was trivial.
Tho greatest activity came In the first
hour, indications of a iolhle rupturo
of mediation proceedings with Mexico
caused trndi-rs to put out stocks at tho
Tho supreme court's decision In the
Shreveport rate ense, which has long been
awaited as a matter of first Importance,
failed to produce a ripple In the market
The. court's ruling that congress hns power
to regulate Interstate, railroad rate,
whero such action Is necessnry to pre
serve Interstate relntlons nnd that It Is
essential for the roads to havo one master
Instead of as tunny masters as there arc
states, was all that had been hoped for
In tho financial district.
The cron ren.irt. nlsn favorable, but
llkewlso failed to stir tho market. ln
fact prices slipped off a trifle In tho last
Tho copper producers' report, showing
an Increase of 14,000,000 pounds In supplies,
about met tixpectatlons and nas without
Engagements of 15,000,000 morn gold for
export also had no effect, owing to tho
large supplies nf Idle funds on hand hero
nnd tho strong bank statement ot Satur
day. Bonds were steady. Total sales, par
vatuo. 2,03ti,(RU. United States bonds
were unchnnged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
On stocks wero:
fialea. Illah. Liw Clone.
Amalaamated Oncer ... 7,10) 71H 71S life
American Aartcultural M
American lleel Sur.... 4. W0 1V STH JSU
American Can 4,0X1 tut JtH lt,
American (Tan ffd 70 tl. JH tin
American C V 500 (I'm tt' lit,
American Cotton (HI 4tVl
Am. Ice Serurltlea t.00 11 Jlti 11H
American Llneeed v
American I,oeomotlT llu
American R, A It 1,701) 414 !4 IV
American H. , IL ttd.. 10) 101 M 101 K 101 H
Amrr. Husar rtetlnliw... l.MJ 1WW 10m 1M4
American T T ltJH
American Tobacco , Ill
Anaconda Mining Co 700 31 31V 11M
AtcMann tfXl HU (4
Atchlaon rvfd 100 100 W 100H
Atlintle Const Line TOO ltt '1'4 111
naltlmor A Ohio 1,700 1H I1H SI
rtethlehem Steel 1,000 41H 41V I1U
lirooklm Iliold Tr 4.100 M MV n
Cana1lan Pacltlo l.POrt mi 1MU IK
Central leather l.diW IS I4K 1V
Cheaieak ft Ohio 1,000 7t ttU U
Chloaeo 0. W UK
OilMao. M. A Pt. P.... 3,700 10 IS IfOVk 1O0U
Clilcaao A N. W ItOU
Colorado Fuel a Iron. Xl
Contnlldated 0a too 110 ISO 11JH
Corn Pmducta ,
Pelaware A lludmn til
Denver A Ittn Grande ill
Pinter A It. O, pfd , 30
nlatlllera' tVcurltlra 144
Rrl S.3O0 H i H
Rrte let rM V0 44H 4(U 41U
Rrle M n(d II H
(leneral Electrlo ..... 147H
meat Northern vtd 1.400 m iltVi 13m
Oreat Northern Ore ctti. too lit tl UN
llllnola Central 113
Interlttrouih Met 700 1U UU
Inter. Met. ptd 3,800 MVl 14 Vl
Internittlonal llarreater., 100 107S 1MH 107
Inttr-Martne ptd , , U
International racer , IK
International Pump ,,,. fi
Kanaaa Cltr Bouthrm.... tOO Vt ! I7U
iJirlede Oas St
Ihlh Vallrr 4,000 1I4M 13 1JU
!ullll A rniehTtlle l!7Vi
M fit. r. A 8, file.. M 131
Mieenurt. K. A T too 17 17 IIS
Mli-courl Pacific 3,100 It 1S ItSi
National llUcult Ill
National U-o.1 , 47H
n. it. n. or m. :d ptd 11 (i
New York Ontral 1.M0 1H 2S !
N. V., O. A W SB
Norfolk A Western...... 300 104U 104 S 10IU
North Amerlean ..... 74U
Northern Pactflo 1,100 111M U1U 1UU
I'aolflc Mall 700 34U 33 Ui
Pennn.lv. nln 3,100 1I1H 1UW IlHi
renple'a (las ,, Ill
1' , C, P. A St. L 10
Plttaburah Ooal ..... 30
I'ruwed Hteel Car , , OH
Pullman Talace Car lit
ftrndln. 10.6(10 M A3ti w
ltepublle Iron A Steel.. 1,100 EU(, S.Ui, M
tlepublle I. A H, pfd..., 30O 87 H 7K I7
Itoek Inland Co , Va
Itock laland Oa. nfd 300 4V. 4 4U
Ht U A ft. r. 3d pfd t
Keattnard Air Ilne 18U
Rraboard A, L. ptd I4U
Blcm-Khcfneld 8. & I , ..... il
Southern 1'iclMo 7,300 31U tlU,
Southern JUllwar l.JM 33 14H UK
Bo, Itallwar pfd mi
Tenneaaee Cower 703 IU 3IH ti
Texaa A Pacific llti
Union Paclrio 15.KM 15414 HtH 1!US
I'nlnn PaclMe pfd 300 S4U II 14
United Ktate nealtr 60
United Slates Hubber.... 300 CIS UK tm
United Btatea Steel 30,700 (IIS tl IH
tT, 8. Steel pfd 4fO 109
Utah (Vrper l.'OO MM, Ui My
Va,. Carolina Chemical .. 300 10 JOS SOU
Wuriaah pfd 3it
Weatern Maryland u
Weatern Union 700 (3 1 (iti
TVeatlnahouee Klectrls .. 3,300 77 7U 74 ti
Wheellnc A Ike Erin 4
Chlno Copper 1,300 m 40 S 4I4
NVw Haven 3,t) 7S, U es
ItT Con. Ooper 800 1IU 31 JIM,
Total rales for the day. lM.KiO aharaa.
New York Money AInrUet,
NEW YOIUC, June 8,-STEnUNO EX
CHANOOSteady; 600 days, ...S6V; de
8IL.VI3Il-Bar, Mc; Mexican dollars,
llONDS Government, steady; railroad,
CALL, MONEY-Steady, W2 per cent',
ruling rate, 1 per cent; closing; bid, l)H(
2 per cent
TIME LOANS-Weaker; 60 days. 22(4
per cent; W days, J142V4 Per cent; r-lx
months, 3 per cent.
( MERCANTILE PAPKn-Wtm per cent.
lit. I,nnl (lenernl niarkel
ST. IjOUIB. Mo., June 8. WHEAT
No. : red, SSHOWc; No. 2 hard. JiWigOSc;
July 83ilrac; Sept., S34c.
COrtN-No. 2. 72Hc; No. 2 white, 76
7Cc; July 724c; Sept.. 70to;
OAT8-N0. 2, 40l4tp41c; No. 3 white,
OMAHA, June 8. Hank clearings for
Omaha today were (2,914,187.99 and for
the corresponding day last year 13,133,-
New Catcher and
Farms Out Wallace
Pa Itotirke has added another catcher
to his staff. The new man Is Krueger,
last year with Toledo In tho American
association. Pa secured him from the
Cleveland club. Krueger is an experienced
catcher, having- played base ball for tho
last half a dozen years. He was with tho
Lincoln club ln this league several years
ago and was ono of the best In the clrcut
at that time. He should be Just the man
to finish out the receiving department,
as he Is an old heal, while Crosby nnd
Hhestak are both youngsters.
Eddie Wallace, the University of Illi
nois recruit who camo to Omaha late last
year, has been sent to Grand Island.
Bourke decided that Eddie needed another
year In the sticks, so ho sent him down
to Clink Claire, who Is as good as there Is
In polishing up young ball players.
Cas Co 11 nly League Scores,
AVOCA. Neb., June. 8. (Special.) The
Cass county league, which has been or
ganised for the last six weeks, Is becom
ing very Interesting and the games are
loked forward to with more Interest tach
wsek. Following la the result of Sunday's
games: Manley S Eagle 2; Nehawka 6,
Cedar Creek 4; Avoca, and Louisville,
2. Score of the Avoca-Louisville game:
tLoulsvflle ...0 0101000 02 4 t
Avoca 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 4
Batteries: Conner and Carle; Qruber
BROOKLYN DROPS AT FINISH
Chicago a Run Behind at Start of
Ninth, but Fulls Out Ahead.
SCHUITE SCORES SAIER ON SIN0L
ZImntrrninit Slnn-lcs nnd From tho
Third Ilnse Knslly Htenls
Home, Winning; tho
IUIOOKLYN. June 8,-Chlcago entered
the ninth Inning a run behind today, but
won from Brooklyn, 3 to 2. Ilucker was
tho victim. After Baler had reached first
on a fielders' choice and Zimmerman
had singled, Corrlden, who batted ln place
of Schulte, scored Salcr on a single to
center. Smith's throw to tho plate to
catch Zimmerman on Sweeney's Infield
blow was too late, Zimmerman scoring
tho winning run. Score:
, . A?-y-'2-A,E; AD.H.OAE.
Leach, cf . . I 0 0 lpalton. tf .. i I 3 0 3
tlood, rt... .3 1 4 0 Otuutxrt, lb.. 1 1 10 0 0
Baler, lb.... J 0 10 0 0(,m,tn, Jb.., 41140
?.tmrmn, lb 4 3 1 1 uwheit, if.,.. 4 1 0 0
Schulte If .. 3 0 1 0 Ofutuhew, ib. 4 0 3 0
Corrlden, aa. 1 10 0 (liMt rf.. 4 0 1 0 0
Heeener. Ib. 4 0 1 3 IrvMara. aa.. 3 0 3 3 0
Keating, aa . 3 1 1 1 OMIIIer, e. ... 3 0 ( 0 0
Wllllama, If. 1 0 0 0 01 tucker, p... 3 0 1 3 0
llrtenahun, e 1 1 3 3 ojttulbach, p. 0 0 0 0 0
Herv. p.. .30000
I'lifU-l 1 0 0 0 0 Totala 31 i SI 11 J
llumphren, pi ft 0 0 0
Totale 34 37 2
Hatted for Pierce In eighth.
Chlcaso 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 21
Ilrooklyn 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
Lett on bases: Chicago, 6; Brooklyn, 4.
Two-bnse hits: Ilrcsnahan. Dalton,
Smith, Three-bnse hit: Keating. Sacri
fice hit: Daubert. Itase on errors:
Ilrooklyn, 1. Stolen bases: Sweeney,
Williams. Bnse on halls: Off Pierce. 1;
off Hneker, l; off lleulbsch, 1. Passed
tall: Miller lilts! Off Pierce 5 ln seven
It nlng; off TWcker, S In eighty and one
third tnnln?s; off Humphries, none In
two Innlngr; off Iteulbnch, none ln two
thirds of on Inning. Struck out, By
Pierce, 2: by Ilucker, 4; by Humphries, 1,
Time: LIS, Umpires) Qulglcy nnd
Plttslitirnli Pnlls Out nf n Hole-
PHILAnnLPHIA. June 8,-A batting
tally by Pittsburgh In tho eighth Inning
caused the defeat of Philadelphia today.
tho scorn being 7 to S. In that Inning both
ot the visitors pinch hitters made gooa.
Hyatt's single, sent In one run and Jim
Kelly's double driving In two more. Tho
All it O A E. AD H.O.A.E.
Joe Krllr. cfS 3 4 1 Onrrne. 3b..,, 3 0 13 0
rarer, it,,.. I 1 3 0 Olleed. IK. . 3 0 0 0 0
Mowrer, 3b.. I 0 0 1 auecaer, a I o
Wanner, ta.,4 I 3 iIxWrt. Ib... I I t 3 0
Knnetchr, lb& 1 II 0 OMeee. aa.... 4 13 10
VI01. Ib..... 4 110 OCrarath. rt.. 3 0 10 0
Mitchell, rt.. 3 3 3 0 OLuderua. IK. 4 3 10 0
Olhaon, c... 2 0 0 J OPartert. cf.. 4 14 0 1
Coleman, c. 0 0 1 0 OKIIIlter. c... 40110
Harmon, r -. 3 1 0 3 OAlnander, p4 I ft I 1
McQuillan. pOOOOO '
lljntt 1 I 0 0 0 Totals 31 11 27 10 1
Jim Kellr.. 110 0 0
Mcneor 0 0 0 0 0
Total 37 13 it il"l . .
Hattod for Olbson ln eighth.
llattrd for Harmon in eighth.
nan for Hyatt In eighth.
Pittsburgh 0 OOOJOIbO-7
Philadelphia 0 021001 1 0-
Two-base hits: Joe Kelly. 3; Jim Kelly.
ItninA rlina' l.llrlAmiN. 9 lilts! Off Trtar
moti, 0 In seven Innings; off McQuillan, 1
in two innings, nacritico nits: uioson,
Hoed. Sacrifice fly: Lobert. Stolen
liases: Wagner, Becker. Double play:
Lobert, Byrne and Ludcrus. Left on
V, ........ . t)l.l,.nt, r tll.lln.4AlnhtM It
Baso on balls: Of Harmon, 1; off Alex
ander. 3. Basn on errors: Pittsburgh, l;
rniiaaeipnia, l. ntruck out: iiy aic
Qtilllau, 1; by Alcxan.or, S. Time, 1:45.
Umpires: Orth and Byron.
Unuie Run fur Ntelioff.
BOSTON, Juno 8. Nlehoff's homo run
and slnsleH by Berxhammer and Clark
In the ninth enabled Cincinnati to win a
pitchers' battle from Boston, 3 to 2, today.
All. II. O. A. 15. AU.1I.O.A.U.
Moron, rt..,, 4 0 0 0 ORrers. 2b,... 3 13 6 0
lltrioc, aa... 3 1 4 PMaranvll', III I1 1 I II
(Iron, Hx..., 4 0 3 1 OMurrar, If.,. 4 0 3 0 1
Nlehoff. 3b.. 4 3 0 3 oallbcrt, rf,., 3 0 0 0 0
Hobllttol, lb 4 0 II 0 ('Schmidt, lb., 3 1 14 0 0
Miller, If.... t 0 10 (Klowdr i 0 4 3 0
Uhler, If..,. 0 0 10 ODeal, 3b 3 110 1
Haifa, cf.... 1 0 10 OMann, ef..., 4 110 0
Clark. c,.,.,S 3 3 0 OJemea, p 3 0 0 3 0
Denton, p,.. 3 0 0 S U'Duier 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 30 4 37 15 3
Total 31 6 37 17 0
Hutted for Miller In ninth.
Itan for Deal In ninth.
Cincinnati 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 23
Boston 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 02
Stolen bnseM: Herzog, Bates. SAcrl
flco hits: Bentnn, Schmidt. Three-base
hit: Deal. Home run: N I eh off. Double
plays: James, Gowdy and Schmidt;
MiirunvlUe, livers and Schmidt. Struck
out; By James, 3; by Benton, 3. Bases
on balls. Off James, 4; off Benton, 3.
Hit by pitcher: By Benton (James). Left
on buses: Cincinnati, U; Boston, 4. Time:
1:33. Umpires: Klcm and Hart,
Trarrsu Holds Ht. I.ouU to Three,
NEW YOltK, Juno 7,-New York won
an easy victory over St, Louis today. 4
to 1. Tcsreau pitched a strong game for
tho champions and held St Louis to three
nits, two of them coming ln the seventh
Inning, when the visitors scored their
only run on Miller's single and Wilson's
double. Tho score:
ST. LOUIS. NEW TOOK.
All. II. O. A. U. AII.H.O.A.B.
Hunlna. 3b.. 3 0 2 3 1 Heather, cf., I 0 4 f 0
ilim, cf,... 4 13 0 ODurna. It t 13 0 0
Dolan. If.,.. 4 0 3 0 Ollrent, ee.,,, 3 0 110
1. Miller, lb 3 1 10 2 ODojIt, 2b... , 4 1110
Wllaon. rt... 4 110 OMerale, lb... 4 3(10
Duller, aa.,. I 0 3 1 OBnodiraaa. rf 1 0 I 0 0
Wlnio. ,e.... 3 0 2 4 tXStock. 3b..,. 3 1110
Deck, 3 3 0 3 0 OMerera. .,., 1110 0
a Miller.. i 1 0 0 0 OMcLeu. ... 114 0 0
Whltted. lb., 0 0 0 1 OTeireau, p.., 3 110 0
lcl. p 10030
Hateman, p.. 1 0 0 3 0 Totali II I 37 0
Orulia I 0 0 0 0
Orlner, p.... 0 0 0 0 0
Totala.....3o"3 34 U 1
Batted for Beck in eighth.
Batted for Hageman In eighth.
St. Louis 0 0000010 0-1
Now York 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0
Base on errors: New York, 1. Two
base hits: Meyers, Tesroau, Wilson.
Sacrifice hits. Grant, Snort grass. Tesreau,
Stolen bases: Bescher, Uurns, Mngee,
Stock, J, Miller, 2. Left on bases: New
York, 4: St Louis, 6. Double plays: J.
Miller. Butter, Wlngo and Butler. Base
on balls: Off Tesreau, 2; off Steel. X
Struck out: By Tesreau, 5; by Bteel. 1;
by Hageman, 1. Hits: Off Steel, B ln
four Innings; off Hageman, 3 in three
Innlngi; off Grlner, none In one Inning.
Umpires: Eason and Rlgler. Time: 1:42.
Reynolds of Omaha
Makes Next Lowest
Score at Kansas Oity
KANSAS CITY, June 8.-Harry O. Legs
of tho Mlnlkahda club, Minneapolis, four
times the winner of tho tournament, led
the field at the Transmlsslsslppl Golf
tournament on the links of the Evanston
Golf club here this morning with a medal
score of 77 for the elghtoen holes, the
low score ln the opening qualifying
rounds. Bogey for the course is 82.
S, W. Reynolds of the Omaha Field Club
and H. C. Campbell ot the Kansas City
Country club, next to Legg had the low
scoro each, palylng the eighteen holes in
Other scores were: C. O. Anderson,
Oread Golf club, Lawrence, Kan., TJ;
Karl W. Bock, Omaha Field club, 88;
Ben Gulnan. Omaha Field club, II; Al
bert Cahn, Field and Country club, Omaha,
87; W. J. Foye, Field and Country club,
Omaha, 87; F. L. Woodward, Country
club, Denver. 87; Fred Hamilton, Field
and Country club, Omaha, SI; M, L. Lem
1st. Country club, Denver, 82; F. P. Carr,
Hyperlan Field and Motor club, Pes
Dolnes, 98; John Collls, Country club,
Denver, 35; J. Bellls, Country club, Den
ver, 86; W. II. Amnions, Hyperion Field
and Motor club, Des Moines, 89; John
Deere C. Cady, Arsenal Gold club. Rack
Island, 111., 81.
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