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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. MARCH 20, 1917.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
6-R., CLOSE IN, 407 N. Slit, modern
xcept furnace; walking distance; $21.60,
OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AGENCY,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 114 Her., Ty. 60.
fc-R., 191$ EMMET, good loratlon. mod.
furnace, water paid; only 13; anap for
1814 Har., Ty. 50.
SEVEN-ROOM, steam-heated. 36: nea
postoffice. G. P. Stebbins, 1410 Chloaio.
i-ROOM apartment, all modern, steam heat.
3000 no. Jfith St. phons web. ltoa.
1633 DAVENPORT, 4 mil, $25.80. E. H
Ben tier. Ramge Ulk., T. 8406.
I-R. BEAUTIFUL FLAT, close In. 209 Pax
too Court, between 26th Ave. and 20th,
Douglas and Famam; NEW: gas range,
refrigerator, window shades and curtain
tods all furnlebud; very choice; $35.
l-r. In good location. 180ft Emmet,
Kountxe Place; large porch and yard
gas range furnished; very choice; $27.50.
-r., 2827 Davenport, hu.nualuw nat
vacant April a; nearly new, itucco; very
l-r., 1303 & 27th; NEW; aleeplng porch
r aim parlor; nicely decorated; don t fan
to aee this; 330.
l-r., 1717-21 Parle Ave, across from
Hans com Park ; new oak floors, electric
Qxtures. and large porch; $30.
SEND FOR OUR WEEKLY PRINTED
OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AGENCY.
FASTINGS H ETDEN, 1614 Har.. Ty,
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
WILL make ' concession to good party on
corner store, 14th and YHrt, elegant lo
cation. New, trick tulldlng, excellent
location for grocery or any other
liable bustne.s. See. us for particulars.
HASTINGS a HEYDEN, 1614 Har. Ty. 50.
NEW modern stores on Leavenworth, be
tween 14th and 25th Sts.; $80 to $50.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1802 FARNAM BT.
MODERN --tore, 14th St., near postoffice,
$7 month O. P. Stebbins. 1619 Chicago.
MODERN STORES AND OFFICES IN Far-
nam Bldjr. F'rst Trust Co.. P. 1151.
4718 S. I4TH, near P. O., $85.00. E. H.
Benner Ce Ramge Blk., D. 8406.
Offices and Desk Room.
Sngie and en salt. I us central I oca-
Rftoni ijff. Dbtfclag 162$.
BKmiL&iM etom biota tn the remodeled
Crovnn block, lit U. 18th St. (opposite
postoffice. 1Q to 116 per month. Conrad
Young, ZH Branded Theater. Doug. 1171.
FOR R.NT Three large office rooms, nice
ly ventilated; oaJt floor and woodwork;
a look at these win satisfy you. 1814 Har
ney St. J. H. London.
OFFICE, room suitable for deii'lst; reason.
able rent. Utb and Howard. Doug. 151.
CHOICE office apace. Balrd Blrtg,. I7tb and
uougias. jacuague in" uo.
Garages and Barns.
OARAOE for two machines; good drive-up.
1541 south 25th St. Red 1881
AUTO garage end t" rm 1028 Davenport.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments nd Houmi,
WB miut have more house, to rent.
w. har. practically rented every house
on our ltat and w. have hundreds of
ell.Dts welling and looking for good rental
property. Call us for particulars.
OMAHA LARGEST RENTAL AOCT,
HASTINGS a HBYDBff, 1 Har. Ty. ,0,
We wilt secure a desirable tenant for
your vacant store, house or flat within 30
days If en the South Side and In a tenable
condition, or pay you a month s rent.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
INCORPORATED CAPITAL. 185.000,
4,21 a S4th St. Phone South 1247.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
BUY FROM OWNER.
7-ROOM MODERN HOS:E IN CREIGH-
TON COLLEGE DISTRICT, COLONNADE
OPENING, HARDWOOD FLOOR, EN
TIRELT MODERN. LOT 80x130. OWN
IR PAID S6,0 FOR THIS HOUSE ;
TEARS AGO. PRICE 14,700.
CALL HARNEY 4051
A GENTLEMAN'S HOME.
Overlooking Hanscom Park. Plot ItOx
- 180, contain, twelve large roomt. three
oaths with toilets, innumerable closets and
pantries, steam heat, seven fireplaces and
finished In oak and mahogany. Price
111,000. and enly la. 600 cash required.
SOUTH OMAHA' INVESTMENT CO.,
4026 S. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
THE FEBRUARY SCORE,
of Paid Classified compared with 1916
THE BEE sained 19(7 lines
THE NEWS gained 770 lines
THE WORLD-HERALD LOST. .14 lines
Figures compiled by Warfield Adv.
Agey., an Independent audit bureau.
$300 DOWN AND $25 A MONTH.
7-room strictly modern home; located
near 40th and Cumlrig; full basement;
furnace heat; sooth front; bargain figure.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
$37 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
FOR SALE Must sell modern home; sleep
Ing porch and garage. In vicinity of
Crelghton university. Terms. Telephone
(ROOM HOUSE, big front porch, balcony,
chicken house; two lots, alt fenced; one
block to car, two blocks to school. Call
$100 CASH-$20 MONTH.
184$ No. 18th St., 5 rooms, all modem
except heat, corner lot, with both street
Here la a chance to get a home for what
you are now paying for rent, and the
price at $1,600 la very low.
348.7-$ Omaha Naf. Bank Tyler r,(j,'
Strictly modern, G-room bungalow; lot
80x157; near Prospect Hill; only 1 block
t car; reasonable. Price, $3,200.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
1016-1018 W. O. W. Building.
Fire rooms, Strictly modern, finished In
aak. Located at 3923 N. 26th St. Price
$1,160. Terms. Will take small cottage
NORRIS NOR R 18,
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglaa 427$.
BEAUTIFUL FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW.
Will sacrifice CI, $00 equity for $800 cash.
Brand new, oak floor; oak and white en
amel nniBh. Phone Colfax 4193.
FIVE-BOOM, modern and tip to date" '22nd
and Ames. Wobstsr 4221. '
f-ROOM bungalow, good condition; ground
176x188 feet. $811 N. 30th. Webster 2228.
Hanscom Park, $4,000
An attractive 7-room modern house.
- nearly new. full east front lot, one block
f south of Hanscom Park. Extra good
sl GLOVER & SPAIN, (Realtors),
Doug. 1182. 911-30 city Nat. Bk. Bldg,
FOR BALE by owner, 2 acres, good house,
all kind of fruit. Walnut mr
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
NEW WALKING DISTANCE
I -room bungalow, oak finish, handsomely
decora Ud, 40 ft. lot. paving all paid. IliMt
cash and balance of $36.60 monthly will
put you in immediate possession uf thin
bargain. Rasp llroa., 210 Kueline Bldg.
Stucco construction, 6 Urge light rooms.
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
$3,800. Easy terms. Another now build
ing for $3,660. Tall Douglas 1722 days,
Walnut 1SS0 evenings.
YOU NO man. Is "Homeword Dound" your
slogan? You win the girl, we'll help you
win a home.
INTERSTATE REALTT CO.,
$29-30 City Nat. Doug. $862.
tj-ROOM cottage, $100
7-room house. $200 i
413 ltee Bldg.
NEW bungalow, also 8-r. and gardening,
your terms and prlre; Inv. with $400 rent
S houna frost $!.50n, $2,500. D. 21fl7.
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and lneur
an re. 442 Itee fiMg. Douglas S0B7.
WORLD REALTY CO.
R. S. TRUMBULL,
612 World-H -raid HI d g.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
TWO acres, vacant, three blocks north of
ouniry ciud. city water, cement aide-
wains. i.iu, u&o cash, $10 per mo,
Will build house on this and sell on terms.
ll-AKH. HBALTY CO., Doug. 1&19.
have t aood lota nar Sttth and PoU.
fnmla, tn cathedral district Price right.
r. V. tt II, ailf 3. IBID Bt,
THE FEBRUARY SCORE
of Paid Classified compared with 191$
THE BEE gained $.967 lines
THE NEWS gained 770 lines
THE WORLD HERALD LOST.. 14 lines
Figures compiled by Warfteld Ad
Agcy.. an Independent audit bureau.
AFTER looking at MINNA LUBA $00 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
barked their judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
unaerstana wny the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN k CO.
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
ACRES, partly Improved, north part of
vivy. n. jm coring, szv we Deter tit, Doug.
FOR SALE Acre tract In Lontrdaie Addl
tlon; two blocks from car line; cash or
oasy terms. Address Box 2082. Bee.
UHAUTlFUL t ot lots, rice $220, only
$2 cash and SO cents per wee... Doug. 3392.
FARMS, acreage and Dundee property
specialty. S. ARION LEWIS. 408 Bee.
REAL ESTATE Investments
A 4-flat brick building, located near Jut
and Davenport Sts., $ years old, renting
for $1,600 per year. Each tenant furnishes
own heat. Come to office and see plants;
don't disturb tenant. Price $18,600. Pays
edoui s per cent on investment.
C. G. CARLBERG (REALTOR),
oiv-mM pmnuen l neater tilag.
7 GUARANTEED YOU
On your money In any amount by '
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
$1.00 Shares. Omaha.
THE FEBRUARY 8CORE
of Pakl Classified compared with 1918:
THE BEB gained 8,987 lines
THE NEWS gained 770 line
THE WORLD-HERALD LOST. . 14 lines
Figures complied by Warfield Adv,
Agpy., an Independent audit bureau.
$76,000, In come 12 per cent; one year
old; very fine location; mortgage $26,000
ana win accept izu.ouo in trade; bal
ance cash or negotiable papers.
CALKINS & CO..
Douglas tyNJiBan,c BId
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY A SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
THE FEBRUARY SCORE
of Paid Classified compared with 1916
THE BEE gained.,., 8,697 lines
THE NEWS gained 770 Urn
THE WORLD-HERALD LOST. . 14 lines
Figures compiled by warfield Adv.
Agcy., an Independent audit bureau.
WANTED 4, 6 and 6 -room houses that
be sold for $100 cash, balance $15 per
month; send complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1820 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1064.
LIST your 5 and 6 -room houses with us.
WE SELL THKM, OSBORNE REALTY
CO., Doug. 1474.
IF YOU HAVE $500 YOU
WOULD LIKE TO SEE
DOUBLE ITSELF FOR
YOU IN THREE YEARS,
ANSWER THIS AD.
and tell us where to find you.
No money? Don't answer. We're busy.
Box 2157, Bee.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans. City
Nat. Bk. BWg.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans promptly made.
Rates, 6, 6 and 6 per cent. Reasonable
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th, Omsha, Net).
City and Farm Loans
6, 64 and par cent Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
ale. J. H. Dumont A Co- 418-18 Keellne
Bitfg., 17th and Ha rney.
ft PER CENT to S per cent on best claw city
residences m amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commlaetoo,
PETERS TRUST CO.. is$ Farnem 8-
B1G 4 REALTY CO.. REAL ESTATE.
rnnus nu uir,
1014 W. Q, U. Bldg. Doug, tm.
SIIOPEN 4b CO, PRIVATE MONET.
MONEY on and for city
farm loans. H. W. Binder,
National Bank Bldg.
$2,000 MTGE., bearing pet. semi-annual,
sec urea ny property valued at $12,200. Tal-madge-Loomls
Inv. Co., W. O. W, Bldg.
$1,200 MTQE., bearing 6 pet. semi-annual,
secured by property valued at $6,500, Tal-madge-Loomls
Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
Om. Nat Bk. Bldg.
If ON BY HARRISON 4k MORTON,
91$ Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE R. B CO.. WIS Omsha Nat'l.
FARM and city loans. 6-6! and 6 per cent
w. h. Thomas. Keenne uiog. uoug. ia.
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates.
H ijOiHiKK. mo.. 6s Keenne Biag.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Bis,
LOW RATES. C. O. CARLBERO,
Brandtls Theater Bldg D BUS
NO DELAY In closing loans. W. T. Graham,
Stocks and Bonds.
WE offer for sale at bargain prices; 10
ph. ft com. common weai tn mortgage.
100 Coffetone. I Price Cereal. 200 Rainy
Mail Ex We pay spot cash for any se
curities of value. Win. H. Wood A Co.,
637-8-9 Andrus Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
$1,600 FOR I YRS. property worth $8,000.
WANTED To borrow $1,600; property
$8,000; 8 years' time. Douglas 1978.
GALLAGHER & NELSON.
Represent prompt pay Insurance oom
Mnlea t44 Bran dele Bldg.. Omaha Neb
Abstracts of Title.
W Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
ivyil loi a. ink St. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract Of
fice lo Nebraska, 201 Bran dels Theater.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FoR SALS or trail f, MV acres. Brown Co .
Neb., 80 acrvn hroke, $12.60 per acre;
mortgage $1,000. Owner will trade for 20.
40 acres close in. HU Brandela Bldg. Paul
Hydon. Phone Douglas 8711.
WE have some good homes and rental prop-
ttrttes for Neb, or Iowa land. Edward F.
Williams Co.. Omaha Nut. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'ne.s Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF, Rosltor. Ware Blk. SuecU
In downtown business property.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Florida Land $.
RAISE ALFALFA IN FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) this winter. First cutting. 90 day;
$60 to $$o annually on $tu land. $26
Paxton Blk.. Walnut $667 (evenings).
WILL Hell at a sacrifice 12 acres adjoining
Council Bluffs 10 acres bearing grupi-s;
acres garden. J. S. Mnsbacher, 1636 Mad'
iaou Ave., Council Bluffs,
TOR SALE CLOVER-LAND FARMS.
Grains thrive. Drouth, ball unknown.
Root crops, dairying, gracing. Ideal. Flue
roads, market! 143 growing days. Aver,
age killing frosts October $. Terms easy,
George RowelL Jr., 1$ Bacon Blk., Mar.
ttUALL MO. Farm $iu cash and $6 month
ly; no Interest or taiee; highly productive
land; close to I big markets. Writs for
photographs and full Information, Munger.
A-119 N Y. Life Bldg.. Ksnaae City. Mt
TH'. FEBRUARY SCORE.
of Paid Classified compared with 1HH
THE BEB gained , 8967 lines
THE NEWS gained 770 lines
THE WORLD HERALD LOST 14 lines
Figures compiled by Warfield Adv,
Agcy.. an Independent audit burea u.
CHOICE 180-acre Gage county farm. Im
proved; 120 acres under plow, one 14
miles from town and school.
ARCHER REALTY CO.,
680 Brandels Bldg.
SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payments
6 acres up. We farm the farm we eell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers' As
sociation, 16th and Howard Sts., Omaha.
WET land made dry enough (or crpn or
no pay is our way of draining land, No
tract too large or too wet. Guarantee
Drainage Co., Oakland. Neb.
FOR SALE Best large body high grade
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C Bradley, Wol
FOR SALE Unimproved quarter, near
Lodge Pole; -ilear; terms. W. 8. Craig,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
NEW DUNDEE HOME.
Six rooms stucco with prenned brick
foundation and tile roof. Largo living
room across front and open stairway! 8
good-sited bed rooms with 2 sleeping
porches; oak finish and "tc floors
throughout; bed rooms white enamel,
Bargain at $6,500, will make terms.
SHULER & CARY (Realtors),
Phone TV 6074. 204 Keellne Bldg.
Well located lots on easj terms. Mod
ern, attractive bouses. Before buying
be surs and see
GEORG - & CO.
DUNDEE homes and homeeltes,
Cary, 204 Keellne Bldg,
Having decided to move on a farm, will
sell our place, consisting of 8 large lots,
86x132, a variety of fruit, some bearing, on
2 lots, 1 lot vacant for potatoes, nearly
new 7 -room house, well finished all
through; g I barn, chicken house and
large chicken yard, a good vegetable
cave, cistern and well water. This place
is i biocKs from oar line at Florence.
Call Florence 268.
SOUTH OMAHA LAND .
At 48th and N Sts., In South Omaha,
we have an estate to offer at reduced
prices, on easy terms, the following:
3 lots together $ 360.00
$ lots together 1,000.00
7 lota together 1,200.00
I lots together 1,160.00
. N. P. DODGE & CO..
Douglas 829. Harney at 16th.
On a small cash payment we will buy
the lot you select, build a home after your
own plans and you osn pay for It on
small monthly payments, without extra
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
INCORPORATED CAPITAL $26,000.
4926 S. $4th St. Phons South 124T.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES.
On tb South Side, on full slaed lots,
ranging from 11,600 to 13,000 In different
localities, with all city Improvements
near schools and churches; can be bought
from us on a small cash payment,
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
4936 S. IMih St. Phone South 147.
HERB 18 A BARGAIN.
Two 4-room houses on corner lot, 60x160.
on car line and paved street Ons rants
for 10 a month, and live In the other.
Price, 11,200 for both, only $300 cash.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
4926 Rnutb 4tb St Phons. South 1247
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
Offers the Following
1 acres on car line just outside city lim
its, x-room house, good cistern, 60 fruit
trees and fine well that cost $260. Price
$2,000; part cash.
I acres at end of city car line, 7-room mod
ern house with full cement basement and
tornado cellar. Greenhouse, 36x150. Good
barn for $ head of stock. Chicken house
and sheds. Price $6,000; easy terms.
4 seres, Just over line In Sarpy county,
away from the high taxes. Rich, level
land, first broken In 1910. Raised 4
crops of alfalfa, $6,000, Terms can be
acres, one block from car Una near 42d
and Q streets, 8-room house; barn for 4
head of stock; chicken houses. Good well
and enough fruit for family use. Price
$4,500, Terms to suit purchaser.
10 acres on Benson car line. Price and terms
to be agreed upon and made satisfactory.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
42S South 24th St. Phone South 1247.
On car line and paved street
Lies nearly level and has some timber.
Price $S60. Call Tyler 60 and ask for Mr.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1414 Harney Street.
USED CAR DEPT.
Douglas 129. 2047-49 Farnam.
Touring cars and roadsters of Overload.
Studebaker, Maxwell, Ford, Oakland.
Mitchell, Bulck and Hudson makes.
TERMS IP DESIRED.
Prompt attention given to all Interested
THE FEBRUARY SCORE,
of Paid Classified compared with 1116
THE BEB gained.... 1967 lines
THE NEWS gained 770 lines
THE WORLD HERALD LOST 14 lines
Figures compiled by Warfield Adv.
Agcy.. sn Independent sndlt bureau.
1914 CHALMERS $6 A bargain If taken at
once. Marlon Automobile Co., Council
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Karnsm St.
Unlit bit Palgo...
Briscoe touring ....
31" 8. J4TH ST. CROS8TOWN CAR AGE.
1). Hi:. 1914 Paige touring, electric lights
mid atitrter, 5 tires and rimtt; just over-
hnutrd. Hold for charges, $Jlf.
f'OH sale, cheap for cash, late model five
passenger car. Will take Ford In part
payment. Cult after 6 p. 111. 112(1 A.
WE wilt trade you a new Furd fur your
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO.,
Suth and Harney. Douglas 6361.
U W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Used Car Dept
22H-I8 Famsm 8L Douglas 86s.
Almost any mnke at renannnble price.
1918 FoitD, looks like new, runs like new;
Is alinoet new. Price $300. Call at 1619
' TEIX" a'BINKLKY,
Auto repairing; expert mechanics.
2318 Harney St. D. 1640.
I IN VUL. CO..
1618 Davenport St.
fin Per Cent Saved on Vear Tire Expense.
BiiiRTSCHY "Kan-Fix-It." Southuaet cur
new 80th and Harnev Sts. Douglas 161$,
CASH FUR YOUR UPfcJD CARS.
AUTO EXCHANGE. 2107 FARNAM. P. 8028.
AutoLivery end Garages.
WHITE A CALPK garage, til 8. 37th, sue
cetiMors to Smith ft Deafner O are go; day
and night Wago; repairs and supplies,
A rhance to please you Is what we ask.
EXlrEkTiuto repairing", 'ssrvlcs car al
ways ready." Omaha Garage, 2010 Har
fi-v St Tvler ISA
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer. tl'J N- llth.
NUB. Aulo Radiator Repair Service.
m-lee rlaht. 318 8. lfith. D 7890.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
aHLEY-DAVIDHUN MOXOttCVCLEl Bar
gains In used machines. Victor Rocs. "The
Wntnfrvci Man" 170 rf,vnworih
POULTRY ANDJPET STOCK
BARRED ROCKS, large-boned, good "lay
ers, perfect marked; eggs, $1.60 per IS.
H. M. Sklpworlh. B'44 N. a6lhSt.Col.78).
Cyphers' Inuubutors and hovers. Stewart's
SeedHtore 19 N. nilhHt.Opp.P.P.
yueen tni'Ubutors f.nd colony hovers. Stew
art's Seed Store. 119 N. Ifith. Opp. P. O.
FOR SALE Beautiful Angora kitten, house
broke, reasonable, rhuiie Tyler 126a.
lill FFOR P I NUTi t N-pggsr 7 6c '"dos'enPflne
stock; winter layers. Red 6300.
RAUUITS, all sixes, kinds and colors. 1810
WHITE Rock eggs for sale. Benson 6084
Serfonlnxp ll.r.o ,rtQ W Warner 01 N IRrh
MONEY TO LOAN
LOOK I LEGAL RATS LOANS LOOK!
$ 60.00 costs you $ 8.26 for six months,
102.00 costs you 80.27 for one year,,
166.00 costs you 11.20 for one year,
204.00 costs you 40.80 (or ons year,
300,00 costs you 60.00 for ons year.
Other amounts In proportion,
EASY PAYMENTS, UTMOST PRIVACY.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY,
340 Paxton Block. Tel. Doug. 2296.
FURNITURE, pianos, and notes ss security.
lilU.lt.mn. , f H. trnAfiJ. tatnl nnmt IS SO
140 " inaorsca nous, total cost, is.eo.
Smaller, larger ara'ts. proportionate rats.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Omaha Business Men,
482 Ross Bldg., 18lb and Farnam. Ty. $81.
m pet on Dta Gross. 410 N IWth. R Ql
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so
Helta your old clothing, furniture, tnaga
stnes. Ws collect. W distribute. Pbone
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Call
and Inspect our boms, UlO-liU'1114
ETTA HTUKOESH maesage, electrb Turk
ish baths, manicuring, facial and scalp
treatments. 1606 Harney. Open evenings
MISS EDNA, scientific masaage; 22$ Ne
ville Blk. Open evenings and Sundays,
LUELLA WEBSTER, massage and manl.
curing. 618 Psxton blk. Rsd $400.
MAE BRUOMAN, sclent If lo maaeeuess and
baths. 209 Karbach blk. Red :787.
U, L llrlgnt Private Maternity Home,
Miami St Wibs'or 1908,
SCIENTIFIC mas 120 Bs Bldg. Phone
MISS LILLY, bath, massage. 1322 Farnam St.
MxntfMirlnr and mna 1R28 Famam Rm 1$
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
James C. Ish and wife to Anna M.
Ish, Tenth street, eighty -one feet
south of Pacific, east side, 61x60.,..$ 1
Michael N. Stultz to Anna D. Ream,
Fifty-third avenue, 140.28 feet south
of Lincoln avenue, east side, 60x138 1
Charles F. Krelle and wife to Bertha
Wengel, Walnut street, 100 feet went
of Second street, south side, 100x100 1
William Butts and wife to Norman
K. E. Whinnery. Corby street, 10
feet eaot of Thirty-second street,
south side. 60x120 1
Mark E. Harrington and wife, t al.
to Walter A. George. Park avenue,
200 feet north of Woolworth avenue,
oast side. 50x142 1
Henry C. Turpin and wife to Llllle J.
Turner, southwest corner Tbtrty
flfth and Jaynes streets. 130.6xlL'fl.. 1,500
Joseph W. Billings and wife to Arthur
L. Billings, Tiitrty-rourtn street,
elghty-ilve feet . south of Blondo
street, west side, 42ttxl20 1,800
Receipts light: market, firm and steady on
the better grades of prairie hay and alfalfa;
lower grades of hay are easier; demand con
"ralrle Hay Choice upland, $it.G0
13.00; No. 1, $11. 60912.00: No. 2, $9.50
10.00; No. 8, $7.60Q8.50: Midland, No. 1,
$1 1.00 11.50; No. 2, $8. 60 1 9.60. Lowland,
I, is.unsjs.eo; no. s, sf.uuu ", no.
AlfHlfa Choice, $18.0019.00; No. 1,
$17.00(9)11.00; standard, $14.004916.00; No.
1, $12.00012.00; No. 8, $10.00012.00,
Straw Oat, $7.0007.60; wheat le.ooo
Savannah, Ga March 19. Turpentine-
Dull, 43o ; Hales, none; receipts, lb DDIs,;
shipments, 91; stock, 12,477.
Rosin Firm; salits, 41 0 oms,; rereiiiis,
ISO; shipments, 197; stock. 80,683. guote
n, D, K, t, 1. h, 1, r
$6,50; WG, $5.65; WW, $6.60.
Liverpool drain Market
Liverpool, March 1 9. Cotton Spot
good middling, llU7d
middling, 12.27d; low
Sutet, 10.0K0 bales.
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L1YE STOCK MARKET
Not Enough Cattle on Hand to
Make a Market Hogs Set
New Record Price.
MEXICO LAMBS SELL HIGH
Sainn day last week...
Same day $ wkn. ago..
Same day $ wkn. nao..
Hams day 4 wka. ago..
Same day last . er ...
1. March U.
78.10 (i 1V0
4. 208 ;.,?-
Cattle Receipts we.e extremely light bi.
caue of the rail, ad embargoes against re
ceiving stork on ... count of the threailnit
ttituatlon in "flirted labor clrlfen. Tln're
were really not enough rattle of any one
kind In sight to make a market. Burh as
there were sold t-t prices that looked to be
anywhere from strong t,. I0((9l&r or more
hlgheV. The few loa. s off red were picked
up early In the morning.
Quotations on rattle: Good to choice
beeves. $ll,60tM2.1l; fair to good beve.
$lfl.6t$ 11.50; common to fair beeva. $D25
tf 10,401 good to choice heir, $9.90fi)10.99;
good to cholre ( own, f N.7 & 47 9.7J; fair to
good cows, $8 9938.75; common to fair
cows. $5.76498.90; prima fr.ed.ng steer. $9.o0
910.26; good to rhotce feed 're, $l.7&4.50;
fair to good 'eeders. $8,00jH.76; comn.on
to fair feeders, $4.7SQ9.0S; good to choice
mockers. 9K.2f.4j9.lS; ntoek heifers. $7.:'inf
9.04; stock owB, $1. 0fl(9R.B0: static ualvee.
IS. 00 10,00; veal calves, 89.0041 1176; heef
belts. Ktagt. etc., 8.694y9.$0; bologna butts,
No. Av. Pr. No.
. sun In eo
, 908 8 90
. 9M in 40
.101$ 10 90
.1111 11 16
430 $7 99 8
...428 8 3$
., . 9N2 10 20
... at.8 in co
...1377 11 l
...1477 11 76
29. . .
810 9 09
, K5 9 NO
. 999 11 1$
878 f Tfl
813 10 19
8 76 7..,
8 00 S, .,
$ 69 $ . . ,
$ 70 tO. .,
I so in...
43 I 40
160 11 00
140 10 00
119 11 69
Hogs Owing to embargo laM by most
roads in this territory and not lirted un
til too late to bml stock for today' h mar
ket receipts of hogs were extremely light.
Shippers had a lew orders this morning
and filled them at sharply higher prices.
They wanted nrlnelnallv IlsHt hnmm anal
the strength of advances Isewhorw, made
164J96c higher than last week's close and
In some cases showed even greater upturns
than that. Uood light hog sold as hi ah
nm fii.ai, wnirn was tne extreme top Sat
urdny on choice heavies, and as hlrh m
$14.46 was pakl for well finished weighty
No. Av. St.. Pr. No. Av. flh. Pr.
75. .176 ...$14 26 78. .210 200 t 26
71. .132 ... 14 49 S4..271 ... 14 6S
77. .222 40 14 65 69. .206 ... 14 66
14. .14$ i , , 14 00
Sheep About elRhteen cars, or 4.300 head.
of sheep and lambs were received here this
morning, but only four or five loads of
these were actually on sale, one packer
Renins envsn aoumeg ana leur singles I
rect and another two double.
Not enough lambs were offered this mem
Ing to make a market, A boat the only
nuncn on wnicn prices eoaid be ntatva
a three-car consignment of light westerns
that carried a sprinkling ef sfealcaasv whteh
brought $14.60. They were the mates of
some of the stuff that brought $12.90 last
Friday, but wars In so much better selling
condition today that only a small part of
the 60c advance they showed on paper was
As was the cans with Iambs, aid sheep
were 100 scarce to mane a ltiarget. west
ern ewes of pretty good quality and desir
able weights brought $11.60 and a deck or
so of mixed yearlings and wethers that
sold st $12,60 were similar to those bought
at $11.26 early last week. , The trade was
nominally quoted strong to possibly little
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
light and handy, $14.00014.76: lambs,
heavy, $1S.$0414.3I; lambs, clipped, fits
qu.oii; iamDs, teeners, fis.ssCMt.zi; year
lings, gooa to cnoice, !i.4"u.M&: rear
lings, fair to good. $ll.$oon.26; wethers,
fair to choice, $19.54)13.36; ewes, good te
choice, $11,269)11.78; ewes, fair to good.
x 10.004; 11,21,; ewes, plain to culls, $7.00$
IS fed lambs h
44 cull lambs 47
lft fed lambs, ........ 82
178 fed ewes 106
16 fed Iambs 71
7$ fed yearlings and wethers. ..109
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
quotatloas of the Day 0 Various Lsadtaf
New York. March 19 Flour, held firmly;
spring patents, $9.4099.46; winter patents,
$,0G(9.30; wlntsr straights, $B.468.90;
Kanwae straights, I9.40O9.46.
Wheat Spot market, strong; Ne. 9 hard,
$2.14; No. 1 northern, Duluth, and Ne. 1
northern. Manitoba, $2.2$, f. s. b. New Terk.
Corn Spot, strong; No. 2 yellow, $1.24)4,
I, f. New York.
Oats Spot, unsettled; standard, TBc.
Hay Steady: No. 1, $1.10; No. 2, 11.00
1.06; No, J, 90 0 96c, shipping, 70OS0e.
Hops Steady ; state, common to choice,
1916, I8043e; 1916, 74Met pgclflo coast
1916, 11011c; 1916, Ole.
Hides atesdy; Bogota, 44c; Central
Leather Firm; hemlock firsts, 27c; sec
Provisions Pork, strong; mess. $36.00;
family, $3$. 00040.00; hort clears, $37.00
39.00. Beef, firm; mess, $i4.00&26.00;
fnmlly, t26.00i$2ft.00. Lard, strong; middle
Tallow Firm; city live, nominal; coun
try, lSOimc; special, 12c,
Butter Easier; receipts, 4,07 tabs;
creamery, higher than extras, 42i034c;
creamery extras (12 scors) 4im$42c; firsts,
tm O4loi seconds, isoisc.
Eggs Irregular; receipts, 16,221; fresh
gathered extra firsts 28ftc; firsts, 37H9
Cheese Irregular; receipts, 6,904 boxes;
state held specials, 11Q21c; stats held
average fancy, 27 MO 27,
Poultry Dressed, firm ; chickens, 11 ft
29c; fowls, 17 21 He; turkeys, 186240,
Live, firm; no prices quoted.
Kansas CUy Live Stock MarketV
Kansas City, Mo., March 19 Cattls-S-Re-
relpts, 6,000 head; market higher; prime
fed steers, $11.76012.26; dressed beef steers,
$9.60Oll'60; western steers, $9.00 11.90;
oows, $6.00 010.00; heifer, iN.onil.oo;
ttocher and feeders. $7,40410,80; bulla
l.itf 9.;;; calves, $7.ftft 12,00.
IlogM Iti-rcipu., i.&int hnd: market
lilghir; bulk of nalee, $14. 404$ I4.lt!; hewvy,
H Kt K. Oil; pi.krn and hut. hers. $14.0fl
914.90; light, $14,0014.70; pigs, $9.f0$
Sheep snil Lamb Receipts, ioo head;
market higher; lamb, $14 .40 A 1 year
lings. $l3,0Ufi 13.4f; wethers, $11.70 I2.o):
owes, 10,6t'4i 1 2 2r.
CltK DO ,VR STOCK MARKET.
I'sttle) Finn Hags Lneettleri-elheep
Chi. ago. March 19 Catlte Receipts,
3,iMMi homi; mjtrkft firm; native uouf att,
(9.1S IS.fil; sloi-krs end fdr. $R.7ft
9 in; rows and heifers. $5.754jr)0.1f3; ralvuit,
M.ish Receipts. 7.000 head; market, un
settled: early advance of IO9H0- above
Snlurdav's average loaf; early top, Hfi.lTV
new nisi 1 rarimi. huik or nalea, JI,Hf.tf
15. 06; liKvy, 8 1 4 4f F H.0& ; rough, $14.4
1. mi; jiikh. s 10. bitty ki.'.'Ii.
Shfpp and Lamb RorelpK 9,000 head
marker, nrm; wetiwrn. xil.intfl3.ftS; ewoa.
N.?"$r 13,2a; lamba. $ ll.ROife 15.10,
(, Irfliif Live Mark Market.
St. Leu la, Sftv. Merrh 19. Cattle R
elpie, 1.300 hd: market Mghwr; nart
nerr si, 'era. xio.rift 1 1 .7 ti ; furling Httwrs
miw itPuers, , jl'Ti I l.oli; rows. ti.,lW10,0(t
mockers sad frder. If.. 75 1S.0H; prime
southern beef Miters, H8 fttl at 1 i.rtt); beef hows
and heifers. $. 35 9.00 ; prlm yearling
' " nniiiTH, i.juwiu."; native
Hng R,MMpt. 7.000 head: marker
nignwr; ngnr, si e, 70 is 1 A. 1 S; piss, 89. 00 49
11.26; mted and nittrheM, II 4, 7 .' p I P. 10;
good heavy, $l6.10pl 6.S5; bulk, $14,761
Sheap sn4 Tj.mb Receipts, 4M hnad;
market steady; lamfce. tia .nf I5.no; ewes,
$9. iotpn oo: yariingn. 812 Jfitf 13.50.
Wous CUy Un Stook Market
Slonr rify. Is.. Mari'h 19. Cat tie Re-
retpts, 209 head; markat steady: hof steers.
$1fl.50fli3.0O; bufehers, $9.00(p 10.50; fat
rows and heifers, IT.nofUB.S"; ranners, $.50
O8.S0; steekers and feeders. r7.6i)9.6n:
ralves, $7,00tft 9.60; feedlna cows and hair.
era, $8. 608.60.
Hogs Receipts, 90(1 head; market tO16c
higher; light. $i4.asffi4.20: mixed, $u.lfiiti:
14 40; heavy, $1 4.166 1 4.M ; plga, $10.00
I03O; bulk of Mies, $4.154f14v40.
gheep and Lamb Rorelnts. 1 00 hari :
market steady; ywarllngs, $1 3, 0114913,60
wethers, 11.69912.60; ewes, $10.50011.60'
St. JtMeph Live Stock Market.
St. Joseph, Marck 19, Cattle Receipts,
300 head; market 10O20r Bl slier: nttm
$.50 12.00; cows and heifers, $5.60011.00;
Hogs Rncalpta, 600 nad: market I82flo
hlKher; top, $14.95; bulk of sales, $14,500
Sheep and Lambs Rerei pis, 6,000 henrf;
market 1302fle higher; lam he, $14,000 14.86;
Piiultry TJve: Broil HA to I it..
1lr; 2 to 2Uj lbs., 25c; hens, under 4 lbs.,
I9e; over Itw., IScf springs, 33c: old
roosters and stags. 13c; geone, full feathered,
rt. 14cr ducks, fnlt feat herd, fat, lOn; tur
keys any else over 8 lbs., 23c; capons, over
t lbs., 24c; 9) lbs. and anstnr, 30o; guineas,
each, any sis, 16c; squabs, Hetnera, 10
os. earh, per dns., $4.00.
HMter Ckotua creamer. Not lr 40trr No.
Eggs fresh. No. 1. sase, $7.8t; Nov R
fresh, $7.20; crax, ease, $6.40.
t'lleeav qiirfattwis Hrtsa Cttt
Cheest New changes In chense quotations
fnrnhhed by the Urlaa Chuese company
itrc; Imported Swiss, out: fancy domestic,
4?c; block, 22c; Twine, 27 H: Daisies, 28;
Triplets, 28c; Young America, $9c; Blus
Isabel brick. 28 4o; limber ger. $a; Berhl
saer County, lv. Y.r 29er ncmegart,
freneh. 4 fie.
Wholesale prices of beef eats:
Beef Cuts Ribs; No. t, 28c To.; No. f.
20c; No, I, fln. Loins: No. 1, 26Vic; No-, t,
24c; Ne, S, lie, Chueltsr Ne. 1, IS He; No.
2. 15c: No. I, 144c. Rounds; Ns, 1, 17c;
No. I, 16c; No. 1. 110, Plates: Ne L
13r; No. 2. lltia; No, 2. Uc.
On I en Sets Yellow, bo. $4,40. rsd, t-tiSI;
hlti, $ 4, GO.
Mammoth celery, per dosen, 9lo
Frossa Flsr Salmoa Falls. 14o; Sahnav
8llv7. lit; trout. 17o; catfish, IRe; Alaska
sahleftshr lie; smelts, 18c; whiting,, lfio;
erapuies, wai piite, yeimw, areesed, lTa:
reund. 14c: ptexerel, dressed, 19 Ho; round,
6 Ho; herring, raveid, TVa; herring, tWo;
whiteftsh. dressed, medium. 16ot larva. Met
t i'm bo, 26a: round, small, lloi tils fish fur
Fish Fresh, halibut, 18c; fresh catfish.
20c; frosan salmon, slvers, ITc; falls, 14a;
rrrsa irosea smelts, wei nerrtng, round,
froien, 7e; herring, dressed, so; pickerel,
round, frosen, gc; pickerel, dressed, fresen,
lie; yellow pike, 14c; black bass, l20o;
smoked whtttng, 16c; kippered salmon, 18s;
black cod, Alaska sable fish, lie.
Vmoked, Halt snd Hplced Fleft Smoked
whit chubs, 15j; kippered salmon, l8cj fin
nan naddie. 17o; codfish, 13c; Puritan ai,
124jo; poiloclc. SHo: KKKK herrlag, l'kt;
bloaters, 60 to box, $1.T6; 100 to boit, 12.16;
kippered end. 10-lb, baskets, tOo; whltsflsh.
No. 1. 40 I lis, 15.16; 10 lbs,, 11.40. herring,
snlced. 40 lbs . $S.a: IS Iba. t5o.
Oysters "King Cole," northern, large sans.
standards. 40c; selects, 46c; ceunts, SOe;
small cans, standards, 37c; selects, 33 ;
counts, 12c; bulk, per gallon, $!.$$. 92.00,
Fruits Orsnges; S6fts, 188a 124s, 11.00;
I00, $14 $H.60, 100s, 124s, 150. 174s, $2.76,
Lemons: Fancy SO0s, 360s, $5.00; choice 200s,
34Us, $4.60. Orapvfrultl 26a $4.80; 46s,
$4.28; 64s, $4,60; S4s, 60s, 96s, $6.00. Apples:
Extra fancy Jonathans, $3 25; fancy Jona
thans, $2.15; Wine Baps, 176s, smaller, 8.2.00;
fanry Wine Haps. $1.90: fancy W. W. Pear
malnes, $2.00; extra fancy W. W. Pear
malna $2.26; fancy Grime Oolden, $2,00;
extra fancy Ark Blacks, $2.60. Grapes. $7.00
9 $8.00 eg. Bananas, 6c lb. Cranberries,
Vegetables Celery, $1.00 dos. Rutsba
gnes, 4c lb. Lettuce, Brawley, $4.60 srate,
$1.26 dos. Cauliflower, $3.60 crate, 1)2.00
pony. Tomatoes, $6.60 crate, $1.04 basket.
Onions, large orates, $9,60; small crates,
$11.26; red, 130 lb. Cab hags, le lb. Pota
toes, eating. $.86 bu.; Early Ohtos, $2,26 bo.
Onion se'.s, yellow, $6.00 bu; white, $6.00 bu.
Miscellaneous Cider, Motts, $4.16 keg.
Honey, $1.26 ease.
New York , March 19 Metals Lead.
quiet; 9a asked; spelter quiet; spot. East
Louis delivery, 10o asked. Copper,
quiet; electrolytic, spot and nearby, aom
Inal; second quarter, $8$, 00985.00, nominal;
hlrd quarter, $,1.0032.5e. Iron, steady;
No. 1 northern, tSB-OOfl-37.0S; No. 2, $16.10
4916.60; No. I southern, $31.00931.00; No
$31.80011.6$. Tin, firm; spot, 6.vt
At London Spot copper, fll"; futures.
1136, 10s; electrolytic, 4161; spot tin, ills,
futures, 6208, ids; lead, tae, ivs; spel
ter, 147. '
Kansas City General Market,
Kansas City, March 18. Wheat No. 1
hnrd, $1.9001.06; No. 2 red, $1,18(71.93;
May. $1.6H; July, $164i.
Corn No. 1 mixed, i.l0WVi.n;
white, $I,111.HV.; No. 2 yellow, I1.1JO
1.14; May. $1.09 1.094 ; Jiy, l.tsfg.
Oats No. 3 white, w B-c; sso. 1 miaeo,
Butter ;reamery, wz; nrsis, iuc; sbcoos,
JSc: packers, 28 Hp.
Egge Firsts, 27c
Poultry Hens, 20 c; roosters, 19c; tur
Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis, March 19. Flour Fancy pa
tents advanced 10c quoted at $9.86. Other
Bran $24.50016. 0,
Wheat May, $1.B9H; July, $1.82. Cash!
No. 1 hard, $2.04 H 42. SS ; No. 1 northern,
ll.HHCl.8BVi; No. S northern, 11-91 HO
Corn No. $ yellow, $1.1101.13.
Oats No. I white, 674 0694.
Flaxseed $2.88 ' U- 2.97 ,
Dry Ooods Market
New York, March 19. Prices on prints
and percales for the fall season were an
nounced today on the same basis as last
season, prints being on the basis of 9c for
American tndigoes. Cotten goods were firm,
yarns stcsdy and dress goods quiet and firm.
Raw silk was slightly eanler.
Omaha, March 1$. Bank clearings for
Omaha today were $6,453,174.59, and for
the corresponding day last year, $41zio,
274,64. More Grain in Storage
Here Now Than Year Ago
Grain stocks in storage in Omaha
elevators, according to the report of
the inspector, showed the following
in bushels, as compared with the same
date one year ago
Corn , ,
11 ye ...
Total, 1.U1.000 ,21.000
NEW YORK STOCKS
Adjustment of Eailway Laboi
Problem Causes Bullish
IRREGULAR AT THE OUTSEl'
New York, Marrit IP! Aiijutirmtt1 of Hi
railway labor problem and the iittion u
(b Miprotn court upholding dio IfgHlll,'
of iha A.I unison set prnvokod an' outtrura
f bullish enthusiasm and short' covering ii
today's market, the movmnenC twtnnding V
nil parts of the list. In llle irtithii net t.v
rived the greatest- lwnertft, rising sptrttpdij
" nrvvu imm ntHitliisiuu.
Irregular terwranoina t tlm ouisl denote'
a dt'gr.-o of unfftslness- tuiwtng fronr latio
iiwb.pment a-fferting. thin coumry's rt-la
tions with Uermany ahipplngti and a rbw In
dustrials fhlllng under I art wk fttm
price Ralll'-a oocurred alinost Immwlli'tch
n heavy buying of Vnlled Sinlm Stctd'
liethlehcm Stoel, Centrnl Lenther and othr
sjiculntlve issues. Raits vrrm lutrrlly mor
thvwi firm until the final tauur. when th--.
dominated the marknt. Canadluir Pavtrk
made an extreme gsin ot aj, m S1.alH wltl:
14 " 1"4 polnla for oilier Daclflcn. Reading.
1-ehlgh Valley, Norfolk A rn, Brio,
t"heaapeak A Ohio,. Nw York OntmJ, Now
Havan, Houthcni Rallntadi preferred' and
common and Satoaril A4r Ulno.
Apart frnm Hnthlehem Hiit Hi which llic
news at in made gain ot 7 ml 12D'i,
with 8 roc the old at 13U, advejtcer of 1 to
.1 points were rmrded by Crurihln Htu)i!l,
liulf Hlates Steel, Lauknw-aiina rttunl and
Republic frnn. United Htatrs Htee) mewrd
a grnaa gain of 2 at 116 4., hut forfaited
muoh of this advantage bufuro the close with
Equipments were to the torn tvt advenee
of 2 to 4 polnls fnr Auierlren and Baldwin
Locnmotlvwh New York Air Urnitn. ami
American t:ontlnnntal t!ans. Cnppiuw, mo
tors, oils, Industrial Alcohol and DlsKillor'a
"curllles were In demand, with Philadelphln
Company, Ohio (lae, Wrern Union and half
a soora uf unclaaHlfled eU k. TotaJ snlea
l.Sld.OOO shares, the largest turaovsa In
Changes In the market for tfiurnposn, re
mlttanoea were malnli' In the dlreotttm of
Untterment, espenlsjly for ft-iwirs. and. llres.
The bond market knpt partlul paua- wllli
storks, speculative Issue abowinft shnrp
gains. Total sales, pa value, $2,785,000,
United States bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of sales and quotations on lead
"IP. Nigh. Low. Clo-te.
Am. Host Sugar... fi.ooo 93 9 9iv,
A in. Can I3,ioo 4 4rt 40.
Am. Car A F'ndry S0S 5 7.
Am. Loco 9,100 7:i 7n si 7i
Am. Hnu'lt. A nf. 32,4(10 107'a 105H T,
Am. Sugar Raf.
900 1H u 1114
Atn. T. A T
Am. A., L. A fl...
Ha lil win Loco.,.,,
B. A O.
flrook. Bap. Tran..
M. A . Coppar....
Cal. Petroleum ...
Central LesChsr. , .
C, M. A St. P....
C. A N. W
C, R. I. A P Ry..
Colo. Fuel A Iron..
Com Prod. Ref.. ..
SdO 13714 127
Srttf 37 JH'4 3fii
J4v3n0v San m hr.
4. WO lt lflft t0:ia
.7fl0 M-4 5;Hi 54 it
2,1.09 .7 70 7R
,I(tH- 4-7 40 Hi 4lfc
2,0 2S4 24 , . 24 1
tfl.MO tOfl $; Li?1
ls.tna 9n 92 441
8.44)0 60- flSH SO
4,400 96 2'i $4
S,2H Utt XI 11 SH
r rucinie ateol ,,
Distiller- Sen. .
ot. no. pro
Ot. N. Ore. ttg. ,
Illinois Central ...
Int. Con. Corp
S.,00 It,1 ltl 113 "I
d.,fcuu se ,
I. M. M. pfd. etfs
k. u. smirnerir. . . ,
L A N ,.
Mcx. Fetrvleum , .
Miami Copper ... .
Missouri Paclfra , .
Montana Power ,
National Lead ... ,
N. Y. Central
N. Y N. H, A .
Norfolk A Wo.tr rn
Pacific T. A T....
S.700 101 10a,
1. 000 35 ll MS
Ray Consol. Copper 8.400
Rep. iron A Steel. 7,5fl
Rhattuck Arls. Cap, l.flOO
Houthern Pacific... IT. See
Rnuthern Railway.. U.000 2X
Btudebaker Co. ... 4,400 105 102 IMS
Texas C. 1,400 231 2 IN 2 2 It
Union PactfU 17.900 14.1 127 138
Union Pacific pfd. . 00 $. 81 91
V. 8. Ind. Alcohol 126
u. a. steel laf.eim 11 a 112
r 116 112 ma
I IIS U7 117 .
1 11s U2 riixi
v. b. ateei pr..,, sou
TJtah Coonsr 18.400
Wabash nfd. "B".. 100 2H 36 25 U
Western Union ... 1,400 99 S8 99
Westlnghouse Hlec. $.300 624 614 61
Total sales for the day, 1,310,000. ahares.
Nsw Task Bfosjsy flfarkst.
New York. March 19. Prima Mercantile
Faawr 40J414 P cent.
HterUeg Ksehaaga Slaty-day bills,
14.71; commercial sixty-day Mils sir burl..
14.71; commercial sixty-day bUls, $4.70;
demand, $4.74; cables, $4.71.
Stiver Bar, 71c; Mexican dollars;
Bonds Government and railroad, steady.
Time Loans Steady: slaty days, $
per cent: ninety days, 3 02 ler cent;
sts moaths, $H4 per cent.
CaH Money Steady; highest, 4 per
cent; lowest, 1 per cent; ruling rate-, $4
per seat; last loan, 2 per cent; closing
bid, 214 per csnt; offered at 2 pet cent.
U H. Is, reg.,.. 99 L. A N. un. 4s. t
do coupon.... 99 M.. K. A T. 1st 4s T4
U. 3. 2s, reg... 101 Mo. Fac. eoa.4s.10.Ti
do coupon.... 100 Mont. Power 6s..l0
U. S. 4s, reg., . 107 N. T. Can. db. islu-ftH
do coupon,.,. 108 N. Y. City 4s.l07
Am. T.T. e. 4"rislfl5 New Haven e.fa.100
Anglo-Prench ... 93 No. Paclflats... S3
Atch. gen. 4,... 94 do Is 40
B, A O. 4s 920. a to ref. 4a. -'
Beth. St. ref. 6s.l0ffPac. T. T. Is.. .lffOV
Central Pac. 1st 90 Pena. con. 4Vis.l0fiat
C. A O. s, 4s. 89 do gea, 4a.l00
C, B AQ, tt. 4S 97 Read. gen. 4s... 94
C, M. A St. P. 6s.l04So. Pac. cv. 6s. 101
C, R. 1. A F. r. 4s 73 d ref. 4s t'
C. A O. ref. 4s S3 80. Hallway 6a..lO0U
D. A R. O. coa.4s 80 Union PaclfU 4 97
Erie gen. 4a 44 do cv. 4s..., 92
Gen. Blsctrle 8s, 1 06 TJ. 8. Rubber sO.lflT'k
Ot. No. 1st 4Hs 9 U. 6 Steel 6B...10S1H
Til. Cea. ref. 4e. 89 W. Union 4s. t
K. C. So. ref. 6s. 6S Pom, of C. 193L IS
New Terk, March 19. Ceffes The market .
for coffee futures was firmer today en re
newed buying of th later deliveries, be
lieved to be based on ths koper of peace
b-fore ths end of ths year and covering of
the near positions, Ths market opened
at an advance of fl to ff petnts with May
selling up to 7.80a and September te 8.10c
during the afternoon, sr new htgh ground ,
for the movement. Rumors of a revelation
In Germany probably contributes! to the
late sftvanca and ths market closed at the
best point of the day er IT ta 11 points net
higher. Sale wars at 02.260 bags; March,
7.74c; April, 7,10c; May. 7.18c; June, T.94c;
July. t.OOc; August, 8.07c; September, 1.13c,
October, l.lle; November, 1.25c; December,
l.lle; January, 1.17c; February, 1.41c.
Spot, firm; Rio 7s, tc; Saatos 4s, ISc.
Offers f Santos 4s were reported here
from BreaU at 9.60c to 1.76c, and Rio 7s
at 1.60c; London credit. A small sale of
Santoa is was reported at 1.60c, London
credits In th cost and freight market.
The official cables reported a decline of
76 rela In ths R60 market. Santoa spots
were unchanged and futures unchanged to
36 rels higher. Santos cleared 49,090 baas
for New York, 1
New York, March 19. Sugar Raw,
steady; centrifugal, 6.39c; molasses, 4. j'iu.
Refined, steady; cut loar, S.iftc; crushed.
8.00c: mould "A snd cnbes, T.60c;
powdered, 7.16c; powdered, T.lOe; fine gran
ulated, 7.00c; diamond, T.OOc; confectioners'
A, t.OOc; No. 1. 6.86c. A more optimistic
feeling prevailed In the market for sugar
futures owing to the settlement of the rail
road strlks and prices at midday showed
net advances of 1 to 11 points on covering
and buying for outside accounts.
Prices continued to advance m sympathy
with the strength of the spot market,
closed firm and 14114 points higher; sjik-e.
8,200 tons; May, 4.4c; July. .c; Septem
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits,
New York, March 19. Evaporated AppU-s
Market Strong; choice, l09o; prime,
Dried Fruits Prunes, firm: California,
810'io: Oregon, $4)10c. Apricots, firm;
extra choice. 19c: fancy, lSMiO. Peaches.
firm; choice, $c; extra choice, 0c; fancy.
9c. Raisins, quiet; cnotc 10 iancy, ir
9c; seedless, lOtyilfec; London layer
fatten Market. '' ' ' ' ' '
vw Tai-It. MTOh 19. Cotton Futures
opened steady; May. 17.96c; July, . 17.96;
October, 17.20c; December, 17.34c; January,.
Cotton futures ciosea strong;, saay, rc.ovci
July, l$.41c; October, 17.94c; December,
18.02c: January, is.oic upoi. sieaay; miu-
The cotton market ciosea very stead as
a net gain of 63 to S3 points.
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