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THE BEE: OMAHA,
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION, ROOM HUNTERS:
If von full to find the room
you dealre linnni these atl. call
at The Bee office for Room List
gives complete detailed descrip
tion of vacant room In all parts
of the citv. New Hals are
Issued every week
two la. Ilea. 1M1 S. 21sl;
on car line
H 1WH; references exch g d.
631 S. 22 Pt.
close tn; all
llonaekeeptna n oo m
LARGE outside, steam-heated, two-rom
apartment, furnished for houarkeeplnp;
ttio' and I per week. Lincoln Aparl
mpnii 5102 Chicago. Tyler 2'7.
vHkLI, healed housekeeping
anl cold water; no ohjecti
on to chd-
rtrn. .'15 UaltT-.rn'a.
f7 FARNAM ST., first cla board una
room within warning aisiaucv. -icn
ST.. 911 Three room and baih
In modern flat; steam heat, hot water,
electric lights, janitor service. Phona
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Apartments anil Houses.
FURNISH Kl APARTMENT.
24TH AND I.AXDON COURT.
Catering to people of refined taste.
Anortmont la xnmnletelv eollll'ped for
houekeeplnK. up-to-date and comfort-1
able. A front comer apartment will be
vacant Saturday. Thia will be rented
almost Immediately, ao call at once If
you want it.
Tel. Doug, llftf. 706 Om. Nat. Rank.
Tel. Web. 4M evening or Sundays.
271i lewey Ave., laruo living room with
built-in bed; kitchen and bath; NEW,
furnished nicely; no lease required; $-7
aummer. ISO winter.
HASTINGS & HEY DEN 1614 Harney.
J6M DOUGLAS, modern room. $33.
1126 South 81st, modern, 8 room, $.10.
W South 41st, modern, 7 rooms, $23.
JOHN N. FRENXKR, POFOLAS it4.
K3n LINCOLN BLVD. 11-room
strlctlv modern, with hot water
Price $30. Douglas ISIS,
S rooms and sleeping porch, all mod
ern eottane; hardwood finish through
out, tile bath, $26.00. 720 N. 2sth St.
II. B. BOYLES,
Tel. Doug. 1j65.
8-ROOM house, all modern. In first
claea condition. 2919 Webster St.. $28.
and tenant to pav for water.
Telephone Douglas &H9. 2123 f'u mi n St.
4-ROO.M mod. flat. MS N. t;t li St.", I7.
2f.27 Cuming St., B-rcom modern except
J. B. ROBINSON.
412 Be Hid.
$16. cot tn go, newly papered, 2fil0 Bristol.
J2r., modern cottage. 1813 Manderson.
A RTHt'R CHABF:. Re Hldg. Doun. l.'AI.
$Ro4 HE WARD ih. 8 r joins, modern, 1;
rood lawn and shade. Phone Douglas
3918 or Walnut 2il.
lila GRANT PT. 7-r. com., modern, $2.
T. F. Hall. 433 Ram (re Bldg. Doug., 740.
4-ROOM cottaKe, nice lot and fruit. 4ti7
Seward St.. $11. Key next door.
tOR RENT 7 rooms, new oak floora,
new plumbing and electric lights, 1304
Bouth 28th ;t.-,-$3ft Benson St Myers
Co.. 424 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
' tEIRABLE 6-roam cottage, modern ex
cert furnace. tKS
B. Utb Ave. Hlxen-
baugh. D. 4238.
8-R. house, sleeping porch; Field
Inst, mm 14. th Ave. Harney 3X24.
NEAT 5-room collude, facing boulevard,
I4. Inquire 2411 S. 24th SL
HOl'SES AND COTTAGES.
5-R. 6361 N. 30th 8t. partly mod.. $13. 00
3- R 601 Martha St., mod. ex. heat 12.00
4- R. 113 Grand Ave., pt. mod 14.80
-R. 3115 N. 24th St., mod. ex. ht.. 12.60
6-R. 1818 N. 27th SL, mod. ex. ht... 12.60
5- R. 603 Martha St., mod. ex. ht.. 15.00
6- R. 4S"S N. th Kt., mod. ex. ht.. 18.00
6-n..6i8N. l?th St.. mod. ex. ht.. 20.00
6-R. 3121 Corby Bt., strictly mod.. 27.60
6-R. 3Fil N. 80th 8t. strictly mod. 26.00
6-R 2417 Ellison Ave., part mod.. 13.00
6-R. 12110 S. 6th St., mod. ex. ht... 18.00
6-R. 4KtiJ Dodge, strictly modern... 56.00
8-R. 223 Park Ave., strictly mod.. 30.00
5- R. 218 Park Ave., strlctlv mod. 22.60
8-R. 2a0 Dewey Ave., strictly mod. 82.60
g.R.414N. 81st St., strictly mod. 26.00
6- R. 1&S8. Kth St., strictly mod.. 26.00
4-R. 1806 Ohio St 20.00
4-R - 825 8. 24th St 30.00
We have others. See our completa
printed list before renting.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO..
Cor. 17th A Douglas Sts. Doug. 6013.
$ 72026 Castelar St.. 3-r water.
$128 large rooms, walking distance.
$153228 P, 23d St., 6-r.. mod. ex. heat.
$182718 Charles St., -r mod. ex. heat.
1182613 Jones St., 4-r., mod. ex. heat.
tM 4214 Wirt St., 6-r., mod. ex. ht., new.
1254107 Lafayetta, 7-r., newly decorated.
25 On Prettiest Mile, 6-r., all modern.
8.10 6-r.. St. Louis flat, Hunecom Park.
$tO 18th and Lothrop. t-rm.. all modern.
$5 West Farnam district. 18 rooms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMll'ANY,
637 Omaha Nat. Hk. Bldg. D. 1781 o
fjo 00 t-r. house and 4 lots, 3415 Maple St.
$25 00 7-r., strictly mod., 31-40 Franklin.
126 00 7-r.. strictly mod., 1718 8. 26th St.
140.00 7-r.. strictly mod., square house,
T518 Pacific St.
These are all good houses. Look
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
FOR GARDENING AND POULTRY.
6-r., downtown, colored; $12. Also a
$ and a $ (like bungalow) and ACRE
GROUND. $6 and fX Also 6-r.. Cali
fornia bungalow and acre. $14. TeL
P. 2107. Evenings. Wal 2ft7.
HOUSES FOR RENT. '
CREIGH. SONS & CO.
60S BEE BLDG. DUG. 200.
FOR RENT AP'TS AMD FLATS
313 8. 27th, beautiful Apt.; has sun
parlor, built-in bed, screened porch;
NEW, very choice, sub-lease, 140 sum
mer, $45 winter.
HA8T1 XOS & HEYI'EN 1814 Harney.
VERY choice 4 or 6-room steam healed"
apartment, on West Farnam St.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1IX'2 FARNAM ST.
MODERN 6-room apartmeut. including
sleeping porch. Will located. Harney
8T. CLAIRE 24th and Harney, 3-room
apartment. Harney M7.
FOR RENT April 1, thoroughly modern
apartment. 5 rooms end maid's room, In
Best neighborhood. Phone Walnut 974
MolibKH, steam-healed apartment, near
f. u.; is upwards, o. y. Htehhlns.
FIVE-ROOM ateain heiitaa ananment.
very desirable; tne Chula VUta. tuta
and Poppleton Ave., 4.50.
deta Theater Hldg. Dong. 1571
rTESlRAULE aix-room flat' at,, in k in
220 Leavenworth St. Rent, $. Conrad
Young, 322 Brandela Thea. Bldg., D. 157i.
FOR RENT 3-room apartment; all inod
ern, including shower bath, vacuum
cleaner and dumb waiter. Red 6X72.
FOR RENT Six-room fla
t: Field club
district. H21 Kouth 3XJ St.
ST. CLAIRE .4in and Harney, i-room
apartment. Harney 847.
VlIEN the reining problem Is under con
siderstlon -either from the standpoint
of the tenant or landlord the Haul Es
- tale and Want Ad Gulda to ull ot
Greater Omaha The bee Is the beat
. medium for sura and satisfactory results.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Su iNM And'SimiTa iTE .
PACKING, PMIPHXil AND
FUR.N ITIRK RF.P A I 111 NO,
PUNO MOVING A SPECI A I ,TY.
CENTRAL FURNITURE STORE.
"OLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Storee, move. park, ships; l-hore
van and t men, 11.25 per hour; atorag.
U per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
lnuKla 4S38 and Tylr K.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing. l; N. lllh Pt. Phona
IViuglas 84 or Harney 19S7,
OMAHA Truck. Van and Btoraga Co.,
moving, packing, storage ana snipping.
Phone Douglas 149.
FIDELITY &Vk FREE
Phono Douglas 188 for completa llt of
vacarv. house and apartment; also for
storage, moving. lRth and .lackson Sta
Separate, looked r.um. for household
ood and planoa; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND FTORAOF. CO..
an s. :tfh P ivmalaa 41l.
FERRIN VAN & STORAGE
Packing otorare, 15 Cap. Ave. Tyler V.-WV
j. c. he El) vsr;
I.MI Fa mam St.
FOR RENT BUSINESS PR'FTY
3 dandy fine storeroom at 24th and
Iavenworth; one of the best location
In city; rent very reasonable.
CALKIN 3 A CO.
Douglas 131. City Nat. Hank Rldg
VERY deslrablu Ures la Orain E i c ban.
buildini?. fire proof, in tine with growth
of buainosa center. Make a aelection to
dav. K. D. WEAU. W S. Uth St.
Wead Pldf ,
PTORE. modern; low rent; near post
office. O P. Btebbins, TilO Chlca;o.
SI DUB building, living rooms In ier. 2006
N. 201 h. Doualaa 1HM.
GARAGE FOR RliNT.
Gara.ee for rent, 11 per month. 39th
Are and Harney St. Conrad Tonne,
122 Brandela Theater BUIc Douk. 1571.
WANTED TO RENT
Infurnlahed llovaea and Flat
wITHAVK A SYSTEM THAT
vnur vacant nrni ertv. We do It for
others, why not you? Telephone ua right
THOS. U M'GARRY,
Keollno B 1 d g.. Red 4344.
We have had :J0 calls for rentals since
Sunday, and must have houses for our
clients; let us know what you have va
cant. Call Douglas 424U. Phopen & Com
pany. 234 Keellne Rullding.
WANTED 4 or &'room apartment by the
first of April. Must be south of Far-
nam and eaat of Park
tk Ave. Phone liar-
WANTED April 1. 4 or 6-room modern
apartment, flat or cottage, between 2fth
and 3oth near Farnam; give full partic
ulars. F 644.
WANTED TO RENT Two-chair barber
shop In small town, or place to start
new shop. Write Box 302. Genoa, Neb.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. Fire and General
surance. Art Thstcher, 1217-11 City
National Hank Bldg. Pouglpa 8801.
FOR bargain seo 81& N. 86th Bt., new
home, with garage; cathedral district;
small amount of cash required.
WILL build homes on
easy terma In Benson or
Omaha. Tel. Benson 202.
W. U SELDY & SONS, INSUItANCE.
Strictly modern and up-to-the-minute;
R rooms and den, all on one floor:
living and dining room and den flnlahed
in oak; bedrooms maple and birch;
built-in bookcase; winlow seat, cloth a
chute; hot water heat; one block to
Florence boulevard; can be handled on
Vogel Realty Agency,
101R-18 W". O. W. Hldi'. Doug
Very Little Cash
Five-room cottage with bath; large
lot; fine shrubbery and fruit trees.
Price $2,350. Located 4107 North 29th St.
Norris & Norris,
41 Pee Bldg.
Phone Dottr'a 4170.
BEAUTIFUL TWG-STGfiY STUCCO, t
large rooms sleeping porch and tiled
UUIM, &ivu rvnici avv, DVUlll nuuh
large porch; splendid shade; paving all
paid; $(40 cash and $40 monthly. Phone
uoug. ss or uoirax kii.
B. J. SCANNELL.
tEs!RABLli llOt'sE-t-rooms. EltX
down; two rooms upstairs. Strictly mod
ern, lot 40x128, on easy terma. 2810 Bug
gies street. Only $2,7uO.
r. ii. Landeryou,
D. 6785. i2 Neville Blk.
" BUNGALOW BA RGAI N
North side, near Sherman Ave. rar;
well built, well kept bungalow, rental
$26, for $2,600; reasonable terms.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, 614 Keellne.
I HAVE for sale a 4-rooin house on full
lot, m blocks from end of car line,
4-d and Grand. Price 11.350; $250 cash,
bal. monthly. W. Colfax, D. 1510, 7u2
6-R., almost new, at. mod. bungalow, oak
finish, full sized lot, paved St., 18th and
I.trd. $3o0 down or good tot, $3,250.
YOUNG MAN, 301 Om. Nat. Bk. D. 1478.
11-Room houe and bain on a lot 6xl32
feet, paved alleys; all modern except
electric lights. 1J Webster St. Call
I CAN atll a Prettiest Mile bungalow
for $375, easy terms; best location in
city. Call me up. I)oug. 33Hi.
6-room bungalow; all modern. 410B N.
21st. Phone Owner. Colfax 2253.
7-R. mod. 2iJ Manderson. Webster 820o.
HOME BARGAINS ON SOUTH SIDE
5- r., modern bungalow, price, $2,So.0O.
$260 cash. 136.00 I.er month.
6- r.. moUtrn. In Crelghton's 1st addi
tion, price $2.tXK.'.u0.
-r.. modern. In Cre'ghton's 1st addi
tion, price $3,400.00; $wo.uo cash.
8-r., mod.. In Crelghton s 1st add., on
large corner lot; price 4.i0; sw cash.
6-r., modern. 2-tory. Jth and Leav
enworth St., price $4,150.00.
5-r.. modern, near 42d and Leaven
worth St., price H.i.Ol.
Inquire 413 Karhach Hlk. Tel. D. 8807.
Large living room, dining room with
Dutch wlndowa. kitchen, pantry,
rear entry; on first floor finished in
oak, 1 large bedrooms, bath and sun
parlor on second floor; full cement
basement; elegant' fixtures, furnace;
Just compleud; located near 85th and
Martha. Price. 13,750.
C. 0. CAHLBE11G,
812 Brandela Theater Bldg.
Just listed, one of the most beautiful
homes In the south part of town that
can be bought at a great sacrifice sale;
g rooms, strictly modern, with hot water
heat, oak finish and oak floors through
out; one block frem St. I'hilomena's
church, I blocks from rar; lot frml-'S
feet; street paved; ten minutes' walk
for railroad man or bualness man. Must
be seen to be appreciated.
PAYNE INVESTMENT 4TOMPANY,
D 1781. 6th Fl. Omaha Nit. Bk. Bldg, o
Nonresident owner says must sell
22 S. !Bd St.; good 6-room strictly
mod., furnace heated, oak finished
house: lot txl32 ft. Good place, well
D. V. Sholoa Co.,
915-1 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 4.
TRICE ONLY $3,.XKi
Strictly modern, full brick foundation,
choice east front lot. dandy parage, lo
cated In Crrlghton'a First addition, near
OSRORNE REALTY CO.,
701 -2-3 Om. Nat. Hank PHc, Dong IC4
Make an Offer
81 ft Sfth Ave., 9 largo rooms
nnee, modern plumbing, fine east
lot. near Field Club,
owner -says get an offer,
Payne & Slater
1 Omaha National
5-Room MotTeni Uunjralow
Near 85th and Martha, east front lot.
49x1:13 feel to nllev; Immediate posses
sion: rimy term; $500 to IV cash, bnl
ance $30 rer month.
George & Company,
Douglas 7.16. ! C'ly Nat Hk. Bldg.
;;w S. ATI l
-roo.n modern exept heat,
Price cut $um,
owner must sell; want
otter t once,
PKKKA & MUS1I
6-HOOM bouse; modern except furnace.
" 2l7Ji,2"'?L!-h t Douglas HQ.
8-R. house, alceplna porch; Field Club
Dlst., 90S 9. ar.th Ave.
6-room cottage, not
quite finished; full lot;
only throe blocks from
car line. Price, 575.
A. P. Tukey & Son,
Phone Doug. 502. 1fC7-8 W. O. W. Bldg.
1-HliUM MAKOAIN NEW. -BOOM. J
STORY HOl'SK. NEAR CAR. A SNAP
AT $3,409; REASONABLE PAYMENTS.
S41 PAXTON BLK.
AMOS GRANT. 211 Brandel Theater
FTRh. i. .id 'tornado Ins. Slyrt Deuel, tUl
N. tM. Phone Colfax 1t2 after It a. m.
FOR SALE 5-room house and lot on 1619
Berry Ave. Electric lighta and water.
REAL ESTATE- UNflViPrtOVED
ACRES. ACHES. ACHES.
COUNTRY CLlll ACRES.
You no doubt know where this
bear' ''ill suburban property Is lo
cale. On the Fort Crook boule
vard, miles from the city limits
on the south, and right on the car
line. There la no acre property
around Greater Omaha to compare
with Country Club acrea. And
there ia no acre property has a
brighter future. It will pay you
well to Investigate Country Club
aires, which Is now for aale in
tracts of one acre and upwarda on
very reasonable terms,
ONEILS R. B. INS. AGENCY.
634 PrandHs Theater Hldjt- Tyler 1024.
3 LO TS on Park Ave, near r anuun. for
W. H. GATES,
847 Omaha Nat. Rk. Bldg, 1X124.
Come Out to Minne Lusa
and see the wonderful development go
ing on there.
You will find the beat Iota offered In
Omaha at $550 to '$virt. Sewer matna,
water mains, walks, grading and seed
ing all paid for. Easy terms.
CHARLEK W. MARTIN & CO.,
CHOICE LOTS CHEAP
Several lots. Just west of Fort
Omaha, at 375 to $260 each. Also a
block of choice lots at 17th and
Fort Sts., at $200 to $2.t each; $1
cash and $1 per week will put you
In possession of your choice of
these, lots. Rasp Pro., 1W Mo
Cague Bldg. Doug. 1063.
WILL BUILD TO SUIT.
Have 16 first choice lots In Leaven
worth Heights Add.
easy terms. Doug.
Z!81. Carl E. Holen
614 Psxtor. Bldg.
FOR BALE or trade
a satisfactorily lo
cated lot la Albright. Cheap for cash.
Write P. 828, Bee.
FINE lot on Bancroft, near Sixth; cloae
toachool; only 1 mile from Union depot.
Owner, Mrs. H. I Harris, 8S24 Grand
Ave. Phone Colfax 752.
RICHARD EVERETT, ARCHITECT. 106
No. 15th St. Phone Douglas 1009.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
START YOUR HOME IN BENSON!
BUY THI8 LOT!
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month: price
$250.00; atxe. 60x128; located on Locust
SI. between Clark and Burnham;. not
far from achool and car line. Geo, R.
Wright. Ree office, Omaha.
3 ACRES, with city, water and cement
walka, 2 blocks from Benson car line,
for $1,850; $274) cash, balance on pay
ments; fine for florist or truck gar
dener. Tebbens, 605 Omaha Nat. Bk.
D. 21 R2.
5 or 8 Acres Unimproved
Just a short distance northwest of
Fairacres we can give you a piece of
ground that will make a beautiful coun
try home site. Future possibilities of
this location are unlimited. With the
building of Brownell Hall In Fairacres
mis property will be within walking
distance or tne street car. and it com
mands a wonderful view In every dlrec
lion. j;very incn or the ground Is a
building site. We are offering this
ground for $200 per acre under a valua
tion of adjoining land. See us at once.
23n Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. D. 4.18.
Dundee Homo For Sale
A very deslrabW up-to-date modern
home with 60-foot south front lot, one
block from car line. Price ;,500.
This louse is in the newer part of
Dundee and is finished In oak. with oak
floors, and haa a beautiful suiiroon
and large sleeping prch. It is sur
rounded by good homes and will cer
tainly please you If you want some
thing that is choice and desirable.
J. H. Dumont & Co.,
418-18 Keellne Bldg. JTel. Doug, run.
NEAR HAPPY HOLLOW
Modem home. 8 rooms two lots, barn,
cistern; non-resident owner anxious to
sell. See us.
F. R. W'EAD. 310 S. 18th St., Wead Rldgo
Five acres hlghely Improved, 10 blocks
from city csr llnH. lYleed right, for
quick sale. 3H acres on macadamlxed
road, near Irvlngton. Good impiove
ments. Price, $1,W0. ft. acres 'v ir.H
from interurban car line. Good. new. 4
room houae, and other improvementa.
Price, $2.6tW. 6 acre, one block from
car line. Good Improvementa and a
dandy truck farm. Price- is right. V
acre and 10-room modern houae with
theping porch, tn Bellevue. Reasonable
price and terms. 1 n'mprov e I tracts
ranging in size from of an acre t)
10 acrea on easy f-rma. C. R. Comha,
111 BranL'els Theater Hhlg , Douglas :9lh.
liicne Sunday r evenings, Webster 64.
6 or 7 room house, modern,
from owner; West Farnam
District preferred; price not
over $3,760.00 and at reason
able terms. Call Mr. Carse,
lo Duv on moniniv oavmena
small alure room, wltu living rooms
sbove. Iu Cenlial achool district. Phone
htAL ESTATE INVESTMtNTS
Farnntn St. Tot
4 9 feet front with alunble
provemoms on V'amtim St., ne.ir
St. Pi Ice -!,.
.1. H. lhunont &
41-H Keel, ne Uldr..
I'ORNKK, cliw in; ifiit i.
S. P. PUSTWH'K A
9V Itce lild;.
AVouKl You Buy
A IVackape Ltt Very Cheap
A non-resident owner hns a lot S'.xl;',', i
witb traekace !'i the r'm' jjootl Iocs- i
tin,; upon which there Is ov a couple j
oi om nouses nru, nc i r monio.
This lot will tiling IOio within tl
next few vears. The owner ol-th
Jolnln lot aslis i;.0n for his. t cm
buy this lot f.r Ki'M ensh. Arc yo.t in
te:iste.l; If so. call.
II. A. Wolf,
EM Ware Hlock.
FOR SALE tilt EXCHANGE I
1912 i-passeiiHer, IV On Pierce Arrow. I
In fine condition; will trade for land
or Omaha Income property. Pay some
cash. Address C Mee
CLEAU OMAIU-$l,iV $4.'"1. $V0 up
to in.oini for OMAHA EQC1TY or
EAST NTH. FARM IJVND. Give full
detnlls in first letter. 1. '3i. Omaha Hee
WILL exchiinne line cent ml Minnesota
farm for farm Hockyford district, Colo
rado M. Inmlan. Itovalton. Minn.
fTld RARG.TN-i0 acrea-'W inl!csN. V.
of Newport, Neb., for Omahn Income.
See me tor price nnd pirtb ulars.
J. A, ABBOTT. Patterson Blk., Omaha.
WELL improved 80 acn-s. W miles Iroin
Omal a, vacant or Improved for a -rengc
near Omaha. Thomas I'ampbell, Keellne
Bids. Douglas 4S?3.
fR SALE or tra.le a satisfactorily lo
cated lot In Albrluht. Cheap for ca'i.
W rite B. 82K, Bee.
CAN sell or exchange atiyihlng you have
to offer. C. J. Canan, McCague Bldg.
REAL ESTATE-BUS- PROP'TY
96 FEET. IKth Ht . 3 blk. from viaduct.
$6,600. McCague Inv. Co., McCaguo Uldg.
Real Katate, Loans, Morlarasies,
WE are ready at all time to
mako loang on first-class city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Hates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.
Hi So. 17th St
i TO for loans on beat class city
residences iu aiouui.ie ;,uuu up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1622 Farnam St.
OMAHA homes. Eaat Neoraska farina
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
MIS Omaha National. Phone Douglas 1711
1.... rr t . . v. ,. -i.
iu lAAa, lor u years,
on Improved properties.
BHOPEN CO.. Doug. 4246,
MONEY on hand
farm loana. H. W.
National Bank Bldg.
for city and
Natl. Bk. Bldg.
llCj TO $10,000 made promply. F. D. Waad,
weau mag., into qt rainam pm,
Large loans a apecli
W, ii. 1 noma
zzk Btaie BanK liia
CITY LOANS, C. Q. Caflberg, 10
12 Brandeia Theater Bldg.
CITY and farm loana, 6, 6S, 6 per cent,
J. IT. Dumont ft Co.. 418 State Bank.
MONEY. HARRISON A MORTON,
sis (imana witt. Hang mag.
8lnrk and Bonds.
Two First Mortgages
$1,600. due In five yeara. Interest 7 per
cent, payable semi-annually, on 300
acres of good level farm land In .Weld
county, Colorado; value $4,500.
$900, due In five years. 7 per cent, pay
able semi-annually, on 180 acres of good
level farm land in Weld county, Colo
E. T. Heyden,
1814 Harney St., Omaha. Nebraska.
HAVE two 11.000 mortgages drawing
per cent Interest; secured on Tennessee
land; dun in 1 and 4 yeara; will trade
for good automobile, or what have you,'
Artiress : am, trma'ia nee
MORTGAGE Have for sale $2,Ou0 6
tnige. on jw aero rami in ienraska. c
A. ttnmmei, m;i uin, Nat. Hk. Bldg.
$1,000 FARM mortgage bearing 7 per cent.
-ecured by 640 acre of land
Ixwmla Inv. Co., W. O. W.
Abatrwcta of Title.
GUARANTEE Abstract Co. The
uumwut best abstract a the
cneapest. itoom t. r-atteraon mag, U.2S47
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract
orriee in Nenrasaa. Hrandeia Thea.
KF.T?R Title guarantee and Abstract
iviiiuv Co a modern abstract offloa.
sua 8. 17th St. Tel. D. 647.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
GILT-EDGED INV EST M EN T To close
an estate we are offering a 290-acre
farm, eastern Iowa, at $136 per. This
is an excellent property and priced
away below adjoining farms. Any one
looking for a first-class Investment
should investigate this. Relyea ar Glf-
ford. 316 Ramge Hldg., Omaha, Neb
240 ACRES, 46 mile from Minneapoll
near two good ran roan towns; one-
half under cultivation, balance use for
pasture and nay; can practically all
be cutlvaled: good soli, good set
buildings; this land will produce 60
bushels of corn per acre; country is
thlctly settled; complete set of ma
chinery; 27 head of stock, consisting
of 11 cows, balance 1 and 2-year-olds;
4 good hore, 26 hogs, chickens snd
everything on the farm goes at $6 per
acre. Immediate possession can be had.
J028 Plymouth Hlitg , Minneapolis. Minn.
M FARMS, 2o Improved un.Tl4 pieces un
Improved, from 180 to 1)40 acro of tho
best soil In the ited River valley, near
Argyll-, Stephen and Donaldson, Minn.;
.iImu 12 Improved farms from IH to 4i
aires near Tyler, southern Minnesota,
offered for sale. Write to owner, M.
Lnurltsen. Security Hldg., Minneapolis
ID ytiir ANT 1T7
Call or write for our free booklet tell
ing all about Dent Co., Missouri. It
will pay you. We make our next trip
Tuesday, March 7. We are selling Im
proved farms at $20 tc $00 per aers. All
sizes. Euay terms. let us know what
you want. We have It in the (Harks.
W. S. FltaVK. ?l Neville Hlk.
QREUT BARGAINS $, down $5 monthly.
buys 40 acres, good fruit and p ultry
land, near town, southern Missouri.
Price only 1,5. Address Box Mm, Ex
celsior Splines, Mo
4a UUbliELa v lii-.AT L AN . Jt Pl.lt
acre. Choenue Co.. beat srn.ili itiin
Co. lo slate, few snaps for erly buy
ers. Live agents wanted. Write Fund
In ga!aiidIr!V.OVvLS id neyNeb
FOR feAl.K, V-seciloiij ,-iuiie tat of
Clarks, Neb.; good Improvements; 00
sere in wheat, balance pasture and
hay meadow; I17.0U0.U0. Owner, V. D.
Ahel, Clarks. Neb.
THREE uuart.ia, una Improved, bal
anc hayland, eouth of Lynch. Neb.
Might consider trade. General Mercan
tile Co.. Omaha. Neb
North Dakota U4i,
Itl.'V Noith Dakota farma from owner
and save agent a commiaslon. Writ
for particulars. Aaa Sile, Esmond,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
New York l.anda.
Ai A K K ur iiioin y ben on bu . then
ou will not have Xt make your profit
above Its value when you aril 7d acrti
frm, with cow and train, price $:,;
$i onsM J'oi venrlv.
Fsihire Is oltcn the first atep to a-vme-thinn
better; 4'-arit rbrr view farm,
wnh cow a. tam ami tools, price U.4'.
Jmh Ciifli M enrl.
lo you know- what It i to be loalng
when II,. Oo profit woul' set everything
tight? o.'-aire farm, 2 ..am, henuar,
2 ap: In urchnrds, 2i cherry tree, lvel,
lv stone; piicn ll.i.V.. caxll, HUD
It. K fir,, mil. I oiie v iv l, pnrcbaser.
E. MCXXON, 2t?0 S. Salln St.. Syra
cuse, N. V
l lafOltst II I.MItl.
1.1 I M. v. .s.-i. - ,.:, nan m l
aeneial erop state III the union, mttlaia
wanted: lanJ tor aale at low price on
ay terms. Ask for booklet 14 on Wia
cnntn Central Land ilrant. Excellent
lamia for stock raining If .nterested In
frutt land ak for booklet on apple
orchard. Address I ind and Indiislrla'
lept.. uo I. In Railway, Mlriieapolla
Farm land aoa placed In these col
umn reach the knl of pople all
over the weat who have ample fund
with which to Invest in lands.
quality and quantity are both found
In THE HME'S country circulation.
Although the S ibsi ilptlon ratn l.i
lilgncr, THE BEE has a greater coun
try ciic ilatlon dnilv and Sunday tliuit
It nearest Omnhrt competitor. Send In
your ad and reach some real buyers
Have lull a kaka run hale
W rite a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City (la.t Jour
nal, "lows' Most Powerful Want Ad
Med'um." Twanty-flve worda every Fri
day evening, Saturday morning and 1
every Saturday evening and Sunday for i
one monin. giving iiireii iui wi innv
rtiifPrnt dava fur 82: or 60 worda. 84. or I
76 words III.
Largest circulation of any Iowa we-
paper; tuO.OtO reader daily In four great
NOTICE IX) FARMERS.
When In need of help of any kind
write, telephone or call on ua.
CUNNINGHAM LABOR AGENCY.
111 S. 15th Ht. Omaha. Neb
FOR any and all klr.de of acreage locatej
en or near car line, call C. R. Coma
116 Prandela Theater Bldg. Doug. tll
FARM LAND FOR RENT
'OK HEN T 18o-acre farm; general store
thus iHistofflcei , nig rbance tor man
with family. WVston. N. D.. 1,6"0 pays
rent and stock; Investigate. Postmaster,
Bndlard. N. D.
FARM for rent, ll!0 acres- 60 acres In
alfalfa; cah rent. .1. C. Root, Kta
tlon R, Route 1, Omaha. Thone Wal.
35 ACHES fine
rich level land, close to
Benson. 17 an acre.
HASTINGS ft HKYDEN
MUST SELL HARNESS.
$2,700 worth of double harness to cloae
nut at a discount oi one-inira rrom reg
ular price; 11,000 worth of alngle har
ness to close out at one-half regular
price. Harness shipped subject to In
spection. If not satisfied, money will
16211-31 -33 N. 18th St.. Near Clark Bt
NOTICE TO FATlMERS.
Have arrived with 22 of my big, well
matched mares, dapple grays, roans,
bays and blacks, from 6 to 8 years old;
weight 1,800 to 1,500 bs. If you are In
want of honest work mares don't fall tn
see them, for they must be anld before
the 15th to settle my entire ealate. Lady
owner. Barn In rear. 124 8. 24th St.
UN E aeveu-year-old mare, wt. 1,400; one
rive-yeai-oia mare, wi. i,sv; peat rarm
team In the country. Alao one nine-month-old
mare colt. Foreat Farm, two
miles west, half mile south of Benson.
Call Douglas 3108 or Benson 6233.
HARNE',68, SADDLE ,AND TRUNKS.
We make tnem ourselves and sell them
direct to the consumer. Why pay two
profits for inferior goods when you can
get hlgh-grsde goods at first costf
ALFRED CORNISH ft CO.,
1210 Farnam St.. Omaha.
INTELLIGENT and persistent adverlla
ing will 'sell" any salable real estate,
and the largest number of prospective
buyers can te reached through the
Real Estate and Want-Ad Qulde to all
of Greater Omaha THR BEE.
SPRING wagon, $J6; lumber wagon, $2g.
14MI Houtn lmn.
FRESH cows for sale. 2831 4th Ave., Co.
HAY-$7.00 ton. A. W.
Wagner. 801 N. li.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
MONEY in chicken; write (or Johnson's
free catalogue. Poultry Know-How,
about the pay-for-ltsalf Old Trusty In
cubator. M. M. Johnson Co., Clay Cen
Thoroughbred Boston terrier puppies.
males, 8.to; females. Jd; rully pedigreed.
Max Gelsler Bird Co.,
RHODE island I led eggs, rertll tv guar.
anteed. $1.00 settlug; $.uu hundred. Wal
11 XD grain. 100 lbs., $1.76. Wagner. I01N.1I
Before you buy a used car come and
look over our stock. All our cars are
In perfect condition and at reasonable
Enger 6," practically new.
t he volet roadster.
2 1916 Maxwell touring cars, slightly
used, at a oargsin.
1915 Ford, self-starter, slip covers, good
as new; bargain.
1914 Ford touring; god shape.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
2216 Farnam St. Douglas 863.
l'.i 16 Dodge touring .0
1912 Htevens-Duryea torntng $40u
):tl Monitor touring loon
1UI2 Mitchell Six touring $450
Klssclkar Speeudster, bargain
Chalmers Six touilug $.1)0
Auto Clearing House. 220 Farnam. D, &8IM
WANT iai5 Hulck. Overland or
for two clear lot In Omaha.
Auto l.lvery and (inrtn,
lnduatrlal Garage Co.JAith ft Harney Sta.
Au In ItepnlrtiiMT Mud Pa i a 1 1 n sj
JluO reward fr niamieto we carTT ropalr.
Coll repaired. Havadorfer, 110 N. 18th,
NEB. Aulo itadiaiur Hvpa.r bcrvite. ana
prlQB right. 21" H 1'h Bt. D. 730.
JOE MI'HPIIY Auto reparins. 111 t. 17th
26 Far. D. 204.
SOME MORE PARGAIN3.
80-33-4 8. S. canines, complete with
tubes, $17.50. Standard make. Guarau-
tSe1' DUPLEX. 2518 Farnam.
AUTO TIRES HALF PRICE
Homer Mill. 1611 Chicago Bt.
I. lee trie A aloroobllr.
Walter Audi rsoii, ep t irp'g eiactiica ft
batierlca. Stornge. 2-'j0 Farnam. D. 4317.
Fire. Theft. Liublllty j,4 Property
Dumaje at Lowest Ratea.
KILLY. ELLIS ft THOMPSON.
11-14 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2811.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
Bargain In uaed machine. Vic ".or Rooa,
1h Motorcycle Man." tiu! Leavcowerth.
St. Tyler ivi, nignt. K.-d
Cnnaha Rad ator Hep Cu.. 2'
fill lire slid
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Trade in Cattle Active, with Largre
Run Good Demand for the
HOG PRICES SOARING HIGH
nercipt were. Catfe
Official Mnniinr ,1
Estimate Tuesday 7
Two days this wk...17Vi
fame lays last w k. lS.snO
Hume daya 2 w ks. ago 14,aK
eame dnys 3 w k. aco 1 tv
Sam daya 4 wks. ago 1.t;l
Same days laat year H.7H3
.1 no toiiowinu iHi,i. show toe reei
Sf Cat'lp l.otfa . w , t h. Omnha
l ive Stock market for the year to date
a compared with laat year:
I iih 1 Dee
''"He 2, 1,7 171071 W.fcV.
I "ok Mi3.!M .! Jii Wi
h'J'P 4,W.4;t; 613, W 4.7e!
' m i ''lov.ng tatv snows thu Heia
lEr;rT..n- "ou', "t the Droaht I've stock
(piarkai for the last few daya. wl'.h "in
I -.l!!?.. 'fn ii!,.in4 iii i.'nni i"ii "lL
I Feb. 1S.1 t'seir.TTfTsr'TT; 1 061 t 4
5"l S 2? ! ! S" i ' , , a month In the history of the yar ! whu
in1 7 ,' Kl J ! - m i ll tewe. were hUher then they are at pre.
til l u V'i. Sai Toi IS Theae were April and Mav, W.
. x !. J .J . ' " w e"11 Mrcn It w . ;n May. Ha
w. m ih V. i ': ii ix;.t,",t vv rr or1 ' VM w"" "uh"
5- ! M J Ml S-i I , "There was nothing; of feeding or shear-
$ll'v II 34 S 181 111 ' lfP'''',','' ir- Av' pr
. :ii a is a t; a 4.
8 :H v.ll 6'i
I 14) 8 y 71, 50
: i 8.' i ;
8 M' 8 87. a S7 6 88i
8 al 8 4, 3l S4i 7-.
I l'. 4t
8 i...',. 8 4 li
I ttt't' 6 67
n".rr P.t. and disposition of live it .ck
If1 ,nn 1 n,nn stork yanls for twentv-foui
hours ending at 3 o'clock yesterday:
I Cattle Hons Hlieeo. 1 I r s.
C, M. ft St.
C. A N. W , east..
C. ft N. W.. west .
C. St. P., M. O.
C, It. ft y., esst ...
C. B. ft y., esst...
C., M. ft y., west..
C, R. I. ft P.. east.
C, H 1. ft P., west.
Illinois Central ....
Chicago tl. W
Total receipts ..312 lot
Morris ft Co 823 744
Swift and Companv 1.318 l,;r.
Cudahv racking Co.... 1,378 1,43
Armour ft Co 1,676 2.i"'l
Suhwarts ft t:o 474
J. W. Murphy 2,71
Lincoln Packing Co 18
fo. Omaha Pack. Co... 6
Hay State Co c.s
Knrr Packing Oo 223
W. B. Vansant Co 120
Benton, Vansant & L. 88
Hill ft Son 2
F. B. Lewla 1,
Huston A Co 104
J. B. Root Oo
J. H. Bulla 16A
U I' . Huss 6
Kosrnstock Bros 70
F. G. Kellogg VW
Werthelmer ft Degen... 1"8
II. F. Hamilton 24
Sullivan Bros 89
Rothschild ft Krebs ... W ,v
Mm. ft Kan. Calf Co.. '..V. .:.
Baker, Jones ft Smith..
Banner Bros 81 ...
John Harvey 8M
Dennis ft Francis 80 . ...
Jensen A Lungren 102 ...
Other buyers 604
Totals 7,980 ,l7t8
CATTLE There was a very fair run of
cattle again today, about 7.600 head, ina
two days' supply being nearly J.OUO heav
ier than a week ago.
una iv continues to snow improvement.
and although the nroDortlon of beef
steers, as on Mondav. wss comparatively
small buyers had little complaint to make
on the point of quality and finish. Trade
was active right from the start and prices
moved strong tn 10c higher for anything
at all uaeful, either In the way of beef
Steers or cow stuff. The bulk of the fair
to good 1.100 to 1,300-pound cattle sold
around $8.4n8.) and on up to $8.10 for
' In Blockers and feeders the trade was
reasonably brisk, with Dricaa very aen-
rrally In the same notches as on Monday.
Country demand continues good and both
light and heavy stuff that has any qual
ity finds a ready sale.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, 88.75tiO.25; fair to good beevee,
$8.8048.70; common to fair beeves, $7,360
8. 86; good to choice half era, 17. 0001.86;
good to choice rowa, $6. 7607. 60; fair to
good cowa, $6. 004. 76; common to fair
rowa, $4.6tti6.76; good to choice feedera.
$7.7611. 20; fair to good feedera, $7,851
i.m; common to lair leenere, n nowi.u;
Rood to choice atockers, $7.75a.2f: stoc
elfars, $6.2tiJr7.6o; stock cows. $5.7b4.75:
stock calves. $6.60itf.Mi; veal calves, $7.29
cjio.w; ouiis, stags etc., l&.HrO'.TS,
, HO I 18
..... Ml IM
, Tf T 78
, IUI I It
111 I W
M T M
4 V 4
I M 4
7 U 1
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
HOGS t'nder the Influence of the big
advance In pork on yeaierday'a provision
trade and comparatively light supplies
all over the market map hog prices
scored a big 16o advance, values being
in many raaea as mucn as 20c higher.
Shippers started the ball rolling and
with the double advantage ot broader
orders and a bigger supply of the good
hogs they bought a pretty good share of
the supply, paying prices, that were
anywhere from loo higher on their first
purchases to 15c and even 2oc higher
Packers were not long in following the
shipper lead, but by the time they got
started value were all of lfc up and
continued to Improve, ao that the bulk
of the killing hoga waa bought at a U$
Later ahliDln nurchasM
l,i. hnv.d thl. linlurn Ik. ..n.,.l
trade waa a big
15c higher. Movement
atarted early and was active all through.
A pretty fair clearance was msde by 10
o'clock there being only an occasional
load of underweights left at this time.
On psper the msrket showed an ad
vance of almost Joe. but quality as ususl
on a Tuesday ahowed considerable Im
provement over the previous dsy, and
thia Is responsible for at least a small
share of the advance shown by the
average. The bulk of the sales wss
made at $H.MKft9.0u. with quite a showing
of good heavies ss high aa 19.06, and
the Up at iJ.lv. In the line of compari
son it Is the same old story today, taith
the bulk and top being the hlgheat since
August, 1914, and higher than at any
time last year by fully 5oc.
Receipts today were the smallest for
a Tuesday so far this year, and the
same can be said of the Monday and
Tuesday total. The day a arrivals were
onl ISO rare, or about 11.700 head, while
the total for the two daya foota up
to.632 head, aa against 24.799 laat week.
Ui.il two weeka ago and 14.610 a year
sgo. The gradual falling off in recelpta
the laat two or three weeka hears out
the statements of stockmen that hogs
are beginning to get scare In the
... a ...
4J ..I4 ... M 77 Ill ... 1
1 III . 7 si a ... t
SHEEP Another numerate run was re
rslved thl nmrnlna, estimated suppl'e
bring thlity-tliree crs. or S.OIO head. To
tal receipt this were are also very mod
erate, the twn ilas' run of 1R.472 head
lielng 7. SKI "mailer than lnst week and
more than fiom short of two week ago.
but larger than a veir ago by 4.01.0 head
Early repniia from Chicago were ariv
thli.g b'it enronracing, re. tii'ts there b
Ing . r'irte-l us it.iVmi lifsd, with pros-
feits for another break In lamh prices,
.aler on, howevei, this estimate was cut
to I.VOio snd Ira'al offerings being of
limited proportions, the market here
opened out in K'd season on a fully
steady basi. Earlv sale Included Mexi
carta as Inuh as ill .10, wh.le later on a
two-eir bunch remiied 111. IS. equalllns
the best pr ee paid so sr thl season.
Hood, hatirivvieighl westerns also dupll-
led the season top. eillng to III 10
Bulk of the coo.
In f ffl,-
nod to eho'c lambs Is sell-
eo. tm load of a falrlv
aoed sort sold at
ei. i. f-vf"-- 1 he outlet 'or aed
sheen note I at CM-a-io ysterdav w
1 f It here loilsy. Suppliei o" ewea wers
' Jut fair, and urder the Influence of -i
' g oil mil. nfferliu nvivel In drnt a"a
rnn at pr'e that were st-ong to. In sev
eral Ins a nee. 10' II her. C'holc" f I
,wMtern reached I'.lo toilay, a dime
'aho'e the best time paid thl -ao- in.
t.i tills ttm. while a good c'as a-.11 '
I7.MiS,M and a not very deairah a kin I
lnnded at $7.fS. There are only three
No. Ar. Pr.
,M4 Ida' n fee,ler lambs , i" 10
4'-4 Teeder lamba 84 Hi 8",
Mevlcan lamb 78 111
;'I1 feeder ew-e 7 .
fiin Moiran lamh 70 11 in
'"I feeder lamba 77 10 7.
Til feder lamb 11
117 feee'er lamha W 10 8
6'6 feeder lamha It 10
1"7 fed feeder lamba 70 10 m
M4 fed feeder lambs 71 10 78
I IIH AIIO 1.IVH ITOt'K MARKET
tattle Firm Hog Weak Sheep
at rnn a;.
CHICAGO. March 7. CATTLE Re-
, cilpta. 6,flo0 head; market firm; native
beef cattle, l7.S..tiH.75; western Steers. 17.16
l8..V.; stock! and feeders. $i.7rff7.0O;
cow and heifers, I3.MHI jo; calves, .25-Tt
MOOS Receipt. 14,000 head; market
weak at 15c advance: bulk. $0.157i.36;
light, $.&r.fjO..V.: mixed. 39.0if.4O, heavy.
4.An.40; rough. $.Wr.: Plga. 7.40(i.4.Y
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta, l2.00
head; market strong: weihera, $8.8ucl.M0;
cwea, $ti.0Wi8.t; lamoa. $9.50011-40.
Kioax City Lire Iterk Market.
BtOVX CITY. la.. March 7.-CATTI..F.-Rm-elpts,
2.700 head; market steady to 10c
higher; native steers, $7.0Oti8.00; butchers.
$...;ifra.co; raws and hetfers. $4,6007.10;
aanckers and feeders, $7. 157.76; bulls,
stag, etc., $5.7wiT7.60.
HOGS Receipts, 8,,m0 head; market lOff
20o higher; heavy, $8.4040.10; mixed. $8.80
i W; light. $l.75fi.80; bulk of sales. $S.fj
SHEEP AND UMB8- Receipt. 808
head; market steady; ewes, $4.707.00;
lambs. $0.fKMi 1100.
a(. I.oala Live Ptoek Market.
ST. I)1'IS. March 1-f ATTl.n.n,.
celpts; 4.000 head: market ateady; naitvt
beef ateer l7.5V(i9.5o; yearling si errs, and
heifers. H.6ni!l.to: cowa, 5.oifi7.25; stock
"l and fe-dra $7,.Vvw7.76; Texaa and In
dian steers. $5.2DQS.0i; cowa and heifer.
$l.0irt8 oo; native calvea. $ti.yall.(.
HOGS Receipts. 8,000 head; market
higher; plga and llghta. $8.7V,35; mixed
and butchtra, $9.10f.4O; good heavy, la 30
cilEKP AND LAMPS Recelpta. 2.6)
bend; market, steady; yearling wether.
$.nV 10.00; lamh. l.oOitll.26. ewea, $8.:0
Kaaaaa Mty 1.1 ve Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, March T. CATTLE
celpta, I.4X)0 head; market higher; prime
fed slrera, $.0o.1i.50; dressed beef steers.
$i.7Mi.80; Wcmeni steers, $7.6O:ii3.0),
stockers and feedera, $8.6(K;i8.eo; bulls.
$u.6tfi; 00; calvea, $.MW11,0.
HOGS Receipts. 10,ti0 head; market
lowerj bulk of sales. $8.80fM.2f; heavy, fun
tf9.W; packers and butchera. $.0t.2.":
light, $8.70ii.18: pigs. I7.7f.-u8.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, .8o0
head: market steady; lambs, I10.6CHT11.0I;
yearling. I 8MJU0.00; wethers. $7.78. 61-;
t. Jeaeak Live Btoek Karet.
PT. JOSEPH- Mo.. March 7. CATTLE
Reeelpta. .2"fl head; market higher:
steera, $7.26ti ,W; cowa and heifers, $4.50
tl 60: ealyea, H.O0tp10 6O.
HOGS Recelpta, 6,000 head; market
higher: top. 10. 20: bulk of sales. 18.9071
SHEEP AND LA M B 3 Receipts. T.ono
head; market strong; lambs, $10.&t&
N Stoek la glakt.
Recelpta of live stock at the five nrin-
clpal western markets:
iauie. nogs, oneep.
7,6oO . 11.700 S.iKm
St. Lnula ..
Sioux city .,
M.3U0 &L200 32,100
Of tea Market.
NrTtV TORK. March 7. COFFEE The
market for coffee futures was very quiet
toaay witn nut tune cnange in prices.
The opening was 1 to i polnta lower un
der a scattered selling, but the offerings
were very light and the more active
positions ruled generally a point or two
above last night's closing figures during
the afternoon, with July selling at 7.84c
and September at 8.02c. The close wss
net I polnta higher to I points lower.
Sales, Including switches, were ll.a
bags. March, 7.72c; April, 7.79c; May,
7. c: Juna. 7.90e; July, 7.93c; August, 7.87c;
September, .01c; October, 8.04c; Novem
ber. (.One; December, 1.12c; January, s.lc;
February, 8.19c. Spot coffee, quiet; Rio
7s. Hc: Santos 4c, 10c No fresh offers
were reported in the cost and freight
market from Santos and Rio offers were
quoted unchanged. Owing to the holiday
In Brasll there were no official quota
tions from the primary markets.
NEW TORK, March 7.-COTTON-The
cotton market closed stesdy with last
prices showing a net decline ot from 13
to 18 points.
Futures opened ateady; March, 11.83c
May, 11.77c; July. 11.87c; October. 12.15c;"
LIVERPOOL. March 7. COTTON
Spot eaaler; good middling, 8 06c; mid
dling, 7.78c; low middling, 7.46c; sales.
Kraporated Apples aad Dries Pralts
NEW YORK, March 7. EVAPORATED
APPLESi-Qulet; fancy. siA,c: choice.
Wr-Ho: prime. 6'(oj4c. Prune. firm;
Caifnrna. 4il1-ic; Oregon. 7"4384e.
DRIED FRUITS Aprlcota. dull: choice.
!8-V(i)0c; extra choice. I0,4ii0c; fancy,
llV,tJi)2c. peachee, dull; rho'ce, KUc; ex
tra choice, 5V-.c; fancy, 6c. Ra sins, firm;
loose muscatels. 7vu7yre;
I , i -. ...ti, .. r , ... .
NEW TORK. March 7. MEfTALS The
Metal exchange quntea lead at $6.60; spel
ter, not ouoied. Copper, firm; electro
Ivtlc. nearby, $!8.0mti?8.a0; June and later.
$.1.250! 21.50 Iron, firm and unchanged.
Tin, firm; spot. $48.to, bid
At London: Spot copper. C100 10s; fu
tures, 1W; electrolytic. 1X Spot tin.
186; futures, 1 r. tad, 31 17s (d:
Oil aad Hosia.
SAVANNAH. Ga . March 7. Tt'RPEN
TIN E Nothing doln; laat Bale March 2
at r)c; recelpta, 16 bbla.; shipments, S34
bbls.: stocks, 10,179 bbls
ROSIN Firm; sales. 960 bbla; receipts..
1.190 bbls.; shipments, 420 bbls.; stocks.
W.7K7 bbls. quotation. A. B, C, D and
E. $4.80; F, $4.85: H. $4 9o.iK.00; I. $.V0ta
5.15; K. S lf,W5.30: M. $5 35: N. 3.iuja.60;
Mil, $6.5!5.70; WW. $i.i5.5.
Dry Goods Markat.
NEW YORK. March 7.-DRY GOODS
Men's wear markets were firm today.
Silk piece goods were higher with busi
ness more active. Cotton goods were
steady. Yams were more active. Jobbers
reported a good trade.
Mtaaeapolis Grata Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. March 7. WHEAT
May. $1.13Vtl ll; July. $1.114. Cash: No.
1 hard. $1.19': Na. 1 northern. IU4
l.US; No. $ northern, tl.lOai.UdW.
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