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TFTR BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1913.
Piioti;itTY vn s.viiK.
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This fine, now, strictly modem, up-to-date
6-room house, with sleeping porch,
nt Oil S. 27th St., si a dandy. Lot 0x121.
paved street, closes to car, school and
stores. 500 cash down nnd balance
monthly. You make no mistake In buy
ing this house. He sure and see It today.
Creigli, Sous & Company
Douglas 200. DOS Beo Dldg.
Owner of two S-room houses, located on
EOth St, between Webster and' Burt,
wants to sell theso two houses at a very
low price; he wants cash above a loan on
each house of $1,600. The houses have
recently been reflnlshed throughout on
the inside. New oak floors have been
put down In the reception halls, parlors
and dining rooms, and maple floors In
, kitchens: new plumbing, heating, electric
wiring, new combination electric and gas
fixtures, new papering and painting; cel
lars have been cemented, new cement
walks outside. Each house has entry
hall, parlor, dining room, bedroom and
kitchen on first floor, four bedrooms and
bath on second floor, bcsldo large store
room, front and rear stairways, so two
families can live In each house. Here
Is a chance to get two closo-ln homes
cheap. May sell one separately; any rea
sonable offer will get them.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
Close In Homes
$4,300 10 roomB, modern rents for $40
per month; terms U cash, balance 6 per
cent. Near 19th and Cass. Lott 60x132 ft.
$2,0005 rooms, modern, rents for $25
per month. Terms cash, balance 6
per cent, near 25th and Chicago.
George & Company
D. 756. 902-12 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Five rooms and "bath: modern In every
detail; south front lot; close to school
and car line; located high and sightly on
Seward St., just a little north of Bemla
Park. Price, $3,250.
31012 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
FIVE-ROOM cottage; partly modern;
fine large lot; cast front. 1916 N..34th St.
O. C. OLSEN,
103 McCague Bldg. Phone Douglas 1033.
2412 CORBY 7 rooms, reception hall and
bath, large lot, barn and fruit, near car
and school; a bargain at $3,200. Owner,
phone Webster 2792.
6-room, strictly modern, full basement;
ccmb. fixtures; oak finish and floors, 60
foot lot, south front, 1502 Spruce St. Price
reduced to $2,900. Let us show you, ses,
GRAHAM PETERS REALTY CO.,
Phone Red 653. 829 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
TO BUT, SELL OR, KKNT. FIRST 8KB
JOHN W ROBSINS. 1S02 FARNAM ST.
West Farnam Brick and
This is a well constructed, nearly new,
S-room modern house, brick first story
and stucco 2d and 3d, having large living
room with brick fireplace, attractive din-
lntr room with paneled walls and plate
rail, finished in oak and convenient
kitchen first floor; 3 good sized bed
rooms 'and outside' sleeping porch and
up-to-date bathroom 2d floor; 2 complete
bedrooms and bathroom 3d floor. Large
lot 93x110 feet on paved street. Located
near 41st and Davenport Sts. Reasonable
George & Company
D. 756. 902-12 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Seven-room house, partly modern; large
lot; everything in fine condition; good
neighborhood. 4614 N. 31st St. Price, $2,760.
0. C. OLSEN,
108 McCague Bldg. Douglas 1063.
2118 WIRT ST. All modern, 9 rooms,
reception hall, parlor, bath; oak finish;
hot water heat; paved street; near
schools and churches; -fine nesldence sec
tion of Kountze Place. Can take a cot
tage on this. Phone Webster 2792.
OWNER LEAVING ClTlf Must sell
6-room. all modern bouse; .'ull lot: nicely
located; good neighborhood. 3043 Mere
dith Ave. Web. 51&S.
TWO lots, Belmont addition, 53d, near
Spauldlng. Will sell reasonable. W. 1928.
THREE double brick flats, modern, for
$20,000. Western Real Estate Co. D. 3607.
ACIIEAGK I'OIX SALE.
BARGAINS AND POSSESSION GIVEN
ON THE FOLLOWING:
2 acres in Florence with a sood E-rnom
V j house and a good bargain at $2,000.
V SMALL PAYMENTS.
M j" 13 acres. South Omaha, banner fruit
f ti r-rr inl ,1 1 fKVt wnrtti nt fruit Innf war-
Owner has stroke of paralysis and cannot
take care of place; has good Improve
ments. Price $10,500, some trade taken.
20 acres, six miles north of Florence,
with 9-room house and good outbuildings.
1,000 apple trees and other fruit. Owner
a widow lady and Impossible for her to
attend to place at her uge. Price $10,000.
MAKE OFFER. SOME TRADE TAKEN.
A BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE.
25 acres near Benson, unimproved, with
14 acres of grapes, all bearing; fine land
and a surburban home- for someone who
wants to erect their own Improvements.
Prlco $300 per acre.
C. L. NETHAWAY,
H Phone Florence 276. Florence, Neb.
Buy an Acre
And $10 per month buys an acre ot
half-acre in this beautiful addition high
and slEhtlv. on the crest of the rldce.
south of Elmwood Park and east of 60th
St. Live In the country and io.se ch'ckens,
garden truck and fruit and ut the same
time work in town. Others are doing It
successfully. Why not you? As an Invest
ment Cummings Heights lot are hard
to neat. J no increase In value Is certain
Prices $550 to $700. Onlv three hielter.
Phono us and we will make arrangements
to take you out at any time.
The Byron Reed Co,
Phone Douglas 297.
212 8. 17th.
FOR Florence property Tel. Flor. 276.
C. L. Nethaway, Florence, resident agent
AllSTIlACTs OF TITLE.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
flea in Nebraska, 204 RraniUli Theater
FARM A RANCH LANDS KuR SALE
EXCEPTIONAL bargain. Eighty acres
$550; terms, $10 down, $10 per month; big
.t RANCH I, AMIS KOIl SALK.
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY
ALFALFA and FRUIT Lands.
Southern Pacific nnd Santa te main
Iltiott traverse our absolutely level tract.
Only 15 feet to water: also artesian wells.
Five hours' run to either San Franclico
or Los Angeles, with a combined popula
tion of far over 1.000,000.
$12J PER ACRE-EASY TERMS.
Join our half-rats excursion to
In May Se the
FONT ANA ORANGE GROVES,
located on the electric lno from Lo
Angeles to Riverside.
Make your roseratlon; early and . lot us
show you th -GOLDEN STATE from
San Francisco to Sin Dlcso.
For free handsomely Illustrated book
lets on all matters Callfortan. see or
WrUKARL BREHMT3. 515 Get, bldg.
A CALIFORNIA homo In tho Sacra
mento valley; 10 acres for fruit, vines
and poultry; only $400; easy terms; close
to railroad and markets. Goss Realty
Co.. Sheridan, Cal.
CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and
2d Tues. W. T. Smith Co. 815 City Nat. Bk.
Garden Tracts Ad
joining Fort Fraser.
5 and 10-Acre .
Tracts in the
Farmers that havo looked Into farming
lands In the wonderful northwest Bay
that nowhere In tho entire country are
there lands to be louna as lerme as ihuhu
In the famous Nechaco valley, B. C.
ong summer aays oi jo uuum ouuoxu.u.
extreme fertility and the temperate, well
balanced climate Insure quick growth
and maturing of crops and no crop fail
ures. ... , ,
ciio land fnr wheat or fruit raising.
Ann wonderful nasturago facilities 10
months in the year make it Ideal for
dairying. . .
Now Is the ttme to buy. The Grand
Trunk Pacific completes its lines through
the Nechaco valley region this year. Puts
in, in tit? markets. Fort Fraser.tne
trade center of the region, is growing
rapidly-putting in $3,000,000 water wonts
or, uinntrln llshtlnc rjlant. Fort Fraser
will be the most Important city on tho
Grand Trunk Paclflo between Edmonton
end Prince Rupert. Tho whole country
1b growing by leaps. And its a bully
chance for up-to-date farmers and set
tlers to get in and buy the best farm
lands in Canada at mighty reasonable
Business Lots un Fort Fraser
At Low Prices Long Time
Write mo for facts and prices. I can
prove every statement with government
W. H. Jordan
Marquette Bldg., Chicago. 111.
FOR descriptive list of fine Canadian
lands in large tracts ana iarms, wmo w.,
W. Chapman, Laurler, Manitoba.
AN IDEAL FARM
160 acres, 4 miles of Denver, Colo., city
limits, well Improved, 7-room moaern
house, horse barn, cow barn, several
granaries, cement floors, Implement
sheds; abundance of Irrigating water;
all fine state of cultivation; 30 acres alf
alfa, 40 acres fall wheat, balance In
spring wheat, rye and barley; only snort
distance to railroad station; owner lias
gotten wealtny: warns to retire, oi vj
terms. For particulars, write
C. A. GREUOllX, 1U Kiacn. oms..
CHOICE prairie lanas in vnue
reservation; rich black soil, cliy subsoil;
fin. nrtpsian wells. We are owners of
20,000 acres. Agents wanted In every
county, ioerai lermn. !" .........
Baker Land Co.. Ogema. Minn.
SEND for free list of Minnesota farms.
330 to J75 per acre. .Minnesota bmu
Agenoy. Court block, St. Paul, Minn.
,-. . ... "", auir
opentb entry at Valler. Mont.; fifteen
to dlveffilM famlrw. For particulars
write vaner ruriu
lUZd, v niter,
tirr." nwnnri nf a larKO DIOCK Ot
Yellowstone county, Montana, farm land
and are prepared to offer same on close
prices in tracts of 10,000 acres or up. Cor-
responaence invn.ru. i ..c.v-,
pectlve purchasers will be shown the
land. Danaher-Holton Co., 1302 IMymouth
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
i ca innira nf mad hnv land, clear of
incumbrance, in Holt county, Nebraska,
to trade on quarter or half section of
eastern Nebraska land, Merrick county
preferred. J. R. Collins. 102t Omaha Na-
tlcnai xjanK mug., ummm
1,-nn finis ('hnt 320 acres .holes level.
land wjtfi black soil, 8 miles from coun
ty seat, on main line u. r. i
braska. 113.50 per acre, one-fourth cash,
balance long time at 6 per cent. A good
buy for use or specuiauun. u. i.
co 1603 Farnam St.. Omana.
fMnmu .atn farm given away; 275
acres, including fifty Jtotatdn coworth
35,000, DUUOinBB wumi vi''-
tools! Milk averages over $6,000 yearly.
Price, llT.Ow. easy iemi. i o vum-
logue C J. Ellis, f armers uuim, spring
vllle. N. Y.
win akt.v. In the IUo Grande Valley.
120 acre ranch: 1.000 fruit trees, rest In
alfalfa. Best Improvements, unaer gov
ernment irrigation. wuier
proved and unimproved. , If you wish
good land, good climate, near good mar
kets, write O. D. Williams. La Mesa,
UTAH ALFALFA AND STOCK RANCH
400 ACRES $30 AN ACRE.
The best alfalfa land on earth.
Location: Hinckley. Millard Co., Utah.
Primary water right for entire tract.
Worth (0 an acre right now.
Unlimited free range available.
Good town, railroad and schools.
$6,000 Down. $6,000 your terms.
TUTTLE BROTHERS COMPANY.
159 Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah.
We have many other bargains.
i U. S. FREE Homestead lands. New at
las (copyrighted.) Just issued In 4 colors,
elre, 10x16, ot the Rocky Mountain and
National forests, contains 6 colored maps
Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico,
Idaho and Montana. Tells about new U.
S. 3-year homestead law, Carey art. Des
ert land act. mining laws. Other valuable
Information, up-to-date. Worth $1.50, for
50 cents postpaid. Atlas Dept., 921 Post
Bldg. Denver Weekly KMt. JBwm, 4JWct
farm a hanoi lands for salk.
On May 30th a personally conducted ex
cursion will leave Omaha via C, M. &
St. P. Ry. for points In Montana, Idaho
and Washington along tho C, M. & St.
Tho construction of this now road has
pruned tip a vast extent of new country
in which excellent farm lands near lull
road can be purchased at from $10 to $S0
per aero. Irrigated fnrm and fruit lands
can be purchased nt from $100 to $250 per
acre. Government homestead lands fret!.
The party will be personally conducted
by Traveling Colonization Agent F. L.
hnerwood, who Is thoroughly familiar
with the country traversed.
For further Information call on or
write F L. Sherwood, Traveling Coloniza
tion Agent a. M. A St. P. Railway. 1317
tarnain street, Omaha, Nebraska.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
MONEY on linnd at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha
city property In any amounts.
II. w. UIMJEH,
823 City National Bank Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON OMAHA HOMES.
J. H. Mithcn Co.,
921 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDG.,
MONEY To loan on business or resi
dence properties, $1,000 to $500,000.
w. 11. TIWMAS, 22S state lianK Qldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
LOANS on farms and Improved city
property. 5, 5U and 6 per cent: no delay.
J. 11. Dumont & Co., 1C03 Furnam St
KKAh ESTATE LOANS.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Sml'.h & Co.. 1320 Furnam St.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om.' Nat
Loans $500 and up.
Omaha Nat. Bank.
$100 to $10,000 made nromntlv. F. r.
Wead, Wead Bldg., ISth and Farnam.
CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co..
310-312 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
Peters Trust Co.
1622 Fnraam St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
LIST your house with us. We have buy
ers. Osborne Real Estate Co. Doug. 1474.
Sail every Saturday to and from
NEW YORK LONDONDERRY
Ocean passage "hi duys. Moderate rates.
For book of tours, rates, eta., apply to
Gen. Agts., 35 W. Randolph St., Chicago,
OR ANT LOCAL AGENT.
WANTED TO BUT.
Bolgoff 2d-hand store pays highest prices
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Wob. 1007.
WOULD like to buy. a five or six-room
iouso to be moved on a lot. One in the
neighborhood of 24th and Clark preferred.
Telephone Red 4301.
WANT to buy roller
Douglas 6226 or Webster 2834.
HiSST pilces for furniture. Call D. TWJ.
D. 8055. Quick buyers of furniture.
WANTED TO RENT
LIST your house with us. We have
buyers. Osborne Real Batata Co. Doug.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants.
DYERS BROS. & CO. Strong., reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co., 222 Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
TO BONDHOLDERS OF THE SHER
Idan Coal Company Tho holders of
bonds of Tho Sheridan Coal Company nr
hereby notified that the undersigned
trustee, under trust deed of The Sheridan
Coal Company, dated June 11, 1903, and
recorded June 20, 1903, in book 26 of
mortgage records, on page 43S, in the
office of tho county clerk ot the county
ot Sheridan and state of Wyoming, has
received notice from The Sheridan Coal
Company that It will, on or before June
30, 1913, remit to the undersigned 124,000,
to take up and retire 24 bonds, as pro
vlded In said trust deed. Notice Is heriby
given that tho undersigned has drawn
and selected by lot the following twenty
four numbers of twenty-four of tho bonds
outstanding, secured by said trust deed,
I. e.: 33. 99, 132, 136, 138, 142, 161, 179, 187, 19).
204, 210, 296, 318, 320, 386, ioi, 454, 616, 538,
664, 576, 678, 584, for payment from the
sinking fund to be so paid to it by said
The Sheridan Coal Company under said
trust deed, and upon such payment of
said $24,000 to the undersigned on or be
fore June 30, 1913, the undersigned will, at
Its office, at the corner of Dearborn and
Madison Sts., In. the city of Chicago,
Illinois, on the first day of July, A. I).
1913, pay to the holders or registered
owners of said bonds numbered as afore
said the principal and accumulated inter.
est tnereon, upon tne (surrender and de
livery tnereoi to me unaersignea uncan
celed and accompanied by all unpaid
counons thereto belonging. Interest nn
each of said bonds, numbered as aforesaid,
Will ceiue uner nam iiibi uay OI JUiy,
A. D. 1913. whether Presented on Km,!
day or thereafter.
UNION Tiiusx iamu'amy, Trustee.
By RUFUS P. CHAPIN. Secretary.
PEOPLE OF VILLISCA
SAY MYSTERY NOT SOLVED
VILLISCA, la., May 14. (Speclal.)
Peoplo of Vllllsca are not placing much
credence In the, story sent out by M. W.
McCIaughrey, special agent of justice,
that the murderer of the Moore family
last June Is Henry Lee Moore, now In
the federal penitentiary at Leavenworth.
They are anxious to have the perpetra
tor of the tragedy found, but claim no
stranger has ever been seen here. The
believe the combined rewards offered for
the murderer's apprehension are BUffl
clont to pay anyone for his trouble If
he thinks he has a clue to the tragedy.
Players Leave lleutrlce.
BEATRICE, Neb., May 14.-(Speclal,)-Charles
Melker and Scotty Dye, two
members of last year's Beatrice Mink
league ball team, have signed to play
with Humboldt for the remainder of the
Martin guinn, another of last years
Beatrice team, left yesterday for Canada.
where he has signed to play with a league
team tms season.
St. Louis Star Sold.
BT. LOUIS, May 14. Announcement
was mado today by Nathan Frank that
he had sold the St. Louis Dally Star to
Fred warren and Frea vton. Mr. War
ren, who will continue as editorial d.
rector, came here from New York last
September. Edward 8. Lewis of St. Louts
has ben elected ttttUmit ut um juiV-
FIFTEEN INNINGS TO A TIE
Highlanders and Naps Quit at Dark
ness with Score Two to Two.
FISHER HURLS SPLENDID GAME
AUotrs but Five Hits. Nhitrtatoii
Chnpmnn Accepts Sixteen
, Chnnrri Without
CLEVELAND, May 14,-After a flf-tcen-lnittng
struggle tlui last gamo of
the Now Vork-Clevelnml series was called
oh account of darkness with tho score a
tie, 2 and S. Fisher pitched a splendid
g'nmo, allowing but flvo hits, two ot
these were two-base hits, each of which
scored n run.
Sixteen chances canto to Shortstop
Chapman, each of which ho accepted
without an error. Manager Chance was
driven from tho field In tho sixth Inning
for protesting too vigorously when, Dan
Ids' third strike was called.
Now York scored their first ' run on
Chase's double and Sweeney's single. In
their half of tho second, Cleveland tied
tho score when Jncksnn reachod first on
HarUell's error nnd scored on Ornncy'fc
two-bagger. Now York scored again In
tho sixth when Lollvelt tripled, scoring
Stumpf, but Lcllvolt was out trying to
rcaoh homo. In tho seventth Cleveland
again tied tho scoro on a base on balls
and Jackson's double.
Good playing aided Steon. who allowed
six hits In nine innings and six more in
tho next six innings. Score:
Batted for Ryan in fifth.
Ran for Lajolo In fifth.
Cleveland 0 10000100O0000 0-2
Now York 0 1000100000000 02
Iwo-baso hits hits: Qrftney, Jnckson,
Daniels, Chase, Mldklff (2), Hartzoll.
Three-bnsnhlt: I.llivnit ,.,...m..., i,n.
iChapman, Ryan, Turner. Cree. Fisher!
uounie plays: Johnson to Chapman lo
Johnston; Sweeney to Mldklff; Johnston
to Chapman. Bases on balls: Off Steen,
6; off Fisher, 2. Struck out: By Steen,
5; by Fisher, 8. Left on bases: Cleve
land, 4; New York, 8. Tlmo: 8:06. Um
pires; Connelly and McGrcevy,
4 ST. LOUIS. May ll.-Wnshlngton won
tho last game of tho series from St.
Louis hero today, 10 to 6, Walter John,
son started tho gamo for tho visitors
nnd held St. Louis scoreless for three
nnd one-third Innings, making fifty-six
consecutive scoreless Innings he has
Ditched against opposing teams, Today's
victory waB Johnson's ninth straight
win- Counting today's scoro mado oy
St, Louis In tho fourth Inning, only tu
runs havo been ninilo nff hl. tutu
LevereiiB was unsteady, nnd Allison whs
hit hard by tho visitors. Boohllng re
lieved Johnson In tho sixth and was lilt
ST. LOUI8. WA8HINOTON-.
0 OMmller, ct, 1 3 1 0 0
0 OMIlin. c(. ., 1 1 3 0 0
Corapton, cf 4
Johnitun, it s
Mtliel It... 1
1. Will's, rfB
rrttt, lb.,,. 4
Uriel, lb... 4
Austin, Jh.. t
Ortf, lb... 1
Wtlih, .. 4
Alttnjder, e 1
0 0 Margin, lb. 0 0 0 0 0
0 OOfdton, lb.. 9 1 4 0 0
3 OOindll, lb.. 1 0 4 0 0
0 IF. Wlll's.lb 115 0 0
6 1 Import, lb. 5 0 1 1 0
0 OAlnimltli, 0 4 0 110
4 OBhankn. It'.. 4 110 0
0 lMcltrldf, bs. 4 3 10 0
1 OJohnson, p. 1 2 0 0 0
1 OUoehllng, p. 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 TaUls ...11 11 17 S 1
0 0 I
ITcrea p, 0 0 Bt
Alllion,' p, 10 0
Agnew .... 0 0 0
Totals ... 10 37 17 f
Batted for Alexander In ninth.
Batted for Allison in ninth.
Batted for Austin In sovonth.
Washington 1 5 0 0 0 3 0 1 010
St. Louts ...0 00100040 C
Two-base hits: McBrldo (2), Johnson,
Malsel, Oraff, Thruo-base hits: MoBrido.
Johnson, Moeller. Hits: Off Lovercns, 1
in ono inning; off Johnson, S in six in
nings; off Boohllng, 7 In 3 Innings; off
Allison, 11 In eight innings. Sacrifice fly:
Ml an. Double plays: WoJsh. Pratt and
HreS! Yh nnd Brlof; Austin nnd
Brief; Williams unassisted. Left on
bases: Washington, 0; St. Louis, 7. Bases
nr, 'Viiff leni, 6; off Allison, 2;
?.rh?0e"l?5 3 Str,.'ok out: y Johnson.
I MbyT,Boe,h,,nB.l: hy -Allison. 3. Time:
ntTmm?mCI,"5 ''''n Ferguson.
iiHi .h h. Kognr Wlllott,
twirling the finest game pitched hero this
season, held Boston today to two lilts,
n. triple and a slnglo, and Detroit won, 4
to 1. Cobb's hitting and base runnlnir
nelped produce Detroit's tallies In tho
fourth and sixth and Veoch's double In
the eighth brought homo both Vltt and
A Wild Ditch In thn HMnil (nnlno.
the champions their only tally. Gardner
tripled to right center and scored when
a curve ball Just grazed Rondeau's mitt
nnd struck the press box. Score:
iiooper. rr.. VI V o.nuih. 9 A 1 a
Yerkfi. 2b.. 4 0 1 S Ofltt. lb 4 1 1 3
8peVr, ct. 4 1 1 0 0 Crawford, rf 4 I 1 0
U'wia, lf.. 4 0 10 OCobb. 4 110
Gardner, lb. 4 1 1 0 0Veb. If..,. 4 110
Bus!, lb... 10 10 0Olner. lb.. I 111 1
WagnM'. ti. 1 0 2 3 OMorltrtr. 3b 3 1 3 0
Ctdr. c... 3 0 3 1 OlUndeau, 0 2 0 6 0
Itedlent, p., 0 0 1 0 0 Vlllett. p.. 3 0 0 3
Porter, p.. 0 0 1 0 0 ..
llenrlgsen 0 0 0 0 0 TuUla ...18 10 ST It
Totala ...31 2 14 10 01
Batted for Bedlent in seventh.
Boston 0 1 0 0 0 0 o 0 A 1
IDetroit 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 I
Two-baso hits: Vcaeh, Threc-baso hits:
nrdner, Crawford. Hits Off Bedlent. 7
in seven Innings; off Foster, 3 in one In
ning. Sacrifice hits: Morlarty. Rondeau.
Stolen bases: Crawford. Hcnrlksen. Left
on bases; Boston. ;4 Detroit. 6. Bases
on balls: Off White. 1: off Bedlent. 1.
Hit by Pitched ball: By Bedlent. Morl
arty. Struck out: By Wlllet, 6: by
ueuiern, t. j anseu oans: unoy. Time,
1:42. Umpires: Dlneen nnd Hart.
Omaha High Meets
Bluffs High School
Omaha High school succeeded In get
ting nine runs in two innings during a
one-sided base ball game with Council
Bluffs yesterday at Rotlrke park. Horn-
bach, tho pitcher for the visitors, passed
six men In the first Inning. Underwood
twirled tho rest of the, game, holding
Omaha until the fifth inning, when tho
home team secured two more runs. Mac
Kariand, on the other hand, held the
Bluffs up to the seventh. During the
seventh inning one run was made, while
In the eighth they captured two more.
MacFarland came back in tho ninth,
holding them down.
MacFarland struck out five men, giv
ing the visitors four hits. Underwood
struck out fcur men, allowing four more
to make hits. The score:
Omaha 70002000 09
Bluffs 00000012 03
Batteries Omaha, MacFarland and
Jetter; Council Bluffs, Hombach, Un
derwood and Mcintosh.
Burglars Get Big
Sum from Saloon
Burglars were well repaid for breaking
Into the saloon of Herb Rogers at 313
South Fifteenth Tuondny night between
the hours -jf S and 9' o'clock. The cash
register wai forced und $106 stolen
Nothing cite was taken by tho thieves.
A rear window was pried oprn In gam
ing admission, The bartenders are us
ually in the saloon tidying up things be
tween the hours when the robbery took
place. However, they completed their
duties last night earlier than usual
theft was not discovered until
Ioirnn Heads Shrlnrm.
DALLAS, Tax., May 14.-Wlth the elec
tlon ot officers and naming of the 1914
convention city the shrlners brought their
annual meeting to a close today. William
W. Irwin of Wheeling, W. Vs, becomes
FIGHT FOR AJFREE PRESS
Labor Party Leaders Will Publish
Orpin of Suffragettes.
TO FACE PROSECUTION IN TURN
When Our U ArrratPil for rrlntlntr
MIIHniitu' Jonrnnl, Others Will
Volnntcrr to Cnrrr On
LODON, May 14.-ln tho fight against
tho government for a free press the
labor party, after mature consideration,
has decided to adopt n plan which Is new
to England, but has been wunfl effective
by Gcrninn socialists In combatting strin
gent press laws.
Should tho government prosecute James
Ramsal McDonald for printing "Suffra
gette," ho will ho succeeded as manager
by James Kter Hardle, who In turn would
be followed by other labor leaders, until
the government Is forced to capitulate.
These two labor members of Parliament
announced yesterday their reltdlnoss to
undertake tho responsibility ot printing
"Tho Suffraaette," contending that it Is
Illegal to suppress newspapers In ad
vance, nnd declaring that they are ready
to stand by tho consequences,
ller View Too Personal.
Kntharlno Strange, proprietress of a tea
pavilion, which was burned In Kow gar
don by the militant suffragettes, de
scribed at the trial of "General'' Drum
mond, a visit she mndo to Miss Rebecca
Kerr nfter tho destruction of tho prop
erty. Miss Kerr told her that she took
much too personal a vlow offth9 matte.'.
Miss Korr said tho women employed In
tho tea pavilion, although they had lost
their jobs, would ultimately bo very glad
that they lent a helping hand to their
fellow women. Anyway, she continued,
tho only means of rousing tho govern
ment was to nttack private property nnd
this tho mllltnnt suffragettes Intended to
continue to do until they had obtained
Mrs. Strango Informed Miss Kerr that
her husband's tea pavilion In Regent's
park was nlso destroyed nnd suggested
that tho Strango family hnd suffered
enough nnd Its members would bo glad
If tho militant suffragettes would leave
their otlicr refreshment pavilions stand
ing. "HuiiKer Strike" Medals.
In reply MIbs Kerr declined to mako
any promise, but said she would report
tho suggestion to headquarters.
A medal manufacturer testified about
tho decorations supplied to tho Women's
Social and Political union. Ho snld that
medals Inscribed "for vnlor" cost 11.50
each, "hunger strlko" medals $3.30 nnd
"fed by force" crosses $5.
The London police Issued a "hue nnd
cry" for Hugh A. Franklin, nephew of
Foatmnstor General Herbert Samuels,
who was due to report to tho prison au
thorities May 12 under the terms ot his
He was sentenced on March 8 to ten
months' Imprisonment for setting flro to
a railway carriage and wns reloased
April ?8, owing to 111 health resulting
from a hunger strike. The llcenso given
him afterward was torn to bits at a
suffragette meeting where It was an
nounccd that Franklin had boon forcibly
fed fourteen times.
HAVE SPECIAL SESSION
Representative Castlo No. 0, Royal
Highlanders, met In tho Fraternity hall
on Pearl street yesterday afternoon for
tho purpose of electing a representative
to tho supreme lodge convention, which
will probably meet In Denver, September
8, 1913. .President W. E. Sharp ot Lincoln,
Neb., was present, accompanied by his
private secretary, A. McWtlllnms. Dole
gates to the, representative castle wero
present from tuo louowing cities: uari
Florlne, D. S. BtowaH and Terry -Miller,
Omaha; Laura J. Meneray and Kath
erlne Hlnkle, Council Bluffs; A. W.
Blackburn nnd Rena Babbitts, Logan; If.
J, Aberly, South Omaha; M, It. Evans,
Emerson, la.; F, N. Moore, Modale, la.;
Eugene Oullck, Denlson, la.; C, A. Stew
art, Allen, Neb.; P. O. Ingersnll, Dunlap,
la. A. W. Blackburn of Logan wns
elected as representative to the executivo
cnstle session at Denver.
A resolution was offered hy Frank El
gan, who Is an officer ot the supremo
lodge, commending tho executive castlo
officers for their splendid work during tho
last four years. The resolution was
unalmously adopted by the convention.
After tho meeting light refreshments wore
served, followed by an Informal reception
and dance In the evening.
President Sharp expects to attend a
large number of the district conventions
before returning to Lincoln.
Mrs. Laura J. Meneray of this city,
was a candidate for representative. Sho
has made a splendid record as secretary
of the Royal Highlanders and there Is no
doubt that she will stand a good chance
of being elected when tho next convention
NOTES FROM BEATRICE
AND GAGE COUNTY
BEATRICE, Neb., May H. (Special.)
Owing to the failure of the Iowa-No.
braska Public Service company, owner
of the Beatrice Electric company, to pay
Its bond Interest, there Is a possibility
that the ownership of tho local plant
and others may pass from tho hands of
E. A. Bullock to some other concern
Representatives of KounUe Bros., Now
York bankers, have been investigating
the property with a view of making Mr.
Bullock an offer on his holdings. The
own-Nebraska company owns plants
at Beatrice, Blair and Norfolk. Neb., and
Missouri Valley, In.
Mr. and Mrs. John Iluttenmalcr, living
east of this city, left yesterday for a
visit to their old home In Germany. They
expect to be gone until next fall.
The annual meeting of the Beatrice
Building and Loan association was held
yesterday. The reports of the secretary
for the last year showed that loans were
made amounting to over $90,000, total as
sets are over $850,000. and the ayerage
loan ia 47 per cent of the value of the
security. The association Is doing busi
ness In thirty-five counties.
During a thunderstorm, which visited
i this vicinity last evening, the home of
William Blck. living In the eastern part
of the city, wns struck by lightning and
considerably damaged, but the occupants
Margaret Hunter yesterday filed sull
for divorce against Eldred Hunter, al
leging non-support and cruelty. The
couple were married at Raton, N. M.,
March 22, M05. Mrs. Hunter lives In thl
llnatliiK Heals Islanders.
HASTINGS, Neb.. May 14.(SpeoIal
Telegram. Hastings ueieaieu uranu
Island In an exhibition game today. 4 to
C. McCabe scored two of Hastings' tal
lies with a home run. Batteries Hast
ings. Mason, Norton, Shaner and Dlctr;
tlrand Island. Hsnli and Smith,
JACK JOHHSONJOUHD GUILTY
Negro Prize Ring Champion Con
victed on Seven Counts.
CASE WILL BE APPEALED
Mnxtmnnt Penalty Is Five Vrnrs
Imprisonment or Ten Thousand
Dollar Fine or nnth .
Ont nn Bond,
CHICAOO. May 14. Jack Johnson,
champion heavyweight prlto fighter, last
night was found guilty ot violating tho
Mnnn law in transporting Uolle Sahrclber
from Pittsburgh to Chicago In 1910. Ho
was convicted on nil soven counts In tho
indictment. Tho Jury returned Us ver
dict after an hour's consideration.
Tho maximum penalty under the find
ing Is five years Imprisonment or $10,000
fin or both.
A motion ot Assistant District Attor
ney Harry Parkin that Johnson bo
ordered confined In tho county Jail was
overruled by Judgo Carpenter and tho
negro was released on bond of $10,000. A
motion for now trial was filed at once
by counsel for Johnson nnd arguments
on the motion set for May 19,
Johnson was charged with having fur
nished Miss Schrclber with $75 with which
to como from Pittsburgh to Chicago. Miss
Schrelbor testified that on her arrival
here, Johnson furnished a flat which sho
said had been devoted to Immoral pur
Sho also described trips nround
the country which sho said had been
mnde with tho prlzo fighter nt his ex
pense. White Wife Shot Herself.
This was In 1910. Just beforo tho mar
riage of Johnson to Etta Durycn, tho
divorced wlfo of nn eastern horseman.
Sho shot herself to denth eight months
ago. leaving letters to her mother In
dicating sho had brooded over her social
downfall and Johnson's neglect.
Two months later Johnson was arrested
by Chicago police on tho chnrgo of hav-
ing abducted Luclllo Cameron, tho 18-
year-old daughter of Mrs. Cameron-
Falconet of Minneapolis. Miss Cameron
had been employed as cashier nt John
son's restnurnnt. These charges were
dropped nnd Johnson and tho Cameron
girl were married.
It wns during the police Investigation
ot Johnson's affair with tho Minneapolis
girl that facts woro unearthed which re
sulted In the prizefighter's Indictment
by a fedornl grand Jury In connection
with Miss Schrdber.
Four ballots wore taken by tho Jury to
night, tho first showing tour Jurors for
acquittal and eight for conviction.
James Urlce, a grain dealer of Mar
seilles, 111., was foreman of tho Jury.
Two counts of the indlctmont wore dis
missed yesterday at the request ot Judge
Carpenter who declared that no good
purpose, could bo served by nlrlng un
necessary details of tho relations ot John
son nnd tho woman.
N euro's Mother nt IIIk Side.
Lucllo Cameron-Johnson, his present
wife, did not appear In tho court room
nt tho trlul, his attorneys fearing tho
effect of her presence. Mrs. Tiny John'
son, tho negro's mothor, however, Bat
constantly nt his side. Only a few per
sons wero In court when the verdict wns
reached, Judge Carpenter hnd ordered
that "scandal fans" bo barred from tho
Tho suggestion ot Johnson's "golden
Light one every
one is a "light one."
A Tom Moore never
varies except to taste
better. The wrapper
promises a mild smoke
every leaf fulfills, and every
puff proves. You can't tell a
cigar by the wrapper, but you
can tell a Tom Moore by its
millions of friends. Even the
price is mild.
Best & Russell Cigar Co. of Mo.
Kansas City, Mo., Distributors
smile," which had been on his Hps duf
Ing tho tlmo of tho Jury's deliberation
failed when tho clerk pronounced th
word 'guilty." Johnson ant solemnly
his seat until Attorney Tarkln's motlo
that thn fighter bo taken Into custod:
wns denied, when ho slipped quietly fror
his sent and mndo his way from th
court room alone.
"I haven't a thing to say," ho sal(
"My attorney will speak for mo."
Johnson was tho last witness befor
tho taking ot testimony closed. He ad
mitted that ho had sent Miss Schrolbet
money In response to her request by tele
phone, but denied that he had made an
stipulation Hint sho should use It to comt
Innings for Johnson
Ties White's Record
BT.- LOUIS, May H.-Tho St. Lmtls cltlt
today ended Walter Johnson's htrlng ot
consecutive scoreless Innings with ono
out 'In tho fourth. Added to his former
record of fifty-two and two-thirds In
nings, tho thrco and one-third Johnson
pitched today mako his tetnl fifty-six,
equalling tho best claimed for "Doc"
White of tho Chicago Americans. As
official reports show Whlto to havo been
scored on by Clovoland on September 9.
1904, (the year In which It Is claimed ho
mndo his record) Johnson nnd his ttnm-
tnntoa tonight claimed tho record for him.
, Tho host mnrk said to havo been made
hy Coombs ot tho Philadelphia Americans
In 1910, was flfty-thrco nnd one-third,
which Johnson passed today. Johnson's
April 10. ngnlnst Now York, eight In
April 19, ngainst New York, nlno In-nlu-.
. . .
April 23, ngnlnst lioston, nine innings.
April 31. against Boston, one Inning.
April :. against Philadelphia, nine In
Rlny a, ncninsi lioston, nine innings.
May 6, ngalnst Boston, S Innings,
May 5. ngalnst Boston, five Innings.
iMay 10, ngnlnst Chicago, nlno Innings.
May 14. hcnlnst St. Louis, threo and
Total, 60 innings.
SOUTH DAKOTA TRIMS
UNIVERSITY 'OF OMAHA
Timely hits, coupled wlthptnalia's mil-
plays, lot the University of South Da
kota trim tho University of Omaha by
tho scoro of 13 to 2, yesterday aftornoo.i
on tho Fort Omaha dlnmond. Tho field
was muddy nnd mnde a fast gamo out ot
tho question. Both teams at times gava
weird exhibitions ot base ball. Omaha's
poorest work was with tho stick nnd in
tho field. Tho Dnkotans, on tho other
hand, onco on bases wero erratlo and
lost many chances to scoro through mis
erable baia running.
South Dakota mado ono In tho first
half. Omaha came bnck nnd scored two,
In tho third, tho Coyotes had a Viattlng
bco and drovo In four runs. Tvo more
wero added In tho sixth nnd one In tho
sovonth and flvo In tho eighth.
This wns tho first gamo tho northerns
play while on a five-game trip. Crelgh
ton will bo met Thursday afternoon and
tho University of Nohraska on Saturday.
South Dakota 1 0 4 0 3 5 1 0-12 10 I
Unl. of Omaha.. .2 0 000000 0-3 ' S
Batteries: South Dakota. Ryder nnd
Potts ; Omaha. Adams and Slotky. Um
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