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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Large living room, dining room, kitchen
n first floor; three large bedrooms end
bath on second floor; oak finish and oak
floors; built-in bookcases and buffet; full
basement: guaranteed furnace; east front
lot; paved struct; flue location. Price
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Dons;, 1009. Ground Fir. McCague Bldg
WHY PAY RENT?
1100 Cash, US Per Month.
5-room cottage, gas, water, nicely dec
orated. Maple floors In kitchen. Lot 60x
120 feet, two blocks to car Hue.
Call rUgl&s 601$.
E. L Morrow.
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,715
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, la the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTSLOWEST RATE
' GREAT BARGAIN.
(-room house for only $1,860, good lo
cation; owner leaving city.
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha National Bank Bldg. '
NEW bungalow, air -i. sod gardening
your urms and p- e; ifl wttb $400. rent
1 hr.aaea cost $3.5001. 12.(00 U. 1107.
FIVE rooms, new, oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etu.. $2,1(0; $201 cash,
balance nontbly Colfax 7881.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
THE GREATEST OAIN M.7M
In paid want-ads aver made by any
Omaha paper, la the record of TUB.
OMAHA HKE for 116.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATH
AFTER looking at MINNB LUSA, 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the beat
proposition . on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota.
IK YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
742 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 187.
JTOR SALE Lota 18. 19 and 20, block 21,
Walnut Hill. W. H. Weller, 30-31 Mann
Bldg.. Utlca. N. Y.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
Double brick store building, on corner
lot, at street transfer point. Price, $12,000.
Income now $1,140, will be $1,200 after
June, 1918. Leases have 3 years to run.
This la a better buy than dwelling
bouet'8, flats or apartments, as the stores
tire leased for a term of years and the
tenants take cae of all Inside repairs.
Ask for particulars.
J. H. Dumont & Co.,
416-13 Keellnc Bldg. Phone Doug. 690.
A. P. TUKEY & SON. -
620 First National Bank Bldg.
$76,000. Income 12 per cent; one year old ;
very flue location; mortgage 26,0 00 and j
will accept $20,000 in trade; balance
cash or negotiable papers.
CALKINS ft CO.,
Douglas 1213. City Nat'l Bank Bldg,
Corner, close in, two houses, annua
rent $720. Plica. 86,(04.
a P HOST WICK A SON.
$00 Bes Bldg. Tyler IMt
STORE property for sals, located In South
Omaha, good location, small store, new,
with grocery and butcher shop fixtures.
Will sell cheap, with terms. Clauson Bros,,
70$ Keellne Bldg. Doug. 8371,
REAL ESTATE Bargains.
Q. P. STEBBINS. 1610 Chicago St
BUY from owner. Lot (0x161. main carline.
Harney S3 54.
REAL ESTATE Investment
Clone to 24th St. This Is a well
constructed, well-arranged apart
ment house In excellent condition,
netting a substantial income on the
purchase price and In the line of
Omaha's growth, where land values
are increasing rapidly. There Is ad
ditional ground which can be Im
proved which goes with this prop
erty and it Is something worthy of
prompt investigation, as the price
and Income are attractive.
George & Company,
D. 766. 902 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
BXrQAIN Leaving city, sell or trade,
nearly new 6 -room house, strictly mod
ern, hardwood floors, all Improvements
in; lot 60x120; garage, $2,900; $600 cash,
balance time. Call owner, I. Smith, Room
fiQti, Castle hotel.
HAVE two 160-acre farms and one 80 -acre
farm, eassern Nebraska, to trad Cor city
ARCHER REALTY CO.
fi fin Brandels Rfdtr
A 12-ROOM rooming bouse for sale or ex
change for equity In lots or bouse and lot.,
or good car; good location. Call Doug
las 6886 after 6 p. nx
WE have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. land. Edward F.
Williams Co.. Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg
TRADES TRADES TRADES.
Farms, Cattla, Ranches, New Apart
ments, Plata, eta ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
Ilanch s 'clallst, sell or trade ranches for
city property K. Fran t a. (16 Brandela Bldg.
ftt.M i J A J E Suburoan
ACREAGE AND SMALL FARMS.
A fine list within ten mile radius of
16th aid Farnam. Some special bargalna
OEOROE O. WALLACE. 614 Keellne Bldg.
START YOUK HUME IN BENSON i
BUY THIS LOT.
$10.00 dowu and $10.00 per month; price
1200.00; else. 60x128; located on Locust
St., between Clark and Burn ham, not far
from school ant, car line Geo B. Wright.
Bee office, Omaha.
A LARGE CORNER BUILDING
Fronting south and east. In Dundee dis
trict. Restricted to a home, which must
cost $7,000 or over, and In a district
where no frame buildings are allowed.
Street, both sides, has asphalt paving and
ornamental lights. Without Question this
corner, 76x120, Is one of the best building
sites on the west side. For particulars
pnone uougiaa tU7 .
Shuler ft Cary,
204 Keollne Bldg.
.EXCELLENT BUILDING SITE
Large tot on Dodge St., near 43d, new
residences on all sides. Will sell at bar
gain on reasonable terms or will build to
Call owner. Walnut lEIt.
See me for gooa bargains In residence
and vacant property. Good locations. C.
A. Grlmmel, S49 Omaha Nat. Bank.
A DUNDEE lot bargain, near school and car
J.'ae. Write Box 9832. Bee.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
SEVERAL lota, building restriction. $,
(00.00. Adjoining Happy Hollow Ctrols
1400.00 to 11.000 00.
W. L 8ELBT t SON. Doug 1(10
1250 ACRE, acreage sold; 2 ttarta left at
1300. Last chance. Call Netbaway. Flo
Wt have a large number of small houses
with S to 4 rooms, ranging In price from
600 to $1,200. o.. full sited lots, which
we can sell at your own terms.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO..
4926 S. ?4th St. Phone South 1247
Rl5S!DENOE"proprty for "sale." a Choice
residence property In Omaha, good loca
tion, modern and nearly new. Owner
wishes to leave town. Will sell right,
with good terms. Clausen Bros., Klron,
WILL TAKE YOl'R LOT AS
8129 NORTH 24TH ST.
8 -room house, oak floors throughout:
second floor white enamel; fireplace, gar
age and cement drive; lot 45x165, facing
Miller Park, Price, $4,500.
$29 SOUTH 34TH ST.
6 -room new house, with garage; close
downtown; nice neighborhood; block
from Leavenworth car. Price, $4,(00.
6019 BURT ST.
7 -room new house, with fireplace, sun
room; second floor white enamel; garage,
with cement drive; lot 6(1x136.
245-7- Omaha Nat' I. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 60.
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
FOR SALE (By Owner) Alfalfa farm," SO
acres, perfect ly IrrlKated ( reservoir 1, In
full crop; healthful climate; one mile from
town; good schools; cash or terms. Also
solid block of 12 lots near University
campus, Capital City; two street car lines;
choice residence section ; shade, sewer,
walks, high and dry. Also strictly mod
ern, almost new 7 -room residence on car
line, one block from school, In a city of
36,000. Box Y-786, Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTSD t, 6 and t-roomed houaea that
cau be sold for $100 cash, balance $11 per
moDth; oomp!t. description ftrat
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO,
1880 Farnam. Tel. Doug, lot.
WILL exchange fine half section wheat
land, eastern Colo., clear of encumbrance
for Omaha property. Box 1742.. isee.
L1HT your 6 and $-ruom houses with us.
WO SELL THEM. 0B30HNB REALTY
CO . Doug. 14T4.
f-OME to us with your real bargains.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO. Doug. 420.
FOR SALE. See F D. Wead. $10 8. 11th
Real Estate. Loans. Mortgages.
FARM, RANCH AND CITY
PAYNE INVESMENT CO.,
OMAHA NAT'L BANK BLDG.
CITY and farm loans promptly made.
Rates, 6, 6 nd er cent. Reasonable
UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
212 South 17th, Omaha, Neb. ,
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,73$
In paid want-ads ever made by any
OMAHA BEE for 1910.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
6 PER CENT to 6 per cent on best class? city
residences In amount $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable com mission.
PETERS TLUSTCO.. JS22Faroam SL
$3,000 MORTGAGE bearing 6 per cent
semi-ann. ; secured by property values at
$11,000. Talmage-Loomis Inv. Co., W.
FARM and city loans, 5-5 and 6 per cent.
w. H. Tnomaa. Keoiine mat, uoug. 1641.
6HOPEN ft CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
OMAHA homes. East Neb rail i farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
018 Omaha Nat'l. Pho.ie Doug. 271s.
MONEY HARRISON ft MORTON
916 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv Co.. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS L. McGARRY.
KEELINE 3LDO. TEL. RED 4344.
RELIABLE insurance. See O'Neil s Real
Es'ate and Insurance Agency, 632-6 Bran
dels Theater. Tel. Tyler 1024.
MONEY on band for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder. City
National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE! loans, 6 per rent.
D. E. BUCK & CO. 913 Omaha Nat. Bank
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates.
E. H. LOUGEE, Inc.. 538 Keellne Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 5 and 6 per cent.
J. H. Dumont ft Co.. 416 Keel Hie mag.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F D. Wead,
Wead Bldg.. lttn and farnam ats.
Nat'l Bank Hldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR SALE lOO shares American Tele-
graphone tor $260.00, 15,000 Uncle Sam
OH for $100.00, 200 Afterthought Copper
for $300.00. A. L, Delbel. Little Rock. Ark.
WANTED High-class truck apency to
finance and bpII automobile trucks. Beck
Auto Truck Works, Cedar RapidH, la.
Abstracts of Title.
V Title. Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
IVcil so6 S. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theatei
GALLACHER & NULSON.
Represent prompt pay Insurance corn
pan lea 044 Brandels Hldg.. Omaha. Nsb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FARM For sale, choice 284 acres, in Drew
county, Arkansas ; cheap, on terms : well
improved; bargain. Lean Blythe, Monti
CALIFORNIA Little suburban farms near
Los Angeles for sale, easy pay menu,
Write E. R. Walte, Shawnee, Okla.
Colorado Farm and Cattle Ranch.
Eleven hundred acres, llrst class soil,
Irrigation water from private ditch which
runs the year round, two sets improve
ments, 75 miles northeast of Denver on
main line of IT. P. to Omaha. Will trade
for clear income property.
R. A. Hoffman. Greeley, Colo.
FOR SALE 160 a. farm, Irrigated land
under best ditch In county. Abundance
of water. Address owner. Box 71, K. 1
PALM BEACH COUNTY We have the
record crop truck, garden and citrus fruit
land In the United States. Buy land on
easy terms from A. Parsons ft Son, 6(2
Brandels Bldg. Phone Douglas 7840.
Note A personally conducted excursion
to the Sunny Sou Lb lea Omana Janu-
1 ary 16; already some of Omaha's leading
business men have Joined us. Make your
reservation ear' .
RAISE ALFALFA IN FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) this winter. First cutting, 90 days;
$60 to $80 annually on $60 land. Hi
Paxtoa Bllt Walnut 251 (evenings).
EIGHTY acres, 25 miles Council Bluffs;
about one-third alfalfa; balance- fruit.
pasture; timber, plow land; small build
in bb; $75.00 per acre, Bargain, account
advanced age. 4706 N. 36th Ave., Omaha,
Phone Colfax 637.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $(
monthly; no Interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land ; cioso to a Dig msraets
Write for Photographs and full In forma
tlon. Munger, A-119, N. Y. Life Bldg..
Kansas City, Mo.
rARM AND RANCH LANDS
MINNESOTA LAND HEALERS.
IP, 000 acres hardwood cut over ttrobe
lands, easily cleared, without question the
best colonisation proportion m North Cen
tral Minnesota, good roads. Will subdi
vide to suit purchasers or assist In or
giintilng a syndics tu to take over the en
tire tract. This Is located in two town
uhlpa owned by an Iowa bun in cm man,
who will null on easy terms If necessary
and attractive price. For detailed infor
mation writ to 11. L. Nehls ft Co., Cedar
p iiia. la.
BAKOA.N 426aVre stock ''farm 46mlles
from Minneapolis, about 110 acres under
cultivation, balance meadow and pasture
land; will cut euveral hundred tons good
quality bay. fair set buildings, good soli,
an excellent farm for stock; $36 per acre;
one-half cash Schwab Bros. 1038 Ply.
mouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Ulna.
NEAR SOUTH OMAHA.
$40 acres: Beat crop-growing land In
the state. Corn making 76 bushels to
acre; i(0 tons alfalfa raised on placs
this year. This Is all valley lend, all level
and tillable xcept a few acres around
buildings and feed lots. Modern bouse,
good barn, large sheep barn, eornerlb. bog
bouses and all necessary buildings for
cattle, bog and sheep feeding. Water
piped to all buildings and feed lota. Floe
blue grass pasture. All heavy blsck loam
oil. Located near grade and high schools
and only one-halt mile from luterurban
car line. For price and ttrma Inquire of
C R. Combe, 809 Brandels Theater Bldg,,
Omaha, Neb Phone Doug. 3910.
640 acres choice wheat land. In fine lo
cation ; good 6 -room house, barn 32x46,
good water supply; 320 acres plowed, 200
acres fall wheat, which goes with place;
30 acres alfalfa, fenced hog-tight; land
well fenced and cross-fenced; near school.
Price. $26 per acre, cash, balance at
6 per cent.
J. H. CAMPBELL ft SON,
340 ACRES, Kimball county, wheat land, at
Jit. 00 per ac. ; all tillable; good loca
tion. Buy this If you want a real snap.
J. H CAMPBELL ft SON.
CAN sell or exchange any land you hare to
offer. C J Canan. McCague Bldg.
30 ACRES In Plat Umouth," Neb well lm
proved, by owner, B. F. Crook, Platta
1,000-A. FARM for sale or trade. D. $707.
A. W. Toland ft Co.. 448 Bee Bldg.
FARM LAND WANTED
1 HAVE some very good Omaha cottages to
exchange for la. or Neb. land. Write
roe, stating what you have. Address
9743, Omaha Bee.
RANCHES ancP Farm Lands bought sold
and eic hanged. 6. S. and R. E. Mont
DOTT JUNK YOUR OLD TIRES.
By our new process we vulcanize them
together, making two wornout tires Into
one of the fttmoua
TWO IN ONE
. DOUBLE TREAD TIRES.
THEY ARE EXTRA GOOD IN COLD
WE HAVE KNOWN THEM TO GO
OUR GUARANTEE, 3,000 MILES.
PRICES WHEN YOU FURNISH TWO
30x3 ..$6. 00! 33x4..$ 9.251
30x3".. 0.60 34x4.. 9. Ml
32x3.. 6.50 36x4.. 9.50
35x4 .. 11.15
34x3.. It. 20 36x4.. 10.05 ilxh
WORK IS DONE BY EXPERIENCED
TIRE REPAIR MEN.
If you have only one tiro we can furnish
the other at a reasonable price. If you
have no Urea look at above 11st.
Mall orders filled. Tires will be sent
C. O. D., with privileges -'of exminatton.
Specify the style of your rim. clincher or
Btraiftht sldo wanted.
WE DO A-l T1RJ5 REPAIRING.
THE 2-IN-l VULCANIZING CO.
Phone Douglad 3914. 1513 lavenport St.
Open Day and NlRht.
X. B, If you are huntler. write us
about our agency proposition.
Wo Buy Old Cars. Auto Parts for Sale.
iTOR BALr8 E VK RAL ELHCT K I(3C ARR
LIGHT DELIVERY TYPE, BODIES IN
FAIR CONDITION, MOTORS AND BAT
TERIES IN GOOD SHAPE. WILL SELL
AT ANY REASONABLE FIGURE. AD
DRESS. THE FLE1SH MANN COMPANY,
427 PLUM STREET, CINCINNATI. OHIO.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
8209 Farnam St.
1916 Cadillac "8."
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,738
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, la the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1918.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
1 7-paaa. 6 cyl. Franklin $260.00
1 cyl. Franklin, speedster 2(0.00
I single cyL motorcycle 36.00
TELL ft BiNKLEY,
2318 Harney SL Doug. 1(40.
Cash rebate on your auto Insurance pol
icy If your car Is equipped with
Phone Dougiaa 8217. 894 Brandela Bldg.
S.O.S. MOTOR CO.
2406 Leavenworth and
Fireproof storage, $6 per month. Day and
nignt service. rnone ryier m.
REBUILT high and low tenslonmagnetoes.
magneto parts and magneto repairs. Mat
tox. 1436 South 16th. Tyler 1113-J.
CROSSTOWN OARAGE, 315 S. 24th St
Douglas 444Z. Farts lor Hup ZD, Apper
son, Oldsmobile, 1. H. C. truck, eto. Used
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO..
Douglas 861. 13U-1S Farnam St
FOR SALE My 19K, Overland touring, just
overhauled and reflnlsbed. Must sacrifice,
as leaving lty. Call D. 5661 after 6 p. m.
BALL and roller boa rings all makes of cars.
good as new at hair tue price. Mattox,
1436 South 16th. Tyler 1113-J.
WE will trade yaa a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO.,
20tb and Harney Douglas 6281.
FOR SALE Owing to my leaving city, my
1915 Overland coupe tn for sale, cheap,
cash or payments. Address Apt. 807,
FIRST reasonable cash offer tBkea my 1915
Maxwell touring cur, Juut like new. Call
Ty I er IKK, after 6 p. m.
ONE 1917 new Ford touring car and ulso
one 1313 Cadillac Eight. George Ross,
BERTSCH Y "Kan-Fix-It." Southeast cor
ner !10th and Harney Sts Dougiaa 7298.
ONE 1,600-lb. Bulck truck.
See Blhler, 111
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT uto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Garagv, 010 Har
ney Si. Tyler ((6.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
THE DUN"1T" "Auto Repair "and Salvage
Co. We buy junk cars. 910 N. 23d. TeL
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service, and
prices right 218 S. ltb St. D 739.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
Below Is a partial list of our I tn 1 rut
Can I zed tires:
20x3 $8.00 14x4 ....$ 9 64
$0X3... S 60 36x4.. 11. 1ft
(3x4 .... t.2( (6x4.... 11. 00
2 IN 1 VULCANIZING CO.,
1(18-18 Davenport Dougiaa 291c
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor Roos,
"The Motorcycle iian. Leavenworth.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
DAMAGED screenings. 11.60 a hundred. A.
W. Wagner. 101 N. 16tb.
Dr. E. R- Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases wlthoot sui-gtca!
operation. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid until cured- Wrltj for book on rec
tal diseases with leatlmoniala DR. B. R
TARRY. 140 Bee Bldg., Omana. Nab.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licits your old clothing, furntture, mega
ilnee We collect. We distribute. Pbott
Doug. 411!b and our nagon wilt call. Call
stid inspect our new home 1110-1112-1114
STA ATS INSTITUTE, 1(06 Harney; mus
cular masaago; baths of all kinds. Open
from a. m. to 9 p. m Doug. 7097.
THE GREATEST GAIN 48,788
Omaha paper, is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTSLOWEST RATH
Sulphur, steam and eucalyyptus baths for
chronic diseases; extra attendant for ladles
and gentlemen. 4U2-3 Hose Bldg. Ty. 2363.
MISS NASI! , ii RUG MAN, scientific masseuse
and baths. 803 Karbach Blk. Red 2727.
RUPTUKKSucceasfully treated without
surgical operation. Call or write Dr.
Frank H. iVray, JC6 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA'S MKS'S SPECIALIST.
119 CROUNSE BLK OPPOSITE P O. east
MISSES LILLY "AND GOULD Bath! mas
sage 1322 Farnam St. Phone Doug. 2419
LUELLA " W'KnSTKRl massago and mani
curing. 518 Paxton Blk. Red 2400.
YOUNG couple with no children want baby
to board. Tel. Web, 6311.
SCIENTIFIC massage. 620 Bee Bldg. Phone
G. L, G. of New Orleans; Communicate with
Lll at once.
Manicuring and mass. 1433 Farnam Rm. IS.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the Federal
Farm Loan Board has opened a subscrip
tion book at the office of the Collector of
Internal Revenue for the receipt of sub
scriptions to $760,000 capital stock of the
Federal land Bank of Omaha. This stock
will consist of 160.000 shares of the par
value of five dollars ($6) each. Sub
scriptions may be made by individuals,
firms or corporations, or by the govern
ment of any state or of the United States.
Books will be open January 10, 1917,
and close February 9, 1917. The Farm
Loan Board expressly reserves the right
to reject or reduce any subscription. In
accordance with the provisions of the Act,
the Secretary of the Treasury wilt sub
scribe, on behalf of the United States, to
the balance of said capitalisation remain
ing unsubscribed at the closing of the
books. Cash or a certified check to the
amount of 20 per cent of the amount sub
scribed for, vis., $1 per share, drawn to
the order of the Secretary or the Treasury,
must accompany each subscription. Sub
scriptions may be made In person at the
office of said Collector or Internal Rev
enue in the City of Omaha or m At led to
the Federal Farm Loan Board, Treasury
Department, Washington, i, u, tn the fol
lowing form; "I hereby subscribe tc
shares of the Capital Stock of the Federal
Li.nd Bank of Omaha of the par value
of $5 each, and enclose, herewith, certified
check to the order of the Secretary of
Treasury for $ - , being 30 per cent
of the amount or my subscription.
i (Signature and address of sub
By order of the Federal Farm Loan
Board. Washington, D. C, January 3.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
The Bee Building Company will be held at
the office of that company at Omaha at 4
for the purpose of electing directors lor the
ensuing year and the transaction of such
other business as may properly coma before
By order of the President.
N. P. FUIL, .Secretary.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Omaha
Gas Company wilt be held at the office of
the Company, 1509 Howard St., at 10:30 a.
Monday, January loth, ll 7, for the
election of Directors for the ensuing year.
and for the transaction of such other busi
ness an may come before the meeting.
FRANK T. HAMILTON, President
GEO. W. CLABAUOH, Secretary.
844 J an Cd lOt
REAL ESJATE TRANSFERS
Augusta A. Hacklund to V. P. P.
Chiodo, southwest corner Twenty -fifth
avenue and Mason street, 40x
Charles W. Martin and wife to HJal-
mar Felrson Uterus, Ida street. 4U
feet east of Twenty-eighth avenue,
south side, 44x130
Barker company to Frances 1
Thomas, Forty-fifth street, 1XU
feet north of California street, west
Burt L. Dan forth and wife to Charlea
Fantle et al, southwest corner Thirty-second
ptrtet and Popplwton avn
nue, 100x117 3
Charles W. Martin anri wife to Minnie
Mataon Blackett, Kauman stroet,
42 feet east of Twenty-eighth ave
nue, north side, 44x120; Newport
street, 127.5 feet east of Thirtieth
h tree I, south side, 42x120; Mht.v
ntropt. 127.5 feet west of Twenty
eighth avenue, south side, 4ixl20..
Evelyn E. Robblnn to W. II. Johnson,
Miami street, 107 feci eust of Thir
tieth street, south Bide, 60x127..,.
Barktir company to Our Savior's Nor-wcKia-n-Danlnh
tion IT. A. C, northeast corner Ore
gon Trail and Izard street. Irregu
lar, approximately 8. 1x125
Joseph H. Archer, trustee, to Mary
L. Grtrrllh. Harney street, (t rset
west of Forty-first street, north
Mabel Adams Mr Flrlde and hu mound
to Mary L. Griffith, Harney street,
133 feet west of Forty-first street,
north side, 44x137.6
Scott ft Hill company to Sarah A.
Downey, northwest corner Thirty -second
and Oak streets, 40x114.6..
Jerry McOahon to Sarah C. McGahon,
Twenty-sixth street, 226 feel south
of Hprague street., west side, 25x
100; RukkIh wireet, 200 fuitt west
of Thirty-third street, south ftltuV,
Whan on Construction company to
Herman A. Glseke, Harold avenue.
Benson, 160 feet north of McKin
ny street, west side, 40x140
Henry Rings Bolton to Hulda Bolton,
Meredith avenue, 181 feet west of
Thirty-third street, north aide, 47x
Hulda Bolton to John A. McKenzle,
Meredith avenue, 181 feet west of
Thirty-third street, north aide, 47x
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, lo E. V.
Hvoboda, northweiti corner Twenti
eth and Pierce streets. HOxUH ....
Pearson, Nebraska Man,
Comes to Succeed Covert
O. E. Pearson has arrived from the
gcncr.il offices in Chicago and at Bur
lington headquarters here has sue
ceeded George W. Covert as assist
ant superintendent of transportation.
Mr. Covert has held the position eight
years and is being transferred to Chi
cago. Mr. Pearson who comes to Omaha
was born and reared near Holdrege,
this state, and has been with the Bur
lington since he was a small boy. He
is about 5s years ot age.
President Wright Will
Address Credit Men
H. V. Wright, elected to the prcsi
dency of the National Retail Credit
Men's association when that body
convened m Umaha last August, will
address the local organization in the
south dining room of the Commercial
club at 12:30 p. m. Saturday.
LIVE ST0CK MARKET
Moderate Bun of Cattle Finds
Ready Sale to Packers at
Steady to Strong Prices.
BIO HOG RUN AND PRICES UP
Omaha, January 13, 1917.
Official Monday ....
Official Tueada? . .
Official Thursday .
Estimate Friday . .
Five days this week ... 33, 763 106,44 77,777
Same days last week.. 27. 576 41.9(4 63.613
ys 2 Whs. ago . 16, 963 41.864
Sttme dayx 3 wkx. ago.. 30,863 77,934 44.4:0
Same da 4 was. ago. 34.965 11,198 08,465
tine days last year. .;'h.:93 i,in
Receipts and disposition of live utock at
hr Union stock yards. Omaha for twenty-
four hours ending at 3 p. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C . M ft St. P. t 3 R
Missouri Pacific ... 23 2
Union Pacific 9 36 14
C. ft N. W., east.. 2 6
C. ft N. W, west.. 8 84 1 1
C, St. P,, M. ft O.. 9 U 1
C, It. ft Q., east.. ..
C, B. ft Q., west.. 17 (0
C. R. I. ft P., east 2 16 6
C, R 1. A P . west .. 1
Illinois Central 3 4
Chi. tit. West $
Total receipts .. 78 310 .13 1
Morris A Co
3, US 7
Swift ft Co
'udahy Packing Co
Armour ft Co
Schwartz ft Co
Lincoln Packing Co.. 1
O. Pack, Co K
Corr Pack Co
Benton. Vansant & L 19
Hill A Son 60
F. II. Lewis 19
. Root ft Co 41
J. 11. Bulla 1
F. O. Kellogg 43
Wertholmer ft Degen. 11
F. Hamilton 7
Sullivan Bros 25
Rothschild A Krebs.. 17
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.. 39
HI UK Ins 3
Banner Bros 40
lohn Harvey 90
Dennis A Francis .. 16
Jensen A Lungren.. IS
Other buyers 214
Totals Ml 17,146 9,818
Pattl .Thgr was the usual moderate
Friday run of cattle today, soventy-four
loads, about 1,100 head, and the offerings
included comparatively few very desirable
beef a Leers. Demand from packers was
fairly active and anything at all attractive
found a ready sale at steady to strong
prices, the medium and common staff as
usual being rather slow sale at uncertain
figures. Call for cows and heifers was
broad and prices "firmly held for useful of
ferings of all grades, and both butcher and
canner slock Is Belling right around I he
best prices of the season. Compared with
a week ago, the general market for kilting
stock is just a shade higher and the un
dertone lo trade Is decidedly strong.
In Blockers and feeders business was in
clined to be draagy owing to the fact that
eastern railroads have refused to take out
stock on account of thes hortage or stock
cars, Good to choice grades of all weights
are selling rapidly at very strong prices,
but on the general run of stock cattle and
feeding steers the trend of values was
lower both yesterday and today, and sup
plies have shown a tendency to accumulate
In the yards.
Quotations on came: uooa in couir.n
yearling beeves, $10.25911.69; good to
holoe weighty cornfed beeves, nu.uuv i i.wo;
fair to good cornfed hooves, $9.(0tfHO.0O;
common to fair cornfed beeves, $7,764)9.60;
rod to choice grass beeves. $8.0099.26; fair
to good grass beeves, $7.6OtfB.0O; common
to fair arras beeves. $6.(007.50; good to
choice heifers, $7.0008.(0; good to choice
cows. $7.flv4?8.0Q; fair to good cows, ik.ooq
(7.00: com -ion to rair cows, m.huvu.vu;
ortme feedlna steers. $8.5009.26; good to
chlce feeders, $H. 0008. 60; fair to good feed
ers, 87.608 00 ; common to fair reeoers,
(6.2607.00: fair to choice Blockers, $7,760
8.26; stock heifers. SU. 3608. 26' stock cows.
$6.600 7.60; stncK calves, i.uuv.ue; veai
calves. $7.(0010.00; beef bulls, stags, eto.,
$(.0007 76: bologna bulls, $5.bO0.oo.
Representative sales :
No. A v. Pr. No. A v. Pr.
6 773 650 7 62s $0 90
8 S17 7 00 21 67 7 16
. 11 on 8 on
.1118 9 15
.1090 S 35
.1071 9 60
.1272 9 70
12 907 10 on
.1326 10 10
.1427 10 10
20 1075 10 20
. . 991
. . 645
. , 966
.. . .1047
7 (0 I...
7 86 1...
6 00 19..
6. . ..
8 25 1 210
8 75 4! 348
9 10 2 160
9 76 1 160 10 00
Hogs The hog supply, while not as large
i on the three previous days, was liberal
for a Friday, around 209 cars, or 16,600
head, being reported In. The total for the
five days Is 105,446 head, lacking Just 1.000
of breaking the record for a week's re-
Yesterday's market was more active
around midday than at any other time, but
before a clearance was made buyers quit.
and thirty-five or forly cars had to be car
ried over for today. The car shortage was
relieved lo a small extent, shippers loading
out all of their email buy, and Morris ft
Co. getting cars for most of the hogs they
bought yesterday, as well as those they
had from the day before.
other markets reported generally strong
er prices and sellers who considered yester
day's decline lo a large extent unwar
ranted were out for higher prices today.
Shippers were inclined to go a little slow,
though they bought some hogs on early
rounds that were aa much as 10c higher.
Packers came out with offers that were
strong to 6c higher, but sellnrs were pricing
their hogs at greater upturns than that
and little sold until well along In the
Some huHness was done before 11 o'clock
on a 6c hi a her basis, hut most sellers hung
on and In (he end they carried their point,
the bulk of the offerings selling 10016c
higher than yesterday. Iater rounds were
active, and for the first time since Mon
day, a pretty decent clearance had been
made by mid -day. Of counts there were
some underweights and real plain kinds
that had a slow time of It, but anything at
all deulrablo moved readily once the mar
ket got started.
The general market was 6010c higher,
and a big end of the sales looked 10016c
blgber. Most of the offerings moved at
$10.00010.40, with a sprinkling of the least
dMlrable kinds "under the hill," and a
fair showing of the best butchers and
heavies on up to (10.60. the top.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Rh. Pr.
120 $9 90
... 10 16
... 10 2(
... 10 3(
... 10 (0
Sheep In spite of the fact that the lamb
supply has been so heavy here this week
demand was still brosri today and fat lambs
were active at an advance of fully 10016c.
Bulk of the offerings was cleaned up be
fore 1 1 o'clock, most of the M-ood lambs
moving at a spread of $13.40012.60, with
fair stuff on down toward $12.00, and choice
fed westerns an high as $13.75, a new rec
ord for tho market. Clippers were lacking
again today. Buyers quote best fresh clipped
lambs at $11.(0011.60 and fall clips would
probably sell to $11.76.
Old sheep, which have shown tittle change
since Tuesday, were ready sellers at an ad
vance similar to that quoted on lambs. A
good kind of handy ews brought $9,500
9.66, the latter price a record for the mar
ket. Umbft are mainly 25336c higher than
last week's close and In spite of heavy
runs are selling at the hlghust prices lu the
history of the market. Outside points, par
ticularly Chicago, have been moderately
supplied all week. Current cllppnd lamb
quotations are futly 26c above last Friday,
old muttons show a quarter upturn and
feeders have also sdvanceil around 35c.
Quota t Ions on sheep and lambs : I .am be,
good to choice. $13.40013.76; lambs, fair
to good, fn 00O13.40; lambs, clipped, $10.76
(f 11 75; lambs, feeders, $12.00013.00; year
lings, good In c hole A, $11.00012.00; year
lings, fair to choice, $10.00011,00; wethers,
fair tb choice, (9.50010.60; ewos good to
i-holce, $9 40(j9.65: ewes, fair to good, 18. no
09 40; ewe. pUiln to culls. $6.0007.76,
itwen. feeding. $. 0008.00.
No. Av. Pr
2:'6 fed Iambs 83 13 16
79 fi-d lambs 74 13 50
71 fed limb 74 13 35
216 fed lambs 74 13 35
326 fed lambs 74 13 36
230 fed lambs 83 IS 1E
413 Utah feeding ewes 106 8 7f
232 South Dakota Iambs 64 12 Si.
473 fed lambs SO 13 40
264 native feeding lambs 74 13 00
110 fed lambs 64 13 50
697 Wyoming lambs 76 1.1 36
91 cull lambs 6! 13 36
24 fed lambs 74 13 60
IKK fed Innibs 69 12 60
4HS fed lambs 79 1,1 40
379 fed lambs 73 IS 40
161 fed lambs 83 13 60
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Market for Cattle Weak Hogs Active
Chicago. Jan. 12. Cattle Receipts, 2.000
head; market weak; natlvu beef cattle, $7.75
011.80; western steers, $7.60010.00; stock
ers and feeders, $5.5O03..S5; cows and heif
er, $4. 40 ftl 0.00; calves. $9.76014.36.
Hugs Receipts, L'O.iioo head; market ae-
lUc to isc above yesterdays average
hulk of sales $10.45010.76; light, $10 ff tt and call accommodation resulted chic. h
10. 5; mixed, $10.26010 80; heavy, $10.60 from the email demand, the loan art-omit t
UVK6; rough, $10.36 010.50; plR, $7.7609.66. nf hrokers being reduced to nominal pro-
Sheep and Lambs Recolpts, 1,000 head;
market unsettled; wethers, $9.60 0 1U. 66 ;
ewes $7.2(010.36; lambs, $11.60014.00.
Rloux City IJve Stock Market,
Sioux Cllyl la., Jan. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1.000 hesd ; market steady ; beef
steers, $9.60011.00; butchers. $7. 0009.25;
fat cows and heifers, $6.0009.00; ranners,
$4.25 06.50; stockers and feeders, $6,600
ft .50; calves, (6.8008.60; balls, stags, etc..
$6.5007.60; feeding rows and heifers, $6.00
Hogs Receipts. 1 3.000 head ; market
strong; lixhts. $9.60019.00; mixed, $10,060
10 60; heavy, $10,46010 40; pigs. $8,000
8.60; bulk of sales, $10.0010.(0.
Sheep and Lair-be Receipts, 800 head;
market strong; fed muttons, $8.00011.(0;
wethers, (9. 00010.00; ewes, $8.3609.36;
lambs, $13.00018. $(.
Si, Leels Uve mock Market.
St. Loala, Jan. 11 Cattle Receipt. 8.000
head: market steady; native beef steers,
$7.60011.60; yearling steers and heifers.
$8.60011.60; cowa, $(.6008.60; stockers and
feeders, $5.3006.(0; prime southern beef
steers, $8.0009.00; beef cows and heifers,
$4.2607.60; prime yearling steers and heif
ers. $7.600900; native calves, $8.00013.(0.
Hogs Receipts, It. (00 head; market
higher; lights, $10.36010.66; pigs, 18.000
9.75; mixed and butchers, $10.40010.60;
good heavy, $10.7(010.80; bulk of sales,
Sheep and I ..amhe Receipts, 600 head;
market steady; lambs, (12.76013.76; ewes,
$6.6009,76; yearlings, $11.00012.26.
Kmmsui City Live Stock Market.
Kansas Ctty, Jan. 12. Cattle Receipts,
I. 200 head: market strong; prime fed stears,
$10.76011.(0; dressed beef steers, $8,500
1 0.60 ; western steers. $7.80011,00; cows,
$6.2509.00; heifers, $8.(0011.00: stockers
and feeders. $6.2509.00; bulls $6.0008.00;
Hogs Receipts, 9,000 head; market
hlKher: hulk of sales. $10.26010,85; heavy.
$10.60 019.70; packers and butchers, $10,400
10.65; light, $10.00010.60; pigs, $9.0009.76.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4.000 head;
mnrket higher; lambs, $13.00013.75; year
lings, $11.600 1185; wethers, $9.60010. 1(;
St. jeeeph Live Stork Market.
St Joseph. Jan. I J. Cattle Receipts,
800 head; market steady; steers, $7.(00
II. (0; rows ami heifers, $5.90010.00; calves,
Hogs Receipts, $,(00 head; market- 60
10c higher; top, $10.70; bnlk of sales, $10.20
Sheep and Lambs Rsoelnta, 1,000 head;
market steady to strong; lambs, $12,900
13.65; ewes, $9,0009.66.
Dtmf! RKVIKW OF TRADE.
Business Regains Momentum, With Caution
New York, Jan. 12. Dun's Review tomor
row will say:
With the end of the holidays snd annual
settlements, business has regained mo
mentum, though wholesome caution Is every
where manlfeat. While the outlook Is ob
scure, both buyers and sellers recognise that
transition to a moro natural rnnge of corn
mod it v n rices Is Inevitable snd among In
terests whoso requirements are covered far
ahead there Is a disposition to defer pur
chases In anticipation of concessions. Weekly
bank clearings, $6,357.43,07t).
New York Money Market.
New York, Jan. 12. Mercantile Paper
3i per cent.
Sterling Exchange 60-day bills, $4.71 H;
commercial 60-day bills on banks, $4.71;
commercial 60-day bills, $4.71 & ; demand,
$4.76; cables, 14.76.
Silver Bar, 74n; Mexican dollars, E7c.
Bonds Government. steady; railroad,
Time Loans Steady; sixty and ninety
days, 303 per cent; six months, 203
Call Money Steady: high, 3 per cent;
low. 1 per cent: ruling rate, 2 per cent;
last loan, 2 per cent; closing bid, 14 per
cent; offered at 2 per cent.
U. 8. r. 2s, reg. 994 L. A N. tin. 4s... 97
do coupon , . . 90 M. K. A T. 1st 4s 77
IT. S. 3s. rg 101 Mo. P. ron. 4s. .104
do couDon ...101 Mont. Power fis. .100
IT. S. 4s, reg. ...110 N. Y. C. deb, 6s. .112
no coupon . . -i i ft n. i .n.rt.stn.c.os. iu
A.T.AT.cv.4s..lfl3 cv. 6s 106
Anglo-French 5s. 92; No. Pacific 4s,... 96
Atch. gen. 4S,... 6 do 3s 68
B. ft O. 4s 93 Ore. 8. L. ref. 4s 94
Beth, m, rer. kb..iiii i-ao. t. a t. i..ii7
Central Pao. 1st.. 93 Penn. con. 4..107
C. ft O. cv. 4s. 86 do gen. 4...104
C B. ft Q. It. 4s 89 Reading gen. 4s., 96
C.,M.&St.P.cv.6a..l06,4 So. Pac. cv. (B...103
C. R. I. ft P. r. 48 77 do rer. 4s
C. ft S. ref. 4m. 86 So. Railway 6s..102H
I. ft K. U, c, is. mi union ran no 4s..iou
Erie gen. 4s 73 do cv. 4a 95
uen. iciec. ns. ..juomi nunoer os.iui
Ot. No. 1st 4s..lAIU. S. Steel 6s... .107
I C. ref, 4s 94 West. Union 48 98
K. C. So. ref, 6s 90 Doni. of C. 1931.100
New York, Jan. 12. Coffeu The leas fa
vor hie view of Deace prospects was fol
lowed hy a sharp break In the market for
coffee futures here today. Part of the coffee
recently purchased on peace prospects, talk
of an Import duty or advancing costs of Im
portation had probably been liquidated
earlier In the weak, but selling today was
more active than previously and after open
ins at a decline of 2 to 4 points active
months sold 22 to 26 points net lower. May
contracts broke to 9.70c, or about 37 points
from the high level of last Monday. The
decline was checked around the figures on
covering and thorn were slight rallies, with
the close showing a net loss of 17 to SO
points. Sales, 96,600 bugs. January, 8.68c;
February 8.63c; March, 8.68c; April, 0.70c;
May, 8.72c; June. 8.78c; July, 8.83c; August,
8.Hc; September, 8.91c; October, 8.96t; No
vember, 9.01r; December. 9.06c. Spot, quiet;
Itlo 7s. 10c: Santos 4s. 11c. Very few fresh
offers were reported from Bras) I. Santos 4s
rirt said to be available at lOUf! American
and 10.80c Iondon credits. A sale of Rio 7a
was reported lato yesterday at 9:50c Araeri
run rrndlts. The official cahlos reported I
decline of 76 rets at Rio, with Santos un
changed to 26 re Is higher on futures.
New York, Jan. 1 2. Cotton Futures
opened firm; January. 17.94c; March, 18.16c,
May. 18.46c; July, 19.61e; October. 17.22c,
Spot cotton quiet; middling upland, 18.1(0.
Futures closed steady; January. 18.07c
March, 18.20c: May, 18.42c; July, 18.44c
The cotton market closed steady at
advance of 4 to 8 points.
Liverpool, Jan. 12. Cotton Spot, easier
good middling, 11.27d: middling, 11. lid; low
middling, 10.93d. Sales, 7,000 bales.
London Stocks and Bonds.
liondon, Jan. 12. American securities
were practically neglected and closed quiet
on the stock exchange here today.
Silver Bar, 36rt per ounce.
Money 4 per rent.
Discount Ratca Short hills, ( per cent
three months, b per cent.
Crude Oil Again Rises.
Independence, Kan., Jan. 12. An ad
vance of 10 cents a barrel for crude oil.
posted by the Prairie Oil and Oss company
hor today, brought the price up to $1.70,
said by operators to be 16 cents higher
than ever had been paid by the company
in the mid-coniinent neia.
Omaha, Jan. 12. Hank clearings for to
day were $6,446,814.69 awl for the corre
sponding day last year 13, l6, 930.34.
Allen Bill Sent Hack.
Washington, Jan. 12. The Immigration
hill was sent back to conference by the
house today to chango the date of its effect
from July 1 to Muy 1. It has paused both
HEW YORK STOCKS'
Net Result of Professional
Trading Is Inconsiderable.
PEIOES YIELDING SLIGHTLY
New York, .Tsn. 12. The net result of to
day's professional stock market trading was
Inconsiderable, Mpeeulatlve Issues as usuul
comprising the bulk of the light turnover at
Irregular changes. Gains of 1 lo almost 3
points at the opening mainly to short cover
ing on the tenor of the response of the en
tente allies were aomi effaced.
In the later dealings rallies carried sonic
leaders back to best quotation of the morn
titfr, but the movement lacked outride mp
port, prices yielding nhtfhtly before t' cluac
on moderate pretuture.
Operations emhraced a larger number of
separate Issues ihan recently, but transai -tlona,
except In United States Steel. Coppers
Otis and Industrial Alcohol were mostly hi
small tots. The uncertain trend of such mer
curial shares as Texat Company, General
Motors and Alcohol, which fluctuated from
S to 10 points was not calculated to Inspire
confidence. Canadian Pacific, New Haven
and Rock Inland wore once more the leant
Impressive features of the railway group.
Reading and some of the minor coaler
making a better showing. The balance of
the Hat attracted little attention and evtii
leas support. Total sales of stocks amounted
to 680.000 shares.
Money movements of the week Indicate a
further material strengthening ot local hxnU
reserves, the large gold Imports being nuji
mented by a return flow of currency from
Interior reserve centers. Continued eas
That the year a likely to be one or large
domestic financing was further evidenced
by the announcement of the purchase by an
nternatlonal banking house of $60,000,000.
first mortgage 6 per cent bonds of the United
states Hunber company, the proceeds to no
used mainly for refunding purposes. Other
large Industrial companies as well as rail
roads aro expected to engage lnstmllar op
erations. Investment bonds. Including Internationals,
were steady to strong, but speculative Issues
were vartabty lower. Total sales, par value.
United States bonds were uric banged on
Number of sales and quotations on load
ing stocks were;
Bales. High. Low. CI en-.
Am. fleet Sugar... 2.100 6i 92 92Tt
1,900 6 tiOVfc 664
6.400 n 76 76
6,000 111 110H 110H
1 000 J23W 123 123S
Am. Car ft Foundry
Am. Smelt A Ref..
Am. Tel. A Tel....
Am. Z.. L A 8. . ..
1,300 3fl 364 B&N,
16,000 H:iS 82 82--U
1,700 10474 104 104
Bald. Looomotlve. ,
Baltimore A Ohto,,
Brook. Rapid Tran. .
B. A S. Copper
4,800 56S (4 (5
1,200 S3 83H H
1,800 47 it 48
400 25 2444 34
Canadian Pacific . .
1,600 109 166 168
Central Leather... 18.600 93
Chesapeake A Ohio. 1,600 64
it,, M. a bl
Chlcas-o A N. W...
C. R. I. A P. Ry..
Colo. Fuel A Iron. .
Corn Products Ref.
1 000 27
1,000 168 167 166
Great No. pfd
1.1 . 79
ureal mi. iro cue,
300 108 106 106
700 15 IS 15
inter, con. corn.
5,200 (7 6$ 5.6
Int. M. M. pfd. ctfs. 20.600
K. C. Southern
Kennecott Conner. . 14.100 46
L.OUISV1NO a iNasn J.H'I
Mex. Petroleum.... 19.900 106 103 104
Miami Copper 800 41 40 40
M.. K. A T. pfd.... 200 18 18 18
Missouri Pacific 13
2.600 24 23 23
3,600 101 100 101
4,100 46 45 4
300 133 132 183
9,100 108 107 107
Nevada Copper. . . .
New York Central..
T.. N. H. A II. .
Norfolk A Western
Pacific Mail 19
Par. Tel. A Tel....
Ray Con. Copper. . .
Hep. Iron A Steel. .
Sh at tuck Aris. Cop.
Southern Pacific, . .
fi 300 30
Texas Company ....
3.600 106 104 104
20.400 239 227 130
2,000 143 148 143
200 84 84 83
33,400 121 117 119
Union Panifla nfd. .
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol.
17. B Steel 199,400 118 113 111
II. H. Steel pfd. .
j.too li'u iau iiv(
11,800 105 104 104
400 29 26 28
500 96 95 96
1,300 (3 63 63 'i
wauasn pin. .
Westing house Blec
Total sales for the day, 880,000 shares.
New Lutheran Congregation
Organized on North Side
A new general synod Lutheran
congregation was organized Sunday
morning at the Prairie Park hall,
2605 Ames avenue, and was named
the Lutheran Church of Our Re
deemer. This congregation is the
result of the efforts of the Kountzc
Memorial church, which started a
Sundav school at Twenty-fourtli
street and Ames avenue early in Oc
tober a year ago. Rev. W. 1. Kahsc,
the missionary superintendent of the
Nebraska synod, has tult charge 01
this new organization. For the pres
ent only morning services are held,
as follows: Sunday school at 10
o'clock and morning worship at II
Lee Fletcher, Retired
Farmer, Called by Death
Lee R. Fletcher, 80 years of age,
died at his homeVt Thirty-seventh
street and Laurel avenue after a pro
tracted illness. The body will be
taken to Blair, Neb., for interment m
the family lot.
Mr. Fletcher was a pioneer of
Blair, where 'lie was engaged in farm
ing for many years. He retired re
cently and came to Omaha to reside.
In addition to Ins widow, he is sur
vived by two daughters, Mrs. William
Gould of Omaha and Mrs. William
Watson of Colorado, and four sons.
Karl R. of Bancroft, Neb.; E. J. and
Omar of Nacora, and Clifford J. of
Annual Dinner Given
To Department Managers
An annual "get-together" dinner
was given Thursday at the Fontenclle
hotel by the Burgess-Nash company
to their department managers.
About sixty executives and depart
ment heads attended the dinner. Mr.
Burgess, Mr. Nash and several new
members of the organization gave
short addresses on co-operation be
tween the department managers and
their respective departments.
These dinners are an annual affair
and given with a view to promoting
closer and more effective teamwork
among the many buyers and execu
tives in the Burgess-Nash organiza
tion. Trinity Lutheran Church
Holds Its Annual Meeting
The second annual meeting of the
Trinity Lutheran church, corner
Twenty-fifth street and Ames avenue,
was held Monday evening, with elec
tion of officers. A. G. Danielson was
re-elected deacon; T. Tynell and A.
E. Nygreen were re-elected trustees.
Harry W. Swanson and C. A. John
son were elected delegates to the
Augustana synodical meeting at Rock
Island, HI., ill June, where a big 400th
anniversary celebration of Martin
Luther will be held. A. G. Wester
berg and Edward Strandbe'g were
elected delegates to the Nebraska
conference of the Augustana synod
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