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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER P. 1016.
16,00 1108 R. 2811. Hi.. 4 room, aub-bttae-mant,
gas and water,
lU.OO 271: Shirley St.. 5 rooms, water
and gas: good for the money.
tIO.00 1734-86 8. 27th St., St. Louti flat;
your choir of lit floor or upstairs apt.,
modern: reasonahln rent; close to car.
186.00 Heated 1712 Burt St., 2d floor
apartment, a room and bath; modern.
140.00 2103 Lothrop St.. 8 rooma, mod.,
hot water heat; iun porch and aloeptnn
porch; good neighborhood and good
D V 8HOLKS CO .
11 Ctty Nat. Bank Bid. Doug. 41.
FOR RENT Ap'ts and Flats
MEW "IDALIA" APARTMENTS.
UK-IT N. 33D ST.
In Omaha's choice and select residence
district; consisting of:
4R. apartment with built-in bed and
mall dressing room which has built-in
chiffonier, making practically a 6 -room
tt-R. apartment with built-in bed, small
dressing room which has built-in chif
fonier, sun parlor with tils floor, built-in
bookcases, making practically a 6 -room
All apartments finished in white
enamel and oak, beautifully decorated,
exclusive lighting fixtures; gas range
with oven above, refrigerator iced from
outside; large light kitchens; el. light
fixtures with extra sockets for electrical
appliances; and lamps; Murphy-tn-a-door
beds; wall safes, vacuum system; (run
dryer In laundry; French doors in living
rooms: double curtain rods. Absolutely
up-to-date and complete In every respect.
Call us for nnnnlntmtint. or Innitor will
show you throutfh.
Omaha s Largest Rental Agency.
HASTINGS ft HETDEN,
'1614 Harney. Tyler 50.
Located at 83d and California, very
beautiful and up-to-date. In a good loca
tion; on Harney ear line. One 3 -room
Apt, consisting of living room with built
in bed, dining room with built-in bed, and
small dressing room, which has built-in
chiffonier, kitchen and bath. '
One 4-r, Apt., constating of living room,
dining- room with built-in bed, small
dressing room and built-in chiffonier, bed
room, kitchen and bath. Very choice and
Open today. Janitor will show you
Omaha's Largest Rental Agency.
HA8TINQ8 ft HEYDEN, 1814 Harney Bt.
FOR RENT Dundee five-room apartment,
W. L. SELBT ft SONS. '
Located at 2117 Sherman Ave: heat,
water and Janitor service; large rooma; all
in gqod shape; only 32.60 winter, 826.0.
summer. P hone Douglas 4810.
RENT CUT TO $16.
1110 N. 2 2d., 4-r. flat, steel range, gas
plate, kitchen cabinet; water paid, $16.
RASP BROS. Douglas 1653.
ROOMS. NEW BRICK FLAT,
1107 N. 23d; first-class condition; all
modern; 20 month. Phone Doug. 4810.
MOST modern, up-to-date brick flat in city.
not water neat, iz uaaa su u.
ROOM, almost new, modern flat, 2713
Jackson St. Telephone Walnut 3084 or
SIX large rooms, inside flat, in brick bulld
ing, 1621 8. 10th, over grocery; $13; bath.
1 4-RM. Apt. In Sterling; no car tars.
Trust Company. D. 1161.-
$26.00231 8. 30th St., 6-r., flat, all modern.
' $7.60 HIT Clark St., l-r. flat.
136.00 818 N, 16th St., l-r. flat.
$27.60 363$ Davenport St.. 8-r., all mod.
$36.00 62$ & 36th St.. fi-r.. all modern
H. JL WOLF, . .
514 Ware Block. Douglas 8068.
MOST modern up-to-date brick flat in city:
hot water beat; walking distance. D. 061.
ROOM flat for rent, $26 per month; close
In. Phone Doug. 162.
FOR RENT Bminen Pr'p'ty
RESTAURANT, 107 8. 16th; steam halt.
Hull, 24th and Parker, on year's lease.
607 South 13th St. rood brick, 930.
JOHN N. FRENZBR, DOUGLAS 664.
TWO modern stores near postofflce. Low
rent. O. P. Stebblna, 1610 Chicago.
Offices and Desk Room.
DESIRABLE studio location In We ad Bldg.,
mh and Famam, and in Baldrlge Bldg.,
20th and Farnam; rental reasonable.
F. D. WE AD, Wead Bldg.
DESIRABLE office rooms In the remodeled
Crounae block, 119 N. 16th St. (opposite
postoixlce), ill) to lb per month. Conrad
Young. 322 Brandels Theater. Doug. 1671.
CHOICE office space. Baird Bldg.. 17th and
Douglas. McCague In v. Co.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
WE want more bouses and apart menu to
rant. The fact that we have practically
cleaned out our big list Is conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental service. If
you want to keep your places rented see
Payne ft Slater Co.. "Omaha's Rental
Men." 616 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.. Doug. 1016.
WB HAVE customer for a 6 or 6 rm. house
or bungalow; not far from high school.
What have youT CALL US UP. HURRY.
INTER -STATE REALTY CO.
829-30 City Nat'l. D. 8862.
'WANTED Listing on cottages or houses to
rent or sell on easy payments. Have cus
tomers waiting. Inquire 413 Karbuch
Block, Douglas 8407.
OALLAQHKR ft NELSON
will look after your rentals. ti4 Brandels
Bldg. Doug. S882.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Ws have for sals on very easy termi a
splendid residence at 116 N. 33d St. Thle
house has eight rooms, all In fine con
dition, Ttts lot is 60x142. It is In a very
desirable neighborhood and the price is
208 First National Bank Bldg.
This Is a good 2-story frame house with
T rooms, strictly modern and In good con
dition, one-half block of the Farnam car
line and close to the Blackstone hotel.
( GEORGE & COMPANY
902 City National Bank Bldg.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT 8 -room, 8
baths, nearly new ; big discount, only
$6.160. See It. 823 N. 88th Avi,
2118 LINCOLN BL YD 1 1 -room house,
strictly modern, with hot water beat
BEMIS PARK $3,000
YOUR OWN TERMS
Thts la a seven-room house, all mod urn,
With a large living room, recently painted
and dooorate-d throughout, and In flrat
clasa condition. This is not an old prop
erty, but something good, and the price Is
a. real ss-rlflre for quick sale. $300 caah
and the balance same as rent. Lorsted on
an east front lot, i&th and Lafayette avs-
""GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3082. 810-20 City National.
fAN ESTATE orders one remaining property
closed out. A 6-r. house, business lot,
Ullltary Ave., only $1,260. A great bar
SjioRQB a WALLACE. 14 Kaolin Bldg.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
2418 Larimore Ave.
$150 Cash Price $2250
A fine 4 -room home, full cemented
basement; bath and toilet; Just newly
painted and papered. Call Tyler 60 and
auk for Mr. Uieslng.
HASTINGS & HAYDEN
UU Harney St.
A five-room, strictly modern bungalow,
with bath. It Is fintnhed In oak. up-to-date.,
bulit-tii features and lighting fix
ture; full basement, large attic. Located
at 3923 North 25th St. I'rlce, S3, 150: easy
NORRIS & NORRIS,
400 Bee Building. Phone P-ug. 4270.
Buys on.- of the cluwiUnt bungalows on
the market icitity ; S-rooni. trl-t l mod.,
oak finish. hlgh-RrartV fixtures; has a
number of npfctal f.-alurest; full base
ment, furnnee h'at; danUy fast front lot;
IS bltta. to car; south of Waverly Park.
RA.SE' BROS., DOUtJ. ltiK3.
NEW BUNGALOW, $1,750.
Just west of Fort Omaha. 4 rooms and
bath, electric Hunt, fine well with pump,
good cellar, cement walka, chicken house
and close to school. 8150 cash, balance on
your own terms. This Is a bargain and
beats paying rent.
P. J. TKBBKNS,
60ft Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone D. 218J.
1 KOI'NTZE I' LACK r'Mrlotl district real-
flencp for sale A. V. KnletU, 3:K. N. lth.
5-HOOM cottagt. on Florence Blvd., for only
$1.760. Douglas 1294.
FOR 3A1.E 2 arrcs "improved. "Vol. 1546.
WELL LOCATED -IN
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
Just finished and up to the minute six
room bungalow; large living rcom. fire
place, beam celling, bullt-ln bookcases,
dining room, built-in buffet, plate rail and
paneled walls, kitchen and pantry on firm
floor, thn?e large bedrooms and bath op
second floor; full basement; large east
front lot, with shade trees. We will be
glad to call for you and show you this
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. 1009. Oiound Floor McCague Bldg.
FIVE ROOMS-- NfcW
All modern in every detail, living and
dining room all oak finish, with bullt-ln
bookcases; pantry with elaborate cup
boards; Icebox room; full basement with
floor drain; shades; electric fixtures and
screeds; all furnished. This Is a real bar
gain at $2,760; $60V cash, balance on
terras to ault. j Others ask as much as
$.260. Let us show you this week.
T RAVER BROS.,
T0S Omaha Nat Bk. Doug. 6888.
Evenings Web 4?'6
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Eight-Room Modern House at
709 South mh Street.
Will be sold to the highest bidder on
Monday, Nov. 13th at 10 a m.
House Must be Moved From Lot.
This is a well built house and a chance
ot pick up a bargain.
DRAKE & CO., Owner.
. James L. Dowd, Auctioneer.
WE HAVE BUYKRS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE' MONEV IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIHT YOUR PROPERTY
WITH US FO RESULTS.
O'NEILL'S REAL ESTATE ft INS. AQNCT.,
BrandelH Theater Bldg. Tyler 1024.
VERY SPECIAL BARGAIN.
$2,100 will buy 66x140 ft., with good
house, on 28th, just off Leavenworth; non
resident owner. Easy terms.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 18, 01 FARNAM ST.
NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW
Very easy terms. 1210 S. 26th Ave, Red 1881.
STOP THAT RENT BILL.
A new five-room cottage on" large cor
ner lot. 54x126; just being started; mod
ern in every detail: oak floors; close Id
and near West Farnam car line.
$2,360, 1300 Down,
$36 per Month.
Ready December 16th.
SCHULER & CARY,
J04 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug. 6074.
IN 'VESTMENTS," INSURANCE $400 Income
. on price, $2,600, being 8 houses, 6 rooms
each, near high school and Crelghton
college. Also 6 and 6 -room bungalows.
lUOO down, and two 8-room, $96 down,
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
WE have clients with caah who are looking
for good, first-class, close-in Investment
HI ATT COMPANY.
245-7-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 80.
NEW bungalow; also l-i. and gardening,
your terms and price; jnv. with 1400. rent.
3 houses (flat coat $3.1)00). 82-500. D. 2107
FIVE rooms, new. oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etc., $2,750; 'J00 cash,
balance monthly. Colfax 1836.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNB LUSA. 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today yon will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
748 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
One of the choice lots In the addition:
sine, 46x136; east front, and on the car
line. Price, $760. Terms $10 cash and
7.50 per month.
C. A. QRIMMEL.
849 OmahaNat. Bk. Bldg. Phone D. J816,
OWNER must se.i east front lot mFonts
ntlle Blvd., In Clatrmonl Will sell at
sacrifice price If taken at ones. Call
Improved and unimproved In on to
ten-acre tracts, on or near Bellevue car
line. Best of school faclltttea
C. R. COMBS,
1'bune Doug. 3916. SOU Brandels Thoater.
A FINE place for chicken raising, garden
ing or fruit trees and berry bushes; 1
good lots; one block from car line and
close to school. Price, $7bu, 81 down
and 60c per week on each Joi. Bos 7047,
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START YOUlt HOME IN BENSON!
BUY THIS LOT.
$10.00 down and $10.00 pr month: price
$200 00; slxo 6vxl38: located on Locust
St., between Clark and Burn ham, not far
from school and car lint, uso R Wright
Re or nr.-?. omana. J
We have Just listed three elegant lots
btwren 49th and 60th streets on Capitol
avenue, all to-foot frontage, that are
priced at a nnrrlflre price. If you are
looking for a lot to build on either this
fall or next spring It will pay you to
Investigate th'-se lots.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
1018 Cuming bt Htrl tly modern, new.
7-r. house, hard wood finish, extra well
built and right up to the minute, ready to
occupy. Price 15,400. Easy terms
8. P. BOS .'WICK ft SON.
300 Bes Bldg. Tyler 1E08-
ROOM residence, South Side. 91, 808; 880
cash, balance 916 pr mot tb Doug lilt
NE THAW AY haa 8. 4. 6, 30 and 18S-aor
Impr. tracts for city property. Flo. 88$.
3 ACRES, 4-room house, barn $ 3.600
120 acres, 12 miles of P. O -.. 19,309
JOHN N, FRENZER Doug. 664.
TWO ACRES, bearing fruit trees and 8
room modern house for sale cheap. In
Omaha. Watts. 637 Paxton Block.
REAL ESTATE Investments
A. P. TUKEY A SON,
Phone Doug. 602. 1607-8 W. O. W. Bldg
Ltouhi brick St. Uuis fiiit. within fou-
plocke of Ulb aud Hanisy; uloae to. bar
CALKINS ft CO..
Dcuvlaa 1813. City National Baas.
WE have clients with cann who are looking
for good. flrst-clsM, close-in Investment
HI ATT COMPANY.
246-7-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler OfK
Ifl.Kiifu-Brlck flat near 30th and Farnara;
rented at fbO a month.
a LOVER A SPAIN.
Douglas 2fi2. 919 3 City National.
WM. COIF AX,
Keellne Bldg Dou rSTS
REAL ESTATE B'ncas Pr'pty
44x68 feet, 19th and Rurt Sts.. $!.:00.
40x6 feet, with half lnter-t In 16
font driveway, near 30th and Fnrnam Sts.,
$1,000. J, H. Dumont 416-IS Kee
llne DLlg. Phone Douglas 600.
INCOME property" near Ford plant. Hth St.
Own-r. Harney 3864.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc.
64T'a15rIC TmpToved land, Kimball CoJ Nsb.
$26: near Kimball; no aand; want hard
ware or general atore; also have good
hardware at Hamlin, la., fur sale for cash.
R. Hansen, Hamlin, la.
HAVE two 160-acre farms and one 80-acre
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trade for ctty
ARCHER REALTY CO.,
890 Brandels Bldg.
Ranch specialist, sell or trndo ranches for
city property, K. Franta. B7fi Rrandela Bldg
TRADES TRADES TRADES.
Farms. Cattle, Ranches, New Apart -menta.
Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
FIRST-CLASS west Iowa farm to deal for
Nebraska or Colorado land.
KERLINE HI, DG.
A U-ROOM rooming houna for sale or ex
change for equity In lots or house and lot,
or good car; good location. Call Doug-
laa 6896 after 8 p. m.
WR have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. land. hid ward F.
Williams Co., Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg.
OOOD lot, desirable location, will take used
Ford as part payment. Webster 4248.
SUMMER RESORT IN PARK REGION OF
MINNESOTA FOR BALE.
If you are a sportsman read this ad over
more than ones. Then get busy; Its the
opportunity of a lifetime.
For good reasons the owners of one of
the finest iummer resorts In the northern
woods haa decided to place his property
on the market Thle la not one of the
. conventional summer resorts It's vastly
different from the ordinary run of them.
Main dining room and cabins are of logs.
The location Is an Island of ,4 acres in
one of Minnesota's grandest deep-water
lakes. The boating and bathing are un
excelled; there are bass grounds where
this gamey fish Is caught in abundance,
together with pike, trout, crappleB and
other varieties; the hunting In season ts
great. Near by the Mississippi has its
sourcs In Itasca State park, and about all
there la a scenlo grandeur that fascinates
the eye, and furnishes a constant source
of delight. Here one may idle away a
summer in idealistic simplicity, with every
appealing sport at the command of
visitors. The owner wants to sell It, but
would take land in North Dakota or Mon
tana aa part payment. Some one who
would buy It and convert it Into a club prop
erty for a company of wealthy sportsmen
would make a tenstrlke.
For full particulars address
J. O. CHRYSLER ft BON,
Lake Park. Ia. -
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, ( and 6 -roomed houses that
can be sold for $100 cash; balance $16
per month; give complete description first
W FARNAM SMITH & CO..
1320 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 10B4.
I have good Income property renting for
$68 per month; mortgage, $3,600. Price,
$7, E00. Want land or acreage.
W. a FRANK,
$01 Neville Block.
WB have buyers for your property.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
939-90 City Nat'l Bldg. Doug. 8862.
FOR SALES F. D. Wead. 310 S. 18th St.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos, tnd. notes aH security.
$40 (-mo H. H. gds,, total cost, 83.60.
40 indorsed notea, total cost. $2.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts, proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organized by Omaha Bunlneaa Men,
43$ Rose Bldg.. 16th and Farnam. Ty. 666.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
6 PER CENT to 6 per cent" on best class city
residences In amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam St.
$1,600 MORTGAGE, bearing 7 per cent semi
ann.; secured by farm, 9 miles from town,
valued at $4,600. Talmadge-Loomla Inv.
Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE loans, 6 per cent. See
D. E. BUCK ft CO.,
91$ Omaha Nat. Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM,
BEE HI, DCi.
OMAHA homes East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO..
1018 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Doug. 2716.
FARM and city loans, 6-64 and 6 per i:ent.
W. H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg. Doug.. 1G48.
7? r MONEY HARRiSONAM ORTON
yO 91$Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
DON'T PAY IN INSTALLMENTS,
PAY IN 2. 3, 4 or 6 YEARS. BEST PLAN.
SHOPEN A CO.. KKKLINK BLDG.
1 REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED
THOS. L. JJcUARRY,
KEELINE BLDG. TEL. RED 4.144.
6 PER CENT and 6 per cenrmoney. To land
A Trumbull, 449 Bee Bldg. Douglas 0707.
$100 to $in,ooo made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg, 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY on hand "for city"" and "
farm loans. II. W. Binder. City
National Rank Bldg.
Nat'l Hunk Uldg.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6
J. H. Dumont ft Co., 41K
Stocks and Bonds.
Our NebruHk;. farm
mortgages si- not af
fected by European wars
or panles. Amounts $400
to $201000. We collect all
Interest and principal
free of r-harge; 80 years
in the Nebraska farm
field without a Ions Is our record.
KLOKE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
801 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg., Omaha. Neb
FOR SALE Block treasury a took. Oold
mine, Leadvtlle, Colo. If lntereed a-
me for particulars. Addrea Box 7900,
MAKE me an offer on any part Tan hlian-x
Commonwealth Mortgage Co., amnion
Unusual opportunity. Act quickly. Address
Y 669, Bee.
Abstracts of Title.
XT aw Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
JTYCH 306 8. 17th St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstrar-t of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
DAMAOBD WHEAT. 11.60
W. Wagfl.r. 101 N. lltb.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HARI.BT-DAVIDBON MOTOHCYCI.KII. Bar.
fain. In uaed machlnna. Victor Hon., 'Ttio
Motercycl, Man," 3703 Laavanwortk.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
palm beach county
Heads the poll for net profits from Its
truck farms and citrus fruit groves, and la
also elected the finest climate In the
world. For particulars and literature
A. PARSON ft SON.
Phone Doug, 7946. 663 Brandels Bldg
Four good farms containing 80
arret each, will be aold at Public Auction
on the farms one mile vast and 2 miles
south of LanKdon, Mo., on easy terms,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. I&TH, AT 1 P. M.
These fat ins are about H miles south
of Iowa state line, are level and the beat
black soil; all In cultivation and all in
winter wheut that go with farms; fair
Improvements. If you want one of the
best producing farms In Ihr country at
j our own prlre, don't fall U attend this
aule. The legal numbers ar aouth half
of sec. it. Town. 64, Range 41, Atchison
Co., Mo. These farms rf n : for 9-6 of
wht'al and . orn, delivered. For further
Information s Frank Bobhltt, Langdon,
Mo., or Dowd Auction Co., 1134 W. O. W.
Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
JAMES L. DOWD,
FRANK BOBIUTT. Owner
$40 PER-ACRE." Hi 6" acn fourteen miles
from Council Bluffs, adjoins small sta
tion and school; main autnmoblle road;
fair set of Improvements; Ides) stork and
grain farm; small pnymcnt down, balance
long time; low rate of Interest. J. G.
Boiie 2:iLafayette Ave.. Phone 8648.
IOWA andNelCfarms7ali slseV within
driving distance of Omaha. W. T. Smith
Co., 914 City N a nDa nk Bldg., Omaha.
24"-ACRE FARM 45 MILES FROM
Minneapolis; 3 miles from two good rail
road towns; good set of buildings, consist
ing of ?-romn house, large barn, granary,
corn cribs, machine shed, windmill, etc
1G0 acres under cultivation; can practi
cally all be cultivated; no waste land:
excellent corn land; 80 head of rattle,
consisting of 1J cotgs, balanoa one and
two-year-olds, 6 horses, hogs, chickens
and complete set of machinery every
thing on the place. Including one-third
of this year's crop, goes at $60 per aore;
$,00fl cash, all the time wanted on bal
ance, 6 per cent Interest. Schwab Bros.,
10U Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
GREAT BARGAINS $6 down, $6 monthly,
buys 40 acri'H good fruit and poultry land
near town, southern Missouri. Pries only
$300. Address Box 80S. Excelsior Springs,
SMALL M1SHOUIU FARM $10 caah and $6
monthly; no interest or taxes; highly pro
ductlve land; close to 3 big markets.
Write for photographs and full Informa
tion. Munger, A-llfl, N. Y. Life Build
Kansas Ctty, Mo.
GOOD WHEAT AND CORN LAND.
160 acres, 14 ml. McCook. another
good R. R. town. Black loam, 100 ac
cultv. one field. Balance good grass.
Fenced. Price $1,860. Terms. Cornelius ft
Co., Hastings. Neb.
SMOOTH 80 near town, Johnson Co., Neb.
Reduced price for 10 days; possession
given. Easy terms.
216 S. 17th.
FOR SALE Besi largo body high grade
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
A HIOHLY Improved farm for grain rent.
TOLAND ft TRUMBULL,
pou Vlaa707. 44 6 Bee Bids;.
CAN sell or exchange any lands you have to
offer. C. J, Canan, McCague Bldg.
UPPER WISCONSIN Beat dairy and gn
eral crop state In tho union. Settlers
wanted: lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms; excellent lands fnr stock
raising. Auk fnr booklet 86 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchards, Address Land Com
missioner Soo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Phono D. 3292.
2047 Farnam 8L
FORDS, TOURING CARS, $175 UP.
Alao Bulcks, Studehakers, Hupps and
other light cars from $116 up. Lowest
prices In Amorica. Cars demonstrated.
List furnished to out-of-town purchas
ers. Send for it; no obligation.
Who's s-'tting the pace now?
In th first ten months of 191
THE 1 J E K gained 47,940 Paid Ads,
EXCEEDING the COMBINED GAIN of
tho other two Omaha paper for same
period by more than
20,000 PAID ADS.
Good Results. Oood Rates. Good Service.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Famam St. Douglna 3310.
1918 Stearns Knight 8. touring $1,60A
1!))4 lliidHun Six model 64 060
1911 Hudson Coupe 660
1 0 1 7 Maxwell Tour., brand new 640
Fire, Theft and Liability at lowest ratas.
KILLY, ELLIS & THOMPSON,
0n-14 City Nal. Bk. Bldg, Doug. 2819.
Douglas 863. 2216-18 Farnam St.
A CAR that ts properly rebuilt la In most
cases good bargain. : Our facilities are
your Insurance. I
S. O. S. Motor Co., 2406 Leavenworth.
DON'T throw away old tires. We make one
new tire from iwo old ones and save you
fcft per cent. 2-ln-l Vulcanising Co., 1616
Davenport St., Omaha. Neb. Douglas 8914.
' USED" CARS 'AT REAL PRICES.
C. W. ERANCIS AUTO CO.,
DmiRliiK BRS. 2216-18 Farnam 8L
WE will trade you a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO..
20th and Harney. Douglas 6261.
CROSSTO W N GARAGE, 316 S. 24th St.
1-uuh 414. VY-- Imiv OI.O 'AKS. Parts for
Hup 20, oidnmnhllc, Chevrolet, Appsrson.
CORO tires fnr Fords, 30x3, $8.66; 8ftx3Vfc,
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,t TELL ft B1NKLEY,
2318 Harney fU. Doug. 1640.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
stiom rij'ft; HcimcE station."
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Carburetors my specialty. Red 4142.
Iiufl ri'wnrri r .nignnto we can't repair.
Colls rvf-lr-.l lit vs-tor-Vr. 210 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Harvlca. and
prices right. 218 S. 19th St. D. 7880.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, "servlr car al
ways rendy." Omaha Garage, 3010 Harney
St. Tyler 6fir.
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. You may drive It I charge
by mile. Ooug. 3622. Evenings, Tyler 1836.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Katherlne Uvblt to Charies Flngirlas"
northeast conn-r Tvvcnty-i.i'venth
and Wt'jtt Washington sit rot, 10 Ox
Irwin S. H-uve and v.-If Ir. Krli:
Johnson. Nineteenth stroM, 360 fel
south of J trt, 40x!40. 2.600
Rolert L. Kohlttori and wife to Wlnnl
fred M. Heydn. Dodge street, 132
foet east of Twenty-sixth street,
north sldf. 99xll& 1
Hans Anderson, guardian, to A. A.
Myers, Forty-svnth stresl, 120
feet south of Cuming street, west
side, $5x130 l.too
A. B. Alpln, et al, executor, to Max
Rosenthal, northwest corner Twenty-fourth
ami Indiana avenus, 73x
Columbian Investment rompany to
Alice McShane, southeast corner
Walnut avenue' and Fifty .first
street, 46.6x12!) 360
Columbian Investment company to
Alice McShane, Walnut avenue and
48 feet east of Fifty. first street,
south aldu, 41.6x128 a&Q
Emll Luenberger and wife to Chris
tian Soendswn, Forty-serond street,
40 feet north of Spauldlng street,
eaat aide, 40x12(1. 1
Charles W. Martin and wife to
General Advance Rules Market
Wheat, Corn and 0t
Get Substantial Boost.
ALL RECEIPTS ARE HEAVY
Omaha, November 8. 1916.
The receipts of all grains were fairly
heavy today and there was a general ad
vance In prices. Wheat led In the advanrt
ind was quoted from 4c to Tc higher, while
com sold from 3c to c, higher and oats
advanced about 1 Ho. The excellent caah
demar.d for wheat waa In a large mcasuie
the tesutt of the strong export Inquiry and
th hulk of the better sample of wheat
sold about 6c over the average price on
M. riday. The general run of No. 2 hard
wheat brought $1.8201 -3. while the bulk
of the No. 8 hard was quoted at $1 78?
l.Si). The poorer grades of wheat sold
nulie lesdlly at advanced prices, the No. 4
hard 1 ringing from $1.74 to $1,60. and th-i
sample grade ranging In pries from $1.60
to $1.74 The aalea of durum wheat were
rather light, but there was a pretty good
Inquiry for mixed wheat, the No. S grade
selling from $1 74 to $1.90, and the No. 4
bringing from $1.70 to II It
The corn market was strong, with 'he
yellow selling at a lc premium, and the
white and mixed aamp.se going at Ktlc. Old
corn waa very scarce, and th commercial
grades of thts variety sold at about 43tfl4r,
Oats were rather dull on account of lUht
receipts, but the market was strong, the No.
3 white selling at 68c, and the No. 4 white
going generatly at 1144c.
Rye wss In excellent demand at higher
prices, the bulk of the sample grading No.
3 anil selling at II. 87(91. SM.
The trade In barley was qulti active, and
the market wka quoted practically un
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 1.31.9.000 bu. ; corn, 19.000 bu.; oats, 416,
Liverpol close: Wheat, steady; corn, tHd
to 8d higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 2,822, 00 bu.
and shipments 8.87.00 bu., against receipts
of 1,641,000 bu. and shipments of 2,166,004
bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 1. 662,000 bu.
and shipments 764,000 bu., against receipts
of $36,000 bu. and shipments of 209.000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 109,000 bu.
and ahlpments 1,986,00 bu., against receipts
of 1,840.000 bu. and shipments of 1,618.000
bu. last year.
Chlcsgo 130 404
Omaha 139 19
Kansas City 367 64
Ht. Louis 197 44
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1 car.
No. 8 hard winter: 1 car, $1.644: $ cars,
$1.84; 11-8 cars, $1.81; 4 cars, $1,89; 8
cars, $1.82; 1 car, $I.H1; $ cars. I1.81H ;
t car, $1.81 K; 6 cars, $1.81. No. 8 hard
hard winter; 1 cars, $1.81; 3 cars, $1.82; 1
car, $1.81; 1 cars, $1.11; 4 cars, $1.80;
16 1-6 cars. $1.80; 4 cars, $1.79; 4 cars,
$1,78. No. 4 hard winter: 1 cars, $1,80; 1
cars, $1.79; 4 cars, $1.78; 1 cars. $1.77; 2
cars, $1.76; 1 car, $1.7$: 1 car (smutty),
$1.70. Sample hard winter; 1 car, $1.74; 1
car, $1.71; 3-6 car, $1.70; 1 car, $1.80; 8-$
car (rye mixed), $1.50. No. 4 spring: 1 car,
$1.71; 1 cars. $1.76. Sample spring: 1
car (light), $1.40; 1 car, $1.10. No. 4 white
spring mixed: 1-8 car, 1 1.71. No. 8 mixed
durum; 1 car, $1.90; 1 car, $1.87'; 1 car,
$1.86. No. $ durum: 1 car, $1.90; 1-1 oar.
$1.88. No. 8 durumi car, $1.72. No. 4
durum: I ear, $1.68. No. 2 mixed: 1 car,
$1.86; t cars, $1.64; 1 car, $1.81; 1 car,
$1.81; 1 car, $1.80; 1 car, $1.79; 1 oar,
$1.79; 1 oar, 11.71. No. 4 mixed: 1 car,
11.98; 1 car, $1.14; 1 car, $1.80; 1 cars.
$1.76; 1-8 car. 11.70.
Rye No. 3: 1 oar, $1.88; 8 cars. $1.17 ;
18-6 cars, 11.37. No. 4: 1 car, $1.36.
Barley No. 4: 1 car, $1.06. No. 1 feed:
1 car, 97c. Rejected; 1 car, 96c; 1 car, 80o.
Corn No. 3 whits: 2 cars, 16c; 1 car.
88e. No. 8 white: 3-1 car (old) 98o; 1
oars, 68o. No. 4 white: 1 csr, 97c; 9 cars,
87c; 3 cars, 86c. No. 8 yellow: 1 car, 90c.
No. $ yellow; 1 car (old) 84c; 1 cars, 89o.
No. 4 yellow: 2 oars, 88o. No. 6 yellow:
car (old) 92c. No. 1 mixed: 1 oar, 99o.
No. 1 mixed: 1 car (old) 99o; 1 oar, 88o.
No. 6 mixed: 1 cars (old) 92c. No. 6
mixed: 2 cars (old) 90c.
Oats No. I white: 9 can, 69c. No. 4
white: 8 cars, 61 e, Sample white: 1 cars.
61c; 3 cars. 60o.
Omaha Cash PricesWheat: No. 2 hard
$1.811.84; No. 3 hard, $1.7901.68; No.
4 hard. $1.70Ctl.90: No. 3 spring, $1,770
1.87; No. 9 spring, $1.7401.84; No. 1 durum.
$1.741. 89; No. 8 durum, $17201-67. Corn:
No. 2 white, 8A08c; No. 1 white, 97 49
89c; No. 4 white. 86087c; No. S whlto,
6616186c; No. 6 white, 84086c; No. 8 yellow,
69O90c; No. 8 yellow, 8709 c; No. 4
yellow, 87088c; No. 6 yellow, infra 7c; No. $
yellow, 860660 No. 3 mixed, 88Q88c; No.
3 mixed, 87 0 98c; No. 4 mixed. 86067c;
No. 6 mixed, 66f 86c; No. 6 mixed, 84066c.
Oats: No. 3 white, 62062o; standard,
6252c; No. 1 whits. ftl40&2c; No. 4
white, 61 510. Barley: Halting, 97c O
$1.16; No. 1 feed, 76097c. Rye: No. 3, H II
01-39; No. 1, $1.2701-96.
Omaha Futures Market.
The export situation was again the gov
erning factor In the wheat market and siili
stantl'il gains were made In the Decern her
uid Ma article. The local market, howovor.
was comparatively quiet and the Interim
In the pit generally was centered In wheat
aa the tradrrs were awaiting the result of
thi government crop report on corn beforo
taking In decided position In this market.
There was a good export Inquiry for corn
and when? and the com market was givan
added strength by the strong cash situa
tion and the present car shortage, mhik
were featureless and were firm in sympathy
with wheat and corn.
liocal range of options:
Art. Open. High. Low. Close. ("SaT"
Wht.. I 1 f f'
Doc. 1 79 t 89 179 1 82 179
May 11 82 180 181 1X4182
July 1 43 .1 44 143 1 44 142
Dec. 1301 96 68 84 82
May 83 86 SB 86 S3
Dec. 610 61 61 61 61
May I6 6(H
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
916 South Sixteenth street. Omaha:
Art. 1 Open. High. 1 Low. Closa. ITesT
Wht. 1 i
Dec. 1 860 1 90 184 I S7 IM
May 1 87 I 11 186 I 69 186
July 1 61 1 64 149! 1 63 U0
Dec. 8887 9ft 17 M 'fc 8
May M99 91 86 90 HI
July 88089 91 8 90 8R
Dec. M0 64 66 64
May 68 69 68 68 68
Jan. 96 17 26 6926 97 26 10 26 16
May 26 46 20 60 2S 40 2fl 47 36 26
Lard. I I
Dec. I 16 76 18 87 116 721 16 76 18 70
Jan. I 16 62 16 96 16 70 16 lb 16 66
Ribs. I 111
Jan. f 18 96 14 17ll 96j II 0$ 13 92
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Wheat Develops Strength on Advert Rtiro
Chicago, Nov. 8. Activity of export
houses tn atiHorblng offerings carried th
wheat market sharply upgrade today, the
rise amounting tn some rases at one time
to as much ss 6. Prices closed unsettled!
2 to 2f net higher, with December at
$1.97 to $1.87 and Msy at $1.66 to $1.89.
Corn gained I to 2 . oats Sty to
c, and provisions 7c to 22c.
Despite Intense Interest In election re
sults, the course of prices In the wheat
trade seemed lo depend chiefly, if not al
together on non-political factors. The up
ward tendency of the market waa xhown
as soon an trading began and was ascribed
In a large mitaaure to a falling off In the
European visible supply and to adverse
Kuropean crop advices. In this conned ion
special slirnlnVan.-A was attached lo riporta
that foreigner were exchanging future
for rash grain at a rapid rate, and that
the pit supply of future holdings appeared
to have bven greatly lessened. The fact
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Stephen C. WlrtK, Fort Omaha ave
nue, 160 feet west of Twenty-flfth
avenue, east side, Irregular 1
Reserve Real Estate company to Jer
ome F. Heyn, Twenty-second street,
120 feet gouth of Davenport street,
west side, 66x76 1
Julius Cantonl and wife to Renjamln
Horn berg. Wirt street, 160 feet west
of Twenty-first street, north aide,
Rose Klerman and husband to Klmer
Wetander et al, Twentieth street,
200 feet north of J street, west
side, 60x120 i
Klmer Welander and wife to Rost
Klerman, southwest corner Fif
teenth street and B?rry avenue,
I'tte rain time, assisted In aiming the
In the laic transactions' ralhT aharn
declines from the top quotations of tin
tiay were reiordad, owing to aala to reallxe
profits on purchases made durkna the
earlier hours. According to some authori
ties, sympathy with the New York slink
market recessions was lo a considerable
extent responsible for movement hero at
Oalim In provisions resulted from buvlna
on tho part of houses with foreign con
nect ions. rhe best denta ntl was for Is rd.
Cash prices: Wheal. No. 2 red. $1 8441
186; No. 3 red. $1.7f0 181 ; No. 2 hard,
1192; No. 3 hard. $l.8tt IT 1.88. Corn:
No. : yellow, m w. $1.02; uU. $1.03 I. Of. ; j
.o. yenow, new, sstfinc; old. 81. 01); No.
4 white, new, M40c Oats: No. S white.
fiSOHOc; standard, f4 bit v. Rye: No. 2.
nominal: No. 3, 4)1.43. Harhiy: fiftcff$1.23.
Seeds; Timothy. $3.2606 -6: clover, $lt.00O
16.00. Provisions: Pork, $:'9.00; lard. $17.00;
rlhs. $l3.tl314 37.
Eggs Receipts, 4.86 cases; unchanged.
PotatoesReceipts. 66 cars; unchanged.
Live Poultry I'nchangfU.
NEW YORK GKNKRAL MAHKKT.
Quotations of tho Daj on Various leading
New York, Nov, 8. Klour Firm.
Wheat Spot, firm; No. t hard. $1.03
No. I northern Duluth, $2.01; No. 1 north
ern Manitoba, $2.11 f. o. b. New York.
Corn Spot, firm; No. 2 yejiow, new, $1.10
fl, I. f. New York to arrive,
OatsSpot, firmer; standard. 60O60c.
Hops Steady; state, 1916. 46061c.
Provision Pork:, Firm. Reef; Firm; fami
ly, $16.60017.00. Lard: firm: middle west,
$17.26017.96. Tallow; Firm.
Butter Finn; receipts, 11,917 tubs;
creamery, 170$6o; firsts, 36036c;
Eggs Firm; receipts, 16,616 rases; fresh
gathered, extra fine, 42044c; extra firsts.
40Olc; firsts. 37 0 $9c; seconds, 14037c.
Cheese Unsettled; receipts, 9,966 boxes;
stats, whole milk flats, fresh specials,
32c; same, average fancy, SS022c.
Poultry Dressed, quiet; chickens. 21030c;
fowls, 16033c; turkeys, 19O10c.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis, Nov. 1 Whsat Dscember,
$1.94; May, $1.94 014. Cash: No. 1
hard, $1.98001; No. 1 northern, $1.94
01.97; NO. I northern, $1.8801.96;
No, I white, $1.7401 99.
Corn No, $ ysllow. 19090c.
Oats No. 3 white, 610610.
liar lay 7&cO$1.13.
Rran $16.00017 00.
Kansas City General Mark si.
Kansas Ctty Nov. I. Wheat No. t hard,
$1.8301-90; No. $ rod, 11,8101,37; Decem
ber, $1.83; May, $1.83.
Corn No 3 mixed, 940$", No. I white,
96096c; No. 3 yellow, 91c; No. I, 16c;
December, 86c; May, 870970.
Oats No. 3 white, K4o; No. t mixed,
St. Louts General Market.
St. I. on Is, Mo., Nov. 8. Wheat No. t
red, $1.840199; No. 3 hard, l. 1101. 86;
December. $1.86; May, $1.86.
Corn No. 2, nominal; No. 8 white, nom
inal; December, 69c; May, 90 o.
Oats No. 3, 6So; No. 3 white, nominal.
Liverpool Grain Market.
Liverpool, Nov. $. w heat Spot firm;
No. 8 hard winter. Us 7d; No. 3 north
ern Duluth, 16a Bd; No. 1 Manitoba, 16a;
No. 9. 16s lOd; No. 3, 16a 9d.
Corn Spot firm; American mixed, new,
New York Money Market.
Now York, Nov. 8, Mercantile Paper 8
Sterling Exchange 60-day bills, 14.71;
commercial 60-day bills on banks, $4.70;
demand. $4.71 11-18; cablea, $4.76 7-11.
Silver Bar, 71 c; Mexican dollar, I8c.
Bonds Government, steady ; railroad,
Time Loans Soft; 60 days, 3 0$ Pr
cent; 90 days, 903 per cent; six months,
303 per cent.
Call Money Steady; high, 2 per cent;
low, 8 per cent; ruling rats, 3 per cent;
last loan, 2 per cant; closing bid, 1 per
cent: offered at 3 per csnt.
U. S. r. 2s, reg. 9DU N. un. 4s... 96
do coupon ... 99 M., K. 4 T. 1 is 77
U. 8. 3s. reg 1QoM, P. con. a....l09
do coupon .100 Mont. Power 6s. . 99
-u. o. s, rug. in. i . k aeo. vs. . 1 1
do coupon ,..110N. Y. City 4s..U0
Am. Smelt. 6s... Ill N. T., N, H. A H.
Am. Tel. A TeL cv. 6s lit
cv. 4s 112No. Psnlflo 4s.... 93
Anglo-French 6s. 96 do Ss 67
A I eh. gen. 4s.... MS Ore, S. L. rcf. 4s. 91
B. A O, 4s 92Pac T. A T, 6s. .101
Beth. St. ref. ts.ioj penn. con. 4s..106
Central Pac. 1st. 90 do gen. 4s..,102
C. A O. cv. 4s.. 92 Reading gen. 4s.. 96
C, B. A Q. It. 4s 98St. L. ft Han F.
C., M. A Bt. P. ref. 41 83
ov. 6s 101 So. Fne. cv. 6a... 106
C, R. I. A P. Ry. do ref. 4s 92
ref. 4a T7flo. Railway 6a.. lnf
C. A 8. ref. 4s. 86Unlnn Pacific 4s. 98
D. A R. O. o. 4a.. 82 do cv. 4s 94
Erie gen. 4f 74 U. S. Rubber ts.,109
Oen. Electric 6g.lA6ir, B. Steel 6s... fl
-it. No. 1st 4g..lOOW. Union 4s.. 9
T. C. ref. 4s 99Dom. of C, 1931. 99
Int. M. M. 4 He .108 Mild.
K. C. So. ref. 6o. 91
Omaha If ay Mnrket.
Choice upland prairie hay, ll0.flflOH.00;
No. 1 upland prairie hay, $9,6fi 10.00; No.
3 upland prairie hay, $8.00-99, 00; No. 3 up
land hay, $ 00O7.00. No. 1 midland prairie
hay, $9n04$10.00; No. 3 midland prairie
hay, $7.0009-60. No. 1 lowland prairie hay.
ttt.noffli' OO; No. 2 lowland prairie hay, $4. OA
O6.00; No. 3 lowland prairie hay, $3,000
1.(10. Choice Alfalfa. $16.00; No. 1 alfalfa,
114. OOiS 14.60; standard tlfnlfn, $12.00(f
13.00: No. 2 alfalfa, $9.00010.00; No. 3
alfalfa, $6.0006-00. Oat straw, i.OOOfi.f.O;
what straw, $&. 0006.60.
Cotton Mark!. -
New York, Nov, 9. Cotton Futures
rinsed steady; December. 19.48c; January,
19.46c; March. Id. Mr; Msy, 19.76c; July.
19.78c. Spot steady; middling uplands.
19 40c; no sales.
New York. Nov. 9. Cot toa Futures
opened steady ; December, 19.40c; January.
19.43c; March. 19.62c; May, 19.13c; July,
The cotton market closed Irregular at a
net advance of 3H tn 40 points.
Liverpool. Nov. 8. Cotton Spot In good
demand. Onod middling, 11.67c; middling,
ll.Glc; good ordinary, 1 1.01c; sales, 10,
London Stock Market.
London, Nov. 6. The stock market here
today uas Influenced by early reports of the
election of Hughs. Leading ATnerlran
slocks were marked up $1 to $3 on the ex
pectation that values would bo run up In
Dry Goods Market,
New York, Nov. 8. The dry goods market
was strong during the day but was re
stricted. Cotton underwear showed an In
crease of 30 to 40 per cent.
Westergaard Will Meet
Caddock at Lead. S. D.
Lead, S. D., Nov 8. (Special.)
The biggest professional athletic,
event in the history of the Black Hills
will be staged here on Friday night,
when Jess Weste,rgaard will meet
Earl Caddock. A guaranteed purse of
$1,000 is up and calls for ringside
seats have come in to the Homestake
Opera house from all sections of the
Black Hills. The match is being pro
moted by Frank O'Brien.
Miner Crushed to Death.
Lead. S. D., Nov. 8. (Special.)
While barring down rock in the high
line drift of the Golden Gate shaft,
Leo Mannick, aged 24, of Tarraville,
was crushed to death Sunday after
noon. An immense boulder struck him
on the head, crushing in his skull, and
so disfiguring his face that he is un
recognizable. Deceased was the main
support of a large family, hit father
lying at the point of death with tuberculosis.
NEW TERM FOR ADULT BEGINNERS
TURPIN'S SCHOOL OF DANCING
Monday Evening, November lath, 8 p. m. Pupili should join the first leeson. ;
Terms most reasonable. Advanced Class Tuesday, 8 p. m. High school class ttat
urdsys, 8 p. m. Assembly every Wednesday evening. Excellent music. Private
lessons any time. Harney 11148. 28th and Fernem Streete.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Political Conditions Keep Mar
ket in Excitement All
STEEL CENTRAL FIGURE
New York. Nov. 8. It Is no exaggeration
to declare that not In a generation has" the
stock market been swayed by auch impor
tant and conflicting conditions as att-'nded
today's extraordinary dealing. rollMca was
tho one engrossing topic of discussion, all
other considerations and developments being
swept Into the background In the intense
excitement surrounding the outcome of the
The fomilt of that momentous event still
remained a nmttt-r of debute and conjecture
at th" clone of the session, which wltnesaed
a turnover of about 2.1 RO.dfiO shares, of which
Coiled Htates Steel furnished over 2J pir
Ste.-t whs at all limes the central figure,
svllln ui In ih at the opening, advancing
anothf-r prtlnt at mid-day to the n-v mat-
immi Of 12ti and fniHn stU tn tfMTt In Ife
final hour, and closing at 124 a net gain
of a point ()thr new records Included
npWlli'heni Steel an 11 tintntH tn KM U ITt-.h -
Copper I to 114. Central Leather 7 to 110.
American lleet Sugar 1 to 10C and Chino
Copper I', to ti&V
Ainmtg the other substantial gains, meat
of which wor obliterated In the final hour,
were Mercantile Msrln common nnri ic.
rrod, American Locomotive. American Wool
nd lut'TtiHtlonnl Hnrvestsr at gains from
to 1 no In Is. while slnH.Hh..f ttmA itni
Gulf States Bteel common and second pre
ferred were higher by to 7U uolnta.
The more prominent Indimtrialm nrt .mitn.
mrnt. together with lending metals, made
xtreine n-ulna of 1 in n n..mtu i ik.
of the first hour, but this advantage proved
to be no more substantial than the advance
In Investment rails, whose early gains of 1
to almost 8 points were mostly, substituted
by net losves of as much.
itonds were firm, with th intrniAn.t
rise in stocks, but receded moderately later.
Total sales, par value, $4,370,000. United
States bonds wera unchanged on call.
. Hales High. Low. Close,
Am. Heat flugar... 7. SOO lOfiU 103U 1Q3U
American Can fl. ana itu atu si
Am. Car foundry l,3(lo 71 88 flfttj
Am. Smalt. A Ref.'.' 11,000 113U UflU 110
Am. flugar Itef.
tulOll lii US
Am. Tel. a Tel
Am. Z, L. A 8
Ttalllmnr JL nki.
600 lasu in
73.000 99 U
18,800 80 U
4.ft00 $0 Si
Brook. Rapid Trari! .
n. m a. onuer. .
Cat. Petroleum. . .
800 174 U 171 U. 17ft
central leather.... 88,400 110 1084 107V1
88,400 110 lOSSi 107 M
Chesapeake A Ohio 7,000 7fr 8Vi 88tf
Chtcago A N. W.'.'. 600 118. 188 119 ,
C R. I A P. Ry.. S8.100 Ui'
Chino Copper 10.800 8SU 88 8:1
Colo. Fuel A lenn
13,000 EMU 84 M
8.100 10U 18 18
88,800 j 80
13.300 38 88 8fl
Corn Products Hmt
General Hlortrle. . ..
ureal no. pro
Great No. Ore ctfa.
Inter. Con. Corn. .
insuiratlnn rnnr ia in aau
m... nini,, iiw IIS
Via. sin, SS.TtiU 181
rv. Bouinarn i. son
Kennecott Copper.. $0,100
isouisviiie m nun.
Miami Copper ,
1M00 114 119
1.100 40 tt
Missouri PaclfloV,.. lV,T0t 'iitt 'ii
Montana Power ,j
Nevada Copper.... 10,100 t
s: r.. n.-iT fiv: 'tW ;
M..pfnlW A. W. .......
Norlh.rn Pacific... ' ',it iiii lil'ai
racinc Tel. A Tel. .
Ray Con. Csippor... 44,700
Rw-dlns- 31,100 111
Rep. Iron A Steel.. 41,200 81
Shattuck Aria. Can. t aao
Southern Pacific.. 18,600 oi
Southern Railway., 18.500 UV
fltudebaker Co 1,800 ISO
101(4 101 14
Tennessee Copper.. 8,800 33 U
Texas Company..,. 1,800 138
iMMun l ariiio. , . . . ,
Union Pacific pfd. .
11.100 141 16014 161
U. a Ind. Alcohol., 8,800 14B
IT, S. Steol 633.400 Its
IT. , Steel pfd 1,800 123
Utah Copper 33,100 1I44
Wabash pfd. "B" . , 6,700 81 U
141V4 142 .
121 '4 i:
304 10 44
wesungnous Hlec. lft.400 87U
. -Tnlaf aal. for lb. day, 1.100,000 aliarr,.
THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE
Dally MaMiiM, 3ilS Nlfht, SilS. Thla W.ak
I , ., I VmiE DALY: HAR-
I BY A EMMA BHAK-
OCKB: Al 4 Fann 8Udinan : DaneinK Ken
nedy.! Cell Parka, t Paul Gordon 4 Ama
Rica: Orph.um Trav.l Wnkly.
PrlflMt Matin., gallery. lOei beat ata
(ic.pi Saturday and Sunday), t&a. Niffhta,
100, 280, 60c and T6o.
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER."
tArtttjFttl Han., IS-M-SOa.
jCCIf tS'f Kvaa'ta, It-SSW-Wt.
Purpoa.ly Booked for
TEACHERS' CONVENTION WEEK
BON-TON GIRLS 8MuJf.
Craiy Bab. LaTour. Letter Allan, Leo Hoyt.
Great Caat and Bit Beauty Chorue. Only
Muekal Show In Town. It'. Juat All Fun,
Frolic end Frivolity. (Final Performance Fri
Ladle.' Dime Matinee Every Week Day.
Sat. Mat. and Waok Ben Wolch, (Himself)
ZSc to 75c
TONIGHT MATINEE TODAY
"A Little Girl in a
Not a Moving Pictur.
A De Luao Pboto Spectacle Featurina
Frank Keonan and Enid Mark?
A Great Meatarplace Painted With Smile,
and Tear.. A Heartbeat in Every Scene.
Continuoue Performance From II to II.
Adulla, 20c Children, 10c.
Takon From the National Play.
WM. S. HART 71
Tb Return of Draw Egan m
. Keyetona Comady. m
IM 1 1 C BT Home ' Para
Ifl U9 Ea. mount Pbturo ;
"The Soul of Kura-San.'
88 H 87
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