Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 27, 1917, Image 9

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    REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
North.
BUY FROM (SVVNER.
Large, eli-room bouse, full cemnt base
ment and furnace; large yard and chicken
gome; plenty or fruit. Th. Ben bo n 731-J,
SIX-ROOM house, two lota, store room.
elosets, summer kitchen, barn. coalshed.
ohtcksn house, fruit i close to school and
car. and sightly, 2,000, tarn Cof
BARGAIN New 4-room modern bungalow.
One block aouth of Miller park. Colfax
40.0.
SIX-ROOM Bungalow with three lota; good
place for gardening. Price 11,800; 1150
caaa; paiance H per month. Colfax J762.
South.
FIELD CLUB HOME
One f the finest leml -bungalows eonr
blnatton brick and frame. In the choice
i-leid club district; seven rooma, beauti
fully decorated; haa all the buiIMn fea
tures. Including fireplace, bookcases, fauf
ft, French doors, etc.; finished In oak and
white enamel on second floor; oak floors
throughout; fall brick foundation; high,
light basement; fruit cellar, laundry, etc.
Dandy garage,SniUt like the house; largs
lot, wtlh srdendld shade trea and shrub
bery; )ty btoeks to car. Price for quick
sals only 16,500. For appointment call
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-9 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tyler 499.
SEVEN ROOMS $4,000
CREIGHTON'S 1ST ADD.
Pratically ntw house with full east
tront lot, paved street, one block
south of Hanscora park. First floor
has living room, den, dining room
and kitchen; second floor', three bed
rooms; oak and birch finish. The
best bargain in this district.
GLOVER & SPAIN (REALTORS)
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City National.
THB FEBRUARY 8CORE.
of Paid Classified cornered with 1919:
THK BEE galnsd S367 lines
THE NEWS gained 770 line,
THK WORLD-HBRALD LOST. .14 linn
Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv.
Ago., an independent audit bureau.
FOR SALE or rent. 7-room house at 53d
and Center Sts. On car line Walnut 327.
Miscellaneous.
MOXTCLAIR BUNGALOW.
Stucco construction, 6 large light rooms.
Oak iioors, oak and enamel finish. Price
S3, 800. Easy terms. Another now build
ing for IH.tiGO. Call Douglas 1722 days.
v ainut loau evenings.
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Insur-
anco, 44) Bee Bldg. Douglas 8097.
WORLD REALTY CO:, 8"lnf
R. S. TRUMBULL.
12 World-Herald Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF. Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In nowntown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investments
I WEST YOUR. SPARE TIME.
In tha pouilry businesa. We have the
place for you, where you can turn your
idle time into canli. Thin in a one -acre
tract, wU located, with a nearly new five
room house; price only $2,250; 200 cash,
balance only f.O per month. Wo also
have three vacant onacre tracts, viMl
located, for $600 and $700 each on very
easy terms. Let us show you these today
or tomorrow.
BIG 4 REALTY COMPANY,
1013-18 W. O. W. Bldg. Tyler 06!. D. 3419.
7 GUXRANT rE"ED YOIJ
On your money In any amount by
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
SI. 00 Shares.
Omaha.
APARTMENT.
175,000, in come 12 per cent; one year
old; very fine location; mortgage 2s,000
and will accept 1SO.00O In trade; bal
ance cash or negotiable papers.
CALKINS & CO..
Douglas 1313. City Nat. Bant Bldg.
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
SPECULATIVE PROPERTY.
A. P. TUKEi & SON.
REALTORS,
20 First National Bank Bldg. .
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
Vlti SAL or trade, 640 acres. Brown Co..
NuLi., 30 acres 'broke, $12.50 per aore;
mortgage J 1,000. Owner will trade for 30,
40 acres, close in. $38 Brandei Bldg. Paul
Sydon, Phone Douglas 8711.
WE haVe some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or Iowa land. Edward F.
Williams Co.. Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
West.
THKRK Is a big garden land sale going on
today. It n-lll only lat a abort time. How
to reach the sale. Take any car and
transfer to the West Q Street Car and get
off on 43d and Q Streets, and salesmen
will take you to the sales ground, or you
may take the Ralston or PapUllon Inter
urban Car and get off on 56th and Q
Streets, the southeast corner of the gar
den land.
North.
AFTER looking at MINNA LTJSA 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed tneir judgment oy ouytng lots.
IF TOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
743 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
Miscellaneous.
GARDEN LAND SALE WILL
CONTINUE ALL WEEK. COME
OUT TONIGHT AFTER YOU
GET THROUGH WORK.
HOW TO REACH THB SALE.
Take any car and transfer to the west
Q street car. Oet off at 43d , and Q
streets. Salesmen will be there and will
take you to the sale. Or take the Ralston
or Papllllon interurban car and get off
at 56th and Q streets, tho southeast cor
ner or the garden land. If you can't come
on the street car telephone Douglas 2696
or South 2447 and have our automobiles
take y-ju to the Garden Land Sale. Come
today. We sell day and night on tho
ground. If you can't come today, come
tomorrow, jvon't aeiay.
H. H. HARPER & COMPANY,
1013-14 City National Bank Building.
Telephones Douglas 2ZW or South 2447.
THE FEBRUARY SCORE.
of Paid Classified compared with 1914
THB BEB gained 9967 lines
THE NEWS gained ...770 lines
TUB WORLD HERALD LOST 14 lines
Figure, oompiled by .Warfleld Adv.
Agcy.. an Independent audit bureau.
BEAUTIFUL " ot lota, rice 9220, only
92 cash and 60 cents pur wee... Doug. 8302.
FARMS, acreage and Dundee property i
epeclalty. g. ARION LEWIS. 408 Bee
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Benson,
TWO ACRES
IN ALFALFA
Only a short distance west of Benson
on one ot the highest sites in tho coun
try. Has half acre of small fruit. Price
$1,200, $20 down and $U per month. Call
Tyler 50 and ask for Mr. Reed.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
: (Realtors)
1614 Harney Street.
Dundee.
DUNDEE BUNGALOW
FIVE-R.OOM-HOT WATER
, ' HEAT.
Nearly new, fine location, high and
sightly, t0139 ft. lot. Easy terms and a
sure' enough bargain.
HIATT COMPANY,
Omaha Xat. Bk. Bldg; Tyler CO. '
DUNDEE PRO'PERTTESi
Well located lota en ay term Mod
ern, attractive boracs. Before bu lag
bo sure and sec
GEORGE & CO.,
HEAL ESTATESUBURBAN!
Dundee.
HAVE calls for Iundee homes, and would
tine exclusive ti tunes on a row Bungalows
ana nouses iram la.soo to 911,000. Q. 4,
urimmei, tm. JNftil, HanK Bldg,
PUN DEI? homes and horaealtea,
Cary, 904 Keeltna Bldg.
Sbuler
' Florence.
FLORENCE Real Katate Co.,Thono flo. 101.
South Side.
HOMESEBkBRS. ATTENTION.
On a small oaah payment w. will buy
the lot you s.leat. built a home after your
own plans and you can pay for It on
smalt monthly payments, without Mtra
Interest.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
INCORPORATED CAPITAL 125,000.
4996 Bo. 94th St. Phone South 1147.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES.
On the South Side, on full sited loll.
ranging from 11,100 to 11,000 In different
localities, with ait Pity improvements.
near schools and churches: oan be bought
irom us on a small uaan payment.
80UTH OMAHA 1NVBSTMKNT CO.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 6 and (-room house that can
bo sola for 9100 cash, balance 91& per
month; send complete description first
wusr.
W, FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1820 Farnam. Tel. Dour. IAS..
HAVE clleiiU tor acreage, northwest or
aouiu.
INTWRHTATK REALTY CO.,
929-30 City National. Doug. 8SR2.
LIST your 0 and 6-room houses with
VH BELL THEM.,. U3BOKNE REALTT
CO., Uoug. 1474.
FINANCIAL
91,800 MTGB., bearing 6 pel., -semi-annual,
securea oy property vaiuea at S4.Z50. jal-
maKe-Jjoomia in v. to., w . u, w. tsiav-
7 , 000 MTGK.. bearing &tt pot.,' ie ml -annua I
SKCurea by property valued at 120,000
Talrnage-Loomla Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
B- W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans. City j
Wat. tfK. Hldg. .
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans promptly mads. Rates
b, bft and 9 per cent. Reasonable com
mission.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th, Omaha, Neb.
City and Farm Loans
C, 64 and 6 per cent. Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. Dumont A Co., 416-18 Keeline
Bldg., 17th and Harney.
THE FEBRUARY SCORIfi
of Paid Class! tid coiapared with ll
THE BEB gained 1.967 llnea
THE NEW3 gained 770 lines
THB WORLD HERALD LOST.. 14 lines
Figure compiled by Warfteld AdT.
Agcy., an independent audit bureau.
6 PER CENT to I per cent on best class city
residences in amounts 12,000 up; also
rarrn loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1818 Farnam St.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches, we a'so buy good farm mort-
gagca. Kioke inv. Co.. Omaha,
SHOPEN St CO.,. PRIVATE MONEY.
5io
CITY
LOANS.
GARVIN BROS.,
2 10
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Wo
MONEY HARRISON & MORTON.
f ib umana at. lianK stag.
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
u-KEEFH R. E. CO., l.H Omaha Nat.
FARM and city loans, S, 6 and $ par cent
w. H. Thomas Keel Ins Bldg. Doug-. 1H48,
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates.
K. H, LOUOEE, Inii, 58 Keeline Bldg.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING; LOANS.
W. T. Graham, 604 Bee Blda.
1100 to 910,000 made promptly. F, D. Wead,
weaa -Hldffisth and Famam Bta.
LOW RATES. C. O. CARLBERO. 113 B
dels Theater Bktg. t. SSS. . '
Stocks and Bonds.
ONAHMAN IRON CO. STOCK. .
1,09 SHARES Onahntan Iron Co. stock
lor sale at S1.3S. Will sell part. E. II
Fuller. 4B55 Harriet, Minneapolis.
Abstracts of Title.
Kerr
Title. Ouarantee and Abstract Co.
305 8. 17th St., around floor.
Bonded by Mass Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of-
tics In Nebraska. 204 Brandels Theater.
Miscellaneous
GALLAGHER & NELSON
- Represent, prompt pay Insurance com'
panies. 644 Brandels Rldg., Omaha, Neb.
FARM ANp RANCH LANDS
Florida Lands.
RAISE ALFALFA In FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) this winter. First cutting 10 days:
$00 ana $30 annually on $60 land. 525
Faiton Blk. Walnut 2667 (evenings).
Iowa Lands.
WILL sell at a sacrifice 13 acres adjoining
council Biurrs, ia- acres Deartng grapes; 8
acras garden. J. 8. Mosbacher, 1635 Madi
son Ave., council murrs.
Missouri Lands.
SHALL MO. Farm $10 cash and $5 month
ly; no interest or taxes; highly productive
land; close to 3 big markets. Write for
pnotograpns snd full information. Hunger,
A-119 N. Y. Like Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Michigan Lands.
FOR SALE, C LO V E R - LAND FA R M 8.
Grains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown.
Root crops, dairying, grualng. Ideal. Fine
roads, market; 143 growing days. Ave,
age killing frosts October 2. - Terms erT.
George Rowelt, jr 22 Bacon Blk., Mar
quette, Mich.
Nebraska Lands.
320 ACRKij, joining town l'lnebluffs', ' fcO
acres hav meadow. 150 acres cultivated.
50 in winter wheat, running water year
around. Alt can be cultivated; fenced;
poor sot improvements. Frlced to sell. No.
trades. 241S N. 59th Ave., Benson, Neb.
160 AUKES, near town. In well sot tied and
good crop country, at $12.50 per aere. L
year's crop on adjoining land brought over
$30 pr,-irre. J. B. Hansen, 222 National
Fidelity .mug., (Jmnna,
SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payments--
b acres up. vve larm tne farm we sell
you. ine jiungenoru potato urowers As
sociation, iSth and Howard Sts,, Omaha.
Douglas 9371, -
CHOICK U'o-ACRE Gage'cVunty farm, im-
proveq; izu acres under plow, one 1
miles from town and school.
ARCHER REALTY CO.,
680 Brandels Bldg.
WET land made dry enough for crops or
no pay, is our way oi Graining land. No
tract too large or too wet. Guarantee
Drainage lo., uaKiand, Neb.
FOR HALE Best large body hhfh grade.
meaium priced land in .Nebraska; very I
mue money required. tj, uradley, wol
bach. Neb. ,
KAST central Neb., 80 acres,- highly Im
proved rarm, close tw towh, snap, terms,
poriseaslon at one. S. 8. and R. K, Mont- I
gomery.
TexS vi Lands.
ARE. YOU DISCOURAGED
with the High Cost of Living In Ne
braska? Then come wtlh us on our next
excursion to the Trinity River Valley
of East Texas on April t. We want you
to see and Investigate our corn and al
falfa land ws are selling for the low pries
of (26 per acre; ersy terms. Be Inde
pendent and purchase a farm of your own
in this "Burs Crop Country," where the
rainfall Is ample d the climate de
lightful. "
For, further In forma tlou call or writs
W. S. FRANK.
201 Neville Blk':, Omaha, Nebraska.
GREAT bargains, 5 down; 96 monthly, buys
4U acres good xrult and poultry land near
town, southern Missouri. Price only 9300.
Addrfsw Box Bf)H,.Rxrelslor Springs, . Mo.
AUTOMOBILES S
WILLYS-OVERLAND, INC.
DBKD CAR DEPT.
Douglas 139. 2047-49 Farnam.
Touring cars and roadsters of Overland,
Btudebaker, Maxwell,- Ford, Oakland,
Mitchell, Bulrk and Hudson makes.
TKRMH IF DfcblRED.
Prompt attention given to all Interested
out-of-town buyers, "
WH will trade you a now Ford for your
oia one,
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO .
!0th and Harney, - Douclai 6361.
THE BEE:
AUTOMOBILES
THS CRhRuART C6Rtt.
of Pakl Classified eeuipared with
THB HKK gained .9.961 llnea
In M MiWS gained... ,,,, 174 lines
THJt? WOHLD.HKRAL.D lost,... 14 Urea
Figures cofupilsd by wsrflald. Adv,
Agcy., an independent audit bureau.
AUTO CLEARINGTHOIE
Iioi Farfiam It. Douglas Mil.
Light Six Paige 9e
Ford touring ...,.,....., 109
Briscoe touring 4&Q
Bulck touring 979
CROSSTOWN OARAOK.
Douglas 4443. 3U H, 4th St.
Bosch D, U. H T. msg.. 1 : 0.00. ovat
speedster lanKs, 9J-M, Ift.oo. presto tanks.
94. Qt. Parts fur Hup 10, AppersoQ 09.'J3,
umsmooiia, inieraiai .
Used Car Ptpt.
SS14-1S Farnam at. Douglas Iftl.
Almost any mako at reasonable prices.
FOR sale, cheap for rash, late modal ftv.
passenger car. will tak Vord in part
payment, i;au aner p. ru. )Ut q.
Sixteenth Bl.
TELL A BINKLEY,
Auto repairing! expert itytuhanlcs.
3311 Harney St. D, 1640.
2 IN I VUL CO..
1618 Davenport fit.
B0 Per Cent Saved on Year Tire Expense.
BBRTHCtfY "Kan-Flx-It." Southeast cor-
ner ZOlh and Harney me, Douglas li&t.
CASH FOR YOVRT'SBD CARS
AUTO KXCHANOB. t!07 FARNAM. IX 35.
Auto Livory and Garaget.
WHITE & CALFE garage, 723 S. 87th. suc
cessors to Smith Deaf ner Oarage; day
and night storage; repairs and supplies.
A chsnce to please you is what we awk.
1 KXPBRT auto repairing, "service raj-
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 Har-
ney St. Tyler blbm
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we ran't repair.
Coils repaired. Baysdotfer, 110 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Brvc, and
prioesright. 3188. itth. u. 7a9-w m
Motorcycles and Bicycles .
HARLEY - DAVIDSON M01)K Yri.E
Bargains in used marblm. Victor Rous,
"The Motorovcle Man." 1708 Leavenworth.
' PERSONAL,
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so
Holts your old clothing, furnlturt maga
slnek, W collect, Ws distribute", Phone
Doug. 4125 and our wagon will csll. Call
and Inspect our new home. 1110-1112 111
Dodge St.
THB FEBRUARY SCORE
of Paid Classttled compared with 1916
THE BHB gained lines
THE NEWS gained ,t70 lines
THE WORLD-HERALD LOST. .14
Figures compiled . by warneld Adv,
Agcy.. ah Independent audit bureau
MY wife, Mary Ryan, has left my bed and
board, wltnout cause. 1 win not tie re
sponsible for any debts she may contract
after this date. Patrick J. Ryan.
ETTA 8TUROESS, masiaKe, electric Turk
ish baths, manicuring, facial ana scsp
treatments. lbOS Harney. Open evenings
and Sunday.
MKCHANU. THERAPY treatments. -Mli
Halloran, 213-3 Neville block, 18th and
Harney.
MISS BONA, scientific massage, 228 Ne.
vllle Blk. Open evenings and Sundays.
I LUELLA WEBSTER, massags and ,manl-
cur.pg, sis- yaaton aik. , Ksq $100.
MAW. BRUOMAN, ecientltlc masaeuas and
baths. 303 Karbarh Blk. Red 8737.
ALL Right Private Maternity Home,
Miami St. Wnbatrr 2B0S.
SCIENTIFIC masauge, 520 Beg Bldg. I'hone
Douglas 8871.
MISS LILLY, bath, massiige. 1333 Far nam.
VIOLET RAY treatment. KVl Bee Bldg.
Manicuring and masa. 1623 Farnam. R. 10.
MEDICAL
DR. E. R. TARRT.
PILES, FISTULA
CURED.
v. K. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and I
other rectal diseases without surgical op
eration. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid until cured. Write for book on reo-
tol d I sea Fes 'with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRT,
340 Bee Bldg. Omaha, Neb. I
WHY SUFFER? Latest and Most Scientific
Treatment lor Ail Diseases. jr. Charles I
Barnes, 61E-1320 Rose Rldg. Examination I
and consultation tree. He is curing thou
sands, why wut ruu 7 .Delays ar dan
gerous, ir you can't can, writs. Hours i
9 a. m. to s p. m.. 7:30 to 9:30 evenings.
Dunaay oy appointment.
RADIUM water baths and Hot Springs mer
cury treatment for rheumatism. Dr. M.
Pyor, 14 Patterson Blouk. D. 6824.
BITPTURK -Successfully 'treated without ;
surgical operation. Call or write Dr.
Fran if. wmy, 106 Bee Bldg.
Chiropractors.
DR. KNOLLBNUKRG. SANITARIUM.
Lady attendant, 24th and Farnam. D. 729K.
Dr.
J. Lawrence, Balrtl Bids.
841. I
lr. Frances Dawson, 602.3 Rose Bids". T. 9398.
Pre. Johnston. H28 W O. W. Bids. D, 8899. I
Dentists.
Dr. Bradbury. No Pain. 919 W. O.
Taft's Dent. Rnu 308 Rose Bldg. D. 2191. I
nstt iv Tntr iun nnw ewAMu I
rOULIKI JKIHU rLI aiUt
Cyphers' Incubators and ' hovers. Stewart's
Seed Btore. 119 N. 16th St.. Op p. P. O.
Queen lncubatora and colony hovers. Stew-
art's Hfed Store, HI N. 16th. Opp. P. O.
FOR SALE Beautiful Angora kitten, house
broke, reasonable. Phone Tyler 1262,
Screenings, $1.50 100. Wagner, SOX N. 16th.
Hortet Live Stock Vehicle
A LIGHT team of mares, wagon and har
ness for sale cheap. 3343 Orand Ave. Col-
fax 974,
DELIVERY wagon and harness for sale. 1916
Chicago,
I Cora.
MONEY TO LOAN
LOOK! LEGAL BATE LOANS! LOOKF
9 AO . 00 costs you 9 9.25 for six months.
lOata.
102.00 costs you Z0.Z7 tor one year.
156.00 costs you 31.20 for one year. ,
204.00 costs you 40.30 for on year.
300.00 costs you 60.00 for ons year, '
Other amounts In proportion.
EASY PAYMENTS, UTMOST PRIVACY.
OMAHA LUAiN COMPANY,
340 Taxton Blk TeL Doug. 2290.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as Security
u, e mo., n. ivuun, 1011 ensi, Wi.tiV.
940,t mo.. Indorsed notes, total cost. 92.60.
Smaller, larger am'ta, proportionals rate,
KOVlJEiNT LOAN MtXJlETT. -
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
439 Rosa Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty, (66. j
THK FEBRUARY 8CORB
of Paid Classified compared wlttr 1911:
THE BEE sained.-. , -.9,997 lines 1
the Miwu gainea 770 llnw
THE WORLD-HERALD LOST, 14 lineal
rigureo oompuea oy wanield A.dv.
Agcy., an inoepenneni aunu nureau.
3S pet. on lla. Gross, 410 N. 16th, Tt. 808L
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Irenaeus Shyler st al to Edward R.
W. Carlson, , Cass stroet, 100 feet -
wfst of Forty-third streaL north
side, 90x123 a f i
Margareth K. Brostruir and husband
to Roasa M, Robertson ,. Lafayette .
aveiue, 141.1 fast ease of Thirty- v
second street, north sldo, 49x120.. 1.000
William H. Ahmsnaon and wife to
John Hansen and wife Forty. eighth (
street, 20 feet north o'f Pacific street
wont Fine, biixiitz ,
4o :
Mabol Sullivan and husband to James
n. Aiurpny, iweniy-aigntn avenue,
HS feet south of Pink ney 9trt.
east side, 42x423
Walter E. Rlesebcrg and wlfo to Bjrorr
Heeo CO., roppicton avenue,, iit font
OMAHA. TUESDAY. MARCH
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
east of Twenty. fourth street, 3vxtl0.
By ran Heed t'o. le Most Reverend Jer.
finish 3. Harty, JJiehop of Omaha,
southeast corner Twenty. fourth
sweet and Poppleton avenue, 1101
171 l ien
""" M ! T. A. Jackson, Valley
street, 74 feet east of Thirtieth
street north, .irfa i,.i,
Clayton's. Itesd and wife to Oualave
M. l.itpp et al. Dodge street. 110 feet
west of Forty-eighth street, south
side, IOillt.6
Quaint J. Lupp and wit to Calvin
H. Taylor, Pndge etroet. 110 feet
west of Forty-eighth etreet, south
side, 60x11).
LEOAL NOTICE.
OFFltTT CON8fiftlcYfKd"lR?Eir
snanter, Fort Rllev. Kan. Seeled ttrntiAula (n
win do rvuiva nere mini warco
U'tA ' 1or eo,Ut''Ul5t," Hhrhway
ewte will be eoneldersd. Information-fur
wlahed sn appllnatlon. ' r .
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Sulk of Wheat Offerings Taken
Up at Maw Record Break
ing Pricea.
C0KN ALSO IS MOVIKCJ UP
. Omaha, March 36. 1917.
The cash Wheat situation was very good
again today and while a few early sales
were made at slight decline the bulk of
the offerings sold at record-breaking prices,
No. t hsrd reaching Il.tn per bushtl. and
ther were several oars of No. and I
hard that sold for 12.O0.
The receipts of two days, which were
rsther light, were plaosd en the tables,
but the demand was very strong and would
probably have taken tara of much lartrei.
offerings.
No. 2 hard wheat was Quoted at 11000
3.01; No. 8 hard ranged from fl.94 to
I3.00U, with the bulk going at 11.960
l.tT: No. 4 hard broucht from 11.10 tn
12.00 and the sample hard sold from 11.80
to $1.86.
The ad vane In wheat was followed bv
good gains In the corn market irit a ssle
of No. whits at 11.17 set a new high
msrk for corn.
The commercial grades of whlto torn
brought from $1.16i to $1.17; yellow corn
ranged In price from $1.15 to $1.1(H and
the bettor grades of mixed sold around
tl.l4tri.l5H. with the hulk of the sam
ples selling at $1 He-l-lRH.
i ne oats market waa firm ana was nuoted
from unchanged to one-half cent higher.
i no asmano ror mis cereal was very
good at- the prevailing nrlces and the bulk
of the offerings, which graded No. 1 white,
sold at CSfftiSc anil two cars of No,, S
white brought 83Ao. an advance of one-
hair cent over the highest previous ssle.
Rye alio reached a new high level, a
car of No. 2 selling at $1.(0, or $0 above
Saturdays high quotation.
tianey was dun on account Of light re
ceipts and this market was quo ted un
changed. 1
Clearances were: wheat and flour, dual
to bZei.uoo bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were 1 132.000
bushels and shipments 4l,000 bushels.
against receipts of 1.788,000 bushels and
shipments of 883,000 bushels last yea.
Primary corn receipts wars 960.000 bush
els and shipments (77,000 bushels, against
receipts of 1,187,000 bushels and shipments
of 089,000 -bushels last year.
rrimary oats receipts were 1,108,000 bush
els and shipments 600,000 bushels, against
receipts of 935,000 bushels and shipments of
vvviuu Dusnets last year.
Wheat.
Corn. Oais.
.96 116
78 t U
104 26
91 110
Chicago ...... 14
Minneapolis ,...$56
Duluth R
Omaha ,,,, 94
Kansas City as
St Louis U4 1
Winnipeg ,,486 ,.
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. I hard wlntef. 4 cars. IZ.Ot: 2
ran, $2.00H. 7 oars,. $2.00. No. $ hard
winter, 1 car, $2.00; 1 car, $2,00; i car,
$1.98; I cars, $1.97; 1 car, (shipper's
weights), I1.96H; 1 csrs. $1.9; 2 oar, $1.94.
No. 4 bard winter, X car, $2.00; 1J- curs.
II. PS; 1 car, $1.93; 1 car, $1.92; 2 cars, $1.90;
car tugnt). si.io. Bamole hard winter.
1 oar (com mixed), 11.97; -1 car, $1.8(i; 1
car, $1.12; 1 1-5 cars, $1.80. No. 2 durum,
1 csr, No. t mixed, 2 cars, $1.97. No.
4 mixed, Hi cars, $1.90.
rtye no z. l car. I1.E0U: 1 car. 11 AO.
No. I, 1 oar, $1.69 IA.
Corn No. 2 white: J ears $1.17. No. S
whits: 7 oars, $1.1; 1 car (shipper's
weights), II. 18. No, 3 yellow: 1 car,
ai.lAU. No. a vallnw- 1 eni- -hi niur'a
weights), $1.1; $ oars, $1.19; 9 cars, 11.15.
no. yeuow: cars, si. is. No. 2 mixed:
car. 11.16K: cars. ll.lMi : 141 .nr..
$1.16. No. 8 mixed: 1 csr. tl.JIU: 1 car.
$1.16; IS cars, $1.16. No. 4 mixed: 1 car,
$MS; 2 cars, 11.14: I oars. 11.14. No. 6
mixeu; i car, si.itt.
Oats No. 2 whlto: 1 ears. 3c. No. 3
white: 2 cars (shipper's welvhts,. S3r: 9
cars, 9c; 2 cars, 3c; 1 car, 8,3 c, No. 4
white; 1 car, $2c; 1 cars, 02c. Sample
white: 2 cars, GStte; 1 car, 02c. No. 2
mixer: 1 car, 2c. t
umaha Cash Pries Wheat! No. I hard.
11.9631.01; No. I hard. $1.16 2.00 ;
No. 4 hard, $1, IOC'S, 00: No. durum, $1.87
01.99; No. I durum, $1.I61.88. Corn:
No. t white, 11,1901.17; No. I whit ,$1.16
ffl.Utt; No. 4 white, $1.16 1.16; No. 6
white, $L1E1.16; No. 8 white, $1.140
l.l'A No. 2 yellow, $1.19 ttl.ltu : No. 2.
yellow, $1.1601-19: No. 4 yellow, 11,14, (ft)
j.io; ao. yeuow, $llOL16; No. 6 yel
low, $1.1401.14; No. 2 mixed. $1.16$)
1.16K; No. mixed, $1.14f(115: No. 4
mixed. $1.1401,16; No. 6 mixed. $1,140
1.14; No. 9 mixed, IU3VWl.i , Oats:
2 white, 68tte63c; standard, W(u
63c; No. 9 white, 62(ff63c; No. 4 white,
G20Mc, Barley; Malting. H.Ifisf 1.28; No.
tea, fiioioi.iv. Rye: $1.6841.60; No.
si. 0791. (ii.
Omaha. Futures Market,
May wheat oosnnd strong at an advance
D'uiana mere was an act ve trade In th a ar-
Ucle dorlng the entire session, while tho
trade in corn and oats was rather dulet,
. iH" generally was very mi nun 10-
"y and a May wheat in the local market
ciosea at an advance over tne (.'mcago, a
fact which traders regard as unusual
tne Chwago ontlons are always auoted In
advance ot the local market.
A sham advance was made In what dur
ing the early nart of the session on reimru
of bad condition In the winter wheat belt,
and many farmers In this territory any that
ineir wneat will be a total ox.
Coin and osts clnsed atearlv. 11a v corn
ruling about unchanged, whllo May oats
closed Ho lower.
.uocai range of prices
Art.
Open.
High.
Low.
Ctm:
Bn t.
Wht.
Hay
1
1 92
190 V
1 90 190
1 47 1 44
i im'ins
I 1C'4U1
1 03410ft
f.34
July
Ben.
X 02
X 46
1 63S
lfil
lit)
1 47
I
1 14
1
I 094
66H
May
July
flep.
1 13iV
113 :
112 !
1 12
1 OJH
, 2ti
6H
49
109 W
May
July
flflp.
mil
I Bee by Logan 4 Bryan, stock snd grain
Art. Open. I High. Low. Close. I Sat.
Wht 1 1 1
May - 199 l 99V. 190H 1 ls 141
July 1 SS t ti 189', 1 J!i 188
Sept It: 1 49 144 1 60 !14S!4
Corn. . 7 j
Msy 1 1814 t 171, 118 1 18 118
July J 1444 1 18 114 1 14'Ilt.
Sept J 1, J. 14 1124, 1 13 11914
Oat
Nsy SI 4 SI '4 9014 V l
July ' ; 1114 884 67 57 '.
Sept . 1914 (3 5:14, i:
Pork. ,
May 94 80 34 80 34 bl, H 6.1 31 80
July 76 7S 31 60! '' 60 33 ""
Lard. '
May II 93 19 99 19 9! 19 '. 18 "1
July 1, 90 19 96 19 97 14 17 19 92
Ribs.
Msy U ,1 19 13 19 0o:,1107 1I2
Jly 19 IT, IT 37 18 17 1 !! 18 27
JSJ
KariMi City Oeneral MArket.
Kansas fltv Mi.pi.Ii on wii.-m !
hard, l2.09tSi2.il; No. I K 3J 2 . 'i 1
10;
ay, 91.494; July, 91-60.
Corn Nn mltarl If IT'S I 17U- No. 3
white, lt.llejl.19; No. 2 yellow, l.l'i4
i.iiw; May. 91.144; July, 1.I3.
Oots-No. I while, fie&ttlV ; No. 2mKcd,
S4c.
ButteroCreamerv. 42r: firhta, 40c; k1-
onds, tie; packing, 28c.
Eggs Firsts, 27 'ic.
Poultry Hens, 10S; montrr, M'j''
turkeys, 2424Hc.
27. 1917.
Suave Stranger Profits
By Smooth Deals On Farm
Here's i tale of i "C.et-Rich.Quielc
WalltngforrT victim who destroyed
Hie only evidence which could be used
by the authorities to brinR a member
of the jiinible-witted gentry to jus
tice. It's an old, old story and the
Characters in it are sterotvned.
J. C. Willoughby, a hard-worliini
farmer living in Thomas county, told
it to County Attorney Magney.
The farmer one day was ap
proached by an affable stranger, who
expressed a willingness to buv a piece
of land. Willoughhy's farm, worth
about f.',iw, struck the stranger'
fancy. He offered to buy it.
Would the farmer take a $.i()0 check
and a mortgage on the land for the
farm? Sure.
So the stranger wrote a rlterV fnr
oi"j aim gave wiuouglitvy a mort
gage, receiving in return a deed to
ine larm.
Tha farmer didn't record the mnrt
gage the next day, but he did the
day following. Then he -found that
the farm had been sold to another
party. Misoiriotis. he went r
hank to cash the check. He was told
it was worthless. Disgusted, he tore
it up the only evidence of the trans.
action.
Now the farm is owned hv a thlrrl
party and Willoughby hasn't any.
thing but a lot ot advice s!,.,,, h
olherj not to deal with check-writing
gentlemen In the future.
City Waives Special Taxes
If Regulars Are Paid
The city council committee nf H,
whole voted to waive special taxes on
lots si to p and 59 and 60, Rees
Place, In favor of E. T. Peterson, whn
Agreed to pay all regular taxes. The
special taxes amount to $6700, while
AMI KJ4IC.VT.
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Bo. Thurs., Msrch It,
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"Hit-the-Trail Holliday."
With Frank Ott. and Ula Merrill.
Cohan Speed, Cohen Twists, Cohan LsUfha.
BOYD THEATER, Omaha
11 Dsya, Stsrtlng Sunday Mai., April
1. Matinees Dailv 2lSD. Evan in n.an
Company's Own Symphony Orchestra
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dar as. 8da).2H; l,ht. lOe, 15a. eOe ea 71a.
"OMAHA'S PUN CENTES."
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Eurepean Aarebata. a Fvrera st ttte New Yerk Winter
Gardaa Twe Saaiee,.
BEAUTY CHORUS OP HAWAIIAN OANCIM
(Flesl Parrarmaaes Friday Nlta)
LADIES' DIME MATINEE WEEK DAYS
Sat. Mat. 4 Wki Fred Irwin's. "Majesties."
GRAND OPERA
Boyd Theatre, Mch. 27-28
Boston National Grand Opera Co.
Orchsstra f SO Chorus .f BO '
lntsrnatlonal Sura
TONIGHT, "TOSCA" Vlllanl. Zenatell.,
Baklanoff, Laisarl, Moranaoni, Ce.
ductor. WEDNESDAY - MAT., "IRIS" Mlura,
Klttay, Chalmers, Moranaoni CMductor.
rVEDNESDAY EVti, "BOHEME'-W,
Mania, Marr, MardonM Guerrlorl,
Conductor.
Sa.u New at Box Offlc.i
Orchestra ,3.00, $4.00. BB.O0.
Belcohy Bl JO, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00. .
Gallery All seats $1.00.
IMa.l'JrJpUJsl I
PIIOTOPI.AYP).
Jack Pickford
. .In
"The
Dummy."
Mra. Vernon
Castle
v in "PATRIA."
Mt'iMiHiMHtg;
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
SESSUE HAYAKAWA
in
"EACH TO HIS KIND"
A Petrsrful Racial Drama
Omaha Hay Market.
nmaha, March 13. Hay Receipts are
itKhi; mrKft, firmer on both, prairie and
alfalfa; demand continues good. Choice up
land prairie hay,. 913.0018.90; No. 1, 911.00
ifl.U0; No. 3, 110.003 10.60; No. I, IK. 00
H.oi). Midland, No. 1. IlLJOft 13.00; No. t,
f. 0010,00. lowland, No. 1, 99. 9009,00;
No. 3, 97.9009.00; No. t. 99,90(97.00.
Alfalfa Choice, 9I9.90t9it.50; No. 1,
17.(-iH9.90; standard, 9t4.90OI8.6Q; No. S,
113.50018.90; No. 9, I10.50O13.60.
HI raw Oat, 17. 0007. 60; wheat, 19.000
6.60. - .
Metal Market.
Nw Tork. March 89 Metals Lead, oulet
rit !).'!31(f .". Spelter, quiet; spot, East
St. Louln delivery, 10.60010.11!. Copper,
Muter; elertrolytlP, spot and nearby, nomi
nal; second quarters, 93 00fp 35.00, nominal;
Uiinl quarter. 93 1.00 O i2.60. Iron, firm;
No. 1 northern. 10.0041.OO; No. 2, 139.90
'iii 4.0 S"; No. I soufhern. 9:i3.60O34.60; No
2. J. 50 31.00. Tin, Arm; spot, 156.500'
.17 00.
At London: Ppnt copper, 13fl; futures.
115 los; "lertrolytie. 1151. Tin, spot, f'.'lB;
fuiui'3. -'17 l'8 Lead. 30 10s, Spelter,
47.
WT S.xt.tt. Am Un I
tat f jj:- r..j.. jl r
1 , Th. Puppets Fitch Coop.r V
) "Th. B.ttl. of th. Sonvm." 6 '
, ' Henry B. Walthall, la 'Llttl. Shoe.' t
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Ilie regular taxes lo be paid in hy Mr.
Peterson amount to nearly $.1,000.
These lots arc on the cast side of
Twenty.eighth street, between Ma
son and 1'acific streets. Attorney
Hcrdntan, pleading (or Mr. Peterson,
agreed that the lots would be filled in
not later than next summer.
Damage to State Bridges
Is the Smallest in Years
A stiff northwest wind was the rule
all through Nebraska, according to
morning reports to the railroads.
During the night in the central, east
ern and Southern portions there were
showers and in the west snow' flur
ries.
Everywhere along the Nebraska
railroads the high water has subsided
and about back to normal. Bridges
on the Northwest, on the branches
north and west of Norfolk, have been
repaired and train, are again back on
schedules. Taken as a whole, the
damage sustained by the railroads by
reason of the spring floods was the
lightest in years.
PHOTori.AYi.
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11 toll
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TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
. )
Th. Eminent and
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lit ih Greatest Triumph of Hit Career.
, "THE ARGYLE CASE."
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Ed P. Smith Resigns Job
As Grain Men's Counsel
Ed f. Smith, attorney for the
Omaha Crain exchange ever since its
organization, has resigned and April
1 will become a memtier of the Up
dike Grain company, taking theposi- "
trm of g-eneral attorney. Mr. Smith
will continue to reside in Omaha and,
while he will not be active in the
grain business, he will have entire
charge of the company's legal buii
nesY Several attorneys are being con
sidered by the director, of the Omaha
Grain exchange, but no one has been
selected as Mr. Smith's successor.
John A. Nuhn, who some year, ago
- i resigned aj assistant general freight
agent of the Northwestern road to
! become traftic manager for Hie Up
dike Grain company, has resigned and
April 1 .will be in business for him
self and at the head of a claim bureau.
In his new line of work Mr, Kuhn
will have the grain men specially or
his clients, but lie will accept business
from others. His specialty will be
handling and settling claims that arise
in connection tfith the grain trade.
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