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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1915)
Tl V, HKK: OMAHA, KiXKMAV. MAY 1!. I:M.
Apartments mid l-'lala.
ST. GEOROR 6-rooni upanmrnt, rede o
rated thro'ighottt. 113 N. .1!t Ave. re.
lect West Farnam district. Phone Wrb-
TWO six-room. moOern. to am heated ;
flata. Can be rented xpnrteiv or to
gether VO summer, J" winter " Conrad I
YounR 12? Hrandots ThcaTcrPrrig. 1VN. j
8-ROOM healed apartment TlieM-(son! j
flat and Mason Km. Reduced rent t on-'
rlToiing.3Ji;Hra!irlm Theater, p. V ;i '
CENTRAI- Nt a-:a,rVprtcorfniair,VT !
T-roora house; 4-roorp flat JO X. Hd.
a-ROOM healed apartment, T"h I'lmla, '
Vlata, 9hth and I'ppplWon Ave. Vacant
June 1. Conrad Young. 3.2 Brandcts thea
ter. Douglas i.-7 1 j
SEVEN-ROOM, .U22 Cas. el-nnpi com- '
rlltlon. modern, good location. Wal. ami.
SEVKN'-RoO.Vi modern apurtnient, near!
poatofflce, very low rvnt. O. 1". Steu- i
THREE rooms an.1 bath and toilet; clog
to car line. $iX.
T. BULLIVAX. 215 P-randols Theater.
RENT froe to June 1. Will aub-leitee
Apt No. 8. The Harney, vn-T H;mic
St.; 4 rooms, aim. parlor, built-in beds;
HASTINGS HKYPEN. H14 Harney St
81X-ROOM Hat, a ledroitna. at ioii
Oharlca 8t. New brick, oak flnlah flrnt
floor; white enamel bathroom, with
porcelain flfures; good shadeo, electric
fixture; newlv decorated. Key at office.
Pouylaa 11M. T06 Dm. Nat. Ilk. HliU-.
1 ' ""CLOSE IN A T'A itTli KXT8.
Reeen rooma In Her HldK.. Ifith and
Jackaon St., heat, hot and cold water
and Janitor aervlce. Oood locution f:r
tranalenta. 143 per month.
Seven rooma in the MaJvtrn. 7W P. l'ith
St., hot and cold water and janitor net
vice. Juot arma the atreet from the
Ne Caatle Hotel.
Othar desirable flate. cloae In. $37.50 per
Phone P. 7M;. 92 '''tty Nat. Rank Bldtf.
COOL rooma. II
week. Ogdcnt Hotel,
lX)l'ai,A. 2124 Monamour, beautifvitly
furnlahed, cool, outside rooms, shower
baths, plenty ot hot water. Hoard If de
alred. IS"1 r-OCQLAS ST.. rooma 12 W up
1114 N. 22D 4-r. mod. ex. heat; flat; steel
range, gaa stove, kitchen cabinet and
water paid. 117.
HASP BROa., Ponglaa lta.1.
1 . SPLENDID NEW
, , FURNISHED APARTMENT
Kor Rent In the
I4TII AND IANDON COURT.
Catering to people of refined taatea.
Apartment completely equipped for
housekeeping; up-to-date and comfort
able. TRAVER BROS..
Phone Douglas 115.1. 708 Oirteha Nat. Bk.
Far la he A Kuoiai
270$ Farnam Nice modern rooma very
, Board Rooma,
S SINGLE rooms, aouth and wrest ex
posure, with board; for gentlemen only.
2403 St, Mary'a Ave., "The Hellman."
NO 34TH 47M Threa large steam-heated
: unfurnished rooms; modern conven
iences; detached house; spacious lawn'
four dollars. Adults.
FARNAM. 2822, two nice housekeeping
rooma. electricity, ama ran go
Pwrmtaaed lloaiekaenlna Rooms.
TWO naw, modern, nicely furnlahed
rooms. Ideal for couple. 216 N. th Are.
Lljcfct HoosekeeplBK Rooms.
COOL rooms, with alcove, kltoenett
furnished. Ogden Hotel Co., Council
Bluffs, la. .
' Hoasoa and Cot t agree.
fOn 'RENT 2020 Bancroft St., 6-roonv
-cottajra; water, gas, large yard for gar-
den- Tyler 1471. ......
eiX-HOOM, modern houao, located at
. 1110 Decatur St: will be vacant May 1:
23 per month. Phone H. 4M.
1STH AND LATHROP. t-room modern
house, la good condition. Inquire Web
TOK RENT 7-room house, all uodern.
244 Parker Bt
LA ROE) modern brick realdence. 2601
Capitol Ave.. HO. Telophone H. 6564.
7 ROOMS IS modern. Bam la park.
FOB RENT $65.00 '
Dwelling, 414 So. 38th St ; tiled
vestibule, reception hall, front
and back parlors, dining room
and kitchen, 5 bed rooms, 2
bath rooms, hot water heat,
garage. All in first class con
dition. Location A-L Benj.
8. Baker. Phones D462, H317,
PARK AVE. S28 8-room. strictly mod
ern borne; large, beautiful, shady lawn:
newly' duno rated; oak floors; 142.50. Loyal
hotel, room 424.
WEST EARN AM DISTRICT 7-room
. modern house. 10S S. th St.
MtW, striotly modern T-room housa.
1418 & 1Mb. Phone D. 4870 for par
ticulars. 1818 JONES. -T. modern. 120. Harney 125.
HOU8EB, A PARTMKNTS, FX.AT8.
tll.oo 4-r., 2U4 N. lfth St. modern es
pi.M-t-r,, 4U 8. 87th Ave.
M.oo-I-r., 1 Capitol Are., modern ex
'A .00-7-r. . SW Howard Bt, modern.
I27.SO -r., 24 Bristol St. modern.
. fcoOO 6-r., IM H. Wth Ave., modern.
$tt.-4.r., sS 8. 2th Ave., modern.
Isl.60 -r.. 117 B. nh St.. modern.
36.0-4-r. apartment In the Harold. 17th
and Jackson Sts.
H7. 7-r.. 1T, 8. iah St.. modem,
I42&0 4-r apartment In thi "Warren."
(21 9 2Mh St.
141.50 7-r.. 1022 Arbor 6t., new. modern.
$4S.00--r.. 19 S loth St., modern,
146.00-7-r.. 618 8. 16th Bt.. modern, hot
and i old water, lunltor aervlce.
MO.OO-g-r., 332 Harney St.. modern,
Wions D 75. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Van and titoraas
Co. Call us for
Umales for movM
!. paxktug. shippln. hu Websttr ot
Gordon Van Co.
Bt N. 11th St
Tel. D. W or Web. list
PILES AND KIHTI'LA CURED
without SURGICAL OPERATION or
PAIN. NO 'DETENTION from BUSI
NESS. PAY when CURED. A -written
GUARANTEE given In every caae
treated. Patients must con.e to the office,
4ue-i-10 Omaha National bank, 17h and
PR. WILLIAM CREJGHTON
Twenty-eight years in umaha. Graduate
of Bellevue HoHpitnl Medical College,
New York City. N Y.
AKMAN'O-Keally heips get rid of that
pain In tne back, touch of rheumatism,
nervousneca. tired, sluggish feeling and
brings back that lost appetite, purifies
the blood end builds up the entire ays.
tern. Jupt send a pUard to thu Sheila
baxger Co.. Mfg. I har . West Uberty. la.
PILES EISTOt CURED.
Dr. E. R Jsrry cuits piles, fistula and
Other rectal diseases without surgicai
operation. Cure guaranteed and m
money paid uniil cured. Wiite for book
en rectal diseases with testimonials. DK.
E. R. TARRY. 2' Bee Bldg
RUPTURE cured In a few dsys without
pain. Call or write Dr. Wray. 3u6 Bee
Sidg.. Omaha. Established lS'.H. o
Houses anil tottaara.
11" X. 25th St.. -r.. mou ex. beat. ill.:.
4140 liurneite. -r., mod. ex. heat. !2.;0.
':2 X. 17th !l , 6-r.. Hrt mod., li.
l-4 N. .Nth St., 4-r.. part mod.. ir.
J!i t'eemur. R-r.. rltv water. 11 .'.
14M X. i.i'th St.. f., rt v water. In.
'"0 X. :7th St.. 4 r.. rliy water, HO.
:H.'. Franklin, j-r rlty water. III.
-7(A Camden Ave. S-v , well, 112.
MIS X. 3th M.. -r .' well. 112.6'.
..iiiU Llndsav Ave., 4-r.. well. .
CRE1GH. tONS ft CO..
Potiglna 3V "01 ltpe Lldg.
11?.' So. rdSt.. .r., all modei n'house. l.
i!;3 Pacific St.. 7-r.. all modern house. A
MI7 ilrjcc St.. 5-r , part mod. cottage. 815.
Ji'2.1 Howard St., 5-r., pt. mo 1. house, II "m'si.
607 No. .12.1 St., " r pari tod. house. 10.
A 1,1 REP C. LENNFJPY t'O..
Phonelioui;22. "!i! l-Psl Nat. Punk o
KINK 5-room i-ottuuo. hot water heat.
all modern, nlre home 120 r mo iln
cludea wateil. Move in and If you like it
nd iiirotindln w! fell It tn" t'-o per
mo. pnjrinrnta. 4.1a X. K. Key Ilral
door m i 111
o. w :
rOX. ll' W.O.W. Rldg. P. I2.V
FIXE NEW PRICK.
Living room, dining room, k'tchen and
run room; i htdroom. and sleeping porch.
Hardwood flnlah; newlv finished. No. lifc
North 3Mh St.: rent llf..
Tyler IK. Sata Rank Bids
fitorea, moer, packs, hla; S-horse van
and 2 men. 1.26 per hi.; atoraga 12 per
m. Pat('..tlon gunr. P. 43S : Tjr. l.
f K K the Cen'.val Eurnlt.ire Stores. FRKtt
RENTAL LIST. .
TTnticnn Crelnh Bona Co.. Ilea Bldg.
11UUM 9 , a pn,.,, of th. city.
W have a complete list of all houaea,
partn.enta and flats that are for rent
Thla list can be seen freo of charge al
Omaha Van Rtnraee Co.. W S. lth Bt
J. C. Reed
Rzp. cai.. moving,
packing at storage.
1207 Farnain. p. !.
8EVERA7, IK to I2S. Tel. oves. Wal. t"7.
MODERN t-roim cottage, 121 par mo.;
SoM Pratt. Omaha Realty Co., Red 2.
Phone Douglaa 288 for complete list of
all vacant houses and apartment, alao
tor storage, muvlng, packing, shiplng.
6-ROOM. all modern use. fine location;
near car. pundee. Wal. 2o6S.
tores atoll Offices.
NEW modern storeroom, 603 North 16th
street: low rent. Conrad Younc. 321
Brandels Theater. Doug. 1571.
MODKRN office, opposite Loyal Hotel;
low rent. G. P. Stebblns.
- Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator and Stairs
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office, Room 103.
OFFICES SAMPLE ROOMS.
Desirable space In Webster-Sunderland
Bldg., ISth and Howard fta.
I GEORGE ft COMPANY.
8C3 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone D. TS.
A SELECT COLONY ON
THE SOUTH SHORE
" 8CITUATE, MASSACHUSETTS :
This lovely shore resort Is located at the
end of the road on the southerly end Of
Third Cliff. Scltuate, Mass.
It la about a mile from the station and
the town: directly on the ocean front, and
oommands an unobstructed view up and
down the. coast and -out to sea. Thore
are. grassy uplands all around and hills
in the distance. Boating, bathing and
fishing may be enjoyed and canoes and
motor boata are used on the North river,
whero trips up the river for fifteen miles
may be taken. A branch store and post
office are located here, and many of the
ooltaffea have telephones.
The town has good stores where all sun-
filles may be obtained. Fresh fish and
obstors can be bought at any time.
Summer train aervlce gives a train every
hour and the livery stable service Is good.
All the cottages are now. with modern
conveniences. Including excellent town
water, batna, fireplaces, sleeping porches
and garages.- The houses are large, with
large rooms having- windows on two and
All floors are el the best hard pine,
well finished. The rooms are fully fur
nished except for bed and table linen and
silver The furniture la of tha plain mis
sion type. All bods are of plan white Iron
with best National springs and combina
tion mattresses. Blankets, quilts and
pillows are supplied. The pantry and
kitchen are generously furnished, the
range is a Cabinet -Ulenwootl, and the
china a set of matched willow wars.
' There are no houses to compare with
these In cleanliness, equipment, comfort
Rentals range from 1300 to $600, for 'a
tour months' lease.
No dissatisfied tenants have ever sum
mered here. The houses will bo shown
at any time.
Apply to the Owner,
GEORGE F. WELCH
SCITUATE. MASS. o
WANTED TO BUT
I WILL buy an S-room new residence In
. Bern la Park or West Farnam district
I will put In 12,600 eaan and clear Im
proved irrigated farm actually worth
(A VIA Phnn. Walnut til?
ato h"e everything vt hand. Tyler 141a.
OEr'lCa furniture sought and sold. i.
n ij. 1 . . m iji
WANTED Typewriter. Underwood
6; state price, M 43.
Bell your real estate at auction. Write
for terms and dates.
DOWD AUCTION CO..
Famous Real Estate Auctioneers.
1116-1 W. O. W. Bldg, Omaha. Red 32S-o
r i i
WANTED TO RENT
FAMILY of I wish rooma In private
home, outlying district. Phone D. 1216.
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR IALB
Live Oak Colonies, none better. ''. T.
Smith Co.. 3,3-14 City Nat Bk. t, I81.
All oountles; catalogue free. Write C.
M. Wooster Co.. Phelan Bidg., San Fran
Cisco. Established 30 years.
40. 10 OR 10 ACRE, good heavy soil. In
well settled part of Todd county, Minn.;
good roads, schools and churches; price
115 to IjO per acre; uniu, Si per acre
cash, alance II per acre a year until
land Is u.k1 lor. 6 per cent Interest
HAVE YOU A FARM fUH bALF.T
Write a cd deacriptluii of your land
and send It to (ha Biouk City, la.. Journal,
"Iowa's loet Powerful 'Want Ad
Medium." Twentytlvo words eveiy Friday
evening, shiuraey morning ana every
Saturday sve.uln and Sunday inorrung
for one ruontn, giving sixteen aJs on
twelve diffeietit days tor 12; or 50 words,
rt; or 75 wurds. la.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, Vu.uw readers daily in four great
CHEROKEB COUNTT. KANSAS. FARM
m acres, lvg inner from Columbus, a
town of 4.300 people; has a good set of
bulldirurs, nhw shade around the house.
4u sxres In wheal. 25 aires In oats. 40
sores in corn 10 acre kaf fir corn, lu acres
la pasture; place Is In high stale of culti
vation and is a bargain at 14,000; good
' PAINS INVESTMENT COM PANT,
V are Block. Oraa,h,
RED RIVER WHEAT FARM
Fine level leO-aore farm In Wilkin
rounty, 6 milea from Campbell 'on toe
Great Northern railroad. One-half of
thla placo la In cultivation, and the rest
In hay, but can all be plowed; no build
ings. This Is a good com. small grain,
stqok and general farming community.
Price. I0 per acre, easy terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block, Omaha.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Grain fiecr ipU Light, with Corn nd
Oatg Lower and Whtat Un
changed in Price.
NO BUYING IN THIS COUNTRY
OMAHA. May IS, lMt.
Reir-u tu all a in in were light today.
Toe l;it receipt wen- tmiy five oara
ar-1 -he:t Midi unchanged.
The dimnnd (or cash vorn was poov.
coin selllnij U4ile lower.
! were linrhiin'cit to c lower
I P to t!im time .I f country haa not
FARM HA l LAM)- l(IH t.K
OOOD South Ailaauurl laud ,.i railroad,
in we. I seitlod locality, V per acre.
Small ot Ir.rge farms on U' teima
I.lt-rsture rree. D. Merrlam, Kills, Ben
ton. Kansaa City, Kaptaa.
G(KI NEBRASKA tlANCH FU SALE.
INl'l.rPINO W) HKAP CATTLE.
HORSES AND ALL NECESBA 15 V
We have just llted a splendhl lMO-acte
anch in Sheridan county of this state,
which will moet the I'eniilrements of anv-
one rieniring a good stock and araln
ranch at a verv moderato pi ice There
I plenty of hny, iiinnlng water, timber
anil eveiy essential needed In a good cat-
lie ranch. Price. $20 per acre. The owiw'
will consider an eastern Nebraska farm
or omc umana income property in pay
ment. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
are Block. Omaha.
COUNTRY HOME NEAR OMAHA.
111,000 buys a highly improved farm,
consisting ef about Mli acres located on
one of our Injulevards out from the citv,
only a 40-ndnute's ride. Oood water sys
tem, small amount of fruit, some alfalfa,
tame hay, nice large beautiful shade
trees and all kinds of shrubberv and
about 10 acres ot natural timber, making
a beautiful park. This Is an Ideal propo
sition for handling thoroughbred stock of
any kind. Living spring in pasture
C. R. COMBS.
Ill Brsndela Theater Bldg. Omaha. I) a?1
HERSHEY. NEB.. RANCH-FARM.
1V acres, only 6 miles from town on
main line of U. P. railroad, Improve
tnenta are good, farm In all Irrigated, has
paid-up water right, and Is a good money
maker. 05 acres In good stand of al
falfa, W acres of' wheat, 10 acres corn.
15 acres hog pasture, IS acres hay
meadow, balance in pasture with running
water. Price S5 per acre. H cash. Thla
In a dnndy place and a bargain.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block. Omaha.
CHOICE corn land for ssle: 320 ectea,
modern Improvements- Pednr county.
st4 miles to town of 1.600. t, mile to
small town. Price, 1130 per screj 2rt(0iW
cbhti. UBlHmo aoou ic ruin. Auurmi i it
son M. Light. Randolph. Nel
North Dakota. .
FOR BALE Homested, Northv Dakota,
close to R. R. station; good bargain:
cash or trade. 2700 Eshcal Ave., Zion
TO SELL LAND
quickly and profitably, you must reach
those who sre at the present time mcst
interested! In farm lands.
The Iowa farmer Is today the best farm
land prospect In the United Ktates. Tha
Pes Moines Capital with 240.0 iO dally
readers can put your proposition squarely
before a larger number of these live
prtepects than hny other Iowa news
paper. Our circulation is guaranteed the
largest In Iowa. We will Insert a 10 word
ad 10 days for only 12.50 (add 6c for each
additional word). Our regular price Is lo
per word per day. You save 6Uc on this
offer. To sell your land tomorrow, send
your ad today to
701 WALN UT ST.
PES MOINES, IA.
BJBAIi ESTATE IXAX
WE ARE alwaya in funds to make good
farm and citv loans.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
' ' 1633 Farnam Bt
FARM LOANS. 6 PER CENT. ' '
TOLA N D 4t TRUMBULL, 4S Beo Bldg.
(100 TO 110,000 made promptly. l7i bT
Wead, -Weed Bid., lath and farnam gta
iTY and farm loans, S. 6V. per cant
. H. Pumont Jk Co.. 411 State Bank.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnarr Hmlth at Co.. 1120 Farnam 8t
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C. O. Carlberg.
110-311 Brandels Theater Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraaka farms.
O-KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
Kit Omaha National. Phone loUglas ml
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 228 Btste Bank Bldg.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loana
H W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LIST real estate and rentals with DON.
KLSON R. E. CO., 301 On. Nat l Bank.
' Fifty Acres
Near West Dodge St.
- Paved Road
About two miles west of Fhiracres.
Unimproved, U acres tit alfalfa, balance
in cultivation. All clear Price only fc'50
per acre. Something desirable. Do not
fall to investigate.
George & Company
Phone D. Tut. 901 City Nat Bank Bid-.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
All modern home, 1 rooms downstairs,
$ bedrooms on second floor, cemented
basement, first-class furnaoe, storm win
dows and screens, paved street, paving all
paid, fine location, I blocks from Ixilhrop
school. Prioe 12,750; SkAl cash, balance
C. O. CAKLBEIttJ,
313 Brandels Theater Bldg.
In a 6-room bungalow; haa oak finish
in three rooms, one a sun room, beam
ceiling, bookcases, window seat, fins large
kitchen, with convenient pantry and Ice
box room; furnaoe heat; cemented base
ment: fine lot; paved street; cloae to car;
located near lath and Laird Sts. Price,
13,960. Easy terms, or lot taken as first
106 McCague Bldg. Douglaa loS.
I ROOMS, all modern. In the north part
of the city; k.pjo. Terms: 113b cash and
126 monthly. Walnut 14:;o.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
will buy a brand new bungalow, large
living rooms, oak finish, strictly modern
and up-to-date in every way ; choice cor
ner lot 6oxli2. both stiects paved; lora.
tlon, weal side Hanscom . Park; value,
M,-Su; price, I2,7b0, terms, or lot taken ayi
first payment. See us at once about this
and other special barenins.
UK MoCague Bldg 1)ou;Ims
In West Hanscom Purk. bungalow. 5
rooms and enclosed aleepina porch,
nearly finiahrd, oak fmlxh flint floor,
pine and birch finish second floor and
fireplace, house all complete with storm
windows and screens and lighting fix
tures, for 13.1X0.
kfaks an aipolntment with owner and
builder to ao.j it. Harney 7519
HELD (IjUB 1IOMR
AT A BARGAIN
Seven rooms, all modern, furnace, south
frotit lot, splendid location, close to
s --.html. I'-K-eted one block north of Field
Club on Ms-son St. Price only 12.800.
C. G. CARLBKItO,
712 Brandels Theater Bid.
j i ii.itiii n-Vd tf hny wheat. Put uri'ini to
: I'o Hrttisded to are'otheia huv it.
Then- In still considerable idd wheat held
or the farms of the Cnlttd States and tee
laiaei portion el thla grain Is to Iw
f'vuid In tltt' !nlr wheat country.
There are aorne in the tracie who volun
teer the opinion lhat holder of the ol.l
wheat, being anxious to see price ad
vanced, are helplnn In the fatter of
sending in unfavorable crop ieiorta in
order ici Ixiost values to his her levels
ac that they may sell their surplus rasli
grain at more natisfact ry brl"ee.
I I hose sales were reported today;
, Wheat; No. .1 hard w, liter, 1 car 11. 4H;
I No. 3 mixed, 1 car II. 4; No. I durum,
2-g car II 47i. Corn: No. I yellow, J can
T.'ic: ,0 3 yellow. I tar il-; No. t
mixed, l car 70e; No. " mixed, 1 ear
? o. 1 ar TMk; No? I mixed, 1 car
uiiiiMyi (N,.; pample. l car toeatlngl
'1 car 7i . 1 car thoti 64c. Oats; Sample,
' I f ir 47'4c. 1 car 47c.
. ricaranoea of whtat and flour were
feqiial to 75A.i00 bushels; corn, r7,OUO bush
els; oats. 2h3.rtXI busliels. ,
j Liverpool spot: Wheat, 41flHd tip; corn,
l'rln;ary wheat receipts were 519.0)
bushels and shipment Ton.nro bushels,
t.milnst recelVts of l.ml.Ofln bushels and
I shipments of 60O.iiO bushels last year.
j Primary corn recelpta were JM.Oon bush-
j els and shipments 3S7.COO bushels, against
I receipts of Sel.noO bushels and shipment
of 44K.OOO bushels last yesr.
! Primary oats receipte were SS,0UO bush-
els and shipments stU.OUO bushels, against
I rei elpls cf 4;oi0 btishels and shipment
' of H07.0UO bushels last year.
; CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
, Kansas t'lty
.-t. Louio 2tl
Omaha Cash Prlcea Wheat: No,
kev. $1 .nOfil.SO's: No. 3 turkey.
14'U: No. 1 hard. II. 4 ai. 49 W.
ll.4'Ji No. 3
hard. 11 47!ff1.4; No. 4 hard. $1.44Hf
! 47'i; No. 3 spring. l.41tfl.4 No. I du
tum. I1.4SH1.4S; No. S durum, tl 47yi 47.
Corn. No. 3 white. 7IH1f72o; No. 3 white,
7i'-Vi71o: No, 4 white. 70tf70He; No. 6
white. TOdi 7iie: No. white, mSlfcTOc: No.
2 ellow, 72'W2Wc; No. 3 yellow, tW9
72c; No. 4 yellow. 71Vi'EC71Hc; No. 5 yel
low, 71V,tpl4e: No. 0 yellow. 717IHc: No.
i mixed. ;otv4J701ic: No. 3 mixed, 70M
70r; No. 4 mixed. 70t4i 70c : No. 6 mixed,
70'(t'i0,c; No. I mixed, !"ll70o: stmple
m xed. C4!nW. Oats: No. 2 white, bi
:': standard. 4fti0e: No. 3 white.
.t4l'4c; No. 4 white. 4IH'ff'4e; sample,
47ft47'c. Barley: MU'ng, WSr; No.
1 feed, 6n!2c Rye: No. 2, ll.07Mfgl.0H;
No 3. ll.0;flri.7Hr.
CHICAGO GHAI AND rROVI10!S'
Fritarea of the Trndlnsi and Closlngt
Prloes on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, May is. Assertions hy a
leading expert that there had been no
sufficient evidence to warrant belief In
- .......i rii.u.tae i.ari
,, do with, bringing about a decided set
l. .. . . I . ..
hack today In the price of wheat The
market closed nervous at 2'Ac to 2V. un
der last night, other speculative articles
also finished at net declines com, lc to
IVllSc; oats. StfHo to He, and provi
sions, 6c to Ko.
Although hlnh authority admitted that
the government report June 1 would
doubt lesa show a less favorable condition
of the wheat crop than on May 1, the
opinion was expressed that In order to
figure a loss already of 100,000,009 bushels.
reduction of 2o Per cent In the laat
two weeks would have to be assumed for
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas
and Oklahoma, A majority of traders
seemed disposed to agree that such an
Inference waa difficult to accept In view
of the experience heretofore that Hes
slan fly damage has alwaya been mora or
Italns In Kansas and elsewhere, promis
ing material Improvement ia tho field
outlook, gave the bears further advan
tage as to wheat. Pesslmlstlo rumors
about Germany's answer to tho American
note tended slso to pull down prices. In
fact, the only display of strength waa a
brief upturn early, tha result of an ud.
vance at Liverpool.
Corn weakened with Wheat. There wag
no activity In shipping demand. Besides,
cables and the weather both were bear
ish. Outs displayed relatively more firm
ness than other grain. The reeeon wag
commission house buying on resting or
ders that came Into play at moderate
declines. .Jowor. quotations for cereals
and hogs carried down provisions. Borne
support from packers checked tho break.
Futures ranged as foiiowsi
Artlclel Open. I High. I Low.
16S IE 1 MW 1 M lie
. 1 29 1 I9 1 26 I St 1 '
7I4 'H W, 73 T4S4
77 77' 767s i T7M
62V. 63U 61H 615 U
61 '4 61 50V, Sv WV,
17 5 . IS 06 IT 92U 17 36 13 024
IS SO IS 30 IS Vi IS IS Si'i
ft 67'j 6?H S 67 45
124 S7Vs 80 824 I M)
10 60 10 62 10 60 10 60 10 65
10 T5 10 SO 10 724 10 76 10 80
Chioatfc Cash Prices Wheat : No. S red,
II.MVrfil 5S; No. t hard. ll.64V$1.6Ma.
Corn: No. S yellow, 734(r7e: others nomi
nal. Oats: No. 3 white, 624o3'4c; stan
dard, 63'i'io34c. pyB: Nominal. Barley!
7237Sc. Timothy: lii.00ifJS.26. Clover: S.60iJ
lit.76. poik: in.w. ira; s.v(p.nvs.
BUTTER Higher; . creamery, tfXHWfi.
EGGS- rUeady ; receipts, 37,173 eases; at
mark, cases Included. 174fl4c: ordinary
firsts,. lH'174c: firsts. 1S'1j184c.
POTATOES Higher; receipts, 23 ears;
Michigan and Wisconsin, red, 36 40c;
Michigan and Wisconsin, white, 4u4l7c.
New York Ussersl Market.
CHEESE Firm; receipt, S.031 boxes;
state, whole milk, wreah. specials. 174:
state, wqnle milk, fresh, average fancy,
BUTTER Steady; reoelpUR.lXlg' tubs;
creamery extras (iC gcorel 374e; oream
ery (hlRMer soortngl. 2ij284c; firsts, 26
27c; seconds. S6t(2in.
EGGI Weak; receipts, S9.748 cases;
fresh gathered, extras, 229'224c; atorsge
packed, extra firsts 21ia'214c; firsts. W-t
hi; regular packed, extra firsts, 21e;
firsts. I3rj04c; nearby hennery, whites,
fine to fancy. 8214c; nearby hetiery,
browna. L'y,f22Vic. .
POULTRY Steady western chickens,
hrnilera 24 2Sc fow ls. 18c 1 tUrkSyS. IJc.
DreMsed'. dill"; western freren roasting
chickens. I7ifl2c; fresh fowls, teed, 144
154c; frozen turkeys, lwoJic.
Mlaaeapolls Cirala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., May 1.
WHEAT-Msy. 1160; July, 11.464; No. 1
hard, 11.53. No. I normern, ii.wv'-'iiti
No I northern, ll.47'a 1.644-
BA RLE Y fiti75c.
RYE II .14411.17.
CORN-No. 1 yellow, inKWke
OATS No. 3 white, 60c.
FLAX- 1.92tefi 1.934-
km'i t'ltr (irala a ad Prasrlsloas.
KANSAS CITY. May U--WHEAT-
No. 2 hard. i 4 l.nn; ro. a n. i "i
1.41; Mav. 11.45; July, ll.W4: September,
SI AL(n 144k.
rmA'-No. 2 mlsed, 74r74c; No. 1
white, T64c: No. 3 yellow Ttc:. No. 8,
the; May. V&tSi'ir: July, 7V4744c; Sep
OATS No. 2 white, 62463e; No. 3
at. Loots Grala Market.
LOUIS. May lS-WHEATNo.
red. II. 494: No. Z hard. ll.4iV.iqi 4. .nay,
11.47: juiy, ','
f tjit; ro. 4. -t"o , ,-o.
vv 74c: July. 75'A'rTC5ar;.
OATB-No. 2, 5t64c; No. 3 white
nu iwl Mav 18 Rank rlearltiSa
Omaha today were l-I.ZM.SlB.So. and for
the corresponding dsy last year
REAL ESTATE MirtCKLLANEOCS.
The following properties, reasonable
rates, easy terms, wsrrsnty deed:
1 iol a. mock t, Dtiya 1 aaonion.
2 Brlggs' Piece, tot 39, block 10.
J City of Omaha, lot S. block 1124.
4 Clarendon addition, lot 80. black 3.
6 Parmenter Plaoe, lot 8. 1
5 Poppleton Park, lot 3, block i.
7 Albright's Choice, South Omaha, lot
20 block S3.
8 Jetters addition, south Omaha, lot
2. block 8.
9 Government 101 s in is-io-v.
ID Hub lot I In gov- lot 3, in 24-U-S.
11 Ho us, and lot, 807 49th St
D. C JOHN. Owner.
Phono Walnut ti.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Trade About Steady Hogs a
Big Ten Cents Off on Large
Y A IrVI W A 4 a-BmM Aa. a m Jfc. oo-v w
UAKID VALUlS UJWfcri
SOtTTH OMAHA. May Is,
Receipt were: Cattle, hokk.
Official Monday K.0K7 11.'T
Estimate Turlav fc.;( ;m,ii
Two dsva this a..w it ii c-r
I gWiue dnya Inst week.' K1X! loTM
pame ohvs 3 wks. ago.l2.3;: 1T.(W
Same days S wks. ago.lft.7S3 .7
Same days 4 wks. ao.li).mi lk.64
.ame days last year.. 6.1M 17,712
The following table shows the receipts
of rattle, hogs and sheep at the Souh
Omaha live stock market fr the year
to date, as compared with last year:
1918. 191 4. Inc. Pec.
nttle nK,Sl .V3.7X7 7J.824
"gs 1.17i.4' l,tM2.X34 t3t.rs4
heep (ki,(vT, l.V,i."fl 46.913
The following lahle shows the average
price for hons at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, vlth
Date I 11116. 114 11913 1112. Iloil I1H0.I19OII.
May 7..1 1 14V SMS l4 7 49 I IS S S6
f ay .. 7 124' S 371 S HM 7 641 I 76 I If
May I.. I I 1 2S It isM 7 69 6 77 I 111
''V 10. f 7 S4 ! V 24 7 Ml 6 79 9 2Sj S V
T 144 I 1GI s I j 4S t KSl 291 S 97
7 S 19 S 14 15 'J6 23! T 0
7 S U S lo 7 44 6 97 30! 7 04
Mav 14 7 lu, : rjii x. 1 M
May 15. 7 441 S 2.1: S 121 7 59! t 9SI I 1 11
May 16.! 8 29 24; 7 L 5 Wi 30
May 16. f I S t9l S 24: 7 l 6 imi 301
May 17.1 7 S4 S 29 7 2l 6 l 9 81 7 OS
Ma y ll. 7 T41 I 301 I 7 69' 6 Ml 9 44l 7 02
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock Yards. South Omaha,
fer twenty-four hours ending at S p. n .
Cat tle.Hosa. Sheen. H'avs.
C. 51. a St. r 9 il
Wabash 1 I
Missouri Pclflc 9 4
Union Pacific 6 l 5
C. ft N. W., east... 6 17
C. AN. W.. west... Sf 97 2 2
C. Kt. P.. M. 4k O.. 27 17
C. 11. Ai Q:. east... 9 11
C. B. & ti . west.. 41 42 1
C, K. 1. P., east. 6 II
C, R. I. P., west. S 6
Chicago Gt. West.. 1' 2 ..
Total receipts 21.1 27 S 2
Cattle; lings. Hheep,
.o orris at 1 o u. .'.i ti am
Swift and OomDanv....l.3fti 3.429 l.M
Cudahy Packing Co. ...1,11 6, Ml r4S
Armour & Co. 1,114 u.sx: 30
Hchwartg A Co 631
J. W. Murphy , 214
Morrell I '
Lincoln Packing Co... 3j ...
."o. Omaha Pk. Co ... 2
s. A as
W. B. Vanaant Co 27 I
uenton, V lis nt ft Lush &
Mill ft Hon 11
F. B. Lewis i
J. B. Root ft Co x
J. H. Bulla 41
L. F. Huss M
S. O. JCelloKK li
Sullivan Bros 9
Rotschlld ft Krehe 4
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co.. 1: ...
Hoth X2 ,
fanner Bros. . - 94 ...
John Harvey 6
1 ennls ft Francis 10
Other buyers 177 ... 10
..S.3A3 18,717 2M
CATTLE Recelnts of cattle were rather
liberal for a Tuesday, being nearly 2,000
heavier than a week ago, and quality of
tno orrerings was better than it has oeen
tor several davs. On auoount of the lib
eral offerings salesmen were generally In
clines to accept. siegay prices wnero iney
couio get tnem, and the result waa a
fairly activ market from start to finish.
Demand from all sources was good, and
some of the more desirable light and
handy weight steers sold to better ad
vantage than on Monday, and the same
was true of ths beat of the heavy cattle.
On tho ordinary run of beef steers It waa
a good, steady end healthy trade, every
thing at all useful being disposed of in
very good sesson.
la cows and heifers It was practically
a steady trade. In addition to ths usual
good demand from local packers there
was a brisk inquiry from shipping and
outside aocounta. and tha aood hoi fore
and light cows found a reauy saia at
fully recent quotations. Heavy and tough
stook was a trifle alow, but - quotabiy
steady. Veal calves continue In active
demand and strong, and tha same holds
true as to buna, stags, etc.
In stoekers and feeders the trade wag
slow and the tone rather weak than
demand has beerf
verv dlaaDDolntlna- far aeveral dava. and
only the good to choice grades find a
satisfactory outlet. Volume of business
ia smaller than It has been for some time,
and It Is evident that the season's ac
tive trading Is almost over.
quotations on euitlo: Oood to choice
yearlings. W iVgS'5; good to choice corn
fed beeves, M.ir.ti 0: fair to good corn
fed beeves, I7.a.'-U8 lr.- common to fair
comfed beeves. l7.2fvrW.sV, good to choice
heifers, 17.006.00; good to oholce cows,
KHUO7.S0; fair to good cows, S5.7MS.SO;
common to fair cows, 3"5t2.7t; good to
choioe stackers and feeders, S7.&uir7.76;
fair to good stoekers and feeders, .Oi'vj
7.60; common to fair stoekers end feed
ers, 6.0Uji7.00; stock heifers, Jo.764c7.2o;
stock cows, lo.MxO'lM; stock canves, it.tMljf
8.60; veal calves. SS.0Oiil0.76: fat bulls.
stags, etc., I5.2o4i7.0o; stock bulls. $b.v&
No. A i. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
7 1021 7 4J u mi I w
i ...urn m it nit i 40
tO Ml I 44 1M9 It
1 1141 I 111 Ia4 I Tl
S- UM 2 I M III
BTJlKKH AND HElFEHH,
..1100 T 40
-.1021 I 40
.. Tu) 8 at
.. 4S4 I tw
71) 8 10
S 140 4 0 114 7 M
S s 4 ti 1 771 8 M
4 loot S 14 .
44 404 I 40 II liS 14 It
J Ht 8 71 1 311 10
1 IH 18
STOCK KuH AND FEEDERS.
8 1144 4 1 411 IM
M fr 1 ti 17 tJ4 7 M
7l 7 It II 1M4 8 (M
HOOS Reoelpts were vory liberal again
today. 2U cars, or In the neighborhood of
20.000 head, being received. Tho total for
the two days is 21.827 head, being about
twice as large as both last week and a
year ago. Tha supply for tho week to
date Is tho largest: since the third week
of March, when nearly 40,000 showed up
on Monday and Tuesday.
Buyers were very bearish and some of
the early killer bids were lofj'JOc lower
than yesterday's average. No hogs were
cashed at this time, however, and by
the time sellers started to cut loose prices
were 10t)16c lower. At the best time
values were a little better than this, but
the average la a good big dime and pretty
cloae to Itxflloc lower Early rounda were
very dull, but after a trading basis wss
before 11 o clock. Considering the sue of
2 j the receipts shippers did not get In very
1 Bulk of the offerings moved at 87.LV9
17.80. with the big long string al the former
figure. Tops reached 17.35, being a fiat
quarter under tiie
11 isc 11 nun ai me
close of laat week, and a dime below the
high 1 price paid yesterday by packers.
Kor the week the general trade shows a
ii20o decline, with shipping grsdes on
the long end of this break. The packing
demand haa held up very wall consider
ing the slso of the receipts and the lack
of shipping orders.
40 7 2
At. as Ft.
..271 lei 1 17
. t4 Iu4 1 tl',
..7 ... T to
..147 ... 7
... 7 1
.lit tl 7 44
BHEEP-Rerelpts fell rar below ysstsr
day'a and weia only moderato aa com
pared with laat weeV'a runs, some eight
cars, or i.000 head being rn-ited In. The
supply for the we,'k to Mate loots up
about 7.2?7 hesd. belli, sllahriy smaller
th... for the -me days a week ago. af
only a little over ha f as large aa for the
torrcsDofidlne i.svs laat vesr
Prarth allv the entire supply consisted
ef lambs, divided noo-lt erpiklly between
the wooled and shorn grades. Parkers
t. I 'Jav's
ri i l.inu ruiitli-T , t... i t
in.f? iTiuiiMri, r.ri T.i.Ijiv wet,- move snc-
i-j'srul. It Mle was extremely flull. the
i lil H-d tc.fr being the first M move. A
b in h of the nsne sort ot cllppeis thnt
hroiiuht fti yesterdnv Isnfled al Ift.W.
soil a load of aNiot the ssmo kind as
"""" s swie soia at s. so tnsi '
on the bni of thee two transactions
values itrnkett .v.fi:,.' ,.ff 1
i 1 "
I here was s hsrdcr fight on Oie wooled
grn.loa. and . t.. a late hour nothing on
...... ..nv. .M.. vni v, . mil ill n II
sprinera sold enrly at 111
In the end the bulk of the wooled
lambs moved st prices that were anvway
a (pisrter lower, and some traders
thought more than that. The best stuff
i here brought 111 On, as against I1.T for
7.227 about the same kinds yeeterdav and the
'i.Too bulk of the woolnd kinds moed at I'O 7i
11. .'.4.1 ftll im. Trade as a general thing was any
l.'.aii , way Kili2fc off, with wooleil grades at tha
iH.tW long end of the decline. No aged aheep
or consenuence snoweo up.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Klrm Ilea Weak
CHICAGO, May 18. CATTLE Re
ceipts. S.mo head; market firm; native
tieef steers, 6 Hi 9 25; western steers. W.10
f7.9n; cons and hrlters, 3.2fi'tf4l.76: calves,
HOGS Receipts. 19,000 hefid ; market
weak: lojil.V- lower; bulk, I7.MP,70; light,
I7.4iVh7.7i; mixed, 87.40 7.70; heavy. 7.K1
( t: rough, 17. Mi 7.3; pig. S.V7M17.40.
SHEEP AND l.AMUS-Kecc-lpia. Irt.OnO
head; market weak; sheep. I7.751i-n.50;
Ht. Loots Lire Stock Market.
ST. IXIUIS. May 18. CATTLE R'
eelpts, 4,Otm head; market lower, native
beef steers, SW.MVmU.ii); yearling steers
and heifers, l.!..!; cows. fc.0mj7..Vi;
atnekera and feeders, SS.OO'iia.Iii; southern
steers, SS.SiiS.2A; cows and heifers, 34.oOd
6.00; native calves, tW.U'dO.OO,
liOGS Receipts, 12.400 head; pigs ami
IlKlils. K.3."(r7.7.'4; mixed and butchers,
7.tiV,i7.7o: good heavy, IJ."-!..
SHEEP AND UMH8-Receipts, 3,100
head; market lower; clipped misttons,
';.50,ll7.S.'.; clipped iambs. li.6oL-9 Si,; clipped
yearling., N0rif9.1O; spilng lambs, I1O0U
Kansas City Live Stoek Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mav 18. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7,500 head: market higher: prime
fed steers. .6ihu9.26; dressed beef steers.
7.SMi t.-'-O; western steers. 7.6"(i-S 66;
stoekers and feeders, S.7tli-tO; bulls, S.i.76
Kt7.n0; calves. Sfl.60iif9.26.
HOGS Receipts. Jl.OtXi head: market,
lower; hulk of salea, 37.85HJ7.45; heavy,
t7.S.Vif7. 40; packers and butchers, 7.35(d
7.60; light. 7.3Wr7.M; plas, tS.S6W7.40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 9.000
head: market lower; lamba, r Omfll.Jn;
yearllnga, K.0O4i.76; wethers, 7.tstil.76;
Slows City Lire Stoek Market.
SIOU.V CITY. May 18. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,40ii hear!,;, market firm: native
steers. 7.0oiU.. butchers, I&.60Q8.26:
cows and heifers, l.00(ll.6; calves, Sti.09
0J.M; hulls, stags, etc., 86.4n06.90.
HOGS Recelpta, S.fcK) head; market 10c
lower; heavy. t7.2547274: mixed, 87.90-,.)
7.2.V light 7.174Ji-30; bulk of sales, 97.174
gt. Joseph Lie Stook Market.
BT. JOSEPH. May 18.-CATTL&-Re-
relpts, t.000 head; market strong; steers.
I7.n00r8.75; rows and heifers, S4.tO$.76;
iroiia 1, 1 ,, 1 nm - m n -w .
lower; top, 17.46; bulk ot sales, 17.301?
, SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3,500
hi ad; market aloW; lamba. 110.6011.60.
hp.w vrm v u.v is rvimrii-in ti..
market for cofee futures showed a fur
ther decline today under some scattered
liquidation and trade selling, which may
have been partly influenced by a lees
optlmlstlo view of political oondillons, but
which was chiefly attributed to tho recent
easier tendency of tha primixry markets.
1110 opening wag at a decline of U to 10
points and the market closed 9 to U
rw,il- In, n-l - Ol X. W- .-. I ,
" " ".- . , 1 . , . . ,rw 11 ( , inmft
V5ic; Juno, 6.68c; July, S.OOo; Auguat,
.44o; September, S.Sac; October, j.70o;
Novemner, .7o: Pecemner, 8.7c; Jan
uary. 8ici February, Stoic; March, S.3ci
Arirll A llrAl n,.l-. VTA T
7c; Bantoa. November, 84c. Cost and
freight offers were reported about good.
Santos, 800 ret below tho last quotation.
Rio exchange. 4d lower.
NEW YCRK. May 18. UOA RRs w,
sti-adv; centrifugal, 1.8e; molasses, 4.12o.
Refined, firm cut leaf. Sloe, ernahad
Sue: mould A, 146c; cubes. S.SOc: XXXJC
powdered, .16e; powdered, S.lOo; fine
granulated, SSOct diamond A, 8,00c; eon
fectloners' A, l.90o: No. 1, S.TBo. Futures
advanced 1 to S points early - today on
modai ate buying. A salo of 86.000 tons of
Cuban centrifugal Was sold at 4.9no for
June shipment. Sales of 30.000 tons of cen
trifugal for June-July loading waa re-
rorted today for Europe on the baais of
76o f. o. b. Cuba. Between 4.0U0 and 12.000
tons of granulated were sold today for
Omaha. Hay Market.
OMAHA. May 1S.--H AY Prairie, choice
upland, none here. 113.00; No. 1, none here,
812.00; No. 8, M.Oi-fl 10.00; No. 3, f..n 7.00.
Choice midland, none here, 812.r0; No. 1,
none here. 111.0011.50; No. X SK.O114.IO.OO;
No. 3, ITi.iintl7.oO. Choice lowland, none
here. I10.00j 10.60; No. I. W.OOfi 10W: No.
t. 7.00448.0ft: No. I. 4.00fi)0. . Straw, none
on the market Choice wheat is quotable
at S5.00lif 15.50. Alfalfa, chol.-e, 813.50-014.00;
No. 1, 12.0(KfTl3.Of); No. 2, S,fft.ir.O0.
NEW YORK, Msy IS. M ETA LS-r-Lead,
14. 17404.224. Spelter, not quoted.' Cop
per: Quiet; electrolytic, 119.00;, csstina,
ll8.6fVfflS.76. Ttn: Pull: five-ton lots of
fered at tCleOrr .. Iron: Steady and
At London Copper; Bpot, 77 10s; fu
tures, 78 10s. Tin, 12 10s: futures.
112 10s Antimony, 9743100. Lead. 20
7s Sd. Spelter, AS 10s.
NBW YORK. Msy 1S.--CrTTON-8pot,
quiet; middling uplands, 9 56c. Sales. 70S
Cotton futures rinsed steady; May, Sine
July. 9.88c; October, 1.73c; December. I.SSc;
The market closed steady at a net loss
of V nntnf.
LIVERPOOL, May IS COTTON ft pot
unchanged; good middling, SlWd; mid
dling. 6 23d; low middling. 4.7M. Sales
London Stoek Market.
I I1NPON. May IA American securities
on the stock market today opened steady
and a fair amount of business waa
trsnsscted. The rloslne was steady.
SILVER Rar, 23 8-16d per ounce.
, money ivreiv nr rent.
DISCOUNT RATE Short hills, 3H24
per cent; I months, 2 lS-l6r per cent.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails
NEW YORK, May 18. EVAPORATED
PRIED Fltly'lTS Prunes ar.d raisins,
steady. Apricots and peaches j ,ncj
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. May 18 MERCANTILE
PAPER 3474 per cent.
' STERLING EXCHANGE Heavy: six
day bills, 34 726; for cables, 81.79.15;
for demand, 14. two.
SILVER Bgr, 44c;
HON DS Government,
TIME I1ANS Firm
sixty days. l9
3 per cent; ninety days, 3ii4)4 per cent
1 . . I. -I , 41 1
Six iiioiiii', -.i, ' e- ,
CALL MONEY-Steady: high, t per
cent: low. 1 per cent: ruling rate. I per
Icent: laat loan. 8 per cent; closing bid.
1 per tent; oriersa ai per cent.
Closing quotations on bonds today Were
nt, rag... 'X. l-se. av. Is ... 411
4o coupes .
V. S. s. rag
V. S. 4. rag
' "N. T. g. ISs... 71
l0N. T. CUT 4a IS4
PiOtN. Y. SUM 4Va.. ..ut
N. Y . N. It. H.
Il OT. Is 10SU
Paaasia la copos..ie'No ratine 4 kl
An, bmsltars 4a ...I'M 14 do as
A. T. T ct- 4a 40. S. t ral.. 4s... S
Arnwur ft Co. 4Si.. KHrw. T. A T. U 84
Atrhlsoa rs. 4s ... lOHTana. can. 4
Hal. OSM 4a.... s4 4a com. 4a sMvi
iw ft on 1 a 4s.. M4 Ra4ln( ia. 4a..... M
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i'-rlNEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Dealing in Shares the Smalleit of
Full Session for Long
BUSH DURING FIRST HOUR
NHW YORK. May 18 Dealings In slocks
were the umallest of any full session In
over two month, the total turnover
barely approximating 210.000 shares. Of
this amount, almost half the business wn
irnnsacteu in the ilrsl hour.
h!oii reasons and theories were ot
tered In explanation of the stagnant trad
ing, the most plausible, one being that
speculators as well as Investors wen
awaiting sinia definite developments in
the foielan s4tufli.n. .In point of fail
the market has been very thorough,.
liquidated and fresh hull or bear am
munition Is necessary to infuse new Hi-
in one direction or the other. The short
Interest made the most of some eaily no
InvoraWo crop reports to depress price .
Peilines averaged a full point In th-
leading ahares ami a little more in atoi l.i
of I, stability. Thereafter the li-.
fluctuated narrowly with occsloiwi
rallies, but dcllnin again at tl.e ilos,-.
rorelitn exrhanae reflected the d hate
atate of Internntlonal finsncet, Italian r
mlttances hanclnx at recent low hio1h
tlona and France going lower than be
fore. !-.'-'n sterling exchange exhllilte"
unusual weakne. a far attributed to
advices from lindon to the effect lhat nl'
Hrltlsh capital txaucs ace to he siispennc.i
preliminary to the issuance of a new war
Figures crmnilcd from m nimilier of
cusnoms districts for the last wek show
a large Increase of exports over Imnoi's.
allhouch the gain Is below recent com
iwrlsons. Time money holds firm and
mercantl'o iper Is quotablv blither.
Railroad returns show lreiilar gain
and losses In net returns", the New Haven
avstem reporting an Increase pf Sl,S4l,0llO
rcr the last qusrter.
Honda moved In sympathy wl'h rtock.
speculative lxsuen showing acnerAl de
cline. Totsl aalos, par vnlur, aggre
UnlteJ stales bonds were unchanged
Number of sslea and ?faSing Quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Sites, inss: lv tiwe.
A1sks OeM .
Aisslssnisted Copper -.
Amerlcs llest Susar....
Amsriran M. A H
Amsrlosn H. a H ptl...
Am. gussr Refining
Amsrtcsa Tl Tl ...
tuillmors ft Ohio
flroftttlrn Ilnr-lil Transit.,
(isllfmnls Plrolus ....
riHiwiMss a Ohio
Chli-sso. M. a St. P....
OlIrMO A N. W
Colnesila Fsel ft Iran....
Oolnrsdo A Southsrn. . .. .
Pet, A Rle Ormses....
nsnvsr It O. vdt
riMlllsrs' gsetsitlss ....
Orsat Knrthera fif4......
Orsst No. Ore sirs
Intsrtmreask Mat. M..,.
Ititsrnatlensl Harvsstsr ..
Hennas I'lty Sevlksra.-..
toulmtlls AV Natnrllle...
Uwnrl, K. T 1,
Missouri Pastflo ........
Now York Central
N. T., N. H. H
Psrlfto Tal. A Tsl
rulliras PaMre Car
Hmr Vom. Ospeer
tWXl 1MI, 1S7t
1,30s H W
" ioo "
t.snn 1 HH
1.34' 17 4
80S ' M14
tOO 41 i
1.7M 104 loa
Rerh laland Om ,
Rork Island Oo. pM .
m L. ft g P. U pta.
flout ham Tsrlflc
Southara Railway ... .
Texas Cnmnsnfi ,
1'nhrn Paciris f
Ksitag aulas Steal...
41, g. Steal aM. ......
Wanara tlnloa ,
Tatal sslss fer the day. SlO.SOo ikuw,
Loual Rtoeka sail Bouila.
Quotations furnished hy Surna, Brlaker ft Co ,
443 Omaha Natlonsl bask building:
gtnoks .... . M. Aled.
Puilar Brna. ... -IS4 21-1
Peera ft t o. p(d , ai-ljlv ,,, It 111
yalrmonl Craasiarr 7 par oast I4.... loo
Otsat ,WaUra Busar f4 Pt Kim
Molina Plow prd ' PU
stiuntaln States Tsl 1"1 101
On-ahs a r. B. at. Sr. ptd .......... 74 71',
(Heahs C, R. H. A B. p!4 tu I
Patsrs Mill pit S par oast :'....... Kt M
eultbariar ft Song f per cant ptd to II
Uoa4a . ...
Arsantlne OoTernmagt t, 1M M'4 M
Alma. Kab . Wtr Worhs La. II li
Brunlng. Nab., W alar Wki 6. IIU4.. SS 100
blaemioslus. Nab-. Klae. ia. IBM .... 101 1m'
J I. fata Theaihlnl Mch. . 1821... 19 . 141
olumhu, Nab., Kiev. .", 1124 II II
Pundaa Itaaltr Co. 4a. IU2.... ,S lm
Dsrton Ushllag I'o. la. 141 .i 114
Llnenln. Neb.. IS. 1M.... Its .lot
Omaha g U P. 61. IM8 Si II
Omaha Power 4'. 1IM 101 to;
Omaha Water 4SS, 1141 11 lot
On.aha A O. B. Si. Ry. 4a. Ittl 114
Panniylvanla H. 11. 4a, 1145 Pt tl
Red Cloud. Nab., 4s, lltl SI 17
KKt a re. u. 1144 w
Rtata af l'Ub'4a litj 104
CnlTaratty Plans. Nah., 4s. 1417.,..
VMtblla l,n las Stock Yards 4a.. 1M4.. ; P4 10
Dry Uooda Market.
NEW YORK, Mav 18. DRY GOODS
Cotton goods markets were quiet today.
Ysrns ware steady. Wool goods were dull;
burlaps were firm. Underwear and hos
lerv were In steady demand for home
trade and export. . . 1
THE BEST LIHIf.lENT
sit rssj sjuii m thi niMsa imt
IT HAS N
POT at,aMVtlJU SU8V4
KssUsaf . u4 tt mil Old
4 la . lots, IiiImi.i
Ilisf VsMadsi. rUxig
imtarliat CswacM. sWt
all SUM Joints
causrui SaLSta h.
Raeta a. . 1 .
sww a uu
ft wsasl sr 1s Btrf
ss bsf H ftsl H Sset
asl si stats S Same
at thsrslsrs ss asra
ass rsssg rraax Ms ea
sissssts Sat II iss ka
sad ss say aaaa ftai
rsesirH SS satnert
ss Biles lis a SM8
It M0, 13 1st S0iUkt3S-18isSiaUS atUSUXS
Oarakin, Tm. "Oaa kottla 0 aval I Sal a 414
sir rtvttua ftara Suae Sua lis) S .i4 la
urtor ikill" OTTO 4. BtVaS. 11
tti I .SO pat ka4Ue. SaM 8 druailrta, 1 aaal 1 1
bf a ,.,. arii4. Wrtia fornankl.lg. Ijf
as u'VRUiLt-viu.ish'f turiS7, ten; 4.1
Rcducci Strained. Puffy Aflklrs
Lymphaagitis. Pod Evil, FUtuls
boll, SwgUiinjs: Stops Lameness
and allayt pain. Heali Sores, Cuts.
Brsites. Boot Chafes. 1 it an
ANTISEPTIC AND CERMICtDE
Does not blister or rcmovg ths
hair and horse can b worked. Pleasant to use.
$ 2.00 s boule, delivered. Describe your est
for iperial inttnictioni and Book S fcl frca.
AB&ORhlNE. JR., ssuaissk kausaai hw swAmkI ss
4KB Krai, rauiai. gssaea. Ivotka Vaiaa. tilt Lei.
(jasjl. Caoratrai4 saly s lev Stops soautMd M ss sppu-sle-
Prlot SI sof buttle al oealani a; SMtmt4.
w.f .tOUMfl, P. b7F., 1C4J IimM 4l.6irlni9slil.Hlta.
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