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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Storco com t ruction. 6 large light rooms.
Oak floors, oak and animal finish. Price
IJ.sQO. Easy tirmi. AnothT new bulla-
Ing for 13.060. Call Douglas 1731 daye.
wainut lofls evenings.
WORLD KEALTY CO
J. B. ROBINSON. Real Estate and Insur
ance. 413 Bee Bldg. Douglai s07.
F R. 8. TRCMBULL,
Un8 lit Nafl Bank Bldg. a.
REAL ESTATE -B'ness Pr'pty
FOR SALE CHKAF
-New frame building for
122 So. 61st St. Wal.
H. A. WOLF. Realtor. Ware Blk., fipsclallst
in qowntown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investments
!R a, aafa Investment, guaranteed 7 pr
cent ot 11.00 to 16,000.00.
HOME BUILDERS 11.00 SHARES
are the beat In every way.
Office, 17th and Douglai St., Omaha
$75,000 Income 12 per cent; one year
old; very fine location; mortgage 126.000
and will accept 120.000 in trade; ba
anca caah or negotiable paper.
Douglai 1112. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKET A SON,
820 Flrat National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
Ask ui for the 10 reasons why we think
Waverly Park fa s good buy. Finished
lots aa low aa 550. 1 10 'casta.
Harrison & Morton,
IIS Omaha Nat. Douglas Sh
AFTER looking at MINNA LUSA 100 dif
ferent buyers decided that tt was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
741 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 18T.
HAVE tract of ground bounded by three
streets, with sewer and water In, contain
ing 80 lota. Anyone wanting building lots
It would pay them to Investigate. Can
be used for a suburban home. Do not
compare this with acreage. This Is right
In the city, close to car line and good
school. Can give terms. For further In
formation see TRAVER BROTHERS, 811
First National Bank Bldg. Douglas 6888.
FOR BARGAIN, In close-In vacant see
HUFFMAN, 413 Bee Bldg.
BBAUTIFUL r ot lots. rice 8S20, only
i8 cash and 50 cents per we- Doug 8192
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
CLOSE IN FLATS FOR LAND.
Two good, strictly modern 8t. Louis
flats, Income I960 per annum. Price 110,
000. Mortgage, $3,200. Owner wants land
not too far from Omaha.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO.,
801 Omaha Nat. Bank Blilg. Douglas 420.
A SECTION Brown Co. land at 112.50 per
acre, 30 acres broke and balance hay and
pasture Will trade for hotel or acreage.
425 Biandeia Bldg. Paul Sydone.
160 ACRES Mellet Co.. South Dakota, for
house and lot, or what have you? Box
6-PASSENGER car, good looker, good
shape; will exchange. Call South 4041 or
INCOME property In Benson for Income
property In Omaha. Tel. Harney 4063.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 6 and 6 -room houses that can
be sold for 1100 cash, balance 116 per
month; send complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1820 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1064.
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments, have parties watting, Western
Real Estate, 41S Karbach Blk. D. 1607.
LIST your 6 and 6 -room bouses with us.
WB SELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY,
CO.. Tyler 496.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
F1VK-KOUM house, modern except heat on
i Ions lots; fpneed, fruit and chicken
house. 3319 West Broadway. Phone
Frank Rellitnd. Douglas 2548, Omaha.
Uriel., and stucco home, six rooms and
sli'epinc porch; thoroughly modern
throughout; all floors of oak ; oak trim
downstairs; white enamel upstairs; built
in buffet, fireplace, bookcases, kitchen
cabinets, etc. ; large lot. Owner must
sacrifice. Prefer to deal with buyer di-
nct. Would accept light automobile or
lot as part payment. Box 3098, Bee.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Before buying
be sure and see
GEORGE & CO.,
liARUAIN DUNDEE LOT, EAST FRONT.
$450. cash, 76x126 feet.
F. D. WEAD, 310 80. 18TH ST.
6-ACRB blk., Falraure and Brownell Hall
district. Snap. C. J. Can an.
NEW 7-room modern bouse for sale, W.
Q St district, on car line, good location;
$500 down, balance like rent. The price
is right. Call up and make appointment
to see It.
J. H. KOPIETZ, Phone South 347.
FLORENCE Real Estate Co.. Phone Flo. 303,
On a small cash payment we will buy
the lot you select, build a home after your
own plans and you can pay for It on
small monthly payments, without extra
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
INCORPORATED CAPITAL $26,000.
4926 8. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES
On the South Side, on full sized lots,
ranging from $1,500 to $3,000, 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.
t acre, with building, close to car line. $1,500
X acres, with improvements 1,700
IV4 acres unimproved, on car line 1,800
t acres unimproved at 64th and Q Sts. 1,260
J. H. KOPIETZ, 4733 S. 24th St.
V. ACRE tracts, $476, $10 down. $7.50 mo.
Close In near car, Doug. 6074.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
M0 ACRES, Routt county, Colorado; all
fenced and cros fenced; cedar posts and
barbed wire; two sets of good Improve
ments; all subject to Irrigation; unlimited
supply of water; paid up water rights; Ir
rigated system laid out by government
engineer. This farm Is located 2 miles
from shipping station. There are now 40
acres of this farm In wheat; 260 acres
ready for small grain this spring. Will
furnish seed for sowing. This farm has
paid better than $2,000 per year Income
on one-half of same In cultivation. Owner
has recently acquired tl.ls tract of land,
but can not operate, but Is In a position
to offer at a bargain. Is well worth $46
per acre, but I am authorized to sell $30
per acre cash. If you have not all cash,
or a small piece of clear property, will
take It at cash value and make terms.
J. W. LAWSON,
615 Commerce Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
After April 24 address Denver, Colo.,
care Albany hotel, for seven days.
MR. INVESTOR or man with small means,
here's your opportunity. Owner eays sacri
fice section fine wheat and alfalfa
land. 42.000 cash, $6,000 at 6 per cent. Be
quick tf won't last. MR. HUTTON, 636
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR BALE In Fresno and Kins counties.
San Joaquin Valley. California, Ideal land
for alfalfa, grain and fruit growing, stock
ana pouury raising, une-tenth down and
nine easy annual payments on balance at
8 pet. In good farm neighborhood, close
to market Over 16,000 acres of choice
land, at very reasonable prices, to select
from. To be sure yon are getting what
you want; you may lease for one, two or
three years with option to purchase on
above terms. Write for details of this at
tractive method of buying on terms In
reach of anyone. You could ask for no
fairer deal San Joaquin Valley ts In the
heart of wlnterloxs California; 40 acres
enough and should pay for Itself In live
years. You can start here with only
$1,000 and make good. I will gladly
place you In touch with those having the
lands for sale. This Is such an easy way
to get a California farm that my advice
la to act quickly. C U Sea graves. In
dustrlal Commissioner. A. T. A 8. F. Ry.,
S107 Ry. Exch.. Chicago.
FOR SALES -IMPROVED FRUIT, DAIRY
and stock farms, 10, 40 or more acres. In
vicinity of Fresno, San JosqulD "alley,
heart of winter less California, greatest
raisin belt In world; now paying good
profits; houses, barns, fences, live stock
everything ready; crops in many Instances
paying better than $100 an acre. $2,600
will buy a $10,000 place, with long time
on balance. Your farm Income will take
care of future payments. Only limited
number of farms can be had on these
terms, so wr.te today. I will gladly put
you In touch with those having farms for
sale, C. L, 8EAGRAVE8, Industrial
Commissioner, A. T. & S, F. Ry.. 8007
Ry Exch.. Chicago.
RAISES ALFALFA In FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) this winter. First cutting 90 days;
$60 and $90 annually on $60 land. 426
Paxton Blk Walnut 2567 (evenings).
$100 cash, balance monthly, takes 10-acre
tract and town lot In Dade County, Flor
ida; price, $375 for quick sale. J. J. Fried
man, Attorney, Fullerton, Neb.
SMALL MO Farm $10 caah and $6 month
ly; no Interest or taxes; highly productive
land; close to 1 big markets. Write for
photographs and full Information. Hunger,
A-119. N. Y. Life Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
OREAT bargains, $6 down, $6 monthly, buys
40 acres good fruit and poultry land near
town, southern Missouri. Price only $200.
Addreaa Box 808, Excelsior Springs, Mo.
VALUABUE Osark farms, ranch, grazing,
timber and mineral lands for sale; prices
from 3.oo per acre up; write us your
wanta. Mcdellan ft Henry, Eminence, Mo.
FOR SALE CLOVER-LAND FARMS.
Grains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown,
Root crops, dairying, grazing, Ideal. Flue
roads, market; 143 growing days. Aver
age killing frosts October 2. Terms easy.
George Rowell, jr., 21 Bacon Blk.. Mar
Flax Is selling at more than $3.00 per
bushel at country points In Minnesota and
North Dakota today and may go higher;
new land easily produces 12 to 26 bushels
per acre; break sod and sow seed up until
June 15; lots of time for this years crop
I own a number of choice, smooth tracts
of best prairie sod In Northwestern Minne
sota and offer at low price of $80 to $36
per acre, easy terms; this year's flax
crop will pay for the land; you may never
again have such an opportunity to be
come Independent; It Is the ch.vice of a
lifetime; come at once and see me or.
write, but act promptly.
GUY B. ELWOOD,
749 Mc Knight Bid., Minneapolis, Minn.
240 ACRES, 46 miles from Minneapolis, near
two good railroad towns; one-half under
cultivation, balance used for pasture and
hay ; can practically all be cultivated ;
good set buildings; this land will produce
60 bushels of corn per acre; country li
thickly settled; complete set of machln
ery; 27 head of stock, consisting of 11
cows, balance 1 and 2-year-olds; 4 good
horses, 26 hogs, chickens and everything
on the farm goes at $66 per acre; one
half cash; Immediate possession can be
bal Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth Bldg.
220 ACRES 1 miles from town, SweeL
Grass county, Montana: pracucallymll un
der cultivation, fair buildings and fenced
ana cross fenced, abundance or water.
Elegant proposition for someone. Price $46
per acre. Box 3143, Bee.
MONTANA HOMESTEADS 16,000,000 acres,
640 or 120 at as for you. Circulars free,
Write Homestead Bureau of Montana,
Dept. 16, Box 846, Butte, Mont.
Farms on 20 years' time, 54 per cent
Interest; we offer quarters, half sections
and seotlon of good, level, dark sandy
loam farm land In the best farm district of
Holt county. Neb., ten miles northeast of
Atkinson, on terms of 10 per cent cash
and the balance In twenty yearly pay
ments. Unimproved land at $36 to $40
per acre; improved half sections, $46 per
acre. If purchaser Improves the land at
once no cash payment will be required.
We will loan each buyer $1,200 to buy
cattle and hogs; we are willing to help
reliable, energetic farmers who can fur
nish first-class reference.
J. O. PATTERSON ft CO., owners.
609 New England Bldg., Ksjisaa City, Mo.
HERE are land bargains for the land buyer
we are going' to sell the Llsco ranch in
tracts to suit the purchaser; the land Is
located In Garden, Cheyenne and Deuel
counties; the ranch contains 60,000 acres,
fifteen miles of North Platte river front,
and all the river bottom and all the Rush
creek valley; a lot of good, level farm
land on the table; terms one-third cash,
balance 6 per cent Interest. Purchaser
can name the size of the farm he wanta.
We will sell the outside first. First man
up gets his choice of the land. Now
is the time to buy. D. R. Williams, Rept,
Llsco Land company, Llsco, Neb.
LAKE VIEW farm, 260 acres, 2 miles
west of Lincoln, Neb. A dairy and hog
farm, well equipped with buildings. 90
acres alfalfa. No waste land. Write for
particulars. I must sell soon. C. H. An
drews, 719 P St, Lincoln, Neb.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
1,440 acre ranch Southwestern Thomas
County, Neb., partly Improved, price $12.60
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY,
Douglas 2410. 680 Brandels Bldg.
SMALL- Nebraska farm!, on easy payments
6 acres up. We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers' As
sociation, 15th and Howard Sts., Omaha.
VET land made dry enough for crops or
no pay Is our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too wet Guarantee
Drainage Co., Oakland, Neb.
EAST central Neb., 80 acres, highly im
proved farm, close to town, snap, terms,
possession at once. 8. S. and R. B. Mont
gomery. New York Lands.
NEW YORK FARMS WRITE FOR CATA
LOG, FREE FOR ASKING, GIVING DES
CRIPTIONS, PRICES, TERMS, ETC, ON
HUNDREDS OF FARMS. SQUARE DEAL
REALTY CO., 42 THE FLORENCE,
SYRACUSE. N. Y.
FOR EXCHANGE 34-acre apple-cherry or
chard, bordering La Grande, Ore.; 25,000
box chop; $12,000; also 6 ft -acre orange
grove southern California, $4,000. Joseph
Humphrey, Jonesboro, Ark.
South Dakota Lands.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
240 acres, lying on a fine auto road,
near Henry, Coddington county, South Da
kota. This Is a high-class farm, highly
improved, fine grove, plenty of good water.
MID-WEST LAND CO.,
Ut570maha Nat, Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1166.
$1,600 jITGE., bearing 6 pet semi-annual,
secured by property valued at $4,750.
Talmage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for .aortgage
City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
$600,000 city and farm loans, 44 per cent.
useun, on rax ion mm. Keel 7401.
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
t PER CENT to I per cent on beat class city
residences in amounts II.ooo up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1821 Farnam Bt
MONEY to loa i on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
6tt AND 6 per cent farm and city first mort
gages tor sale. E. H. Lougee, Inc., 638
Kee liny Bldg.
8H0FEN 4 CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
CI Ct CITT UARVIN BROS..
O 72 lO LOANS. Oro. Nat. Bk, Bldg
CI? UOIIKY HARRISON MORTON
v IV 116 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES, BAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFS R. a CO.. 101 Omaha Nat I.
FARM and city loam, I, 814 and I per cent
W. H. Thorn... Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1618,
NO DBLAT IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. Graham. 604 Bee Bldg.
1100 to 210.000 made promptly. P. D. Wead,
wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam sta.
LOW RATES. C. O. CAltLHKHU. 212 Bran
due Theater Bldg. r. SS6.
Abstracts of Title.
Till., Guarantee and Abatract Co.
106 8. 17th St.. ground poor.
Bonded by Maei. Bonding and Ina. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. olde.t abstract of-
tire In Nebraska. 200 Brandcla Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Rao resent nromnt dhv Insurance com
run leu. 644 Brand els Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security,
$40, 6 mo., H. goods, total cost, $3.60.
$40, 6 mo., Indorsed notes, total cost, $3.60.
Smaller, large am'ts, proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SUUIETX,
rtrnniKed bv Omaha Business Men.
432 Roae Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. 666.
mote- LKOAL RATE LOANS! LOOK I
$ 60.00 costs you $ 8.36 for six months.
102 00 costs you-20.27 for one year.
lf.6.00 costs you 31.20 for one year.
204.00 vosts you 40. SO for one year.
100.00 costs you 60.00 for one year.
Other amounts in proportion.
EASY PAYMENTS, UTMOST PRIVACY.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY,
340 Paxton Blk. I1,-.1'""'- 22fl8-
DR. E. R. TABRY,
Pr, E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical op
eration. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid until cured. Write tor book on rec
ta,, diseases with testimonials.
240 Bee Bldg.
WHY SUFFER? Latest and Most Bclenllflc
Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charles
Barnes, 613-620 Rose Bldg. Examination
and Consultation free. Ho is curing thou,
sands. WHY NOT YOU? Delays are dan
gerous. If you can't call, write. Hours
9 a. m. to ft p. m., 7:30 to :3U evenings.
Sunday by appointment.
RUPTURE Successfully treated without a
surgical operation. Call or write Dr.
Frank H. Wray, 306 Bee Bldg.
DR. KNOLLENBERG, SANITARIUM.
Lady attendant, 24th and Farnam. D. 7296,
Dr. C. J. Lawrence, Balrd Bldg. P. 8461,
Dr. Frances Dawson, 602-3 Roae Bldg. T. 2366
rs. Johnston. 1325 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 6529:
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 912 W. O. W. Bldg.
Taft'a Dent. Rmi S08 Rose Bldg. D. 2186.
TH-e Salvation Army Industrial Home so
licits your old clothing, funlture, maga
lines. We collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Ca!l
and inspect our new noma, aiiu-iiia-iiii
BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE
The reasons for the growing popularity
are Best Results and a Rate of lc per
When you want both of the above
CALL TYLER 1000
BATHS and massage. Central Bath Instl
tute, 1606 Harney St. D. 7097. Open
PRIVATE home for sick ladles, best care,
very reas. 2606 Bristol St. Web. 2908.
MECHANO THERAPY treatments. Miss
Halloran, 222-3 Neville Blk.
LUELLA WEBSTER, massage and jnani
curing, 618 Paxton Blk. Red 2400.
MAE BRUUMAN, scientific masseuse, and
baths, 20C Karbach Blk. Kea ZVii,
M. COMB home.
I am sick. Every
B. C. Anna.
thing settled with I
SCIENTIFIC massage, 620 Bee Bldg. Phoi.e
FACE and scalp masKage. 228 Neville Blk,
Ann. Fisher, sulphur baths, mass. P. 1569.
MISS LILLY, bath, massage, 1T22 Farnam.
Manicuring and mass. 1623 Farnam. R. 19.
EMMA BROTT massaging. 2120 Harney.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam St.
Burns gasoline, kerosene, distillate;
double power and mileage; cuts your
fuel cost half, money back guarantee.
WILMO PRODUCTS SERVICE STATION
216 S. 19th. D. 6296.
TORPEDO racer, Just built, 70 M. P. H. car;
Mason motor, csansoury racing axie, n. t.
magneto, etc., suitable for racing at fairs,
etc., $200. Crosstown Garage, 316 8. 24th
St. Doug. 4442.
WE will trade you a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
20th and Harney. Douglas 6261.
FOR SALE Small auto truck, In excellent
conauion; leaving city, rnone Douglas
TELL ft B1NKLEY,
Auto repairing; expert mechanics.
2318 Harney St Doug. 1640.
GOOD bargain, Scrtppa Booth, out 1 days,
run less than loO miles; am leaving city.
Call Red 6823.
BARGAIN Electric car and rectifier, good
condition. Tel. D. 776, or Walnut 772.
BERTS" HY "Kan-Fix-It." Southeast cor-
ner 20th and Harney Sts. Douglas 2552.
CASH FOR YOUR USED CARS.
AUTO EXCHANGE, 2107 FARNAM. D. 6036.
MCW and UBed tires for sale cheap. Auto
Salvage and Exchange. 110 So. 17th.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT autu repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Garage, 2010 Har
ney St Tyler 665.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we caq't repair
cons repaired, naysrtorrer, zio N. 18th,
Tires and Supplies.
NEBRASKA Auto Repair Works. Services
and prices right. 216 8. I9th St. D, 7390.
, 40-H. P. MARINE type, 4-cyltnder gaso
line motor with Bosch magneto, 1 set of
34-lnchx4-lnch Firestone demountable
rims. A pair of 16x4 Firestone demount
able rims, 2 sets of truck driving sprockets
and chains. All kinds of automobile
springs. Transmission gears for Locomobile
30 and Sterns 0. Bosch magnetos of all
kinds. See Carl A. Anderson, 1407 Jack
son St., or rail Douglas 2418,
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Used Car Dept.
221G-18 Farnam St. Douglas 863.
Almost any make at reasonable prices.
Two-ton General Motor Co's.
truck; good running order'; good tires and
condition; not abused ; can be bought
right Phone Doug. 2834.
BARGAIN, $126. Five-passenger touring car.
t;an roung, nougias 8355.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
. C. R. I. Red and Andaluaian eggs from
thoroughbred mated pens for sale. Wal.
ciifton Hurst Poultry Yards, Omaha.
ONE light Brahma rooster and one White-
crested Black Polish rooster for sale at
3915 N. 27th St. Prize winning stock.
YOUNG laying and setting hens, cheap. 8007
ztm hi. wen. 488.
ENGLISH Coach Dog for sale. Web. 3401.
2121 Seward. Marie Abermathy.
Hinir l Iland College.
The debuHm: teams for next year ar
now being on-a-ilw-d and dates ar being
made for the omt-uls of the coming year.
President . .In apnt last Sunday In
Nebraska Clt, pti'schlng at th First Bap
tist church In the Interest of Grand Island
The campus has become a thing of beauty
under the fostering care of J. B. Lecher,
who Is giving much attention to the lawn
Chris Nyrop left Saturday morning to par
ticipate tn the prohlbllW-n oratorical content
at Hastings. Mr. Applegate went with him
an a delegate.
Dan Rurress has been rhosen president of
the Y. M. C. A. for the coming year. Pan
has been on the sick list for some time, but
Is now a good deal better.
L. L. Brandt, president of the college
bonrd of trustees, has been sick for some
time. He ts recovering slowly. His pres
ence Is groatly missed at (he college meet
ings. Professor Morrow, of the Greek depart
ment, expects to spend next year at Chi
cago with the profession of medicine In
view. He will spend somo time at the Uni
versity ot Chicago.
The Olee club gave an entertainment Mon
day evening at the First Baptist church In
Grand Island. The entertainment was an
excellent one, and was appreciated by a se
Professor Martha Flrlh Is chairman of a
committee to secure a new flag for the col
lege building. It Is very likely that the
class of 1916 will contribute the money for
the purchasa of this flag.
L. I.. Gilbert formerly college secretary
and at present a trustee, spent a good part
of the winter In Texas. He has now re
turned with his family and will be with
us for several months st least
Director Jana L. Tinder, of the Grnnd
Island college conservatory of music, is a
great dsal Interested In the coming May
festival. Among the features of this fes
tival will bo the New York Symphony or
chestra, with Zimballst, the violinist, and
Slegcl, the singer, a- soloists.
NehraNka Wealeyan I'nlverslty,
Professor Bishop Judged a high-school de
bate at Oakland last night.
Roscoe Sill, 17, has Joined the aviation
corps of the army and Is now at Fort Crook
for preliminary training.
The Wesleysn debating squad lost a 3 to
1 decision while supporting the negative
side of the government owneruhlp of rail
roads, question against William Jewell col
lege Friday night
The faculty has announced that run credit
will be given for all work successfully car
ried up to the time or enlistment to any
student who may enlist In any branch of the
military service during the remainder of
the school year.
Work has been begun on the new Teach
'a Training School building In the quad
rangle south of the greenhouse, The build
ing will be pushed to completion as rapidly
ns possible and It Is hoped to have It ready
for occupancy by September.
At the student elections last Monday the
following were elected to represent the ac
tivities named: Editor, Wesleyan. Lloyd
Worley; Business manager. Wesleyan, Wil
liam Moor; editor coyote, nernice Graham;
Business manager. Coyote, Vincent Starrett;
Forensic Council, Gregg McBrlde, Btake
Spencer, William Albright; Athletic board,
Lee Whipple. Floyd Hudson, Ear Keester.
wesleyan will be "at home ' to Us
friends Thursday evening. Invitations ere
being sent out stating that libraries, labora
tories, and studios will ba open to visitors
from 7:30 to 10 o'clock. In addition to
exhibits and demonstrations In the various
scionce departments, there will be a continu
ous program of moving pictures In the au
ditorium, the pictures vtown being govern
ment Industrial films end scenic material,
including Estes Park and the Panama Ca
Doane College Notes,
The sophomores are organising for the
production ot their annual "Tiger" next
Editor Blanchard of the State journal
gave the students a talk on "Journalism"
at chapel Friday morning.
R. l. Dick, '04, who has had charge of
the music department of Gunnison. Colo.,
Normal school, has accepted a position at
Fort Collins, Colo., for the coining year.
visitors on the campus the last week
were Miss Ethel Vennutn, '03, of Stratton;
Mrs. V. F. Clark of Beatrice, A. L. Moon,
03, Mitchell: Mrs. Clyde V. Lum, '14, Ver-
NEW YORK STOCKS
Heaviness During first Half,
With Irregular Rallies
QUARTER MILLION TURNED
New York, April 21. Heaviness bordering
upon acute weakness marked the first half
f today s brief trading session, with Irregu
lar rallies on short coverings at the close.
Dealings were virtually meaningless, the
turnover amounting to barely 250,0(10 shares.
Kali were irregular to heavy, Lehtgh val
ley losing a point, with fractional reverses
in other coalers, transcontinental and New
York Central, the latter falling to respond
to its very excellent annual statement.
The day a budget of general field develop
ments bore mainly upon prevailing market
uncertainties, especially the likelihood of
war taxation. In mercantile lines a widen
ing of operations Influenced by war condi
tions and Improved crop conditions was re
ported. The weekly bank statement upset all cal
culations, the actual cash Ions of less than
$l2,00fy,00 being far below the expected re-
urns, contraction ot i7.S20,iio in reserves
reduced the total excess to about $121,000,
000, a loss of more than $40,000,000 since
the early part of the month.
Today s nominal operations In bonds were
of the usual irregular character, with total
sales, par value, of $1,576,000. Moderate In
crease of activity In United States govern
ment bonds during the week was almost
wholly at concessions, those issues, together
with Panamas, losing from 1 to 3ft per
cent on call.
Number of sales and range of prices of
the leading stocks:
Sales. High. Low. Clone.
Am. Beet Sugar..
1,500 92 91 '4 92
200 44 44
900 6& 64
Am. Car Foundry.
Am. S. A R
Am. Sugar Refln..
Amer. T. & T...,
300 123 123 123
Am. L. & S 400 30 30 30
Anaconda Copper.. 6, BOO 76 76 75
Atchison 300 102 102 102
A., G. & W. I 1,700 99 97 97
Bal. & Ohio 400 76 76 7 .
Butte ft Sup. Cop 4i
Calif. Petroleum. . 300 20 19 20
Canadian Pacific. 9'l0 162 161 1K1
Central Leather. . . 2,400 83 82 811
Ches. & Ohio 2(10 60 60 60
Chl M. & St. P 8)
Chi. & N. W 200 114 114 114
rhino Copper .... 800 63 52 63
Colo. F. & 1 300 46 46 46
Corn Products Ref 1.700 23 23 23
Crucible Steel . . . 6,600 60 69 69
Cuba Cane Sugar. 800 45 45 45
Distillers' Sec 70 13 11 12
Erie 800 27 27 27
General Electric. 40 1(12 161 162
General Motor .. 3,700 101 100 101
Gt. North, pfd.... 600 30 30 30
Illinois Central 103
Inspiration Cop. . . 2,500 54 5:: 54
Int. M. M. pfd... 9.900 78 77 77
Inter. Nickel .... 2,300 41 40 41
Inter. Paper 3S
K. C, Southern 22
Kennecott Cop ....
300 42 12 42
200 131 Ml 131
900 4t 44 4K
jouls. & Nashville
Maxwell Motors. ..
Mex. Petroleum. ..
Miami Copper ....
Missouri Pacific . .
Montana Power ..
Nevada Copper . .
N, Y. Central
N. Y., N. H. 8j H
Norfolk A West,.
Northern Pacific .
900 22 22
1U Vi vt
2,400 103 103
Ray Cons. Copper
I. A S 8,700
Shattuck Arl. Cop.
Union Pacific ....
S. Ind. Alcohol.
44,700 111 110
U. S. Steel pfd....
'eatern Union ..
3,000 llfj',, li.
1,600 48 48 48
Motorcycles and Bicycles
H A RLE Y-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains In used machines. Victor H. Roos.
"The Motorcycle Man." 27th and Leavenworth.
Mrs. Margaret Thompson Sheldon. '!.
Lincoln, lectured before the class In Shake-
s Hi-are Tuesday afternoon and talked
the Pawnee Indians In rhspvl Wednesday
A new sorority has been organised
Posns, the omen 1'si Theta. The staler
society, G. F. S., entertained the new so
rority at breakfast up the river Saturday
The Glee club gave Its fins) concert Tues.
1y night ul the Kerr before a good audi-
Mr. H. II. Likely has taken a position In
the North Loup High school for the re
mainder of the year.
Thirty-four of our college girls have en
rolled In a dene In first Hid. conducted by
Dr. Stewart, Dr. Calbresth and Dr. Sucha.
T. R, Crawford, class '13, principal of the
High school at Alliance, has been elected
for the third year at the highest salary ever
paid for that position.
Among the teachers who have accepted
positions for next year are Octavta Jones,
at Beaver Crossing; Rtlla Scherlch. at St,
fcMwunlw, and Mlnnln Dutcher, at Hickman.
Pr. Farmer Just returned to the city aft
er visiting the Presbyteries In distant parts
of th state. The campaign for the $600,000
endowment and building fund will be
pushed as rapidly aa conditions will now
The Students' association held Its regular
yearly meeting on Wednesday. Jsk Bit
ner of Trumbull was elected president. Mr.
Curtis Halt of Frnnklln, vice president;
Mabel Vance of Hastings, secretary, Th
editor-in-chief and business manager of th
Collegian will be selected at a meeting in
A large number of our students attended
the lecture by Dr. Fling on "What We Are
Fighting For," given under th auspices of
the History department of th Hastings
High school, and also the Olee club concert
by the Cotner Ladles' Glee club a the
Christian church on Thursday.
Peru State Normal Hehool.
Prof. I. R. Brlttell of the physical science
department of Wayn Normal lectured be
fore the Selene club Friday evening on
MIns Mary Ogg, who has been employed aa
bookkeeper In the registrar's office for two
years, hns resigned tn complete her work
for a degree. Miss Williams of the class
of '17 succeeded Miss Ogg In the office.
Chapel service on Monday was devoted to
an explanation by members of the pageant
committee tn the students and faculty of
the plans for the historical pageant of Peru
to be given here this spring. The pageant
represents Incidents In the history fw.m the
prehistoric times to the first commence
ment, fifty years ago. The pageant wag
written and will be presented by Peru peo
ple. Recent senior elections are the following:
Esther Anderson, primary, Hampton! Myrtle
Harris and Elsie Wtlburn, primary, Me
Cook; Ruth Cone, fifth grade, Rising City;
Carrie Brush, primary, Boise, Ida.; Mate
Osborne, departmental work, Tllden; Haiel
Frye, fourth grade, McCook; Arthur flchnle
dcr, manual training and athletics, Bloom
field; Wade Caldwell, manual training and
agriculture, ra pillion; Myrtle A dee, prln
clpalshlp, Julian; Cora Olson, history and
English, Spencer; Blanche Merrltt, history
and English, Sprlngvlew; Pearl Klnton, his
tory and Latin, Odell.
Wayne Normal School.
A lively demand for the graduates of
Wayne In teaching next year Is evident.
Many of the seniors are already elected to
good positions and the demand seems likely
to outrun the supply of candidates.
The following juniors acted as pallbearers
at the funeral at Randolph of Peter T.
Hnjenga, a student who committed suicide
here Inst Monday: A. E. Herlng, A. W.
Chrlntenscn, J. E. Hauge, Roy Edwards, B.
A. Ankeny, Foy George.
Miss Piper, on behalf of the Daughters of
the American Revolution, presented to the
school a group picture Illustrating the evo
lution of the American flag. She also spoke
briefly of the proper treatment of the em
blem. The Junior class presented Zangwell's
"The Melting Pot" before a crowded house
on Tuesday night. The actors all fitted
beautifully Into their places and the result
was an unqualified success. Miss Mack of
the department of experslson Is receiving
hearty congratulations on the high standard
set by the young people.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Wheat Breaks Sharply Because of Reports
of Rioting In Germany and Hungary.
Chicago, April 21. Wheat prlcea under
went sharp setbacks today. Influenced "to a
considerable extant by news of serious -disturbances
tn Gernuiny and by unconfirmed
rumors of revolutl ..ary outbreaks In Hun
gary and Bulgaria. After fluctuations,
which covered a range of 10 c, the market
closed unsettled, 160 net lower, with
May at $2.81 and July at $1.98 l.M.
Corn lost 2&4c and oats Ol0. Pro
visions finished unchanged to 7o down.
Indications or great unrest in Germany
gave evident emphasis to bearish sentiment
the outset In the wheat trade and In
clined dealers to attach more credence than
otherwise would be the case to rumors re
garding Hungary and Bulgaria, Decreased
buying Interest and a disposition of new
holders to sell out was ascribed also to fed
eral diligence toward gaining control of the
food situation. Besides efforts of board of
trade officials to curb undue speculation
tended further to prevent new upturns In
values, It was said, however, that action of
the directors of the board In setting official
marginal prices of $1.86 for July and $1.61
for September was not to be construed as
determining Intrinsic values.
Weakness was most acute In the May de
livery and in this connection a leading au
thority said hysteria as to laying In house
hold supplies of flour was materially abat
ing. Week-end adjustment of trades rallied
the wheat market somewhat at the last,
arid so too did prospects of a fairly large
decrease In the United States visible supply
total on Monday.
Corn was governed chiefly by the bearish
action of wheat. There were some signs of
a loosening of the car scarcity and rural of
ferings of corn for ten to fifteen days' ship
ment were said to be larger. Oats showed
relative steadiness as a result of the pur
chase of 1,000,000 bushels said to ba for the
Provisions weakened with corn, It was
said,, too, that cash demand had dropped
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No, 8 and
No. 1 red and No. 2 and No, 1 hard, nem-
Ina). Corn: No. 2 yellow. 11,48(1.61: No.
3 yellow, $1.481.50; No. 4 yellow. I1.47ft)
1.48. Oats: No. $ white, nominal; standard,
6869o. Ry: No. 2, $1.96. Barley.
91.201.62. Seeds: Timothy, 85.0096.00;
lover, $12.00IM7.00. Provisions: Pork.
$36.62; lard, $20.76020.80; ribs, $19.26
Butter Lower; creamery, 39Q44c,
Eggs Receipts, 35,667 cases ; unchanged.
Potatoes Receipts, 16 cars; unchanged.
Poultry Allvs lower; fowls, 21 022c,
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Onion Sets Yellow, bu., 14.00. red. 14.31:
Mammoth celery, per duseo. Ito,
Beet Cuts No. 1 ribs, 24 c; No. 2, !3c;
No. 3, 17c; No. 1 loins, 28c; No. 2,
26c; No. 2, 20c; No. 1 chucks, 18c; No.
2, 17c; No. 8, 16c; No. 1 rounds, 19c;
No. 2, 19c; No. 3, 18c; No. 1 plates, 16c;
No. 2, 14c; No, 3, 14c.
Frosen Fish Salmon Falls, 14c; Salmon
Silver, 18c; trout, 17c: catfish, lie: Alaska
sablsflsh. llo; smelts, 18o; whl'lng, 15c;
crapples, 9c; pike, yellow, dressed, 17c;
round, 14c; pickerel, dressed, 11 c: round.
bo: herring, round. 7o; herring, so:
whlteftsh, dressed, medium, 16c; large, 30c;
jumbo, 25u: round. smslL llo; tile flab for
Fish Halibut. 18c; halibut, froien, 16c;
ralmon, 1 4c; salmon, round, 11c; salmon,
silvers, frozen, dressed, 17c; black cod, 11c;
ruble flsli, llc; smelts, 9c; catfish. Urge,
20c; catfish, small, 19c; trout, 82o; buffalo,
lie; pickerel, round, frozen, 7; pickerel,
ttressed, frozen, 10o; smokRd whiting, 16o;
frozen Croppies, 6c; frozen catfish, 16c;
frozen, whHeflsh, medium, 18c; sunflsh, 6c:
haracuda, 14c; btueflsh, 14c; pike, 14c;
black bass, Inrge or mnall, 15c; roe shad,
eprh, 15c; fresh roe shad, heavy, 80c.
Oysters "King Cole," large cans, stan
dards, 40c: selects, 46c; counts, 6O0
Prices furnished by Oilinsky Fruit com
pany. Fruit Oran.es, 250s, 288s, 324s, box, $3.16;
200s, 216s, $3.76; 100a, 120s, 150s, 176s, $4.00.
Lemons, fancy, box, $5.25; choice, $4,76.
Grapefruit, 3fis, box, $4.00; 45s, $4,26; 64s,
$4.50; 64s, 80s, 96s, $6.0f Bananas, lb., 6c.
Honey Case, $3.00.
Vegetables Potatoes eating, bu., $3.25. R.
R. Ohlcs, Bu., $3.60; No. 1 new, hamper,
M.26. Celery, dos $1.00; Florida, crates. $4.
Carrots, lb., 4c. Rutabagoes, lb., 3c. As
paragus, lb., 15c. Lettuce, crate, $4.35; doe.,
$1,35. Cauliflower, crate, $3.60; pony, 12.00.
Cucumbers, doz., $2.00. Onions, wax, crate,
$4.00; Spanish, large, $9.00, Bweet potatoes,
Onion Sets Yellow, bu., $5.60; red, $6.00
Plants Cabbage, tomatoes, box, 90c.
t-1.50; T. N. Pippins, 103s. $1.76; 166s,
$I.6U; Arkansas Blacks. 150s, $2.60; Com
merce, all slr.es, $2.00,
Apples Missouri Pippins, Jumbo, box.
LIVE ST0CK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Lower for
Week Lambs Highest
H0OS LOWER FOR WEEK
Omaha, April 11, 1917.
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.
Official Tuesday ...
Official Thursday, .
Official Friday ,
8,593 10.B30 11.424
Six days this week. 29. 350 64.601 40,106
Sam days Uat week.. 28. 344 53.617 36.H99
Ssm days 3 w'ks ago. 33,066 62,307 37,863
Same days 1 w'ka ago. 39, 467 84.428 67,40
Same days 4 w'ks ago. 10.304 60,408 46,666
Sam days last year. . .32,007 69,174 42.839
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards, Omaha, for twenty
four hours ending at 3 p. m, yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. H'h'a.
Mlsaourl Pacific 1
Union Psclflo 1 11 1
C. A N. W., eaat 1
(.'. A N. W west 31 1
C. St. P., M. A O .. 4
C. B. A Q east I
C , B. A Q.. west , .. 13 1
C, R. I. A P.. east 3
Total receipts....... 6 60 3
. . 1,495
Morris A Co
Swift A Co
Cudahy Pkg. Co.
Armour A Co
J. W, Murphy
Cattle There were no fresh cattle of any
Importance In sight this morning, but re
ceipts for the weak have been vary liberal,
showing a large gain over a year ago as
well aa over moat recent weeks. As a re
sult of the ovr-aupply, not only here, but
st all other market points, prions here have
broken nndiy. Choice heavy long-fed end
well-finished beeves are very little lower, hut
aside from that medium to weighty cattle
are IS4j50o lower. Light yearlings have
suffered most of all, the markets having
been flooded with that kind and they are
60c4$136 lower than a Week ago, A few
cholge heavy rows and heifers, the kind
that are selling at $10.00 or better, have
shown little or no change, but aside from
that the gunersl tnarkat on butcher stock
Ibtvfioo lower. Veal calves have been
firm, the best selling at $18,00012.60.
Blockers and feeders have declined In
about the same proportion as killers, the
trade tor the week having been slow and
dull, the talk regarding the placing of a
limit by the government on bef prices hav
ing evidently cut down country buying.
Quotations ..i Cattle Good to choice
beeves, $11.60013.86; fair to good heevea,
$10.76011.60; common to fair beeves, $9.60
010.76; good to oolcs helferf, $9.60010.86:
good to choloj oows, $8.7610.6O; fair to
good cows, $8.0008.76; common to fair cows.
9b. 50O8.00; prime reeding steers. I9.60O
9.76: good to oholce feeders. 18.760 9. 60 :
fair to good feeders, $8,0008.76; common to
fair feeders, $6.760 $-69, good to choice
stackers, $8. 60O8.75; tock heifers, 17.000
7ft BlOCK COWS. IB.D0OI.3i: BtOCK Calves.
$7.50010.00: veal calves, $9,00412.60: beef
bulls, stags, etc., $8.00011
Hogs Offerings ware hardly large enough
to make a market, and the trade was a fea
tureless affair. Shipping demand was very
light, order buyers not taking over ten or a
dosen loads, Packer buyers were out In
good season, and hogs started moving fairly
early. For the most part prl-r.s paid looked
steady to strong, though Individual sales
could bs pointed that were lc higher, In
comparison to the else of the run there wore
more good hogs here today, and that helped
out the average some.
To put matters plainly, the market has
been so unsettled and Irregular all week
that making comparisons from day to day
has been a next to Impossible Job. The hulk
of today's offerings sold at $16.20 016,60,
and several cars reached $15.70. Th close
was the usual slow affair, several loads, not
all of which were common hogs either, fail
ing to sen until late in tne any, it tney
sold at all.
Compared with a week ego, the market
Is on the average 36040a off. The first half
of the week buyers completely controlled
the trad, but by Thursday, with smaller
receipts, the market began to stiffen up, and
Friday and Saturday a small part of the
slump was regained. The Increase In the
proportion of light and mixed hogs has
brought these kinds Into greater disfavor
with buyers, and several days plain hog
were the next thing ito unsalable. They
show the big end of the week's decline,
being easily 60c off In many oases, while
some of the good hogs are, on the other
hand, not over 30c lower.
Sh. Pr No. Av.
80 14 9ft
160 16 10
... 16 26
180 16 85
160 IS 46
160 IS 66
... 16 70
80 14 00
340 14 76 76. ,188
120 16 60 29. .193
80 16 30 71. .199
120 IS 30 60. .238
120 18 40 72. .260
... 16 60 72. .243
... 16 66 64..801
... II 00 71. .167
Sheep Up until Friday the lamb market
was not much changed from the prices that
were In force a week, but a sharp upturn the
closing day of the week put values to a point
I6O260 above a week ago, Friday's sales be
ing the hlgheet ever made on this market.
Good light and handy weight Mexican
lambs sold up to I16.76O1S.80, the letter
price a new record, and dry, light Mexicans
of good quality would probably have brought
6l0c more. Westerns sold mainly at
$16.26016.60. Clipped lambs are no more
than steady for the week.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
light and handy, $16.16016.90; lambs, heavy,
$16.00015.60; lambs, fresh shorn, $13,000
12.75; Iambs, shearing, $14.00014.60; year
lings, good to choice, $18.00011.76; year
lings, fair to good, $12.00 011.60; wethers,
fair to choice, $11.60012.00; ewes, good to
choice, $12.00OU-60; ewes, fair to good,
$11.00012.00, wes, plain to cutis, $7,600
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Blew Hogs Strong Sheep and
Chicago, April 21. Cattle Receipts, 800
head; market, slow; native beef cattle, $9.00
012.25; atockers and feeders, $7.1609.90;
cows and heifers, $6.60011-00; calves, $8.60
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market,
strong, at yesterday's range; bulk, $16,460
15.86; light, $14.66016.76; mixed, $16,200
15.95; heavy, $16.20016.96; rough, $16,300
16.40; pigs, $10.00011-86.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
market, steady; wethers, $10.60012.80;
ewes, $9.26012.60; lambs, $11.00010.00.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kansas City, April 21. Cattle Receipts,
300 head; market steady; prim fed steers,
$13.00 012-86; dressed beef steers, $9.26
12.00; western steers, $9.60012.66; cows,
$6.50010.76; heifers, $9.00011.60; stockers
and feeders, $8.00011.00; bulls, $7.60012.76;
Hogs Receipts, 600 head; market
steady; bulk of sales, $15.2.0016.80; heavy,
$16.70016.90; packers and butchers, $16.50
016.80; light, $15.00016.60; pigs, $12,609
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, none; mar
ket steady; lambs, $12.25016.80; yearlings,
$13.00014.26; wethers, $12.00013.26; ewes,
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, April 21. Cattle Receipts 160
head; market steady; native beef steers,
$7.60013.00; yearling steers and heifers,
$8,60013-00; cows, 16,00011.00: stockers
and feeders. $6.00010,16; prim southern
beef steers, $8.00011-60; beef cows and heif
ers, $4.2509.00; prime yearling steers and
heifers. $7.60010.00; native calves, $6,000
Hogs Receipts. 2,700 head; market low
er; lights. $16.40ffl5.76; pigs, $10.75014.60;
mixed and butchers, $16.40 16.K6; good
heavy, 615.8516.90; bulk of sales, $16.60
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, none: market
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
Sioux. City, April 31. Cattle Receipts,
300 head; market steady: beef steers, $13.00
013.20; butchers, $9.00 11.00; fat cows und
heifers, $7.60010.50; canners. $5.6007.50:
stockers and feeders. $7.60010.25; calves,
$7.6009.76; bulls, stags, etc., $7.60010.00.
Hogs Receipts, 6.000 head ; market
stendy to 6c lower; light, $I4.90iB15.20;
mixed, $16.36016.60; heavy, $16.60015.66;
pigs, $13.00013.26; bulk of sales, $16,150
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 260 head;
market steady; yearling, $12. 0013 50;
wethers, $!1.5OM2.60; ewes, $11.00012.50;
Cash Wheat Reflects Dull Con
dition of Futures Market
PREMIUM FOR WHITE CORN
. Omaha, April 31, 1917.
The rah wheat market reflected th. dull
condition ot the future market, and, a.
reeult the mice of thla cereal were very
IlKht, although receipt, ahowed . fair ln
cr,'ne. The demand for w: eat waa rather Indlf.
fpr.nt, but there w.e, however, very little
ilielmxltloii on tho part of the aellera to lei
gn of thlr offering, at euch a wl.le decline,
(he wheat market being Quoted from o to
The HHb'a of corn were made up generally
of the commercial gra tea and aalea of white
corn were Hated at 11.61 to fl.r.4. while ye!
low corn ranged from 11.44 to 11.46, and the
mixed variety brought froi.t 11.44 to $1.4..
A wide premium wna paid In moat In.
efancea for white corn, aa the demand for
thla article wna rather brlak and the offer
Inge very light.
Onta eold quite edi at the prevailing
price, and the market wa, quoted from 2a
to 8c lower, with No. 3 white eelllng at Mo
to c end No. 4 whit, bringing from
iisu.0 to mSc.
Rye followed the decline In the other maf
keta and barley waa quoted nominally lower.
Clearance, were: Wheat and flour equal
to ,,3,(100 buahcla; oata. 336,000 bushele.
Primary wheat recelpta wer, 033,000
buehela. and ahlpmente 707,000 bu.hela.
agaln.t recelpte of 1,783.000 bu.hela and
ehtpmenta of 1.460. 000 bushela laat year.
Primary corn recelpta were 310,000
bu.hele, and ahlpmonta 43,000 buehela
egaln.t recelpta of 1,162,000 buehela, and
elilpmente of 1,0117,000 buehela laat year.
Primary oata recelpta were 783,000 buahela
and nhlpmnnta 1.049,1100 buahela, agalnat
rccelpla of 1,147,000 buehela and ahlptnent
of 1,627,000 buahela laat year.
wheat. Cora. Oats.
Chicago . . .
Omaha ' 32
Kaniaa City 33
HI. l,oul 74
Theae aalea were reported today:
Wheat No. t hard winter: 1 tar 12. It.
No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, 12.33; 1 3-1 care,
$2.00: 1 car, 12.68: 1 car, $2.67. No. 3 hard
winter: 1 car, $2. S3. No. 4 hard wlntert
1 car. 32.30: I car, 33.37; 1 ear, 32.41. Sam
ple hard winter: 1-3 oar, 13.40. No. I
durum mixed: 1 car, $1.17. Sample mixed:
1 car, $1.38.
Rye: No. 1: 1 oar, 11.87. No. 3: 1 oar,
Omaha Caeh Prlcea Wheat! No. I hard,
$2.6002.81; No. I hard, $2.64!.88t No. 4
hard, $1.4002.60. Corn: No. 1 white, 11.8
01.64; No. 3 whlta, $1.6101.63; No. white.
I1.H1.01 .51; No. 6 white, $1.6001.11; No.
I white, $1.4tttt1.60: No. 1 yellow, 11.44V.
01.41; No. 1 yellow. $1.4401-46) No: 4 yel- ,
lew $1.4301.44; No. I yellow, I1.42HO
1.44: No. I yellow, $1.1201.43; No. 1 mixed,
$1.44,01 .46; No. 8 mixed, $1.4401.46; No.
4 mixed, $1.4401. 44V,; No. 6 mixed, I1.4SO
1.44: No. 8 mixed, 81.4201 43. Oata: No.
3 whlta 80VtO70o; atandard. 806IVke: No,
8 white,' 310lo; No. 4 whlta, ISVkOISKa.
Barley: Malting, $1.3101.33; No. 1 feed.
$1.1801.18. Ry.: No. 1, $1.1601.17! No.
3, 11.84 01.81. .
Oata Standard: 1 car, HVic; 1 car,
Sitae; 1 car. c. No. I white: 1 car
(ahlppera welghte), Utto; 11 care, He.
No. 4 white: 2 cara 6801 I care, 88140.
Sample white: 1 car, 8Uo; 1 car, lis. .
Local range of optlonai
A rt. Tbpen. H igh. I Low. Cloa, Tea
Silt ' 1 ' .
Hay 1 61 3 81 243 ' I 46 161
July 1 18 1 O0U, 10714 1 II 113
Sept, 1 7IH 1 76 H 171 1 73 H 178
May 1 43 1 48 It HI 1 4i 1IIVI
July 1 40 1 40 I3TU 138V3 141V.
Sept. 127-23V, 1 21 127V3 1 31 130
Hay 36 88 B7V4 87Vt 8814
July 81 II 01 11V, 01
Sept. 61 61Vj 61 61V.I 614.
Chicago cloHlng prlcea, furnlahed The Be.
by Logan A llryan, atoclc and grain brok
era, 218 South Sixteenth atreet. Omaha:
Art. "Open. High. I Low.l Cloae. Tea.
Writ. I . I I
May 1 33 1 28U 328 t 11 238Vi
July 2 01 1 0!it 1 ge Vk 1 Ilia 200
Sop. 1 78 1 80 172U 1 .71 171 .
May 1 42 1 42Vi 138 1 40Vi 14484
July 1 40 1 40 138 1 3014 1404
Sep. 1 32 1 33 138 1 30 13214
May 84ti I64 64tt I6V4
July 63 1344 11 84 16 14 3314
Sep. 6S1, UH 64Vi 611k 6644
tlay 33 30 21 B2V4 28 16 38 6! 14 38 10
July 30 (0 SI 66 31 IS 31 if 38 it
May 20 15 20 75 20 12 II 7f 10 7T
July 10 87 Vt 30 96 20 12 10 It 23 It
May 19 48 II 86 II 46 II II II 10
July 19 7714 19 80 19 76 II 80 19 81
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