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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1915)
THK i.F.K: OMAHA. TliXDAY, .IKXK 1, liUo.
HIHl grade hstd nk wood i-e frliscriitor.
capacity oo pounds. onl iiumI stunt
tirie. and lour-burner llchpse p-is rsnce.
Whut have you? Address S. . Iil9, Ree.
I'lANliS fwD for or n n MUto or lot
or lot: will pay difference; If you
have anything ft In tourh with me, as I
nave other stuff to enrhangc; give com
lltf description. Address S P. W, Bee.
PIANO New and excretion! bara,na n
slightly used pianos that have to ex
change on a atsmlard piano of the best
manufactured Address H. C. 1W1. Hoe.
PKt.MO camera 6x7. complete with 8
- plat holders, stand, carrying case and
supplementary lenses. Want typewriter.
Address R. C. HH4, Bee
PIANO Good upright Mueller piano val
I'.ed at $125. What have you to trade
fot this? Address S.C. H7. Ree.
iiwmi.mi nouse, it. rarnam tt., to
trade for an automobile, lxive ud with
fuui car nnu nrnnn m ejoi' le u'ni.
THl'CK BODY Have a ood covered
truck body for Usht delivery. Will
trade, for a biiKiry or what have you?
Address, B. C. l41.Bee.
TRUCK iOUY Have aood Ford deliv
ery body, enclosed; good condition; ealc
or trade. What have you? Address B.
C. 1040. Bee.
ONE Ueflance pay roll check writer;
jrood condition. What have you? Used
two months. Addrepa W. C. 104. Bee.
WANT to exchange show card wrltlnfcT
for anything I can use. Address t. C.
VVILJy exchange ftevens shotgun for
phonograph. Have large com popper.
sndy milking outfit and instructions.
Will exchange for phonograph or what
have you? Address, B. C. lfrt". Bee.
WIL.I, trade 150 vacuum washers for
something; can use. Offer, what you
may have. Address P. f. l'3. Bee.
WILL trade In my ifc curat diamond on
good light car. Stone must be seen to
be appreciated. Address S. C. 10t0, Bee.
AMirtmenta tnd Flats.
76 WlKlLAg ST., rooms 12 M up
ST. OEOHQE-i-ruom apartment, redeco
rated throughout. 113 N. list Ave., se
lect West Farnuru district. Phone Web
TWO glx-room. modern- steamheatod
flats. Can be rented separately or to-
f ether- Ul) summer, $.tt winter. Conrad
oung. tit Brandels Theater. Doug. 1571.
(-ROOM heated apartment. The Chula
Vista, anth and Poppieton Ave. Vacant
June L Conrad Young, 322 Brandels thea
ter Douglas li'l. . .
COOL ROOMS. U week. Ogden Hotel.
5-ROOM heated apartment. The Mason.
31st and Mason 8ts. Reduced rent. Con
rad Young, 32 Brandeis Theater. D. li7L
Choice 3-room apartment, dandy
soreened porch; oak finish; large rooms;
nicely decorated; everything first clas,
la nearly new apartment house building.
Also four-room apartment, samo building.
Very reasonable rent. Call office for ap
r SCOTT AND HIT.L. CO.,
i Douglas llX.
FOUR nice rooms; clone In: $10. Red 4SHK
CENTRA 1Nc equal n price or quality;
1-room bouse: 4-room flat. 22u N. Ud.
THREE rooms and bath and toilet; close
to car line.' I1AS0. .
T. BUl.LilVAN. 215 Brandels Theater.
FOR RENT 6-room fuinlahed apartment
during July and August. Tel. D. 737,
or call Helen apartment office.
WANTED to hear from one or two young
men desiring to share high class bache
lor apartment near business district. Must
offer credentials. Phone Douglas 2502.
Board and Boom.
BOARD and room ;n modern, private
. home for two young men. Web. 6344.
Walking distance, good meals ;
meals 14, at 1220 Howard St.
BOARD, large cool rooms, 546 So. 26th St.
Deairnhle rms. with board. la ). 1.4th M.
Para tailed Khm
MODERN, walking distance, plenty of
-hot water. Phone Tyler 15U8.
FlR. room. W. Farnain dls. 131 N. 31 Ave,
N. 21ST, CM Modern, . furnished . room.
LA ROUS front room, furnished. 2C14
Dodge. Hai ney 7W7.
: ST. MARY'S AVK., 2ft3.
Nicely furnished front room,, modern,
good location. Douglas 4432.
MODERN room; gentleman; private
family; breakfast if desired.. Walnut
Nicely fur. front room. 1413 N. S4th St.
WANTED to hear from one or two re
fined young men desiring to share l.lgh
class bachelor apartments near business
district. Must offer credentials. 1'hone
Douglss 8602: ' '
MOUKKN ROOM Gentleman, private
family, breakfast if desired, West Ktar
nain. AValnut 2V.
OOOH, beautiful front rooms, large porch.
shade, fine for summer; meals if do
sired; garage. 321 N. 22d.
FINE furnished room In private resi
dence. Desirable location. Web. &i.
A NICE, clean, all modern south room In
private family; suitable fori young men;
$U a month; breakfast if desired. 3514
ParslaBfd Haew nine- Roosaa.
TWO modern, nicely furnished house
keeping rooms. 201 Webster.
NICE7LT Fur. Hskp. Rins. and sleeping
Rms. Phone service, nice lawn ani
shade. Wob. 51S6.
DAVENPORT. 2510-2 modern apt., com
plete. Ltarht Hsswketslsi Bosni.
COOL rooms, with alcove, kitchenette
furnished. Ogden Hotel Co., Council
X. 23D. 2U-IK81RAI3LE airy room; use
312 N. 27TH AVE., 4 rooms part modern,
$10 per month. Phone Harney 5I5S.
N. 318T, 22 2 rooms, closet, pantry,
bath; fresh paint, paper and furnish
Ings; 3d floor; $11. Webster 6f'iO.
3iv CALIFORNIA-! and 3-room, mod.
furnished cottage; nice yard. Har. 4txil.
1 S. 17rH Two rooms for light house
keeping, modern, newlv papered.
atoaaea aad Coltages.
UX-ROOM, modern house, located at
1710 Decatur St; will be vacant May 1;
S4 pr month, .'bone H M31.
FOR RENT 7-room bouse, all nodern,
f4(K Paiker Bt.
8KVEM rooms, all modern. Be in Is Park.
Phone Harney 'XK9.
. FOB RENT-$65.00
nw4?llirifff 4H So. 38th St.; tiled
i ' 1 I 1! 1 11 e - '
vosuDuie, recepuon uau, iroai
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.
6. Baker. Phones D482. II317,
-KGOM 2417 Jones SL, strictly modern
bouse, large lot and shade trees. Call
Douglas 9K7. J. I. KEMP.
WEST FARNAM District. 7-room rood
ern hou . lob S. 3oth at-
fFK the Central Furniture Stores. FRE9
RENTAL LIST. '
Wi have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rest
This list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van A Storage Co . au4 a. (Mb St
'H-r'oom modern coltaje. 1U p7uTHt
Au. a , o pr moi.iii ui,.
IIoUbCS Cr'sh Buns 4k Co.. Bee Bldg.
in. ail parts el
tng. packing, shipping. 17U Webster fl.
Gordon Van Co.B
P W nth Bt Tel D. 8S4 or Web. IM
Stores mover, pa oka, shlpa; I--hore van
and I men, $1.75 per nr.; storage $2 iwt
mo. Failf,tctton tunr. P. 4,ti A Ty. MO.
Phone fHiuKlas JSs for roniDleta l'.st of
' " niimnjn, .ur, eastern .-nenrasaa. nave other business
storage, moving. Win nnd Jnrkson Pis. Ho l.iok after and will sell or trade for
jncuiKN s-room cottage, rs per mo.;
as-i rrait. Omaha Rexlty Cn.. Fed us.'.
PARK AVE, V 4,-hi-eiJul. rleht-room
residv'nty: clnn. n-wly dotorated;
bt'Kiitlf ill Imwh. lni(tlas is;.
Slum snli otrieea.
KSW modern storeroom. SOa North WH
treet; low rent. Conrad Tounf, 321
Brandels Theater. Dotia. 1671.
Nice Cool Office
Nenr flip KlVvntnr nilH SStjiifH
lAcm tur i-iievuiur ILIIU OUUITj i
Jlylectnc Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office. Room 103.
A nice office In a good location,
make your buninepg plans pticceisful.
TUB DEE BUILDING
"THE BUIUHNrt THAT
IS AI.WAYH NII'iV"
furnishes Just such combinations.
Office Koom 103.
nrna nnd l.arsaes.
SMALL garn;e on West Hsrney, $4 per
month. Phone Walnut 2?.4.
WANTED TO KENT
WANTED Suite of rooms in private
home in WeBt Farnam district by two
refined young men; must have sepsrate
beds, two meais each div and modern In
every way. Address K 418. Bee.
WA.TEI Room with private family.
West. Furr.am district, near car line;
references. Address 8 6SS. Hfce.
WANTED TO BUT
A SADDLE and bridle. Address A 600,
Tale beys everything M hand. Tyler 141A
OFr'JCa, lumiturn bought and sold. J.
C. Reed. 9i7 Karnam rini.g g!4K
WANTED To buy an invalid chair.
Charles Sthwenek. R. No. 3, So. Omsha.
W'ANTED A wheel chair in good condi
tion. Hsrney RWKl.
Slightly used high grade piano. D. 2017.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
a,) first mortgage, 7 acres fruit farm,
close to cur, H acre fruit deeded as
premium loan. Money for improvements
and mortgage. Address Li 4i5, Bee.
WE ARE always In funds to make good
farm and city loans.
PETERS TRUST CO..
1822 Farnam St.
K. M. PENNEY, 9J0 City Nat l. Bk. Bldg.
F. M. PENNEY, 920 Clty'Natl. Bk Bldg.
Farm loans bought and sold.
FARM LOANS, S PER CENT.
TOLAND ft TRUMBULL. US Bee Bldg.
K TO I14.0D0 made promptly, r. D
Wead, Wead Bid.. 1lh and Farnam Sta
CITY, and farm loan. ,
ev. cer cent.
J. H. Dumont Co..
4i State Bank.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnair Smith Co.. 1320 Farnam St
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. I2S State Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE FARM AND CITY
711 STATE BANK BLDG.
TEL. DOUG. 101 OMAHA, NEB.
MONEY on hand for city and tarm loana
H W. Binder. City National baiiK Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
(YKEEFE REAL. ESTATE CO..
Ill Omaha National. Phone lMjuglaa 2711,
6EE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
act CITY LOANS. C O. Carl berg,
u i 310-&2 Braudela TheaUr Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LIST real estate and rentals with ImjN
ELSON R. E. CO., 301 Cmi. Nafl Bank.
FARM UANCH LANDS FOR BALE.
All counties; cataloguo free. Write C,
M. Wtwster Co., phelan Bldg.. Baa Fran
Cisco. Established SO years.
Live Oak Colonies, none Detter.
Smith Co.. W3-14 City Nat. Bk.
W. T. I
). tsi. 1
HAVE TOU A FARM tm SALE? I
Write a good description cf your land
and send it to the Sioux City, la., Journal, i
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad i
Medium." Twenty-five words every Friday
livening, cauraay morning ana every '
Saturday evenina and Sunday mnmlnt
for one month, giving sixteen gJs oa
twelve different days for 12; or 60 words.
t; or 11 worda 14
Largest circulation of aar Iowa news
paper, iM.UU readers daily lo four great
4D, M OK lo ACRES, good heavy soil, la
well settled part of Todd county, Minn.;
good roads, schools and churches; price
(la to $j0 per acre; terms, II per acre
cash, ?olance X per acre a year until
land is paid for. ( per cent Interest
102S Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
COUNTRY HOME NEAR OMAHA,
$11,000 buys a highly Improved farm,
coiialsilng tf about 61H acrus located on
one of our boulevards out from the city,
only a 40-n.tuute'a ride. Good water sys
tem, small amount of fruit, some alfalfa.
nice large beautiful shade
trees and all kinde of shrubbery and
about 10 aci-es of natural timber, making
a beautiful park. This is an Ideal propo
sition for handling thoroughored stock of
any kind. Living spring in pasture.
C. R. COMBS,
flK Brandels Theater Bldg. Cimaha. D. 391.
I. 1 1 1. Kll. .1 !,,. h...lu I, I 1 ,1- 1
llttlo muuuy required. C. Bradley, Wol
MUST BK SOLD.
273 acres, tt miles from Petersburg, Neb.,
and l't miles from ltaevllle, Neb.; 9-rooiu
house, all mixlern throughout, with elec
tric light; burn, S,'x4, with abed, 16xloo;
t goixt hog houaea. all floored and dl
Vded Into ixiu; double cnb, 1ox4a. with
driveway, 16x41-. granary, mxlfc; machine
Mind, 16x100; some good fruit trees:, 01
acres wild pasture; 70 anus alfalfa; 20
acres timothy and clover: land Ilea
slightly rolling, but not rough; good crop
and good soil, price, $4ii,0iai.
711 State Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
FINE HALF SECTION.
Near Petersburg, worth $.100 r acre,
will sell for $Vj. Ijbi us show this to you.
711 Stale Bu.li.
t.-uys i,e acres, ne-ing a slate se:hol land
lease In Ixjuo cuunty: least runs vaui:
soinetKHly will get a bargain. Write 1.
C. crandall, a 44 tXH-ust bl . IJncoln. Keo.
IP Vol' have larni lands lot sale ru 1
V. 11. A., fc H..-laM, Jollet, ID .
jllKAL f", ST ATI) FOR KXCHAMJK
or Exchange '
A -ver y desirable 7-rooin house and
lata lot, on paved stet. In good
neighborhood, rrlc? K Will ex- i
h niKe lor lend In Nebraska;
with aood aoll or for a smaller house :
. 11. JLUIUUI1L OC V(J.
4W-1S state Bank Bldg.
vrn-rooin houses, well
lo,.ted. erh.n,e for H.n Pieao. Cal..
property. I N. Meniniond. ! Hrown Hlk.
tVRTY-AfMK apple orchard. Film Im-
provemonta. Near RO'd town in aouth-
eiKhty-acre farm In southeastern Ne
braska or residence near utate university.
Address 1S4J Poplar St.. Uneo'n. Nob.
In West Han: com Park, bungalow. B
rooms and enrlosed sleeping porch,
nearly finished, oak finlfh first floor,
pine and birch finish se.ond floor and
fireplace, . house all completa with storm
windows and screens and lighting flx
lures. lor ,ni.
. Mh rpoltitment with owner and
builder to see It. Harney 761
;6-R. HOUSE. Just finished. Modern, oak
1 finish. Big native si ade trees. On
1 boulevard. $." cash, bnlsnce like rent,
i Call O. A. Kcklea or J Paul F. -klea.
LEA VINO THK CITY.
T have a new, modern, S-room bungalow
In the Hann-om Park district. Am going
to move to California and must sell this
rroperty before I go. If you ant to
buy the cheapest home in the rlty tele
phone me at Harney 2'fil.
REAL EHTATK WKST SIDE
located i h'ocfc from car line In one
of Omaha's prettiest snd best located new
residence seitions. House Is new and
modern in every respect; is furnished in
oak in prlnclp.il rooms and eelge sawed
hard pine in balance of rooms.
Furnace heat; flreolace; cemented base
ment: lawn staited; young shade trees.
Everything ready to move in.
Don t Pay Rent Another Month
$.s0 cash and halance like rent is the
way you can get this house.
Telephone Walnut 8S5 today.
E. P. WRIGHT
1702 Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE NORT1TWEST
$5o0 BUYS a good three-room house;
electric llirht. Call after 6:30 p. m., or
Sunday. 301K BurdVtte,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
tUlM, paving all paid, SOth and Cap
itol Ave.; cheapest In all Dundee.
$1,275, Elst and Cuming, high and
sightly; cheapest 'lot In this district.
$1,800, fizxus, overlooking Happy fini.
paving lor street ana alley
$3 000, 100x13.1. south
handy to car line
available corner In
front, corner lot,
and the cheapest
Glover & Spain
Sl City National
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
CHAS. K. WILLIAMSON CO., Paxton
v Blk. Doug. 2107.
I'oi- people who want to start a home
of their own, or Invest money In the
path of Omaha's growth.
Wearne Park Lots
Can be purchased on easy terms,
the purchase price including all
of the following Improvements,
which are now In and pair for
water gas. trees, cement walks.
Roulevarded streets. Cemented
gutters and established grades.
Car line runs right by addition.
There are building restrictions,
which put light enough to Insure
a good grade nf houses.
Terms $3.00 to $10.00 Cash;
and $5.00 to $10.00 per Month
T'-plione Walnut S2 and arrange
leave the call with auto today or
any day or evening this week.
E. P. Wright
1702 FARNAM STREET.
This house, Icated right on car Hue,
on high terrace, is modern throughout;
has hot water heat; shade and wide lot.
$300 cash, balance like rent. Telephone
Wal. t3 today.
E. P. WEIGHT,
1702 Farnam Street.
FOR eA L.hBrlek building, new, mod
ern: office rooms below, living room
above; rents for $46 per month. Invest
ment will net better than 8 interest
Addraas P ttf. Best.
CARTKR LAKH CM B oottage and kT
Phone Webster i7w on lot 1(8. o
RUPTL RK cured In a few days without
pain. Call or writs Dr. Wrav, $. Bee
oing., ummi. r.aisuilanea 1114.
A KM A NO Really helps gel rid of that
pain In the back, tr.ucn of rheumatism.
1 nervousness, tired, sluggish feeling and
brings back that lost s.km.11.-. i..,riei..
' uiuoa mna duiios up me enure sys.
I sm. Just send a postcard to the Hl.afla-
bargsr Co., Mfg I bar . West Uberty. Ia.
PILKB. FISTULA CUBrD.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
ether rectal diseases without iui.1,.1
operation- Cure guaranteed and no
inonty puiii uni.i cnreii. Write for book
on reUal diseases ith testimunials. tilt
ii. R. TARRY. iX Lee Bldg.
UKVL KNATK 1MKMTMKNTS
(hie of tin1 I"t
llivi'stini'lit Oppoi tunitifs
in tlu Citv Todiw.
. ST. IH'IS FLAT
Thi huililltis l. built And fliiKI i'J i
KiibatHnlliil mnnei. Is lo atd clo,. to
t'riiahton tiniversltv and loe to cm
line, walking dletanrv froii down fown.
artil Ib tlioriore in a lo.m,,n whl h in In
ronMnnt demand iimnni! nartmeni rent
rra. haViVoon' "rinUH " , V , e.T V ,., ' ' 1 vl
tionrda. hot water h.at-ln l ' t. li build
ma ta nioih ni t hnvmhout .
owner will cll for
pr'ce at this time.
Call by ption- or write
for I'lii'i'i and
Hrinkpi-v Realty lnv(.tiutit
liroiind Floor Hee IIiii.IIiik
Telephone Douul.is :i;"4.
ll you telephone todav iSiimbivi
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
NO CAfll IH)WN
6-ROOM MOUIMtN RUNilAUtW
NEAR MILLER PARK.
Also near Miller school, almost new, full
lot. $-H.4 per month. I in nut sell. Am
lentlst In Omaha and m.isl .,..1 .11 lh
ill o nn v . rsv Aaei, n, .,.... .,, vn..
. . - ...
where I am starting tnv box
very soon. Tel. Walnut a.1;.
HAVE YOU sK0 TO PIT
LNTO A HOME!
Living room, dining mom.
kitchen anil Imntiy on first floor: hvrge
floored attlo with ample spaiw for two
moro rooms and bath room; city water,
olertrlc lights, cement basi-mrnt; sink In
kitchen; nice lot, located 4416 Spalding
(4t. and 4ulH N. 44th St.. Just south oT
Fontenelo ark. Keys at ;i734 N. 44th
Ave. Price, $l,s"i.
il 0. CAHLBKIUi,
SI2 BRANDEIS THEATER RLDd.
NOTICK FOR BIDS.
The undersigned will receive at his
office In the City of Atkinson sealed bids
for prices on 6oO feet of A No. 1 fire hose.
t combination ncxsles and 1 hose cart.
All bids to be accompanied by a certified
check for $3A.M) as a showing of good faith
to rurnisn goon rso. i material at the bid
der's price made. All bids must lie In the
city clerk's office on or bei'ure the 7th
duy of June, 11C. at ft o'clock p. m.
C. V. WICKS. City Clerk.
Atkinson, Nob. M2Wd7t
Polls Close at Six in
Omaha and at Seven
in S. 0, and Dundee
Polling places in Omaha will close at ti
o'clock this evening for the merger
election. In Couth Omaha and In Dundoe
the polling; places will remain open until
The Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
Bank clear! nga In the United Plates for j N.
the week ending May 27, as reported to
Bradstreet's Journal, New York, atigre- 1 :ia---gate
$3,002,201,000, against $3,3i.9,14,IOO last l! ---week
and $2,8fM,2o,OUO in tills week last ! ?J ""
year. Canadian clearings aggregate $1(W.- IT.; ""
wn A (UWl - - Sl-.Q .wk I . ... 1. .. .,
1M,v.u,0oO in thta week last year. Follow
ing are the returns lor this week and last,
with peroentagca oC chauge from this
week last year:
Cltlss. Amount Inc. j Dec.
New York Il,71.24,000 7.1
Chicago ,.. JW,7at,0H) ! I
Philadelphia 14,bK..OOOI 1.4 '
Iloston lits.XKi.mi) 2.4
St. Louis 72,104.000
Kansas City i4,;-U.imi 34.9
Pittsburgh 51.46,000 3.4 !
Pan FrEiiclsoo...... ' 47.r.f.,iXS) 11.8 i
Baltimore Z!,722,OHii 34.7 i
Minneapolis 17. 771. OK. D.9 I
Deu-ott 2ii,riii,o0.i 10.7
Cincinnati L'.1,tl29,OoO 1.9
Cleveland 24,.1.000 23.9
Los Angeles 1S.4M.0U0 8.7 I
New Orleans 15.412.uOO 8.1 ,
OMAHA 17,lf.io 14.4
Milwaukee 14,i:i0,iio 1.8 I
Atinnta ll,078.imo 10.0 !
Ixiuisvilte 13.sx4.om 7.4 ;
Seattle 12,4-Ti,oimi 7.3
Buffalo 10,lli;.0ool .2
Ft. Paul lii.Hnn.oonl 3.2
Portland, Ore . 104,000 23.0
Denver fc.or.l.um .6
Houston 6.2K7.0001 14.5
Richmond .E!i2.000j 17.0
Indianapolis 7.219.000 0
Providence ' 6,rA2.o) 7.7
Fort Worth 7.W,0ii 32.9
Washington,. D. C. 7,Ki.Xio 3.2
Memphis 4.KsO,000 16.2
St. Joseph 7,447,Oih) 9.3
Columbus S.OM.noo 3.2
Nashville 5,120,Mi 11.4
Albany 4.7:H.OHii 13.4
Halt Lake City 5.3-V,,ooo 3.8
Toledo t.TWi.Oio 14.1
Des Moines 4.7(i,0ol S.8
Hartford 5.412.0HO 18.0
Duluth 2,si7,0(n 10.8
Roe heater 4,O7S.00o 7
Savannah 3.S36.000 i.
Norfolk 3.3H7,OuO 8 8
Spokane S,2hg,Oiio t.
Wichita 3.413.0 6
Macon I.OM.noul 1.7
Oakland 3,0.,l"0 .1
Scranlon i.H.iUi 6.1
Peoria 2.MO.OO0 26.3
New Haven 3,.4,Oi) 5.6.
Sioux tlity 2.t!,oiD 9.3
Grand Rapids 3.01, Ono 1.0
Syracuse 1.. 2,rii.0ii0 4 7.
Jacksonville, Fla... 2,7W.Oiioi 17.1
Birmingham 2,ooo.0ii0 19.3 .
Lincoln J.3K3,"') 21.0
Fermnnt I 84O.0on( 7.1
CHICAGO LIVU HTOCH V1HKKT
Cattle Are strong to Higher lloa"
Irregalar Kherp Bteaely.
CHICAOO, May 81. ATT UK Receipts,
11,000 head; market, ttromr to 10c hlgh.u :
native beef sloers, $7.1iy!j0.SO; western
steer, W.!.1); cows ind heifers. $3.wi
175; caJves, lower, $7.itKHl.60.
HOs-JS Receipts, 30,000 head; market, ir
regular, closcel 60 lower; bulk, $7.nu7.0;
llaht. $7.B0k7.(: mixed. $7.WXa7.8n: hes-y,
l$T)rr7.75: rough, 7.ao-tj,7.8h; nigs. $rt.OOy7.40.
I rillUEP AND LAMHK -Receipts, S.0l)
'head: market, steady to 10 higher; sheep.
itHftilH: lembs, r.W'10K; aprliig.
; $7.fu 11.50.
fit. Iools Live UtitfU Market.
j HT. IiOCIH. May Sl.-CATTIJ--Rt- j
I eslnts H Ma) Vte.id : n.Hrk.. lower: iintlvs I
beef iteers, 8i.tiKiM.a; lows and hellers,
$0 Oo'i'O.IO; stockers and feeders, $!.onVl.a.;
southern steers, $5.it'8.i'6; cows and hell
ers, 4 0iii.Ui; native calves. Io.0ntiSl.7S.
IllXJIi- Ret elpts, 1A.800 head: market,
lower: plgn and lights. $i.:;'ii7.W; mixed
and butchers. 7.7b7.Vi; goo.1 heavy,
Hi I UK P AN1 L.A.MI1.S Re.eipti, 3,3 l
head: market, higher: clipped muttons,
li.mxib.Oii. clipped lambs, ,)Anu:iii1 spring '
lambs. $10 1 i lO.ri. !
Kauaas 4 Ity l.lve Htoek Market.
KANSAS CITY. May 1.4"ATTLK Re
ceipts. t.hiO head: market, steady; prlni.i
fed steers, $.7.V0.X; drceeed, beef steers,
$ UA70; weslero steers. $7 1(8 SO; stoi k
ers and feeders, pi.luUi.in; bulls, $-1.0o4
7.: esives. K6i'4Hui0.
HOG 1 Receipt-.. 13,000 head; market,
higher: bulk. I7.5'ra'7.70: heavy. $7.bt-i7.70:
packers and .Dntonera, $7 fCsU7.'
$7.io-u7.75; pigs, fi. few?. nil.
H IbEP AMD I-AM11S tteceliils.
I-AWHS ru-.celpla S.aiiO
irher; lamlis. $9 2W11 'M:
hvad: market, higher; lamlis, tniAllio
r(ni '.. welheis. r.7'n.0i;
Sluai 4 1ty Live Stork Market.
BIOUX CITY. May 31. CATTLB Re
ceipts, 1.300 head: market, 10c higher: na
tive steers. 7.V"u9.oo- butchsrs. tbfeHfei;
cows and heifers, $4 .3fi7 .hi; calves, $7.00:
10.00: bulls, stsga, etc., $&.5nfr7 2S.
HOIW- He. eli'l. .H) head; market. Be
lower; heavy, $7.42'4i7.6o; mixed, $7 4n
1 light, t7 Jj7.4;
iiuik or satrt,
1 ( H.
r-HKKP 4.r i.A J! ItS-Ru' eipts
' h. d.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Strong Shcfp Ave i
Qnotftbly Steady on Very
HOG VALUES GENERALLY LOWER
.-ul Til OMAHA. Muv ifi. lSUi.
!;-. pt won - I'aww. il. Hheep.
K-tiiii.itv Mrii. lav.. ;,Jii J
funic .t:( iat i vl, . . . fi ; '..'I7 1
J-ainr day .M-k h.i .m; 1 1 - .1 . :"!
Miiik- in ,; uvk .ig, 4 i ,.'.i j.tl
m- .1 iv 4 w.-. ks iiko iliwi ii.v.1 I.KJ'.'
l-nil.i. day l.-ist Ji'ur... In!.' 4 411 .T44
Th- lolioeliig tit-i shows thu receipt a
Pf f-attle, Iioks ,in,l sheep at the houlli
oniHtia 11 w
I stock niurki t for ttie
j i onipn-Isons;
l!'i.. ilit.:ifti:i. ii:'. mil. iKhi.il.
May 14, 4ii,i i I1' s ; tm i H iM, 7 OH
; M) l&.i J 4M.i . J. gi, t 5i !W 7 11
' li). H 1 8 21 Iiini'.i "
May K. 7 SMi' I :H 7 ti 6 Ml Si 7 0$
Jisy l. I s SO I l 4 Ml ll I r-
May l'i. J 25 i 2.1 8 ' T'i D 3S. M
Mhv . 7 81 S 1 S .7 Sol d 73i :3
$1 g 1, S , 7 50'
M'tt 8 Hi 8 34 7 t.H
A av 17 sjtui
a t 7 01 i
I "", i ? 8 Pi ' ! ?'l - .J
(.... .xi 1 t m. - a . (ft . t I
1 w l l w is if, v 7 r, .,'1. 'I A
i .,, .- n. r - .' - u n ... - u., . a-
' , t- . ... . , . . .
. r'"rr I V 1 ' ''.
, -, X .n , 7 6 '.ui H b:
I May 2ii.
. I f.! a 40 - IU HI I It
7 4P. R 01! S 42 7 So I sll S7I T 1
stoi-k i'irkei for tho year i .,,. k,,,.- i..,. m.. Toesils alien ii. i oi, i-..,. r,n nn
o atc. a. coined h '',, f TVu
":1 top. on wool.-,! st.K-k v-nl :it tin V.. A nt "ip refugoea nnd especially the little
i.y'"' l,3,.i.:M l.l4N.i)i .-J..HM. fr(V oM 1)rsds of -llppe-s went m t '., ones. He told of an Infant who wns
tZ fVliowinrtahi.. -hows tha-.vcr.ge ' -TV': " T.- 'few s'hoiTeii wr"1' rnly This so
Pi for lioKs at the Sot. n. imnha live . 1 1', ' ' . , ',.-.! ""-he.l Hie hearts of local women that
. . in
m ( m
I Mav So
! Mav 81.
CATTI.K Tnc week opens out with a
very nutderate run. about J.4rt heail. as
compared with .i.iMl head on last Mon
day. The genetiil quality of the offer
inga was much the same as last week.
Trade opened nut very slow, hut this
was nmbal.lv due lo I lie fact lhat sales-
men were comparatively bullish in their
views and aKked nulte a little higher
prices than i resnlleil nt Hie Hobo of last
week. In the main slues were steadv
to minim tor both lightweights anil
hoiivies. good yearling selling ss high as
$i so. nnd best of the heavy cattle around
$H. 7y.) . Alter once under way trade
was fslrly active and a comparatively
early clearance effected.
Cows and heifers were In very mod
erate supply and found a very good out
let al prices that were steady to and In
some cases aa much as 10c higher (Ttan
Friday. Both local TWKene and outside
butchers had very fair orders to fill, and
I he very limited offerings were all picked
up In good season. Veal calves were fully
steady at last week's doollne, and the
samo was true as to bulls, stags and
rough stock generally.
Business In stock cattle and feeding
steers was very light. There were only
a tew loads on sale and anything good
enough lo attract competition nold fully
as well bk last week. Medium and com
mon etntt of all kinds waa v?ry slow
sale at uneven brioes.
quotations on est He: Good to choice
yearlings, $8.4OH0O; good to choloe oera
fed beeves, I SMI8.75; fair to good corn
fed beeves, $8.l!Mj.3ti; common to fair
cornfed beeves, $7.bO'u8.flO; good to choice
hellers. $7.01x08.00; good, to choice cows,
tii.MXiW.OO; fair to good cows, $i.7.'u" SO;
conuuun to fair cows. $17i(i.7ii: good to
choice stickers and feeders, $7.HVrf.l0;
fair to good stockers and feeders. fi.oOif
7.60; common to fair stockers end feed
ers. SS.00rir7.00; slock heifers. $H.00W7 00:
stock cows, (&.7tVu4.7s; stock calves, $4.K0
HIW; veul calves, H ftKjjuO.76: fat bulls,
stags, etc. $e.&0ra 7.23; stock, bulls. ii.Otitf
j Representative sales:
Av. Pr. No. .4.-. Pr.
....MSI 7 M M TIW I 44
m in 34 ..mi 1
11H 1 : 11111 $ tt
urn 10 m mi 1
in; 8 o i47i 8 :
urns t - 36 1 11
1W1 to) 47..... IVISJ $ SS
Ml I I", IM4 8 IS
llieil f 40
8TI- ICRS AND HKIFURS.
.... Ml 7 10 .17 7h I ;i
....Urn I li 7m) I M
2! " 7,1
..... 7ii t 0
7 fi 4 75 t losn in
t 1000 4 So M eu til
I to t to 4 i SI)
in w ui iue $ i
. H El F KRS.
4 iW) in 111..,,
.Ml T III
, IM 7 74
. IKO I 10
I 15 . -M7- ( 70. 1....
15 .. 474 t M ' ....
SI 70i 7 04) I....
l..1 1420 sir. 1....
I 17 1417 $ M 1 ...! 7 DO
8 MO T SO 7,......... 117 9 7
I 11 Ut till .
t4TOCltKM AND FKKPMOI
t 7 in I oa 7 ss
!1 Hit IM 10 404 7 40
11 Tin 1 10 ji im t i
1 7i 7 30 $1 824 7 It .
1 lOOJH The fact lhat the day was a
holiday fulled to have any effect on hog
receipts, and a good Monday supply
showed up, some IPSVers, or 8.S0O head be
ing r . oi ted In., This is more than 1,000
larger than u week ago and twice as
large as last year, but 2,000 smaller than
two weeks sgo.
On the strength of encouraging advices
from other points, slilppeis put up their
droves on a steady to be higher basis.
Their early purchases looked a full nickel
up, but toy bcuglit hog later at no bet
ter than steady prices. These sales
ranged around r7.G4ii7.tW, the latter figure
being top for the day, and equaling the
nigh flguro for the month.
Packers on the other hand opened out
very bearish, and their early bids were
riuht close lo a dime lower. Sellers put
killer hogs sold on a 6-ijlOc lower basis.
Bulk of packer hogs moved at $7.40t
7.4.", aa asalnrt Haturday's long string at
7.60. On the whole tho average was not
over t nlrkel lower, the high" shipper
7 40s, 8 :; h .in 7 M,
7 4v, 7 h&i a 4li 7 isv
I 7 mi, d .s.1, 7 in
8 M' 7 Ti
tO75J L&of yai u 1 1 -JiiExiviJ g65
The flavor, tang, strength and value of the
most famous Austrian and German brews
from barley-malt and hops have been the aim through
out 61 years of constant endeavor of the makers of
These qualities won for Gund's Peerless Beer the gold
medal of international award at the St Louis Exposition
in 1904. Order a case by phone and it will be delivered to your door
before sundown tonight.
JOHN GUND BREWING CO.
La Cross, .Wisconsin
7 :i j IV, S' 7
j i -.: in ... ; m ;
Sll KKP-Uerelpts wem n tie- i'i!I'Ih l-'lve humlird aHrnicnts for bHbies and
order. N-Ing the smallest fur a .Mmi.lav . , n.n of refugees In the wnr lone were
slniM the Inst woe! of .liine, I'M.:, when . , , . 0 ,
the week opened out w ith only . litfa.l "hipped to l.ui e, n-. hwltxerlsnd. Monds
on sh le. A 1 1 1 v ii 1 s this mrrnlng amounted I by loi al women's Hiixlllarles of the Epls
to only three i-.trs or .sine 7a head, ns iiopnl rhiirch. The collection wna under
ag,.lie.t head ,' week, .Vf7 head , k pv M w Art "Mother"
to w -eks .igo and J. 1 4 4 bead s yen- ngo. I . ... , ' . '
The ninllty e.f ...,av s off-rings nas'f 'he Milting Nnrsea HSsocintlon. upon
Hie en in-. no-t seen h-v.' tor n long time, receltd of n personal letter from the dean
and as tiom nt t lie .mi's fin nishe I i hnsis r ,h ):,,s..op:il church at Lucerne to
for iniiking coiniiHrlson pad' w,is ouott-l , . , . . , .
.boil, stead. A load of Mooleil .nil.. 1 I' """Rherty, IVhos husband.
sold st fni.o.. There la ." 1 1 i n no wo. led
ijiiotatlons on snrep and lambs: I.hiiiIis.
Shorn. Iiaht. $! 41 'iis.au; lamis. ; shorn,
heavy, $ K"d.7'; ewes, shorn, $.i.L.'irH.irt
l. Joseph Live aioe-k Market.
ST JOSKPII. May 31-CATTLi:--i:c-.einis.
I.em head: market steady: steers.
i;.(Mi.0fl. i-is nnd heifers. Il.fimin.w;
...,i - ii: r.4i .on.
Ullljta He. elpts. 4.e neso . llinisei
higher; top. 7 7i; bulk, $7.h 7.70.
SHKKP AND I.AMBK R.-crlpts. !.f-
head; market slnrng; lambs. I'.o.nmll.i.
Two Omaha Homes
Binrlm-1 vinil'd ti" ninuba homes
Sunday night. In one Instance Betting
considerable valuables, and In the other
being frightened away before taking any
While the laim'y of Dr. U. M
, ... .
Ponnleton avenue, was slocplnR soundly.
a quiet burglar visited the house, ran-
rackiiut It and taking tt'. in money, r
diamond stickpin, a dlnnioml ring. bi1
other valuables. His lslt becami known
to tho household only when they awoke
In the morning.
Mrs. Ivan Perry. 1U0 North Twentieth
... . s
street hurt an exciting srnsauon or
awaiting l'i the middle of the night to
find a burly prowler In the room, sta ml -Inn
between the heel and a window. She
nudged her husband, who lumped up and
ordered the man lo get out of the house,
and the Utter did so without further ado.
leaving all his intended loot behind.
Accuses Wife of
Throwing Acid in Face
Tho police are tooting fol Mm. Thomas
Brown, colored. Sk Paul street, who Is
susiiected of having thrown csjrboilo acid
In the fare of her sleeping husband.
The acid throwing occure.i Sunday nluht
and after being removed to St. Josephs
hospital the Injured man accused his
wife. Tho Browns hsve been married
eighteen years snd have four children,
but have not been on the best of terms
for some time. No trnce of Mrs. Brown
hus been found.
MRS. M'MURPHY HOSTESS
FOR THE AUMITO PLANT
Mrs. Harriet McMurphy has been en
gaged as hostess for tha Alamlto plant to
show, church organlshtlons and visitors
through the building, which Is always
open for Inspection. Mrs. McMurphy
wui formerly state food Inspector.
"In the operation of tha new plant ws
have been able to score a lower bacteria
count thsn e.ver before," said Charles
F. Schwager. president of the company.
"In all the samples taken by the stata
Inspectors during their rounds In Omaha
for the last two weeks none of ours hag
failed to show a good count"
The Alamlto company has been making
Its own sediment tests for the last six
months, of all the milk bought by this
company from the country and has been
urging tha farmers to keep their yards
clean. Farmers are given a copy of the
sediment teaU every two weeks, so that
In this way Ihey ju-e able to tell if their
milk ts not up to standard.
"There U no excuse for there being anv
sediment In the milk when 11 Is delivered
to customers, if all modern methods are
used, such us we have installed In our
new plant," added Mr. Schwager.
LAD RUN OVER BY AN "
AUTO NOT BADLY HURT
Clsrence fihelbot, jr., colored, 1U0 Cum
ing street, was run over Sunday at Sev
enteenth and Cuming streets by sn auto
mobile belonging to Mrs. J. Jacobs.
Clarence is 10 yeara old and despite the
fact that the machine Is exceedingly
heavy, no serious injury has been dis
covered by the physicians sttondlng the
i.-isi lew .i.s. , killers were able to buy wept at
M. V.. IU..1K,
.Manager Omaha Uraiuh,
ld'JO-1 iavenworth St. lloug. 411
AUL FIRTH, IHsitlbuiw,
716 M. lOti Ht. I'hi. ne Ikiuir. 0;1I.
Send 500 Garments
to Belgian Tots
i IT. I iiitigliri t y. wns foi nierly connected
they Iniinedlntcly set to work to collect
baby layettes and children's! gnrmcnts.
The Kltpntrlck store offered to pack th-'
goods rcmly for shipment. It is expected
Hint mi'Hl of the rlothln will go to the
children of llelylnn refugees.'
Stopping in Omaha
Tourists are beginning to appear In
numbers at Omaha's hotels, although, so
far, they are regiirded merely as the ad
vance girard of the many more expected
late In the season. Most nf them are,
traveling by train so far. it being some
what early for the main body of auto
tourists to put In an appearance. Then
ars hound both east and west, and all
take time to "stop off at Omaha" and
I take in the attractions of the tlate CHv
on ineir way.
Clerks Wllhelt and Dlffee of the Fonte-
I nbmt r y
ter there, and the llenshsw, Rome, Pax
ton, 1oynl. Merchants and other hotels
also report good tourist business.
: BOYLSTON and EXETER STREETS
One block from Copley Sq. and
Public Library. Convenient to
Shopping and Theatre District.
All Outside Rooms. Excellent
Single Rooms t2, with Bsth 12.50 and as
Double " 93.30, " "13.50 " '
(Oood Oarages 2 minutes' walk)
I L. C. PRIOR. Manaoir , 1
Two tulnutss from Back Bay Station1
Ten minute frotxr-North Station
There's big money nulling flonr tail
small towns ami rural communities.
Wallace & NVytiits, htuivln, hysay they!
ciesreq .! in seven liumtns. uuliooka
ITucn-i I'viMliii-e. C'et. net. 82110 a month
V.OOI1-OU MliaugCo.. ut. Clem-
"it m, Midi., cleared li.t0 In
twelve months ana the 11 hit
Oak (Klin.) Mill Ac Elevator
Co., (2.&uo In eight months
wnn the money-making
Self.CailsIad DIm rtM. an
the most Wllllderful Hour mill ever hniil. H
l-isoes paying ImMness w thin Brasoof
every ambitious red-blooded man who
wants to make money fast. Capacities
17J. 85 and k bbls. of finest roller patent
flour a day. Writ" now forour free book,
''The Story of a Wonderful Klour Mill
prices, terma, plana. Sta. lfc Will be a
reveiauoa 10 you.
AJIGLO-sVRERICArl KILL CO..
40 reurta Street Osreaskera, T
lbs Ol.U litrr HI0VIEW. IsmwS weekly. Is a
Isrse, limsly journal nvlswlug Ksw York
Stock tSxrhans activltlea from tlis amall la
VMiors stanilpqlot. Issued weaklr. 11.40 a
yaar. swns lor aampis eopias. f 1
New Ysrk IMty.
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