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T7TF, OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. "APRIL 2?. 1009.
f.EAL ESTATE citt. ruTRnxT ron vn (Continued.) WALNUr-HILL HOME. t wfiiii; an tno1riV honse In fine condl tnr1; Vt fl: prire, t:.?. Jt WW VT ou ta tovrfete this property. ..CO. OAKLBEKG, , -! -1 N. T. "Lifo Bid. u)-M4!S .TfS: That beeUfiit brim of C. H. I. h r vi J for rale. Said o beat located reetileh. e Tiro pen y In town. '.On fj'rert'.rnut between ,'p . n1 motor rar. Perfect title. Ft gift targe rooms, bsth room. rlooeta. ellar, hslln. etc. Aft. kinds o( j'rult,. bsrn. pstur. wlndiuill; W lots. . Com tlx! ' 'n qutr r C. H. L fi)-MM a I hint in offer ew the pror-wir. ua u4 j v-... well rented. This Brwperty I owned by an eastern Tvartywho muat MIL THOMAS Jt'K Room 1. ot"- Eldr a , A VODKHN t-roont hou and brft. br- ,4m.b. rah Bt. s gyaa, , ; NORTH SIDE. . . yfcw l-ftJrm hn. mJ! modern pvt' t't. ,?itn'r oorth front, at 2ath and fm.iw Ba. Frio. S2.30O: eaT terma. A t-iianca to yet ft od home cheap. ; .C Cr. CAliLBEHG, . .911 N. T. Life Bid. , . .. .,r,.. ..... 0J-M62 tA! S3TATW TITLW TRTrST CO 11 .CUAS E. WILA4AJ4S0M. Pre. irr a uaTB ACT C& . eat. IHM. Promut aarvlce. Oet . our BrJc. Farnam. . li-4 i i ar 1 . vrw locat'on. J Bn)nnn R. E. Co.. 477 Brandela iUit- Boih pttonea. G2 I ' 'REAL ESTATE TAltlll'AJB HAfCH LAXO rOB 9 ALB ' teaaa Gariada Lands FIFTYTlIOUSAND ACRES At . A; OREAT SACRIFICE k .oMi 1 ..." - Muitt b'.iJcJ4 ta tracU of not lea than 1,00 acra. ' , : i ' Price cs reduced to a f igure that makea t'hla' tn hit 4Tttni ' In th Cf)diaa market 'loday. . . HERE'S A CHANCE . "f o lnVes( ,lA .i'r!Mfy flral claea land In on. - wernc:jnada bt diatrleta, now' twlnit opened up by tho new Trana Continental railway," the" Grand .Trunk Pa cific. Jf v" ' ' . Foe , fall jrtkvla-ra app7 or. writ Im mediately to ?: ' -T- - Tndinson Beattie, '. 7 ' Koine Hotel, Omaha f- . (3D) J7 3Rg , ' Jlsrlk- fiaksi.v , Cn th new C, M. 6t- P. Oast Rntlway. thruugu Adams county, Tuorth Daaoia. vrhlcli is attracung noroeaeekars to an vnexeelled farming country, Sunahin. (re coi. pure water, sure crop a bow and profitable occupation, for yoa. Land Lut fiO to M an acre row. Kasy terms. We have homestead relinquishments lur sale, ttwf Wm. H. Brown Co., Hajruea 01 Moti,.Ni-rta Dakota, w LaSaiia Sc. k. Iilcago, m. Mays tree. Men Hon tfts bafwr. Or wri.e yr iaandau. North L'ae kuia. etlioa. (W MAtt ' ' i geatb Daauaat. ; ' --:- ,- .: , OMl ofcolca farina, la eastern South Da ", hot lac.eala or cbsng.. iEaay, terms. K. .J. r'ks. Big Bloae Cuy. 11). - ' ' iStf M4 Mix -J . ...... v ' " ' ' ' HAVE got, th cbalcest farsn lands and honM'Mlrsus In Bouth Dakota: Information iree. X. Skrlver. MJI Dodge .St. Tel Itoug- las (301 7 2 4-aCRE Improved farm. Brown county, . dwtli Dakuta. X-ln-Uii per acre. Two smaiitf farma at bargain trkcea. 8e v 1 . tnl quarters ummiircved land. All fine lnsimt:nta ana. Mill stanfi cinsul ia- s pectloq. Caaa ,or Vtrms. Box ti, Aber US) iliii la (. Ooea, a., u. , V ' Cexaa. TBX'A8LAND'S How to get them. Bend ll.flO to R.- C: tAmax. Austin', Texas for rnpyof Texas Land Law and instructions htw l miy. .1 vaa tor tea years chief of land department state treasurer's office. Know the lands, when they come on tha market." hoe te grt'thera for my clients, frtefoeeace: A nut in National bank, Austin, Texas, riest lands to he sold next three HBOfirm Fes'reasoaahle. 1 ? - - 10r-M39t M27x Waaklagrtaau ; . ; , FTiH S.,I.F-63 seres plna timber In .'enat chee valley, central W'aahington. eho.ca opportunity for small company f manu facture lumber and fruit boxes. Fur In- . fmS-atHisj. a.l,lree P, Pny.ler, 1TW Wtt 3d fiL. Lavoiiport. J.. (3r M 'VA tx MtaenHsaMSii wrBTERM LAND, larg and small tracts: sal and axchaag. Nailunal Invt-to, asa Braadeis Biagv tap) lag REAL ESTATE LOANS :M TO lly.wAt maoe promptly, a". . t tai b.ua.. lata and firuum. L. Wead, t-a.s FR1VATK MONET NO DJS.LAT. UAtiVaN fciio.. Kma FARNAM, HONaY TO LOAN On tmpraved city prop. ert; bull lUJg luans a st eviaity ; na delay. W, is. 1 comas, suJ 1st sat I is a. Hid. iti m;i ah 14 PER CENT money ta loan en aactera Nebraska farms aua goud buaiaesa g4a jty Mi On Ana. AUiicO C. KENNEDY. First euotiaJl Bang BuutUcg; ' Tela. - pauua Duugiaa 4a, - i22 n LOSS on tnvgiravad Omaha property. O seef It. it. Ca, liU N. X. Life b.-lg. ' ' ti LCVt&T RAIAJt-Bamla. Paxtoa Block. IniVATS 0iI-CAH ON HAND-NO- Dr. LA If. - H- lai 1'UEN. y.-t 1T ' NA. bLiAi. iti, LoUO Li . ' ' .- . -s,a W ANTLD City' loans an warrants. W. f araauu Sotiih t C.. iuO I area m St. i a kOMl ta Wan en Imprcved city pro party. , Has-.iags 4k aiefdeu. Lus Faroaoi be ..-' u! art' WAMll-City kaaa. Patera Tr-iet Co. U-.4 Ho at TO LOAN-., ane Inveaiar .nt Co. , :r WAITED TO RENT W ANTKI Thiee db furnished rooms by young man nd- moi.-icr. Aii.lreaa Pn, -m work' b 'djr n- So ?ti uir - ki.j-iij-.a isx WANTED TO CwSROV vr A VT to borrow 13 otyi at rr rerr fn nm rem worm aivsi. ni WANTED TO CUT W A N TE IV-To bur nacordhard furnHort, cwk and heating atavea. carpwt Uno- leurna etrirs furniture, it cioinee. quins A-nd all kinds of tool or will bug tha furniture nf your house complete. TM highest rrtce raid. Cell the rlht mm T. Douglas J27L Inarvctldent A-"L BF.3T rrlc paid for 2dhnd rurtMt-jr. ear- peta. stoves, doming, mow. "i " t2&)- Mat unnwiRir. Implement, merchandise nl drv goods storks wanted: have owners of ood lands tht want deals on caan Val ue; Itlve full dUUl m Iiret l"lPr or nn attention paid Address F. M. Joxltn. Frederick. B. D. . (-M3?4 4 uxiizzi snn m lcst tmnm tr'ow wr trios and roitomci SU3.C3 nvana roc ratara te Cackley Broaw 10tk ana Cpttol mo QvssTiojia Airsrzo. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS National Land Co. to Geo. W. Oar- lorh. Inert lot 1, block 3. Sweeeey'a addition t 1.71 O. F. Merrtson to Bll A. Burt, lot 1. blork 10. Plainvlew 1 J. K. Brewer to Soph I B. Oafford. lot S. block 77, South Omaha 1.W4 B. Reed and husband to Carl O. Bone, part lot 10, block i, IrmJie a addi tion 00 Auiruetua P. Cloyd and wife to John A. Thall. lot . block 77. Mayne'a ad dition to Orchard Hill 1.37S t. 8. Leavltt and wife to Fred Hill. w.V lot Its, block t, Bhull'a second addition in Same f Albert Hill, FV4j same io9 H. I. Flunkelt to Weelley H. De- France. 8.H lot 6, all lot , Morsman Park 1.750 David McAelan to Vlda, Coffin, tract , in oe.H is-iti-ij 1.509 Oatea H. Rheam to Aanea Pattrtn, K. lot t, block "Q." Ixiwe'a addi- tion t i L704 David A. Thomas to MeCau lnveet- ment fo., pert lot Z, block 7, K. V. -Bmlth'a addition 1 County treasurer to Ellery Hume, lot 1. block &, Orchard liitl Charlea E. Roechert and wife to Equitable Truat Co.. part lot 7, block a, Kounlse'a 4th aupplemen--tary addition L4(K Mary Gtletad and husband to Ida L. Rylen lot 4, block 7. Bedford Place. J.40J J. A. Mclntyre and wife to Anton Zis- tovsky, lut 5. Ludwick Place... 154 Lisxte Persona to Frank J. Persons. part lots 1 and 2, block S4. Soutlk Omaha, : M. Persons to M. Benson, lot S, block , ShriVer Place Western Investment Co. to Hugh Mc Caffrey. kt s. block I, and other lots. Otia Place 1W) Tukey Lend Co. to Alice Goodell Mil lie, lot 3. block 10. Clifton Hill. Lee Gitmon to Walter Wlxenbaukh. part tax lot 17. ne.V (rw.H 22-16-U. i.7( Benson Land Co. to Albert Davis, lots 11 and li. Mock 29, Benson JW County treasurer to J. Fred Smith, lot IK,, block 12, and lot 11, block 3. Omaha View extension Same to Rose "Rooney, lot 9, block 1, Psrk Forest , Bteila Chapman Morrison to Lucea McCulbouah. part lot , block 19, E. V. Smith s addition ftO CrJted Real Kstate and Trust Co. to urace ca'rna, - lot is. diock ,, Kounta Place 708 Tota GOVERNMENT NOTICES HEADQl'ARTERS DEPARTMENT OF the Misfteuri. Office Chief Commissary, Oiuaha, Neb.. April 15, 1908. Sealed pro- Ipusais, m tnpitcste, ror rurnisning ana ae- I .very to the commlssartea at the following tHts, v ix. r ort. trooa,. aeo-i ran ues Viotnes, la, JefTerson Barracks, ato.; Fort leaven worth. Ksn.; U. S- MiUtary iTison, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; Fort MacKensie, Wvo.: Fort Meade. 8. D.: Fort Omaha, NfU:-Fort Riley. Kan.: Fort Robinson. Neb.; Fort D. A. Runeell. Wjo, and Fort Wsshakle, Wyo.. such quantitlea of fresh beef and mutton for the period comranCing July I. 1V and ending December iK lm Jr as may ba required by the commissaries at the several posts above named, and In accordance wfth stiaclflcationa and condi tions set forth In circular jo. 4, War De partment. Office of the Commissary Hee lers! V. 8. Army, Washington, D. C. March 77, lvv. will be received at tnis or nee until 11 o dock a. m. May , 1mA and then opened. FUU Infomiatioa, blank proposals, guarantee bonds and copy of circular No. 4, above referred to, can be had on apftilea- tton to this office or the poet commissary at any ef the posta name.!. IQnvelopes con taining proposals must be marked "Pro posals for Fresh Reef and Mutton, to be opened May Jt. 1, and be addressed to the undersigned. T. B. Hacker. Captain, commissary i. a. Army, cniet cot.tmisaery CONSTRt'CTlNG QUARTER MASTP7RB Office, Fort Meade, ri. L., April 30, 19". Bealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re ceived at this office until IV a" m., moun tain time. May ISxjg. and. then opened, for constructing 1 set of commanding ar fleers' qusrters, t double set of lieutenants' quarters, 1 set of bachelor officers' guar tars, 1 band barrack and 1 admlntstrattoa building, sud for tnstajling plumhtng. steam heating, electric wiring and electric light ing fixtures in buildings specified, 'plana snd specifications may be seen by Intend ing bidders gt tbe offices of the chief quar termaster. Department of the Missouri, Omaha, Neb.; Department of tne Colorado, Denver, Colo.; Department of the Lakes, Chicago, III.; Department of Dakota, St. Paul. Minn.; Depot ' Cjuartermumer, St. Louis, Mo., snd this office, at which latter place all Information may be obtained upon application. The United States reserves tha right to reject any or all bids, or to ac cept any part of a bid that uiav ba ad vantageous to the government. Envelopes containing proposals should ba endorsed ' Proposals for Public Buildings, etc.. Fort M-le. S. D..". and addressed It L C WCHEREK, Captain and Quartermaster. Fourth Cavalry. Constructing Quartermas Ur. Ap4-A--E-MyJI-il TFF1CE CONSTBCCTING Q CARTE R- MASltR. Fori Leavenworth. Kansas. April 2s, 1j. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will b received here until ll:i a m.. Cen tral time. May -JJ. lg. and then opened, for constructing tne fallowing buildings. In cluding plumbing, heating, electric wiring and eleitric lighting flxturva: Two sets Field Officecs quarters and three double sets Captains' Quarters, at Fort Leaven worth. Kansas. Full information and blank forma of proposal furnished on auolicariun to tins office. Plans and specifications may urn merit utrrr-, aim in oi rues of Chief vj.jar- terrnaster at Omaha, St. Paul and Denver and Depot Quai lermaater, S&int Louis. United tltatea reserves the right to accept or reject any or all pronoaala or any part thereof. Envelopes to b endorsed "Pro poaais for Public Buildings" and addreaeed i vapiain liuain Li. iavia. Quarter- uiaaiar. A2-ar-3U Ml-iU-il rnurviBAj-!... o. ULFARTMENT OF Agiicuiture, Offii-a of the Secretary Waahingtan. D. C. Arpll ju. l-8ealed" propoaais will be received at the office of the disbursing clt-rk until 2 n m ,1.1 ,1 .. . , n . e ' mmj i, it,. iur rurmaning supplies fur the use of the foreet service aunng ine hbth year ennmg June 50, as follows: tj'ationery and offl.e lunnh..' furniture, Irsiruments. telephone wire snd fix'urva Delivery to he made at the forest st-rvue supply depot st Oaden. 1'uh k.,i Information furnuued on applica'hm to the disbursing clvrk. Hids must be sealed snd saaresaeu to tne aecreiary 01 agriculture, in scieruanre wiin instructions given on scneauies. anau n iuhja, eecrerery " " ' AJB-iMl-ll CONSTRUCTING QUA RTKRM A 8TFR S tittu-e. Kv,rt Meade, d. D.. April -i2, 1J. ovnif.i iiii'ii,wai. ah ipi:caie, will De 1 frnJ at ii.ia olfWe untd Mi a. m . mountain time. Mv lisvs. and then opened, tor csfli rue ung one concrete root house re inforced ith steel. Plane snd specifica tions msr be een at tits aifices of tne Chief Quar'ertr.aaier. Department ef tne MiMiiii. Omaha, ?n.. l irtment of lu Lakes. Chicago, Li-. Department of li. kuia, St. Paul. Miun., ami tn.s office, at win, h latter place all information may be obtained utxu aupiu-atuin. The United Siitfs reserves ti.e right to reject aoy or an ui.ie. or 10 accept any part of a bid that may be edvaniageoua to tha govern nient tuvelops cmtaLnlng proposals tui.j r vii.hjrnetl loi". Ynri M,.4j,, 4 . r .,r. t'rj I t V. rqhcr.r. ( attain. iU Q r r s n'ai -r. ...i 1 n Ltv.i; .. 1 r . r ;: u( QuarttrtEj-tt-r. AJi-.SJlij iii 11KGIX DEFEATS CHAMPS Oman Ties it Up in the Ninth, but Green'i lien Come "Be With One. HOIXEJOECK 13 TOO GEXE20TTS A I lews Tea tk Llsels Mew Walk a4 Tia, Mlsed T Wltk Hit mm Errvra, Cewts tbe . ( LINCOLN. April r. For hundred ahlr rin baseball enthuMasta saw Lincoln and Omaha, play a close game, this afternoon, which the locale son by a seor of to & The. wind was co4d and Krone ard errors were frequent. Omaha sed threa pttcbers and Hineabeck'a wlldneaa wrobaoiy cost them the cum. After the visitors had tied the score in the ninta, ones relieved Bonno, and his two-base, hit drove la tu winning run. Score: LINCOLN. AR R. H. O. A. Fox. lit 1 j 4 Oaanler, ss. 1 4 T King-. If. a a i a Fenlon. rf S 1 a Thomas, lb f I " 11 1 Davidson, rf. ( g g g Reddk-k, (s J - 1 g 1 1 Pulltvan. e. 1011 Hotwio, p. 1 l g g i jones, p. x g i g g Total .......30 . OMAHA. AB. R t 27 U O. u A. S 1 1 0 Hiden. rf. a King. a. Autrey. lb 4 Mousenolder, IX 3 Welch, cf. 4 Franeka.' lb .. Austin. 3b ..... . . 1 I ? 1 londona. e. ... T. 4 Rassn, p. .... i 2 Hollenbeck. o. UalL p. ....... Total jj 1 I M If 4 None out when winning run scored. Lincoln 1 1 1 g g i a 1 1 Omaha g 0 1110 S Three-bag.. hits: Fox. Oamhler. Twn- bs hits: Fenaoa. Thomas, Jones. House holder. Austin. Double play: Fox to Oaa nler to Thomas. Sacrifice hits: Canter. FOX. HO'lseholder. Austin. Mtnlen hxeee- Fenlon 2), Thomas (l. Reddtck (2), King or Omaha. Bases on balls: Off Raa-aa. 1; Off Hollenbeck. K; off Hall. 1. Btruck out: By Brtnno, 1: by Hollenbeck. 1. Hit bv pitched ball: Hollenbeck. L Passed bail: Bullivan, ' 1. Umpire: HaskelL Time of gamer 1:5. Attendance: . DEM VER ' 19 THEKIS W1TK STICK GlTg Pitcher Wllllaaas at StSaaz City m, Tired Feellag. DENVER- 'Colo.. Anrll 27. Cnnaeputlve hitting by the Denver men won the a-ama this afternoon. Williams, for Sioux Citv, was not In the best of form. Olmstead was r Itching strongly, most of the balls hit by he visitors going high In the air. The features were three fast double plavs made by Sioux City and there came very "ear being another. AB. R. H. O. A Tt Caseedy. If 1 119 Waldron, rf.. I 1 3 1 0 1 Downie. sa 3 0 4 3 White, lb 4 1 1 ' Relden, cf 4 3 3 110 Irwin, 3b 4 13 11 Ijmterbor-n, lb 4 1 3 1 1 A Zalusky. c 4 1110 Olmstead. p 4 1 1 9 Totals . . .. 3S 10 BIOUX CITT. AR R. 14 n ia H. 1 0 O. A. E. Campbell. If... 4 4 4 Holmes, 30.... Andreas. - 2b... Weed, rf Spencer, cf.... Severeld, lb... Granville, ss.. Shea, e Williams, p... Ttglr"-......'...m "J " S 14 Denver 1 4 I Sioux City- t 0 0 1 l4-- 4 10 01 Two-has, hits: Belden. Zalusky. Home run: White. Stolen base: Holmes. Sac- rifice hit: Downie. Bases on be'ls: Oft Olmstead. 1: off Willis ms. 1. Struck out: By Olmstead. 4: by Williams. 3. Left on bases : Denver. 4; Sioux City. 4. First base on errors ;. Denver. 1; Sioux City 1. First Double plays: Granville to Andreas: An drea a to Granville to Severeid: Holmes to Andreas to bevereld. Time: 1:36. Umpire: Brennan. PUEBLO OCTHITS DEI MOtXKS Tare Slagrtea. a Saarifie and aw Er ror la Faartfc Tsrai Trlrk. PVEBLO, Colo.. ' April 17. Jackson out pitched Clarke and Pueblo easily won the opening game from Des Moines by ths score of to 2. Des Moines took the lead of two runs Id ths first two innings. Ia tha first, with one down. McLrar hit a three-bagger to right field and scored on Mattlck's fumble. In the second Inning Dwyer opened with a three-bagger to right foield and scored when Clark dropped a throw, at first. Pueblo took, two In the same Inning on Patterson's three-bsgger to left, singles by Clark and Neihoft and Flournoy'a error. Tbe locals won m the fourth when' singles by . Smith, Neihoff and Galgano. . a sacrifice. McLaughlin's error and some good base running netted four runs. Jackson was invincible after the second inrang. The score: . DES MOINES. AB. R. H. O. A. .E. Anderson, sa 403 1 MrLear. rf 4 110 0 0 1 1 0 Flournoy, If 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 a, 1 1 4 McLaughlin, ef. 4 Dolan. 2b 4 3 Dwyer. lb , Dexter, So t eager, c 4 4 1 Clarke, p. . Totals ... U 2 PUEBLO. AB. R. H. O. A. 3 E. Spencer. If. .. . 0 0 3 a 1 1 1 1 3 3 IS 3 2 1 r 4 Bulnnger.' rf. Maitkks, cf. Pattereon. 2b Clark, lb Smith, c. .... 2 Neihoff. ss. .. Galftano, 3b . Jackson, p. . Totals ( 1 Is ... ..I 1 .. 3 Des Miynea .. 0 1 Pueblo " Three-base hits: McLear, Dwyer, Patter son. Double plays: Neihoff to Clark, An derson to Dwyer. Left on banes: Des Moines. 1; Pueblo, (. Sacrifice hits: Clark- Spencer, Neihoff. Struck out: Bv Jack son. 4; by Clerk. 4. Base en balls: Oft Jackson, t. off Clark, A Time: 1 3s. At tendance: l,3Mt. Umpire: Davla. DeSsaat Maa reuse Taaaa. SfOUX FALLS. S. D.. April 17. 4 Special. What Is expected to prove ene ef the best amateur ball teams In eastern South Da- kora lias been placed In the field by the busineaa men 01 ixtumet, wno nave com pleted tha work of erganlslng a base ball aaaocialion. The association has a good working capital and will back the team the utmost. The team will conaist wholly f home players, with the possible excep tion of a pitcher, who. II occasma oemands, will be secured from outside. At a buai- neas meeting of the Pes met business men. vtlio nave takes stock in the association. the following officers were elected: Presi (Sent, Charles P. Warren: secretary and manager. C, B. Lemon; treasurer, L. f, Aitfillisth. Lseky far Cetaaxbla Jaalera. Tbe Mid-Clrvs defeated the Can Rushers by a score of 3 to 1 la a t welve-lnnmg tame Sundsy. They were supposed ta play ma coiumoia juniors, but tnev o ! no hoW up. Batteries: Mld-Cltya. Homan and Whitney; Can Rushers. Hill and Burns. The 4fi.l-'i!e aeui.l like tt bear from teams In Omaha or South Omaha li years O! see for bundav gamea Aiidreaa Frank Baliivan, Mil North feixteentb street. Suuia Omaha Rltaaaaa Oaee ta Uakalsesa. Pa Rourks has fatmed out Ritsman te the Oaaalooaa team tt the luwa btate league, ao ti:.t player did not start tilt the team on the western trip when tne team left for Lincoln Monday morning. Rourks still has a claim on Kitxman and he will be called back next year if ba shows good mis season. Kiversiaea waata Gasaaa. - 1 The Kiversidca weuld like te hook games ' it n an y leanv in tn c!t v and are an 1 tu bar from lue Vi; iS.a'.s. lavuu-ibia STANDING CF THE TEAMS. WEST. AMER. ASV. w.Lrvi. W.UPrt. Denver , 10 Omaha 7 Mil City .. pee Moines. I IJncoin 4 Pvebls 1 3 ,ts Colurnbug ..11 1 4 . Tolerto 3 3 4 lnd n p Us .31 1 .411 Imtvvllle .. 7 S I .r1 Milwaukee . 7 . Kan. Citv... 3 Minne n lis . 1 Ft. FSIil .... 1 NAT L LEAOrK. AMER. LEAOl'B. W.LPrt. W.L.rc: Chleago 7 J ,7-4 New Tor ..7 4 Nw Tor . T 4 Cleveland .. 4 . tt. Uoun ... T i rlilla T ( 4 . pnston g g ,4M Chteero g .4: tetm4t 1 7' I .lag Washing n . 3 I Pittsburg ... g Brooklyn ... f pnatnn ( Clncinnat .. t PhilSL g St. Louis .. t . ..3 .51 . .173 OAMR9 TODAY. W'eatern Leaanie Omaha at Lincoln. De Moines st PueoWv Sioux City at Denver. Nstlonal League-New Tork at Boston. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Pittsburg at Chi cs iro. Bt. Lonia at Cln' lnnatl. American League fetrntt at Cleveland. Washinatnn at Philadelphia, Boston at New Terk. adelphla. Boston at New Tork. American Aocte ton Milwaukee at To-le-lrt Kansas City at Columbus. St. Paul at Ipdiaaapolta, Minneapolis at Louisville. Rangers, Tlsers, FTemonta. Hoetors and Hoffman. Address all challenges to Mike Dtneen. K4 North Twenty-fifth avenue, or phone Douglas 4471 between and 7 in the evenings. GAME IX THE AMKRICAX LIACTI PBdladrlphla Wlaa 1 Frwea Waahlag taa. Tst tm Oae. . PHILADELPHI. April 17. Fast fielding by both teams kept tha scores down in to day's game, which was won by the Phila eVIphlas from Wsshlngton by 1 to 1. Hughes' base on balls proved very costly and fig-tired In each of tbe home team's runs. Harrv Davie Irt he second lnnlna engineered the first trit steal ever seen In an American league game here. With the bases filled Davis ffored from this nn a ball which wan a . trifle ta high for Warner to get in hla bury ta tag the run ner, street was put tit of the game in the third Inning for kicking on called balls. Score: PHILADELPHIA. '' WABHIKOTOM. B H.O.A C. I.I O.ll. Hartml. If... I S Milan. rf I 1 Klrela, t Colllas. ... t Pavia It ... I Minrby. Ib... Smith, e t Cwnrfee, rf . . I OKrlns. rf... 1 Tickers, s. ... I 111 eflanler. If.... 4 III Pelehaatr. I 4 ST Oirsr. rf.... t 1 J GFreeiMS, U. 4 1(1 estr. 1 1 1 11 1 14 SWarner. ....! O I 41 4ohioli. J .. t 1 111 MrBri4e. m..t 1 1 Hte, a....! Toula. .24 4 It U Haim. g..;,,. S AKiwr ...... 11 Ptrkw1ag ... t 4 Total... M U IX 1 Ratted for Hughes In eighth. B sited for Shipke in ninth. Washington 1 Philadelphia ........ L0 0 0 Hits: Off Hughes. 1 ta seven Innings; off Smith. 1 In one Inning. Two base hits: Ganley. Slilpke. McFrkte. Sacrifice hits Nichols, Murphy. Milan..-Warner. Stolen base:. Davis. Coombs. Oldrlng. Delehanty. Double piav: Oldring to Smith. Lett on bases: Washington. :" Philsdelobla, 5. Bases on bsl'.s: Off Hughes. I : off Vlckers. 2. First base On erroa: Washington. 1. Struck out: By Tickers:- a. Time- 1:4. Umpires; Hurst and Connolly. v .laps Wis Prttsa Tigers. . . CLEVF.LAND. O,, April 27.-Cleveland de tested De4mtt today. J , to L Chech out- pitching M alloy. HilU. who substituted for Turner, mad three errors preventing Cleveland shutting out Detroit. Turner has thrown his arm out and may be out of the game for soma lime. Soora: - CLEVaXAXD. 1 DETROIT. B H O A E. g.H.O.A.K 1. Ctarxa It. 4 1 IS Mcintrr. )f..l 1 4 Bradley, .. I 1 Sjot.1I, lb... I 111 I BSraatfrer. Xk., I e f 1 rravfanl. cf.. t I I I ra(a. rf 4 4 T IRnaemaa. Ik. 4 1 Lajsle. 114 gl Kill. as.. .411 tlarta. .. 4 1 t f CoMtiita. .l 1111 girta'kaa. at I 1 2 sa-kmMt, b... 4 1 1 I 1 Klnrhmaa, rf. I Caeca, p. t STLeary, ar... 1 I eMoltay. p.... I TMala......!? 1 XI a Totals 11 4 24 U Cleveland 0100101 Dojroit A 0 ... 0 1 01 Basa on errors: Detroit, X Two base hits: N. Clsrlta. Btovan t?; rSarr-loa. httar Brad- lev. Latoie. Hlnchman. ..Sehaefer.. Stolen bases: Bradley, Plovall' iZ), , Double play: uradiey ana stovaii. tiase on usiis: cnecti. Maliov. 2. nit by Ditcher: By Minor. Bradley. Left on bases: -Detroit. : Cleve land. . Struck out: By Chech, S; by Malloy. 2. Time: 1:3. Umpire:, O Loughiln. Tlew Yarat Saiata Oat Hwataa. NEW TORK. April 27. Chasbro's clever box work was mainly responsible for the victory which New Tork won today from Boston. 1 to 0. The winning run waa made in tha sixth inning on a single by Nlles. Thoney'a error and Keeler'a timely hit. score: NKW TOBK. BOOTOM. B.H. O.A E. B.H.O A. Htles. Ib .. ..4 111 rkmr. If... t 1 Keetrr. rf....4 1 Ur4. Ib . 4 1 1 tKakl. If 1 1 4McH.li. cf... I I Klbarfeld. ss. I 4 I loeMlee. rf...l I Cttaa. lb 1 1 I 4 L. aorta. .. I 4 4 H.oipftlll. cf. I lleeiaub. lb.. I 111 1 I Coaror. lb... I 4 11 4 Wasaer. a. . . I 1 1 Klrtnow. a... I 1 SCrleer. I 4 11 Cbesbra. a.... 1 1 4 1 Winter. p....l 1 1 I McCesaaU ..1144 Totals t 4IT14 1 - ToUU 24 1 14 M 1 Batted for Winter In ninth. Boston 4 0 0-4) New Tork ..0 0 1 1 Stolen base: Eherfeld. Uft on bases: Boston. 1; New York, 4. First base oa bKlls: Off Winter, L First btsr on errors: Bos ton. 1; New Tork. 1. Btruck out: By cnesbro, : oy winter, j. .Time: i:. Um pire: Sheridan. Wfelte Sax Defeats Br a. was. ST. LOUIS, April 27. Chicago won ths third game ef tha eerlea from the St Leuls Americans, today to-4. gt. Louis Jumped oa Owen la tha ninth and. drove htm from tita box. soonag- threa - runs. Smith relieved bun. Scorn: 4 Chicago. sr. uort. H.O A S B H.O A g Doagkerty. Ill I I I rlonsiaa. rf . 4 1 4 ' T. Jeaea. St.. I 4 4 C. Joaaa. cf . . 4 t 1 4 Dan, lb 4 1 S 1 si oae, it 111 Aadanoa, rf. 4 I I 4 fwuiiaau. 3b. 4 1 1 Mwaaaa, ta. I I s swauaee, as. ..I 1 At.a I t 1 I 1 r-rrn. lb. ... 4 1 1 1 1 Taonealll. lb. 4 1 1 1 IT. Joaaa. lb. I It 4 falliraa. ... 1 Seenrer. a. ... I 4 4 1 Owes. 4 14 1 Hmll. ... I f - raits, p Cnta 1 1 Tocala. 14 M It 1 ratal H M 27 U Batted for Howell in ninth. Chicago 0- j i g t 0 J 4 St. Louis 0 110001-1 Two baae hits: Crtsa. C Jones. Stone (?) Donahue. Three bare hit: Hoffman. Hits off Owen, W in eight and two-thirds In nings: off Smith, none In one-third innina. bacrince nits: spencer U). t. jonea, Dona hue 12). Stolen bases: C Jones, Dougherty Owen. Double plsys: Wallace. Jones : J. Jones and Tannehill; Davis, Ala and Dona hue. Left on bases Chicago. : Bt. Lnula. I. tuses on nans: err noutn, l: off Howell 3: off Owen. A Struck out: By Smith. 1 by Owen, g; by Howell. A Time: 2:10. Um pire: fcvsns. HOLLTS DEFEAT VAL BLAT1 Caaae latereatlagt Daagdta rae Saara la' 13 te . that Although old Boreas sent forth a cale of sleet the Holly and Vat Blata nines battled a full rifie innings out on the Twenty, eighth and Pinney streets diamond. In tbe end the Holly's seoured a victory by a U to 0 score, yet the game waa so fast and Interesting that the small crowd ef fsns were kept on tba ua vlv all through the contest. ncor: HOiXT. YAL BLATA B.H.O A. a. B H.O. A K.liy. "ik... Bik. It... atarear. a. 6irMa. ... nniksia. : Iwt. lb.... 4.1oaar. rf. 1 1 1 Yeans, a.. 14 eoier. rf. t Henry, lb... 4tK-ir. Ik... T. Foley. If. ic.dy. lb... Haietaa, 4. 1 II hartaiB.a. cf 4 sUAaama, g I HliT, p ..ii4ii i m ii Total 11 I R M I Totals at 1 M 4 Earned runs: Holly. 7. Twa-base hits Murphy. Mc Andrews. Stolen bases: Kelly Black 111. Murphy, Gibson Clt. Gillnam falconer. Double plays: Harahoian tu Stm-Bi riickey to Hermesson to Henry. riru a out: By aic.ntrws. n; oy Hu aey lit. Ftrat baae on balls: Off McAodraws. 2; eff Hickey, li- Hit by pushed ball: by Mickey, a ' Frexenat Jaalara Defaat Baesei. HOOPER. Nb.. April 2a. tSpedaXr-Tha Fremont Juniors won from H orr yester day by tne score of 3 to 2. Botn pitchers pitcbeg fine bail, but At & lone ol rreauunt nan tne nest or ta argument, 'f ne game waa piayea auring a snowstunm. ticnre R.H E Hooper I 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 4 I rtmocit 8' 3 01 Batteries: Fremont, ilaione and Uaughb ilouticr. I4iia and Jciaa. NEW I0RR SDUTSOIT BOSTON Only Haas ia Grr.e Ar Kade ta thf Eijtth Iniiuj. VBITI5Q TEAM SC0SES TfTiCZ Tws Hits, a tar rl flea aad Erewr lr Rlekey Are RespeaalUe Teaay Clvea Ovallan by las. taa Frleada. BO8TON, April 27. -New York shut out Boston In a pitcher's battle today, S to In ths eighth Inning two hits, a sacrifice and Ritchev'a error gave New York, the only mns of the game. Tenney was given a great reception when he stepped to the plate and waa presented with a traveling bag; by hla Boston friends. Score: NSW YOP.K. OtTOM. B H.O A g a h o a g. skaaaae, rf . . 4 see 1 14 1 1 I 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 4 Igrnvite. rf... 4 t Teaney, lb... 4 Pnalto. U.... 4 Seyimwtr, ef . . 4 Breenakaa. e .4 Perns, lb ... I Nh-klla. Ih... 4 Pn.tw.ll. M . 1 Matkeaaoa, I 9 ftnetnaont, cf. 4 St 4 hatea. If 11 Keller. Ik... I 4 14 3 SRIIcker. lb. . t 1 S 4 Dakle. aa... 1 t 1 Sweefiar. n , I 4 4 3 egnwermea, e. S 4 4 4 townf. s 3 i MrUaas ... I s s e Totals. I I R It 1 . -retain :t 1 17 II 1 'Batted for Toung In ninth. Boston v-9 New Tork 0 0 0 9 0 J (1-1 Stolen base: Bowerman. Left on bases. Boston, 2; New Tork, i. Base on balls: Off Young. 1. Bane on errors; Boston. 1: New York. 2. Struck out: By Young. 2; hy Mathewson. 4. Time: 1:1s. Umpire: Emnlle. It eds Easy for Cardinals, CINCINNATI, April r.-Errors by Cincin nati and the hard hitting of the visitors gave t. ioiils an ensy victory this after noon. Misjudged flies by Barry and Murray were responsible for the runa scored By Cincinnati. Score: 8T. Loll. nHCfNXATI. B.H O A C B.H.O A S. Brrne, IS.... 4 11 IHtiailna. lb. .14 14 1 Brr rf. 4 114 OLakcrt. If... 1 4 4 4H.nil. lb... II SSckiei. . .. II SMowrer. tt. 1 1 fPa.kerl. tf. 114 lHulawnt, as. Ill tewing, p 11 tfid. 1.... .14 4 Murrar. ef I telekaatr. If. I Knnetrkr. Ik. 4 0 ure, s. I Hnaiatter. t.. 4 Gilbert. 2b.... 4 Bertie, s f .4 I 11 4 I I I 1 I 1 l' 4 MrtSilTrmy ..40 14 If I I I Totals. Total.... Batted for Spade in ninth. Cincinnati ... 1 0 St. Louis 0 1 M 7 27 14 I 0 0 -2 4 4-4 Two-base hits: Mitchell. Gansel, Mowrey. Three baae hits: Oanaet. Detehanty, ORourke. Sacrifice hits: Konetchy, Hos tetter. Btolen bases: Hugglns, Iwbert, Mur ray (2). Bases on balls: off Ewlng. 2; off Spade. 2; off Bee be. 1. Struck out: By Ewlng, 2; by Bee be, 3. Hits: Off Ewlng. In five and one-third Innings; off Spade. In three and two-thirds innings. Time: l:ai. Umpire: O'Day. . Qaakers Defeat Daggers. BROOKLYN. April 27. Brooklyn after Winning three straight from New York, succumbed today to Philadelphia, the visi tors winning. to k. Both sides fieloed loosely, hut Philadelphia excelled in hltt'.ne. forctng Bell to retire in favof of Mclntyre in the third Inning. Score: PHILADELPHIA. BROOK LT. B.H. O.A g. B.H.O. A E Rnahe. Tb.... I 1 1 4 OBatte. tb.. I 1 I I Oram. Jfc II Tltua. rf Ill M.tre.. If t 1 I Owborn. rf . .. 4 1 I Braaleld. lb 4 r Itonlla, .... 4 14 fiootn. e I I McQoillla, svl 1 1 I 1 Malonar. ct. 4 Bir-k. rf ... 5 SJorrlan. Ik... 4 osiiaekan. lb. 1 4Hustaeil. If. 4 llewla. s..., I 4 2 1 4 1 I 1 Bersea, o 1 t 4Lamly . 1 4 1 4 1 Bitter, a I li rr ti t wen. p Mrletrr., f . . I ' ' Alparsiaa ... 1 a I 4 1 4 4 4 Total. . Total M 7 17 12 1 Batted for Bergen In fourth tuning. Batted for Mclntyre in ninth Inning. Philadelphia 4, 1 0-4 Brooklyn 0 1 l 0 3 Two base hlta: Tltua. Osborne, Dooiln, Pattee. Three base hits: Maloney, Hits: Off Bell S, in two and one-third Innings; off Mclntyre. a in elx and two-thirds Innings. Sacrifice hits: Branafleld, Sheeban. Stolen bases: Marree. Dootin. Burch. Lewis. Lum- ley. Double, play; Lewie, PnUca and J or- dam-' Left on bases: Philadelphia, 8; Brook- iii. a. oaaeai on oaus: t.irt stcintyrei 4; of McQulllin, 4. Base on errors: Brooklyn. Struck out: By Bell. 1: bv McUuiliin. 4: Passed ball: Dooiln. Time: 1:47. U'mnlre Klem. - - Caaaa Pantsmaesl. At Chicago Plttsburg-Chtcago BAme aost- poned, on account of cold weather. FAT C AltS AT FORT OMAHA llgrnal Carpa Wlaa frasa Tawnseads la Thlrteeatk. Tba Signal corns defeated the Townsend Gun company In a fsst and interesting game Sunday at Fort Omaha. For thirteen innings tha contest lasted, and finally tha Intr-Clty leaguers returned to their homes a disappointed bunch of player. Although the weather was cold for fast ball play ing, a large and enthusiastic crowd cheerad ne players for thirteen long In nines and were well repaid for their efforts bv see- eral fast double p7ays and acme hard slug ging, to say nothing of the clean fielding and sensational catches by both teams. At the er.a or tne sixth inning, with the score a tie, both teams tightened up and tha bitter contest which followed ended only In the thirteenth inning, when Sherer grove one to geep renter and scored on a single by Strider assisted by a poor throw oy wngni , Aa this waa the first time ' the Signal corps waa up against an Inter-City league team great interest was shown by an the amateur fana in the city and tt waa plainly demonstrated that all the fast teams ar not la1 the City league. 1 nis is ten siraignt gsmes iot ma Dignsi corps without a break. The next game at Fort Omaha will be on Satarday, May 2, with th Union Paclflca. Score: lONAL conn. TOWMENDS B.H.O. A C. B H.O. A B. Halbe. e I 4 IT 1 4Atkia. ...! 1114 Mapper, as... 4 11 Sharer, tb... 4 I I 1 B.aea, lb I II 1 1 Illiott, lb... (14 11 Dvorak, tl -aa 4 114 4 Brows, e.. . 4 ( 1 1 Quiir. cf If 114 4 4 4 a right, at-ct 1111 -Oae. .ct..-. I 4 Sirider. lb.. 4 I 11 well, tb.... ill tmco, rf... f Persia. If... Ill Barr. rf I 1 4 4 1 4Youag, p. ..4114 Total. 5... .44 13 14 I Totals rlla St rider out. bunted third strike. Two out when the winning run waa made. Signal Corps I 444l-4 Townsend Gun CO....0 00121 0 I Two-base hits: Perkins (Tt, Qufgley, Dworak. Sacrifice hit: Halbe. Double plays: Atkins ta Elliott; Synrk to Filiott to Svnek; Wright to Elliott; Cass to Strider to Hslbe. First baee on balls: Off Cass. 1;' off Young. 1. Struck out: By Cass. 11; by Young. 1. Time: 2:0. Umpire: Jacobt. RAMBLERS ALL 6ET HITS With Saeh Batting; tt Waa Easy ta Defeat Flerenee 111. The Ramblers defeated tha Florence tesm on tha arounds of the latter Sunday offer noon by the score of to 1 janson pitched good ball, allowing but two bits. Tha entire Rambler team hit the bail oaru. Gurtin struck out two, Routt two and Janson eight. Scor: rLORCCB. RAJtBLgR. B.H.O.A.B- B.H O.A. B Hoabea. lb. .4411 ICHirt, lb ... i II I I Henry, sa.... Ill b.li.r ( I I t 1 Llaboa. c 4 I I I 4 1 H.arr. If... I 4 4Taul. tb.... 4 I 1 I I Trwwbr'. fb 4 Buutt, lf- .. 14 1 Aiulr. Ik.. 4 4 11 V.ara. 14 4 baaila. .... 14 Coluta, rf. ... 4 4 4 Svonkr. rf.. Ill 1 1 orrlaaa. lb. 1114 win. cf 4 1 4 Collins, aa... 4 14 1 4 Jaaaoa. ... 4 14 1 Total .... Hamblera Florence . J I it u 1 Tot) at 11 n it 1 1 t 1 - .1 1 0 0 I - Waet Itelea Wla Kxeltlag Gasae. Tha We a Sid and Fraternal Union teams played a game In tha cold Sunday, rh Went Sides finally a inning. 11 tq In. Una and errors oa tutu suies were plentiful, the errors being largely due to numb fingers and attff throwing amis, liawley. the first man up for the West Siaea, knocked out home run. The Fraternal Union tried hard to tie up the game la the last In ning, having men on second snd third baae Willi but one out. but Christenaen captured a Texas leaguer that looked like a hit and completed a doubia unassisted, ending tin game. ban. li.ll E. Wert 6i.lws 4 1 t 1 3 11 12 4 Fraternal Union.... 4 1 2 110 12 k Batteries: West Sides, Sanders and Greener; Fraternal Union, Hir:h and Oaden. Doubia plays: Cliristeusen funaa istedi, Drummy to Christensea to Roeseig, liirscb ta Brown to Ogden. Caaleks r4 Imperials. The Cusicks defeated th Clark Im perials f many afternoon on tne latter diamond by a Hjie of 1J to 2. The festures u! tn same wars Ike uiUD.og of lueu for the Cnal-ks sn the bsttltig of tb (ualr. drtrlrig annus ts the bench In tb'rd Innlna ami ten scores Sftainat him. 'ibell succeeded him, snd. doing much belter, hr-ld the Ciih k Is five hits and twa runs In six Innings. The ref: R H n Cwrke , 4 1 4 0 1 -l! 11 I Imperials 0l0t0 217 SAMK IX tMr.RK i ASSOCIATION LaelsvUla Wlaa Fraaa Mlaaeapalle ts Rleveata laalag. I.OIT3V1I.I.E. Ky.. April 27. ulsville snd Minnesflis battled In the cold trwlav fer eleven innings, the locals winning; out n Kay's error ef Hsrley'a single. Howl ruffs long fiy and Perrine a aingle. Score: urn-isvti.ljc. mxvgAPOl.is. UOtl.'Vlt l.a B.H O.A R. a M O A g. O'Neill, et...i 114 Hurley rf. ..I 1 I I Qnlllia. . Ik.., 4 till WoerufT If.. 4 S I W.l4r. If. ... lit rWrnie. Sk... 114 rreemea. Ik. I 4 14 I SnlHria. lb. . I 0 It t Kmt. rf I I 1 Smile, (tt .. 4 1 t tft'rMei. Ik .. 4 I I 4 S Stealer, rf .. 4 I 4 1 as 4 4 12s qtilnlaa. ss. . 4 1 R.-k. e 4 Ills rl.iakaa. r.... 4 1 1 11m. .... 4 4 11 Aoama, .... 4 1 Tola It 1 m 14 Tatsla M lull I Two out when winning run scored. Louisville 0 000001000 12 Minneapolis 0 010 0 I Stolen bases: Quillln, Wilson. Sullivan. Woodruff. Double H"vs: O'Brien to Free man: Stanley to Bulltvsn. Struck out: Bv Adams. ; hv Wilson, i. First base on bslls: Off Wilson. 1. Left on bsscs: Louis ville. 3: Minneapolis, 7. Hit bv pitched bell: Hsrley. Time: J:. Umpires: List and Owen. . Haaslera Defeats Saints. INDIAN APT) LIS.. April r St. Paul mt defeat here today In a game thst made difficult by cold weather. Score: INDIANA rOlg. gT. FATL. B.H.O A S. B.H O A g. nS sa A III 1 MeTea. ...( sill Owner, If .. I 1 I ftv4ee. rf . .. I I 1 firr, lb 4 I 4 PavMM. ef . 4 4 1 Lirtwnraa, tl 1 11 Wllll.ras. Ik. 4 1 4 Hneke. tn t i i bursaar4. .. 4 1 4 SDaria Cf I 1 1 4 I Wkeelar. I It 4 1X14 Itteser. If I 4 t 4 11. Merrra, r. I I 1 I I D.nle.Tj.. rf. 4 4 S I I Fn.ll. lb ... ! S I S 1 nM, lb..... 1114 1 ILmr, p 14 4 14 TMtneana. P . 1 4 1 11 rf 11 1 Tlemerer. Ik. t 4 Total.., 7. Meyer .. 1 4 Total JT 113 IS t Battel! for Flooci In eighth. HayAen out, hit by batted ball. . . Indianapolis I 1 0 0 1 1 St. Paul ...0 0 0 0 o 1 I Hits; Off Lerrry. 10 In seven inning's; off Te'.ineson, 3 in on Inning. Struck out: By Iroy. 1; by Tonneson. 1; by Marqusrd, 3. Two-base hits: " Counter. Carr. J.. Meyers. Double play: Ilavden fo Carr. Stolen beses; Davidson (2). Livingston. Passed ball: J. Meyertu Umpires: Hayes and B(rha!ter. Tim:: 1:45. Batcwera Easy fer Ckasnplaas. COLUMBI S, O.. ' April 't7. Columbu easily took .the necond game of the Kansarl City series. 9 to 4. Triples by Kruger and Wrigley, before snd after singles by Frlel, Congnlton and Klhm. brought four runs In the fifth and made the game safe. Cross drove In three runs for bis teem. Catches hy Friel and Kruger were tha featurea ef the fielding. Score. ., . COlA'MBtll.. ' KANSAS CITY. ' I H.O A t. B.H.O. A t. Olveit, cf . ... I 1 I1.llm.a. ef . . 4 t 1 4 4 kniawr. If.... I 3 frtei. lb 4 t 4 sMunrkr. if... I 4 4 1 1 B-kler. Ik... I 14 4 4 ORraehear. tb.. 4 4 t 4 1 I 1 Keratin, rf . . 4 1 t 4 1 I I IKruser. lb... 114 14 I 1 CroM. ia I 2 1 I 9 I 4 Kia. 4 1 1 I I 1 liiw. p I I 4 I 1 Goodwin, p...l t l Osier 4 fwnealtos. rf 4 1 Klhm. ik 1 Raiitr. a.,.., I 1 r.,m. e Wrtirier, Ik. . 4 1 Taylor, p II Yatal t IT t 2 Total It I 34 II 4 Ran for Frlel. Columbus I 9 1 4 1 0 I Ksnsas City- 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 04 Stolen has: Crisp. Sacrifice hits: Kruger fit, P.aldy. Bases on balls: Off Taylor, 3; off Case. 5: off Goodwin. 3. Two-base hits: KeV win, Kruger. Three-base hits:Kruger. "Wrigley. Strut out: By Taylor. 4. Wild pitch: Goodwin. Hits: off Case, 7; off Good win. 1 In two Innings. Time: 1:50. Umpire: Hayes. Brewera Pile Up Big Scare. TOLEDO. O . April 27. Heavy hitting and superior all-round playing won today's game for Milwaukee. Score: HILWAtTt'tTB. TOLgtMV ' A H.O. A E B.H.O.A.B. RoMnma. ss. I 4 4 4 Barbeaa. aa. . I 1 1 i 1 ureea. rf I 4 11 Hinrkataa. zb I I 1 I 4 14 SKmoot. rf 1 1 4 4 t Armb'Msr. rf. I 141 111 evfrtarty. lb.. 111 14 tlLlnsr. lb.... 4 1 M M'Ckean'y. If I Baneail, ct. . . t Kh. a. .....i I McCersa'k, lb I ) - Brown, lb"!" I I Doubrty. p. I Clark. Tb 4 It IMistla. -If... I 1 a. ,i a.4 .41414 1 in I Vienna, c... 114 IB Whatman, P I I 1 .. 1 Quiaa. ... Total ....It IS 27 14 ... Totals... Toledo .1 10 1 Milwaukee 0 14 1 ,.u 11 n 11 4 1 0- 4 13 4-11 Tw-hta "nits: I.latee Tfonltlna I n,1 Ol Robinson, MChesney, Bth, Brown. Home run: Clark. Hits: Off Btisbelman, 11 In eight Innings; off Quinn, 4 In one inning. Hit by pitcher: By Bushelman, 1: by Quinn, 1. Bases on balls: Off Bushelman. 4: off Quinn, 1- off -Dougherty, 4. Left on bases: Toledo, 7: Milwaukee, . Sacrifice hita: Green. McChraney. McCormick, Dougherty. Struck out: Ely Bushelman, 3; by Dough erty, 3. Passed ball: Roth. Wild pitches: By Bushelman. 2; by Dougherty, 1. Time: 2:(. Umpire: Kerln. W I gars Des led Relaetatanaeat. CINCINNATI. April 27. In a decision given cat today the application of Player James A. Wlgrs for re-lnstatement was denied by the National Base Ball commis sion. Indiana Wla at Weefaa. WESTON. Neb.. April 27. -(Special Tele gram.) The-Nebraska Indians played their opening game and easily ' defeated the locals to L - Insects Kill Wild Dark. SANDUSKY, O.. April 27. Again., as for several seasons, wild ducks are dying bv tha hundred dally in the marshy regions Dor a e ring on lata Birte. Between Huron. tea miles east of this city, and the mouth of trie Maumee river, near Toledo. Hlo bills, canvashacks. and occsslonally a "red. head", a re attacked alike. Examination re. ni Itching', disfiguring eruptions, rashes, boils, etc., u well as pimples, black heads &ad rough, scaAr skin, show the presence ol gonle irritating humor in tbe blood. These acids and humors with which the blood is infected are being constantly thrown off through the pores and glands cf the skin, and the flesh is kept ia aa inflamed, diseased and unsightly condition. Nothing applied externally can change the condition of the blood or prevent the outflow of these burning acids ; only constitutional treatment can do this. Wahes, salves, lotions, etc., cannot reach the humor-laden blood, and are therefor. useless, except for the tcmrxirary crmfort and cleanliness they anord. . Tbe acid poison in the blood must be removed before a cure can be eSected. S. S. S. is a real blood purifier, jjossessing all the requirements necessary to neutralize and remove the humors front the circulation. It completely eradicates every trace of impurity and restores this vital fluid to its natural healthy statth S. S. S. cools the acid-heated blood so that instead of pouring out acrid matte 6n the skin, it feeds and nourishes it with health-sustaining properties, and then the eruptions and diseases of the sk in pass away. . Book on Skin Din 4tasc4 and any medical advice free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECITIC CO., JLTLASTJLp CJL.' Eft F I m i.j wvi i. "ktUfLtt'' ; - -aausi.i 1 i X. their u w at 1 HabUlty. 1 f ; aax iaaaae Aiiaaaaes. '. WWBV .Nj. . .'vawl"T', . ' ' aiAaaa Dr. Searles & Searles, 119 S. lith. Cor. 14th and Douglas, Onala. "1 V I 1 Ian Kimi wutraa 3 Dr. CDVAHD R. TAfiHY, 333 Cao C!Jt CUAItA, IITA Each Leads Its Class afV . ? BfcKlhhlN S3 sxsanssssS3BsrsasassaEsawaaana "StondVd l IU Valug" LaaWi thm lf C2aas, FiIcKIBBIN S4 m 4i i Lhf4 CW ves'.s the presence In the head feathers of the deed duck found, of a sin an Insect not unlike a flea, but whether or not this is responsible ror ths wholrsals destruction that Is going on csnnot be determined. GOOD JIIOOTIKO A43A1XST W11D Fs( t arret taa lea Find Targets ia Sptta , at Ike sterna. . High winds made the shooting of tha members of tbe Potta taroie Gun club a hard task Sun lsy aftmoon. although some good scores were- made considering the wind. Bert. Wattles made liia first sppesr snce st the trap", snd did remarkably well. A team race ass also hot between team chosen by Allen and Bert Dixon, tha Aliens winning. Beck best Woolinan In a match rsce at fifty birds by tu score of 4S lo. 44. Scores : Team Race Allen, captain . Roger Pctk Wattles Total , Dixon, captain .... 21 '.IV. U .... n .... :i .... u 24 .... 1 .... si Townsend Woolman Beard Total Match Race Woolman ...11111 11111 ' 11011 Mill 11111 mm imo nno nm luit 45 Eeck mil mug 6ii n-11 in 11 ill U1U l'KU 1UU UU1 11X11 44 Club Shoot Roper Beck hrown 22-17 Shamlierg, J. Townsend .... Woolman .... Lixon Allen Besrd Wattle , Whippa ...... Ahlsmsn ..... Thomas 'fRogers WAST TO WRESTLE ED MORS AM Ted Toaaeaaaa. Cklcag-a Wslter- Wright) Aaalaaa tor MalrBi. . . Ted Tonneman of Chicago, who claim the champion welterweight champlonnhip at wrestling, ia In Omaha and will meet Shorty Gamble at the New J utralei In Council Bluffs Sunday night. He also la anxious for a match with Ed Morass f Omaha, i Tonneman weight Is 145, which ts some ten or twelve pounds mora than Morgan's f'.gnung weight. Aqaatle Sparta la larva. IOWA CITY. Ia.. April 2Tb-Bpeeiai.i The aquatic work at the State university will start this week under th direction of iHrector Schrocrlef of the local gymnasium. Tha work will consist of Instruction in the art of canoeing and rowing, and later in th sesson a regatta will ba held aa the Iowa river. Probably a four and possibly an right-oar crew will be organised In Ilia course of the spring, but nothing fn th way of competition will ba attempted this year. Th Iowa river at this point offer a smooth, even con re In ' the four-mil event, and the aquatln. snorts will be part of the university sthleuc life hereafter. The cross-country tesm will be worked out In earnest from now on. In an effort to de velop some speed m the distance events on the track. Th new gams, "University foot ball," will be tried in ths course of a week or two, and both Schroeder and Catlln have great faith in the utility of the game, both as a preliminary to foot bail and aa a free for all game for uas In out door rynrnastirs. The gsme is a modifica tion of foot ball. Involving passing, es- fiertally the forward pass and kicking, ta a arge extent. It ts devoid of tha regular features of the original, and will be Used In -instruct and condition the candidates next fall in or.1. to avoid the early sea sou sprains and "Charley-horse." Assea Athletes Wtaalagr AIL- AMES. Ia.. April 27 ISpectal.J The Stale College baee hell arrrgatlon.. under the eoarliiiif of Clyde Williama ul Ilia Toledo' bunch, ia coming into its awn in a manner highly pleasing to the local fana So far no defeat in the regular, schedule has been encountered. Second Baseman Wilson, and Better, the star backstop of th learn, are en the bench temporarily,- en account of conditions in their work, but will b on tha diamond soon. Captain Cunningham la do ing some great execution with -tha a, and Strothers on first Is the find of th season, especially hv hla. work In th field. HEMOUES tTSniTki Rub Hti m a ' 22 a :1 24 23 at ....t..... 3 10 J Ti JJ 34 20-IW V 21 21 21 22a ,..n, 'li- 21 24 11--l r 24 21 22 21e4 a a u ii-i 13 17 22 22 14 15 -12 -v. ......... .... 1 3U ,17 Jt lb 77 19 St Je 3V-7J St 24 a 24 9j e n By the Old Eeliabla Dr. Scarlet & Searles. Established fn Omaha for li yeara - Th many thoua ands of caaea cured by ua maka ua t)t nuoot exper kmced kipeGiallata In the West. In sil diaaaaes aad ait karats ml men. Ws know uat wtuu- will aura jroi . and cure yo i quickly. We Cure Yea, Then You Pay Us Our Fee. Wa make ao misleading or false state mar la a offer you cheap, wertliiess treatniont. 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