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FOR RENT HOUSES
T-r., 1111 Tapltol Ave 1:1.00
MODERN KXCEPT HEAT.
t-r.. ltOl IC, 171b flt 313.10
-r., 0t Plerc 81 111.00
r., 1174 N. t:ih St tll.00
-r, lit 8. 3lh St HI M
' io-r.. isu nodi st 3.0.00
H r 101 N. ISlh 81 , 370.00
j , FLATS. '
i-r., :o? 8. jcih st i:.o
s:3 s. :itii st.
S-r. ipt. 1. !?fl.00 ummer, 325.00 winter.
I-r dpt.. '10. 31s. n. lumner. 1:1.40 winter,
WE HAVE OTHKRH. HF.K OUR COM
PLETE PRINTED LIST BEFORE RENT
ING. PORTER SKOTWEI.L. Realtors,
CO! 8. 17th St. I'omlss e01J,
Orflees with HOME BL'IL1ER8.
t.ROOM modern house, with saraa. for I
ctri, close to oar line, an paved street,
ISO month. Douglaa 1106.
:S33 DAVENPORT 4 rooms. $:S E. H.
Benner Co.. Banna Bl k. Pour. 1401.
HOUSES In all part of the city.
CREIUH. aONBJM-O., 101 Be. Bldf,
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
ENTIRE upstairs, new, modern home;, two
lar.e rooms, kltrhenetta and prtvato bs"th;
phona and entrance; newlr furnished com
plete. Reasonable; no children. 030 U.
1 "' S1,
SPLENDID LOCATION, 4-room apartment
with tiled bath and fine porch, summ-r
or winter, unaurpaeaed. Apply 320 N.
SIMMER, winter, 133.10; 1014 Burl
St., slrtrtly modern 4-room apartment
RINQWALT BROS., Brandela Theater Bldl.
FoDn-RiKtM, ateam-heated. 111 mo., near
postofflee. Q. P. Stcbhlna. i lfitO Chlcsro
8EVF.N"-ROOM atearn-hea.ted,3B ; near poet-
offlee. O. P. Hlobblns, 1010 Chlrago.
ESTABROOK apartment, ' four rooma. 131
month. O. P. Utebblno, 1010 Chlcato.
I'OR RENT Attractive 4-room apt. In tho
Phallan, 110 8. 21st Ave. Raey walhlnf
distance. H. W. Binder, tu City Nat.
Bank Bide-. Apt. Phona Tyler 178; oltlo
phone Doug. 1?M. ' .
FIVE-ROOM lower flat, modern; on car
line. 3004 Leavenworth St, Telephone
Harney 1131. '
MORE 'than modern new brick; aleeplni
porch, nice lawn, eacellent location; walk
' Irtgf dlitance. P. efitl. H. 101.
TETERS TRUST COMPANY,
r-ENTAI. HEADQUARTERS POR OMAWA.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
FOR RENT MAY 1ST.
Two modern storerooms, lOaOO aaeh,
with full baaemenu. ':t and 030 I. lath
St. For partlculara ae Conrad Younf. S3!
Brandela Theater. Douglas 1171. .
STOREROOM, ltth and Pine; very reason
able rent; food location for amall bual.
DM" ALFRED THOMAS,
300 Farnam Bids.
SPLENDID corner lot for "rent on 10th St.,
3 block! from poatofftoe, U. V. Stebblna,
110 Chicago St.
NEW modern atorea on Leavenworth be-
tween 34lh and sth Rte. 130 to 110.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1801 FARNAM ST.
STOHEROOU, 30x60, with basement, 1061
8. 38th Bt., 30. Harney 1760, .
SoDERN store, 16th si., near poatofllliO,
176 month. O. P. Btcbblne. lsi. unmago,
Modern stores and offices Iti
nam Bldg. rirat Trust oo. u. ul. ...
JtESTAURANT with fixtures, (at Itovat,
atoole: at 107 S. nth St.
I;!! SOUTH 14TH ST. Near Poatofklca, i,
H. Banner Co. D-IT400.
Offices and Deik Room.
CHOICE office apace. Balrd Bldg 17th and
Douglaa McCague Inv. Co.
TV. will aerure a dealrable tenant for
your vacant atore, house or flat within 10
dajs If 'on th South Side and In a tenable
trodttion, or pay you a mnnth'a rent.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
INCORPORATED, CAPITAL 131,000.
4031 8. 34th Bt. Phono South 1347.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartment and FUtB,
what have you for rent In tha way
uf four, flv and six-room modern
up-to-data apartments? Prefer
ence will bt) given to thosa in bet- '
Wr districts or tha city. Want to
d-!t.l dlroct with owners. No
uno-nta. Telephona Douglaa 1414. 1
h$'t your "boueea with ui for Vent The
dumand la good and we havo a waiting
J. H. DUMONT A Ca (Realton),
411 Keellne Bldg. Phone P. 444.
Furnished Houaet, Flati.
AHIfl VOU LEAVINU TOWN KOU TUB
'Ritt,to Rentv-Kumlhed modern home;
apartment preferred; married couple; ne
, children; permanent; will rent for the
aummcr If dtelredj reference given, Ad
drtii Bd 3011, Bee,
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, atorage and mov-
Ing. 311 N. lllh St. Phona
FIDELITY bbrvick FREE
Phona' Douglaa H for completa
Hat of vacant bouaea and aiart
mcala. Alao for atorage, moving.
lth and Jachaon flts.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Rspert service; prompt attention. Your
moving, your packing, your atorage.
Main Office. Central Purnltuisff Store,
l'th and Howard. Tel. D. .7.5.
Separate locked rooma for household
gooda and fioa; moving, paoklng and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAliU CO..
Bo- lth Bt. Douglas 4163.
Van and two men,
II. le per hour.
Van and Storage Co., Moving, Packing,
Storage and Shipping. Phona Doug. 1490.
Far real service In moving, packing and
' storing, rail Tyler 530 or Dtmilaa 4338.
J. CREED P;r,r,?ds8;.
( - IXOI Fa mem St. Web. 1741. Doug, til 44.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
. CLOSE IX FLATS FOR LAND.
Two good, etrlctly modern Si. Loula
fiats, tiiuome $30 per annum. Price llU,
00. Mortguge, I3.3HO. Owner wanla laud
- EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO.,
Q1 Omaha Nat. Bank Belg. Douglaa 430.
A UOuti stot k of general men-hand lisooTo
building, dwelling house, to tradu for a
well improved 40 acrec of eastern or
euutluaaterm Nebraska land. My health
railing In iHieineaa. Write Bex 134, An-
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LI6TINO buusa to rent or sell on smalf csan
- payments, have yartlea watting. WM(tm
rei ciim, us) ivaruaca bii. u. fBQT,
LIST your & and 4 -room house wltV ua
AB BELL THKIL OSDORNB REALTT
CO.. Tyler 48b,
LIST your property with Multer. He gets
inii Omaha at'U Bank Bldg, Doug. 1104.
Horse Live Stock Vehicles
Z STAKU waaune. one act slugir hampM,
fly nna. blankta, etc., one skid. Must
1 Dp no Id at om. at your own pr,. A,
- 'I'tltiKn Brewing t'u,. f0g1Ith St.
li'Htaii and buitgy fur mlv. :?li, BluuejT
.I'taune Utlwtcr 54.1.
FARM AND RAICH LANDS
RAltiiS ALFALFA In F LO Ml) A ( KiT J
Hay) thia winter. Ft rat cu'tlng daya;
I&6 and ItO annually on lC land. tZi
Paiton Blk Walnut !S7 (evening).
FOR SALB-LOVkft-LA.VD FARMS.
Oralna thretxe. lrouih, hell unknown.
Root cropa. dairying, grazing. Ideal. Fine
roada, market; 142 growing daye. Aver
age killing froata October S. Trm aay.
Ueorge Rowell, Jr., 32 Baon Blk., liar
24e ACRES, U mllra from Mlnneapolin, tioar
two good railroad town; one-half under
cultivation, balance ued for pasture and
hay; can practically all le cultivated;
good aet buildings; thia land will produce
tin bualiela of corn per arre, tountry la
thickly attllfd; complete aet of macliln
ory; 21 head of atoelt, conalatlng of 11
cona, balance 1 and 2-year-oIda; 4 good
lioraiaP 2b hoga. chlckena and everything
on tha farm goea at 161 per acre; one
half re ah; Immediate poaaalon can be
had Schwab nroa., 1031 Plymouth, Bldg,,
SMALL MO Farm iltTcaeh andl6 montlC
ly; no Interest or taiea; highly productive
land; cloae to I big markete. Write for
photograph and full Information. Munger,
A-lit. N. Y. Life Bldg., Kanaaa CKjs Mo.
Oil EAT barralna, b down, 16 monthly, buya
40 acrea good fruit and poultry land near
town, aouthem Mlaaourt. Price only t'iOO,
Addroaa Box 101, Eicelilor gprlnga. Mo.
VALUABLE Ozark farmn, ranch, grazing
timber and mineral landa for aal; prlcea
from $8.00 per acre up; write nm your
want a. McClellan Henry, Kmlnence, Mo.
MONTANA HOMESTEADS 10.000.000 acre.
040 or 130 at da for you. Clrculara free.
Write Homestead Bureau of Montana.
Dept. to. Boa 041, Butte. Mont
HF.HK are land bargalna for the land buyer;
wa ara going to aeli the Llaco ranch In
traeta to eult tha purrhaaer; tha land la
located In Garden, Cheyrnne and Uetiel
rountlea; tho ranch eonlalna 60,000 acrea,
fifteen mllea of North Platte river front,
and all the river bottom and all the Ruan
creek valley; a lot of good, level , farm
land on tho table; terma one-third naah,
balanco per cent Intereat. Purchaaer
ran name tho alz of the farm ho wanta.
Wa wilt veil the outalda first. Firat man
up geta hla choice of the land. Now
la tho time to buy. D, R. Wllllama, Rept.,
Llaro Land company, Llaro, Neb.
LAKKVIKW farm, 20 acres, 2 mllea
weat of Lincoln, Neb. A dairy and hog
farm, well equipped with bulldinia. 90
acrea alfalfa. No waate land. Write for
particulars. I muat sell aoon. C K. An-.
drewa, 719 r Bt., Lincoln, Neb.
FOR AL OR TRADB.
1,440 acre ranch Southwestern Thomas
County, Neb., partly improved, price 912.10
A Rt'HKR REALTT TOMPANT.
T)ouatas 2410. M0 Brandela Bldg.
SMALL Nebraska farmn on eaay payment!
ft acres up. we farm tne farm wo sell
you. Tha Hungerford Potato Orowera' Aa
aoclatlon, 16th and Howard Hla., Omaha.
Y'KT land madv dry enough for crops or
no pay la our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too wot. Guarantee
ttralnage Co., Oakland, Neb.
BAST cenlral Neb., 0 acrea, highly Im
proved farm, cloaa to town, snap, terms,
poeaeattlon at once. 8, 0. and R. Jfi. M,ont
gomery. ; ' ","
New York Lands.
. 30S-ACRE DAIRY FARM
Thli 101,-acro dairy farm located '110
rnllee fmm Now York City, fully equipped
for dairying; has a large concrete bene-
vmnt, dairy barn, milk houae, lea house.
xipriter houae, with vatorworlu In all
buildlnga; stock barn, granary, If-room
h6UMj well fenced and all buildlnga In
good repair; m mllea from railroad town;
some tools Included In sale. Prtco 96,600;
11,600 caah, balance terma. ,
BIG 4 REALTY CO..
1016-K TV. Q. W, RMg. Pouglas 34M.
NBW YORK FAHM8 WRITE FOR C'ATA
LOO. KKKB FOR ASKINU. OIVINO UKS
CR1PTIONS, PRICKS, TERMf , KTC. ON
HIINDRBUS OF FARMS. Byi'ARH TKAL
RKALTY CO., 42 THIS FLORBNUfi,
9YRACUSB. N. Y.
South Dakota Lands.
160, 240 AND 120-ACRU farms, highly Im
proved, for aale; near Watertown, S. D,
MID-WEST LAND CO..
10117 Omaha Nut' I, Bank Hdg. Doug. 1KB
MOKTOAOR, bearing ( prl.' aeml.
iitimin). neciirea by property valued at 6,
ten. Xalmaga-Loumla inv. CO. W. O. W.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for .oortgaro loan..
City Nat'l Hank Bldg.
I&oo.ooa city and fatm loan,, i par cent,
Ka,llli,lllJ'aiton JBIklled KOI.
Reil EittejLoini snd Mortigei.
ClTif and farm Inana promptly made. RatM
e. Bis and S par cent. Hoaaonable om
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.
. 111 South 17th. Omaha, Kob.
I Ptil CKNT to ( per cent on beat ciaaa r't.
realdanoe. la araounta 11,00, uov .lao
. farm loana. Reaaonabl, commiMlon.
PBTEH8 TRUST CO., Il r.rnam St.
MONBY to loai an Improved farma and
ranchaa. w. alao buy rood farm mort
gagaa. Klok. Inv. Co., Omaha.
SH AND i per cent farm and city ftrat mort
gage, for eala, IS. H. Lougot, Inc., 688
OMAHA HUMtS, 1SA8T NBB. FARMS.
O KUEFB It. K. CO., 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM and city Joans, ft, t4 and ti par cent
W. H. Thomaa, Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1448.
NO DKLAT IN C LOWING LOANS.
W. T. Graham. 404 Bea Bldg.
8HOPEN A CO.. PRIVATE MONET.
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
5 Of, MOUET HARRISON 4 MORTON.
O 111 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
1100 to 110,000 mad. promptly, r. DaWead,
Weed Bldg.. lth and Farnaro 8ta
LOW RATKS. c. a. CARLnuRU, 111 Bran
dela Theater Bldg. D. 885.
Title. Ouarante and Abstract Co.,
I0 & ITth St.. around Boor.
Bonded by Msae, Bonding and lna. Co.
R&KDj AHSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of-ftt-e
in Nebraaka. 206 Brandela Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 444 Brandela Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
SPECIAL FOR TODAY.
14 Ford tour., good tires, runa right,. Il3fi
14 Ford, tour., very good buy ........ ?3D
14 Ford tour., needs some work. . .. . .:.4
See us for a bargain In a used '-ar, Wo
aro the uned Ford men. Parts for 100 dif
ferent makes of re at (0o cm the dollar.
ALIU SALVAGE Si EXCHANGE,
Doug. 4070. HO 8. ITth St.
USKD CAR DEPT.
Doug. 3:. :047- Farnam.
Touring cars and roadsters of Overland,
Studebeker. Maxwell, Ford, Oakland,
Mitchell, RnK'k and Hudson makea.
TV. RMS IF DES1RKIV
Prompt attention given to all Interested
At' TO CLKAKINO HuL'SB.
3?0 Farnam St. Douglas 3110.
'14 fludsun, 4440.
M4 Haynea Aght atj.
Burnt gasoline, keroaene, dlstlllatei
doubt power and mileage; out a your
fuel cost half, money bark guarantee.
WILMO PRODUCTS SERVICE STATION
jib a. lain. p. fiasg,
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO COT
Veed far Dept.
3516-1) Paraam St. Douaias tsi
Imoat any make at reasonable prices.
TORPEDO rarer, just bult. 70-M. P. JI. car:
Ataaon motor, Saliabury racing axle, H. T.
magneto, etc, sutlabla for rating at fairs,
etc.. $300. Crowtuwg Uaraga, lis S. :4tb
rvin Pftut une-toti new till Ford ton
trurjc, uned only few mllea aa demon-
si re tor; Jnternat gear drlv; $300 under
prlre. Box I'-tai. W.
IV B will trad jvu a new Ford for jour
INOl fiTRIAL. QARAOV3 TO.,
loth and llarne. Douglaa Svl,
TKLL B WINKLKY,
Auto repairing; expert mechanic.
3311 Harney St. Doug. 1640.
QOOD bargain, Scrfpps Booth, out I daya;
run leaa than 160 miles; am leaving city.
Call Red 6832.
B CUTS' HY "Kan-Flz-lt." iioutheast cor
ner znth and Harney Bta. Douglaa 5662.
f.KW and ueed tlra for aalo cheap. Auto
Salvage and Exchange. 110 So. 17th.
CASK FOR YOUR USED CARS.
AUTO EXCHANGE. 3107 FARNAM. P. "016.
BARGAIN Electric car, in excellent condi
tion. Call T. 774 or Walnut 771'-
Auto Livery andCarages
EXPJSRT ant- repairing, "aervlce car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 Har
ney Ht. Tyli-r 6f&.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
11 DO reward f'r magneto we can't repair
t?otls repaired. Bayailnrfer. 210 N. lUth.
S'KHKAHKA Auto Repair Works. Services
and prices right, tit B, 11tlt St. P. "30.
Tires and Supplies.
DRIVB your car over and let ua teat your
tires. Proper Inflation and tire care
mean long mileage.
. THK TIRFI SHOP,
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HAULEr-UAVlUSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains in used marhlnea. Victor H. Roos
"The Motorcycle Man." 27'.h and Leaven
worth. POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FOR SALE Buff Wyandotte eggs for
hatching; end colli pups, L. D. Fawcett,
Benson 6175. Florence, Route 1.
H. C, R. I. Red and Andalunlan eggs from
th'roughbred mated pena for sale. Wal.
2174. Clifton Hunt Poultry Yarda, Omaha
ONE light Brahma rooat'ir and one Whltc-
Crealed Black Polltm rooater mr aaie at
3916 N. i7th St. Prize winning Block.
ENGLISH Coach Pogs for sale. Web. 3401.
Mm . a rA MtirlM Ahrtnathv.
d01) Chesapeake dog for aaie. Inquire 6 0(
n. i ein bt., upataira. u. inrpm.
SINOLE comb white leghorn hatching egga.
Prlae winning atock. Web. 1634.
MI'HCOVY duck eggs, 11.20 per aettlng.
Phone' evening, Web. 8940.
H't'K egs for hatching, 91 per setting.
Phone evening, Weh. 3?4t.
RKI)-HEADEI1 Mexican parrot with cage;
1 ' k " r"1,""lt' 2 6. Harney 1W.
PERSIAN Angora kitten for aale. Call Har-
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos and notea aa security.
940, 9 mo., H. gooda, total coat, 9. 60.
940, 6 mo,. Indoraed notea, total coat, 92.90.
Smaller, large am'ta, proportionate rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
Organized by Omaha Bualnesa Men.
432 Rose Bldg,Jth andFarnam. Ty. 969.
LOOK' LEGAL RATH LOAN8I LOOK!
9 00.00 costs you 9 R-2fi for all month.
102 00 coat you 30.27. ffiEon "
166.00 coats you 31.20 for one year.
204.00 coats you 4O.K0 for one year. :
200.00 cost yu 40.00. forgone year.'-.'
Other amount In proportion.
EASY PAYMENTS! UTMOST PRIVACJT.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY,
140 Paxton Blk. Tel. Doug. 22P5.
TH- Salvation Army Industrial Horn oo
llrtta your old clothing, funlture, maga
zines. Wo collect. We dtatrlbute. Phone
poug. 4126 and our wagon will call, Ca.)
and Inspect our new home, UlO-1112-in
BATH 8 anu massage. Central Bath Insti
tute, 1609 Harney St. P. .097. Open
PR IV AT B home for ale It ladtea, beat care,
very reaa. 209 Brlstot St. Web. 200.
MRCH A6 THERAPY'reatmentg. Mlie
Halloran, 222-8 Neville Blk: - -
LUELLA WEBSTER, inasaag and manl-
CUrinB, nn riiiii mn.
MAE BRUUMAN, scientific msaaeua and
baths. 301 Karbach Blk. Red 272
SCIKNtTfIC maasaga, 820 Bea Bldg. Pboi-e
Douglai 437 - ,
Bdna WIMlanis. jnsMge. ba'h. 2?S Neville.
Xnni FHher, "sulphur batl)s, maas. D. U69.
MISS LILLY, bath, mannage, Farnam.
Manicuring and mass, 142 Farnam. R. 10.
EMMA BROTT maaaaglug. 3120 Harney.
PR. E. 8. TAR,. --
Dr. U. R.Tgrry eurea plica, fistula and
oth'T rectal dlMHaea without surgical op
eration. Pure guaranteed and novmoney
paid until cured. Write for book on no
ta. dlaoasea with testimonials.
DR. E. Jt. TARRtn .
140 Be Bldg. sOmah, Neb. '
WHT SUFFER? Lateat and Moat SclantlflO
Treatment for All Diseases, at. t narisa
llurnes, .18-620 Rose Bldg. Examination
:id Consultation Jf ee. rla la curing thou
ic.a.ls. WHY NOT T0U? Dlay. are dan
g. i'i i. 12 you can't call, write. House
0 a ta. to I p. m.. 7:30 to 1:30 evening.
Sunday by appointment. . . .
RUPTCnK Successfully treated without a
surgical operation. i.u "r ntt.e
Frank H. Wray, 303 Bea Bldg.
lilt. KNULLENI1KKG. SANITARIUM.
Lsdy atWnrtant. 24th and Farnam. D. 7236.
Dr. C. J. Lawrencu. Ualrd Bldg. D. 8481.
Dr. Kraneea Dawson. M2-3 Rso Bldg. T. 236'6
Its. Jchnstoiu 1.125 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 5
Dr. Brailbury. No pain. 313 W, O. W. Bldg.
left's Dent. Rmi S08 Rose Bldg. D. 2188
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Huch C. Robertson and wife to Ber
nard N Robertson et ai, Twenitem
avenue.' 183 feet south of Caatelar,
eaat aide. 40x104 1 3.000
Anna K. Gram to Agnes B, Parka,
Thirteenth street, 100 feet nortn or,
M street, weat aide, 40x110 1
Airnea B. Parks and husband to Erie
R Brown, Thirteenth street. !o
feet north of M atreet. wast alfle,
Raamua Laraen to Harry Oaaparl,
southeast corner Bluff and Wash
ington, Florence, 142x128 1,423
Sterling Realty Co. to Standard Oil
Co,, southwest corner Seventeenth
and Howard. 81x100...-. J 5, 001'
Jarnea A. Bruce and wife to John
.W. Holden, southeast corner Thirty-sixth
and Urand avenue, 17x138 I
Jennie A. Kofsylh to ttara Ferer,
of Ootlge, 60xU.. 1
Florence K- Mlxter and husband to
David B, Gross ct al, northeast cor ''
ner Thlrty-flrst and Chicago street,
Lilly H. Connor and husband to
Rumuel V. Jewell, Twentieth street,
forty-five feet north of Mandor-
son, west side, 40x124 1,650
Matthews J. Kuril and wife to ....,
Jacob Baler, Chicago street. 331 i
ftet eaat of Twenty-sixth street.
north aide. 83x148 MOO
Marcaret u. uurke to Jamea P.
Slater, Douglaa street. i,64 feet
v-eut of Twpnty-elEhth street, south
side, t. 3x121 1
Wllllnm II. Runsell and wife to
t Jamea P. Slater, Twenty-eighth
atreet. 131.1 feet south of Douglaa
street, weat aids, 4Qxlla 1
Lulu N. Jerome to Mary p. Gerspach
r at al, Farnam street, Fifty
eight feet wst of Fotty-tlahth
street, south side, S0xU4 1
wiuiam P. Warner1 and wife to Rob
" ert A..8lewa. Cass street, 304 feet
eaat of Fifty -first street, north
side, 46x134 1
Millie K. Wtckeraham and husband
to Mary Roawe Kimball south
west corner Forty. ninth and Dav
enport afreet, 100x134 10,400
baura E. Morrow and husband to
Arthur Theodere, Maple street,
sixty feet eaat ' of Nineteenth
street, south side, I0ili ' 1
i tu dor snefer and wtfa to Arthur
Theodon. Twenty-dflh avenue, 13 x
fet atiuth et Pierce street, weat
ld. ISxXZt 1
Mnreus HlecV to Howard P. How-
. -ll. north weat corner. Thlrty-ttflh ... .
and UknUu, 40x113 -4 , . , .... . . . , , : t
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Xlndi ' Generally
Steady Lambs ' Make a
New High Record.
HOGS TEN TO FIFTEEN UP
Omaha, April 21, 117.
Itecelpta were: Cattle. Hoge. Sheep.
Official Monday I.i:a 7.0l 8.4,1
ufrirlal Tueeday 1.722 t,471 .!
Official W.ln-, I. J.... !.; It.tlt .
Kallmate Thursday ..700 1".0 &.300
Four daya this week. . H.lnl S.7:t 12,311
Bame daya laet week. .28.925 U.l.B 31, MR
Same deya 2 wka. ago. 26.407 3M21 33,60,
Heme daya I wka. ego.lM3 a,l6 24,274
Heme daya 4 wka. ago. 80.37, SI. 827 43,733
Sam. daya laat year.. .20,733 30,741 10,731
Rerelpta and disposition of live Block at
the Union Stock Yard,, Omaha, for twenty
four hour, ending at 1 o'clock p. m. yes
RECEIPTS CAFI8. I
(., M. St. P.... 3
Wabash 3 1
Missouri Pacific... - 1
Union Pacific...... SI 34 la
C. N. W., eaat.. 10 S I
C. IC. W.. weat.. H tl .. 1
ft, St. P.. SL O. 34 10 .. ..
C, B. Q., east.. 12 3 .. ..
('.. B. Q., west., tr. 40 S
ft, P.. I. & P.. east 3 2
ft, R. I. P., west.. 1
Illinois Centre! ..... 4
Chlcsgo Gfc 1'et,. 5 1 ..t - ..
Total receipts.... 210. lit! 2 2
PISP081T10N II EAD.
.4 Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.
Morrla Co... .,.. 731 1.210 2S7
Swift A roi.... ....... 770 3.133 1.030
Cudahy racking Co.... 733 S.127 :.B3
Armour 4 Co. 1,221 1 617 l,iJ2
Schwarta A Ci. ........... . 600 ....
J. W. Murrhy. ......... 3,733 ....
Lincoln Packing .Co to
8. Omaha Peeking Co.. 23
Wilson Pecking- to !'
V. B. Lewis. 33
Huntslnger 4 'Oliver. ... 42
J. -JS. Root aV.Cq. 10
J. II. Bulla. . , 1
Rosenstock. Brof, 32
F. O. Kellogic. . v ....... 76
Werthelmer gen.. ... "7 ....
Kins & Co. . w.,.,. io
ftulltvan Broa. .. 10
Mo. A Kun. Calf Co,... 298
Christie , 73
Huffman , '.' 12
Olssabarg ....... ... 3
Baker, Jones. eY Smith.. 120 .....
Banner Bros. 7 .'
John Harvey 143
Dennis A Vrancta. . . v. .. 2
Tat O'Oay '. 14 .....
Other buyers .. 164 ..... 1.035
Totals .....-.'.4,tllS 10,338 4,497 J
Cattle Thi d'emand "Baa fair and the gen-
rral markot was aleady althous-h It was not
very actlve snd'there was a weak feeling
on the mMmmgMstTee. which was true of1
cow stuff well an beef steers. Blockers
and feedeTri were abou steady, There were
no choir' heavy beeves, but there were oat- :
tie here gn&d -Wnough to bring f 12.85. 1
Quotations on Calt1--Oood to choice I
beeVea, tlt.6013.00; fair to good boevea,
HO.7663111,601; common to fair beeves, 14.60 1
4J 10.75; good to choice heifers. 19.60(910.84;
good to choice cows, l8.7DtSM0.50; fair to ;
good cows, -18.08.76; common to fair oowa. 1
86.60C518.0; 1 prime feeding aten, 49.60
9.76; good to yhotce feeders, - $8.TStg9.t0; ;
fair to good feeders. 8.o08.75i Commort to
fslr feedorf 4.79"tS.0; ' good to choice
atockers, 8.6fl4.78; stock helrtrs. 17.00 j
9,75; stock cow. $t.Ofl9.3fi: atock calvea,
I7.50O10.00: veal calves, t.O0Q12.t0; beef
bullsf stag," etc.. f8,00,9.50i
Representative sales: '
, BEEF STKERfl. - ;
No. '"fiv, ,. Ft No.' Ar. Pf.
1 418 7 7 ,.' 9.: 191 10 Oft!
14 ... 887 10 10 ' 23... 494 19 41 1
18 1041 10 66 31J. M0 10 10,
J8 894 10 90 16 1J94 11-10
i4 Ifsiyji 00 -,rt.-..;....noi if
38 r.J018 11 30 "0121 1187 ll 40'
18 vitilTi 11 5'. 20 1105 ll 70'
14 ,tll 11 7 17... 1573 tt 10'
100 ,115 Jt85 20 1267 ll 40
17 1573 12 00 6. ........1234 12 16'
20 1390 4? Id 34 1271 12 30 ,
30 381 VS. 45 34 ,.141 12 6S
35 1347 W 45 ' . .
Hogs Th hog market see-saw tipped
the othee -Way today, and yesterday' - de
cllne was U regained. The shipping de
mand was the ;beat It hah been thia week, !
order buyers talimg somewhere near A third 1
of tho offerings. ' Shipper hogs sold 415c
higher. Tho packers did not do much until
shlnoers were pretty well through, but while 1
ihalr early 'offers were little better than ;
oteady, they had to follow the pace aet for
(hem. Opening Miller purrnsiea were ruuy
10c higher and the market got better a4 It
went along, iloslng active at generally 16c !
the trade wait the best of the week. Ship
Dins' demand was broader than on any previ
ous day, anil parkers made leas of a fight
ngalnsl advaficlng 'prlcea, tt good clearance
being effected by' mldforenoon.
Prices are a little- stronger than they
were Tuesday, being generally a full 104
16o higher than yesterday. The propor
tion of llrht and highly mixed hoga In the
(lfferiniis ' were comparatively large, but as
a rule the plainer hoga showed the long
end of tho upturn.- Bulk1 at tha sales waa
made1 at il$.li1!lS.4t. There waa a sprink
ling or the least deatraoio Kino aown to
even money and under, and the best heavies
sold on up to $16.40. ' ' .
Ksceipta were snout me same aa yeater
day. Abont -144 -cars, Or 10,800 head, ware
reported lit. The four daya' total Is 38,733
head, being 14-.500- smaller than laat week
and 13,000-shott of tho corresponding daya
a year ago!St heavier than two weeks ago
oy 8,000 m?aa. ..'...,
No. Av. Sh.' Pr.' '"" No. Av. Sh. Pr.
30. .142 80 U RO 1 US. .158 40 14 76 '
40. ,172 120 14 95 34..213"T60 16 00
71. .324 240 IS 10 86. .203 SO 16 15
83. .195 340 1C 20 21. .218 ... 16 35
78. .303 120- IS 30 ' 48. .156 ... 16 35
77. .322 ... 15 40 48. .352 ... 16 45
27. .272 .,.16 60 57. .298 ...15 65
69. .313 ... 15 40
Nheeo A, combination of light supplies.
a fairly good demand, and a generally
strong tone all round the market loop
sent prlcea to new high levels this morn
Ing. The upturn waa unevenly ntstrmuiea,
but good Mexican lambs, which made up
the bulk of the wooled offerings, sold mainly
30o higher than yesterday, and one lot, the
matea of lajnhgtiJhat were caahed early
yesterday at 1.00, showed a flat 40c up
turn, bringing $14.40. Several cars of good
handy weight Mexicans touched a new rec
ord price Jbt $14.60. This figure la 80c
above the high mark -of lis. SO laat Fri
day, and 1 an even dollar higher than the
beat price paid a w4?ek ago today.
On tha bulk of the offerings clipped 4 tuff
ahowed leas advance for the day than
wooled grades. X deck of handy clipped
Mexican lamba brought a new record price
of $13.60, while $13.004?. 3.30 bought the
most of the shorn stuff offered.
Shorn owe at $10.56 were a nickel higher
than a cut from the same band of stuff sold
yesterday. Nothing of Importance In the
Una of wooled sheep waa here and. In fact,
almost none have bean offered this week.
That they can be credited with at least
part of the adflince lambs havo shown la
certain, and good owes are safely quotable
up to $13.00, With none showing up. weth
er and yearling quotations continue to be
Jut a guess-work proposition.
The arrival of four cars of California
spring lambs, the first that have been here
this season, caused no excitement In the
trade. Kaxly In the day they were hold at
$17.00. but it was reported mat ay noon
only $18.00 was aoked for them. Up to a
late hour they had not sold. The selling of
spring lambs at less than yearling lamb
prices at this season ta a new feature of
the trade. It is, ot course, due 10 tne lotii
neaa of tho wool market.
Quotations on sheep and lamba: Lambs,
Mexican, $14.00616,60: lamba. fed western,
$16.6001646; lamba. iavah shorn, $12,6011
13.60; .yearlings, good to choice, $13.7541
14.69; yearlings, fair to good. $1S. 00013.75;
wethers, fair to choice, JI3.iOfill.60; ewes.
good to choice, $13.40113.00; ewes, fair to
good. I11.604J ewes, plain to cuiis,
No. Av, Pr.
:i$ Mexican lamba 77 14 60
11 fed lambs 94 16 00
341 clipped lambs 66 1$ $0
84, Louis Ltro Stock Market.
St. Loula, April 26. CattleReceipts.
1,600 head; market, higher; native- beef
steers, $7,604113.00; yearling steers and heif
ers. $8,604) 12.00; cows. $6 00011.40; stock
era and feeders, $6,006)10.16; Texas quaran
tine steergv $4.504.50; prima southern beef
steers, $8,004 U.oO; beef cows and heifers,
44.34O9.00j prliio yaVUng ateera and belf-
REAL EST ATfi TRANSFERS.
Isudor 2lt?gter and wlfo to Edgar A.
Balrd, northeast corner Twenty
alxth and Harney IfVeettliHliV i J
Th; Vault Land dr. t Frei M'f 3fu- r .
cohort. Twnty-flwit eitrety siofei- . U ,
south of Poppleton .Avsnubstest-. v J
Blue, 34x131 V-7;. .'.-Vrv'
ers. $7.60013.00; native calvea. $$.00012 60.
Hogs Receipts, 7,100 head: market,
higher; lights, $l5.36vlu.66; plfi. $10,760
14.26; mixed and butchers. $16.40016.96;
good hevy. 15.)&0 16-45; bulk of gales,
Sheep and' Lambs Receipts. 750 head;
market higher; lamba, $13.40014.60; awes,
89.60O13.24; yearlings, $13.76014.74; clipped
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Finn.. Hoga Weak, Sheep Strong.
Chicago, April 24. Cattle Receipt, 4,000
head; market, firm; native beef cattle, $9.00
013.44; e!tockrs and f-eders, IT. 1110.00:
cows and heifers, $6.70911.20; calves, $800
up 1 z.uu.
HiigH Receipts. 22,000 head: market.
weak at 10c above yeeierdar'a average; bulk
of nates, $16. 604jc 14.90; light, $14.r,&016.84;
mixed, $t6.2Ctj 16.96; heavy. ll&.CJtj 16,96;
rough. Hi. ::.,!&, U; pig, 19 60i:;.ti5.
Kh-'ep and Lamba fUceii-ts,' 16.000 hjad;
mnrltet, strong; wethers. 110.76 13.20:
ewes, $9.7'O12.90; lambs, $n.40OH-76.
Kanaaa City Uvc Mock Market.
Kanxas City, April 26 Cattle Rtcelots.
900 head! market, steady; prims fed steers.
US o4y dressed bef steels, $9.26
13 00; western . n leers. $9. 35ft 12.60: rows.
1 6 . 0 1 0 & 0 ; heifers. $6.00Ot1-!&: atockerB
and feeders, $7.60010.60; bulla, $7.50 10.00;
Hoga Itecelpta, 7.000 . heed: ninrket.
higher: hulk of aales, $16.00015.80; heavy.
u.oo'niju so; pacKers and bul-'her. $15.36
O1SJ0; light, ,314.76016.46; plga, $10,600
iShcap and Lambs Reclpia. 4.200 head;
marker, higher; lamba. $13.0016.60; year
lings. $13.tf4 14.50; wethers, $11.00 14.00;
ewes, $10,504 U.OO.
Kansas City JUra fttock Market,
Kanaas City. Mo., April 26. Cattle Re.
celpta. 2,000 head; market higher; prime
fed steers, 2.tOfZ.-,h; dreised beef steers.
$9.00 0 1 2.00: western steers. 49.00 0 12.60;
cows, $4.60 0 10.60; heifers, $4.00011.00;
slot kers and feeders, $7:60 0 10.50; bulls,
sr.ii7lt,.2&: ralvetj, 7. 00O18.00.
Hogs Ht'celpts. 7,00 head; market 10c
higher, hulk of sales, $15.1616.76; heavy,
4U-,70'fH;.0; pack era ami butchfrs, $16.36
06.70; light, $14.76015.60; pigs, $10,600
Hhcep ant! Lambs Receipts. 4,000 head;
market higher; lambs, $12.60016.30; year
llngs, $18. 60fi 14.60; wethers, $11.00013.75;
ewes, $10.50013.60. -
St. Joftph LIt Stock Market, ,
St. Joseph, Mo., April 74. Cattle Re.
eelpls, '6,600 head; market slow and steady;
steers, $9.00012.36; cows nhd belfors, $6.60
flpn uo; calvea, 86.00ftT 1 1.00.
Hoga Receipts, 7,600 head; market
prosper! 601Qc higher; top, $15.90; bulk
of sales, $16.10016.66.
Nhecp and Lambs Receipts, 8,000 head:
market 25W36c higher; lambs. $15.75016.60:
Uve Ntoek In. Sight. '
western marksts yesterday: "
t ' Cattle. TTnn. ftheen
Omaha 4.700 10,800 5.300
St. !rf)Uls 1S00 7.100 760
Chicago 4,000 22,000 - 15,000
nr.i3nn.si . uj ,..,,, ir'PU I.VVIf ' ..it'MJ
Sioux City 1,700 7,000 1,700
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
Quotations of tho fmj on Various Leading
New York. April 26. Flour Market
strong. Spring patents, $13.16013.40; winter
patents. $13.30!? 13.66; winter straight,
$12.90013-16; Kanaas atraighta; $13,600
Whea.t Spot unsettled; No. S hard,
$2.95 f. o. b. New York; No. 1 northern,
Duluth. $2.82; No. I northern, Manitoba.
$2.80 f. o. b. New York opening navigation.
, Corn Spot firm; No. 8 yellow, $1.69 c.
L f. New York.
Oats Spot steady, and nominal; standard,
Provisions rork, r.trmi; mexa, $41,000
41.60; short, olear. $42.00044.00. Beef
UtrOng; mess, $28.00029.00 family, $31.00
032,oo. Lard firm, middle west, $21.90
flutter WeAkt receipts M90; creamery,
higher than, extras, 4GO40c: creamery,
ntrtN (4$ score) ,1fnV; firsts, 3740
V; sfcoiydj, $03Tc..
Kite unsettled feruptl 39,45$ caaea
fM4h gathered extrga, 314c: fresh gathered
storage, pacxea nrsts, iio3Dc;
erea firsts, jzujjc.
Cheese Firm: recelnts 3.144: stata freah
specials, IfiHc: average run 36ic
.. I tressed poultry quiet; chickens. 23029o;
fowls, 2m027c; Turkeys, 1835c. .Live
poultry weakj fowls. 23c; Turkeys, 17016c.
, OMAHA OENEKAL MARKET. N
Beef iTutaNo. 1 ribs. 34 He: No. 2, SJtte:
No. 3, lisc; No. 1 loins, 284c; No. 2.
26Hc; No. 3, 20 He; .No. 1 chucks. 18c; No.
3. 17c,; No.. 3, 16': No. 1 rounds. 13c;
No. 2. 19'4c; No. 3. 18c; No. 1 plates, 16c;
No. 2. lc No. 3, 14ic.
nsn Haunui. ibc ID. ; naiiDut. rroxen. 15c
lb.; catfish, large and O. R, 30c lb.; catfish.
small, 19c lb.; salmon, Falls, frozen, dressed.
14c lb. j round, lie lb.; salmon, Red Pilvers,
froxen, dressed. 17c lb.; black cod sable
fish, lie lb.: trout. No. 1, freah, 18c1 lb.;
whlteflsh. No. 1, Laka Krl. fresh, 23c lb.;
oaes, u. b., large, nc in.; meatam and small,
100 lb.; croppies, O. a, large, lUo b.;
average, tec IB.; pickerel, froaen,
dressed, 10Hc lb.; round, 7Hc lb.; smoked
whiting, 16o lb.; froxen. Baracuda, 14c lb.;
bluefish. 14c lb.; froxen catfish. 16o lb.; roe
ihad, each 50c; pike. 14c lb.; froxen white-
dab, medium, 18c lb.; fresh roe shad, heavy,
Oysters "King Cole." large1 cans, stan
dards, 40c: aelecta, 45c; counts, (0c
Prices furnished by Olllnsxy Fruit com
Fruits Oranges: 260s, !S8s. 324s, $3.00
box: 3008. 216s. 83.60 box. 100s. 226s. 160s.
176s, $3.76 box. Lemons: Fancy, $6.50 box;
cnoicc. 45.01 tox. uraperruiu Florida:. 36s.
$4.00 box; 46s. $4.36 box; 64s. $4.60 box;
64s, 80s, 46b, 45.00 box. Apples: wine asps,
extra fancy, $3.50 box; Wine Saps, 163s,
176s, 188s, $2.26 box; New York Pippins,
175s, $1.75 box: Ulne Baps, Jumble, $1.90
box; Missouri Pippins, Jumble, $1.60 box.
Vegetables Celery, $1.00 doz.; carrots. 4c
lb.; rutabagoes, $c lb.; cabbage, 12c lb.;
asparagus, $;'.60 box; asparagus, 16c lb.;
ttittuce, $4.26 crate; lettuce. $1.26 dox. : caul
iflower, $3.60 crate: cucumbers, extra fancy,
13.00 dox.; tomatoea, $6.50 basket; onlone,
wax, $3.76 crate;, onlona. Spanish, $8.00
crate; sweet potatoes, $2.66 hamper; pota
toes, eating, $3.40 bu. ; potatoes, new. No. 1,
$4.35 hamper. x
Onion Sets Yellow, bu., $5.G0; rod, $6.00
Plants Tomato. 90o box; cabbage, 90c
Cheese Imported Kwlns, out ; fancy do
mestic Swlaa. 46c; No. 1 domestic Swlaa, 40c;
block domestic Swiss, 33c; twins, 39c; trip
lets, J8c; daisies, 29c; young America, 29c;
long horns, i29c; X. V. white, 29c; Blue
Label brick. 25c; llmburger, 80c; French
Honey Case, $3.00.
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts light on both prairie hay and
alfalfa. Market firm and higher on the
better grades of hay, demand good.
Hay Choice upland prairie, $19.00020.00;
No. 1, $18.00019.00; No. 3. $16.00017.00;
No. 3. $10.00012.00. Midland. No. 1, $18.00
O19-00; No. 3, $14.00016.00. Lowland, No.
1, $13.50O14-S0; No. 2, $10.00011.00; No. t,
Alfalfa-Cholce. $22.00 23.08; No. 1,
$31.00022.00; Standard. $18.00030.00; No, 3,
$16.00017.00; No. 3, $13.00014.00.
Straw Oat, $7.0007.60; wheat, $6,000
Minneapolis Groin Marmet.
Minneapolis. April 26. Flour Fancy
patents 40c higher, quoted at $13.60; first
clears. 6O0 higher, quoted at $11.80; oilier
Barley $1,160 1.48.
Bran $39.50 040.00.
Wheat May $2.45; July, $'.354. Cash:
No. 1 hard. 82.T5O2.S0; No. 1 northern,
$2.6302.49; No. 2 northern, $3.6903.69.
Corn No. S yellow, $1.47 01.49.
Oats No. 3 white, 7174ic
Flaxseed $3. 304 0 3.36.
New York, April 86. Cotton Futures
opened steady; May. 19.85c; July, 19.66e;
October, 18.59c; December, 38.47c; January,
Cotton Futures V closed ' steady;7 ' May,
18.86c; July. 19.67c; October, 18.65c; De
cember, I8.TO0; January, 18.72c.
Tha rotton market closed steady at a
net advance of 8 to 18 points.
1 Ivtrnnril X nrll 1 CfiUnnSnnt tmAv
fgood middling. 12.s(id; middling, 13.73d;
tow mi aa ling, is.aoa. sates, i,uu oaies.
Pry Goods Market,
New York, April 36. Cotton goods were
firm today. Government orders for both
wool and cotton gooda continued to Increase.
Wage are being advanced In all textile
mills, thus adding to tho Increased cost of
production. Tha leading carpet manufac
turers la th country havo- given notice to
curtail tha output ft per cent.
14. Laat Grain Market.
HL Loula, April 24. Wheat No. 3 red.
$3.90; May, $2.70i; July. $2.13.
Corn No. 2, $1.60HOl-41; No. 1 whits,
$1.68 01-70; May, $1 60 July.. $1.44.
Oats No. 3, 74 Sc; No. $ white, nominal.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Nearly sill Grades of Wheat
Sell at Record Prices on
Strong Cash Market.
yellow" CORN IS SLOW
Omaha, April .'S, 1917.
, The cash wheat situation was unusually
strong today and almost all grades of wheat
sold at record prices, i
Spring wheat and the better samples of
hard winter were In strong demand and
boh of these grades sold at extremely high
prlcea. No. 8 spring being quoted at $-.65,
Wlilla No. 3 hard sold around $2.82.
Theso prices on wheat were from Uc to
18c above yesterday's average price and al
most 12c to 16c above the previous record,
which was reached about ten dajs ago.
While the demand for all grades of wheat
was, aa uAual, very active, the cash trade
was limited an account of light receipts and
also bceuuse a few of the sellers held out
for better prices.
The advance In wheat wan followed by
comparatively heavy gains In both the corn
und oat: market and thr.ie cereals also sold
at new record prices. The trade m corn
w aa rather slow during ythe early trading
hours, hut tho traders btgan to get together
about noon and a good part of the offerings
were din posed of before the close.
The demand for all varieties of corn waa
pretty active, but the white and mixed sold
more readily than the yellow, the n-llers of
yellow corn not being satisfied with the
prlcea offered by the buyers.
The wide premium on whlte corn was
still In evidence and most of the samples
of white corn sold fully 10c. above tlif bet
ter grades of mixed corn. s.
The eommerelsl grals of while corn sold
around $1,68' .to $l.6fij. the general run
of mixed corn sold at $1.53 to $1.65'. and
a few Mala sales of yellow corn were made
at 41.S3V an advance of 3c to 4c over
Oflta were strong at an advance of Hv
to 2W6.C, but while the demand va fair, (he
'sellers held out and only a small part of
the offerings were sold.
Rye and barley were strong at nominal
advances, hut no aals were reported on ac
count of continued light recelpte.
Clearances were: , "Wheat and flour, equal
to SI, 000 budhels; corn, 42,000 bushcte.
Primary wheat receipts were 765,000 bush
els and shipments 858,000 bushels, against
receipts of 707.000 bushel and shipments of
1,666,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn reolpta wero 573,000 bush
els and shipments 449,000 bushels, against
receipts of 478.000 bushels and shipments
of 687,000 bushels laat' year.
Primary oats receipts were 827,000 bush
els and shipments 1,486,000 bufthels, against'
receipts of 826,000 bun he Is and shipments
of 896,000 bushels last year.
St. Louis . , .
Theso sales wero reported today:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, $2.85;
1 1-5 cars, $2.82. No. 3 hard winter: 1 car,
$2.fr2. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car. $:.83; 1
car, $2.78; 4-5 car, $2.68, Sample hard win
ter: 1 car, $2.60. No. 3 spring: 2 cars, $2.86.
No. 4 mixed: I car, 2.72,
Corn No. 2 white: 1 car. $1.64'A. . No. 3
white: 1 car, $1.6fft; 4 cars, $l.644; 2
cars, $1.64. No. .4 white. 2 cars, $l.3',"j.
no. s yeiiow: i car, ii.&ii. iso. 3 yellow:
S cars, $1.63 fc; 1 car, $1.S3. No. 4 yellow:
1 car. $1.634. No. 1 vJxed; 2 cars (near
white), $1.41; 1 car, $1.63. No. 2 mixed:
1 car (near whim. -ai.ai : a ears. St.631; 6
cars, $1.63. No. 8 mixed: 1 car( mar White).
$l.ftO; 1 car. $1.48U; 9 cars. $1.53, No. 5
mixed: 2 cars, $1.68.'- - ' ,
Oats No 3 white: 8 cars. 73 He. Xo. 4
white: 3 cars, 1t)c. . Sample white1; 1 cars,
$2.8102.85; No. 3 hard. $.77Q 2.83 ; ' No. 4
bard, $2.6762 $3: No. 2 spring. $!.8!02.8T;
No, 3 spring. ' $2,8002.86. Corn: No. 2
white, $1.6443H.ti4i; No. S white, $1,640
1.64 "4 ; No. I unite, x 1.63 ft 1.63S; No. 5
white, $1.6201.63; No. white. $1.61fi1.62:
No. 2 yellow, 41.52 0 1.53 li; No. 3 yelloy,
$1.52 ' 1-63 'it No. 4 yellow, fl .52i iff 1.63:
Mo. 6 yellow, $1.5201-62: No. 4 yellow.
$1.614.01.62; No. 2 mixed, $1.5301-63,i ;
No. 3 mixed, $1.5201.53; No. 4 mixed.
$1.5201.52: No. 6 mlx"d, $1.514 01-52:
No. 6 mixed, $1.610 1-61 Oats: No. 2
Fhlte, 74457414c;-standard. 75i&T4c No.
3 white, 73ft .34c; No. 4 white, 72 'i S 72Hc.
nanny: Mailing, f 1.4 eqv i.ew; t reea.
$1.2001.28. Rye. No. 2, $1.9101-93; No. 3,
Local range of options:
3 $iy- I
2 20 1
1 46 143
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan tt Bryan, stock and grain brokers.
31ft South Sixteenth street, Omaha
3 86 1261
1 86 188A
1 43 144H
1 34 135 '
634 64 .
Art. I Open. High. Low.j Close Tea.
May 2 14 3 40 352 2 64 251
July t ,18 3 25 'i 216 2 16 216
Sep. 1 $04 I 96 187'i , 1 87 189
May - 1 49 1 6314 145 1 46 149
July 1 44 1 44 1414 1 42 144
Sep. 1 36 1 38 134 1 34 135
May jm 70 72U 89 69 69
July 67 68 65 66! 64
Sep. 67( 68( 65 56l 66
May 87 98 38 05 37 63 37 75 37 25
July 37 70 38 25 37 70 37 85 !37 V-
Lard. .1 1
May 31 -37 21 55 21 S5i 21 45 '21 35
July 21 35 21 77'si 501 70 121 45
Ribs. . 11
May 20 05 20 SS f34 05! 20 2220 00
July 20 35 f 30 60 !20 30' 30 45 '20 25
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
nomeatlo Millers and Exporter Bid Yp
Chicago, April 2 Violent breaks in
wheat prices today followed h fresh record
breaking advance pf nearly 10 cents. The
market acted aa If overbought and was
bearlshly Influenced after midday by the
prominence given In some quarters to State
department peace Inferencea from German
Industrial disturbances and by other Wash
ington advlcea referring to moves for the
establishment of a German republic. The
close was weak at $2.S402 64 for May
and $2.1603.16 for July, with the finish
aa a whole ranging from 2c decline to 4c
advance, as compared with twenty-four
hours before. Corn showed a net lots of
llty-ic, oats cloaed lc off to c up, and pro
visions at gains of 15050c.
Until nearly the last hour of trading the
wheat market was largely dominated by
European reports of shortage of supplies
and by knowledge that shipping available
for exports from this side of the Atlantic
had received a large accession. Official an
nouncement that owing to the exigencies of
the food situation In Portugal all Import
duties on cereals had been removed waa one
of many factors that seemed to Imply con
tinued sharp competition by exporters and
domestic millers. Bet-Ides, stormy weather
Involving additional delay and curtailment
of spring wheat seeding both Aides of the
Canadian line tended further to lift prices.
Profit taking axles did much to start
wheat prices down grade at the last. Wild
declines, however, were finally checked as
a result of support which developed for the
Corn and oats advanced with wheat to
new top record prices and then receded
when wheat suffered a break. OatB continued
to surpass corn In point of activity and rela
Higher prices on hoga helped to caue
and sustain advances In provisions. The
bulk of the t ratling was in the more dis
Caah Prices Wheat: No. 3 red. $2.96:
No. 3 red, nominal; Nos. 3 and 3 hard,
nominal. Corn: No. 1 yellow, $1.62 O
1.68; No. 8 yellow. $1.5401-59; No. 4
yellow, nominal. Oats: No. 3 white. 720
71 H; atandard, 74 075c. Rye: No. 3,
$2.03. Barleyt $1.1601.54. Seeds:
Timothy, $6.6006.90; clover. $12.00017.00.
Provisions: Pork, $37.75; lard, $21,460
31.40; ribs. $14.90020.60.
Butter Lower; creamery, 34 038c.
Eggs Higher; ' receipts, 29,038 cases;
firsts, 31C33c; ordinary, Units. 30
30o; at mark, caaea Included, 30032c.
Potatoes Receipts, 26 carp; unchanged.
Poultry Alive, unchanged.
Koasaa City General Market.
Kansas City. April 24. Wheat No. !
hard, $2.8603.9$; No. 3 red, $:.88O3.40;
May, $2. 93; July, $3.14.
Corn No. 3 mixed. $1.59 01-67; No. 2
white, $1.6901.70; No. 3 yellow, 31.6G0
1.66; May. $1.46: Jajr. 31-43.
Oats No. 3 white, 76077c; No. $ mixed,
NEW YORK STOCKS
New Advances in Shares Re
ceive Impulse From Short
. Efforts to Cover.
STEEL LEADS THE LIST
New Tork, April 26. Additional advance,
In stocks today, ortly a small part of which
were finally retained, again received thal
Impulse from efforts ot the short interests
to cover contract.
At today's beat prices many of the mora
prominent stocks registored maximum quo
tations Ihus far this year and United States
Steel, which added 1 points to yesterday's
gain at 117, was within a point of 14a
record for tJiat period, receding almost 2
polniK, however, at the epd.
Other Industrials, the Hat embracing all.
the better known equipments and munition
as well aa a score of specialties trellnqulahec
most of their advantage In the last ho!
some showing moderate, net losses. Almos'
the only exceptions were the shippings anc
rails, these rising steadily In the face of
heavlntas elsewhere, the market closing with
an Irregular tone. Total aales amounted to
slightly over a million shares, tha largest
in several weelia.
Peace rumors were brought Into play In
the later dealtngn, but these received little
credence in high quarters. Factors which
militated against a further advance of
prices were foumi- In the small accession ol
outside Inquiry and the attitude of bank
Ing interests, who have registered thelf op
position to any sustained market movement
at this time.
Loral money rate wre easier, call, loam
holding between 2 and 2 per cent, ee
agnlnat yesterday's maximum' of 4 per
cent. Bonds were irregular on broador
trading. Total sale,, par value, $4,560,000.
United Statea bonds were unchanged on
Pa'. High. Low. Cloae.
Am. B"t Sugar... 4,700 94 93 98 '4
Amerlcn 'T,n 4. 400 46 46 45
Am. Car & Kound. 2.6fn 68 67 67 j
Am. Locomotive. ..' 2.200 f9 68 68
Am. Smelt & Rcf g 700 11? H3 il2
Am. Sugar Refg..' 700 J 112 11?
Am. Tel. A Tel.. 200 12J 123, 128
Ani. Z.. L.- AH..,. 1.600 S 31 31
Anaconda Copper.. 31.R00 81 7$ 79
Atchleon S.K'O 1n3 ins 103
AtU O. W.T.S.S.- 7,400 100 96 98
Ball lino re & Ohio. 2,900 77 76 76
Butte & Sup. Cop. 1.700 44 43 43
Ca. Petroleum, ... 1.300 20 ?0 19
Canadian Pacific,. 1.900 132 161 161
Central Iathtr... IR.unn 9 86 88
Cheapeake & Ohio. 4.000 41 60 61
Chicago. M. St. P 3,400 83 82 82
Chicago ft K. -Vy 114
Chi., R. T. & P. ctfs 46
Chlno CoppflV 9.900 68' 64 64
Colo., Fuel ft Iron 3,600 60 4 4t
Corn Prod. Refg... 11.600 24 24 24
Crucible Steel 19,100 64 62 62
Cuba Cane Sugar. 4,700 47 46 4
Distiller's Sees 21,u0 15 14 '14
Erie '. 10.700 28 27 2f.
Genirai KMctrlc 163
General Motora 12,800 110 106 107
Gt, Northern ffd.. 14,000 1 10 U0 jl0i
Gt. :o. Ore., fti. 7.600 35 32 32
Illlnol Central.... . 300 104 103 1U
Inspiration Copper 16.A00 68 66, 6s
Int. M, M, pfd... 49.900 81 77 80 .
IiUornatlon.. Nickel 4,00 42 41 '.4.1
International Paper 1,500 40 39 40
Kan. CHy .Southern 200 22 22 22
Kennecott Copper. 15.900 56 4G 46
Mulavljlc ft Nash 131 .
Maxwe.ll Motors.... 2.100 50 .41 .41
Mexican Petroleum 6,800 89 88 88
Miami Copper 4,700 42 42 42
Missouri Pacific... 400 24 28, 28
Montana Power 300
Nevada Copper.... -8,700 23 28 3
K. Y. Central 4.T00 96 ?4 94
Jf. Y.. N. B. ft H. 1.900 ,42 41 41
Norfolk ft Western 1,100 130 129 129
Northern Pacific. 2.000 103 103 103
Pacific Mall 90 22 2 21
Pennsylvania .4,100 53, 53 ,63 ,
Pittsburgh Coal... 17.100 47 44 46
Ray Con. Copper.. K,ooo 80 ,,29 29
Reading 29.600 97 84 .94
Rp. ron ft Steel. 17,900 83 80 81
Shattuck Arli. Cop. 1.400 26 , 25 , 26
Southern Pacific... 2.600 96 94 94
Southern Railway.. 13,500 28 . 28 28
Studebaker Cor 12.300 89 86 87
Texas Co 2,800 211 206 t08
Union Pacific 11.600 138 137 187
V. S. Ind. Alcohol.- 36,;00 112 110 110
U. S. Steel 286,000 117 116 116
U. S. Steel pfd... 800 116 11 118
Utah Copier 2S.300 116 114 114
Wabash pfd "B-.. 1,200 35 25 26
Western Union 500 96 96 5
TVestliighous Kler.. 4.000 60 49Ji 49,
New York Money Market.
-New York. April 26. Mercantile Paper
4 s4 per cent.
Sterling Exchange 60-day bills, t $4.73-;
commercial 60-day bills on banks.- $4.72;
commercial 60-day bills, $4.71; demand,
$4.76; rabies, $4.76 7-16.
Silver Bar, "3c; Mexican dollars, 6441c.
Bonds Government, steady; railroad, Ir
regular. Time Loans Firmer; 60 days, 304 per
cent; 90 days, 44 per cent; 6 months, 4
04 per cent
Oil Money Weak: high, 2 per cent;
loan, 3 per cent; ruling. rate, 2 per cent;
last loan, 2 per cent; closing bid, 2 par
cent:, offered at 3 per cent. '
U. S. 2s, reg... 98 Int. M. M. 6s... 93
do coupon.... 98 K. C. 80. ref. 6s 87
U. S. 3a, reg... 99 iV ft N. un. 4a., 92
do coupon.... 99 hf.. K. ft T. 1st 4s 73
U. S. 4s. reg. ,.105 Mo. Pac. gen-4s 63
do coupon. .. .106Mont, Power 6s. $4
Panama 5s, cp. 96 - N'. T. C. deb. 4a. 107 -Am.
F. Sec. 6a.. 6No. Pac. 4s..,.. 41 .
A. T. ft T. clt. 6s 99 do 3a....,.,., 63
Anglo-French 6s. 940. S. L. ref; 4a. 89
Armour ftCo.4a 92Pac. T. ft T. 6s 98
Atch. gen. 4s... 92Penn. con. 4s.l04
B. A O. 4r 88 do gen. 4s.. 97 !
Cent. Leather 5s.JO0-Readlng gen. 4s 92
Cent. Pac. 1st.. 863.L.ftS.F. ad. 6s. 68
C. ft O. cv. 6s.. 90 S, T. cv. 5s 100
C, R. ft Q. jt. 4a. 96 do ref. 4s. 87
C..M.ftS.P.g.4s 973o. Ry. 5s 48
C., R. 1. ft P. r. 4s 78 T. ft P. 1st..,. 99
C. ft fl. ref. 4a. 80 U. P. 4s 96
D. & R. O. ref. 5s 66 do cv. 4s 91
Pom. of C. 1931 97 IT. S. Rubber 5s. 88
Erie gen. 4.... 63 L. S. Steel 5s...10j
Gen. Electric 6sl02 tVabash let 101
Gt. No. lHt 4s 96 V. Union 4s. 93
L C. ref. 4s 87 "Bid. v
London Storks and Boads
London. April 26. American securities
were affected by the rise in Wall street,
which necessitated higher treasury bids for
the big shires, but low priced Issues only
resionded to the rise fractionally on tha
atock exchange today.
Silver Bar, 87 4-14d per ounce.
Money 404 per cent.
Discount Rates Short bills, 4 per cent, '
three months, 4 per cent.
Omaha, April 26. Bank clearings for
Omaha today were $6,989,663.79, nd for
the corresponding day last year $8,993,
409.05. Coffee Market.
New Tork. April 26. Coffee futurea
opened at unchanged prices to an advance
of 1 point and sold 6 to 10 point a net higher
during the morning on covering and trade
buytng. The first May notices estimated at
about 30,000 bags were smaller than ex
pected and the advance .was also encouraged
by continued talk ot a firmer feeling In
Braxll. After selling at 8.13c early. July
cloaed at 8.05c and December reacted from
8.48 to 8.39c. The close wan unchanged
to 2 points higher. St leu, Including ex
changes, 101.500 bags. April and May 7.86c;
June. 7.95c; July. 8.04c: August, 8.12c;
September. 8.19c; October, 836c; November.
8.32c; December, 8.S9c; February, 8.53c;
Spot, quiet: Rio In. 10c; Santos 4s, 10c.
No change was reported In the cost and
freight situation. The official cables re
ported no change In Brazilian markets ex
cept Santoa futures, whtcii wero unchanged
to 100 rels higher.
New York, Apr!) 36. Sugar Raw,
steady; centrifugal, 6.27c; molasses, 6.39c.
Refined, steady; fine gran laud, 7.50.00c.
Futures opened steady on covering, but
later eased off under renewed liquidation
and at noon prices, were 3 to 8 points lower.
The list eaaed off later with the easier
feeling in the spot market. Closed eaay and
70)1 point" lower. Bulk qf Sales, 7860 tons.
May, 6.28c; July, 5.45c; September, 5.53c.
. Metal Market. '
New Trk, April 26. Metals Lead, firm,
$9.f2. Spelter, firm; apot east St, Louis de
livery, )8-759.00. Copper, nominal; electro
lytic, apot and second quarter, $29.00030 00;
later deliveries, $24.00028.00. Iron, firmer;
No. 1 northern, $42.75043.75; No. 3. $43. tig
43.26. Tin. strong; apot, $68.00059.00.
At London: Spot copper. C130; futures,
121 10s; electrolytic, 142 Spot tin, 423?
15s; futures, 4328 5s. Lead, '30 10a. Spelter,
m 1 First Mortgage Bends fCf
Ocn.sninetiMS $300.00, $500.00, $1,00040
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