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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1915)
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N- ""'a coming to llmihl ' J Knl.h Hnnxt.
tnnwi are Invited to isit the Ynunn , .-.r .--, ,, ..,..
Women s Christian i,,i. l.Alvtr. front room and alcove, newly
Tth it MJ !? SlVrv'r A? w I ! i furnished. I" pi.,-, for a gentlemen:
they will be Erected I ti sult.Wc hTmed flnc re.iden. tltftri.-t: kin distance;
for our traveler's sld at the U nion .tatton. f "'"""v "" fi-' ' rl .
L08T AND Ft)fM
OMAHA A ftlCNi'lL Bl.l r I S BTRfctT
f"wm having lout some aril- la would
do well to cbII up the office of the
Omaha & Counrll Bluffs Street Railway
ompany to ascertain whether they left
It in the street cara.
Manv articles each day are turned In
and the company In anxious to rectoro
them to the rightful owner, fall Dour. 41.
I'TO A 4-passenacr International; Iiltzli
wheel and aolid tire: ucd lltll and
would make a Rood dellverv auto What
have jmu to offer? Add S. '. HK2 llee.
AUTOMOBILES For other automobile
bargains M the "Automobile " classifi
cation, Af'TO 6 passenger Louring car. Maxell;
1913 model, ii H. P.; equipped with four
haw Urea; In good running order. Will
xchange for piano and rash, or what
have you? Address S. C. 10M. Roe.
AURM CIAX'K Have superb eigiiUtlay
alarm clock; rlnita eight minutes; once
silenced, rlnss automatically ntxt fla.
Trmda for camera or sell cheap. Address
S. C . lof.2. Bee.
KAKTMAN 3-A Kodak; extra lense; case;
tripod: film: plate and portrait at
tachment; holders; daylight developing
outfit; K and 10 enlnrger; above cost
a bout Wu, and larpe trunk; exchange for
wardrobe trunk. Addreaw S. C, l''-1. Pee.
FURNITURE of an a-room flat; value
tVKK); want roadster or diamond ring.
Address 8. P.. 10M. Bee.
A GOOD BANJO for a good ..2 rifle.
Phone Red 3162.
FIRST-CLASS uptight piano; might put
In some cash; want lot not to exceed $tfO
or amall cottage eu,ulty. Address S. C.
HA VB a fine 1-ft. Mullln stoel launch.
which coat 1150; new: will trade for
second hand auto. Address S. C. lff.3. Bee.
HARTFORD KLEPTR1C START KR, wbl
fit on any car. What have you to trade
for It T Address ST C. 10f. Ree.
1911 MODEL Overiend. Will trade 'or
single or twin Indian motorcycle. Ad
dress, S. C. l'4. Pee
PHONOGRAPH Krtison, Is) records. In
good oondition. Will wap for chicken,
duck, etc. Address. B. C. Bo.
PIANOS Swat for or on an auto or lot
or lota; will pay different; If you
have anything get In touch with me, as I
nave other atuff to exchange; give com
plete description. Address S. C. tnan. Bee.
PIANO New and exceptional barga.ua In
slightly used planoa that hare to ex
change on a aUndard piano of the beet
manufactured. Addreea 8. C 1M1. tice.
PIANO Good upright Mueller piano val
ued at $125. What have you to trade
fot this? Address 8. C. 10E7. Bee.
LOT Have a Wyoming lot; a number o!
Omaha buyera aurroundlng. Will trade
for diamond, Vlctrola. typewriter, or
what have youT Address B. C. 1028. Bee.
VACUUM WASHER8-3 vacuum wash
era to trade. What have you? Address
8 C. 1066, Bee.
WILL exchange flrat class painting for
dental work. H. C. 106L
ROOMING houae, 2222 Famatn St., to
trade for an automobile. Drive up wrlth
your car and make a outck deal.
WILL do your painting, first class work,
and will take horse and buggy. 8. C. IPSO
TAILORS ATTENTION Am first clae
,..iur' ttimt finished un mv work: will
do your painting an
made clothes. Good
ua iait ii uul i
reference. . ujw
f.4 GALLONS outside house paint, beat
money will buy; will exchange for
horse, cow, or hogs, or diamond. S O. 1049.
ROTARY, Neoatyle copying machine
typewriter, accounting ayatem comput
ing scale, will traae ior groceries, mem",
or what have jrou? Address S, C. 10o9,
WILLtrade 1914 twin cylinder H. P.
motorcycle. In A-l condition, for prop
erty or diamonds to value of Ad-
uress tj. J. lour, nee
WILL exchange tHevens shotgun for
phonograph. Have large corn popper,
candv making outfit and inetructlons.
Will exchange for phonograph or what
have youT Add rose, a. --, iimi. ttee.
WILL trade 160 vacuum washers for
"eomethln can use. Offer, what you
may have. Addreaa 8. C. lO-JI, Bee.
iW ILL trade In my H carat diamond on
good light car. 8 tone must be seen to
be appreciated. Address S. C. lOtiO, Bee.
Apartaaeaite ssd Flata.
lf DOUGLAS ST.. rooms 12 W up,
T QSiOKQJH 6-rooni apartment, redeco
rated throughout. LU N. Hist Ave-, se
lect West Fax nam district i'houe Web
TWO six-room, modern, steamheated
flats. Can be rented separately or to-
? ether' summer, t-'6 winter. - Conrad
nung. ti2 Brandels Theater. Doug. 1571.
(-ROOM heated apartment. The Chula
Vista, SOth and Poppleton Ave. Vacant
June 1. Conrad Young, 822 Brandels thea
ter Douglas 171.
and up; modern apartments,
pustofffce. G. P. BtebbhlB.
Choice I-room apartment, dandy
acreened porch; oak finish; large rooms;
nicely decorated; everything first class;
la nearly new apartment house building.
Also four-room apartment, aarue bulldlug.
Vary reasonable rent Call office fur ap-
6COTT ANT im.L CO..
J"OR RENT Five-room apartment In the
woodland. tui Harney .
FOUR nice rooma: close In: 110. Red 4tH
C'INTRA1 No equal price or quality;
1-rooaa bouse: 4-room flat SSu N. lid.
THREE rooms and bath and toilet; close
to car line. It&SO.
T. SULLIVAN. 21S Brandels Theater.
7-ROOM flat strictly modern, 312 Cass.
NICHOLAS 6T Four-ruoin flat, mod
ern except heat: steel range, gas stove,
kitchen cabinet and water paid, 1T.
RASP BHXiti., 1XJUGLAH 1663.
FOR RENT Most beautiful, finely fin
ished and up-to-date 3, 4 and 6-room
partmenta In city. Building Just fin'
Ished. Flora Apartments, 2ttl Jones St.
JPOR RENT 4-room apartment, cicely
furnished; coolest In the cily; big lawn
and tennis court; close to business cen
ter; possession at once if desired. Phone
COOL ROOMS. 2 week. Ogden Hotel,
l-ROOM heated apartment. The Mason,
list and Mason bis. Reduced rent. Con
rad Young. t Brandels Theater. D. li?L
VERY choice. 4 or 6-room steam heated
apartments on West Farnaiu tit.
JOHN W. BOBBIN. 1U KARNAM ST.
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 XM.
Buekrd aas Room.
T. MARY'S, 2-THE HKLLMAN-
nloa single rooms: lota of light and
fresh air; home cooking; gentleman pre
ferred. Douglas eb40.
LAROt, rooms; single or en suite; Hans
com Park district. Private bath; good
board. Harney 7w). 1m a. th tit.
LARGE front room and board for two
gentlemen; walking distance; private
family. i!44 Jones. Douglas S122.
Desirable mis, with board, tl B. luth M.
rUR. room. W. Karnam dls. HI N. H Ave.
FOR RENT Three lejge front roomed
electric light; all modern; privilege of
bouse and piano; private home; rates rea
sonable, fall Douglas 41i.
Nicely fui. front room. 1U3 N. 34th Ht.
WASTED to hmr from one or two re
fined young men desiring to share high
class bachelor apartments near business
district. Must oifer credentials. Phone
SIODKRN IlO(j.u5ei,ieinMO. pTiTaTs
family, breakfast if desired, Weet Far
ftanb Walnut jju!.
flO Dodge; large, cool rooms; heautl
lil lnn, board If desired. Home cooking.
RKA i Tl Kl LI.Y furnished rooms, steam
leal. lurxe front rooms, single or en
Miite; excellent homo cooking If desired,
leflnrd private home; H per week. W.
4.111. '.Ml" Sherman Ave
A NIC ft, clean, all modern south room lrt
prt' ate family; suitable for 2 young men:
lU a mouth; breakfast If desired. X14
Fsrslihfd Ilnwrl-n1 ntc HnnnM
NR'KM.Y Fur. Hskp. Rms. and sleepln
Mm, t none serMce, nice lawn a
shade, eb. 51!.
lAVE"PORT, I0 2 modern apt!., com
plete Light Hoaeekeepl n Rooms.
COOL rooms, with aU'ove, kitchenette
furnished. Oaden Hotel Co.. Council
312 N. .WrH AVE.. 4 rooms purt modern.
IIP per month. Phone Harney Elmi.
N. !UST, ar.22 I rooma. closet, pantrv.
bath; fresh pnlnt, paiier and furnish
ings; M floor; 111. Webster f'."(
U214 CALIFORNIA i ani i-rixim,
furnished cottage; moe ymd.
filft S. lTTH Two rooma for light house
keeping, modern, newlv papered.
CIX-ROOM. modern house, lmated at
171 Decatur St : will be vacant May I;
ta per month. PSone H.
FOR RENT 7-room house, all nodern.
f4;m Paiker Ht.
mTTAOK-l.VM Iiurt St., Harney 5ii.
Dwlling, 41 4 So. 38th St; tiled
vostibule, 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.
& Baker. Phones D482, 11317,
FOR RENT 137.60.
High-class double pressed brick houses.
3012-14-1 Dewey Ave.; 5 rooms and sleep
ing porch, all modern: many btillt-in
conveniences; nice yards.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY,
-R BRICK, 12; PART MOD.
choice. 80n P. 18th. R. 4902.
WEST FARNAM. 7-R.. $45.
11 N. Sxth St.. near Dodge; very choice,
handsomely finished brick; sleeping porch
and sun room.
ARM STRONG-WALHH COMPANY.
Tyler 1C36. State Bank Bldg.
WEST KARNAM district, 7-room mod
ern house. Hifi S. 3ith 8t
I30.00 7-room modern house. Finished In
oak. Nice neighborhood. r.ear car.
AM&R1CAN SKCIKITY CO.,
f EE the Central Furniture B tores. FhaUs
SEVERAL. $5 to $28. Tel. eves. Wal. r7.
We have a complets Hat of all hoc sea
apartments and fiats that ere for rent
This list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van & Rtorsge Co.. fc. teth St
J. C. Reed
Bxp. eo., moving,
packing is storage.
12W Karnam. IX flat
ALL sixes, $3 per month up. 607 i'axton.
TTnnnna Crelgh Bona Co.. Ilee Bldg.
MODERN 5-room cottage. tS per mo.:
2(6 Pratt. Omaha Realty Co.. Red 2-
PARK AVE, 82 Cheerful, eight-room
residence; clean, newly decorated;
beautiful lawn. Douglas KSt.
WEST KARNAM DISTRICT.
7-room modern house, 108 8. 36th St.-
Gordon Van Co. 3S
tl N 11th St Tel. D. M or Web. llbj.
log. pacalug, shipping.
171 Wsbsttr St
Stores, mover, packs, ships; t-horse van
and 2 men, 11.25 per hr.: storage U per
mo. gatinfactlon gunr. D. 4X18 A Ty. tJO.
Phone Douglas ?M for oomplets list ot
vacant houses and apartments; also for
storage, moving. I6th and- Jackson Sts.
tores as4 Offices.
DOWNTOWN SHOP AND DWELL
ING KOn RUNT.
Four rooms above, large shoD below.
suitable for carpenter, plumber or stor
age ot automobiles. - per month.
J. II. DUMONT & CO.,
41-1S Btate Bank Mdir.. Doug. S0.
NEW modern storeroom, 601 North J6tti
street; low rent. Conrad Young. 331
Brandels Theater. Doug. 1571.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator Dd Staira
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office. Room 103.
A nice office, in a good location,
make your business plans successful.
THE BEE BUILDING
"THE BUILDINa THAT
18 ALWAYH NkiW"
furnishes just such combinations.
Office Room 103.
i H. 18TM -r. all modern house, tto.
RASP BROS., DOl iiLAB l'I3.
Uxras a ad Garca-es.
SMALL garage on West Harney, i per
month. Phone Walnut -34"
WANTED TO RENT
WANTKD-Suite of rooma snd bond In
private family by husband and wife:
alfco uxe of garage; references exchanged;
or desires furnished home for the sum
mer, also with Kiiraae. Doug loTst. o
The Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
WANTED TO BUT
BCKFAUJ nickels wanted and Lincoln
pennlea, 26 cents each paid for tiiem.
Certain kindai Bankers and Storekeeper.'
Oulde. 15 cents slainpe (let posted on
valuable coins circulating, (leorgu Brlsoe,
i04 Michigan Boulevard. Chicago, J II.
WE pay Chicago price for aluminum
scrap castlnga. Paxton-Mitchell Co
Tsle bora svtrything tA iiand. lyitr I41S,
OtrtflCa. lurnlture bought and Mid.
C Rexl. nil F.r.iam Doug. (14s.
WANTKD To buy an Invalid chair.
Charles Kchwenck, R. No. I. Ho. Omaha.
Klightly used high grade piano.
WA xted TO Bonnow
6.(M Filter mortgage. 7"atesf rulVfarur
close to car. V- acre fruit deded aa
premium loan. Money for improvements
and mortgage. Address, L 4. Bee.
IIKA1. KSTATK IAVNH
VK AUK always In tunda to make good
larm and iitv loans
PBTKRS TRUST CO..
F. M rEXNKT. 'IflVlty-N "st'l. Bk. Rldg
F. M. PKNNEV, 9?0 Citv Natl. Bk Bldg. t
1 arm loans bought and sold
FARM LOANS, 6 TEK CENT.
TOt.AND A TRl MHVLh, 443 Bee Rldg.
Hi TO lin.Oiv) maa bromptly. F. D.
Weed, Weed Bid tth and Karnam Sta
CITY and farm loans. . bt, iior rent.
. II Oumont A Co.. 41 Atate Hank
KU City loans and wa
r Smith A ro . UM f
a main St.
CITY property. Iirge loans a specialty.
I W. II Thomas. ?.'W State Rank Rldg
: McCoy & Of Doherty
REAL ESTATE- FA KM AND C1T
TU TAE HANK Rl.lHi.
TEL. DOl'U 101 J. OMAHA, NEH.
MONEY on hand Tor city and larm loana
H W Bliidrp. City Nsttniml Hint Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farm.
O'KKKFK KEAb EST AT K CO..
Ml Omaha National. Phone ixjunlas 1711
SEE us first for faxin loana in eastern
Neb. United Stntes Trust Co. Omaha,
CITY LOAN 8. C. U. Carlberg,
SlO-lit Biandels Tneater Bldg.
HEAL KSTATK WANTKD
ONE of our clients tins signified his dis
position to Invest alxiiit tlot.Oon In "close
In ' or "downtown'- roerlles. 111 coii
fehlir vacant or Income properties.
VJ16-W W, (i W. ronglas 12J.
LIST real estato and rentals with 1H)N
ELStN R. K. CO., Ail tmv Nat 1 Hank.
FARM ltN4 It I.AMJS FOR 9AI.R.
Live Oak Colonleg. none better. "V. T.
Smith Co . sia-H City Nat. Bk. . ta
HAVE TOU A FARM irult BALE?
Write a good description of your land
and aend it to the Sioux City, la.. Journal,
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words eveiy Friday
evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen ada oa
twelve different days for 12; or SO words,
Hi or 75 word kS.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper. S&O.OvU readers daily in four great
ARB YOU GOING TO BUT LA NOT
It so you should first got a copy of
the Farm and Real Estate Journal. It
but lands advertised in It from nearly
every atate, so that you can find Just
what you are looking for in Its columns.
It keeps you Informed on land oppor
tunities in all parts of the country, gives
you personal help In finding land. Hone
lac today for a year's subscription, or 10e
for three months trial. It will be atopped
at the end of the time ordered. Farm and
Real Estate Jourlnal. Trs- Iowa.
40, 80 OR 160 ACKKH, good heavy soil, in
well settled part of Todd county, Minn.;
good roads, schools and churches; pries
$15 to t per acre; terms, II per acre
casn, aaianc ti per acre a year uuui
land Is paid for. 6 per cent Interest
10S8 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
TWO itood farms, partly improved, near
nig Falls. Minn. Sacrifice sale. Easy
terms, hmall payment. Kor general clis-
rlptlon and terms write Roy w. -Murray,
Storm Lake, Iat
PLATTE VALLEY ALFALFA LAND.
If you have an HO-acre farm In Weatern
Iowa or Eastern Nebraska, or a good city
residence, you can exchange It for this
line level 160-scre Improved farm, which
Is located only 3V miles from a good town
on main Hue ot the Union Pacific rail
road. The place la in the Platte valley,
land is particularly well adapted to rais
ing alfalfa, la level, as a floor, well
drained and in a good neighborhood.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY, .
Ware Block, Omaha. '
COUNTRY HOME NEAR OMAHA.
111.000 buys a highly improved farm,
consisting of about 61 acres locatsd on
one of our boulevards out from the city,
only a 40-mlnute's ride. Good water sys
tem, small amount of fruit, some alfalfa,
tame hay, nice large beautiful shade
trees ana all kinds of shrubbery and
about 10 acres ot natural timber, making
beautiful park. This la an ideal propo
sition for handling thoroughbred stock of
any kind. ''Tgg Venture.
fit Brandels Theater Bldg. Omaha. D. 3911
IRRIGATED KEITH COUNTY FARM.
A fine level farm adjoining the town of
Keystons on the Union Pacific H, R.i 80
acres in alfalfa, 30 acres in corn, fine
sugar beet land, all under Irrigation, with
a paid-up water right In the Keystone
Owner will exchange for land In east
ern Nebraska or Iowa, or for good city
PAYNEJ INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block, Omaha.
MUHT BK BOLD.
373 acres. miles from Petersburg, Neb.,
and l'-i miles from Raevllle, Neb.; 8-roora
bouao, all modern throughout, w.tti elec
tric light; bam, 82x48, with she!, 16XIU0;
2 good hog houses; all floored and di
vided Into pons; double crib, 10x4k, with
driveway. 18x4M; granary, 30x32; machine
shed, 16x100; some food fruit trees:, ,00
acres wild pasture; 7 acres alfalfa; 'X
acres timothy and clover; land lies
slightly rolling, but not rough; good crops
and good soil. Price. $40,0u0.
711 Btate Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
PROFITS RAISING FEEDER
You can exchange a good Iowa or east
ern Nebraska farm for this flpe J, ID-acre
rai.rh In Bherldan county. Hherldan county
turna out the best grass-red cattle of any
county In the state. There is ons extra
good set of improvements and another
light set. s wells and windmills, running
wcter, timber for shelter and posts, and
the best pasture and hay land to be found
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block, Omaha.
FJNK HALF MKCTION.
Near Petersburg, worth 10u Der acre.
will sell for Let us show this to you.
711 State Rank.
FOR BALE Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska, very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
I have a few snap nuarters of choice
l-dcd land where etiultic can be boualit
from 110- to cish. Kull Information
on request. Address, John McPherson.
Fort Pierre. 8. D.
IF Vol: have farm lands for Bale write
V. It. A., -"t Herald. Jollet. 111.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
A very desirable 7-room house and
lame lot; on laved Hireet. in good
neighborhood. Price? KOuO. Will ex-
hiiiKe lor vacant I a nil in Nebraska
with good soil or for a smaller house
J. H. Dumont & Co.
State Bank Bldg.
Km SALE OH TItADE
1 acres, Tripp county. South Dakota.
lies from Dallas, 60 aires under plow.
ler t lo
Will consider good drug stock
Drug Co. Wakonda. 8. D.
r'ORT T-ACRE apple orchard. Pine Im
provements. Near good town in south
eastern Nebraska. Have other business
to look after and will sell or trade for
eighty-acre farm in southeastern Ne
braska or residence near state university.
Address J, 1642 Poplar St.. Lincoln. Neb,
tXV.Xl. KRTATK V'llR Kril.XJK
A H U'.iltlN I taken 'at onie" nil ":iiod"
ern room hose: iteple flooring In
living and dining rooms: large shade
trees, bearing ( berry trees; other shrub
bery; one block from car line and school.
Phone Web. 1)01.1.
HE A Ii ESTATE NORTH WEST
C-i"0 RI'YS a good time-room house;
clertrle ll",ht t'al". alter .) p. m., or
REAL ESTATE NORTH RIDE
Owner Must Sell
fs . f f
Hanscntn Park district, lint water heat.
j fireplace with gaa log and beveled mirror;
; house nicely decorated, beautiful art glass
in winnows; poren extenus around iron,
and aide (two entrances); cemented base
ment and walks; nice double garage;
Plenty of shade, some fruit tries and
flower bushes; psved street, paving paid
Sold once for W.MM. Owner hss been
holding property for It.oon. reduced to
m.n0. Wants offer, leaving city and
must aell. This la your opportunity to
get a good homo In a good location at
your own price.
Scott & Hill Co.
,r; McCsKue nidg
Six room Bungalow
Just recently finished, finely built and
attractively arranged. located on a
paved street, among prettv new homes,
in the Miller Park district. Can be boualit
on easy terms.
Scott & Hill Co.
SM .McCague Rldg
for Only $3,850
Here Is a bargain In a two-story,
scven-ronin. all modern home. lot M
feet frontage: located nt !14 Willis Ave.
Paving and 1915 city taxea all paid.
Norris & Norris
4H Hee Itolg.
Phone 1). 4-TO.
For Sale By Owner
One of the nicest located cottages for
the money in the north part ot towrn.
It la l' blocks to the car. blocks to
the boulevard; has f rooms, all on one
floor: oak finish in main rooms: built-in
hookcfisca ajid buffet;, pantry, good fur
nace, cemented cellar; Iho lighting fix
tures cost I.O; modern plumbing; wails
are tinted. Lot is 40x13); on the corner.
Price ,UM Easy terms. C11AK. F.
TOP.RY Douglas M.
NEAR LOTIIlvOP SCUOOli
fc-room house In first class repair;
strictly modem: 6 rooms on 1st floors; I
rooms on 1 floor; dandy lot ; paved street,
with paving; paid: this place we offer
at $2,760; i:J0 cash, balance monthly; bet
ter Investigate this before you buy,
C. a. CAItLBEItG
312 Ttrandels Theater Bldg.
tM CASH, $J0 MONTHLY.
Nice 6-room house, hi block from car
line Very goort bargain.
Douglas 36?i 1215-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
KUH SALE A fine S r. house, beautifully
located In high-class residential section.
Haa every modern Improvement, has just
been renovated throughout and Is as good
as new. Block and half from 24th 8t. car.
Price JJ.700 If taken at once. Further par
ticulars, phone owner after 9 a. m. W.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Just west of 24th. on one of the most
pleasant residence streets In north part
of town. This Is an exceedingly well
planned and good looking frame and white
stucco house, finished throughout with
lirst quality materials and fixture and
put together by skilled workmen. Has
fireplace, sunroom, tiled bath and all the
desirable built-in features. Hardwood
finish and floors. Uood lot with fine
sluido trees. Oarage. Owner is builder and
skilled mechanic and is living in the
house, which has Just been completed, but
finds he must give it un. He ssks no
profit on either house or lot and In addi
tion is giving away worm ot nia own
A RM STRONG-WALSH 00.
Tyler 16M. Btste Bank Bldg-.
3320 Myrtle Ave.
This house now vacant, and nonresident
owner writos to cut the price and sell.
This is a 7-room, 2-story, modern houss,
with fireplace, electric lights, rurnace,
with good south front lot on paved street,
one hi ck from Harney car line.
Kasllv worth W.onO. but ws want an
offer. Believe fS.fciu will buy it and easy
terms can be arranged. Investigate at
once while the house Is vacant.
Glover & Spain
li-30 City National
Must Be Sold
a H. 37TH bT. This Is a z-story. -room,
modem house, built by former
owner for his home, having large recep
tion hall, living room with ftreploe, at
tractive dining room, all finished in quar
ter sawed oak; also convenlutit klUihon,
front and rear vestibules on first floor.
Four large attractive corner bedrooms
with connecting doors, outside sleeping
porch and two complete bath rooms on
second floor, one finished in tile. Third
floor has maid's room and storage room.
Cemented baaoment. furnace heat, laun
dry connections, etc. Lot 60x136 feet.
asphalt paved street, alley in rear, shade
trees and shrubbery. Only one-half block
from Ii'arnam car line and near some of
Omaha's bent residences. PRICE W,0;
terms easy. Key at our office. Immedi
George & Company
Phone D. 76. VSl City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Owner leaving city, offers to saoriflos
on Improved property, close In; east of
2-i th St.; consisting of frame store build-
in, with some fixtures; 6-room cottage
ana a Dam. witn run soutn front lot on
paveu street, 'irile property Is In first
clans condition, recently uuinted and I
It rented cheap at Ttt per month. Owner
wants bat will consider offer for
quick sale, this is one or ths best smsll
investments we have offered for sumo
Glover & Spdin
! City National.
REAL ESTATE BOLTB BIDE
i ins is your cnance to Duy a seven
room, siiicuy moa.ni home and two lota
Hot air heat, fireplace. House was built
i or a name, nicely decorated; large bam;
paved street, paving oald. You can huw
this property for the mortgages that are
against it. Party la about to loae this
property and wants to move it. Small
payment down, balance like rent, will
handle the deal.
Scott & Hill Co.
DouglHs 1. iiMcCague Bldg.
i"-R. HOUSE. Just finished. Modem, oak
finish. Big native sfads trees. On
boulevard. ) cash, balance Ilka rent
Call Q. A. Erkles or J. Paul E kles.
HK.il. ESTAI-E SOUTH MI'K
" A HAKUAIN "
In West Han.-H-om Park, bungalow,
rooms and enclosed sleeping porch,
nearly finished, oak finish first floor,
pine and bin h finish second floor and
fireplace, house all complete with storm
window and scicens and lighting fix
tures, for $..
Mske an ai polnlment with owner and
builder to It. Harney TSl.
RKAJL ESTATE NUBl'RRAN
U.IA raving all paid, KHh and Cap
itol Ave.; cheaiest In all Dundee.
It. TO, Mat and Oimlng. high and
elphtly; cheaest lot In this district
ll.SOrt, (t'xia. overlooking Hspny Hol
low: paving for street and alley paid
1.10(111, liiexl.V., south front, corner Int.
handy to car line and the cheapest
available corner In lundee, consider
ing Iocs! Ion.
Glover & Spain
IIS City National.
Strictly modern, with f acres bearing
fruit: a bargnln If taken at once. &4u
Ames Ave., or phone IWnson 24. o
RKAL KSTATK MISCKLIiANKOtfl
$27.50 Per Month
will buy i brand new-all mod. 6-r. bun
galow: rooma all large, living room, dtn
inir room nml sun room finished In oak.
with oak floors throughout house: dining
room has window sent, plate rail and
anelled wall; colonnade opening nctween
Ivlng room and .lining room; lorae
kitchen with pantry ynd ice box room:
bathroom In enamel and tile, wlMi
high grade fixtures: full founds' Ion:
basement cemented; lloor drain; furnace
heat; hot water connection; nne soiun
front lot on grade; i block to car. You
hould aee this wnnilerful bargain.
106 Met 'ague Bldg.
CHAM. hi. WILLIAMSON
Blk. IVllg. 3107.
rXJK A LB Brick building, new, mod
ern; office rooms below, living rooms
above; rents for 46 per month. Invest
ment will net better tnan S Interest.
Add rees P Bee.
CARTUR I-AKK CI. L B xtlage and lot.
Phone Webster 67SO on lot 1. o
Brand new. all modern bungalow; five
large rooma and bath; 3 rooma In oak. one
a sun room; beam ceilings; oooauases;
'window seat; well arranged kitchen, with
convenient pantry and Ice box room;
bathroom In tile and enaixtel. with guar
anteed fixtures; lighting fixtures can be
selected by buyer; stairs to second floor.
which is large enough to iinisn mree
rooma; cement basement; lurnacs neai;
hot and cold water; fine large lot; paved
street; close to car; located In Boulevard
Park addition. Price n.wu; aooui iw casn
or vacant lot as part payment.
30.1 McCague Bldg.
Rupture treated successfully by all safe,
sclentltlo methods. Ths majority are
cured without a surgical operation. Ws
have treated many Hundreds of men,
women and children. The oust is deter
mined after examination, and time re
nulred to cure two or three weeks. Call
or writs for further particulars. Frank
H. Wray. suite Bee bio., umaiis.
PILES. FLSTUIA CURED.
Dr. B. R, Tarry cures Dileat fistula and
Other ractal diseases without surgical
operation. Curs guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book
on rectal diseases with testimonials. DR.
at. R. TARRY. 340 Bea Bldg.
NOTICH TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will be received for the erection
of St, Patrick's! church, Imogens, la., ac
cording to pians ano specifications pre
pared by Harry Iwrle, architect, 827
Paxton block, on or before 11 o'clock noon
June 21. 1&I&- Bids to be sddressed to
Rev. K. Hayes, Imogens, is., and plans
can be seen at architect's office, or st
the offtos of K. A. Wick ham Ac Co., 10
Scott St., Council Bluffs, la., and at ths
residence of Rev. Bdmond Hayen,
Imogens, la. The right is reserved to
reject any and all bids. JldSL
NF7W TORK. Juns I.-Coffee The
market for coffee futures was very quiet
today, sales being reported of only T.7W
baas. The opening; was steady at un
changed prices, to an advance of 1 point
on some scattered coverings, out prices
later eased off under liquidation and a
little trade selling which sums thought
might be against purchases for new crop
forward shipment Irom Brasll. The dues
nas net unchanged to points lower.
June, 6.40; July, e.49; August? 60; Sep
tember, 8 50; October, .&!;' November,
6.U; December, .fe; January, IM; rVbru
ary, 6.41; March? 6G4; April, .CT; May,
Spot, easy; Rio No. 7, 7i; Santos No.
4, CV'. It is reported that undescrlbed
santos 4s have sold under So for forward
shipment in the cost aud freight market.
Mtlrels prices were unchanged. ltlo
exchange on London unchanged.
Omaha limy Market.
PRAIRIE HAT About twenty rars
were on tracks here. Receipts yesterday
and today amounted to seven cars. There
has been a few cars of very choice hay
here this week snd they have moved off
very rapidly. Shipment of anything that
can be loaded that is good Is advised.
Following Is the range of values: Choice
upland. 113.60; No. 1. (H.d'HCO; No. 3,
lU.Outrll.tw; No. 3, W 00(S.OO; choice mid
land, IL8 00; No. 1. 13.0uau;.60: No. 3. 110.00
tl 11.00; No. S, tO.Ouua.Oti; choice lowland,
IU.OiKifl2.00; No. 1. llo.00iffU.0U; No. 13.04
410 00; No. 1. flCu.
STRAW None on the market. Choice
wheat is quotable at 3..0O54.M1.
NEW TORK, June 3. Spot, quiet; mid
dling uplanda. t.OOc; aales, 100 bales.
Cotton futures opened steady; July,
.34e; October. 6ac; December, .Wc;
January. 10.00c; March, 10.30c.
Kutures closed steady; July, t.Tic; Oc
tober, t.70c; lecember, 9.05o; January,
V Wc; March. 10.33c.
The cotton ntarket closed steady;
net 1 point higher to 1 point lower.
LIVERPOOL. June 1 'OTTO N Spot,
steady; good mi. Id ling, 6 60U ; middling.
ld; low middling, 4 6L Sales '10, A
NKW YORK. June r-MKTALo Lead.
H.timvi.&i. Spelter, not quoted. Copper,
firm; electrolytic, lifuo. Tin, quiet; t
ton lots, tn.xoiK.OO. Iron, quiet and un
changed. At 1ndon: Copper, spot, 170 i,
futures. H. Spelter, l.k. Tin. spot,
li'; futures, 4,'IW IOs. Ai.tlinuny XIKj.li
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to a Dime Off Lambi
Slow. Open Fifteen to Twenty
Five Cent! Higher.
VERY DULL MARKET IN HOGS
M'TH OMAHA. June 2, Wl.
ReceiiHs were: Csttte. nogs. Sheep.
Official Monday S 4 T. I '2 v.l
official Tueadsy M
Kstlmate Wednesday.. 4.4)
Three days this week .I4.1M
nnle rlavs last wet k..l3.fv
! Same d.tys i' wks ago. .Ki.ViJ
Mims days 3 wks ago. ,M.(
Same d:ivs 4 w ks Hgo..liT7
Sme days last venr... .s.'7
The following table shows the receipts
Of csttle, hogs and sheep nt the South
Omnha live stock mret for the year
to date, as compsred wi'h last year:
lMu 1!I4 Inc. Iec.
Vttle 4.1S iw X V..M1
Hons 1.4t.t'2 I.pilM 846.1)4"
Slx-ep UCI.ilU !7.a H4.4M
The following table shows the average
price for boss at the South umaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
1914.1113. 1912. 'Ill 1. 1 110 ItH.i-i.
17.1 I i
Ik. I I tv
i l J r.
I t ail 7 l i k Ssj 7 00
I I T , i tit 41 7 01
ill I S Tl M i
1! I Mi 7 W a 73) 391
U4i I 841 7 43; I 4t 7 01
1,', : 7 44i 6 M; I ( 0
t Id s ' 7 4?! a , 4j
I I wl 7 ! 4 SI I w 1
I TOI t
7 P71 I 4e'
I n a in v i:i i i"
( Ml 14 7 14
6 64 r 7 14
g 011 1 43
7 M I 41
7 SHI I ft'.'
81i 7 lt
7 ! 9 I 7 W
7 IS, 6 Kl 9 IN I
7 K 7 Ml 7 H
7 rrj t t ail 7
1 7 7S Ml 7 14
7 Sf S
Receipts and dlspoltlon of llvs gtoca
at the Union Stock Yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-tour hours ending at S p. in.
C. M. &
1 tsfi 1.7:n
S ttvi H.l'i?
41, !.'! .'7
El. -'7 .M"
1 1 .i
m t a
7 1 .
6 .. .
1 13 S
C. N. W., asst..
'. A N. W.. west..
C. rt. P., M. O...
C, II. U., esat..
C, II. or m, west..
C. H. I. A P.. oast.
Illinois Central .... .'.
Chi., tit. West i
Total Receipts ..3U
DISPOSITION 1 1 K A D.
Morris a Co
HI .17 1.1W
Xft 4.3M4 4Mi
:,IHW till tf&
235 ... "3
Cudahy Packing Co...:
Armour 41 Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.
Omaha Packing Co....
Cudahy. from K. C
V. B. Vanaant
Ilenton, Vansant ft L.
V. It. Iwls
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Huss
Rosenstock Uros. ....
II. K. Hamilton
Rothschild & Krebs ...
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co..
Totals 4,.10 II.K0 1J7.'
CATTLrJ There was another fatrly
liberal run of cattle today and the offer
ings Included a large percentage of Very
desirable beeves, both heavy and lltcht
Reporta from eastern marketa were In
the main rather bearish and this, together
with the ample supply of rattle on sale,
led to a very dull and unevenly lower
trade. Strictly choice cattle, both hevy
and light, sold at pretty close to steady
flgurea, yearlings reaching 39.00 again,
and beat heavy beeves aelllng around
S.N04i.ar. On the general run of cattle.
however, bids and sales were mostly
10a lower than Tuesday and trading was
very slow throughout on this basis.
Supplies of cows and heifers were of
rather moderate proportions, and as ds
msnd waa practically ths same aa It has
been lately, the market presented no new
features and sales were generally steady
for anything at all useful In this Una.
Veal calves were In very good request
snd quotably steady, and titers was a
good outlet and a firm market for bulls,
stags and rough stock generally.
There was not a great many stock cat
tle and feeding steers on sale and largely
fur this reason the market ruled steady
to strong for anything good enough to
Invito competition. Inquiry from both
yard traders and country buyers hss
shown sumo Improvement of late and,
best offerings of all weights are find
ing ready sale st steady to possibly a
little better figures than prevailed last
Quotations on rattls: Good to chotcs
yearllnga, 14.40'tjs 00; good to cholos corn
fed beeves, H.Ku3.76; fair to good corn
fed beeves, I3.10ri.3fi; common to fair
comfed beeves, $7.UKu.00; good to choius
heifers, f7.Ukiu4.00; good to choice cews,
W.fcOtJf.eO; fair to good oows I4.7S4H 30;
common to I air cows, Ii.7b4pl.7s; good to
choice stickers snd feeders, 17. (Out. 10;
fair to good stackers and feeders. fT.Otkjf
7.60; common to fair Blockers and feed
ers, 34.OWi.00; stock heifers. Is.00tp7.0l;
stock cows, t&.7i4J4i.7.; stock calves, 38.60
C60; veal calves, t8.OTxcP10.7e: fat bulls,
stags, eto.. Ia.604'7.26; stuck bulls, .0v4
K. ft. Ne. A. Pr.
I Hi t T HI 17 JaiJ le
1 1114 T i 33 v:t I u
t Ml I M 30 -...111. I 4e
i net ( r ai , tM i
II U4 I ti 14 esf I is
tt ioa in
BTKI0HM AND HKUTSKS.
4 10 I ...
I SO !....
a n. ...
I 44 1.
I Tl IT
lis I ..
T to 4
313 14 35
STOCK (CltS AND FEEDERS
7 I 40 4. it 1 10
HoYtHSupplles contrti'ue"ery liberal.
.... v . . .. ..ww . , ,w mwi,
showing up today. Kor the first half of
the week receipts total 4J0.UO7 head, being
u-.mAll,ln l,U 'JIN . . AM lirAl k. J
neany twice as large as a wsek aro, and
C.tio hoaler titan a year ago. This
week's run is the largest sine In Maroh.
being heavier even than the big supply
two weeks ajro.
Other points reported fraali deollnes
this morning, but nhippers, wlUch shuwed
tne nig end or yesterdays break, moved
i steady to ou lower prices. Bulk of
ths outsiders' purchases was made
around If. 40. Shipping detruuid was not
so heavy today as earlier in the week.
Parkers were bearish again this mom
Ing, and opening bids wens all of 6pl0o
lower than yesterday's average. Later
offers Unproved so that tuey were
hardly a nickel off. but even than sell
ers, who wee asking stronger money
refuted to cut loose, and at a late hour
nothing ot consequence had ben dnne.
In the end must of the hogs were cashed
st prices tnat were neariv a nickel lower
One packer laid out, however, toward the
rlose, after other buyers had filled their
orders, things weakened off, leavlns;
aruuna tony loaus still in nrst luuids.
At a Lie hour tliee mmm tti.lViln.
and what bids w.re being rniid. looked
a flat nickel lower than the early trade,
or mostly a dime below yesterday's
Most of the early packer sales landed
at lY.ssyirJ.j.Vi. are! tops reached $7 iiW
Ijite nffMra rnns.it Urt.lv rt.,n,4 tr
and aa quite a aprinkltug of shluiera sold
as huh as 37.40, it was probable that the
hu'k of all the sales could lie quoted at
ii I'lerx ntativa sales'
Ko. At Vh. Pr. n. A. Sa. Pr.
RIIKKI'-Another light supply was re
ceived, estimates calling for only nine
cars, or 3.2t head, which was pract'eally
the same as yesterday's run. Totel for
the three) days Is only 4;18 head, as
against a.102 a week ago, .(57 two weeks
airo, and a,74r last yesr. This week's re
ceipts are the smallest sines July, 1911.
when a holiday cut the run to I.VK) head
for the flrat half of the week.
Hellers were asking a sharp advance,
and as buyers' early offers were made on
about a steady basts nothing was done
until a late hour In the forenoon. When
the flrat lambs finally moved sellers had
ei.rrled their point, and thev showed a
K-pSo advance, beat clipiera rea.'hlne.
310 35. as against 110 yesterday. Others
sold as high as t"V2ft. and this morning s
top wss the highest figure ever psid
here. At a late hour there werf. still
several loads of California springers and
a car or so of shorn atuff unsold. In tin
end the four loadn of California snrlnvr
Ismhs ere raehe.1 at 11140, Khnwlnr mi
advam-e of flat 4V. aa the same stuff
brought 111. on Tuesdny. A few head of
native springers sold nt high as 112 no. but
there were hardly enough on ssle to
There wers hsrnly enoneh sheen here
to make a market. One little bui'oh of
ewes, the only matured stuff that nnwrd
up. was good enough to bring i." 7i. but
there waa not enough here to miki a
basis for quotations. Wethers snd yesi-
llngs are a minus quantity, none htvlnc
shown up for over a month and a half.
Uuotattnns on sheep end latnhs: IJuli:
shorn lambs, t T.Vif 10 J.; heavv fio"'.i
lnmha, gVJytilOOO: spring Ismbs, tlMi'i
12 shorn ewes, ti.Mxgb 75.
N. . . .
60 cull .ptinr lambs.
ItM clipped lambs .,
11 native sprlnr lamns....,
native -tiring lambs....
ta shorn ewes
10 cull shorn ewes
4 cull shorn ewes. .........
13 shorn ewes
213 shorn en-es ,
t'HICACIO MVH STOCK MtRKBT
t attle Wealc II ears Weak to Lower
cinCAOO, June ?. "ATTT. F Receipt st
IS.OiiO bend; market weak; native beef
steers, 3tl.90fl9.3A; western steers, t.fWF
1 10; cows and heirers. K.SPrj's.TO; olaves,
i;.ono.co. . .
lltHl.S pjvelpts, M.OflO head: market
weak. lOo lower; bulk of aales, $7.46s
T.; light, t7.364jf7.7n: mlted, 7.tn7.aY.;
I.eavv Xl.OOM; rough, 17.0VffS.15; plin.
SHKKP AND IAMBfik-RecefptfT. lO.ryio
head; market firm; sheep, tO.SOQ'V.to,
nt. I.nala Live Mark Market.
fT. liOUIS. June 2. CATTL.K H
ccipta, ono head; market lower; natlc.
Iteef, 37.60rn'0.3l; yearlinif steer and heif
ers. I3.oovd0.30; cows. fc.0nrt ; storkers
and feeders. M.O0HV2S: southern steere.
ln.2S4W.65; oows anrt Wfcrs, H0otf.ju:
native calves, l.!'.?'..
HOUS Receipts, 11.000 head: market
lower; pigs and lights, M.3(Vic7.1W: mixed
snd butohers, 7,4Dtj7.80; good heavy, 37.10
SHEET AND LAMBS Receipts. 1700
head; market lower: clipped muttons,
ti OvW.00: dinned lambs, 4li.0oy9.76; spring
lambs, tlO.OOtlJ10.7S. .
Kansas City Llvs Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. June 1-CATTLE-Re.
rein t a, 6.200 head; market tower; prim
fed steers, IH.iJVhO.OO; dressed beef steers.
JN.fKKit.fn; western steers. 37.5Wj90;
Blockers and feeders, 7.tMtt-6i; bulls,
i.KV,(7 21: calves. 8.BTV!?1.7S. .
HtXiy Rnceipts. 13,000 head: market
lower; bulk of sales, 7.btt'7.HO: heaw
7.n0v'i.i; packers and butchers, 17.
1.H0; llaht, 37.rVT.6T:plgs. M. 401.00.
SHEKP AND M MBS Receipts, g.flno
head; market higher; lamna, K.rswfll.rr
yearltnss, 37.2r4ul.25; wethers. 3..76aT.O'l;
Hi. Joseph I. Ire Staelc Market.
ST. JOSKP1I. Mo.. Juns t. CATTI.K-
Kerelpts, 1.300 head; market slow; steers.
ont.ot: rows ana neuera. st.wits.oti;
HOGS Receipts, a.wn bead; marxei.
lower: top, 37.W; bulk of aales, 7.4oi.ro.
SHEKP AND IAMJiM KeCeiptS, run
headi market strong; lambs, llO.Ovtrn W.
Iras City Live Stack Market.
SIOTIX CTTT. Ta.. June t. CATTTjK
Receipts, 1, W0 head; market lOo lower;
native steers, t7.00tti.BT: butchers. 3i.5mti
l.2f; oows and helfens. 34.0Wtf.7S; canners.
3.76f.3S: calves, I7.60nil0.x&; bulls, stags.
HHEfcT AND LAMBS Receipt,, 1
New York Csaerol Market. .
NFTVv TORK. June 1--SUQAR Raw.
Steady: centrifugal. 4.1e: molasses, 4.lc:
refined, steady. Sugar futures wars quiet
early today, with a heavy undertone. At
neon prices were unchanged to points
BUTT Kit Firm; receipts. . runs:
creamery extras. M score. Sac; creanery,
higher scoHnr. tHWStol firsts, 374J27c;
F.UGS 1'iasler; receipts, w.ktz cases:
fresh gathered extras, Tltlc; extra
firsts. HWiK'toi firsts. KW'Zlo; seconds,
lM19o: nearby hennery, whitest, fins tot
fancy, 34tiC6o; nearoy hennery. Drowns.
CHBKSFJ Steady: receipts, 7.177 Doves:,
state, whole milk, fresh specials,
17c: whole milk, average fanny, 18Ve.
IHJTILTRT Live, weak; western chick-,
ens. broilers, Wtplbo: towls, ltntrioo asked;
turkeys, I3c; dressed, quiet: western,
frosen roasting; rhlokens, 18tr?!o; frsshi
fowls. Iced. 14(u;Wc; fresh turkeys, toed,
Kaasai City Orals atoal Pro-rlatOM.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 1 WinSAT-No.
S hard. fl.32tiU4; No. 1 red. !.; July.
tl.107; Ssptembsr. tl.Vcl.BHii Dcein-
fcer. 31. U. . ,
CORN NO. 3 mtXIXI. MP! WO. vroo,
I r,C I iNO, S TW1UW, lOUj no. P. niriw,i
July, 7iHc September. 7JWif7SSo; Deoem-.
rer. sno. ,
OATS No. 3. 4owc; io. a buxbso,
01-9: ; o.
bUTl Ltv-TWll-Tj, mtv, mumm, mrv.
seconds, 23o; pack Ins;, lso. , '
FOf4 TirsU, Itsu; seeoadg. 14HA
POULTRT Hsns. Wisa; rvosters, got;
Mlstaosioolls) Ocmls. Stark wt.
MINNKAPOLIS, Juns 3. WBLELAT
July. 11.34; September, fLlgu; No, 1
herii .41; No. 1 norttvsrn. LMlla.41;i
No. 1 northern, n.ws.vj.ana.
Klr.nr declined. Kantw patontis. T.1S-.
first clears, 8 SO; second cleavrs, 4.39.
CORN No. S yellow? e'TJWI.o.
OATS No. 8 wrhlts, 4TriB4740.
t. Loots Onlm Market,
ST. LOtHS. Juno 1 WTIBAT Vo.
red. n.2.!j'l-s; No. 1 hard. lCa.9;
July. 31.18; September, tl.U.
CORN No. X 7tHc; No. I wtilts, TTHc;
July, 7o; September, 74c
OATS No. X. 4Wo; No. I whits. Me.
Liver poo I Oraia Market.
LrVTRI'OOL. Juno - WliBlAT Bpot
No. 3 Manitoba, lis id: No. 3, 13a: Mo. 1
northern Dulutu. UsM: No. I bard wln-
tsr, 13 Id.
CORN Hpot Amorioan mixed, new,
(a 3d; La Plata mixed. sslHd.
Ua4ss ItMk Mas-ket.
LONDON, Juno 3. American soeuntlcs)
w.re dull, awaiting the outooms of tho
dlplomatlo situation. The undertone waa,
somewhat better and. the otoolosT was
HlLVTrR Bar, UMdd per ounoa.
MONET 14 CplH per oent.
DISCOUNT RA TltS Sho rt bills, 3 per
cent; thjes moutns. I ls-lnaSTfc per cut.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. June & DRT OOODS--An
scute demand was renorted todav
fur burlap at high prices, f'aocy wooleii
yarns won In steady dnmand. but woi
stcd staple yarns were dull. Cotton
goods were quiet, with yarns dull. Em
broideries were In fair duiuttnd.
ISvaporteS Apples aad Dried Frails.
Apftltf: JUM -EVAPORATEI
I KI kl)
r KITTTS Pruries. steadier.
peacnes. ouu and easv.
T.rM. frank, timely eoauasnt as CM ot rt
Stw VurkJ Slack K.'tij,i jnu-THX
lIl l)T RKViKW. Iue4 l ( .
rer. e-A far Haple rupio. u Br '.I,
N.w Turk Il
1 7 i
i t m
s 7 v.
io t mt
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