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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY. MAKCII 1, 1915.
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PLKASANTLY furnished room in pri
vate home. H, 4131. "
NICK room In llnteli Apta. Harney 2953,
MADISON 21st and Chicago; steam heat;
S10 mo. and up; cafe In connection. D. W9J,
OODEN HOTEL, council Bluffs, etea-n
heated roomi, ji per week, Phone bl,.
I.a Verna, U12 Cap., front rnia. Stem, ht
LARUE front room In private family fur
2 gentlemen, with breakfast; on car lino
in Dundee. Addrms, K 470 care Omaha Bee.
TUB COLLINS One double and ringle
room, steam-heated, nicely furnished,
gcod location. -W Harney.
DOIkjE, 3fWT Steam heated room, with
board; sultabln for two.
ROOM with breakfast for lady; S15 mo.;
on car line. Hanscom park district;
modern. Phone Webster 80tL
Hotels and Apartments.
CALlKi utMA Hocel. IBth Bii'l allVirnls,
Weekly rates $2 and up. Douglas 70M-
DODGl'. mTKI- Mmlern tteasonabla.
(SLEEPING and housekeeping rooms, fur
nace heat. 726 8. 18th. Tyier 1U-1-W.
L.ljht Hoasekeejilnsr Huoms.
OGDEN ANNEX, Council llluffs. ooml
with kitchenette, oteam heat. Phone 4
Furnished Ilousekeeplnar Itooms.
Fur, housekeeping rms., 22-".' Farnani St.
lloaaee and t'ottnr.
HOUSES FOK KENT
Hundreds of Them in All Parts
of the City.
You will save yourself much Inconveni
ence and a great many steps by taking
advantage of our BIG FREK RENTAL
DEPARTMENT. We have listed hun
dreds of cottages, houses and apartments,
many of them are within walking dis
tance, while others arc nicely located
farther out. This big list is free to you
for the asking.
' Central Furniture Store.
Free Rental Department.
Kth and Howard HI.
WALKING DISTANCE. 8-room modern
house In good condition, 2644 Dodge, f2.
Vacant March 1. W. W. Mitchell, owner.
7-ROOM. all modern, 243fi Parker Et.
B-ROOM dwelling. lttO Park Ave., 1R.OO.
Modern except heat. Call J. I. Kemp,
NEW 7-room modern house, 2204 Burdette
ft. Harney 1149.'
3m MASON St., -r., all mod., $40.
10n-OR s. 22d St., -r., all mod., $.10.
3404 Military Ave., 6-r.. part mod., $lo.
177. 8. 9th St.. 5-r.. all mod.. ZX
ra.'U Fowler Ave.. 5-r., part mod.. 113.50.
817 8. 25th St. 3-r., part mod.. 19.
BIRKETT ft COMPANY?
423 Pee Bldg. 1 Doug. fiT3.
ALL, siaes. t3 per month up. 807 Paxton.
i-r.. modern. 719 9. S7th 8t. 7-r.. modern.
Ki4 Leav. St.. good 'ocatlon. Web, foM.
" 8-room mod, house. 2nl2 Chicago. D. 814R.
Gordon VanCo. SI
lit N. Ilth 6t Phone D 294 or Wab. 13M.
12-ROOM modern bouse, with barn, hot
water heat. 2618 Harney St. vacant
larch L Inquire T. J. O Brien, H. 1014.
T. 11H ,
Iift1is.ia in e.l paru of the city.
UOUSeS CreUn Bona A Co.. Bee Bldg.
Stores, moves, pack, shirs: 2-hcrse van
and 3 men. Sl.li pw nr.; storage 12 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. P. 4338 A Ty. 830.
Tf j j Bxp. rjo.. moving.
I , Kppn packing it atoragA
f-W Karnato. D. Cl4
per br., uiay. 2 men. ILZi per :
hster. Doug. 1ML
mar. 11 &S
81.23 per br. 17U
We have a complete liat of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent.
This list can be seen tree ci charge at
Omaha Van e Storage Co.. So. Itiih St.
store noil ffte-s.
T'owntown stores. L. H. Hill. KO Bran. Th.
OFFICES FOR RENT
In Continental Block, l.'.th and Douglas.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY. AGENT.
DouKlas 722. 200 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
ATTORNEY would like pHrtv to share
office suite. Addrens, F 73, Bee.
Farms a ad AvrrSRC
FOR RENT 7 acres; 8-room house, barn,
etc.. Just outside of 8o. Omaha, close to
paved street: fine for dairy. Charles Volx,
Q St., South Omaha.
WANTED TO KENT
WANTED to rent an unfurnished bouse
of 10 rooms; must be first class, with
all modern Improvements; In a district
bounded on the east by 28th St., on the
north by Dodge St. and on the south by
I'oppleton Ave. Give rent, number of
street and where key- can be had to see
house. Address J 39, Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
CRT Kaplan's prices for li hand turn.,
shoes, rlothea. before ellng. Web 7503.
Yale buys everything id hand. Tyler 141.
OKFICJC furniture bought and sold. J.
C Reed, 1207 Farnam. Doug. C14C
WF. BUY 2d-hand clothe. N. 84th.
FARM AV RAKC11 I.AKDS FOB SALS
TO SETTLERS ONLY 330-acrea for 8XXV.
rich corn, alfalfa and wheat land, c
and. J. A. Tracy. Ft Morgan. Colo.
GOOD Una. rlo to R- R. town. 29 acres,
1400. $6 monthly; 40 acres. 8700. 10
monthly; 80 acre. 81,200; no Interest, no
taxes, no forfeiture; best bargain in
South Miksouri; literature free. D. Msr
riam, EUla . Benton, Kansas City. Kan.
POOR man's chance; 13 down: 85 monthly;
. buys acres good land and limber;
rrar town; healthy location; price only
I tH Boa 427-Q. Cartriage, Mo.
ijuOO homes In south Mo. cheap and on
eaxy terms. Write me fof priccA J. C
Vi ok oop. Mountain View, Mo.
FARM A RANCH I. AMI FOR SAI.K
tARGAlN 240-acre dairy farm, near Ba
li na, Kan.; write for full description and
list of 100 Kansas farms for sale in central
Kansas. V. E. Niquette. Sallna, Kan.
FOR 8ALF-0 narcs, mllei north of
Central City, Neb. Mrs. Amy Stavely,
Lincoln Ave., Council Bhiffa.
SECTION Kimball c-o. tiivsa. 1101 Paul
Best dairy and general crop state In th
union: settlers wanted. Lands for sale at
low prices on easy terms. Ask for book
let No. 34 on Wisconsin CVntral Land
Urant. Excellent lands for stock raising.
If Interested In fruit lands ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land and
Industrial Department, boo Line Railway.
to ACRES, fairly level, to cultivated;
brick house, six rooms; frame barn;
outbuildings; 1'4 miles Harronett; price
t.1.600, 1,1 cash. Tom O. Mason, Cum
FAMOUS INFIELD SHATTERED
Loss of Collins and Baker Will
Break Up Most Famous Base
SMALL HOPE TO REPLACE STARS
HOMESTEAD Homestead, 828.000 acres,
just opened; 320-acre to each applica
tion. Particulars, write at once. F.
Lavalleur, Burns, Wyo.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and fa'in lopns. 5 5V-. per cent
J. H. Dumont & Co., 416 State Bank.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam.
Iioo to J10.000 made promptly. F. D. Weed,
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sta.
WANTED City loana Peters Trust Co.
NEW YORK. Feb. 2S. -If J. Franklin
Baker of toe Philadelphia Athletics ad- I
hcrea to his determination to drop base
ball in favor of farming, Connie Mack'a
famous 8100,000 Infield will pass Into that
portion of history reserved for the na
tional sport. Following closely upon the.
sale of Eddie Collins to the Chicago White
Sox It appears as If this remarkable com
bination of players was broken beyond
reassembling or rebuilding. Mclnnls and
Barry remain, but the probability of find
ing among the Athletic recrulta two play
ers capable of filling the places of Baker
and Collins and bringing the infield ma-
WEST POINT SPEED
WEST POINT, Neb., Feb. 2S.-(Sfpeclnl.)
The annual meeting of the West Tolnt
Speed association was held at the city
hall Friday evening and the following
board of managers was chosen: II. II
Howarth, Chris Schinatock, Herman
Koch, E. F. Krause, H. W. Baiimann,NF.
D. Scharrsr, F. D. Hunker. 3. C. Elliatt
and W. T. S. Nellgh. This board then
elected the following officers for the race
meet of 1915: W. T. 8. Nellgh. president ;
F. D. Hunker, vice president; J. C. Han
sen, secretary; Herman Koch, treasurer.
SUIT HOLDS UP FED SCHEDULE
JACK CURLEY STRANDED
ON SHIP IN A STORM
EL PASO, Tex., Feb. 2R. The elements
contrived today to deUy further definite
arrangements for tbe Johnson-Wlllard
boxing 'tout. Jack Curley, promoter Of
chino tip to its previous standard appears the bout, sent an aeronram to agents here
extremely remote. today faying that ho was stranded aboard
A quartet of players of the caliber of the Chalmette. wlch had been anchored
Mclnnls. Collins. Barry and Baker play- I In a storm. He said he did not expwt
GARVIN BROS fc0v' l"00 n1 ut-
uau mw Omaha Nat. Banit!
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co., Omaha.
310-812 Brandnia Theater B'dg.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H Thomas, on State Bank Bidg.
MONEY on nana tor city and farm loana
H. W. Binder. CUr Natl Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farmA
O'KEEFB REAL, F.STATE CO..
1010 Omaha Natl. Douglas 271J.
1100 to 810,000 made promptly.
wead Bldg., lith ana Farnam bts.
F. D. Wead.
Ing for several years In succession In tho
same positions upon the same team Is a
combination not duplicated In a base ball
generation. Manager Mack was some
years in assembling this hard hitting,
accurate fielding and throwing machine
and It was not until the season of 1911
that the Atnletlcs' Inner line of defenso
began to work In its most effective man
ner. Collins Joined the team In 1907 and
was followed by Barry a year later. In
1909 Molnnls and Baker also donned Ath
letic uniforms and the 8100,000 Infield wfas
In the making.
Mill Hblftlna In lOOft.
Mcinnls was still shifting about the In
ner defense and Harry Davis was playing
the Initial base. In 1910 Mclnnls succeeded
Davis and from that tlmo until the closo
of the world's series of last season the
arrive before Tuesday ' at Havana,
where ho will confer with Jack Johnson
regarding whether the negro shall at
tempt to reach Juares or meet Wlllard
In the Cuban capital.
HARVARD WALKS AWAY
WITH SUTTON QUINTET
League Adjourns Session and Will
Meet in Pittsburgh on March
UMPIREv LIST IS GIVEN OUT
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
RKED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
flce In Nebraska, 206 Brandels Theater.
KFRR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 303 9. 17tn St
Phone Douglas 6407. -
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
FOR exchange for Los Angeles or vicin
ity, SO acres Irrigated land North Platte
vallcv, excellent soil, near town and R.
R.; will give good trade for desirable
property. Address Roy A. Bush, Ingle
WANTEDTo trade, hotel In country
town with thirty-two acres adjoining;
no encumbrance; for Omaha resilience or
bungalow property. Address, F. L. Flan
nlgan, Burton, Neb.
TWO email Improved Nebraska ranches;
small payment down and terms on bal
ance. Why pay rentT Investigate and
get price and description. Have good ex
changes to offer. J. A. Olson, 506 Bee
EXCHANOES-Sllas ROBBIN3. D. 2842.
REAL ESTATF ACREAGE
HARVARD, Neb., Feb. 2S.-(Ppoclal.V-Harvard
took the Sutton team to a trim
ming lat night 81 to 18. The first half
ended 13 to 12 In Harvard's favor. The
excellent team work and phenomenal
goal shooting of the Harvard lads soon
loft the visitors somewhat In the rear.
For Sut'on, Zlmmerly, at forward, and
Anlhus at guard, were exceptionally
strong. For Harvard each man played
hla place in almost professional style.
quartet worked regularly, except when i although the work of "Tiny" Smith at
BI FALO, N. Y., Feb. 2.-The Fedrral
Bsse Ball league adjourned Its two days'
session yesterday and will meet In Plts
burgh. March 13. By that time It la ex
pected that the ceurt obstacle preventing
the transfer for the Kansas City fran
chise to Newark would be removed and
the season's playing schedule could be
No official announcement ss to the
schedule was forthcoming.
William Brennan, chief of umpires, an
nounced the following umpires for ths
Jamea Johnstone. Newark; Fred Wes
lervelt. Richmond; William Flnneran,
Erie; Harry Howell, Brooklyn; Lewis
Fyfe. Chicago; Barry McCormlck, Chi
cago; W. p. Shannon, Minneapolis. The
ninth umpire will be cither Hank O'Day
or Jack Egan. The umpires will meet
for spring training at West Baden, Ind.,
President Ward of the Brooklyn club
today released Morderal Brown to the
league and he will he added to the pitch
ing staff of either the Buffalo or Chicago
League officials and managers were the
gtirsts of the Buffalo club at a banquet
S AND 10-acre tracts close lit for sub
dividing. Phoee Doug. 294T.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
40th and Lafayette
Right on the car line. Paved street,
Ixt 60x120. Owner is very anxious to
dispose of this place. Owner, Harney 2643.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Are You in Doubt
Have you very often nearly
come out to Benson but hesi
tated! Have you frequently
wondered whether it is as nice
ns we say it is but never
found out? Have you thought
sometimes you would like to
see Benson for yourself but
didn't! If so you are the man
I want to meet today. Take
Benson car, get off at 61st st.
and come south one-half block
to No. 205. , Tel. Ben. 122.
F. S. - Trullinger.
NEW YORK, January 26, ltf.
The Missouri Pacific Railway Company.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Mis
souri Pacific Railway Company will bs
held at the general office of the Company
In the City of St. Ixiuia. Missouri, .n
Tuesday, March 9, lt16, at o'clock A
M., for the election of thirteen directors
for the ensuing year, and for the transac
tion uf any other business that may
come before aaid meeting. The annual
meeting of ths directors will be held Ft
the sajne office on the same Hay at
twelve o'clock noon. The transfer books
will be closed on Saturday, February 6
1W5. at twelve o'clock noon, and will be
reopened on Wednesday. Mai , h 10, ji.16,
at t'-n o'clock A. M.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
COMPANY, By B. F. BI SII. President.
11. Lt. LTTLR. becretary. FeUJs
Illness or Injuries temporarily broke up
the combination. It was between 1910 and
1914 tliat the Athletics traveled their fast
est, as their record of winning four out
of five pennants shows. The caliber of
the quartet Is proved by the average of
the players in both batting and fielding
for the period between 1900 and 1914. The
regular season record was: Baiting, .311;
fielding. .953; and the world's series fig
urea: Batting, .271; floldlng, .958.
Mclnnls showed an average for five
years of .318 and .977; Collins for six years
averaged .345 at bat and .063 In the field;
Barry in a similar period hit .V and
fielded .936, while Baker's average from
1909 to 1914 was .321 and .934. With Collins
nd Baker missing. Mclnnls and Barry
are left as a nucleus about which' Mack
must rebuild his Infield.. As batters Col
lins and Baker outshine Mclnnls and
Barry, for their combination average Is
333 to .2H8. In fielding, however, Barry
and Mclnnls average .9566 to .9185 for
Baker and Collins.
The Individual and infield averages for
both the regular season and world's series
during the existence of this famous com
bination are shown in the followln.-
M'INNIS. 1ST. B.
COLLINS, 2D B. i
im ." ;n
lH:l"" ... .11 1"00 .421 .971
liH .143 .l .214 WW
Grand Av.. .Ts2 .U90 . 338 .957
BP.RY. S. S. BAKER, 3D. .B
B. F. B. F.
IMA 2ir. .927 .95 .920
l'i0 ... .2r. 916 "Ki .927
l'lll" .2Hi". .943 .14 .42
l12 2M .92" .347 .941
27". .:: .!
1114 242 .947 .319 .955
Average 2f .936 . 321 .934
ir10 2.15 liK) .409 .S9
101! ?hH .M0 .375 .9ii9
llil.'l 300 .12 .450 .r.M
1914 071 HW .250 1X
Grand Av.. .244 . 961 .371 .923
Infield averare: Batting, .311; field
ing. Infield average: Batting, XI; field
Pierce W I ns from -Norfolk.
PIERCE. Neb., Feb. 28 (Special.) The
Young Men's Christian association basket
ball team. of Norfolk waa defeated on the
local floor Friday night by the Pierre.
High school team, 60 to Z3. The game was
faster than the score would Indicate, both
squads showing remarkable team work
and science In basket shooting. The game
was the "rubber," as each team had won
one game before.
Chamberlain's 4'ah Remedy.
From a small beginning the sale and
use of this remedy has extended tp all
parts of the United States and tb many
foreign countries. When you have need
of such a medicine give Chamberlain''
Cough Remedy a trial and you will un
derstand why It has become so popular
for coughs, colds and croup. Obtainable
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
I Notice Is hereby given that the regulsr
'annual meeting of tli stockholders of the
! bouih Platte Land company will be held
at tie ottlce of said company at Lincoln.
iNsl-rtska at eleven o clock a in. on ths
third oay 01 Winn, n lj. if lb.
C. H. MO BR ILL, President
A. U. MINOR. sVecnHary.
LdsKoln, Nebraska. February 1, lau
center and goal shoot, outshone the rest.
WAYNE GETS BETTER ..
OF BELLEVUE QUINTET
Wayne defeated Bellevue In a el and
uninteresting, but rough game, at Wayne
Friday night, 17 to 14. Neither team sue.
ceeded In locating the basket to any great
extent. The score at the end of the first
half was 13 to 12 In favor of Bellcvuo.
Becker and Vakoo starred for Wayne,
with Ohman and Allen doing the heavy
for Bellevue. Bellevue led, 14 to 12, un
til the last few minutes, when several
throws from foul line put Wayne ahead.
SEWARD HIGH SCHOOL
WINNER OVER SYRACUSE
SEWARD. Neb.. Feb. 2S.-(Speclal.)-
Seward High school basket ball team de
feated Syracuse last night, 32 to 26. The
first half ended In favor of Syracuse, 14
to 13. In the second half Seward dis
played superior toam work, which, coupled
with accurate basket shooting, won for
them handily. Andrews starred for Syra
cuse, while Wry and Weller were the
main point gainers for Seward. '
AD WOLGAST MUST NOT
FIGHT. FOR SIX MONTHS
CADILLAC, Mich., Feb.' 2S.-Ad Wol-
gast, former lightweight champion, was
ordered today by his physician not to
engage in a boxing match during the next
tlx months. Wolgast's weak right arm
was examined through an X-ray. The
physician said the bones were Intact, but
the arm was weak because Wolgast had
not allowed an old fracture to thoroughly
NICKERSON, WITH THREE
BRAVES. GOES SOUTH
BOSTON," Feb. 2R. Secretary HormsVi
Nlckerson and three members of the
world champion Boston Braves team of
the National league left for the spring
training camp at Macon, Os , tonight.
Several other players will Join the party
at New York.
ncrer I.eaarue to Meet.
. A peneral meetlnsr of the Omaha Soccer
fot ball league will be held st the coun
cil chamber Wednesday evenina, March
8, at 8 o'clock. The oblect of tho meet
ing Is to select representatives from the
four soccer teams from the cllv to com
pete In the track meet to he held In the
Auditorium next month urwlT the aus
pices of the Young Men's Christian association.
Realbarh Would Mannae.
Ed Reulbach, recently released bv
Brooklyn, has announced that he would
like to bud forth as a manarer. If he
cannot purchase the Newark Interna
tional league club from Charles Ebbets
be will try to purchase a franchise in the
ftbeftaadiMik Girls Wla.
SHENANDOAH. la.. Feb. SS.-fBneclal.)
The Shenandoah Hitch school girls' bas
ket ball team cave Isrtnda Its first n
feat of the season Friday night at Cla-
rinda bv the score of lu to 8. A return
gams will be played this week.
Pirates Bell Battery.
PITTSBURGH. Feb. . The services of
Robert Coleman, catcher, and O. A. Mc
Arthur, pitcher, were today sold by the
Pittsburgh National league base ball
club to tiie Columbus club of the Ameri
Ilos'l liars' a Wlater Cousrb.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery and
you won't catch cold. It kills the cold
germs, keeps you well. wc Advertisement.
Mose Justus Chosen
To Pilot Pawnees
COLUMBUS. Neb.. Feb. 2S.-(6perlal.)-
Mose Justus, formerly pitcher for the Co
lumbus base ball team, will pilot the
Pawnees during the 1915 season. This
was decided at a meeting of the directors
01 me local association when they ac
cepted him as manager. A report of the
financial condition of the association will
be made and during the month of April
a fair will be held to help to defray the
expenses of the team.
BARRISTERS WIN BY NOSE
. FROM SILVER CITY FIVE
Crelghton Law defeated the Silver City
(la.) Boosters Saturday night at Silver
City, 34 to 2. The Omaha team was
greatly handicapped by the small floor,
but managed to pull out ahead. Klepser
nd Phelps played the best rams for
the embryo barristers, while Reeve was
the Silver City star. The lineup:
CREIOIITON. I SILVER CITY.
Farrell Gives Out
Release Notices as
To Minor Leagues
Al'Bl'RN, N. Y Feb. W.-Serrctary,
John F. Kerrell of the National Associa
tion of rrofeeslonel Base Ball Lcngues
gave out last night the following notices
relating to minor league players and
The territory nf Sherman, Tex., has
been added to the Western association.
The following players have been re
leased, by purchase:
Topeka. Kan. Phil Koerner in Oak
Denver Dave Schrelber to Lincoln,
tjotils Barbour and Edward Fays to Salt
Lake City. Frank Edlngton to Grand
Lincoln, Neb. R. Jordan to Denver.
Portland IP. P V ItilHitv ltvun tr. Halt
Salt Lake City Roy Moran to Portland
Oakland F. II. Zacher n Halt I.nka
Spokane Winn Noyrs to Omaha, Harry
Hughes to Aberdeen.
Omaha Earl f'haa to Spokane.
Ia Angeles Paul Murder to Des Moines.
Des Moines Patrick Hnlrv to Provi
dence, R. I.
Tacoma Fred McMullen to Los Antics.
Plttnliurgh Frank Kafera to Omaha.
St. Iritis (A. L.)-CJyde P. Wares to
Detroit-Jack Relslgl and Harry Ilcil
mann to Sun Francisco,
Cincinnati-Earl J. Ylngllng to Salt
Flippers from York
Are Trounced by the
Omaha High Quintet
Omaha High school copped a slow and
uninteresting basket ball battle from
York Saturday. J2 t. 8. The York lad
couldn't locste the basket and were never
dangerous. Their guarding was loose and
their defense weak. Omaha was lacking
In team-play, but the luck broke with
them. Patty. Lutea and Paynter flipped
a trio of baskets each as did Trauger,
the York right forward. Lineup:
Pattv L.F. UF Cox
Lutes R.F. R.F Traugor
Pnynter C ' Conway
Latinon L.tl.i U( Miller
Knastmm Il.tl. K.U usnorne
New Assistant at
Happy Hollow Club
Charley Johnson, professional st the
Happy Hollow club, has selected his new
club maker and assistant to take the
place of Leslie Davlcs, new pro at the
Lincoln Country club. The new man Is
Robert Christie and he hails from the
Northland Country club of Duluth, where
he has been an assistant to Richard
Clark son for the last year. Christie
learned hla trade at Monlsleth, Scotland.
ladlaaapolla Makes Hplhrsre.
INDIANAPOLIS. Feb. 28 Manager
Hendricks, twelve players and the trainer
of the Indianapolis American association
team departed late tonight for San Diego,
Cel.. for their spring training. Tho trip
Is said to be the most pretentious ever
taken bv i minor league organlsatlop.
The players also will vleit I.os Angeles,
Fresno and f-an Francisco and will play
a number of games on their way home.
Other members of the club will Join Man
ager Hendricks en route.
Substitutes: Logan for Patty, Fullaway
for KngHtrnm. Field noals: Pstty tat.
Ixignn, Lutes (3), Pnynter (3). Trauger
I3K Foul goals: Lutes (2), Trauger, Cox.
Juniors Cop Class
Honors from Fresh
The Juniors won tho class basket ball .
championship of the high school by jest
ing the Freshmen. 19 to 13. In the pre-
llmlnury fray to tho Omahu-York game,
t'rowlev. bv throwing seven foul goals.
did the work.- Nicholson of the Freshmen
was tho star of the combat with four
goals. The lineup t
11. F Logan
l.O ..... Newton
Riiasum for Reese. Field
Pll 1,1" V, . .1 . ' , . . ...
goals: tiroves 1S1, Welrlch (21, Oelsler,
Nicholson (4), 1' ruler wood (2). Foul goals:
Crowlev (7), Txittsn.
;? " :
Linn (3), Ksmanakl (2), Reeve (Hi, Robin
son (4), Burgoln. Fouls thrown: Linn
(6), Reeve (2). Referee: Staplcton. Time
Bank clearings In the United States for
the week ending February 25, as reported
to Br.tdstreet's Journal, New York up.
arcuate 82,509.406.000. aKslnst $2,977,251,000
lust week and $2,734,222,0uO In this week
Inst vear. Canadian clearlnaa aRKregato
$114,934,000. as against 8122.902,000 last week
and 8142,0X1,000 In this week last year. Fol
lowing are the returns for this week, with
percentages of changes from this week
I .oa Angeles..
1 -o 11 1 v U 1
A I ban v
Salt Lake City
Des Moines I
..81. 841, 7X9,0001
M, 120.000 1
SO, 407,000 ..
11 5W.I00 .,
2,01 3HO1 . ,
Only a. Few Offices
But Some Very Choice Ones
While we can only offer you a choice of four
offices at tho present time, recent changes
make it possible to offer you several par
ticularly desirable offices and suites in
The Bee Building
We would advise you to make your choice now and
not wait until iprinr. as It Is very probable at that
time we will have nothing to offer. The selection la:
Suite 222: Thla Is a very choice office on the second floor,
mm racing me lornuur mvunu iuo muo, fc t ym-
tltloned for a very comfoi table waiting room
and two private offices. It has north light,
rrtce, per morfth $45.00
ftrtfim 420 This 1 one of the corner offices which is con
ftu sldered no very desirable. It Is 20x20 feet, and
, has two windows facing north and two west,
Thu large vault Is particularly desirable for
aonie classes of business. The door of this office
Is directly at the end of the hall, so that the
nln may ba seen by everyone walking down
Price, per month $40.00
Suite 426: This suite offers exceptional space and deslra
bility for the price. It is divided Into a wait
ing room and two private rooms. It has north
light and Its occupants receive all the service
and comforts of a well kept office building.
Trice, pef month '$27.50
Suite 432: This consists of waiting room and two private
rooms, it facos 17th street. It Is now occupied,
but will be available about March 10.
Price, ikt mouth $30.00
OrOUBd Especially adapted for printing office. This has
been occupied by a printer for many years and
on account of Its location In an office halldlng
and In the heart of the office building district,
the location Itself Is an asset In this business or
any similar business. It has an entrance from
- "" " the court on, the ground floor and "also
from the alley. There is very satisfactory light
and ventilation. It likewise has the advantage,
from the standpoint of Insurance and safety, of
being in a fireproof building. The floor space ,
Is 1,232 feet.
Price, per month $100.00
Apply to Building Superintendent. Room 103,
THE BEE BUILDING COMPANY
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