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TMK HKK: OMAHA, TIKSDAY, MA IK II 'Jl, l!M(i.
J'KKSONAI. Misses Staples and rtbaffer.
bnth. electric trentmenl 0n t a m. to
p rn, Oooglsa 713. 41 WsreFlk.
tegm and shower baths. Massage. Tied
.7-7, Room ?S Karhach Hlk .
MASSAUEMisa Webster. 1A Paxton
Rlk. T, Office hours 1" to .
RHK.l MATISM tinted incwwl ully ; re
suits gvsrwnt'd. Dr. Howser. 314 IW Kldg.
SCIENTIFIC maeesge. 5 Bee Bldg.
Phone Doualss W73.
FOR lENT ROOMS
ATTENTION. ROOM HUNTERS:
If you fall to find the room
you desire among- these ada, rail
at The Bee office for a Room List
gives complete detailed descrip
tion of vacant rooeis In all parts
of tba city. If more convenient
phone The Be Want Ad Dept.
and give your name and address,
and a Hat will be mailt to you
at one. New llsta are lasuad
SOUTH 20th St., WK-Three fine, large,
modern rooms for three or more gentle
men. Bath on same floor; welkin" die
ts n re; can also let garage room. Rent
reasonable. Telephone Douglas 77.
53N. MTU ST.-2 front TedroorniTail
modern house; can have use of piano;
refined private family.
1009 PACIFIC ST.-Have seveial single
rooma. Just vacant. Would like to hear
from people appreciating a home.
3MB St. Mary's Nicely furnished mod
em room with piano, $?60 per week.
NICELY furnished room, close In; aii
modern. 531 S. 22 Ft.
SOS 8. 29TH ST. Strictly flrst-claaa rooms.
2731 JACKSON Suite of light housekeep
ing rooms, newly papered and every-
tning cieen anfl new, (.'an Harney lbm
2917 MASON Suite of 3 rooma for house
keeping; everything furnished; 1 south
rooms. Harney 8t,'l-
-i-d BT. MARY'S Two modern rooma, lat
floor: furnished complete for house-
2 SMAbl, connecting; rooms, cheap, llar
8 CONNECTING rooms for housekeeping,
modern, well located. Douglas 22(19.
MODERN light housekeeping rooms.
private. ITIt Hurt Bt.
Board and noonsa.
207 N. 2.1D Table board, good home cook
ing; also have nice large front room
suitable for several gntlemen; modern;
reasonable. Call Red 6.
TOU PEOPLE WHO RENT ROOMS,
CALL THE BEE WANT AD DEPT.
and find out all about the FURNISHED
ROOM QUIDS. Its a plan that la
helping many people rent their rooma.
HOTEL BANFORD, HOTEL HARLET.
19th and Famara. 20th and Farnam,
Special Rates to Permanent GueaU.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WHAT'S between outside paints and In
side plaster? Watch one of my well
built homes under way. Phone Benson
128. F. 8. Trulllnger.
114 No. abth. brick, 12 rooms. $0.
1125 So. 31st, modern, 8 rooms, $:!6.
208 So. 41st. modern, 7 rooms. $-3.
JOHN n; FRENZEK. DOUGLAS sm.
$520 LINCOLN BLVD. 11-roorn house.
strictly modern, with hot water heat
Price S0. Douglas 1818.
U3 N. 38 AVE., 8 rooms; 3 baths; April
1st; ISO. Doug. 2&47.
(-ROOM cottage for rent, 2808 Davenport.
Phone Harney 1313.
1-HOOM mod. flat, MG N. Wth St., 117.
2S37 Curr.lng St., 6-room modern except
J. B. ROBINSON.
442 Bee Rldg.
6-ROOM cottage; modem except
BRICK flats, t to $lf; 31t and Ames
Avenues; good for laboring people; water
free. Phone Walnut 2T&2.
CkooM cottage near 24 Ui and Ames;
electric lights, gas for cooking. Only
$10. Ernest Sweet. D. 1473.
ft-ROOM house, fine lot, large barn.
chicken house, cistern and fruit treea,
115. Phone Florence SOS.
ton MIAMI ST.-7-room. all mod. house;
half block from car; cheap at a.
Phone Webster 7188.
liia GRANT ST. 7-r. com., modern, $-'.
T. F. Hall. 43. Ramge Bldg. Doug. 74i
7-R., mod.. 26a! Manderaon. Web. ZMa.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
B-r., BS51 N. 80th tt 113.00
6-r., 7U Hickory 184..; 3IS.0U
8-r.. 718 Hickory St 31. 00
4- r., 1612 Grand Ave $14.00
6-r., 4213 Center St., large barn,
about 6 acres pasture $36.00
MODERN, EXCEPT HEAT.
5- r., 403 N. 29th St 313.00
6- r.. 2232 S. th St 416.00
6-r., 2417 Ellison Ave 113. 00
a-r., 616 N. 17th St 320.00
5- r.. (01 Martha St $12.00
6- r., "7 Martha tit $16.00
6-r., 616 Martha Bt $16.00
6-r.. 4K37 Franklin St $20 00
6-r., 4116 N. 17th Bt w $26.00
6-r., 1!9 8. Wh St $ 00
6-r.. 8121 Corby St $27.66
6-r., 2630 Dewey Ave $33.60
6-r., 4646 N. 40th tt 110.00
6- r., 1673 Fort St $26.00
T-r., 3317 Dodge St.; choice $40.00
7- r., 713 8. 38th St; choice $N6.00
8- r., 714 N. 31st St $26.00
-r., 3326 Myrtle Ave.; choice $40.00
7-r., 626 8. 30th St $25.00
5- r., 627 Park Ave $30.00
t-r., 3116 N. 24th St-, 3d floor $12.60
6- r.. S3 8. suth 8t $26.00
7- r., 1303 8. 2Kth St-; bargain S4.00
7-r., 13"1 8. 2Sth ISt $27.60
826 8. 24th St.
4-r. apartment. No. "B" $23 and $30
PORTER A gHOTWELL
Offices With i
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.,
303 H. 17th St. Douglaa 6013.
FOR GARDENING AND POULTRY.""
6-r.. downtown, colored: $12. Also a
1 and a S (like bunsalowi and jrnu
GROUND. $6 and $7. Also 6-r.. Call,
fornla bungalow and acre, $14. TeL
T. t1(T7. Evenings. Wal gig?.
LIST your vacant homea and flats with
us: we get out' and show. YOUNG
MAN. 301 Omaha Nat. Bank. Doug. 1476
HOUSES FOR RENT.
C'REIGH. SONS CO.
60S BEE BLDG. DOUG. 300.
FOR RENT AP'TS AND FLATS
VERY choice 4 or 6-rooin steam heated
apartment, on West Farnam Bt.
JOHN W. ROBB1NB. 102 FARNAM BT.
STODEUN 6-rooiu apartmeut. Including
leeP Porch. Will located. Harney
ST. CLARE. 24th and liaruey., t-roora
apartment. Harney 647.
4-RooM heated apt. corner first floor;
vacant April 1st; wtli decorate to suit:
see It any time; summer rate $22 60
JH12 Maple St. '
rt!0in,; ml; newlv deco
ratert $20. 1821 Maple St. Red 11
riVL-tiXjM ileua beateu auartmenC
.n pt. r..
5.1- Th.v.-v im"t;-.. "-n-
Li.y5JAU,jK '-rootn Hat. steam heatea
2'i20 Leavenworth St. Rent ISO n-l
Young. 122 Brandeia Thea Blda O i?.
MODERN, ateum-heated apartment, near
P, P.: $1H upwards. O. p. Htebhtn. f
(TftOOM modern flat. ."23. lf23 8. l:t."
MONTH FHKE RENT
3-r. and bath apartment, brick, mod
except heat; good neighborhood; $12 M.
D. . BUCK. U OniaLa Nat D. 6S6.
MOVING AND STORAGE
CI LODE VAN & STORAGE
an and I men.
packs, ships, (-horse
31 3S per hour; storage,
tl per month. Satisfaction auarantee-.
4TO and Tylrr S
Separate, locked rooma. for household
goods and planoa; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND BTORAOR CO..
30 8. lth St. Douglas 41 0.
GORDON VAN CO. ,'
Packing, storage and mov
ing. 31 N. Uth St. Phone
Douglaa 34 o. Harney Tt7.
PACKING. SHIPPING Ativ
PIANO MOVING A 8FRUIALTT.
CENTRAL FURNITURE STORE,
OMAHA Truck, Van and Storage Co..
moving, packing, storage and shipping.
Phone Douglaa 1496.
FERRIN VAN & ST0RAGB
Packing, storage. IS Cap. Ave. Tyler 1800.
Phone Douglaa 2X8 for complete Hat of
vacant houses and apartments; also for
storage, moving lath and Jackson P's,
J C HERD Impress Co. HoTlng,
1307 Farnam St. Iouglas 14.
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PR'PTY
STOKE building. 22 x60, with vacant apace
In the rear. This la only 132 feet from
16th and Farnam Sts . and is desirable
in every way. It will be rented under
a lease and can be altered to suit ten
ant. THE RTRON REED COM PA NT,
Phone Doug. 297. 213 8o. 17th St.
RAND new up-to-date storeroom on
Capitol Ave., Just off Wth street, steam
heat, toilet and lavatory, light fixtures
In hardwood floors, plate glaas win
dows. To be ready April 1. Cackley
A GOOD opening for restaurant, bakery,
millinery, moving picture show. Apply
of Peter Mangold, Bennington. Neb.
STORK ROOMS at 1KUB-1811 Farnam t.r
rnos. r. Hall. 4s Ramge Bldg. D. 7408.
STORE, modern, low rent, near post
office. G P. Stehblns, 1610 Chicago.
-TORE) building, living rooma In rear. -00.
N. 201 h. Douglaa 1863.
Offtake and Dealc Rmsi.
SMALL office and apartment; low rent;
near postofflce. G. P. Stebblns.
WANTED TO RENT
I nfqrnlshed Hornsea and Flats.
WANTI'.D to rent, 4 to t-rootn house,
modem; well out preferred. Answer
Immediately. Address J 377. Bee.
WANT to lease garage and machine ahop,
with or without machinery and toole. In
some live town. Would buy small stock.
Give full particulars first letter. Ad
dresa 314, Bee.
GENTLEMAfT Wants room and board
with Christian family, where there are
no other roomers. Addresa 8 870. Bee.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
3913 WEBSTER ST.
An 8-room, modern home. In flrst
clasa condition, with 4 bedrooms, full
lot, handy to cathedral and paving all
paid. Will be vacant April 15; offered
for sale now for the first time; 31,0k)
cash will handle. Arrange with ua for
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas SS6A tl- City National.
2ul8 Indiana Ave., 6 good rooms, paved
street, paving paid for; house Is mod
ern except furnace and rents for $11.50
per month; nonresident owner has snld
. he would take $1,2W, but he might take
less. Make ua an offer.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
616 Omaha National Bank.
Very Little Cash
Five-room cottage with bath; large
lot; fine shrubbery and fruit treea.
Price $2,350. Located 4107 North 2Sth Bt
Norris & Norris,
400 Pee Bldg. Phone Douglaa 4270.
TWO ORCHARD HILL HOMES
For sale or rent, eight rooma, all
modern, beautiful lot and location. Re
liable party can buy on astonishingly
easy terms. Also a new, modern, beauti
fully completed bungalow of five rooma
This la something that would appeal to
the critical buyer who wants eome
thtng nice and is willing to pay for It.
816 Ramge Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
NEW HOME BARGAINS.
Brand new bungalow, 6 rooma and
bath, strictly modern; two front rooma
finished In oak, with oak flooring
throughout; furnaoa heat: cementeo
baaement; lighting fixtures, window
shades; nice lot; V block to car, 1 block
aouth of Miller park. Price for quick
sale, $2,Sf; $40 cash. $37.60 per month.
RASP BROS. Douglas ltit.
A BARGAIN IN A 6-ROOM HOME.
Located at 3825 N. 18th St. Strictly all
modern. Has regular 65-foot front lot
In a good locality. Price for quick
aale $2,260. Look It over today, or as
aoon as possible, aa It Is very seldom
you get a bargain like thla one.
HASTINGS HETDEN, 1614 Harney Bt
tOur New Phone Number Tyler 60.)
BARGAIN FOR COLORED PEOPLE.
$260 CASH-BALANCE RENT.
W e have a 6-room, strictly modern
bungalow, near 26lh and Blondo: paved
street and paving paid. Full lot and full
cement baaement. This place la nearly
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
6th Fl. Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg D. 17K1
KOUNTZE PARK BARGAIN.
Beautiful, almost new bungalow, oak
finish, five rooms and sunrooiu, good
location, large lot, newly decorated,
built-in bookcase buffet, fire place and
kitchen cabinet; hot water heat: every
thing in first clasa condition. Bee this
before you buy.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
6th Fl. Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 171.
A BNAP If taken at once. Six rooms and
bath: strictly modern home: corner lot.
6oxlu); garden apace; S blocks from car
line. If you are looking for a home at a
reasonable price it will pay you to look
thla up. Mrs. Anna Bender, 2104 Rugglea
St. Telephone Colfax 1HMI.
$200 CASH BALANCE $20 PER MOnTHT
6 rooms, modern except heat, near
27th and Cuming. This place has been
cut from $2.26 to $1,600. gee thla end
own a home.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
6th Fl. Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 17K1.
PUAIRJB PARK DISTRICT. 371J A me
Ave.; 4 bedrooms, bath and aleepiug
porch; full two-story, aouth front, beau
tiful shade and hedge; wide atreet; lot
40x110; t-uu rasa and $ monthly, in
cluding Interest. Key at my reaidence.
B. J. U-annell, 270S Fowler Ave. Phone
Colfax 3f.11 or Douglas 3H4.
Well equipped modern cottage, full ce
mented basement beautiful yard. Spe
cial Inducements for rash, aa owner is
leaving city. Tel. Webster H2.
$. cash-Balance li k iTrknt
6-room strictly modern cottage near
36th and Amu Ave. Lot 6vxl25. Half
block from car line.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY
St h Flour Omaha Nat Hk. Bldg. D. 17M.
BRICK house and lot. 1-16 Sherwood AveT!
$1,300. Wulch. Douglaa 347.
"V FORCED? OT
House, ( rooms, city water, gas. Mili
tary Road, t'llfton Hill: must be sold
to eettle estate; will take $l.fo on pay
mente. CEO Q, WALLACE. i Keeline Blrlg
SPE4 1 A t , P A RG ATS",
-room cottage, toilet, gas. water! lo
ft, lot. tl.SHt; terms, .'o cash or Ford
car for equity.
9. T. BOSTWIC.T.
fTEVROtM cottage, corner lot, Wxllt.
for iLOravon at rfi3 pratt Pt. W. H.
GahM. 4', Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D.
FIVK-RCKM. strictly modern bungalow
for aale by owner, 1433 Camden art., at
Here la one of the best hoitaea In
thla district located on an east front
lot on Sf.th avenue. Just a short dis
tance north of Wool worth. This la no
"built for sale'' proposition, but a first
class home, built and occupied bv the
present owner who Is leaving Omaha.
There la hot water heat, extra music
room and den on 1st floor and maid's
room and extra bath room on the
third floor. If there Is a better bar
gain In Omaha In a first class home
we have yet to hear of It.
Tyler Keeline Bldg.
FIELD CLUB HOME
Dandy C room house, all modern, paved
atreet close to car line and school,
beautiful yard and location, price only
13.OU0. Located on South 38th Ave.
C. G, CARLBERG,
312 Brandela Theater Bldg.
.Tnst listed one of the most beautiful ;
homes In the south part of town, that 1
can be bought at a great sacrifice, aale. i
Eight rooms, strictly modern, with hot i
water heat oak finish and onk floors
throughout; one block from St. Phllo- !
mena's church; 3 blocks from car; lot !
60xl2& feet; street paved; ten minutes ,
walk for railroad man or business man. ;
Mhist be seen to be appreciated.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Bth Fl. Omaha Nat. Bk. Blda. D. 1TM, '
HANSCOM PARK j
t rooms and den. large attic, full base-
ment, lot 4oxl00, all modern and In dandy ;
shape, located close to Park Ave. and
Poppleton. Price only 34.WO. Let us show ,
you thla fine place.
C. C GARLBERG, i
313 Brandels Theater Bldg.
MI ST BE SOLD Bungalow, full lot.
31.100 eay terms. Owner.
FOR BALK Real estate. Claus Matthles1
land of about 18 acres, H mile south
of Ruser'a Park, will be aold at public
auction at east door of the court house
In city of Omaha at 10 o'clock In th
forenoon, Mhrch 21, 1M6. Has good paa
ture, alfalfa, asparagus, small orchard
and good water; a 7-room brick house,
big barn and other Improvements; good
location; good neighborhood; H mile to
Center St. car line.
6-ROOM house, cemented cellar, good
well, cistern and all kinds of outbuild
ings, one-half . acre of ground: located
on boulevard. Price $1,600; will make
terms or will trade for acreage. Ad
drees J M. care Bee.
2214 8. 11TH 6-rooni, nearly new, strictly
modern house, lot 06x11; would divide.
Berks & MuhII. Douglas G.
$26.00 Eight-room, strictly modern, brick.
13"8 S. 2Kth. Hsrncy 177.
BARGAINS ON EASY
$2,260 Buys the 6-room modern house at
161 S. 2Xth St. .Good lot. paved
l street, 2 blocks rrom llanxcoiti
I Park and car line. ' Good neighbor-
I - V.n , fi2m, II .-.,....... ...
$3.600 Buys the D-room modern house at
2623 California St. Hot water heat.
Close In. This property originally
cost over $7,000. Can now be pur
chased at about H price. $Kno down
and balance at $30 per month.
$3,000 Buys the 7-room modern house at
4017 Hamilton Bt. House well built.
Good lot on car line. Easy terms.
BENSON A MYERS CO..
434 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
I OWN a ten-acre fruit and chicken farm
about one mile north of the West
Dodge street paved road; lies Just a
little west and south of Benson. 7-room
all modern home, brand new barn, brand
J new brick chicken house, cement floor,
line cave, new windmill, everytnin
absolutely complete. Purchnher can buy
my equity amounting to $7,00U; will take
good, well located city Income property
for full amount. Might carry small
mortgage. If not sold by April. 1 will
rent en shares. If Interested call Doug
laa SluS, or come to KB City National
8-R. OLD HOUSE
$1,300; $200 caah, balance monthly, on
paved atreet; good location; anap.
H. A. WOLF
614 Ware Block. Douglaa $068,
6-BOON BARGAIN NEVS. 6-ROOM, i
BTORY HOUSE, NEAR CAR. A BNAP
AT $3,400; REASONABLE PAYMENT
BENSON a CARMICIIAEL.
DOUGLAS 1722. 643 PAXTON BIX
FOR RELIABLE AND SAFE
FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE,
O' NEIL'S R. E. INH. AGENCY.
634 Brandels Theater Bldg. Tyler 1031
FOR BALK 7-room house In best resi
dence district In city. Owner leaving
city. Small payment down. Addresa K
ONE 3 acre, two 1 acre, three 10 acre
tracts; all No. 1; priced right; see me.
Douglaa 1610. 703 Keellns Rldg.
Turn old furniture, household goods and
clothing Into caah with a Bee Want Ad.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED
Xty ACRES, close to rar; easy terms.
Myrtle Ieuel. Colfsg 1US3, sfter 10 a. m.
TWO corner lots, 30lh and Hamilton Sis..
, "nrji, i "ji, it i. irrms
miiTmnrii 1717 on v: . i
CCMING. near 2dthBt, U or 44; must be
sold to close estate. Grliomel. 643
Omaha Nat I Bank Bldg. '
located between Omaha and South
Omaha, near Lane Cutoff, at $4,000; $600
caau, balance on terras, five yeara 6
per cent. Let us show you this because
It la a good buy.
Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. Doug ext.
N ICE LOTS $000.
60x130 each, ell In blue graas all
fenced, near 64ih and Pine, 2 blocks
TEBHESB. 606 Omaha Nat. Bank.
WILL BLlLa TO SCTt
Have li flrat choice lota tu Leaven
worth Heights Add.; eaey terms. Doug
2W1. Carl K. Bolen. 14 Pax ton Bldg.
FINE lota, Bancroft and th, walklngTiihZ
tance: only lif0; easy terms. Colfax 72.
LOT wlih fruit and sliade treessideT
walk. for ssle; cheap for caah. 4634
Marcy. Red 44.
$27u to $3f)5
' $r DfJWN: $i PER MONTH.
Located north and west in good dis
trict and close to car line.
Shuler & Cary,
louglss 4-31. JH Keeline Hldg.
good lots In WasiTiiigUin,
D. C. G. V. Mc-Beth. Newton. Kan
RICHARD EVfcltE'rV. A Hl'li ITk-OT, 106
No. IMh St. It'one ' Douglas I0141
tW BtfTSlot near car.DoTa!4T
Down Town Ixx'ntion
132xt:tl fert northeast corner of 17th
and Jnrkson Sts . with -' ft allcv on
the north, ("lose to retell lmlne. cen
ter. No other one-quarter of a block
so close in and available at so low a
price; suitable for a big central garage,
downtown hotel or apartment house.
See us for price and terms.
Goorgo & Company,
rNt. Hunk BUlit, Dour I r
Flat or Apartment Site
We have 1 ft.et south front on Cal4
fornla. between S.M and Nth.
This Is an exceptionally good location
or either flats or a small apartment
Price only H.OUO. Terms If desired.
A. P. Tukey & Son,
Phone Doug. JO!. 1S07- W. O. W. Rldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
START YOUR HOME IN BENSON!
BUT THIS LOT!
llO.OO down and im.ui per month; price
2o0.00: slse, MxlJs; located on Locust
H. between Clark and burnham; not
fir from school and car line. Geo. R.
Wright. Bee office. Omaha
On Dodge St.. between 4Mh and 4th
Sts , in the prettiest block attractive
home, exceptionally large living room,
with beam cc-tllng, fireplace. French
doors opening onto sun porch- wide
opening In illnlng room: finished In
quarter-sawed oak, with oak floors,
four nice bedrooms, with closets. , one
RiTiinKPd for sleeping porch and hath,
on second floor; oak finish, white
enamel. This place Is a snnp at the
price It can be bought for-4.'..M0.
D. V. SIIOLES CO.,
S!5-1 City National Bank Bldg.
The new S-twm bungalow, 30 N. WHh
St.. Dundee, will he open, 10 to & o'clo k
Sundxy. for visitors who desire to see
the new plan modern kitchen. Domestic
science teachers stid pupils especially
Invited. Several hundred saw It laat
W. L. SELBY SONS.
bl'NDKE bungalow of six rooms sna
sleeping porch: almost new; lint wster
heat; occupied by owner; lot &UX1S.K
Phone Walnut 3OTi
SIX houses and farm to exchange Neb.
farm. Toland ft Trumbull, Bee Hldg.
CAN sell or exchange anything you have
to offer. C, J. Canan. McCagua Rldg.
TRADES TRADES. THAOfiS
Farms and Omaha property for ex
change. J. A. ABBOTT. Patterson Blk Omaha.
REAL ESTATE-BUS- PROPTY
5 FEET, 16th St., 3 blks. from viaduct
$6,600. McCague Inv. Co.. McCague Bldg.
WANTED To Buy on mmtnly payments,
email attire room, wltn living rooma
boveln Central achool district Phone
WK have a customer for a Dundee lot:
willing to pay cash; owners only wanted
THOMAS U M'OARRY,
Keeline Bldg. Red 4344.
,iur. i us nannie your vacant property:
we can either rent It or sell for you.
t ail Douglas S3P!.
Rea Estate, Soana, Mwrtsjn ares.
OMAHA REAL ESTATE.
j PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
' Omaha National .Bank Building-.
WB are ready at all times to
niake loans on first-class city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th St.
6 TO 6 for loans on best class city
residences in amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRI'HT CO.. 1622 Farnam St.
W. T. OKA HAM.
MONEY to loan on unproved farina and'
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KKKKH REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha Nat. Phone Douglas 271S.
.MONEY TO LOAN, ror 6 yeara,
- on Improved propertlea.
SHOPKN A CO.. Doug. 4346.
M O N K Y on hand for cltv and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
(JARV1N BROS 846 Omaha
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F, D. Wead.
Wead Bldir.. IKth and Farnam Sta.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. II. Thomas. 22S State Bank Bldg.
CITY LOANS. C. O. Carrberg. Slit.
12 Brandeis Theater bldg.
CITY and farm loans, 6. $H. 6 per cent.
J. H. Dumont A Co.. 416 Keeline B dg.
Kt MONEY. HARRISON ft MORTON.
" tr, Omaha NtL Rank Hlrt-
llwki mad Iteails
SAFETY and 7f
Bulldera' Profits and Mortgage Security.
Our No. B "New Way" tells all about
It. Ask for It.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.,
8. W. Cor. 17th er Douglas Sts.. Omaha
HAVE two II. Ooo mortgages diuwii.g $
per cent Intercut; secured on Tennessee
land; due in i and 4 yeara: will trade
lor good automobile, or what have you.
$6000 FARM mortgage liearlng t, se
cured ky property valued at $13,000. Tal
mage Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. VV. Bldg
Abitrmu of Tltlr.
GuaraiiteeAl',tr-c Ca- wf CILn brl,l
down vour abstract on
short notice. R. 7. Patterson Bldg. D. 2947.
IvKRR TUl Onrantee nd Almtraul
'"o., a modern ahetract offue.
306 8. 17th Pt. Tel. D. M7.
REED ABSTRACT Co.. oldest abstract
office In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Thea.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
VO ACRES", 6 miles from 'Tlanvllle;" $
acres in cultivation, all fenctxi. 1 acre
of orchard: 3 wells: 3-room house and
barn: V mile to school and church. It
F. D. mail dally. Price only $l,Mio';
good terms. Write Yell County Land
Co., Danville, Ark.
WHEN the renting problem la under con
stderatlon either from the standpoint
of the tenant or landlord the Real Ba
tata and Want Ad Guide te all of
Greater Omaha The Bee is the beet
medium for sure end satisfactory re
fo ACRES. 12 inllea from Council Bluffs!
Good lml.ee, lrn, chicken bouse, run
ning miring, well, fenced, alfalfa. A
good farm at low irl e for iiuiucdlatr
sale. $1,6)10 cash balance easy terms.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
Douglaa 2SI0. 1ty Nat' I Bunk Bldg.
OWNER MUST HEM,
Fine 40 acres of Iowa land, 2V, miles
from Neola; $100 per acre, worth II.
Address A. I.. Ruin Council Bluffs, J.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
4 ACRF8, 4N tnlb-s from NTinneatHli,
near two bochI rallr,al towns: one-
hslf ender cultivation, balance u-s for
pasture ana nay. tan practically all
be rutlvatod good soil, good set of
buildings; this Innd will produce aa
bushels of corn per acre; country l
thlctly settled; complete set of ma
chinery; 27 head of stock, consisting
t 11 co a a, balance I and 2 - year-olds;
good horses, IS h'oga, chickens and
everything on the farm oes t tt per
acre. One-half cash. Immediate pos
scilon can be had. FCHWAW BROS.
I0?a Plymouth Bhia . Minneapolis. Minn.
DENT COVNTY. MISSOURI.
0 acres. S4. miles to Salem, -r house,
good barn, 40 acres In cultivation, all
fenced, hog tight, 80 acres rood timber,
pood farm land when cleared. Possession
given this spring If sold this month
Pi Ice 13.160. mortgage. ll.OOft. S per cent,
t have others All sisea. Call or write.
W. R, FRANK,
101 Neville Block.
GKKAT HAKUAIN'S 1 down. e inonthir.
Iniys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri.
Price only l7h. Address llox Kx
oelwior Springs, Mo.
DON'T forirrt to visit Ar.h I. Uunnr
ford at Crawford mhlle you are up In
northwest Nebraska If you are going
to afcend the land drawing at Alliance.
Remember, Crawford 1 only M miles
farther on to the north and, don't for
get, the farther north you go the bet
ter the soil until you have passed Craw
ford a few miles, then the soil, perhaps,
is not o good. However, you will not
make k mistake by xlMtlnx lluimrrford
at Crawford you have lead his adver
tising for the lest several years and you
st Jcsstowe hlni a visit.
NKHIlA.sk A R A Nt'H F ill SALE,
t.KVl acres, M) per cent tillable, balance
well grassed, hut broken: well, wind
mill end tank; partly fenced. Price, $11
per sere. located In a well settled
terming and stock-raising neighborhood.
. where prices are advancing. Write for
J. H. IH'MOXT CO..
I 416-14 Keeline Bldg. Phone Doug. fift.
'FOR BALK Well fin proved, level Ssec-
Hon: 76 a. pasture: 4 a. meadow; bal
ance cultivated: running water; excel
lent for general farming and stock
raising; no agents. J C. Struck. 1m
Idaho St., Columbus, Neh
FOR SALE Best large bony high grade
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley. 'Vol.
bach. Neb. o
FIRST CLASS 160-acre farm; 25 miles
Oinsha; $12& per. Retyea A Glfford, 316
Ramge Bldg. , Om ah a, N e b.
IiiO MILLION reel of the finest timber
In Oregon. This Is a well-located tract
of vellow fir. Must be aold at once. Ad
dress Owner. 616 McKay Bldg.. Port
VPPER WISCONSIN Real " dairy sn l
general crop atate In the union; settlers
wanted: lands for sale at low prices on
easy term. Aak for booklet 84 on Wis
consin Central Land Grant. Excellent
lands for stock raising. If Interested In
fruit lanis ask for booklet on apple
orchards. Address l,and and Induatrlal
Dept.. Boo Ine Railway. Minneapolis.
HAVE YOtrA FARM Poft BALKf
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City, la., Jour
nal, "lowa'a Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening. Saturday morning and
every Saturday evening and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelve
different days for $2; or 60 words, $1. or
75 words, $.
Large.it circulation of any Iowa news
paper; 360,000 readers dally In four great
Liini 7UUI l'l up r. . j ... Ill O.
n . . -... u , ftim
BKE'n Rig House, Home and Real
Folate Guide. Buyers real ea
lute are exsctlng usually. Vslue
must be there, and apparent -Tlce
should be an Inducement, but
make the information definite
and you will get responses from
Demons really Interested In vour
otter, It you run it to THE REE.
FARMS, acreage anj city properly for
sale and exchange. C. R. Combs, 30$
Hrsndels Theater Hldg. Ooug. 3H16.
NOTIC10 TO FARMERS
When in need of help of any kind,
write, telephone or call on ua
CUNNINGHAM LABOR AGENCY.
Ill B.JHth St. Omaha, Neb.
Farm land ads placed In these col
umns reach the kind of people all
over the west who have amnio funds
with which to invest in lands.
Quality and quantity are both found
In THE BEE'B country circulation.
The subscription rate for The Hoe Is
much higher than nny other Omaha
newspaper. Naturally The Bee la read
by class of well-to-do farmers.
-Send In your ad and reecn some rral
FARM LAND FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Good iuO-acre farm, miles
north of Bloom field, Neb. Address Mrs.
K. C. Baled. 6012 Cass Bt., Omaha, or
phone Walnut 2517.
FARM LAND WANTED
HAVE cash hu yers for Iowa or eastern
Nebraska Improved farms.
W. K. CRAIG. 1317 City Nat. Tyler $12.
MUST SELL HARNESS.
$2,700 worth of double harness tu close
out at a discount of one-third from reg
ular price; $l,0u0 worth of single har
ness to close out at one-half regular
price. Harness shipped subject to In
spection. If not satisfied, money will
JOHNSON-DA NFORTII CO..
128-31-33 N. 16th St . Near Clark Bt.
NOTICE TO A I'Aaii AND QUICK
13 head of young mares, 14 In foal, all
well matched," agea from 6 to 3; last of
the estate. All my good young brood
mares, also 6 fresh rntlch cows and I
bead of mules; no reasonable offer re
fused. Call 114 H. 24th St. Itdy owner.
1 I.' m ... u u r
HARNESS. SADDLES AND TRUNKS.
We (make them ourselves and sell
them aired to the consumer. Why pay
two proflta for Inferior goods when you
can get high grade goods at first cos tT
ALFRED CORNISH CO..
1210 Farnam St.. Omaha.
ONE big r.GOO-pourid good work horse
413 N. 13th BU
HAY.60 tost. A. W. Wagner. sOl " NTk
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
iaoNEY In chickens: tits f!ui Johnson's
free catalogue, Poury Know-How.
about the pay-for-llaelf old Trusty In
cubator. M. M. Johnson Co., Clay Cen-
irr, i, r w.
f Jl ST RECEIVED: Chinese nighlliigalea.
lieautiful plumage, good singers; tu 00,
mil neisier mra t o.. inu r arnsm St.
THOROUGH BHKD White RFaettlnT
eggs. Owen strain. Buuth 4o27.
OKI'INGToN eggs, white and buff; also
white pi-kln duck eggs, $1. Mouth 2bM.
FOR SALE 12 do. choice RlKdeTs"iand
Itcd hens. Call 3106 Co. Bluffs.
B C.Bl"'FF ORPINGTON hatching egxa
ColfHX 2M Mih and Grand
t'KOIGKKKD male Scotch collie for sale
vm N. 27th. - '
tncrTgraln 1-. Wagner, seiaf ll
W"HitEKOt'si gga. TeTTS." kl7.
MOTORCYCLES AKD BICYCLES
! Hurgsin In used machines. Victor Rooe,
I "Tin Motorcycle Man," 2.03 Leavenworth
The Best Bargain
In Usetl Cars
One Overland Touring Car, In good
Ton slightly used Tl Maxwell, rea
sonable. One lll Chalmers Roadster, good
shape; price right.
One ml studehakar. flrst-flsss shape,
(me IIS Velle A-l condition,
one 1!1I International.
Three Ford Touring CHrs, all In A-l
ltie Iftir 3-cyllnder Maxwell Roadster.
We need the floor space and these
rare will be sold within the next few
dsvs. No ressonahle offer refused.
C. W. FRANCIS Al'TO CO.
tt'l Famsm St. Douglas Sf3.
Enger "," praotically nsw.
3 1DK Maxwell louring car, slightly
us'(. at a bargain.
Wa Ford. Bclf-atarler, slip covers food
s new hsrgaln.
1114 Ford touring, good shape.
C. V. FRANCI.4 AUTO CO
L'Jlti Karnatii Douglas ST.t.
1M6 DODGE tounm 3M
1116 Monitor touring, brand new $fi.i
Kissel Kar speedster, 'tint, a bargain.
114 Fbrd delivery enclosed body MMI
Overlund tour'ng, eioctrlc equipped. .1'iii
191H CmllllH.i louring, perfect $iv
Auto Clearing House, MM Fat nam. l 3i'J0
THE At TO SlYoV- -Service First." Intl-S
Jackeon. Tyler MS. Auto retiring and
gen. Msrsamtlhlng, niito springs made
and repaired. HIUilKST VARIETY OK
FOR I t -A H S I NTH K CITY.
T il!KAI. . Ait llA tYwAl.NS,
Roth In excellent tnndlilon. can buy
at a p. Ice that will surprise you.
NKHHAFKA llt.lOK Al'TO CO
1414 Fnmnm. Vbone Dotislss 7SI.
FOR SALE 1AI6 Ford HnadsterT'good as
new. Five-passenger Oakland, Just been
overhauled. In good condition. 24IJ Far
nanv Douglas 2406.
01 MoiKl. Mollne touring car. In goo9
condition; all new Hies, one extra tire:
or would trade for good 'roadster. Pax
ton tiara ge. ails Farna m street.
IHl.i I'OKI" roadster, excellent tunnllig
order, res son hie. Firestone Tire and
Rubber Co.. V Farnam
ftm light" five-assenger car. equity
In a country store building. Harney ;W7,
WHERE rait I get a good" used car?
Industrial Garage Co.. 20th and Har
il"3 "HUPMohlLW, first clasi condition.
$400. Phone Walnut lki.'. Residence,
1.113 N. 35th.
Allll Rrsslrlng s4 rslstlng,
NEb. Auto Radiator RepiaTr e'en-lee, "nd
prices right, tin S. lDtn Bt. I, Tit).
JHi reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls renslred. Bsvsdorfer. f10 N. Ith.
JohTKir Ftp H v a uto repsii inS,lI5'7TTti;
St. TylerJWT, h'KntjJtefl 7!H.
Pmana Rsdlator Rep. Co. 2"2 Far. p.looij
Anto Tlrea and Sappllea.
REHI'ILT $2.00 TO $." 00.
PITT) TIRE CO., 1611 Chicago Bt.
Kl e r IjSjAji t e ea 0 bl tee,
Walter Anderson, exp'f rep"g electric ' A
batteries. Storage. 22.10 Farnam. D. 4317.
Fire'. Theft, Liability and lToperty
Damage at Lowest Rates,
KILLT. ELLIS THOMPSON.
13-H City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2611.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Wholesale rleee far Predate
hargred by Omaha Dealers.
BUTTER No. 1 creamery, In cartons,
or tubs. Sue; No. I, SSc.
POULTRY Hens, 14c; roosters, ityfl;
young roosters. 11014c: ducks, lWl
geese, 12ku; turkeys, 17djl$c per pound.
CHEESiC Imported Swiss, 44c; domea
tto, 34c; block, 28c; twins, lHVic; daisies,
IVftc; triplets. llSo; young America, tlo;
blue label brick, Ixfj lltnburger, S2u; Im
ported French ltoguefort, 6D0.
OT8TKRS ChesK:.e, per gal.t Stand
ards. $1.26; selects, $1.60. Northern, per
gal.: Standards, $1.46; selects. $1.60;
counts. 31 i: Blue Points. $1.26 ur 100.
FISH Fresh, per Ib.i Catfish. ITc; hal-
but. 16o; salmon, 17Stc; red snapper, 14o;
i blai'k hues, li. aloe, cripples, 12t1Hc.
1 t ...... -.. 1 . 11. ih..ii
IIUUIIUKItt, 111', 1 1,lTII, . ,t,l.b.
11c: herrlne. 64o: trout. 13c: white.
loc: salmon, lrtliu; pickerel, 7≻ pike,
Siloc. Smoked, par lh.: White, Ho. Kip-
pereu, per tu. : salmon, J10; r innan naa
dies, 13c; roe shad, $00 each; shad roe,
40o per pair.
BEEF No. 1 ribs, SOo; No. 3 ribs,
10So: No. 3 ribs. 17o. No. 1 chucks, llHo;
No. 2 chucks, UHo: No. 3 chucks. 11c. No.
1 loins, 3bc; No. 3 loins, 23S: No. 3 loins,
IHV10. No. 1 rounds, 16V4c; No. $ rounds,
16c; No. 3 rounds, 1440. No. 1 plates, loc;
No. 3 plates, c; No. $ plates, Hj.
Fruit and vegetable Prices furnished by
FKIUTS Or an sea: Sunklst, 64s, $1.60
box; Hie, $2 71 box; 36s, $3 bog; 126s, $3 36
box; Iftoa, $3.60 4ox; 176a, XWts. 3U4s, $3.76
box; 300s, $las, m, $4 box. Lemons) Gol
den Bowl, us, ttios, $6 bos: Bllver Cord,
$4 60 tmx. Grapefruit: 36a, $3.74 box; 46s,
$3 box; 64s, $3.60 box; (4a. 0e. $4 box. Ba
nanas: Medium slse, $1.601.76 bunch)
medium sixes jumbos. $3.0o4-36 bunohl
regular slae Jumboa, $16ob4.76 bunch; ex
tra large Junrbos, 3 0onf3.2 bunoh; mam
moth Jumboa, $3.$0at.76 bunoh, Cranber
ries, $13 4arrel, Dates: Dromedary, $1.7$
crate; stuffed, $1.76 box; Fard, 12c lb. Figs:
New, 8oc box. Apples: Ben Davis Recti
tels, In barrels. $4 barrel; Ben Davis,
other varieties In barrels, $3.60 barrel;
Shield Brand Wine Baps, $4 60 barrel;
Idaho Ben Davis, In boxes, $160 box;
Rome Beauty. $1.76 box; W. W. Peer
malnes, $1.7$ box; extra fancy Wine Baps,
$3 box; Iowa State Greenings, $1.60 box;
Arkansas Blacks, $2.60 box. Strawberries;
34-ntht cases, $3 76 case.
VEGETABLES Onions: Red. yellow. 3c
pound; Spanish, $3.3. erate; white, $3.60
crate. Ijettuce: $1 dosen. Brussel sprouts,
2ms pound. Cabbage. I"c pound; new, 3e
pound. Rhuherb: $3.60 box. Cauliflower,
$3 crMte. Peppers, too basket. New beets,
carrola, turnips, parsley, toe doisn, Old
bens, carrots, turnips, parsnips, 'bagoes,
Ic pound. Potatoes: Minnesota whits, II la
bushel, Colorado white $130 bushel; Min
nesota Red River Ohloa, $1.40 bushel.
Bweet Potatoes: Delawarea. $1.7t hamper;
California. $1.75 hamper. Celery: tfc-dosen
crates, $14.1$ crate; t-dnsen crates, $3 711
crate; s-dosen crate, $2.60 crate. Onion
Beta: Yellow, $2 60 bushel- red, $3 crate,
pound; IDmomfwyp shrdl yppyppypypy
MlMtELI-aNEOUtt-Honey: Comb, $3.78
crate; Airline, $1 Mi raae. Popcorn: No. 1
rice, 4c pound; 40 1-pound packages, $2.M
NUTrV-Pesntits: No. 1 raw, (Ho pound;
No. 1 roasted, sc pound; Jumbo raw, sVfcc
pound: Jumbo, roasted, Hc pound. Pa
rana: lt'c pound: Jumbo, 17Ha pound.
Ptlherts; K pound. Wld nuts: Uc
t ef lee Market.
NEW YORK. March 30.-OOFFEE-Denlals
that the Hrnslllan government
hud seised Interned Oertnan ships failed
to create any Important demand m the
market for coffee futures here today, al
though reports of such action had been
considered responsible for a sharp break
in prices last week. The market opened
at a decline of 6 to II points under scat
tering liquidation" and some trade selling
which seemed to be Inspired by the Isrge
clearances reported from Santos for this
country and reports that tirssll was of
fering a little more freely. Prices were
steadied at the decline to 7 Wo for May
and t.OT for September, however, and May
later .sold up to 7.t4c and Beptemlier to
3.10c on covering. The close wss 1 to I
points net lower. Kales were 13,600 bags.
March. 7.R4c: April. 7.sc: May. 7 Mo;
June, 7.37c: July, S.ouc; August, .04c; Sep
tember. 3 00c: October, .13c; November,
17c: rtecemlwr, 3.31c; January, $.2fic:
Fehriiury, i.a'. Spot coffee, quiet; Rio
7h. tec; ftantos 4s. War. It was reported
that Hantoe 4a ware offered at 10 3-n to
hl4c In the cost and freight market The
offtclnl csbles showed that Rio was 75
rels lower than the last report which
roveied Thursday's market, while Kanto
kh not iiuoted.
LIVERPOOL. March 20 COTTON
Hp-,t. steady: good middling. $d; mid
dling. I.M.' lo middling, 7 iU. tialss.
NEW YORK JjTOCK MARKET
Sharc$ Under Stay Pre$$ure with
Setere Loitea in War
PEACE RUMORS THE CAUSE
NEW YORE. Msroh 10. Storks were
under stesdy pressure today, with se
vere losses in war Issues, which yielded
1 to 7 points, mainly In crmeeuuenoe of
persistent pence nimors. Although these
reports lacked even circumstantial detail,
they were accepted with much serious
ness In speculative circles and the short
Interest was Increasingly active.
Reversal was accelerated in no small
measure by the heaviness of United
States steel, which was under restraint
from the outset on a verv Urge over
turn. Selling of steel which seemed to
emanate from substantial quarters had
Its basis partly on the theory thst the
present high level rf prices for fabri
cated steel and Iron must Inevitably re
sult In a curtailment of demand.
Even the brilliant statement of the
Hethlehem Steel corporation for Ifio.
showing earnings of 113 per cent appli
cable to the common stock, failed to hold
the Industrial and equipment laaiiea.
Bethlehem on a very small output reg
istered a loss of 14 at $30.
loweet ptkea were made In the vary
active final hour when support of the spe
cial group wss almost wholly lacking.
United Slates steel was offered In round
amounts down to 4. anes of r points
and closed at Its minimum. Other weak
ehsrea Included CrucHle ateel. Westlna
houae, American and Baldwin lofomo
tlve. American can, Mexican Petroleum
and some of the metals.
In the main, rails gave a food aooount
of themselves, loesea In that group being
confined to fractions, except in Reading,
Canadian Pact fie, Norfolk and Western
nnd . Allied shares, where recessions
ranged from I to points.
Tolsl sales of stocks amounted to a36,W
During the early part of the session
there wss some buying of the Intems
tlnnal list for Ijondon account, the Pa
cifies and Erlea. aa well as coppers being
in special demand. Americans were firmer
abroad, but Inactive.
Heaviness ruled in the bond market,
the only noteworthy exception being Anglo-French
6a, which were fractionally
higher Total galea of bonds par value
United States bonds wsre unchanged on
Number of sales and leading quotations
on st H-ks today were:
t .. sales. Hlfh. tmw. Clou.
Alanka net II. 10 rtt giUj Ss
Alll-1ilnte 4.1ns HI v, jo
Americas IWhK tntmt 4. tll 7l 7I4
Asierirss s H art m tt If,
Amstii-M lvnmotle ... gaum a u, tV '
Anerlesn . H 14 too Kn ISfe
Am. g. a R. pfit.,, , Ills-
Am. Huesr Kenning SM III lisu
American Tsl. a Tsl 1.4 n linJ lZ
Amerlrsn Tnhscro i )a 16
Asanonds Veep U.V r, M M
A(.t.nn ft M IQStl Kxu
tlshtwln IHsinMlea ..... S H 11141 ISku )Cu
lisltlmnm A Ohio l.fctt s UV 4V
Hethlehem Steel g
HHH4l!- ttssid T...., . st
tlllfm-l Pelrolsual .... 1 ! 14- ta II
fi-naaisn furtfio t.400 lu 14 144
ntrl iMIher t.liw U- im n,u
fhe-vp..!,. S 04lo n M n
4'klessn O. W M 14V4 lu ilu
tl-V(r, M. at, ,,,, 1 000 ' ei
chieago a h. w mo ins lit irt
rtilosgo, M. I. a P. Rt.. 4iw l'H ITt IT-
t'Mno iVpner M M4 uZ
Vlr-4i r) a Irea.... t oi 4U t tts.
rmctKi. g 4 sn.TW) tr M, Z
twir H. rt. nf4 . itkZ
Iimiu' Atttirltles M.4M 4H 4tH T
nenersl TOeetHe il.snt 1M4 kjh
tlrest Nnrthsn ir4 to ISK4 ;n
Orest Northern tr mttt . te 47 4K4 s 1
nssnheim Kiplnratloa.. 304 tl K)' tuts
Illinois iVntral 104
Inter nag rv . Cers.. 1 174t 17 17
Instrtnitlftn Oeeper lt,i 4T4 "H
Intsnwiionai Hamster,. InnaT
kan-M cut koulhers., r 3414 etu n
lavish Vallsr 71 T 74H
I tularin A Kaahrllls MiZ
MMlflsn Pstreleu- , 41,rx jiit 1S7 Ittv
Miami oeeeer loot ft.' $ H
MlMHMirl, g, T. pt o
MtMKHirt faMfle ii
Natlnnsl VMeult ,,. t.onft imv4 1st 1S4V
National 1m 4 , t.M i 47 tt
Nevada rtar ,.. .e 11s n4
New Ynrk Omiral...,',!.-, an jor.vl imu imi
N. T., N. H H a u saw m
Nnrfnlg A Weeisra 4, 1M u ?.ie
Nonliara Paciria To 1U4 1114
racirin M-ll ajt N!t 4
l'silfl Tsl. Tel ,T , . t
Pennacrlvanls t,)i nH U4X
Pullman r-alaes Oar Sn jsiv, jm m
fiar ran. Cseser I MI h4 tS "S
Keating tt.noa tI vl
Refsnils I roe a gtavl.... i nil nt M
eVinihern l.eiri t.ono eS mi ai
Somkeni Rsllway mo ttH t'1 tt1
Studakaker fempanr .... ll.aoe) in 1414, inv
TaaaeasM Oeser 14 tT, M a
Taaaa ranwaar l.nn 1(4) im 144
t'nhm Paaiflo t.tno U4 twu uwl
t'nlen reeifta j l li'a
t'nlted UMM msel m.rnn tSH 44 114
tl. B. meat ...'.., 4m jT W l4
t'tah rVMBr ,., t.tnit ;, nu
Waatera tmtes l.snn .i s,, nei,
Weaiinihause Blentrle ... It.m tH Si4 Mu
Oenaral Moton 4M
W-eaah B yt ni m ft rv,
International Martae sM. It.ano 7J tl(4 7t
Knneon4t Caepar . .. t? ttva 44 nS
Total salas tor the say. tsi.to akaraa.
New York Money Market.
NEW TORK, March 30 -MERC A N
TILM PAPER. 3J$Ho.
STERLINO Sixty-day bills. $4.7JV; de
mand, $47: cablea, $4.77 1-U.
RAR SILVER 674fco.
MEXICAN DOLI.Rd 47ttn.
RONDS Government, steady: railroad
TIMB LOANS Market firm; stxty days,
t43 per oent; ninety days and six
months, 3'fW4 per cent.
CALL MONfcy-Market firm: Blsh. t
per cent; low. 1 per cent; rullnf rate i
per rent: last loan, I per cent; closing
bid. 3 per cent: offered at I per cent
Closing quotations on bonds today were
U. . rf at, rag... tU $t. ant. 4s ... S4
So mio MH'kt. K. A T. let 4a tl
V. S. ta. rag WVi pe ma!." isw'
4a oouaoa letMost. kweae Is 91
U. I. 4s, rag Ill N. T. C. dan. 4a....ll4U
eoeena 1111414. . Cltr 4Hs ' IOT14
km. -liare a...,noHN, T It. T li
. T. T. a. e. ta ...V...7... .iig
Ansle-rranek la .... MSN, l-oiflo 4s.. . iiu
Atchlaoa M, 4s ... SOU So St ........ S
Hal a Ohte 4s i HO. g. I. rat. 4a.. ' H-
BMk. IHael r. 4S....II17 PajS. T. 1 T 4e . MOV
Caa. Paaltle let "HWas. eon. 47.' vil
thea. a O. ov. tS 4 sae. 4t4e" . iJasS
C. B. a Q. J. 4s .... tMnttaadlag saa. 4a. J2
c. m a 1. fr. s u.vnst. l. a r r r iisiJ
0. a. I. P. r. 4s. 47 tVi y,e. cr. ss.:....!!.
C. A S ret. 4Ha.... H 4a rf. m..
ft a R. O 4. 4a..,. trseVk Mallear ta loi?
Kris sn. 4a. nHllslea Parlfle 4s.... T
0n. Wleetrta aa t44 to M. a Hi
01. N 1st 4tis ,.. mtr. . Bather e....)rii
III. can. rt. 4a to t'. a. Siral a, im?
Inl. kl M. 4Wa ft4Waa, t'ataa 414s...
K. a go. ret. (a.... MWest. Bias. ev. aa. U4
OMaka Ray Market.
OMAHA, March to PRAIRJw'hAT
Choice upland. $.003.S0; No. 1, $8.t0r)00
No. $. $g.Ofiit.0O: No. 3, $4.ava.10; choice
midland. $4A0(a00; No. 1. $0iQti.t0' No
I, UQtW. No. $. t4.OOtrV4t.nt); choice
lowland, $7.00r7.o- No. 1. $i.00ifi'r,00; ; No.
3, $.&'.00: No. i $.V0U4j6.00.
STRAW Choice wheat Is quotable at
$6 0; choice oat or rye. In omfj 4.61
ALFALFA Choice. $11 Oum IK. St); ,-,. I
tll.OOill 00; No. 1, practically unsalsbls.
but quotable at. $.0ur7.tf; No. a, unsal
NEW TORK. March 3P. M ETA LS Ex
change quotes lead at $7.76 bid. Speller
not quoted. Copper market steady; elec
trolytic, near by, $33 O0flg.HO; June snd
later. $27.0047117.50. Iron market firm: No.
1 northern. $J.aDifi-20.7; No. 1. $l.7W?3n 2T:
No, 1 southern, $ao.0n30.50; No. 1. $19 75
li.2.' Tin market quiet; spot offered at
At London: Spot copper, 100; futures.
fH4 10s; electrolytic, Spot tin. 111
1'is: futures, 1)11 s lead, Xt 7s (d;.
Evaserated Apples and Dried frwite
NEW TOR If, March 20.EVAPORATED
APPLE Dull and easy; fancy, T't'&eW.e;
choice, BTtfrsHe; prime, i'a'ijf.Se.
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, oulet; CsM
fomls. 4riHc; Oregon, VW9r. Apri
cots, steady; choice, i,O10o; extra rhol e.
'.0',illc; fancy, llflilc. Peachee, stesdy:
choice. $Vo; extra choice, fancy. 4 .
Raisins, dull; loose muscatels, 841 'C;
tholceto fancy, seeded, ViTc; seedless.
Lo-dea trk Market.
LONDON. Msroh 3. American securi
ties en the stock market were neglected
and finished dull snd eaey. ,
SILVER Rar. $74ad per ounce. 7
MONEY 4H4 per rent
DISCOUNT RATEtf-tthort bills snd
three months, $' par cent.
OMAHA. March 31-fU-k ,-lrlnv
for Omaha today were ot i, 7ia a,
for the currespondln. djj t c3t l-.l.67.36.