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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. MAY 81. 1917.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
BUILDINGS WHOLESALE DIS
TRICT. Re vera t places of. three storle and bail
ment. Ideal location. HuluUntUIly built
aiid braurd to hold any kind of inorohHii
illsc. Good levators, See ua fur further
THE BYROX REED COMPANY,
D. 097. SI 2 8. 17th
t-USlRABI-K store room, modrrn front,
metal ceiling-, steam heat. t54-8 Ho.
16th St.; ilie SixbO: can be subdivided;
low rent. Conrad Young, 323 Brsndeii
Theater Bllp. lU'intUs 171.
.NrW modern itorca on Leavenworth, be
tween :Mlh and 5Mh St. IHO to ir.O.
JOHN W. ItOBHINa. 1X02 FAKXAM ST.
SMALL mudtru store roum, atm kVitt.
1613 Capitol Ave. Conrad Yum.ff. 322
Brandeis Th rater, pouglaa 1T7 1.
4Tufi.2f II "sf .. near 1'. O., JS5. E. 11.
Benner. t. MO.
MODERN STORKS AND OFFICES IN FAU
nam B trig. Flrit Trutit Co. 1.
ilODEKN atoro room, oorner lfith And Chi
cago. O. P.,atebhln, 1UP Chicago,
RB8T AURA NT with flxturea. gas atovea.
stools, at 17 South 16th St.
Offices arid Desk Room.
CHOICE office apace Batrd Bldg.,
Douglas. McCague Jtiv. Co.
LODGE AND CLUB ROOMS.
I have for rent en aeoond floor, cen
trally located building, on' block from
post office, assembly room aultnble for
lodge or club purpoaea; composed of one
largo room for dance or lodge hall: three
smaller rooms and kitchen. For further
Information call Conrad Young. S22 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. Douglas 1671.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Express Co., Movlr
1807 Farnam St. Web. 2HX. Dong. Mt.
Separate locked rooms for hoiisehf
groda and pianos; moving, packing a
"oMAtlX VAN AND STORAOW CO..
02 S. 16th St. Douglas 4 1 ttS
GORDON VAN CO.
Parking, atom go and iT.nvtr.tr.
.It N. 11th at. Phone Doug
FIDELITY S FREE
Phone Douglas 2SR for compli-i
list of vacant hounes and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
K,th and JiLrksi
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert service; prompt attention. Your
moving, your partting, your mom.-.
Main Office. Central Furniture Store.
lUb nnd Howard. Tel. D. 77S6.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, pack inn
ii Tulnr iiM nr I Inmrlns 4 15
Mae-o-ard ' ...mr.
V'itn and two men
Van and Slorsge Co., Moving, Packing,
storage ami Shipping. Phone Doug. H
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Flvo room., strictly modern, finished In
oak; located at 3Z3 a. sen,
13,150. Terms. Will take "mall cottage
inn n. Blila. Pliono Dougla. 27.
WKI;T FARNAM DISTRICT
l.r. modern residence. Lawn Cxl24.
Ridiculously cheap If Interested, .e.
P. D. WEAD. 510 S. 18th Bt.
7 rooms modern. 2 nice corner lol?,
h.dee ft-ncfl. garagf. sleeping porch, pav
nig all Paid. Trice reducJ to $6,000 for
;:-7-9 omhaXat. Bk. y W. .Ty'w '? .
EIOHT roonis, nearly new, corner lot.
7xl'4 on boulevard; ho water heat,
fireplace. booli.aacs, butM.
liorcli. double garage, south rront. beauti
ful shade trees; most beautiful home in
Kount.. Place. Will take 15,000 less than
co.4 of lot and house, tall lot prlc and
terms. Webster tfiO.
STRICTLY modern bunalow. 6 rooms. 83n
and Ames Ave. Webster W-
Six rooms, partly modern, 11,600. Terms.
2814 N. 31st Bt. Web. 4(00.
HOT WATER HEAT
PRICE ONLY $3,250
Five room" nd den, strictly modern,
choice, lot. nice lot shads and ahrubery;
liOO down and $27. B0 p.r month.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bid. Tyler 4fl,
inuinni iid niywri 4.T.OW
Btueeo oopstruetloo. I largo light rooms.
Oak Hoora. oak and namol flnlah. Prloo
$:) $00. Eaay terma. Another new build
ing for 13.660. Call Doug 11 1731 di
Walnut 15SQ oven nga.
trhri ;ta or lease, one or bolh lots, each
liilKis;, at N, W. cor, of J&th. and Daven
port tits. Make beat offer to Mrs. U. L.
Hawyer. Melrose Hqttl. he j,e!eiil
jCEAir26ih Ave. and Wool worth Bevel.
room bouse with lawn. ?o137 feet, and
fruit. vry cheap, O. Waad. 3i0 a
aiX roomi. modern" oiuept ' beat. i,$oo.
Terms. Sea Owner, tilt N. list St, Web
Four roomsi well and cistern; largo lot;
good cellar; eleelrlo llghte; three blockfi
from car line; built four years ago. A
i-usy little place, with soma shade treea.
This at 1021 S. 4th Avo. Can be bought
for $1,450, on payment plan.
Six rooms, entirety modern ana almoat
new; a block from Military Ave. (Benaon
and Deaf Institute car lines); extra large
lot, with fruit and ahnde trees and chicken
house. All for $3,750. N. 44a Decatur
Ht. Posseaalon at once. All up in splendid
condition. nt n
Almost new bungalow at 2121 Grand Ave.
(paved), with large living room In oak
and a real fireplace, for $2.7uO. This han
every modern convenience and la clean and
uosy. Only two bodiooms. Ready to
HARRISON & MORTON,
16 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WORLD REALTY CO IZm
B KOB1NSON. Real Estate and Insur
nce. 44S Be. Blag Douglas 0
1505 1st Nat. HIi. Olds.
REAL ESTATE B'neit Pr'pty
1.' X. WOl.F, Ri-almr, Ware Blk, Specialist
In downtown business property,
REAL ESTATE Investment
"BEK L'3 FOR" investment and
A. P. TUKKT SON.
20 First Nstlon.l Bank Bldg.
175,000 Income 12 per cent; on. year
old: very fna location; mortKsse I2o.u00
and will accept 12". 000 In trad.; bal
anc. casl) or iisirottabl. paper.
Pou.ls. ll City N.t. Ban Bid..
TRACKAGE Fine site on B. & M. R. R.
Stse 5xl65. Can be bought cheap. C. A.
Orimmel. Phonfa Dou glaB 1115.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
HAVE client with 240 acres good lanfl I in
astern Montana. Clear, worth ft.OOO;
threo mllsa from good railroad town.
"Want S to 8-room modern Omaha resi
dence, valued $4,000 to $6,000. Joseph
Pick. 2219 Evans 8t;i'vXa.bJj.88i
and part cash, to aachango lor Douglai or
Sarpy county farm land.
BOX 3542, BEE.
1 HAVE- a $36,01)0 hardware, doing good
buslnssa, and $10,000 In money. Want
western law er eastern Nebraska farm.
S. 8. and R. E. Montgomery, $01 Omaha
National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER look liif at MINNA LUSA 104 dif
ferent buyets decided that It waa the oeat
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying Iota.
IF YOU will com out today you will
understand whr tbe otjers are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO..
T43 Omaha Nat. Bank Bids. Tyler 1ST.
WE HAVE several lota located at ?7th and
Corny and 37th and Maplt. three block'
frimi new tchool location. Two of these
re on paved atresia. Wilt sell at a bar
gain. Cmi kIvk terms. Travers Brothara,
Sit First Nat'l Hank Bldg.
60:OJS, two at reel frontages); aaay
terma. Call Douglaa lUti or eveDiugi
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lota. Price Its, only
!3jiKh and 60 oenta per week Dour- fitl.
WANTED Five -room bungalow, "ran pay
$700 or $800 ensh. balance monthly, Give
price and i location first letter. Box
itur. lit,., I
LISTING houses to rent or sell on email catb
payments, nave part lea waiting, weatern
Real natate. 418 Karlmeh Blk. D. StiiiT
LIST your 6 slid 6-rooiu houses with lid
want V. Williams Co.. $01 Omaba Nat
Hunk Bldg. D. 40.
LIST jour 6 and 6-room houses with ua.
WD t-KLL THEM. ObUOHNhi REALTY
Co.. Tyler 496.
i.KNDT A TAVliOlt can assist you.
2,atrd bt. Webster 3030.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Ideal arrangement as follows: Large
living room with fireplace, built-in book
cases; opening Into sun room or den; large
dining room v. I tit French doors opening
onto porch; good nitod breakfast room and
kitchen on the first floor. Combination
atalr landing with three large bedrooms
and sipc-ping1 poren on tno second uoor
onk floors throughout and oak finish on
the first floor and whits enamel on the
ni'ond floor. C-araae ami driveway. Yo-
te union 1st of June. Can be handled on
GLOVER & SPAIN (Realtors)
Hia-SO City Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 39;
Just listed, a $-room. strictly modern,
full 2-storv home In Dundee: .1 rooms on
first flour, fiiilrihrd tl) onk flours and oak
woodwork ; 3 rooms and bath on second
floor; full cement liascnient; furnace heat
targe lot; paved street; paving all paid
paved alley; nowly decorated and palnlod
throughout; owner has reduced price i
$4,600. A genuine bargain.
TAYXE INVESTMENT CO.,
637 Onii'ha Nat. Bank. Doug. 17S1.
ItEDlH'ED Kit OH $7,tl00 TO $G,E00.
IF SOLD BEFORE JUNE 1.
Brick and atucco homo, alx rooms and
sleeping porch; thoroughly modern
tliroua-hout. all floors of oak, onk trim
downstairs; white enamel upstairs; built-
in DUiret, lircpiaee, uooKcawea, luicnen
cabinets, etti. ; lara lot. Owner must
sacrifice. Prefer to doal with buyer di
rect. Bn 480. Bee.
0147 DA V ENI'oKT IS(., modern l-ro-nu
house. BoRined living room and dining
room paneled in oak; den with built-in
bookcases. Sleeping porch and four bed
rooms (Including maid's room on third
floor). Combination hot water and hot air
heat. 100 foot frontage. Inquire of owner,
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
em, attractive homta. Before buying be
sure and see
GEORGE & CO.
6-ACKE blk., Falracre and Browneli Hall
district, bnap. C J. Canary
. IIOilESEEKEftS, ATTENTION!
On a small cash payment we will buy
the lot you select, build a home after your
own Diana ana nave you pay ior it on
small monthly payments, without extra
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO..
INCORPORATED CAPITAL $25,000.
4935' S. 24th St. Phono Houth 1247,
.!4 ACRES, just over the, lino In Sarpy
county, away from the nign taxes, it ten,
level land, first broken in lillti. Raised 4
crops of alfalfa, $(,000. Terms can bt
SOUTH OMAHA, INVESTMENT CO.. INC.
3i nouin zm st. mono fouin rm.
with modern llltln atucco bungalow, on
very sightly ground. Level, but hi eh.
near Center St., paved road, overlooking
Papplo valley, with Haymour Park to the
southwest and Elm wood Park to the
northeast. Fruit and shade trees and
shrubbery planted two or three years asro,
when the house was built. Price $7,000
and possession with planted garden and
crops now. Terms, but no trades.
Five acres, with good house and bear
ing fruit and gard.cn cropB, on Orphanage
road, north from Bennon, and on the Red
man road, west from Fort Omaha, This
la high and sightly. Price $4,500 and
HARRISON &. MORTON,
91B Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
INSURANCE, Fire. Tornado, Autuii
C. A, Urlmmel, 849 Omaha Nat I Bk.
Real Estate, Loam, Mortgages.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6. H and 6 per cent. Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sals. J. H. Dumont A Co,. 416-41$ Keellne
it en ana Harney.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
o,o ana s pet. Heaaonahte commission.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
12 Houth 17th, Omshs, Nnb.
Well secured, bearing 6 pet. Interest.
HARVEY J. HOOKER,
940 First Nat. Bk. Bid. Tet TvIf "ass
F"PER CENT to 6 per cent on best class
city residences in amount! 19,000 upt also
farm loans. Reasonable commissi I nr.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam St,
MONEY to loan on improved farms and
rancnes. we also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
$1,000 MTGE., bearing S pet aeml-annually
B?.uicu vj prouervy vaiuea at Si.bUO.
Tqlmage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money en hand for mortgags loans.
ivinionai nana, tting.
PRIVATE money to loan on Omaha resi
dence property. E. H. Loogee, Inc., 638
OMAHA HO M E S, EAST NEB. FARMS.
p'KKBFH R. E. CO., 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM and city loans, 6,5" and 6 per cent.
jy. H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg. Doug. Hi
NO IiKLAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
UHAHAM. B04 Bee Bldg.
SHOPEX ft CO.. PRIVATE MONET.
SlOO to $10,000 made promptly. V. D. Weard,
Wead Bldg., lit h and Farnam 8ts.
C1TT GARVIN BROS.,
LOANS Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Money iiar (t i son & morton.
9lfi Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg,
LOW RATES CT G. CARLBERG. $12 Bran
deis Theater Bldg. V. 685.
Stocks and Bonds.
TO MEET the Increased coat of
living you must place your
money where It will yield a
greater Income A T per cent
participating cumulative pre
ferred stock with the highest
grade of security means an ex
ceptional Investment. This
stock will not yield less than
7 per oent and participate In
the profits of the company
over that amount, making a.
very attractive, secure Invest
ment. For particulars regard
ing thin Investment address
Box SH3, Bee,
LISTED and unlisted stocks, Investment
securities, Industrial stocks.
ROBERT C. DRUKSEDOW & CO.,
SbO Omaha National Hank Bldg.
DS TO TRUST SLAVS
Prof. Borris Bakhmetieff De
clares New Regime Soon
Will Launch Offensive
Tokio, May 30. "I am immensely
satisfied with conditions in Russia,
.ncluding Siberia," said Trof. Uorris
Bak-lmietieft, the new Russian ambas
sador to the United Stales, on ar
riving here today. ''I think the new
regime soon will be able to launch
an offensive against the enemy."
T'rof. liakhmeticlT is at the head oC
a special commission of forty on it
way to the United States.
lie repudiated 'the idea that hU
country would make a separate peace
r.nd expressed appreciation of aid
given the new republic by the United
Difficulties have occurred, but they
iad been exaggerated, and it was un
,'casonablc to assume that the ancient
lutocracy could be overthrown with
out encountering resultant obslacles,
hvi.rywhcrc the work ot reconstruc
tion was going forward rapidly, lie
"Russia's war aims are similar to
America's," lie continued. "As sister
democracies they are fighting hand.
in-hand. I am going to America with
complete diplomatic powers. 1 shall
take up Questions ot munitions, sup.
plies and finance."
Among the members of the com.
mission are General Knnn. who will
be attached to the American army; M.
LomonpolT, a railroad expert: M.
Nontzky, representing the finance
ministry; M. llorodkin, representing
the ministry of agriculture, and M.
Uranovsky, an artillery expert.
Seattle, Wash., -May 29. Thomas
Xclson Perkins, chairman of the ex.
tculive committee of a Boston finan-
cia! house, arrived in Seattle today
from 1'etrograd, where he witnessed
the revolution and establishment of
the new government.
He beiieyes Russia is determined
uprn opposing German militarism to
"So long as Germany clings to
military rule," he said, "Russia's
whole-hearted support of the war can
not be doubted."
To Ask Colonial Dames to
Recall Red Cross Tickets
A slight tempest is brewing in Red
Cross circles in regard to the em.
blem tised on tickets issued for the
American ambulance film which is
to be shown here June 9 at the Boyd
theater under the auspices of the
Colonial Dame for the benefit of the
American ambulance field service.
"We will have to ask that the
tickets bearing the Red Cross emblem
be recalled, since the affair is not un
der the auspices of the Red Cross and
no permission granted for the em
blem's use," W. G. Ure, secretary of
the local chapter, said.
Abstracts of Title.
Till,, Ouarante. and Abstract Co,
Slid R. 17th Rt.. crounit floor.
Tlondcfl by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REKD AUSTKACT CO., oldest abstract of
flco In NbniHka. 2 Brandeis Thftatr.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 610 Brandeis Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Improved Harriaon cmuty. towa, ISO-acre
farm, for sale on eary terms. Price $140
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY.
&N0 Brandeis Bldg.
Inquire about my easy way to get a
farm horns In Michigan's fruit and clover
belt; pay only 125 to 200 down; 17 to $10
monthly for forty acres Lower terms for
smaller tracts; $1B to 126 an acre. Ask
about life insurance feature. All kinds of
farming pay well here. For Instance, Mich
igan leads In production of beans and Is
socond In production of potatoes. Good
st hoola. churrhra und towns. Booklet with
full tnformution free. Owner, George W.
Swlgart, i-245, First National Bank Bldg.,
IMPROVED lUO-acro farm, 18 miles from
Minneapolis 40 seres oultlvtd. balance
meadow and timber; 13. OHO worth ot
buildings. Will s;ll for 16.000; easy terma
Hchwab Bros.. l2t Plymouth Bldg.. Mln-
GRKAT liarr'iain, 6 down, 6 monthly buys
40 acren good fruit and poultry land near
town, southern Missouri, rnce oniy sauo.
Address Box DOS, Excelsior Springs, Mo.
FOR SALhr Big bargain in Montana lands.
investors, snttciiiaiors and lana agents.
please take notice: Tho following land
la offered subjert to prior sale: Section
7, township 6 N.. range 17 E. ; Sweet
' Grass county, near Shawmut. Only $S,S0
per acre. .Sections 3 and 17, township
10 N. ; section 17, township 11 N all
range 35, East Rosebud county, near In
aromar. Only ID ner acre. Terms, one-
fourth cash, balance In four equal yearly
payments, witn intsreai at s per cent, tt
C. Johnson, care Fred'k H. Bartlett & Cn
69 W. Washington St., Chicago, III,
4I ACRES north of Valentin for sale or
320 acres north of Tllden, Neb., for sale
or trade. Improved, fenced, rye and corn
10 acres In Holt county for sals, vory
highly Improved. This is an excellent
P. H. BELL, Silver Creek, Neb.
SMALL Nebruaka farms on easy payment!
-6 acres up wa farm the farm wo Mil
you. Th Hungerford Potato Growers'
Association, i&ih and Howard fits,. Oma
ha. Douglas 0371.
AGENTS wanted to sell our eastern Per
kins county land; 6,000 acres; will divide
to suit and sell on easy terms, Miner
Bradley, Thummel Bldg., Grand Island,
WET lands mads dry enough for crops or
no pay is our way oi Graining iana. no
tract too largo or too wU Out ran t
Drainage Co., Oakland, Web.
FOR SALE Best large body high grade,
medium priced land in Nebraska; very
little money required. C Bradley, Wol-
Dacn, i cd,
ItY 940 acres range, water,' hay, plow land".
Box 1381. Alliance, Neb.
GOOD corn land, Ealt Texas, ii an acre,
Get my free book.
W 8 FRANK. 201 Neville Block, Omaha.
40-Acre Farm, $1,750
Four Miles to City
of 40,000 people, a notad manufacturing
center, Thirty acres dark loam; 10 acres
wira fenced pasture, soma wood, variety
fruit; l-room house, mapla Shads, tele
plione If denlred; 40-fL barn, hog, wagon
and poultry houses. To settle estate going
for $1,700, part down. For details sue
page 22. "Our Spring Catalogue," copy
mailed free. E. A. Htrout Farm Agency,
Iicpt. 3o72, 2ftS , lltih St,. Omaha. Neb.
WE HAVE several highly Improved fa nun
In the richest farming district of the
United Stales at very attractive prices
and reasonable terms. Write us for map
and further in format ton.
MID WKNT LAND CO.,
1057 Oinuha Nat' I, Bk. Bldg. D. 1109.
TWO TO TIGERS
Superior Fielding and Pitching
by Jennings' Men Prove Pis
astrous Combination for
Cleveland, May 30. Detroit took
both games from Cleveland today, 4
to t and 5 to 1. Superior pitching
liy Boland and Elimke and the bril
hand fielding by Veach and Young
were largely responsible for the vie
tories which forced Cleveland back in
to fourth place. Heilman made four
hits in as many times at bat in the
second game. Score, first game:
4 14 0 OWain's.ab
4 3 10 OGuisto.lb
4 11.01 Mlller.lb
4 0 0 0 OHarrta.rf
3 t T 1 OEvans.Ub
i 0 0 4 OTuni'r.ab
31 $ :? 13 nahy,P
Bo land, p.
111 1 1
Detroit 1 0 0 0 0 I 1 1 04
Cleveland ... 1 0 0 0 0 fl 0 01
Hatted fr Evans In seventh.
Hatted for Turner In ninth,
Batted for Bagbv In ninth.
Twobaae hits: Bush, Young. Heilman.
Stolen bases: Cobb, Speaker, WamabgaDa.
Double play: Kvana. Wambsgsnss and
auinto. Bases on balls: Off llolnnd, S.
Htruck out: By Boland, 3. Umpires: Kal
lln and Connolly.
AR H.O.A.K. All.H.OA.B.
4 0 10
4 14 3
i o i a o
2 13 10
0 0 2
1 t I
0 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 ST II
i 3 0-
Totals 31 11 37 t 0Allkson
Oslroit . ,
0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Batttd for Gould In seventh.
Hatted for ilulKtn In ninth.
Two-baie hltn: Chapman, Billings. Stolen
base: Veach. Double play: Outnto (unassist
ed). Bases on balls: Off Khmke. I; off
fiouid, 3. huh and earni-d runs: off tlould
ft In sovon innings. Struck out: By Khmkt.
4; hy Gould, 1. Umpires: Nallln und Con
nolly. Tanks Nab Bolli.
Philadelphia, May 30, New York shut
out Philadelphia twice today, In the morn
In to 0, and this afternoon, in a fifteen
Inning pitching duol, i to 0. With two
men out In the fifteenth Inning, tho bases
were filled on bases on balls to Peck in
paugh and Caldwell. The latter had batted
for Love and Walters got a slnste. A base
on balls to MoUea forced tn Pecklnpaugh
and Miller's single scored Walters. In tho
eighth Inning of the afternoon game, Baker
waa so badly hurt that ho was forced to
leave the game. Thinking that Johnson In
tended to bunt, Baker ran In, but the bats-
man swung hard and knocked a fast
grounder, which took a bad bound and
struck Baker in the face. Boors, first game;
HBW YORK. PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.A.R AH H O A R
Magee.cf 4 10 0 Ofltrqnk.cf 4 0 0 0 0
0Myer 1 0 0 0 0
0Palk'b'g.p 0 0 0 10
OHalay.o 3 0 S 0 4)
Mattel. 2b 4
0 Drover, J b 3 14 10
1 MyerstP 10 0 11
0'Lawrey 0 0 0 0 0
0 Joh'on.rf I 0
0Rodle.1t I 1
OHelbold.p I 0
Walters, a 1
OBates.lb 4 1
Totals. .33 I 27 14 IHchnng.o
Totals. .11 6 27 13 J
Ran for Haley In ninth.
Batted for Johnson In ninth.
New York I 0 3 0 0 0 t 0 I
Philadelphia ..0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 00
Two-base httst Mages, Witt. Three-
base bit: Flpp, R to I en bases: Wales I,
Plpp. Bases on balls; Off C'ullop, lj off
Falkenburg, I; off Salbold, 4. Hits: Off
Falkenburg, I In on inning; off My era, 4
In two Innings. 8 track out: By Cullop, 6;
by Falkenbtrg, 1; by Myers, I; by I bold,
umpires: inidebrand and O Loughlln.
Score, afternoon gams:
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA.
AB H.O.A.K. AH U.O.A.E.
Magee.cf I 4 0 0 Witt, as 6 0 J C n
Mil l.r, If 1 I I 0 Ofttrunk.cf ( 0 8 0 0
MaiMl,2b S 0 4 2 OBodle.lf.rf 114 10
Plpp.lb 6 1 14 1 OBateMh 6 13 8 0
Baker 8b 8 111 OMcl'is.lb 5 1 26 0 0
Aragon.Sb I 0 3 S 0 Meyers, o I I I 0 1
H'drlx.rf 10 0 1 OSchang.c 10 110
P'p'gh.ss s 0 s a Ojohn'on.rf 3 112 0
Walters, o 6 114 OHaley.c 0 0 10 0
Love.p 1112 0Orovar,3h 6 0 0 10
phorketvp 0 0 0 1 ORehsuer.p 6 0 0 4 0
Caldwell 8 0 0 0 O'Lswry 0 0 0 0 0
- r. "Davis loooo
Totals.,60 10 46 11 0
Totals. .41 I 46 36 1
Ratted for Lova In fifteen,
Han for Meyer in eighth,
Batted for Johnson in thlrlefnth.
Now York 000 000 000 000 008 9
Phtlsdftphla 000 000 000 000 0000
Two-hass hit: Miller. Double plays:
Bod is to Myer, Malsel (unanslstedt. Malsel
to Pscktnpaugh to Plpp. Hits: Off Love,
0 In fourteen Innings. Baas on ballet Oft
Love, 4 1 off Boheuor, 6. S trunk out; By
Love, 0; hy Schauer, 2; by Shocker, 1, Um
pires; O'Loughltn and Hlldebrand.
Sena tore Prop tha Fourth.
Washington. May 10. Boston made It
four straight from Washington today by
winning both gamea of lha double-header.
It waa the ninth consecutive defeat for the
locals and the fifteenth contest they have
lost by one run. .score Morning game:
Hoooerrf 4 0 0 0 OJudge.lb 4 11110
Lewis, If I
a a uroier,D s v v
12 0 OMIIsn.cf 4 2 10 0
4 A ORIca.rf 4 12 10
I 0 OMmlth.lf 4 110 0
0 0 OMorg'n.Zb 4 112 0
1 I 0M'Hrid,ia 1114 1
0 4 OHenry.c 0 0 1 0 0
4 0 OAlns'lth.o 12 10 0
0 2 OGallla.P 2 10 4 1
0 0 1 Jamieson 1 0 0 n o
Ayren,p 0 0 0 1 0
31 1 17 13 lMenoaky 1 0 0 0 0
Tolals..9t 10 :7 17 i
Batlert for O.llla In, seventh.
Batted tor Ayre. In ninth.
Boston , II 1 0 1 0 1 1 1i
Washington 00000111 i
Two.bas. hit: Shorten. Duublo plays:
Morgan to McHrlde to Judge (HI, frott to
Janvrln to lloblltsel. Hases on balls: Otf
Oallla, I; off 8hor, 1: off Ayrea, !; oft
Bader, 1. Hits: Off Gallia, 5 In seven In
nings: off Short, 9 In seven anil one-third
Innings. Itrurk emt: By Oallla, 8: by
Bhore. II by Bador, !. Umpires: Evans
Hooper.rf 3 o 0 OJudge.lh 4 0 10 1c
.Ia'vrln,!b I I I 1 DKo,ter,3h 6 0 3 2 1
H'lueUb 4 1)4 0 OMIIan.rt 4 1110
Lrwls.lf 4 13 0 ORIro.rf 3 110 0
Shorten. ef t I 0 0hanks 0 0 0 0 0
Gard'r.lb 4 111 0MenoeHy 0 0 0 0 0
flintt.K. 3 0 15 OJam'son.lf 3 0 3 0 0
Thomaa.o 3 0 10 O'Gharrltr 1 0 0 0 0
Agnew.o 3 0 4 3 0Mors n.lt 13 13 0
Bader.n 3 10 1 OH'Brlde.ss 3 13 3 0
Fenn'ok.p 1 0 0 0 OAlns'lth.o 4 0 110
Bhaw.p 3 0 0 1 0
Total.. .31 33T13 0'Smlth 1 0 0 0 0
John'on.p 10 13 0
i Totals. .33 0 2711 1
Hstt.d for Phaw In slilh.
'Batted for Biro In ninth.
Ran for Hlianlts In ninth.
Batted for Jarnleson in ninth.
Boston ...3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-8
Washington 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 03
Twn-bas. httst MUsn, tiardner. Stolen
bases: Alnsmltb. Ttlce, Bssrs on balls: Off
Shaw, 2; off Bader, 3: off Johnson, 1: off
Pennoek. X. Hits: Off Khsw, 4 In els In.
nlngs: off Bad.r, 3 In seven Innings- Btrurk
out: By Hliaw, 3; by Bad.r, 3: hy Ponnork.
3: by Johnson, 2. Umpires: Morlsrty and
Nashville, !, II; New Orleans, i, 3.
Mumphls. 4. IS; Atlanta, T, 3.
Cliattiinuosa, 1", 2i Birmingham, I, 1.
HARVARD ATHLETES LEAVE
- FOR FRANCE JUNE 2.
HWWI..I.HW I I. ,
The makeup of the latest Harvard
unit of the American ambulance ser
vice which will sail June 2 for for
France has been announced. The
sixteen men will include Harry 11.
Uadimin, captain ot last years toot
hall team: E. L. Casey, halfback; J.
Mutclnnson, a mile runner, and
Paul Squibb, manager of the track
TAKES AUTO RACE
Covert 250-Mile Course at
Sharonville in Two Houri
Gaston Chevrolet Third.
Cincinnati, O,, May 30. Louis
Chevrolet, traveling at an average
rate of more than 102 miles an hour,
captured the 250-mile international
sweepstakes automobile race at the
Sharonville speedawy today, his time
being two hours, twenty-six minutes,
forty-seven seconds, lie was only a
few seconds in front of his brother,
Gaston Chevrolet. Ira Vail was less
than a sixteenth of a mile behind the
second man. X he rtmamder of the
hdd was well strung out.
For just a moment while the racers
were on their 2J6th mile, it appeared
as thouRh Gaston Chevrolet would
carry off the prize, but tire trouble at
the last moment forced him into the
pit and he had to capitulate to his
brother, who had the distinction oi
going through the entire race with
out single stop St the pits.
Ralph DcPalma looked like t strong
contender for more than half the
journey. Engine trouble forced him
out of it after 150 miles.
tarl Cooper likewise ran into hard
luck with tire trouble, but managed
to continue'and finish seventh. Tom
Milton, who had been hanging within
a mile or two of the leaders during
the entire race, came strong toward
the end and captured fourth position.
Otto Henning was fifth and Eddie
The race was remarkably free from
serious accidents, ope caf catching
fire on the back stretch, but doing
little damake outside of destroying
the car. Another machine went into
fence on the lar turn ot the track,
but did no damage.
knginc trouble accounted tor sev
eral dropping out entirely in the
Rarev Otrlfielrl finished eighth in
the race, Ralph Mulford, ninth: A. H.
Patterson, tenth, and Joe I nomas,
Twentv-eight of the leading auto
mobile race drivers of America were
on the program, to start in the 250
milc race. The sum of $29,000 was
hung up in purses for the event, the
winnera share heing S12.500: second,
$6,000; third, $3,000, and fourth, $1,7.
List ot starters:
Louis Fontaine ...
Walter Haines ...
CI. M. ttwan
Omar Toft .......
Ralph De Palm. .
Pete Henderson .
Joe Thomas .......
Kddle Hearne , , . , .
Louis Chevrolet ...
Duvo Lewis .......
A. H. Patlrrson ..
Jules Pe Vlgnu ...
Barney Cldfleld . .
Rftlph Mulford ....
Gaston Chevrolet .,
Wllmer Monshen ..
Otto Henning ....
...M. K. I.. Hpeuial
. . . .Johnson Upsets!
Two Injured When Autos
Crash on Fort Crook Road
George Hughes of Council Bluffs,
la., and Herman Hart, 5016 Chicago
trt inii,ret in an alltnmnhite
accident about 2 o'clock this morn
ing near the Sarpy county line on tne
Fort Crook road when an automobile
trln k r..n,D HltOhoS rollided with
a car driven by Charles Patrick, 4142
South iwenty-mtn street, sir,
Hughes sustained a fracture of the
.I...H -..1 u .rn- II.,, was tnlor.d
in the right shoulder. Officers Shtt-
han, Sullivan, piemmg ana riaugnmaii
took the victims to the hospital in
!. n.t.n! MMd ,1,,, unr, attended
un. iiaiiwk am, - v
by Dr. R. R. Losey. The occupants
ot tlte Jiugnes ear were: nenry
Howes, 3024 Chicago street; Herman
24 Angelus apartments, and Clarance
Darling, 2UH soutn iinriy-sixtn
street. Those in the car driven by
Charles Patrick were: Bert Roberts,
May and Madge Miner, i weniy-sixin
and Harney streets.
SAY PRESIDEST CAN
END LIQUOR TRAFFIC
Prohibitionists Claim Material
Clause in Explosive Ship
ment Bill Gives President
Washington, May 30, Prohibition
ists called attention last night to a
prevision in the administration explo
sives' shipments' bill, completed in
committee of the whole by the house
during the day and put in a position
for passage, which they claim will
place in President Wilson's hands the
power to enforce nation-wide prohibi
tion. The measure, designed to give the
government broader power over pos
sible material for munitions, empow
ers the president to regulate the dis
tribution and use of smokeless
powder and other explosives, "and
the ingredients thereof." The house
prohibitionists declare that since alco
hol is used in making smokeless
powder, the president would be given
broad power over the liquor traffic
under the bill. It has not yet passed
Ban On Beer.
H the administration exercises the
prohibition powers proposed in the
food control bill, pending in congress.
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A modern society story with a rein
carnation theme and an army and
polo field setting.
Official government pictures will
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A stoiy of Marriage
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5 One that will Appeal to
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Bee Want Ads Bring
Best Results . :
it was authoritatively stated today, the
ban will fall upon beer, into the pro
duction of which goes about 52,000,-
000 bushels of barky every year.
The American people do not eat
barley, but their allies in France wilt
eat every bit they can get and for
each busscl of barley exported for
food, that much wheat can be kept for
A complete report upon the relation
of the liquor trade to the food sup
ply has just been compiled for Presi
dent Wilson after careful investiga
tion by an expert. It will be used in
connection wilh the new food admin
istration's work and in dealing with
all prohibition problems arising dur
ing the war. ,
The report is said to hold that the
manufacture of whiskey does not sub
stantially alfect the food supply, be
cause com is the chief ingredient and
the 32,1100,000 bushels of corn con
verted annually into whiskey is not
an appreciable part of the country's
yearly 3,000,000,000 bushel corn crop.
Anv interference with whiskey
manufacture by the administration,
therefore it is asserted will be to in-
1 sure an adequate supply of alcohol
for commercial and war purposes, not
as a food conservation measure.
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