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Untarnished i Room.
FOR RENT Three nice unfurnished"
room, close to HanHcom Park, on
block from car line. Neat, gas and phone
Included. Private notion. Harney .
HOUSEKEEPING rooma, modern, new
furniture. 22i Harney.
FAJRNAM. 2R22. three nice housekeeping
rooma, electricity, ga range.
1. 1 a a. t HoaHkrrplnc Rooma.
STEAM heated rooma, with alcove, kitch
enette furnished. Ogden Hotel Co.,
Council Bluffs, la.
Monies and Cottages.
4m N. 81, 10 rooms, strictly mod., SoO.
410 N. 22, 10 rooma, mod., i baths, 346.
27i6 Farnam, 8 rooma, mod. brick, trO.
441 Farnam, 7 rooma, mod., 30.
2716 Howard, f rooma, mod., 820.
l.Vt N. 40, 7 rooma, mod., 335.
1217 S. ltt. 5 room flat for colored, 316.
RINfiWAtT. Brandola Theater Bldg.
I TEN-ROOM brick house, all modern, re
, decorated and reflnlshed, at 38th and
Harney Sta. Tel. H. 61.
Hornsea and Cottairea.
Dwelling, 414 So. 38th St; tiled
vestibule, reception hall, front
and back parlors, dining room
and kitchen, 5 bed rooms, 2
bath rooms, hot water heat,
garage. All in first class con-
, dition. Location A-l. Bcnj.
k S. Baker. Phones D482, H317,
' MODERN, i-room, bath, vestibule, with
tile floor, full basement, all In first
class condition. Must be seen to be ap
preciated. 3.10. -Phone
.WEST FARNAM DISTRICT.
7-rm. modern house, 106 8. 35th St.
NEW 8-r. .bungalow in Orchard Hill. C.
D. Hutchinson, 1623 Farnam.
t-ROOM house, partly modem: lO N. 21st
8t (upstalra), 314.00. Web. 7S78.
TEN head good young horses, 1,109 to
1.600 pounds, 241B Cuming St.
We have a complete Hat 6f all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent.
Tills list can be seen free of charxa at
Omaha Van Storage Co.. 806 8. lth Bt.
A UL sitea. 13 .er month up S07 Paxtoa.
WALKING DISTANCE 238 Dodge, mod
ern S-room house, a bargain at fl;
vacant 15th. W. W. Mitchell, owner. 1830
Spencer St. Wehater 4875.
SIX-ROOM modem, except heat, 822-
Phone Webater 11.
EE V EN-ROOM house, 3044 Curtis Ave.,
with chicken house and yard, all kinda
of fruit, good ahadn, nice lawn. Must be
' seen to be appreciated. Webster 6203. Do
not call Sunday. -
TWO modern houses, 10 rooms, 2020 Lake;
1 7 rooms. 21?1 Locust; hot water heat.
Stores, moves; packs, ships; storage, 31
per month. When you move call us.
Satisfaction guar. D. 4338 and Tyler 230.
J, C. Reed jgfej
Farnam. D. 414.
Van and Storage
Co. Call us for an
imates for mov-
Ins. packing, shipping. 1713 Webster St
l Douglas 14W.
Gordon Van Co. St
! W. llth St. Tel. D. 884 ar Web. 13M
. Tlnncoa in all parts of the city.
' AIOUUCIJ Crelgh Sons A Co.. Bee Bldg.
Stores mad Offices.
MODERN. 4 rooms. (20: seven rooms. 330
I mo.; near poetoffioe. G, P. Rtehblna.
i 27th & Leavenworth
This building, 60 by 80, with basement
and second floor, flreuroof, built espe
cially for the purpose. being fully
'equipped plth all necessary machinery,
ovens, wagon, etc. This Is your oppor
tunity to get Into the business right, as
everything is new and the location very
Building Is also suitable for a LAl'N
DRY. a OARAOE or a C'LhlANINU E.S
Will make very reasonable terms to
right party. See me at once.
" Conrad H. Young
K2 Brandels Theater.
a-ROOM slrtctly modern. 11 So. 23th St.,
U6. H. W. Binder, 83 City Nat. Bsnk.
Phone Douglaa 1264.
iBAKERY Ptore and 'basement; extra
heat retaining oven. T. J. HOOK. i;ol
N. Uth St
WANTED TO BUY
Tale burs everything 2d hanL Tyler 1411
OFFICIO furniture bought and sold, i
WANTED TO RENT
6 TO 7ROOM3, modern house la
good neigbborbood.i Address C
Apartments, fiats, houses and cottages
can bo rooted quickly sod cheaply by a
I Boa "For Rent" Ad.
FA nil V RACH LANDS FOR f ALE
ATTENTION SETTLERS If ' you wish
homesteads or relinquishments In Colo
rado rail and aea me at the Merchants
hotel. V. R. Packer, Sunday and Mon
XO SETTLERS ONLT-J30 acrea for 30.
Rich corn, alfalfa and wheat land: no
sand. J. A. Tiaoy, Sort Morgan. Colo.
FOR RALE Farms. ISO and 80 acres In
feet. Colo. Write Delaller. S354 Ogden
Ave, Chicago. III. -
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR 8AU5T
Whl. m o.rA Hencrli.tlmi of VOUr land
and aend It to the Sioux City, la.. Journal.
"Inn.'. Mnt Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening. Saturday morning ana evri jr
SatuMx evenlnar and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different days lor 82; or 50 words.
84: or 75 words, 86 . . '
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, 2ro,0(W readers dally In four great
A MONEY-MAKER. WITHIN 10 MIL108
S OOOD MARKETS.
1!6 acres, new 8-room house and plenty
other buildings. All fences hog tight.
Raised 240 hogs last year. Running water
and blue grass, alfalfa and Umber pas
ture. Never had hog disease. 75 acres
under cultivation. 1 ml. to market and
only 7 ml. Council Bluffa. Possession
now, at 8143 per acre. ml. school. R. r .
A. F. PMITH CO.
23 Pearl. Council Bluffs. Ia.
BARGAIN MO-acre farm 10 ttlle from
Minneapolis, wi kto irT7;i
40 acres good meadow. 60 acres timbered
pasture; can practically all be
. . . t . . im immiI la-room
Boou eorn mnu, l" . j
bouse, barn, granary. ac?,'ne 'a 1
mm, etc.j u nwo
of machinery, nogs, chickens and every.
i filng on tna iarm goea u r- --
,K4) cash, balance ban sUnd ft years
at per cent. Schwab Bros.. M li'
mouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
RENTERS, HOMEriEEKERS-Yow op
portunity, acres Irrigated wheal
and alfalfa land for settlerowit at Valler.
Moat. 841.50 to 850 per kcrej teen ye"-:
timer For particulars, wrlto Valler Farm
bales Co ox 1007. Valler. Mont.
CHANCE to be a cattle king right near
. .i.i,. i.A-q.t. ranch In H.
Dak.; well watered; horses, oattle. sheep
do well. 1.800 acres deeded; balance can
be leased; soli black loam: suited for
corn, wheat or alfalfa. Adjoining new
K. R. aurvey. e-rooin nuuu iiv
Kiilldl norm tfiiv oiio. Administrator's sale.
Addresa Y 470. Bee. ' ' '
NOW TOUR OPPORTUNITY.
Pplendld 240-acre valley farm, small
v.ih. hut nf nalKhborhodds. 3 miles to
lown,"867.6 per acre. .
a iv I sJM Tsi IV sir Yds rtanltAL k
ml. small town: imp.; Bale at big acrinco.
Carlson & Wallin, umana nm.,
Bldg.. Omaha,; Carthage, So. Dak.
REAL ESTATE VOR EXCHANGE
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and partlculara first letter. B.mmet t.
Higgtns, Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
1100 TO 810,000 made- promptly. K. D.
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weao. w r a u ni u., ion. i. .
CITY and farm loans. 6. 6V4, per cent.
J. H. uumc.ni wo.. p-.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
arnarn onuin -
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. minder. City National Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Petors Trust Co.
1100 to 8W.O0O made promptly. V. D. Wead,
VVCaO JilUH, milU g 1 ..cm
SEE us first for farm loana In eastern
Neb. Unr.ea ftcaiea xrust -v.. mmi.
r.ci' CITY IXAN8. C, O. Caribarg,
u Zlo-Si Brandels Theater Bldg.
OJUH hrmes. East' Nebraska farms.
1011 Omaha National. Fhene Douglas 1711
ABSTRACT OP TITLE
Title Guarantee and A hit ray.
Co., a modern abstract oirme,
806 Ba. 17th St. Phone D. 5487.
JesBen & Morrell,
Bk. Bldg. D. 2292.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract
office In Nebraska. 2o Brandels Thea.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Open for Inspection
rl N. 19TH ST.
East front on Poulwurd. No special
taxea. beautiful shade trees, cement
Six rooms on one floor; modern except
furnsre; oak floors; l-eautlf ully decorated,
conihinut'oii lighting fixtures. Price
$Ji7.). a smnll payment Cowg, balance
same as rent. W. 11. Adamson, Owner,
2616 N. 1Mb St
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
BUY THIS BEAUTIFUL
BUNGAIvOW ON EASY
This house has six rooms. Is all modern
and Is beautifully finished In oak In
principal rooms. It has brick fireplace In
living room; large full cement basement,
and arrangement la very convenient.
Electric fixtures and decorations left to
chol of purchaser. This house Is located
In one of the urettlest of Omaha's new
home building additions and la only Ss
block from car line.
Terms, SVu cash.
Balance like rent.
Will snow you this house today.
Call me by phone. Walnut 6X2.
E. P. WRIGHT,
Call Doug. 2926 any day nest - week.'
SAINTS ARE EASY
FOR RODRKE LADS
Home Folks Direct Bombardment
Against North in Eighth and
Score Fire Runs.
KOBTH PULLS A FEED MXRKLE
A brief lapse In skill completely ruined
Pitcher North yesterday and as a result
General Marty von Hlndenberg Krug's
corps of heroes copped a victory from Et
Paul, to 8. Krug's crowd doesn't care
who It lloks nowdays, having no respect
for big leaguer or class AA rants or any
Tb bombardment which gave the home
fclks the combet was directed against
North In the eighth stania. Until thU per
iod the Falrfta were In the lead, 2 to 1. Doc
Payne opened the festivities by cracking
a blow to right. Breen laid down a neat
bunt and North mussed It up until both
Payno and Breen were safe. ' Marty Krug
coaxed the heaver for a walk, choking
the runway. I
With Huelsman up things looked rosy
for the Rourkovtnlans. but Frank popped
a measley fly by Haddock and Conley
Srhllebaer Hits im Pinch.
Just as the bugs were settling back Into
their seats In despair. Frits 8chllebner
ooxed up to the. plate and promptly
busted the pill into safe territory; m the
left garden, scoring Payne and Breen.
This put the Rourkes one to the good, but
one didn't satisfy Red Whale n so Red
knocked the ball out to the flag pole,
counting Krug and fichllebner. Red made
third on the swat. Rlggert relayed the
ball In to Miller and Miller threw t
the plated " The ball missed the said plate
about twelve feet and Wheien continued
his journey homeward for the f)ftu run.
.Krug's men made one la the fourth
round, too. Marty walked' and went to
stcond on Huelsman's single. - While
Alien was striking out. North unburdened
himself of a couple of wild pltchea ar1
Krug advanced from second to third and
from third to borne.
North Palls a Merkle. .
The Saints made their first count In the
sixth frame.' North busted one to center
nd Aitan and Huelsman both went
after It Alien got their first but Hue Is
man ran into him. knockitur the ball out
of hut hands. North made third base, but
was detected by the vigilant Rourkes.
who. watching him circle tha haaea Av
oided that he had pulled a Merkle. In
other words be forgot to touch second.
The ball was relayed to Whalen who
touched the bag and Ump Van Fickle,
who took the same viewpoint as the
Rourkes, waived the minor league Merkle
Miller followed with a coke to rlaht and
was sacrificed to second by Rlggert. Had
dock smashed a hot one through Breen
and Miner scampered home.
A base on balls te Niffnlcker naved tha
way to the second Saint run In tho eighth.
run went to second on North's infield
out and registered on MUlerg hit to left.
Crwleo Hits Hoaae Ran.
Cruise slammed a slant over tha ri.ht-
field wall In the ultimate chapter for the
final hostile tally.
Three former Rourkes acted r
Saints yesterday. Chick Autrey scintil
lated about first base In swell style and
poled a three-bass swipe. Alten mhhi
him of a two-sack blow In the seond by
REAL E8TATE NORTH SIDE
Bargain in Stucco
Bemls Park district, south front, six
large rooms, sun room, sleeping porch,
beam ceilings, fireplace, etc. Price re
fluod, 84.760. Call owner. Douglaa U078.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Five-room house, modern except heat
Everything In good condition. Part cash,
balanc montly payments. 271ft 8. 21st bt.
Beautiful 7-Itooin House
.Easy Payment Plan
This house Is modern throughout, faces
east, located half block from car line, has
brick fireplace at aouth end of living
room, which la very large.
There Is also a large sun porch, besides
dining room snd kitchen on first floor.
The three principal rooma are finished
in oak, with oak atalrway in living room.
There are three nice large bedrooms and
the bath upstairs.
Tha rooma are beautifully decorated.
The house Is heated by , furnace, and
there Is an automatic gas heater In
stalled. Terms of Hale $500.00 Cash,
Balance $50.00 Per Month
Telephone owner today for further par.
ticulars. CALL WALNUT 2.
3226 Webster St.
Klght-room modern, practically new, full
basement, all In first class condition;
owner lives In house; open for Inspection
any time; convenient to Harney and Cum
ing fit. car lines: only 84. boo; easy ternia
REAL EHT ATE MISCELLANEOUS
riVK RtiOM. MODfcRN. M.M. TERMS.
OWN&R. WEbdTk.K 1&8.
DMAllA, JnU.N lA . Al'Klli I-'. I.M.).
. great catch In right-center. Jde Kls
crt worked In center, but failed to start
anything. Hick Johnson was behind the
hat, made one hit and had a fine time
trying to capture North's wild heaves.
Alten suffered a sprained ankle in the
sixth and was carried oft the field. He
will not be able to play for two weeks
says Dr. Bchleler, club physician. Con-
ley took his place as Thomason Is also
laid up with a bum hoof.
Crsbb pitched a nice game for Omaha
snd was always tight In the pinches. The
same teams play today. Game to be
called at I o'clock. Score:
AB. It. H
Alton, cf. ......
Kruoger, c. ...
S 27 10
AB. R. H
Miller, rf 4 1
Rlggert, cf 3 0
Haddock. 2b 4 0
Cruise, lf..s 3 1
jonnson, o.... 1 . a
Dyer, as 4 0
Autrey, lb. 8 0
Niffnlcker, Sb 8 1
North, p 8 0
...A 0 0 1 0 0 5 -
...0 0010018 -
Runs ...0 I M M M M
Hits 0 f II 1 I 0 1 1-4
Home run: Cruise. Three-base hits:
Whalen, Autrey. Two-base hit: Miller.
Btolen base: Krug. Hacriflce hits:
Crabb, Whalen, Breen, Rlggert. Left on
bases: Omaha, 3; St. Paul, 8. Struck
out: ' By Crabb, 3; by North, 7. Bases
on balls: Off Crabb, r, off lldrth, 4.
Wild pitches: North, 1 Time of game;
l:4S. Umpire:.' . Van Sickle.
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Steelier-Connolly v V .
Wrestling Go Will
Be Held at Bluffs
Omaha wrestling fans are to be given
an opportunity to see Joe Stecher In
action without making the trip to Lin
coln. Stecher Is to wrestler Pat Connolly
at Council Bluffs, This match was
scheduled for Lincoln, but i. F. Het
manek, manager of Stocher, decided to
give Council Bluffs a chsnce and the
match will be held there. A date has
not yet been set. Connolly wrestled
Toualff Huasane over two hours to a
draw recently. "
Storz Take Opening
Game of the Season
The Storx Indulged In the first rcl
workout of the season by defeating the
Chris Lj ckJ, 10 to 4, In a practice session
at Lyck park.
Lefty Hlrsct) of the Norfolk State
league team, worked for the Lycks and
proved wild and : Ineffective. - Htrsoh
passed eight men and made some wild
pitches) that proved costly. Moylan, who
relieved Hlrsch, was found for three runs
and three hits In the three Innings that
Outside of the second, McOulre was
never In real danger. He fanned ten men
In th first five Innings and did not allow
a pass during the game. Score:
Htitt. rt ... 1 1 4 erslconsr, rf. 0
M-An4'ws. m4 1 1 Dunks. In., til
ummv ft 1 a 1 S IHrahMM. 2h.
. S 1 4
l.yrk. c' ..... 4 OUt IWomtft, . 3 t 1 30
MuOMrr, 4 1 1 iuw. n.. s I w
Novttikr, lb 4 I eVanoua. lb.. 4 14 14
Kallr. tb.... 3 I F.ltm. If. I O t
v s s i
w.htur It. I I I I SOIaon.
tikrwh. p.., I s 1 Hrnt. c.i id i i
Morlsn. t S t MeUulra, p.. J 1
Totals 4 V S 4 Totals It XI
Lvcks 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 ft-4
Stors 8 2 0 3 1 0 0 8-10
Two-base' hits: Hyatt, Durkee, Wood
ruff. Graham. Struck out: By McOulre.
12; by Hlrwh, 8; by Moylan, 4. Kases on
balls: Off Hlrsch, 8; off Moylan. 1. Stolen
bases: Lawler (2i, Graham, Mclulr..,
Wachtler. Double plays: V annua ( unas
sisted i. Venous to Graham. Wild pitches:
Hirs;h. 2. Passed balls: Lyck, 2. Um
Kawfeds Win from
Pitf ed Swatters
KANSAS CITT. April U.-Costly errors
by the Pittsburgh Federals gave the Kan
sas City dub a victory today, S to I.
Johnson, tha local pitcher, was steady In
pinches and was aided materially by fast
fielding. Periing of Kansas City knocked
a home run over the left field fence In
the sixth Inning. Score; R.H.E.
Pittsburgh 0 0010100 0-2 10 4
Kansas City 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 -6 4 1
Batterlra: Rogge. Iilalr and O'Con
nor; Johnson and Easterly.
How Mr. Davis Go Kid f Bad
"Some time ago I had a very ' bad
cough," writes Lewis T. Davis, Black,
water. Del. "My brother. MeCabe Davis,
gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. After taking this I
bought half a daen bottles of It. but
only used one of them, as the cough left
me and I have not been troubled since."
Obtainable everywhere Advertisement
The Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
LOTLiNG SEASUISI CL
Omaha Fin Topplers Have Only
State Tournament at Lincoln to
Look Forward To.
NEW HAVENS SAY FAREWELL
Last week msrked the close of the reg
ular schedules of all the leagues most
of which wound up their seasons with
tournaments open to their respective
league membera. The Metropolitan, Mer
cantile and Nebraska Telephone tourna
ments all had a successful run with keen
competition and good rolling.
Tho presence of the New Haven All-
Stars on the local runways was tl big
feature of the week. Th:h trio ol bowlers
re the best In the game and by winning
most of their matches on strange alleys
proved that they were masters of the ten
pin art. !.
Schedules for tie state tournament,
which opens In Lincoln next Wednesday
night, have been received. They show an
entry of thirty teams. Twelve of these
are entered by Lincoln, eight by Omaha.
four by South Omaha; Grand Island,
three; ' Friend, Hastings fend Tender, one
each. . ,
From Omaha the entry list Includes the
Jetter's Old Age, Krug's Luxus, Burgess-
Nash, Stors. Beselln's Old Mixers, Ra
gan's Falstaffs, City Hall Federals 'and
the Transpanqualltles, The teams en
teced from South Omaha are the Jetter's
Old Age, Willow Springs Brewing Co..
All-Stars and Stockman's Journal. Most
of these teams roll on Saturday, April IT.
Mayor Dahtman and City Commissioners
Butler and Wlthnell will accompany the
City Hall Federals on this date.
Perfect -Mate Organisation.
The New Haven. All stsrs again .took
on sjl corner at the Farnam. Alley Sat
urday afternoon and evening; winning
most of their matches, In tho three man
team event they again won ' with ease
from the locals with a total of 1751
against their opponents im A set of
doubles with Cochran and K. Sclplo pit
ted against Jonhson and Lindsay proved
to ba the most spectacular match of its
kind ever witnessed here. All four con
testant were bunched together' well
over the 10 mark and only three of the
twelve single games were below the twu
Tho scores were:
Ha rtlay -jar, 2"4
Johnson wt K
Lindsay 217. 180
67 m 1751
R. Heinle .
. . 1st 2d.
0. Johnson ZM 1S3
M. Lindsay 23 !2H
4.7 416 1,282
O. Cochran .
K. Sclple ....
, . l.il
47S 442 1,383
C, Johnson .....
W. Hartley ....
RIDES TO FAIR WiTH HIS
HANDS. CHAINED TO BIKE
With his hands handcuffed to his wheel,
Francis Pe Lackso, a young Frenchman.
Is carded to arrive In Omaha, bound for
San Francisco from New York, some tlmo
this week. The Frenchman Is riding a
bicycle from coast to coast, and Is al
ways handcuffed to the wheel when en
route. He left New Tork the morning
of February 24 and Is due Into Omaha
from Kansas City.
FIRST CHRISTIANS WIN
FROM IMMANUAL BARACAS
The First Christiana won from the
Immanuel Baracas SaturdVy, 12 to A.
Though neither team has had much prac
tice, they showed up In in Id-season
It loom field Wist Debate.
BLOOM FIBLD. Neh.. April 11 -(Special.
) Friday Bloomfteld defeated Pierce
High school In debate. The Judire r
Superintendent O. H. Rnwrn, Prof. C. II
Bright and Rev. A. H. Uuell. all of Wayne.
Standing of Teams
i o l.ooo
l 0 l out
I A ll
I 1 .&)
1 I .6i0
0 1 .U
a 1 ouo
o l .ou
Kansas City ...
Chl'eao-M. Louis. poMnnneO :. ra In.
Pittsburgh, 2: Kansas C ity. c.
Federal lcsgiif St. Loula at Chicago,
Plttsliurftu at KansHS City; Miaark al
Baltimore, buffalo at Brooklyn.
tor The by George McManus
Ladies' Prettiest :
Mile Club Will Open
Season on May 12
The Ladle' Prettiest Mile Oolf club
will open Its Inaugural season on the
links at Miller Park May 12. Putting,
driving and a flag contest have been
carded for that day and prises will he
awarded the wlnnera Frank Russell has
donated a golf bag, Mr. Palme' a pair
of golf shoes snd Mrs. V. IS. Hawk has
contributed a prise.
The next meeting of the club will be
held at the home of Mrs. Fred Crane.
At this meeting. May 4, the members of
the Prettiest Mile Golf club,, a men's or
ganlsatlon, will be entertained by the
ALL-STAR TEAMS CHOSEN
R. A. Leake of Yonng Men's Chris
tian Association Selects Honor .
Basket Ball Squads.
ONE TEAM FROM EACH LEAGUE
R. A. Leake of the phyaloal department
of the Toung Men's Christian aeoer.lon
has selected all-star baaket ball teams
from players In the Trl-Clty, Commer
cial and Church leagues. His selections
are as follows:
Ieft Forward Burkenroad, Townsends.
Right Forward Myers. Oarks.
Left Ouard Parish. Clarks.
Right Guard Ritchie, Townsends.
. Substitute Plats, Townsends.
Buhalltute Flothow, Omaha High
' I Left Forward Klepaer, First Christians.
Right,. Forwart-rlloot, Kounts Memo
rials. . . . , '
Center M Hee, First Christians.
Left Guard C. Wcigel, First Christians.
Right Guard Parish, First Christians.
Loft Forward Bussing, Omaha Na
tional Banks. ,
Riht Forward Suchart, ' Omaha Na
Center Morrison. Council Bluffs Cubs.
Left Guard Ityan, Young Men's Chela
tion Association Secretaries,
Right Ouard Deffenbaugh, . Council
SOUTH OMAHA, WONDERS
SHUT OUT BY ARMOURS
, The Armours defeated the South Omaha
Wonders', 8 to 0, at Fort Omaha yesterday.
Both Graves and Guineas pitched In good
form, but were not forced to exert them
selves. Graves, C, Ryan, Tost and Po
land starred In the field. The Armours
play the Alamltos at Bellevue trday.
Armours 0 1 3 0 0 1 3 0 -
S. O. Wonders 0 00000000-
Bank clearings In the United States tor
tha week endluar April 8, as reported to
Rradatreet'a Journal. New York, aggre
gate S3.XC.2iiO.0Ou, aaalnst 33.w4.w,uv last
wsok and 33,270,A.O In this week laat
year. Canadian clearings aggregate 8110.
W7,0ii0, as against SHH.347.000 last week and
31rta,H46,Ou0 lii this week last year. Follow
ing are the returns for this week, with
percentages of change from tola week
Washington, D. C.
Salt Lake City
79 7 000
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Executive Comes in for Their Ccn- 1
sure for His Veto of Electric 1
. Light Bill. j
HITCHCOCK SEES IMPERIALISM
The Jacksonlan club of Nebraska. Sat-
unlay evening Informally opened Its new ;
auartora on the alxteenth floor of tha
City National bank building, condemned
governor morcnead for nis veto or the
Omaha electric light bill and listened to
a talk by United States Senator Hitch
President Wesver of the rlub exnlalned
that tho organisation Is composed of thd
better element of democracy of this city
and It Is expected that Interesting talks,
will be heard In the future. The club
Is now In the state of rejuvenation.
Among the "better-element" demo- '
e rati present last evening were- Wll- f
Ham Taney. F. W. Drleeoll. J. w. Met
cafe. John Murphy. F. L. Weaver. J. J.
Hanlghen, E1 Rothery. IVr. A. II. Hip-
Pie, John Fits Roberts, J. P. Gray. L.
B. Johnson. A. A. Lemoreaux, Robert
Atrheeon. W. F. Baxter and J. Mellor.
Treasurer Taney reported that tha
club has enough money in the exchequer
to pay rent for another month.
The resolution condemning the anverii- ' i
or was offered by w. F. Baxter and It t
waa (Mopted with John Flt Roberts -voting
alone in the negative.
Ii) his recital of the vxperienoes of a ''
man serving bis constituents as senator
at Washington. Senator Hitchcock de
clared that there Is a tendency In the
congress to enlarge ths sorerlgnty "
of tho federal government snd to cor- '
rcspondmgly minimise the powers of the
States. - -i i., . - .
The senator said ths empires of the
past would not compare with this govern- i
ment If this tendency continues. He
referred to federal reiritiHnn -.o . '.
roads, which once was a matter of stat-s ' "
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Mid wick Polo Team
1 Beats Coopertown
SAN FRANCISCO, Cel.. April lO.-The '
Midwick polo team of Pasadena. Cat.. '
eddad to Its long string of unbroken vic
tories today by defeating 6'4 to tho
Coopertown (N. Y.) four In the finals for
the Panama-Pacific exposition chamninn-
hip cups on the exposition field. The
game was one of the best contests thus
far In the universal polo tournament.
Webb, ss usual, played a slashlna- unu .
his long drives netUng his team many ad- ,
vantages. Coopertown, on the .other hand,
uiasea many strokes, and on several oc
casions was unfortunts In missing goals
by the barest margins.
A postponed game., the finals for ths
Sacramento cup, was played thla mornir.
at San Mateo. Tho Boise (Idahoi teem
defeated the First cavalry four. 3 to 6H,
the army being conceded four goals by
DEAF LADS TRIUMPH OVER
The School for the Deaf base ball team
trimmed tho Byrne-Hammers In a tight
game Saturday, S to 4. Jackson, Stark
and Nelson hurled a little better ball than
Ten ay, allowing but five hits to Tenny's
seven. Jackson and Stark gave but one
hit each and Nelson three.
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