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MOVING AND STORAGE
Separate locked rooms tor hotiaehnld
soud and piuos; moving, packing and
OMAUA VAN AND 8TORAOB CO..
so. ma at. Dougiaa 4ii
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, atorat. end movlnv
ID N. 11th lit. Phot Uouf
FIDELITY fSfJia, FREE
Pbon Dougiaa tit for complst
list oi vacant houses and apart
merta. Alao tor atorart, moving.
ism anu jackson i
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Kxpurt ssrvtcs; prompt attention. Tour
moving your packing, your etoraga,
Ma-n Cfflc Central Furnltura St era.
16th ind Howard. Tel. D. 77IS,
Van and two men.
i.-t par Hour.
Van and dlorait Co.. Moving. Packing
Storag and Shipping. Phona Doug. 14P4.
Globe Van and Storage Co,
For real rervlca In movlig packlt.g and
storing, ca.l Tyler 830 or Uougla 4338.
T I T?ITr?T"i Kxpres Co., Moving
v. vuj.k Packing and storage,
izoj Farnam at. won. 2748. .ug ii
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
AN ATTRACTIVE HOME
BUILT TO LIVE IN, NOT TO
IN THE VERY BEST RESI
DENCE DISTRICT. '
Thla to one of the beat built homta ta
Omaha, Ston foundation and basement,
aolld brick above ( alato roof. The coal
bin and fruit cellar of til. Practically
no coat for painting or repairing,
Library with built-in bookcase, aolld
cherry; ha I Island atalrca of oak, dining
room la paneled In Venetian oak. All
floor are hardwood. Large doublo atorm
windowed and screened sun porch, con
neoted with both the library and dining
room by French door. Tna want or tnt
flrat floor and upper hall ara covered with
hand-decorated burlap, aicapt tha mualc
room; three bath rooma Largo closets
with outside windows, wardrobes and
cheat of drawera. There) ta a laundry,
fruit cellar, furnace room and spao which
can be finished for a billiard room In tb
basement, which la cemented throughout.
Large soft water cistern, gaa, hot water
neater for summer use.
So welt built that 16 tons at coal will
heat It throughout and with solid brick
walls, It Is wonderfully cool In summer.
At tha very creat of th bill, there la
always a breese thero If anywhere. It Is
convenient to th car line and hi tha
choicest residence section of Omaha, Tb
price Is very reasonable and term will b
mad to suit th buyer' convenience.
Owner leaving th city.
Addrcaa Box .687, Be.
CATHEDRAL DISTRJCT ,
AUTOMOBILE AS FIRST
Th owner of a 7-rm., atrlctly modern
house within 4 blocks of th Cathedral, la
leaving town. Will aU on a email pay
ment and take a good automobile a flrat
payment. Must be sold thla week.
537 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. V. 1711.
Just listed, a room, strictly modern
full two-story bom on 36th Street, Juat
north Of Farnam. Living room, dining
room, reception hall, den and kitchen on
first floor; four bedroom and bath on
second. Oak finish and oak floors, full
cement basement, furnace heat. . Large
lot, 60x184 feet East front
Btreet. Price reduced from 17,600 to
$6,760 for quick sal. Shown on appoint
ment. ... . f . . r, .
PAYNE INVESTMENT GO., .
M rvmahl -Nat'l Bank BULt. ')" P. "
"WEST FARNAM, $6,250
Built lor . home; T room. bMld. ont
room on th. third floor: strictly morn,
with four bearooroe, hot walar hut. Ill
bath, Hreplace, oak, mahotanr na whit,
enamel flnlsll, eaet front lot, on. block
from oar line, with cement drrveway and
garaie. Looatlon tin, and extra, food
GLOVER & SPAIN (Realtors.)
Douglas 3968. l-0 City National.
Juat Mated. 10-room, full S-atory horn,
on 6th St., Just north of th. Blackatone.
On account ot death In th. family, the
owner ha. placed thla hom. on th. mar
ket at a seorlflce nrto. Ther. to .
large lot 10 ft. frontage by 10 ft. deep;
east front on paved .tre.ti paving paldi
large, garage tor I can; pavod allay;
shown only oh appointment.' ' -:.
637 Omaha Nat'l, Bk. Bldg. P: 1TI1.
- ON FARNAM '
8ii32 It,, lap ot hill, Jut beyond tth
St Some Improvement. Easy terms.
SO, 000. . , - ; ' ;: .
HARRISON & MORTON,
tit nmaita ' National. ' Pong H'U. '
liTthe month ot April, iBli.. .
. The Omaha Be, Print. .
ir.JSO PAID WANT-ADS.
This U th. greatest number It ha, trtt
printed In any on. month before.
Thla baa .bean, accomplished by glvlns
BEST RESULTS AT U PER WORD
about H th. rat: charged by our
neareat competitor,- . -
Why Pay an Exorbitant Price 7
3-atory bldg., 2S ft., of ground at Slat
St.. $5S,000. . .
HARRISON & MORTON,
815 Omaha Nat, Bk. Bldg. P. U. .
' FIELD CLUB HOME,
$2,800 I room, and bath on flrat floor;
two finished rooma on eecond, all mod
ern; splendid location, near llth and Ma
aon. Owner anxloUa to a.ll.
C. G. CARLBERG (Realtor.)
alo-HH Brandela Theater Bldg, .
East of 20th, corner, partially Improved,
HARRISON & MORTON,
,18 Omaha Nat. BkBldg. P. 114.
WHY RENT A HOUSE T
When you can buy thla on. for ID, 000,
that wuuld rent for $00 per month. Sevan
room, and reception hall, beautiful oak
floors, newly painted; everything In good
repalri about on. block from Blarketon
hotel. For termo and location ae.
ALLEN k BARRETT. .
61$ Bee Bids. Doug. 776S,
Flv, rooms, atrlctly modern, flnlabed In
oak; located at 111! N. 16th St. Price
13,150. Terms. I Will take small oottage
400 Bee Bldg. Phona Douglai 427.
NEAJ. 30th and Farnam, 7-r. mod., well ar
ranged home, In a good district, for 11.600.
F. D. Weed. 310 S. llth St .
CHOICE CLOSE-IN APTS.
Beautiful light 4room apartment In the
Kio-le. at auth and Capitol Ave.. $36.
' Tile bath, prlvute porches, very light and
,1-strabl.. Also one 4-romn apartment at
$2'i.B0. See liinllor or rail Peters TniHt
Cumpany, 1H.'3 Farnam St. Pbon. l)ou
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
1V have listed one of ths awellest little
oungaiowa m inner Park; 6 rooma and
bath on flrat door: full cement basement:
furnace heat; floored attlo on second; nice
ioi. un pavea aireetf built.ln bookcaaes,
colonnade openings; bullt.ln buffet; dandy
iuuh. ana sieeiung room. This
priced at a bargain figure and can
handled on easy terma by right party.
!7 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. J7II
MOST COMPLETE HOME
ON NORTH SIDE
BUILT FOR HOME.
Six rooma and bath; all oak and birch
finish, two fireplace, bookcases, china
cabinet, buffet, breakfast room, th
aieai in piumotng; too complete to de
scribe; let us show you; close to Lothrop
school, Unt of Omaha, Kounta park, five
car lines, wnen can you see it r
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
TM Om, Nat. Dk. Bldg. Tyler 4t.
Th owner of a 7-room house at th
above addreaa haa ordered ua to sell at
once, isnrga 101 ouxiiii, on pavea street
Can be handled on terma or with discount
PAYNE . v'ESTMENT
137 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Poug. 1781
PINK N BY ST. BAROaTm
New bungalow of t rooma and Bleeping
porch, oak finish, handsomely decorated,
worth $4,500, but you can buy It thla week
for 13,960 on Rasp' term (which ara dead
asy). Immediate action will get you
RASP bROS.. REALTORS.
310-U-H Krellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
FOR sal or lease, one or both lota, each
eKm, at N, w. cor. of I6tb and Daven
port 6ta. Mak best offer to Mr. H. L.
Hawver, Melros Hotel. Los Angelea. Cal
THE FINEST NEW RESIDENCE.
en tb South Sid from any angl. Inside
or out Aioaarn to tna minut. Brick
veneer, fuii cement basement and fin
ished attio. Enameled tuba In laundry,
with washer operated by electric mw.
Hot water beat furnished by oil burner
turnace. uatn room, I no. tub and ahower,
completely tiled. 10 rooma, t alon eott
9bi to finish and decorate. Interior oak
finish. Sun parlor and acreen porches.
New brick garage with eoncret runway.
Plot 0x.6O: beautifully lawned. Butlt
by the owner at an original coat of IU.
0A0. Has sold his business Interests her
Desires to leav th stat and direct os
to sell for 912.(100. Any reasonable down
payment accepted. Listed exclusively
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. INC,
4925 a 24th St. Phone South 1374.
A GENTLEMAN'S HOME.
Overlooking ' Hanaoom Park. 'Plot 1S0X
UO. Contains twelve larta' rooms, three
baths with toilet. Innumerable eloaets
and pantrlea; steam heat, .even flraplacr.
aoa nnisnea in o.k ana manogany. Price
$11,000, and only $2,600 eaab required.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. INC
492$ & 14th Jt. Phone South 1147.
HOU8B, JUST COMPLETED.
Corner 40th and I Sti., on block from
school. Fine, level lots, 60x160. Contain 6
large rooms, city, water, electrto light and
toilet Price, 1.7 5ft. Your own term.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4I!5 B. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
Stucco construction, ( large light rooma.
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
$1,800. Eaay Urma, AnotUor nw bulla,
lng for 13.660. Call Oouglaa 1721 day.
Walnut' 1580 venlnga.
6lX rooma. modern except heat, fl.sOO.
Terms. So Owner, 3814 N. Slat St Web
Ster 490 .
ROOM modern home. 2601 8. 3Sd St.
SIX ROOMS MODERN, $2,000
$400 down, bafanc E. Z. Nearly new;
choice east front, lot 603$ B. th St, or
call Tyler 493. .
R. S. TRUMBULL.
130S 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. P. 1734.
B. ROBINSON. Real Estate and Insur
ance. 448 Bee Bldg. Dougla 8097.
WORLD REALTY CO g5win?"tw
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
LOT, 150x161 , trad or cash. Terms.
phone evenings. Harney 83B4,
. A. 4VOLF, Realtor, War Btk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investments
$76,000 Incom 1$ par Cent; on year
Old; very I'ne location; mortgage $26,000
and will accept $20,000 In trade; bal
ance cash or negotiable paper.
CALKINS $ft CO.,
Douglas 1313, City Nat Bank Bldi.
12 PER CENT INVESTMENT.
Four S-rooni and one 7-room modern
houses, m the center of the residential dU
trlct of the South Side for $9,760. Half
cash. Rent for $110 monthly and never
vacant Will trade the lot for a targe,
modem Imposing residence.
' SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4926 S. Hth St . Pbon South 1147.
SUE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
620 Flmt National Bank Bldg.
Invest' It funds only when curd by
mortgage on new properties built by
$1.00 SHARES GUARANTEED 1 per
Offices: 17th and Douglas St.. Omaha.
CORNER lt?h and Chicago; business prop
rty, very low price to oioae estate; only z
blocks from P. O. O. P. Stebbln, laio Chi.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
Small Brick Building and
Two Business Lots
Small brick building and two business
lot (or sale or will take In a part pay
ment choice acres ae or reside nc lot on
which th owner can build modern
Price of building and two lot 17,600.
First mortgage $3,500. What hav you
to offer t
24G.T-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tylr $0.
FOR SALB OR TIIADEL
Will trad a modern (ram tuslnes
building In center of th shopping district
on th tout a Side for Nebraska land. The
store on the firat door rent for $26 and
th flat upstair for $16 monthly. Valua
tion in trade, $4.$io. No boot money paid
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO..
492$ I, 14tb flt Phone South 1247.
la ih month of April, 1917,
Th Omaha Be printed
H.JCO PAID WANT-ADS.
This i the greatest number It haa ver
printed in any on month befor.
Thla haa bean accomplished by giving
HKriT RESULTS AT 10 PKR WORD
about H tliw , rata... charged by our
nearest 0umpvtl(or, --
Why Pny tn .Kxoriiltanl; rrl'-?
LbO A. tn
S. I. r$.r -.j'fl' t
REAL ESTATETo Exchange
Ibit ACHttS. highly tmprovtid. all leval
In cultivation, rich null, about sis mil
from Carlit. Dougiaa tunty. Mtnu.. price,
III per acre; Inc., for $5,000. Would
cwieiuer a good general stora or chea
iMtid. clear, for aquity. Addreaa 2111 Top-
i-irtt'n v, vinina, ?io.
(lOOD OMAHA INCOME PROPERTY
and part cash to rxrhaag for Douglas or
earpr ooumy rnrm iana.
BOX $642, HHK.
WANT to vxchange I guud housca. close In.
alwaya rented, (oi land. Prlc $12,000
aiorigsg is.soo. Box 1401 Bee.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
95 FOOT FRONTAGE
The above piece at ground I offered
under th market prtc of Farnam Street
frontage and has a revenue of $186 per
month. For an Investment proposition
mis ia one or tne nest to be had today.
Th future Is exceptionally good and
me price oi 37,suo ia very low. Infor
mation win be given on request.
4$.7-$ Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bia, Tyler .
$$ ft. near $lst St. $1,001) a foot.
HARRISON & MORTON,
916 Omaha National. Doug. $14.
100x1(0, $300 a ft
HARRISON & MORTON,
$15 Omaha Nat. Bk. BUg. I. $14.
llOxlH, corner 2Sth. $1,200 a foot
HARRISON & MORTON,
916 Omaha National. Doug. 814.
133x181, oor. 17th, $100 a ft.
HARRISON & MORTON,
916 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. P. $14.
W have flv acre In North Oroaha,
Just outside the city, -which w can sell
you at a bargain price. This lava nice:
drains well; -la very productive; grew 80
ousneia corn per acre last year; is an
ldesl plac for truck garden or dairy.
lerms. 1 ' ,
Blti 4 REALTY CO..
1016-16 W. O. W. Bldg.- - ' P. I4S6,
AFTER looking at MINNA LU8A 300 dlf-
ferent buyer decided tbat It wma th best
proposition on tb markt and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota.
IF YOU will com out today yon will
anaerstana why tb otner ar buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO
742 Omaha Nat Bank Blrtr. Tyler 187
bargaJq P.rlco on vacant lot on
' Orlmmel, Pont- 1$16,
. Miscellaneous. -
HAVE 'tract "of ground' bounded" by "t'hrV
street, witn wr and water in. contain'
lng 20 lot. Anyon wanting building lot
It would pay them . to invest 1 gat. Can
b used for a suburban1 borne. Do not
compare thla with acres g. Tbl la right
In th city, clos to ear Una and good
school can give terma. For rurtner in
formation se TRAVER BROTHERS. R19
First National Bank Bldg. Douglas 68$
60x116,- two street - -frontage; asy
terms. Call Dougiaa 1064,' or avenlnga,
BEAUTIFUL 60-toot lot. Price $220, only
12 on Kit antf 60:cfent tlT WWk. Doog. $391.
- ONE ARE - - -
56 FRUIT TREES :,
$10 DOWN $10 MONTH
This aor ly well, la near macadam
road and.. Benson Garden Jitney tin.
Fruit la three years old and will b bear
ing In about three year more. Ther
are cherries, apples, etc. Call Tyler BO
and ask for Mr. ' Manville. Of f lc open
evenings, ? i,u p. m.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
114 Harney Rtrnet.
t-rms., practicKtiy nw,' full 1 -story
house; large lot, 60x160, on pavad street;
full cement basement; furnace heat; oak
finish and oak floors, on flrat floor; oak
floors and white enamel finish on second:
house newly decorated and in first-class
condition. Can sell this for 600 down and
$46 a month. If looking for a genuine
hom on eaay payments, her' on for
you. , .
637 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. D. 1761.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
rn, attractive homos. Befor buying
be sur and sea
GEORGE & CO.
ACRE blk.. Falraere and Brownell rial!
district. Snap. C. J. Canan.
AC RE AOS PROPERTT.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
Offers the Following
IH acres on car line, just outside olty lim
its, 2 -room houi, good cistern. 60 fruit
trees and fine wellcthat coat $260. Price
$J,000; part cash.
24 acres. Just over the line In Sarpy codnty.
away from the high taxes. Rich, level
land, first broken in 1916. Raised 4 crops
of alfalfa, $4,000. Terms can b ar
ranged. 10 acres at th nd of Albright cat, line.
Prlc and terms oan be agreed upon and
mad satisfactory. Will divide.
m aores on Fort Crook car Jin; new 6
room hous with full cement baasment;
hew barn 14HI. for 11 bead of stock ana
other good outbuildings; fenced for chick
nst good welL Prtc 22,160; part cash.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., INC..
492$ South 34th flu Phon South 1247.
THHI MOST BEAUTIFUL LOT
on I.- 26th It, 40x160 fett A modern 6-
room cottag on tb back end of this
slightly terraced plot Will take auto and
small amount of cash a flrat payment
SOUTH OMAHA INVKSTMtNT CO., INC..
4921 ft. 24th Bt Phona South 1247.
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTfc
$6.00 CASH, $6.00 MONTHLY.
Blse. $0x160; in all parta of Ua South
lids; city Improvement.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
425 8. 34th fit. Pbon South 1147.
HUMIOSKEKKRS, ATTENTION I
On a small cash payment w will buy
the lot ou select.. build a hom after your
uivn (iliina and htv you pay for It on
mimll iiioiithly payments, without vitra
Hdl'TH OMAHA 1S'VRTMKN'P CO.
IM'OHI' M(ATKI i A I " J IO.V'ltl
vj: a. :tiu is'. l iiui.e Suuih tzit.
OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1917.
RrAL ESI fE SUBURBAN
M EDTUM PR I CED HOMES7
On the South Sldo, on full slsvd lots.
ranging from ll.iuO to $o 000, In Ulfferrn
mcai i ues, wun all city improvements, i
schools an! churchi; van be bought from
us on a small cash payment.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
M ACRE trjcU, $47$. $10 down. 17. iO mo
Cloa In, ntfflr oar, DoiK'aa 6074.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
r two tot.
Ieavvn worth. lumu'U
sary. loug. 8M9,
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
FOK SALE 16-room concrete house, t)rcen
field; l-room house, Arteala: 4 room tuial
neaa house, Devter, New Mexico, Address
Owner, Oreenflekt, New Mexico. Box $6.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
K YOU deal re io tll, rent or trad your
property, please rail at our office and let
us show you our progressive methods and
unsurpassed service. We hav faith
"printers' Ink" and It your proposition Is
listed with us. It will be made known to
a hundred thousand peol or wherever all
tn umana newspaper ar read.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., Inc.
Th largest real estate company, from
atandpolnt of eervlco and equipment. In
Nebraska. W ar running 200 llnea of
advertisement in this valuabl paper
4926 fl. 14th St. Phone South 1247.
In the month of April, 1917,
The Omaha Bee Printed
19.260 PAID WANT-ADS.
Thla 1 the greateat number It haa effer
printed In any one month before.
Thla has been accomplished by glvtng
BEST RESULTS AT 10 PER WORD
-about th rat charged by our
nearest com pell tor.
Why Pay an Exorbitant Price?
WANTED TO BUY l-ROOM Bungalow or
mall House, west, southwest or Dundee
ALLEN A BARRETT.
$1$ Be Building. Doug. 77S.
LIST I NO bouse to rent or sell on small casb
pay men ta, bav partlea waiting. Western
Real Estate. 41$ Kerbacb Blk. D. $807.
LIST "your I and -room house wltb u.
WE SELL THEM, OSBOKNE REALTY
CO.. Tyler 49
ARNDT A TAYLOR can
assist you. 1826
I-alrd Btreet. Webster $039.
$6,200 MTOE-, bearing 6 pet. aemlrannual.
seoured by property valued at $if.ooo,
Talmage-Loomia Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans. Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
I, IH and t per cent Reasonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
ill South l?th. Omaha. Neb.
Wall secured, bearing per cent Intareat.
HARLKY J. HOOKER.
Ht Flrat Nat. Bk. Bid Tel. Tyler ata.
& PER CENT to 8 per cent on best class city
resld.noe. In amounta 13,000 up; alao
farm loana. P.eaaonabl. commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., H2J Farna..i St
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranchea, w alao buy food farm tnort
gacoa. Kloka Inv. Co,, Omaha.
H. W. SLIDER.
Money on band for tnortgai. loana.
City Nat Bank Bldg.
Stt AND , p.r cent farm and city flrat
mortgagee for aala. E. u. Lougee, ido..
131 Keellna Bldg. '
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE R. E CO., 10H Omaha Nat'l.
E?ARM and Olty loans, 6, aft and I per cent.
w.l H. -Thomaa. Keeiina aig. Doug. lets.
NO DELAY IN CLOSINQ LOANS.
' W. T. Graham, 11)4 Be. Bldg.
SHOPEN A CO.. PRIVATE MONET.
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
MONET HARRISON & MORTON,
91$ Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 mad promptly. F. D. Waad,
wead Bldg., 1 sin and Farnam Bt.
LOW RATES. C O. CARLBIERO. SiF5ran
dels Theater Bldg. D.' 6S6.
Abstracts of Title.
Title, Guarantee and Aba tract Co.,
206 a 17th St.- around floor.
Bonaea ny Mass. Bonding, and ins, Co,
REED ATTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of-
nc m -MeorasKa. zob tsrnnaeta T neater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Rprsent promcrt pay Insurance com-
I paniea. 644 Brandsl Bldg., Omaha. Nab.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR BALE CLOVKR-LAND FARMS.
Oralna thrive. Drouth, hall unknown,
Root crops, dairying, grailng, Ideal. Fine
road, market, 143 growing days. Aver
ago killing frosts October 3. Terms easy.
Oeorg RowU. JrM il Bacon Blk.. Mar
IMPROVED 100-aoro farm, 1ft miles from
Minneapolis; 40 acres cultivated, balance
maadow and timber; $3,000 worth of
building. Will sell for $6,009; eany terms.
Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth Bldg., Min
SMALL MO. Farm $10 cash and $6 month
ly; no Interest or taxes; highly productive
land; olose to 1 big markets. Write for
photographs and full Information. Mungt-r,
A"1V N.' J Llf Bldg., Kansas City. Mo
ORG AT bargain,. $6 down, 96 monthly buya
o aorea goon iruit and poultry una rirar
town, aoutham Missouri. Price only $200.
Add res Box 80S, Excelsior Springs. Mo.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
, 4$0. aorea Roo-. county, Nebraska, Im
proved, mil. running water on Nio
brara river, 76 acres hay maadow, 160
acres under plow, 6) acres hardwood tim
ber, balance used for pasture, easy terms.
S. S. A R. Bt. MONTGOMERY,
80S Omaha Nfitlonnl
FOR BALE OR TRADK.
1.440-acre ranch. aouthwentrn Thomnn
County, Neb., partly Improved, price $11! 60
ARCHRR REALTY OOMPANY.
Douglas 241. 680 Brnndela Bldg
SMALL Nebruxka farm on easy paynu-nts
6 acres up we farm tne farm we sell
you. The Hunger ford Potato Orowers'
Associatfon, 16th and Howard sts.. Oma
ha. Dougiaa 1371.
WET lands msd dry enough for cm pa oi
no pay is our way or draining land. No
tract too largo or too wet. Qua rant et
Dralnaga Co., Oakland, Nob.
&ABT Central' Noli.. HO atirtfs. hlRhly im-
proved farm, rlose to. town. snap, lerms.
poseesslon at one. 8. 8. and R. E. Mont
gomery. SQUARE SUCTION.
430 ACRES valley; hotel wanted. Charles
J Auguatln, Khelby, la.
South Dakota Lands.
Whi HAVE some highly improved farms In
th vicinity or watertown, B. i. Those
ara corn and1 alfalfa lands and w are
making very altractlv price and lib
Dependable agenta wanted.
MIDWKHT LAND CO..
10BT Omaha Nat. Bk. Phon D. 1144.
YOU CAN'T GO WRONG
If you Invest In our IBS per acre corn
nd alfalfa land In lh Trinity River val
lay, eaat Texns, sold on oaay I'-rmn, and
will take In sme trndu. Call r wrltu fur
Nvxt excursion May 6,
VV. S. FRANK,
301 Neville Blk.. Oman
FOR SALE Tha best land In Wisconsin, ad
joining th. best market' In Amerloa, 12
er acre. csan. Arnoio uo.. HupvTtor. .vis.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FOR HALE Airedale pupa, eligible to n-n li
gation and good Si)r'lmt;iis and furm
raised. Prlc 620 and $.6, Address Box
W. urand Jsland. N-b.
WhTtB Leghorn hatching egKH, $4 per ion";
7io pr IB. Tinliy chltk.i u It agts. Orad
nutiVn Kgg Factory, FloriM'H 2I8.
KNOLIHli :o";t4'h IuVks f'tr's'iil.' "Web, UHl.
il'Jl W'.-wmd. MitM-j .burmathy
In tliu month ot April, 1917,
The Omaha Bee Printed
U.U PAID WANT-ADS.
This ia the grvaleat number It ha vr
printed In any one month before.
Thla hit been accomplished by giving
REST RKSULTB AT 10 PER WORD
about H the rat charged by our
n surest competitor.
Why Pay sn Exorbitant Prlre?
WiJ.l.YN OVKItLANP, INC.
I'SED CAR DEPT.
loiiir. SUDii. :'04'-9 Karnam.
Touring care and roadsters of Uvcrlsn
Si ml. ImU. t. Maxwell, Ford, Oakland,
M1t. holl. Itulck mid Huttson mukea.
TERMS It- HESIUED.
Prompt attention given to all Interest
out -nf-town buyers.
TuTtTcL KAUINO H ui I ; Vl
i:o? Kanim St. Dougiaa 2310.
16 Hudson nmd. 4-40.
'It Haynea light alx.
TUB TIRK SHOP.
Tire repulrlug t our i;Hclalty.
TUB TIRK SHOP,
li. V. Crow, 26 U Farnam. Doug. 4H7I,
CUNTINKNTAL touring car, porfm-t sbapvt.
uetn, very Utile, elec. Uglus and atari,
extra tire and rim, etc., $216.
CROSSTOWN (J Alt AUG,
m South 24th St. Doug, 4442.
TWO 1)W new Ford touring curs; fit 111
slightly used Ford lourhm curs, on Ford
B,'i-Klttier, one 1916 Dodge touring
Sti:1 0 B or South 3D9.
Wio will trade you a new Ford for you
INDUSTRIAL OARAOE CO,
Oth and HHrney. Douglas $5M
C V. JVKANCISAUTO CO.
Used Car Dept.
j:i-H Farnam St Dougla. "SI.
Almost any make at reasonabl. prlrea.
FORD touring car, 1U model. Prlra rlaht
caeh or tlm., A. w. Johnson. .131 iJav
TBJ.I. a KINK1.KV.
Auto repairing; expert mechantra.
mt. Harney St. Uoug. IM0.
BARGAINS In uet'd Ford cars. Holinna-Ad
klus Co , 4011-17 S. Xth. Phone So. III.
CASH FOR VoiiR "liSKb CARa"
AUTO EXCHANGE. 31U7 FAKNAM. D. toil
B A KG A IN Electric car. In excellent condl
tlon. Call U. 7T or Walnut 77J.
UERTSCIiy "Ksn-Flx-lt." Soulheaat cor
ner loth and Harney Bis. Iiougla. zefta
FORD car for aale, I13S.
4001 South nth. Tel. South 49,0.
FOR SALE On. 11 Ford roadst.r.
WE PAT cash for Fords. Auto Salvage I
Exchange, 110 B. lith.
BU1CK One ton truck. Cheap, Onlahi
Folding Machine Co.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, "esrvlc. oar al
ways ready, omaba Qaraga, got, Har
ney Bt. Tyler e,s
Auto Repairing and Painting.
1100 reward tor magneto we can't Mpalr
colla repaired. Baysdorfer. aiv n. 18th
TIRK PRICE WRECKERS
THIS IS NO I IN 1 TIRE.
WE SAVF YOU HALF ON
TOUR TIRE COST.
Simply send ua on. old tlr. and w. wilt
rebuild It with new fabric new auahlon
gum, new sldewall and new tread, giving
from one-third to one-half more atrongth
than tha original tire had. Guaranteed
0x1 I 7.10 30X&H..I I.BO J'xSti 110 25
SJx4 111 00 S4x4 ..1111.00 16x4. .116.70
Second hand urea and tubea.
Expert tire and tube repairing.
COMBINATION TIRB FACTORY.
14MH Jackaon St. Omaha, Neb.
Motorcycles and Blcycl
Baraaln In used machines, victor H
Rooa, "Th Moioroycl Man,' I7tb and
DR. E. R. TARRY,
Dr. E. R. Tarry cure, piles, fistula and
other rectal dlaens., without aurgloal on.
ration. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid until oured, , write for DOOK 00 rec
tal disease, wlttV testlmonlala,
DR. S. R. TARRY,
S40 De, Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
WHY SUFFER t Latest and Most Scientific
Treatment for All Diseases, Dr. Charlea
Barnes, 011-OSO Rosa Bldg. Examination
and Consultation free. He la curing thou
sands. WHY NOT TOUT Delay, ara dan.
geroua. If you oan't call, writ. Hour.
a. m. to I p. m., 7:10 to 1:80 avenlnga.
Sunday oy appointmnu
RUPTURE tiucccssfully treated without
surgical operation. Call or writ. Dr.
Frank H. Wray. 10, H. Bldg.
DR.' KNOLLENUERO, SANITARIUM.
Lady att.ndant, 14th and Farnam. D. 7306.
Dr. C. J. Lawrence. Balrd Bldg. D. 8401
Dr. Frances Da K son. 601 Roee Bldg. T. 2306.
Drs. Johnston, 1J2 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 662,
i Dentists. '
BrodbuVy. No pain. lTw. O. W, Bldg.
Tail's Dent. Rms. 108 Ross Bldg. D. 2186.
THE Salvation Army Industrial Homo so
llcltm voiir old clotlilnar. furniture, mnaa
llnea We collect. We dtstrtuul. Phone
Doug. 4136 and our wagon will call. Call
and Inspect our uw hom, 1110-1HS-1H4
LOST HEIRS I wish tu find iny two chil
dren, who went with their mother when
she left mo years ago. Hav a fortune
for them. F. W. Lake, Basaett, Neb.
BATHS and massage, Central High Insti
tute, 1600 Harney St. Doug. 7097. Open
PRIVATE home for sick ladles, beat car;
very reas. 2606 Bristol Bt. Web, agon.
LUICI.l.A WEBSTER, massage am: iiiani-
curing. MS Paxlon Blk. Rd 2400.
MAIS Bltl'UMAN, solentit'lu masseus and
baths. 203 Ksrbach Blk. Red 2727.
SCIENTIFIC msssag 620 11 Bldg. Phone
VIOLET RAf TREATMENT 421 Bea Bldg
Phone Douirlas until.
E d 1 1 a W lllla inijn a sagger b;.th. $2jtNs vll I e
Mi 88 I.n.I.Y. tiBth7masBnge. 1322 Farnam
Maulrurfng and mssa. H2 Farnam It, IP
B. 1JROTT, miusaglng. $120 Harnuy. D. 902$.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE1, pianos ana" note a security
4(t, mo.. H goorts. total cost, ia.60.
$40, $ mo., Indo.sed hot, total cowl. $2 0.
Smallei, largw am'is. protnirilonste rat.
PRf.VIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Organltsod by Omaha Ituslnps Men.
432 Rose Rldg., IH'I- and Farnam Ty. 4f.fi
LICtlAL RATE LOANH
124.00 1240.00 or mora.
Knsy payments Utmost prtvnry.
340 Paxtun Blk. T-l. Doug 1296.
OMAHA LOAN COM I' ASY.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Ohurleit W. Mnrlln and wif" t al to
to Pearl Shelly. Nlietf-mth Hrr.
(14 fit south of Douglas atreH, wsst
side, xfl $t",ii0n
Jennie M. Hliffor in Paul A. HH-
hIimiim, Twfnty.flflh s'r-ot. r'-t
south of Chk'ago sircet, oust xiU
Emll IanlU')ii to t'lj tlr II. Ilwk,
fauidpn venue, 6ft feet i'hi r
Twt'iity-sevpiilh slrept. imrtli side,
Abraham F. l,ucas and wlf.- lf Hhph
Ahrenkkd, Twenty-eighth ntr-;t, 30
f'Tct south of F strflft, taM hIU?, x
Tlirker Co. to Delbrt M. Blcnn, Lin
coln Blvd. 438 ft east of Thlrtv.
second ntrit, aouth side, 41l':;
Lincoln Blvd.. 1 font wt of Ore
gon Trail, 5xl20: Thlrty-thlrd
street, 17C.7 ffi-t south of Myrtio
avenu. csst side, 41xlU0,... 1
Hei.ry .four.lan and wlf" to WwlUr
. Tamhu arid w!f, Twt niy-nlnf It
street, 43 fft north of W street,
w-t si dv. 44x100
Vnltcd Real Kstal1 and Trust Co. it
Hup Broa., souths rt corner Nine.
.-nlh and Pratt sirtjcl, 41x104...,
JAILING OF COOK
Leroy Payne Chasei Wife With
Knife Both Arrested and
Kept in Calaboose.
CLUB MEN BREAKFASTLESS
When Ltrroy Payne chased his wife,
I'earl, down the street with knife
in his hand, with the result that both
were arrested, he inadvertently
robbed the members of the exclusive
"Bachelors' club" of their breakfast
Mrs. l'ayne has been, is, and will
continue to be, the cook at the Bach
elors' club for many moons. Her
absence this morning caused such
poignant grief among the epicureans
there tbat the club members ap
pointed former Police Judge Charles
roster a committee ot one to inter
cede in her behalf in court.
Attorney Foster not only appeared
in court and testified as to the good
character of the culinary artiste, but
he waited until he saw her safely on
her way back to the club's kitchen.
"The boys threatened me with dire
things," he said, "if Mrs. Payne was
not back in time to preside over the
stove at noon."
Mr. Payne was fined $2S and costs
tor flisturhmg the peace.
Russian Workers' Council
Approves Liberty Loan
New York. May 8. A Liberty loan
for the provisional government in
Russia has been approved by the
council ot workmen , and soldiers
delegates by a vote of 1.900 to 112,
according to a dispatch received here
today from Petrograd by the Jewish
The 112 who voted against the loan
are of the Maximalt faction, who
lavor an immediate separate peace,
the message said.
The dispatch adds tlrat an "all Rus
sian congress of trade unions" has
been called for May 20, declared to
be the first of its kind ever held in
Russia, and a society for the promo
tion of the idea of a United Mates ot
Europe nas been formed.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Elisabeth &. BaymllUr and husbsnd
to Jennl M. Shaffer, Twenty-fiftn
atreet, 4$ (eat south of Chicago
atreet. east tide. $4.16x44
William D. Vest and wlf to Flora A.
Martin, Thirty-eighth street, IT
feet north of Charles slrt t
Sloe, 46x140 I,
William A. Dolesal to Lout Berka,
Sixth street, 41 feat north of Martha
street, west side, 40x100 ,
Hugh H, McCulltwh to Joseph C
Madden et ai, 8 street, rest
west of Thirty-eighth atrMt, aouth '
Bertha Hous t Anna Hanal, North
west corner Twentieth ana Call
fomla atrt. $0xis$
Barker Co. t Dalsey M. Mtnlkaa,
outneast corner rriytnir an
Marcy street, 4xl0$
John W. Klroher to O. V. Boheer,
Twenty-eighth street, 800 feet outh
of Hickory trt, cast aid, lOOx
Luclnda A. Faith and husband to
Fred Chrlitenaen, Weir avenue, Ben
son, 100 fuel south of Alluron. west
side, 60x131 ,
. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK BfABKKT.
Cattle Strong Hoga ftlrong gtM HI bf
Chicago, May I. Cattle Receipts, $,000
head : market at rang : na tlv beef cattle,
t,104tl$.6O, stock em and feeder. $7.369
lo.zv; cowa ana neirer. is.40Qii.sii oaivsa,
Hog Heuelpts , 16,00? hsad, markst,
strong; 6c nbov yesterday's average; bulk
of S leu. $16.60016.76: light. $14.60016,70:
mixed, sis.ioir.iV.jU neavy, iio.zuqus.Bi;
rough, $l6.iotf 16.40; pig. 11.T61711.T6.
Hheen and Lambs Receipts, i.ooo neaa;
market, firm; wethers, $11.40014.00; awe,
St. Loul Lira Mock Mark.
fit. Louis, May $. Cattle Reae lots, $,$09
head; market, steady; natlv bf lUsrs,
$7.6oAl$,00: yearling steers and heifers,
IS.&Ofi'ia.OO; cows, $6.00011.00; stock sr and
feeders, $4.000 10.16 Txas ouarantln
steers. $6. 60 0 1. 60 ; nrlm sout hern beef
steers, l,60(pll,60; beef cow and hlfrs,
I4.I60B.oo; prim yearlings steer and neir
er s, 7.609H0.n0 native calves, $6.00011.76.
Hogs Receipt. 14,100 head; market,
higher; light, I16.10tfl5.70; pig, $$.T$0
: mixed nd butcnera, si6.jooii.7t
good heavy, 1 15.700 15.60 ; bulk. Ot sales,
tfheen and Lambs Receipts, 1,100 naa
market, strong; lambu, $16.0001$. 70 wet,
$9.60016.00; yearlings, $10.76014.76; Clip
pad lambs, $13.00014.70.
Kansas City LIt 8tek Market. . .
Kansas City. May I, Cattle Receipt, 11,
000 head; market, steady 1 prim fed steers,
ll.OOQill.76; dressed beef steers, IB.BO0
I, SO: western steers, $6.00011,16: cow,
$6.60010,60: hslfera. (9 00011. 76t s took ere
and feeders, $ft.00fff 10,78 bulls, $6.00010.00;
Hots R ecu 1 pi. 17,000 head ; markst,
higher; bulk of sales, $1S. 20016.7$, heavy.
70016.66; packers and butchers, (16,60
016.76; light, $16.00016.60, pig, $11,600
Sheen and Lambs Renetpts. $.600 head;
market, steady 1 lambs, $14.00017.76; year
lings, $1$. 00014.00; wethers, $1$. 80014.60,
NLoux City I.Iv Stook Market.
Hfoux City, la.. May $. Cattl Receipt.
000 head; market for killer steady
ilot'kers, Htrnng; be.f steers. $10.60ui$.FO;
buchern. $. 00 010.60: fat cows and half
m. $7.60011.00: canners. 15.5007.60; stock
era and feedcre, $7.2r.0 10,16 ; calves, s.OD0
2.00: bulls, stage, etc. i7.ooar,i: reea r
cows and heifers. $7.0000.60.
Hogs Receipts, 7.000 neaa mirxei
eady; light, $16.00016.80; mixed, $16,100
5,6H. heavy. $16.46016.66; pig. $11,000
3,00: bulk Of asles. $16.20016.60.
oh Sep and Ijimhs Receipts, 1 00 neaa;
market steady; yes r lings, $13.00014.00;
wet tiers, Z, 0001a. 26; ewes, U.OV01.7;
Mt. Joseph Live Htock Market.
St. Joseph, May 4. Cattle Receipts,
SCO head: market s irmly to lOo lower:
titers, $9.00013.26: rt.wa and heifers, $6 60
011.60; calves, $6.60012.76.
Hogs Ilecel pis. ll.nno head: market
iteady t 6c lower; top, $16.76; bulk of
en and Lambs No receipts', market
nominal; lambs, $16.60017.90; ewes, $11,00
w York, May Coffee futures opened
decline of ltfM pints under scattering
nilfliiil.m, but soon steadied on trad buy-
arfomnnnlcd by reports nr continued
irmnrss tn lira all and a further advance In
Rio vxchiinxe on London. July sold up to
30c Hnd Invombfrtr to s.63 and the market
Inaed at prH ili-nlly the beet point, showing
net gntn of 12 to 16 points. Bales, 41.&0Q
ffn. Mnv, ,)bt; June, 1. 1. ;ic; July, H.HOc;
iKiirtl. . a 7 1-: Keptember, .4U'i Ocloher,
ilc; Novum bar, K.:.7c; Lecniber, 8.43;
antiary, Mtt'i February, 4,T4c; March
April. 6.H4C. Spot, nul.-l; Rln 7s, lovo;
lflntiti Af, lO'.tc Th" only fresh offer In the
in.1 freight market was of Santos 4s at
, Amirlf-an cr-'dltf. Tli official caMea
led a decline of 76 r-la at Kin, while
h spots (vers unchanged and futurea
iK'btingfd to 60 re Is higher.
(Ills and Rosin.
annah, Mhv Turpentine Firm ; 43
,r; sateK, h:! bbls.i receipts, 4c DHla.;
hlpmentf, 18 bbls.; stock. 9,nm bblo.
Hosin firm; sales, s.isr; ret-t'ipie, i.nb
its. ; shipments. 2,0lft bbls. ; sid k, 7t5.2Sf
l, guote: A, B. f, l. B. $&.&; F, I5.S0;
H, $5,16; K, $6.00; M, $4.06; X, $4,16;
O, tfi.L'O; WW, $ti.30.
Dry ioih1s Market,
May l.-tlovrnment ordern ftir
t'otton KondK wre stated tnduy
approKlmnt nol leux than $5n,fl(.0,t)o tliujt
r. Tho markets ara very steady, with the
r,t Ui 1 of silks, and biiKim.) tor civilian
purposes wgr uf lighter volume,
Brisk Cash Demand Sends
. Wheat Prices Up to Kew
High Marks. 1
CORN ADVANCES ONE CENT
Omaha, May $. 1117.
Th Omaha demand for wheat waa ax
oUnt today and, following th advanc
In future, th cash art Id soared t new
high level. ,
The cash trade waa very acttv through
out th aeaalon and aa th receipt wrt
very light moat of the offering war dts
poaed of at an aarty hour.
Wheat prlrea generally wer quoted front
4e to in advanc of yeatenrlay'a market,
ssles of No. $ hard being mad at $2.0$
01.07, while No. 3 hard ranged In prlc
from $10301.04, with the bulk going at
Offering of poor quality wheat wr
rather scare, hut the demand for the
grade waa very good at th advanc. and
sale of Nn 4 hard were reported at $2.11
03 6$, while sample hard sold at $3,130
Tha trad In corn was moderate. acttv.
with pricea quoted from la to IHc higher,
and while there was a pretty aotlv ln
qiflry for ths commercial grade of yel
low and mixed corn th demand for th
variety was rather indifferent and
no salea of white corn wer reported np to
The trad In oata wn vary actlv on
sccnunt of llaht receipts, but the demand
waa good and would probably bar taken
car of larger offering.
The market wa quoted from steady ta
half cent higher end th bulk of th
offerings, which graded No. t whit, told
at 70 (70 Ho. while a fw car of No.
whit brought 69 e.
Ry wa nuo'std 3c higher, whll brlF
wi quoted unchanged and thr wa a
strong demand for the orala oa ta
CL a ranee wer: Wheat and flour, ooual
to 3.l.000 bushels: corn, $43,000 bushel t
oata, 204,000 bush).
Primary wheat receipt worn Ti,fta
bushels and shipment 1I$,000) twshet.
agalnat receipts of 760,00$ bushel and ahlp
meats of $71,000 bushels Jaat year.
rrimary corn receipts war iii.ooo boan
la and ahtpmenta $64.00$ buahala, aglnt
receipts or sss.oo ounis ana aMDment
of $6s,ooq bushel last year.
rrimary oata receipt war nasoi Man
et and shipment 706,00 bushel, agalnat
receipt of 1,341,000 bushel and ahtpmaata
of 1,061,00$ bushel last year.
CAR LOT ItRCEIPTfl,
Wheat. Corn. Otto.
Chicago Tf J7$ laa
Omaha 3t It 11
Kan a :ity It O
LrOUl ..............100 X It
The aale war reported today;
Wheat No. I hard winter: 1 car. t$.tTf
t oar, $2. Oft t oar. 11.06, No. I hard
Inter: 1 car $8.41: 1 ear. $1.06: 1 oar.
1.01; 4 ear, H 01. No. 4 hard winter:
oar, 7.03: 1 oar, IJ7; a car, tl.lt: 1
ear, $$.!) 1 oar (smutty), $10. Samp!
hard winter: 1 car, $1.00; 1 ear (amattyh
l II; 1 oar, fl.tl. No. 1 aprtngt 1 ear,
$1.01. No, t spring i 1 ear. $l.t7i 1 ear,
II 66; car (light), $3.7$. Bampl apring:
H oar (light), 11.00. No. donsm nixed:
car, 12.71. wo, 4 dnram mixed: l ear. ,
$3.41. No. t mixed: 1 car. $$.! 1 oar.
$3.06. No. $ mixed: 1 car, $1.06, No, 4 '
mixed: l oar, $2.1$.
Rye No, i: X ear. $3 0T.
Barley No. 4t 1 ear, $1.47; 1 ear, 1.4C.
Corn No. 1 whit. 1 car. $1.10 1 No. I
whit. car. $1.40: 1 car, ll.$tt No. t
white, 1 ear, $1.1$; No. 4 white, ear, $1.6:
No, I yellow. 1-6 ear, $1.64; Na I yellow, 1
l.str i car. i.Ht no. a ynow. a
car. Lt4Ht No, yellow, 1 oar, 91.14; No,
I mixed, 1 ear (iftlppers weight), $1.56 Ht
1 car afaloDr wlhtt. 11.66 Ui l ur.
H 61; 1 ear. $1.14; t earn, $l.$4Ht No.
mixed, I can (shippers' weight), $1.84 : I
car, 11.54; J car, $1,141,1 I ear, $1.14; No.
mixea, l car, si.otH.
Oata No, $ whit. 1 tear. TOUci 1 ear
f shipper' weight), 70Uc; I ear. 70c: No. 4
whit, I car. $$e; 2-t ear, $lo; aamplo
whit, 1 ear, 41c; I ear, 41c.
Omaha Cash Prices WIimI! Na. 1 IimmI.
11.03.07; No. $ hard, 41 6101 04; No. 4
hard, $1.1001.01; Ko. 1 spring, 12.S401.O1;
No. $ spring, 1 3. BO 02. 17. Corn: No. 1 white,
$1 6101.10; No. $ white, $1.0L$; No.
4 whits, ll.6B01.; No. I Whit. 11.1149
ssm: ho. wmte, si.fi7U ssi.eti Na 1
yllow, $1.6401.66; No, $ yellow. $1,640
1.64U: No. 4 rellow. lt.UUfll.14: No, S
yellow, $1.6101.64; No. S mixed, $1.640
l.tt; No. 1 mixed. It. 6401. 64; No. 4
mixed, $1. $101. 54; No. t mixed, $1,610
ft, no, e mixed, si.diubi.sx. oat:
No. i white, 7t071ci atandard. 7O07lc;
No. 1 whit; 7O07Oc; No. 4 whl-ttt
4io. Barley: Malting, $1.4501 66; No. 1
feed, $1.1601.44. Rye; No, 1, $2.41 01031
No. t. $2.0002.0.
Local rang of Optional
Art. Clo . High. Low. Close. ITesV.
Wht f "
May $ 00 1 04 100 I 00 318
July I 31 $ 17 111 S IT 32t
ftep. 11$ 111118 J 11 161
May X $t 1 $ 165 S 8$ 11$
July J 45 I 4T 146 1 41 1464.
Bep. I $7 1 17 116 I n 186 1
May 70 TO TO TO TO
.July 1 01 01 ' 01 $1
' flep. I $1 $1) $l 611 61
Chicago closing" prica. furnished The Be
by Logan A Bryan, tock and grain broker.
316 South Sixteenth trt. Omahai
Art- I PeB. I Hlgn. I Low. Cloae. TaT
WhL J ' "
May I $0 I 00 230 I IT 1H$
July $ $7 I 81 82$ S $1 $20
8pL 1 $1 1 ta 110 I 04 110
May 1 B4 1 $7 1S4 1 B 153
July 1 44 S 46 144 1 46 14$
Sept. 1 $4 1 17 114 I 7 184 -
May 47 $1 $7 08 07
July 48 44 41 , 01 $$
Sept. $4 It $4 $4 64
May $7 tt 17 $$ 37 $6 17 01 8T TS
July II 16 $$ 1$ $7 $2 $7 $$ $$ 05
May SO It It 33 11 It It 32 16
July tt $7 at 40 21 17 83 IT ta 16
May tO 49 10 40 29 10 10 10 20 07
July I 10 06 t0 It 10 46 10 4$ 20 00
CHICAOO GRAIN AND FROTISIONA,
Wneat Mak Another Reoerd-Broaklaf fJt
Chicago, May $. Well toundad prediction
that th government crop report would
prove bulllah led to a sensational freah ad
vanc In th prlc of wheat today. May de
livery Jumped IT cent a bushel to $1, a
new high record.
Tn market closed unsettled and aa 00m-
pared with last night, 10 to 14c up, wlta,
at S3.S7 ana juiy at iz.sioi.3Z.
Corn gained l01c and oata 01c
provision tn outcom waa a aotbacK
of 7 to 16 cents.
Trad anticipation of th substano of
he government crop report turned out to
be too conservative rather than too radical
as to wheat Record breaking awing up .
ward In th wheat market began
the moment that business .opened, and
h topmost point resched wag juat befor
th clo. Transsctlons wer ao restricted
In volume a to suggest unusual lack of di
rect personal Interest and to tall alao ot a
notable ahrlnkag of public speculation,
Attnouan tn moat etnaing aavanc waa
shown by th May delivery of wheat, th
bulk of trading wa In new orop futur
especially July. That month ascended over
night an extreme of 7c to le.
Corn aa wen a wneat aavancoa to nw
high levels. Strength appeared to b chief
ly due to th action of wheat. A eoncara
with seaboard connection led th buying.'
Oat sympathise, with other grain. Im
proved orop advice though tendd to 0hck
tn rise. v
Absenco of support weakened proiMilona.
Iltt e bulge that resulted from an ad
vance in the hog market failed to lat
Cash Frlce wheat; No, i and I res
and No, a and I hard nominal. Corni Na.
yellow, 11.4101 41: No. 1 yellow, 11.60
l.ti2: No. 4 yellow, ii.io. oetai rio.
hit, 7" C 71c; ktandnrd, 700710, Ry
nominal. Uarley, $1.3501.6$, Reda: Ttm-
hy. $6.0007 60; clover, $11.00017.09.
rovlsions: Pork, $17.66; lard, $2$.4049
22.05; ribs, $20.00010.46.
Eggs Iower; receipts, 17,000 rasas; flrata.
wjimc: ordinary nrsts, ivnnl as
ark, fane Included. 80038c. .
Potatoea Rcf-ciota. 10 carst UncnaAgwL
Poultry Alive, higher; fowls, 31c.
New Torkr May $. Sugar Raw, ateadyt
centrifugal, 6. 1 iff mo In sun, 6.860; refined,
-miy ; (Ine griinulatfd, 7.60 0 H.Dflo. fu-
ri opened steady, nut later eaaea on un-
ler eellinr by leading Cuban Interest. At
noon prices were I in I point lowar.
-loseu Irreirulsr. 2c higher to 40 lowi
Hales, 7,700 tons My, 6 J6c; July, 0.4$o$
member, 6.46c( Icmbrt $.l$c
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