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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1915)
THE BEE: OMAHA. SATf'KIAV. MAY
TYPEWRITER Will trade Remington
TiMble No. 10 for Bmlth Premier No. 10.
WANTKIfc-Tc trariv painting nnd pater
hanging for printing. grotcr coil,
feed r anything I ran use. Will Investl
rate anything. Addrea. 8. C Vi; Ree
WILL rxchanre. snm" furniture tor
Cypher's Inruhator. I'JO -egg or lareer. or
seme heated Indoor brooders Harney STM.
ApirlMfili sad Fin,,
T. OEOROB e-room apartment, redeco
rated throughout. 11 N. list Ave.. se
lect West Farnam district. Phone Web
sterl74. CENTRA I No equal price or quality!
I-roora bonHi 4-roorn flat 210 N. 23d.
TWO six-room, modern, rleamheated
fiats. Can be rented separately or to
gether" MO summer, $:5 winter. Conrad
Young, 322 Krandcls Theater. Doug. 1J71.
VERY choice 4 or S-room ataam-heated
apartments on Weat Kamam atreet.
JOHN W. BOBBINS. lrj KARNAM ST.
8-ROOM heated apartment. The Maaon.
31it and Meson Sts. Reduced rent. Con.
rad Young. Z22 Rrandeis Theater. IX 1571.
SEVEN-ROOM. 31:2 Cass; elegant com
dltkm, modern, go.4 location. Wal. 3w2.
1 WUGLAS ST.. rooms 3 W up.
COOL FOR SL'MMKR.
Choice S-room apartment, with fine,
large screened porch, oak flnlxli. large
living room, large bedroom, dandy kitchen
and bath, in Nathan apartment on Sher
man Ave.: also fine 4-room apartment,
screened porch, in same building; S-room
rents for J32 W; 4-room. $J7... wljter and
summer. Rest valuo In city. Pnone us
for Inspection. Phone Iouglaa lftW.
SCOT T V H I LL COM PA NY.
SIX-ROOM flat. S bedrooms, at 2513
Charles St. New brick, oak finish first
floor! white enamel bathroom, with
porcelain fixture; good shadea. olectrlo
llxtures; .newly decorated. Key at office
T HAVER BROS.,
Douglas 1153. ""5 Om. Net. Bk. Bldg.
. 8-ROOM heated apartment. The Chula
Vista, ith arid Poppleton Ave. Vacant
June 1. Conrad Young. ZZ2 Brandeis thea
ter. Douglas 1571.
THREK rooms and bath and toilet; close
to car line. $12.M.
T. SULLIVAN. 218 Brandeis Theater
COOL, rooms, $2 week. Ogdent Hotel.
For rent in the
24TII AND LAN DON COURT..
Catering to people of refined tastes.
Apartment completely equipped fop
housekeeping, up-to-date and comfort-
Phone Douglas llo3. 706 Omaha Nat. Bk.
Board and Rooms.
wXNTED an elderly lady to room and
board, one who neeilM a good home and
care. Private family. Best of refar
etices. Hanscom park district. H. Kit.
NICELY lurmshed room, with or with
out board, for 2; nice neighborhood,
West Farnam district. Harney ?70.
06 CAPITOL AVE. Nice cool rooms.
Walking distance; good board. Doug
BOARD and room for man and wife, or
two men; private family. Web. KM.
WALKING DISTANCE, OOOD MEALS;
meals 4, at ir&6 Howard St,
TWO largo attractive rooms, with or
without board, reasonable. 63C S. 2th
NO J4TH 4768-Threa Urge steam-heatsd
unfurnished rooms: modern conven
iences; detached houss; spacious lawn
lour dollars. Adulta
FARNAM, ZKSi, two nle housekeeping
rooms, elsctrlcity, gas range
STRICTLY modern, large nicely fur
nished front room, facing Turner park,
lovely neighborhood; walking . distance.
Omsha's NEWEST and t-EST. strictly
modern, six blocks from business district
jion'h, gardens. 2454 Harney.
2423 CAES Nice cool rooms, modern,
walking distance. Very reasonable.
tW4 NO. 37TH Cool front room, private
family, reasonable. Red. 474J. '
,S. 23TH ST.. 408. Large south room for
2 or 4 gentlemen,- 26 month. H. 6n14.
Evenings and Sundays.
S NICE, large, cool rooms, modern, new
furniture, nice neighborhood. Doug. 8431.
NICE cool room for one or two ladlea,
very private, modem: board tf desired.
Nice neighborhood. Harney 3X17.
TWO nice rooms, modern home, walking
distance. Tyler 2178.
3 NICE, large rooms, close to Hanscom
park ; private family. Harney 44'J2.
THE Colonnade,. S474 Harney; choice cool
rooms. Summer rates; breakfast free.
S12 N. 23D t nicely furnished rooms,
modern; housekeeping rooms also.
KARNAM, SoU Nice, new, strictly mod
ern rooms; shower baths. Single or
A NICE, clean, all modern south room in
private family; suitable for 2 young men;
$12 a month; breakfast If desired. Ik14
fr'aralsaed tloasekeealag; Rooms.
TWO new, modern, nicely furnished
rooms, ideal for couple, i'lfi N. 2th Ave.
COOL rooms, with alcove, kitchenette
furnished. Ogden , Hotel Co., Council
Houses and Cottages.
FLNE NEW BRICK.
Living room, dining room, kitchen and
sun room, S bedrooms and sleeping porcn,
hardwood finish, newly finished; No. 118
North With St.: rent, 4f. .
Tyler lUis. State Hank Bid.
FOR RENT 2020 Bancroft St.; 6-room
cottage; water, gas, large yard for gar
den. Tyler 1478.
NIX-KOOM, modern house, located at
1710 Decatur St; will be vacant May l;
ttt per month. Phone H- t4iU
1STH AND LATHROP, 8-room malorn
house, In good condition, inquire Web
FOR RENT 7-room bouse, all nodern.
?v Paiker St.
LA ROE modern brick residence. 2601
Capitol Ave., t0. Telephone H. 6664.
; ROOMS AO modern. Bainis park.
J-R. BRICK. 12; PART MOD.
choice. tuW g. IStb. R 4902.
SEVERAL & to (28. Tel. eve. Wal. 2.-S7.
Dandy new houses. 6 rooms, all mod
ern, built-in effects. 3008 to 16 Dswcy
Ave. Open Sunday.
American Security Co.
RUPTURE cured In few days without
pain. Cal! or write Dr. Wray, 3uS Boa
llldg., Omaha. Established 14. o
PILES AND FISTULA CUREli
without SURGICAL OPERATION or
PAIN. NO DETENTION from BU8I
NES3. PAT when CURED. A written
GUARANTEE givsn In every case
nested. Patients must ronio to Uie office,
40-s-lO Omaha National bank, 17th and
DR. WILLIAM CREJGHTON
Twenty-eight yesrs in Omaha. Oraduats
of Bellevue Hos4(sl Medical uuilegs
New York City. N. Y
A KM A NO Reuily helps get rid of U.at
pain in tns bark, toiicn of rheumatism,
nervousness, tired, sluggish feeling and
brings back Cat lost spetlt. purifies
the blood and builds up th entire sys
tem. Just send a postcard to the Sliefta
harger Co.. Mfi;. f hur West Liberty, la.
PILES, FISTIXA CURED
Dr. E. It Tsrry cm is pile fistula and
ether rectal diseases without surglual
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book
en rectal diseases with testimonials 'IjR
i- R. TARRY. 340 bee bldg.
Heasea aa4 Cottages.
w;pt farnam special.
b S Jhth 8t.. t rooms: beautifully
decorated; flrst-rilasa condition tlirough
out. Oarage equipped for either gaa or
e'ectrle ear. Price. $ij 8"
PAYNE "LATER CO,
Kit Omaha National Bank FMg.
DwelliDg, 41 4 So. 3Sth St. ; tiled
vestibule, reception hall, front
and back parlors, dining room
and kitchen, 5 bed rooms,' 3
bath rooms, hot water heat
garage. All in first class con
dition. Location A-l. Benj.
& Baker. Phones D432, II317,
17 50 1,h- frm. cottMe: water
lM. Owner. 3665 bvtni St.
PARK A V E. 28 R-room, strictly mod
ern bon.e; large, beautiful, shady lawn:
newly decorated; oak floors; KJ.W. Loyal
hotel, room 4.'4
MODERN 10-room house snd good garage,
located at 111 8. :Vith Ave- Possession
June 1. Phone Douglas SKU. anv week dav.
Itoasea and Cottages.
HOUSES APARTMENTS. FLATS,
til on-i-r., 14 N. ltn St.. mod. ex. heat
ii.io--r., 41S a 27th Ave.
$Jo.tv-7-r.. 8.108 Howard St.. modern.
M'.60--r 2 Bristol St.. modern
.. 6-r., IV S Ziith Ave., modem.
M:.o e-r., MB 8. 2th Ava., modem.
C.60-.r., 117 8. Stith St.. modern.
tao.oo4-r. Apt. In the Harold, 27th and
$37.60 7-r.. 7u7 S. lth 9t, modern, Janitor
l37.60--r.. oi S JtRth St, modern, fine
$2 60-4-r. Apt., "Warren." 63 S. 28th St.
42.rA-.7-r, ifr.t Arbof St. new, modem.
Mi.OO-6-r.. 619 S. 16th St., modern, jani
46.00-7 r., MS S, 16th St.. modern, hot
and cold water, lanltor servlon.
M).0O-8-r., 33 Harney St., mod., tst-dlsss.
108 W-i-r., JM 8. 10th St.. modern.
GEOROE A COMPANY,
Phono D. 7M. 902 City Nsfl Bank Bldg.
14 4-r., elec. lights, well, cement base
ment 16 A-r., modern except heat.
. 17 -r upstairs, with heat, all modern.
'J0i-r modern except heat.
37.60 6-r., dougle house, sleeping porch.
lift 7-r modern except lights.
ho 10-r., modern residence.
JJ6 Store room.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANT,
Douglss mi. WalnitS037.
NEW 6-room house. 4708 Bedford Ave.
electric llshts. two Iota for chickens and
garden. Bargain, 11".
704 N. th Ht.. 8-r. modern. Will put In
good condition and give one month's free
C. C. "CLIFTON.
H1S-14 City N. B. Bid.
ON WEST FARNAM. No. 4226. rooms,
all modens. Qulnn, Hotel plasa. o
17U Webster at
Gordon Van Co. S5;
B N. lHh St
Tel. D t?4 or Web. lfc-1
FINE 6-room cottaae. hot water heat
all modern. 'nice home, (20 per mo tin
cludea water). Move In and If you like It
and surroundings will sell It for (26 per
mo. psymcnts. 4715 N. & Key -flrot
C. W. EATON, 1108 W.O.W. Bldg. D. 1022.
Stores, movor, packs, ships; t-borse van
and 2 men, tl.26 per nr.: storage 2 pet
mo. Satisfaction guar. D. 43S A Ty. 230.
(KB the Central Furniture Stores, FRES
TTntiOf a Crelgtl Sons & Co.. Boo Bldg.
3US Mason St., 8-r., all modem, 40.
i'tt'i Franklin St., 13-r., all modern. 135.
619 N. lth St., 9-r.. all modern, t.
513 N. 22d St., ft-r., all modem. 130.
2o24 Maple St., 7-r., all modem. J fi.
1736 H. 17 lh St, -r., all modern, (25.
620 N, 22d St., 6-r, mod. ex. heat, 28.
3fj0H Hamilton. 8-r., mod. ex. heat, XJ.bO.
2603 Chlcagv St. 6-r.. mod. ex. heat. t20.
.I'M Lothrop St., 6-r., all modem. 18.
SZh Emmet St, 7-r.. mod. ex. heat, (18.
1006 Pacific St.. 6-r., mod. ex. heat, 115.
B1RKETT A COMPANY.
423 Bee Bldg Doug. 633.
JC Rffl! rAlng sto
"ws AW.wU ,r-. r.
store a e.
a VJ per moiith up. i . axton.
MODERN S-room cottage, M par m.
3tM Pratt Omaha Realty Co.. Red 2.
FI DELITY PHEB sTcb
Phone Douglas 288 for comDlete list of
all vacant houses and apartments, also
ior storage, moving, cacauig, Shlplag.
We have a complete list of all hnnsna
partnenu and flats that are for rent
This list can bo aeon fraa of eharxa at
Omaha Van 4 Btorags Co.. S0 H. ltk St
glares Offlooo. '
Downtown Shop and Dwelling
Four rooms above, - largo shop below,
suitable for carpenter, plumber or storage
of automobiles, 14) per month.
J. II. Dumont & Co.,
416-U State Bank Bldg Doug. 6S0.
:'2.io-2016 Sherman Ave., 15x60 feet;
7,0.00-707 8. 16th St., 20x80 ft, full base
ment, steam heat.
75.00-214 South 20th St., new storeroom
In Harlev hotel building.
li'i. 00-1611 Howard tit.. 20x90 feet full
basement steam heat.
Phone D. u6. 962 city Nat. Bank Bldg.
NEW modem storeroom. 60a North 16th
street; low rent. Conrad Young, 21
Brandeis Thaster. Doug. 1671.
MODEvRN office, opposite Loyal Hotel;
low rent. tl. P. Stehblns.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator and Stairs
Electric Lifcht Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent'! Office, Room 103.
OFFICES. SAMPLE ROOMS.
Desirable space In Webstep-Sunderland
Bldg., 16th and Howard 8ts
GEORGE a- COMPANY,
Phone P. 756. tnt City Nat. Bank Bldg.
R. R. TRACK AO B.
Two stories arid basement Mi feet
with shipping platform, electrlo elevator,
heat In office, water and electric lights.
Will rent all or part Inquire of
J. If. DUMONT Ic CO..
416-41S State Bsnk Bldg. Phone Doug. o.
WASTED TO BUT
IN or near liemis park district, 6 or -room
bungalow or cot tags. Price must
be less than t3.2u0; few rash, bal. ji
monthly. Add i ess L-l4. Bee. a
Sell your real estate at auction. Write
fur terms and dales.
IsjWD AUCTION CO.. .
Famous Real Estate Aurtionsers.
IU&- 16 W. O. W. Bldg Omaha Red 83 o
Isle b-ys evsrything M hand. Tyler 141.
OPFICa, fumlturo bought and sold. i.
C hex, n rarwam rmua (let
The Boo Want Ada Ax Best Business
FARM RAXH 1. V tin FOK HAIR.
All counties: catalogue free. Writ C.
M Wooster Co.. Phelan Hldg.. Ban Fran
ft to. Ketabltahed 30 years.
Live oak Coloniea, none better. W. T.
Pmllh Oo, W.-M City Nat. Rk. t. IM
-M arres. nesr Denver for II. per
acre, will make easy terms, host of soil.
In splendid location, lays level and I
biggest bsrgnin in the state Act quick
tf you want It.
W. T. Smith Co.,
Cfty National Bank Pullillng.
HAVE YOU a'faHM TR SALK? .
Write a good description of your land
and send it to the Bioux City, la., Journal.
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium. Twenty-Uvo words every Friday
evening. Saturday morning and every
6aturday evenina and Sunday morning
(or Otis month, giving sixteen ads oo
twslrs diffeient days lor U. or 40 words,
H: or tf wurda H.
Largest clrcuiatkin of ear low news
paper . KO.tNU rsudtrs dally IB four great
40. (0 OR WO AC REM, good heavy soil, la
well settled part of Todd county, Minn.)
good roads, schools and churches; price
lib to (a per acre: terms, 1 per acre
cash, a'ance (l per acre a year unlit
laixt Is paid for, t per cent Interest.
loat Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
Hss Just put 'on the market about X
acrea of bottom and second bottom
Farm and Alfalfa Land, sd.olnlng the
Town of OGALLALA. NEBRASKA.
Ogallala is the Cointv Seat of Keith
County, and Is on MAIN LINE of Union
$30.00 to $70.00 Per Acre.
TERMS OF SALE:
payments with Interest at 6 per rent.
For further Information, address or
J. A. GRIFFITH,
Room 109 Union Pacific Bldg.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
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(Omaha. BARGAINS. Let us show you
belling farms Is our specialty.
vrw.Ti r. ji cnniuu .;tJfti'iA p r ,
N. E. Cor. 2ld ar.d M 8ts.. South Omshs n
COUNTRY HOME NEAR OMAHA.
$11,000 buys- a highly improved farm,
consisting of about 6144 acres located on
ana of. our boulevards out .from the city,
only 4 40-mlnute's ride. Good Water sys
tem; small amount of irult. some alfalfa,
tamo hsy, nice large beautiful shade
trees and all klnda of shrobberv and
about 10 acres of natural timber, making
g beautiful perrk." This la an Ideal propo
sition for handling 4Jiorouhbretl stock of
gay kind. . Living spring In pasture.
v;. n.' lvmsb,
nS Brsndels Theater Bldg. Omaha. D. 391.
FOR SAt-E, 1W acres In Perkins county.
. - -1 , r l . . s- ' ,
xeurasKia., iuurpiiy. uwuvr, iarcn
TO SELL LAND
qulokly and profitably, you must roach
those whe are at the present tliua most
iiitarrstedl In farm lands.
The Iowa farmer Is today the best farm
land brospoot in the United' States, The
Dos Moines Capital . with 240.0uO daily
roadera can put your proposition squarely
before a larger number of these live
crisDecte than any other Iowa news
paper. Our circulation la guaranteed the
largest In Iowa. We will Insert a SO word
ad 10 days for only $LM (add 6o for each
additional word). Our regular price Is la
per word per day. You sava 60c on this
offer. To sell your land tomorrow, aond
your an many iu
THE DES MOINES CAPITAL.
108 WALNUT ST. ' DE8 MOINES, IA.
Apartments, fiats, bouses ana cottages
eaa bo rontedqulckly and cheaply by g
Rao 'Tor Rant",
bbaXj estatk voAm
WE ARE always In funds to make good
farm and city loans.
PUTTERS TRUST CO.,
13 Farnam St
FARM LOANS. ( PER CENT.
TOLAND TRUMBULL. 448 Bee Bldg.
Sl TO llO.Ouo made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Weed Bid., lKth and rarnani Stg
CITY and farm loans, 6. 6W, per cant
i. H. Dumont Co.. 416 Slats Bank.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska fariua,
O'KEKKK REAL ESTATE CO.,
Wit Omaha National. Phone louulas fTVk
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co.. Iltt remain St
BEE ua first for farm loans la eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha,
CITT LOANS. C O. Carlberg.
110-811 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 228 State Bank Bldg.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans
H. W. Hinder, City National Bank Bldg.
REAL K8TATE WANTED
LIST real estate and rentals with DON
KLSON R. . CO.. SOI Om, Nat l dank
REAL ESTATE FOR ' EXCHANGE1
A very deslrsble 7-room l.ouse and
large lot, on paved street. In Kod ne'gh
borhood. Price, 6.fi00. Will exchange for
vacant land in Nebraska with good soil
or for a smaller house In Omaha.
J. H. Dumont & Co.
"6-18 Stat Bank Bldg. Ilione poug. il'.s.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
This house is beautifully located, right
on car line, on a high, beautifully te -raced
corner lot. facing ea.t
Plenty ct Itrge shade trees and icniu
House Is heated by hot water and Is
Otherwise modern throughout.
TERMS: jh CAsilf, BAL
ANCE LIKK RLNT.
- Call Walnut -' tonight aftar o' lock.
Call Douglas 2VJ6 any time today
E. P. WRIGHT,
I MOOMsl, all saodorn. lit Ute burlh part
of the city; 12 . Terms: cash and
$3 monthly. Walnut 14jo.
RKAL F.8TATK HOI TH H11K
We want an nffer for !t'4 P. 36th Ft ,
facing east st corner of Marcv St. This
la a fe-room, I-story modern houso, newly
painted. In good condition throughout.
Asking 4,;.lft, but we want an offer.
Easy terms ran be arranged, but cash Is
an onjort. Key at our of fire. Act quick
it you want a bargain.
Glover & Spain
SH-20 City National. intone Douglas JSsfi.
5 Rooms South
4 blocks to car. near paved atreet. good
barn, rlstern. cemented cave, all modern
except heat; lot 6"xl0 feet Price, $i.lW.
Terms, $4X) down.
American Security Co.
MODERN 6-ROOM HOUJU?, southeast
corner of 26rh and Maaon. nearly new.
ready for orcupany now. PRICK RIGHT.
Will pay you to iuvrstlcate. Se. owner.
M2 8. 36th St.. or phone Tyler lirS.
In Weat Hanscom Park, bungalow. 6
rooms and enclosed sleeping porch,
nearly finished, oak finish first floor,
rlne and birch finish second floor and
fireplace, house all complete with storm
windows and screens and lighting fix
tures, for tX.fV.
Make an appointment with owner and
builder to see It Harney 7619.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Beautiful New 7
Room House Near
Country Club- For
Sale by Owner.
Tliis house Is modem throughout and Is
built of the best materials: the principal
rooms are finished In oak: the living
room, which is very large, has a beauti
ful brick fireplace. There are built-in
closets, cabinets snd chests all over the
house; the basement has a good cement
floor; the house Is heated ly furnace.
There is nlso an automatic gas hot water
heater. The house racee east la block
from car and I located m one of
Omaha's most beautiful new residence
districts, for fuller information telephono
Wsl. 1343 after 6:30 p. m. this evening or
iSi) will buy modem 7-rooin house,
fine residence district, 2 blocks Farnam
car line. Full sized lot, south front
Will make terms. Owner leaving city.
W. T. Smith Co.,
City National Bank Bldg.
. New House
We are building a 8-room, 2-storir house
fn the cathedral district at 4320 Wakeley
ve. If you want 10 buy a new houso
In this fine resldental district it will pay
you to sea this one. Take a DuiTdee car,
get off at 43d and walk 4 blocks north. If
you want a real homo see this. It's a
dandy.. ... , .
Creighj Sons & Co.
608 Bee Bldg.
Southwest Corner of 25th
Avenue and Dodge St.
If von want one of the best close-In
properties, suitable for an apartment
house or family hotel, you should look at
this corner lot. Has 76-foot east frontage
on itth- Ave. and 88 feet on Dodge Ht.
Paving all paid. Also an additional piece
of ground on Dodge St., which has been
vacated. There are two houses on this
property thst bring In good rent until
you are ready to put up an apartment
house or hoter. Price for quick sale, W.OnO.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
REAL ESATK INVESTMENTS
Owner leaving cltyj offers to sacrifice
on Improved property, close in; east of
28th St.: consisting of frame store build
ing with some fixtures; 6-room rottage
and a bsrn, with full south front lot on
paved strei't. This property la in first
class condition, recently painted and It
is rented cheap at It" per month-. Owner
wants l-'.fw, but will consider offer for
quick sale. This Is one of the best small
Investments we have offered for some
Glover & Spain
Hi City National.
24th and Cass
At 24th and Cass we have two vacant
corners. The northeast corner Is 112 feet
on Cass bv 1H2 on 24th and 23d Bis. There
Is ample room to build flats fronting on
23d and stores on 24th fct. The southwest
corner of 24th and Cssa Is lmH feel on
Caaa by 118.2 feet on 24th ht.
This property belongs to an estate and
they have instructed us to submit the
best cash offer we can get
A. P. Tukey & Son
I Tel. Doug. Ml. 1607-S W. O. W. Bldg.-o
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
. , can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
I Bee -For Rent" Ad.
REAL E8TATL SUBURBAN
A beautiful corner lot iu
Dundee with a 135 foot
frontago in tlw Evan' ( 'ir
cle. Price !f2,200.00. If you
want large lots buy in
Evanto?i. Everybody says
that these lots are bpinp;
sold too cheap, but we are
roii to sell every lot.
$17,:J0rj.foj. worth of lots
sold last week in Hvanston.
II. II. Harper iV. (,'tiiiiiaii ,
101.114 City Xat'l Maul,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Confirmed Reports of Crop Damages
in Southwest Send Wheat Up
ACTIVE DEMAND FOR CORN
OMAHA. May II. IH.
Cash wheat advances i to 1 rent hlKher.
Confirmed crop damaged reports irom
the southwest sends the wheat market
There wss an active demand for corn
md this cereal sold unchanged to '.
(Hits were also higher, they selling ,.
higher than vesterdnv
According to advices received from the
: seaboard, the export business in whrrt
is tireatlv restricted bv tho scarcity of
esscl rixitit on tho oc.sn.
At least one of tho big houses In .he
.wheat trade reports huytng orders In Its
hands for goodly lots of old wheat, but
much hlKher prices than thoso now pre
vailing arc nsked by thoso carrying the
i This Inquiry comes not only front In
i dividual exporters, hut one or two of th.
Kovoinmente abroad are aald to be In
the market for both, wheat and flour.
Advices from both Winnipeg and Mon
treal were to the effect that the repre
sentatives of Oreat Brlttiln were making
strong bids for the old crop wheat
Clearances were: Wheat and flour,
eniial to l.Osis.OVO bu ; corn, wi.noo bu.;
OHta, fkVd.ncW on.
Liverpool spot: Wheat, iinrhnngi d to
d higher; corn, unchanged to 1c lower.
Primary wheat recelpta were .V.4,000 bu.
and shipments 7S0,on0 bu.. against receipts
of 612,000 bu. and shipments of 276,000 bu.
Primary corn reeelpts wers 4.H00fl bu.
and shipments 669,000 bu., against receipts
pf 410.IMO bu. and shipments of 414.0iO bu.
Primary oats recelpta were 4M.000 bu.
and shipments 914.000 bu., against receipts
of 60U.0HK bu. and shipments of 4791100 bu.
Ik st year.
.... Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago k, (4 7g
Orosha at; m
Ksnsas City m 46 14
St. Loula 23 m a
These sales were reported today.
1) host: No. 2 hard w inter. 8 cars. Jl 48.
No. 4 hard winter, I cars, $1.44. Corn: No.
I white. 1 car. 72c. No. 8 white, 1 car.
"He; 1 car, 71 He No. t yellow, 3 cars.
lie. No. 3 yellow. I car. 71e; 6 cars,
TDic No. 1 mixed, 2 csrs. 7tHc. No. 2
mixed. 3 cars. Jic; 1 cars, io'.c. No.
3 mixed, 20 cars, 70c. No. 6 mixed, 1 car.
8Hc No. 6 mixed, 1 car, IV; 1 car
(rusty), 8c. Sample, 1 tar. Km-; 1 cur
(wheat mixed), tfce. Oats; No. 2 white,
II cars. 600. No. 3 white, 4 csrs, 4H(c.
Sample, 1 cars, 46io; 1 car, 4Hc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 tur
key, Sl.48inkiit.49; No. 4 turkey. $1.4?Vtl
14S; No. S hard. Sl.47Hai.48; No. 3 hard.
SI.46Hei.47; No. 4 hard. Sl.4Vl.41i; No. i
spring, Sl.46H4.lI.46H; No. 2 durum, II.44H
4ii.4b; No. S durum, SIH'l 4iY Coin:
No. 2 white. 7n.ii';2, No n hii rii..
ii,''J?,0 wmie, tiiWiir INo. b white
.lll..(n?OS: n V a m K I .. ... v. J
mixed, 70i4r7oHc ; No. 8 mixed, 6!VW
70c; No. 4 mixed. !Hhic : No. 6 mixed,
6!l(lW9He: No. t mixed, tKHfrtiftc. Oata:
No. 2 white. 4H, W'Oc : standard. 4ni;i4'iV..
No. S white. 4!"VitMfHc; No. 4 white. 4VW
4le RirlAv XI n jtir.. .cjfTA... i i
tv't!Pc. i.ye' No- ' ll OTHdl OS; No. 3!
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featnrea of the Trading gad ( toeing
Prleee on Board of Trade.
CHICAOO. Mav 21. Bullish eron re
ports Includlns an estimate that the
yield In Kansas and Oklahoma would be
64,000,000 bushels less than was harvested
last year carried whest prices today
sharply higher. The close was strong at
VftlTto net advance. Corn values gumed
tWta to 10 and oats '4Tfc In provi
sions tho outcome varied from 10c de
cline to g rise of 6c.
Wheat speculators appeared to give at
tention almost wholly to the question of
how areat bad been the amount of In-
Jury to the domestlq arnp. Despite the
acutnness or tne war situation, foreign
news waa scarcely conaldered. The first
upturn in the market came from advices
sent by a leading Chicago expert touring
southern Illinois and Indiana. He as
serted that a Urge acreage would provo
worthless and that In other fields the
dnmajre was greater than had hitherto
seemed probable. Later tne slashing ot
Kanaaa and Oklahoma estimates led to
even heavier, buying and to a fresh bulge
Futures ranged as follows:
Artlclol Open, I IMgh.l l,ow. Close. lYes'y.
REAL EMTATK NOBTII
( Ixt3 Within 4 Blocks
of 40th and Grand Ave.
Four blocks to car. six blocks to Orand
Ave. school; lays high and sightly; have
city water; will sell .n terms of Sao down
and V per week. These, lots are located
in Ak-Sar-Ben Hill addition.
HAHTINOH HKYDKN. 1614 Harnsy Ht.
Tf an unususlly pretty and convenient
arrangement, with oak finish and every
thing ss complete snd nice ss you usu
ally pays $3,600 to $3,700 for, appeals to you
we suggest thst you see this.
Phone us todav for location and ap
pointment. Knundcrs Company,
Douglas 3622. 1215-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
5.44 Acres in
Richland Acres, $'J,(J4)
. This Is located north snd west of Hen
son; inly H mile from psved rosd. Has
running whit; tres; good rich ground;
plenty of slope. Will make very easy
H AHTINOS 41 HEYDEN, 1614 Harney Ht.
yellow, 71!(r2o; No. 8 yellow, il4tr71tr;
No. 4 yellow, 7oHl7lc; No. 6 yellow, ;ot
J.0l.o: No. 6 ve.llow. TOitiTnUe! islo 5
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1-JJ .1 I' -1
74'.' 7r' ' T4H' 73H
7V 76l 7'd
vji.! MH NT,'
60S M TniI,
i rn' is I7H l 16 I is j:h
18 67HI IS 17Hrl8 40 i 18 66 .
8JH 77H "t' 7S
10 10 10 00 10 0, H 10 00
10 6mJ 10 17 H 10 ffl I 10 60
10 H7HI 1" SI. 10 Sn I 10 So
.1 ill v .
Chlcaan Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
SI.MH: No. 2 hanl, (I Mori .V,',. Corn: No.
- yellow, 73',.-; oihera nominal. tiats:
No 3 white. n?Vuftftn; standard, My,
Rve: No. 2. 1 1H. Barley: 7?vvO
Timothy: tu.MKi Clover: K ."rfHi U 7.V.
Pork $17 90. iJtrd: $.;. Ribs: M..X7H
Ml rTI.H Higher; rreamerv.
lititll lwrr; i-i'celptis.
7 i7 ruses; st
firsts, i.i'i7c; firsts. 17W;
IDTATOWH-Iiower; receipt. rare;
Mlchlsen 'ind Wisconsin, red. 3.Va3sc;
MIcMgan nnd Wisconsin, white, W-iMJc.
l'til'L':'UV Alive, unchanged; fowls, 15c.
Corn and Wheat Region Balletln.
At Omahn, for the twenty-four hours
ending at s a. m , 76th meridian time,
Friday, May a. 1!13:
STATIONS OF OMAHA DISTRICT.
District High. Low. fall. Pky.
Ashlnnd. Neb.. M 4S 1.11. Cloudy
Auburn, Neb... V 4o .e Cloudy
Broken Bow ..44 37 .03 Clear
Columbus, Nb. M 41 .63 Cloudy
Ciilliertaon, Nb. 44 .on Clear
Fairbury, Nb. hi 4j .70 Pt. cloudy
Fairmont. Neb. 40 40 .72 Cloudy
Or. Island. Nb. 4t 43 .41 Cloudy
Hartlngton, Nb 61 41 .23 Cloudy
Hastings. Neb. 4t 3 .6.4 CUvar
Holdrege, Neb. 43 96 .10 Clear
Uncoln. Neb... M 44 .(1 Cloudy
No. Platte, Nb43 S3 .on Clear
Oakdale. Nob.. 47 43 .27 Cloudy
Omaha. Neb... hi 4A 1 07 Cloudy
Tekamah. Neb. M 44 1 Cloudy
Valentine. Nb 40 40 .08 Cloudy
Ixiwest temperature for twelvw-hour
perh.d ending at S a. m.
The weather Is warmer In the eastern
portion of tho corn and wheat belt Rain
occurred In all districts, and the fol
lowing heavy falls are reported: In Kan
sasFort Hc.ott 2 22 Inch.e, Hays. 1;
Eureka, 160 In Oklahoma Knld. L In
Iowa Carroll, l.H; Fort Dodge. 1.S0;
Forrest City, l.m. Tn Missouri Mexloa,
1: Lebanon, 1.20; Roll a, Hannibal and
Jefferson City. l.M, In Illinois Hoards
town. 1.40; Hycamore, 1; La Palls and
Htreator, L40; Peoria. 1.90, In Ohio
Cltvlevtlle and "omerset, 1.30. la West
Virginia Parkersbunr. 1.10.
I.. A. WELA1L
I.ocal Foreiasl.r, Weather Bureau.
New York Oeweral Market.'
NRW YORK. May a. 8tTOAR-Raw,
steady; centrifugal, 4.89c; molaasea, 4.U0,
lleflneid, steady. Pugar futures opened
quiet and later advanced g point or two
on reports of further saJee of granulated
BL'TTBR Bleady: reoelpta, S.9M tubg;
creamery ox t re a (S3 score), STHo; cream
ery (higher scoring), t028Hc; firsts, 24 H
QTIp; seconds, tMTXe.
nilOB Irregular; receipts, H.STiO
rases; fresh gsthered extras, tlH-frllc;
storsge peeked, extra firsts, 20tCle; firsts,
lajOc; regular packed extra firsts, 19H9
sou; firsts, lkfildlK-; nesrby hennery whites,
fine to fancy, S2H4230; nearby hennery
OH BF.HK Irregular; reoelpta, J.Jng
boxes; state, whole milk, freah, gperlajs,
17Vic; state, whole milk, average fancy,
POCLTRY Live. firm; chlokens,
broilers, 23Wc; fowls. 19c; turkeys ,11c.
Dressed, firm: western frosen rosstlng
chickens, 17tr22c: fresh fowls. Iced, Hjpno;
freshturkeys, Iced. 1617c.
Kansas City (iraln aad Provisions.
KANRAH CITY. May 21 .WHEAT No.
I hard, Sl.C7Hai.4S; No. S red. $1.4Mtrt H;
Msy, $1.47; July. il.21((l.HH: September,
COUN-No. t mixed, 74o: No. 2 white,
74He; No. ywllow, 74He; No. S. 7JH4r74o;
May. 78c; July, T4HfT74Ho; iteptember,
OATH No. S white, 63c; No. 1 mixed,
BCTTER-Creamery, Sflc; firsts, ' 24c;
seconds, 2?e; packing,- 18c.
F.Ot IS Firsts. 16Hc; seconds. ICo,
' IOtTLTItY Hens, le; rosters, 10o; tur
keys, 16c, i , .
Mlnnoapolls Grala Market. .
MINNEAPOLIS. May SI. WHEAT
May. $1.63; July, J1.47H asked; No. 1 hard,
$1.64H: No. 1 northern. S1.67HIS1-83H; No.
8 northern. S1.63HH1.61N.
FLOL'R Advanced; fancy patents. 7.S8;
first dears. 6.'0; second clears, J4.8a
CYRN No. yellow, 7IHV72C.
OATB No. S white, 52tf2lc
Mverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. May 21. WH EAT Spot.
No. 2 Manitoba,, 14s Hd; No. S, lis IHd:
No. 1 northern spring, not quoted; No. 1
northern, Duluth, Us M; No. 3 hard win
ter, 13a SHd.
CORN bpot, American mixed, new, Sa
Sd; La lists, mixed, 8s IHd.
sit. Loots Oral a Market.
KT. IOt'IB. May 21. WHEAT-No. S
red. $1. tort 1.47: No. 2 hard, SI. 52441. B;
Msy, $1.48; July, II. MH-
CORN-No. 2, 76c; No. 2 whlta. Via;
May. 74'4': July. 76c.
i OAT8-N0. 3. 60c; No. I whits. CSHc
NEW YORK. May 2l.-COFFKK-Tlis
market for futures was quiet tody and
fluctuations were Irregular. After open
ing 1 point higher to I points lower, the
market sold about Hr9 points over last
night's prices on covering and a little
trade buying, but as soon as the detnsnd
had been supplied, prices weskened under
realising of liquidation, with the close net
8 points lower to 3 points higher. Bales,
16 Wo bags; May. 6.4ftc; June, 6.46c: July,
6.61c; Aiiguat. 6.66c; September, 6 68c: Oo
tolier, 2c: Novemljr, 6.660; December.
6ilc; January. 6.74c; February, 6.70c;
March. 4.86c: April, 6.i4c. Hpot, quiet; Rio
No. 7 7lc; No. 4, Vc. No fresh quota
tions were reported In the cost and
freight market, Milrels prices were 75
ies lower st Rio, hut unchanged at San
tos. Rln exchange on London was un
changed. F.vaporated Apples and Dried Fralte
NEW YORK. May 21. EVAPORATED
DRLKD FHCTTR Prunes, easy: apri
cots snd peaches, dull snd easy; raisins,
. stock Attn oxr.
Review of Operations an ttk SCx
rbanfte Irarlng the Pay.
NKW YORK, May 21 -A steady tone
prevailed In todsv's early stock market.
Issues or all classes showing galna These
extended t' a full point In the case of
some of the so-called war specialtlM.
t'nlted Slates Kteel. coppers and Mexi
can Petroleum Joined In the rise end rep
resentative rallwsy storks rose sub
stantially after temporary hesitation.
Chesapeake Ohio and Missouri Pari
fir, features of yesterday's seealon rose
from material fractions to a point Deal
ings were on g moderate scale, mdlrs
tlona pointing to a dull day.
Number of sales and tn?tag quotations
en stocks were as follows:
S.I.. Kltli: L. Clms
An-sri,an Beet Husar
44V, 4 T,
Anierlr.n t R
Anerlfsn s. M pf4...
Am. Purv Rstlnlns
Anisiiosn Tsl. g T.I....
Snv-kiyn hssid Tiwaalt..
ralltnrnta rtml.iim ....
('r.,tiji Pvilfln ,
rhMp.)ie a Ohio
t'hliwso O. W
f 'Mease. M A ft. P.... ana
Chlraso N. W ' yo
Thlso Cnpesr ..... tAA
rolorsiln Kusl turn.... n
CVInrsilO gout her it.... i
PBVr g Rio Orand.
lwnTee A R. O. M
t'txiiier,- Berarlllea ...
ilret Nsrthsra pfd
Greet No. Or. eita
Interbnroaih M-t. pf4...
Invpiratlnn Coener ......
Intarnatlniul Hamster .
Ksnaw 1ir Snta.ra...
LftuisTlll. a Noativlll...
Mlnoort. K T
MIh,w1 Psclfle ........
N.T.6, Oop.r .........
New Tork iotr1
K Y . N. M. H
Kerfnlk A Wnwra
rsoino t.i. T.l
Pnlln-.n lslsns oar
Bar Coo. Corp.r
Rrpubll. Iron g fltssl .
PiiKk 1slan4 li
Kork ll.n4 tx pM
at. 1. a I r. M m...
00 U2 141H
see 1st .
II Mo 114 14,V4 JtJli
atno s ji i7v
. M, , " 4
S.4ss s S
1.4HS 4 5 t,
.OS MS ITS tl
140 S4S MH 4i,
ii,(o ies ims 1
TnMMMt ( opp,
t'nloa I'anine p(4
fnli4 Puis. Hiasl...,
V . ftiMl s'4...
v,ov fvs U
J" 1IM In) ,
4.40 44', MI4
l.ano i, C
l.tsn ru 4BiZ
H.M4 46 44S
Total sals, for tW day. 4I6.SS) ekarsi
Now York Maaoy Market.
NEW YORK, May XI . MTTRCA NT TLH
PAPER-SHTW Per cent.
BTKRIJNU EXCHANOB-flteady; sixty-day
bills. $4 .7f.F4; (or cables. $4.TB7;
(or demand, $4.7828.
BILVBR Bar, 4&o: '. Mexican dollars,
BONDS Ooremraent, firm; railroad,
TIME LOANS-fitaady; sixty days, t9
per cant; ninety days, I per cent; six
tr.onths, 8H03H per oent
. CALL MONEY Weak; high, 2 per txrnt;
low, 1 per oent: ruling rate, S per cent;
last loan, per oent; closing Hd, 1 per
cent: offered at 1 per oent
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. a. rf. Sa, reg... rt Vo pas. ev. at... 4t
4a ewapoa 7 !., Y. C. g. H" 7v
V. g. a. rg lH7. Y. fu 4VM IK
do esasoa lssvtH. Y. guus He 10s
V. a. 4s. rsg........lai H. Y.. N. M. g H.
do mums US ev. as si
Paaam. eoeioa..1iv4Mo. Pasitie 4a 4,
AM. Pawltwra 4-....104H 4a u .
A. T. T. ev. 44s.lnO. g. U rwt. 4s v.
Armour g C. 4s.. S-r.' T. T. Is... 7'I
Atrhlaea gas. 4s.... trsn. son. 4s
Btl. 4k Ohl 4a 40 oae. 4ts .Kiv,
rnm. Ohio 44s.. m w. i,. a n. r. r. 4.
O. B. 4). I. 4s,...oemSe. Pae. ev. 4. ill
RM g B r ev a... ds rf. 4s ,. hi.
. g. eat. 44..., n 4 ... a. s
D g R. 0 rat, te,. 47SiS.. Rallwsv s. Ms
Krl. gn. -4s 48 tnloa faellle 4s M
Osn. Icitrlo Sa...,10lti 4e . 4s i,
t. N. 1st 414s.... n. n, Kubbsr 4s...JOj.
lit Oil rsf. 4s....T V S. gtMl ...... ..Mil.
K. C. f. rt. 8.. IrwWahaaii 1st la jot
L. A N. snl. 4a.... t W. rloa 4Hs..i
M K. T. let 4s.. 74HWM. SIm. ev. a..ioj'.
rondos' atook Market. '
LONDON, Msy 23. American securities
in tho stock market opened steadv. hsrd
ened a fraction on a few buying orders
and closed steady.
SILVER Bar, 23 -18d per OuBcr. '
MONEY 1H91H per cent '
DISCOUNT RATES Short bills, 2H per
cent; three months, 2 U.U$2Ts par cent.
'Metal Market. .' ",
NEW YORK. May 71.-MKT A LeV-Lead
Quiet $4.17t4 3. Hpelter, unquoted. Tin
Firm, hut quiet; S37.60(q38.6o. iron, oulet
At London: Copper, spot,- 78 :
futures, 76 6a. Tin. stot, 10; ful
tures, 162. Antimony, XllODflit. Dead
20 is Sd. Ppeltor. 71. '
Dry Oooeo Market.
NEW YORK. May 31. Cotton goods
were steady but quiet : today. Yarns
were easier, wool firm. Carpet wools
were in good demand at higher prices
Domestic growers are declining fanev
prices offered by mills and dealers. Bur
laps were high and feverish.
OMAHA. May 21. Bsnk cloarings for
Omaha today were $2,k61, 144.6s and for
the corresponding day last year 83,446.-
MISS BAUER OUTROllS
' MISS NESBIT ON ALLEYS
In close and exciting match Miss Tot
Bauer defeated Miss Lois Nesbtt for ths
woman championship of Omaha on the
association alley last night by g score of
734 to 718. Miss Bauer will defend the
title against ail challengers. Bcore:
1st. 2d. 8d. 4th Sth Tot.
Miss Tot Bauer. .141 148 131 IK 1? 7"14
Miss Lois Nesbit..ll4 136 lit IM) ldl 711!
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