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FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FOR ItKNT MA 16TII.
Fivo-room team heated apartment to
tun cnuia vut, 3t)th and FpppIton Av
very daatrabia, I4Z.R0. Coprad Young, K.
ttrandeli Tneatar Bldg Douglaa 1671.
SUB-LEASt) Juno 1 choice 6-room apart
ment In Tha Helen; very deilrabla
3&.hp. uougiaa 8JI8.
ST. CLAIR 24TH AND HARNBY. I-room
Apt. Call Harney 4T
(room apartment, very complete, entire
Batn tun. private garage. ueDater
2501 Sherman Ave. '
FOR BENT Apt. 4-r. and batb, t closets
and large porch on second floor, $10; 84th
and Amei Ave.; to couple wtthouti cm,a
ren. Tel. uojirx nva or uouax jybt.
4-ROOM modern apt., corner, itcatn heated.
Bummer. 122.50. 1812 Maple. Red 1881.;
FIKST'CLASS apartmonta near P. O. Lo
rent Q. P. Btebblna. 1610 Chicago,
C-ROOM flats, newly papered and cleaned,
Utn nd Castelar; modern; lis. wag
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA
FOR RENT" Business Prop'ty
DESIRABLE atore room, modern front.
metal ceiling, steam heat, fii-BH fo.
lcth St. S is 12x60. can bo aub divided.
Low rent. Conrad Toung. 322 Brandels
Theater BIflg. Doug. 1571.
A. LOT and new small store building In
splendid district A splendid opportunity
for one desiring w go into Dimness. San
son Bros., Kiron, is.
SMALL modern store room, steam heat, 1611
Capitol Ave. Conrad Young 921 Brandels
Theater. Douglas 1571.
4718 a 34TH ST. Near P. O. E. K. Banner
Co. Douglas 8406
MODERN STORES ANO OFFICES IN FAR
nam Bldg. First Trust Co. P. liti
ilODKHN store room, comer 16th and Chi
cago. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
RESTURANT. with fixtures, gas stoves,
stools, at 107 South 15tB BL
Offices and Desk Room.
CHOICE office sptioe Balrd Bldg 17tb and
Douglis MffCago Ipv Co.
LODGE AND CLUB ROOM&
I have for rent on second floor, cen
trally located building, one block from
postofflce, assembly room lultable for
lodge or club purposes; composed of one
large room for dance or lodge hall; three
smaller rooms and kitchen. For further
Information. calL Conrad Young, S22
Brandels Tneater uiag. jjougias iqu.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Flats.
WE want more ho usee and apartments to
rent. The fact that we have praoticauy
cleaned out our big lists Is conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental service. If
you want to keep your places rented see
Payne & Slater Co., "Omaha's Rental
Men," 616 Oin. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Hong. 1P1B,
WE have several good tenants for all mod
ern house and apartments.
F. X. WEAD. 310 S. 17th St. Doug. 171.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
802 So. 16th St. Douglas 4168
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, .forage and moving
Jl N. 11th St. Phone Doug-
HDELITY 2Ei&- FREE
Phons Pouglfts 88t for complots
list o( vacant bouses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th ar.u Jackson Sts.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert service; prompt attention. Your
mOTtag your packing, your storage.
. Mais Cfftc Centiai Furnltnrs Store, -18tb
nd Howard Tel. D. 778B.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real rervlc In movlig packing and
storing, cb.i Tyler zso or uougias 38.
T O T?T?T?T Express Co., Moving
yj xviij-u-' Packing and storaga.
MOT Farnam Bt. Weft. 274 ?ong i.
Van and two men,
. 11.25 par hour.
Van and Sterags Co., Mvtng, Packing.
Storage and Shipping. Phone Doug. 1491
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
Vb hve some highly improved farms in
ths vicinity or waierxown, . v. iDeae
are corn and alfalfa' lands. Will consider
exchange In part.
MIDWEST LAND CO.,
106T Omaha Nat Bit. Phone P. 1168.
GOOD OMAHA INCOME PROPERTY,
and part cash to exchange for Douglas or
Sarpy county farm land.
BOX 8543. BBS.
i HAVE a 125,000 hardware, doing good
business, and 110.000 In mrney. Want
Western Iowa or Eastern Nebraska farm.
a 8. and R. S. Montgomery, 106 On,
Nat. Bk. Bldg. .
FRAME flat, 70 ft. frontage on good street;
Ineome 11.000 per year. Price 19,000. Will
consider part payment; balance terms. In
quire Joaeph Pick, 2219 Evans St Web
FLATS New, modern; will exch. 121,000
equity for clear, Improved farm, east Neb.
or west Iowa.
INTER-8TATB REALTY CO.
928 -II) City Nat. Doug. 8862.
REAL ' ESTATE Improved
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
Jnst listed, a 8-room, strictly modern
bungalow; east front; on paved street,
paving paid; full basement; hot water
heat; priced at a bargain.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
637 Omaha Nat"! Bank Bldg. P. 1781.
WEST FARNAM, $5,250
A T-room, strictly modern house at 33d
and Dodge Sts; oak flnirh; four bedrooms.
Never been occupied-" This price is less
than actual cost and can be handled on a
J 5 (10 cash payment
GLOVER & SPAIN (Realtors),
Douglas S962. 019-20 City National.
Five rooms, strictly modern, finished In
oak; located at 3928 N. 2Mb St Price
88,160. Terms. Will take small cottage
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4279.
$150 DOWN AND $20 PER
Buys this 8 -room house, good as new;
two blocks fromwest Park car; large
lot. Let us show you this today.
,BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 8488.
TWO FINE HOMES.
Cathedral district, new 7-r., sleeping
porch, oak and birch finish, up-to-date
throughout Bargain price.
Florence boulevard, nearly new 6-r., oak
and birch finish, flteplace, east front cor
ner lot, a dandy home. Call Douglas 162.
No. 4720 N. 31st Ave-, jnt south of
Larlmoro, dandy modern home, living
room, dining room and kitchen on first
floor: two bftdrooms and large enclosed
sleeping porch and bath on second; oak
floors throughout : oak woodwork dowp
stairs and birch doors and white enamel
upstairs screened-In front porch storm
windows, etc.; lot 46x136. It's a lucky
buyer who gets this place. About $600
cash and monthly payments will handle.
333 Rose Bldg.
FOR ante or lease, one or both lots, each
06x183, at N. W. Cor. of 15tb and Daven
port Sta. Make best offer to Mrs. H. L
HBWver. Melrose Hntel. Los Angeles, Csl
UTRICTLY modern bungalow, 6 rooms. 22nd
and Ames Ave. Webster 4228.
REAL ESTATE Improved
PRICE ONLY $5,750
FOR ONE OF THE FINEST
homes on the North Bide Seven rooms.
fireplaces, bookcaaes, buffet, breakfast
mom, the latest tn plumbing, brand new.
built by day labor throughout selected
materials, splendidly arranged. This
home Is too complete to describe. If you
are on the market for a choice home In a
splendid location, don't fall to have Uf
wiuw juu una (jarniiin.
OSBORNE REALTY CO,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 498
$200 DOWN, $20 A MONTH
Just liHted, a 7 -room modern, except
bath, juttt north of Fort on 36th; large
lot; east front Quit paying rent NBuy a
home on easy payments.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
637 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Rrand now. oak finish In living rooms,
nicely decorated, ' strictly modern; floored
attic: full cement basement; east front
lot. nicely sodded: located high and sight
ly, near 4Uh Ave. and Bedford. Price,
15,800; $200 down, balance monthly
C. G. CARLBERG.
810-312 Brandefs Theater Bldg.
FINIS room, stucco bungalow, oak finish,
with oak floors, bu t-ln buffet and cup
boards. In fact everything one could wish
for: fine lot; 1 blk. to car and Miller
Park school. Price $2,950. 1360 cash.
hnlanre Ilk rent.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellnc Bl'lg. Tyler 721.
1 STREET CAR MEN!
Bnv a homo near the Vinton car barn
on the easy payment plan. These houses
are modem except heat and are being
put in good condition. First payment.
$150, and the balance monthly. Ono Is a
6-room house and the other two have six
rooms each. Address 1701, 1708 and 1705
Castelar St Only a block from car. See
CREIGH. SONS & CO..
Pourlas 200. ' 50 Boe Bldg.
YOU WILL NEVER BUY
mnnev a ttractlcall? new five-room, strict'
ly modern home, built by day labor, of
selected materials, oak nniRn, osk noors
throughout, full cement basement, brick
foundation. Price only 13,650. Located in
new Leavenworth Addition. Terms ir de
sired. When can you see ltT Call.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
tOI-x Omaha Nat. Bank. Tyler 496.
SELL THIS WEEK
Ela-ht-room modern home and has re
duced the price to only $3,100. Choice
east front lot, located near 36th and
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496,
Stucco construction. 6 large light rooma
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
18.800. Easy terms. Another new cuiid
Ing tor 13.660 Call Douglas 1139 days
Walnut 150 evening.
NEAR 26th Ave. and Woolworth Seven-
room house with lava. 7UtU7 feet, and
fruit very cheap. 9. W Wead. 310 &
Br j dfMap; $2,
I R. HOME, rlose in. on
large lawn with rruti; very
F. d. weact, sio so. istn.
FOR SALE By ownef, new
ng porcS a
home, oak flnisn, sleep! n
age, at 1641 So. 28th gt.
SIX rooms, modern except heart. $1,600.
Terms. St Owner. 2814 N. list St Web
IN VEST COUNCIL BLUFFS.
A dandy S-roofei dwelling, completely
modern, including steam neat, fries,
$2,600; $100 cash, balance $25 monthly.
This plaeo Is only 10 minutes from Bran
dels and on car line. Let us help you
get a home.
A. F. SMITH CO.
tit World-Rarald Bid,.. Omaha.
Fhon. Tyler 2764,
it Pearl St., Council Blaffa, I.
Phone 18J. .
R a TRUUR1TLU
noiUt Nt Bk. an.. p. mm
umcin DPAl TV ffi Bun thw
3. B. ROBINSON. Real Batata and Iniur.
anc 443 Be. Bldg. Doufwa 0I7
REAL ESTATE IrtTetment
West Farnam District
Apartment house of 4 apts., I rooms
each, now under way. Total cost $12,600,
and nets 10 per cent. Only $2,600 down.
American Security Co.
Dg. 601 S, and ask for Mr. L. S. Packard.
Wo have a piece of property 80 ft. south
of Harney St., 41 ft. facing 27th Ave.
running through 167 ft. to 28th St; fine
location tor an apartment, ' rrice, ,&oo.
Omaha Nat'l, Bk. Bldf. Tyler .
Almost new 3 -story brick building
rented at a good fair Income on $50,000.
Located on Farnam near 20th.
Harrison & Morton,
Slu Omaha Nat Bank, Doug. 814.
A 'FEW LEFT
of the T pet. shares authorised Jan. 1.
Next Issue will probably bear pet You
can order by mail and get 7 pet shares
while they last Offices: 202 S. 17th St.,
$76,000 Income 12 per cent; one year
old; very lne location; mortgage $25,000
and will aocept $20,000 In trade; bal
ance cash or negotiable papers
CALKINS A CO.,
Douglas 1313 . City Nat. Bank Bids.
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY A SON,
620 First NnMonal Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
FTER looking at MINNA LU8A 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment Of buying lota
IF YOU will come out today you wlft
understand why the others are buying
CHARLKS W. MARTIN & CO..
T43 Omaha Nat. Bank Ride Tyler 187
60x135, two .treat trontagHt ny
terma. Call Pouvlaa 1064 or evening,
BEAUTIFUL (0-foot Iota Price 1220. only
12 nh and fin ffntt ppr week Pnug 13,1
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments, have parties waiting Western
Real Estate. 413 Ksrbach Blk O 3607
LIST your 6 and 6-room houses with Ed
ward F. Williams Co., B01 Omaha Nat
Bank Bldg. P. 420.
LIST your 5 and 6-room houses with us.
WE SELL THEM OSBORNE REALTY
Co.. Tyler 49
ARNDT & TAYLOR can assist you. 1826
iaira w eosier zujs.
REAL ESTATh - B'nen Pr'pty
U, A." "WOLF. Realtor, Wars Blk. Specialist
in Qowntown Business property.
LOT. 60x161: trade or cash Terma Tele
phono evenings Harney 3384
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Near 8lst and Davenport. 6 rooms and
sun room, an noaern and in nrst clans
condition; full lot 60x136. This is In the
newest part of Dundee and one of the
best bargains for the money In the entire
Located on full jouth front lot. near
31st and Capitol Ave.. 4 rooms, with every
modern convenience; attractive fireplace,
white enamel woodwork and oak floors.
House Is newly painted and decorated
and la In the pink of condition.
If you are in the markut for a home
you should surely see these properties be-
sure purcnaaing. '
Armstrong-Walsh Co. '
Tyler 15S6J 31. Roa, Bldjt.
Well located lola on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Beforo tuning
be sure and see
GEORGE & CO.
6-ACRE blk., Falracre and Brow no 11 Hall
district. Snap. C. J. Canan.
4 ACRES, JuBt over the line In Sarpy
county, away from the hlrh taxes. Rich,
level land, first broken tn llfl. Raised 4
crops of alfalfa, $6,000. Terms can be
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. INC
wza aouin ann nt. I'hone South 1247.
On a small cash payment we will buv
tho lot you select, build a home after your
own plans and have you pay for it on
small monthly payments, without extra
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO..
INCORPORATED CAPITAL $28,000.
4926 S. 21th St. Thong South 1247.
ACRE tracta, 8476, $10 down7T7.TonT
Close In, near car. Douglas 6074.
INSUHANOK, Klre, Tornado. Automobile.
C- AJjfoii??!. " 0m"!. N'"-''1 Bk- Hl'"
Real Estate, Loane, JMortwget.
City and Farm Loans
$, 8i and per cent Also first mort
gagea on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J, H. Pumont A Co., 416-418 Keellne
""i im nu xiarney.
C1(TY 'wm loans promptly made. Rates
, ' j1- neaaonaoie commies on,
united States trust co
212 South 17th, Omaha. Ncn.
Well aecured. bearing 6 pet. lntere.t
HARLET J. HOOKER.
4Q rirat Nat. Bk. BTljtvueii,
S5ST lo. 6 Ber "nt b,"t '
city reetdencea In amount. .2,000 up: aleo
farm loans. Reasonable Minn
TBTERS TRUST CO., l22 Farnam St
MONEY to loan on improved farm's' and
gaires. Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
$1,000 MTGE.T bearing 6 pet. semi-annually
iMirLUjiiy vh men t 2. nno
Tal mage-Loom Is lnv. Co., W. O. W Bide
Mom?y on hand for mortgage loans.
PRIVATE money to loan on Omaha resl-
OMAHA HOMES, EAST XKR PAflMS
n....r r, . a. LU 1UI6 CHUB ha Nat'l.
F'wlMHanri,CUy i0a-n8' 6' 6 ftnd 6 per Cnt
- ... . .....nn, ncniim DIUK. UOUg. X51S,
DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
T. UHAHriM, 604 Hoc Bldg.
SHOPEN ft CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F, P. Wead.
C C r'TTV
V O LOANS
Om. Nat Bk. Bldg.
CO MONEY HARRISON ft MORTON"
nib umnnii Nr Rant Ttiris.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG, 812 Bran-
At.m TKiaUi IIM. n t.9 '
Stocks and .Bonds.
TO MEET tho increased cost of
living you must place your
money where It will yield a
greater Income A 7 per cent
participating cumulative pre
ferred stock with the highest
grade of security means an ex
ceptional Investment. This
stock will not yield less than
7 per cent and participate In
the profits of tho company
over that amount, making a
very attractive, secure Invest
ment. For particulars regard
ing this Investment address
Box 8843, Bee.
LISTED and unlisted stocks. Investment
securities. Industrial stocks.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOVV & CO.,
860 Omaha National Bank Bidr.
Abstracts of Title.
if AT, Title, Uusrantee and Abatrart Co.,
1 305 8. 17th St.. around Boor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Tna. Co.
RKKD ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 20, nranrtels Tneater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay insurance com
panies. 610 Brandels Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
Persistent .dveitising Is the Road
To Buy a New Home
A Self-Supporting Home
Where you can have ground to raise poultry, fruit and vegetables; at
least enough to supply what you eat. x
These are all new homes built of the best material which was N
bought before the big iump in prices. We could not duplicate any of
these houses today and sell at tnese low prices.
AND ONE ACRE
In Benson Gardens. Very attractive
suburban home on corner acre, one
block to paved road and Free Jitney
line: in Benson school district Acre
plowod and part put tn garden this
week. Price $2,760; $275 cash, bal
1 anee like rent
AND ONE ACRE
In Benson Gardens. Swell home juit
completed; sightly place; land slopes
gently to the south; fine 'for poultry;
eaay walking distance to car Una. Will
plow this week and have ready to
plant House has electric lights. Price
$2,760; $278 cash, $27.60 per month
will include Interest.
AND ONE ACRE
Attractive t-room house (rooms
large), fine porch, pantry, closet, elec
tric lights, full cellar with outside cel
larway; built with an idea for Incu
bator cellar In summer, vegetable cel
lar in the winter. Splendid new chicken
house for 60 chickens, on cement
foundation. Will plow and plant to
gnrden. Price $1,100; $160 cash, $16
per month. Free Jitney privileges.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 Harney Street. . Five Phones, Tyler 60.
Office Open Evenings, 7 Till 9 P. M.
FARM AND RANCH LAND
LAND "OI'PORf UNITY.
Inquire about my aay way to get a
farm home In Mtiitilgan's fruit and clover
belt; pay only $26 to 1200 down; $7 to $:0
monthly for forty :.cres Lower terms for
amallur tracts; $16 to $3t an acre. Ask
about life Insurance feature. All kinds of
farming pay woll here. For instance, Mich
igan leada In production of beans and Is
seuond In production of potatoes. Good
schools, churches and towns. Booklet with
full Information free. Owner, George W,
Bwlgart, D-346, First National Bank Bldg.,
i nicaao, in.
A SNAP l2-acre fariu, 3 miles from
Otakl, Minn.: black loam clay subsoil,
fine water, 135 acres under plow; lies fine
on state highway. Complete set of build
ings, small on-hard and good grove; near
100-acre farm. 3 miles from Osakls,
Minn.; dirck loam son. nign stale or cur
tlvatlon, most complete set of bull din as
100 acres in cultivation; 80 acres tame
nay, pasture. Good grove and 300 bear
ing apple trees.
Gel my complete list of farms. F. A.
Hean, owner, 1036 Mr Knight Bldg., Mln
IMPROVED 100-acra farm, 18 miles from
Minneapolis; 40 acres oultlvated. balance
meadow and tlmberi $3,000 wortb of
oulldlnga Will sell for 36,000; easy terma
Schwab Bros., 102$ Plymouth Bldg.. Uln
SMALL Ma Farm $10 caah and $6 monlh-
iy; no interest or taxes; highly productive
tana; ciose to 8 big markets, write for
pnotograpnsand full information. Mungr.
A-110, N. Y Life Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo
IF YOU want a bargain In a good farm
the Judith Basin of Montana, here It li
400-acre rar.oh; 300 acres broke, 40 acres
mora can be broke; 60 acres In timothy.
granaries that bold 6.000 bushels; good
house and improvements; good well. Can
be bought for $43 nn acre, and' the 200
acres of crop to with the place. Terms
reasonable. Write the First State Bank
of Buffalo, Mont., for any further Infor
mation, as this will not last long at this
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
1,440-acro ranch, southwestern Thomas
County, Neb., partly Improved, price $12.60
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY.
Douglas 3410. 680 Brandels Bldg
SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payments
o aores up we larm tne farm wo sell
you. Tne nungerrord Potato Grower'
Association, 16th and Howard Bta Oma
he, Douglas 3871.
WET lands made dry enough for crops or
no pay la our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too wot Guarantee
uramage co Oakland, Neb.
FOR SALE Best large body high grade,
meaium pricea isna in nenrasKat very
ntno monoy required, u. Bradley. Wol
YOU want a balanced ranch; correct prtco
ana rme; my ssu acres, box 139J, Al
New Mexico Lantfo,
Excellent fifty-acre fruit and alfalfa
farm for sale adjoining town of Arttsia,
N. M Great oil mate; artesian well on
place furnishing water for Irrigation and
general purposes: 30 acres In alfalfa; 700
bearing, fruit trees; good six-room house,
barn and outbuildings. A home good
enough for anyone, located In the great
artesian oeit or tna recoo River valley,
in - man neannrui region in America,
Price, $13,600, or will oxchange far mer
chandise or land In eastern Kansas. Mia-
eourt or Iowa. W. Ed. Jameson, Fulton,
GOOD corn land, East Texas, $36 an acre.
Get my free book.
W fl FRANK. 201 Nevilla RlnMr. Orn.hn
ft ACRES, Trancltas, Tex.; rich soil and an
w.. i... vivBvvi, vamsj fvv. Migui trade,
200-Acre Farm With
40 Head Cattle, $10,000.
On state macadam road, a few steps to
school and creamery, only a mile to depot
and village. Level, fertile tillage, cutting
100 tons hay besides grain, corn and pota
toes; wire-fenced, 60-cow pssture. Splen
did 3-story, 12-rtom residence; C-room
tenant nouee; Darn tsxs and silo, all
painted and good; an old barn 40x0.
Aged owner retiring. If taken soon. In
cludes 40 head cattle, aalr horses, tna-
nurv sprsaoer, wagons, Daggy, surrey,
harnesses, drill, mower, rake, tedder.
planter, harvester, plows, etc etc. It Is
a szv.uvo outnt going tor uooo for all,
part down. For traveling instructions,
see page 2, "Our Spring Catategue." Copy
mailed free. B. A. Stroujt Fartm Agency,
Dept 307?, 806 S. lh St., Omaha, Neb.
(Tmaha Hay Market.
Receipts continue rood, demand fair.
market lower on both prairie lay and al
Choice TJnland Pralrlo Hav I21.00WS1 On
No. 1, $20. 00021. 00; No. 3, I17.00QI18.00;
Midland Prairie Hay No. 1, $f O.OOffZl.OO:
No. 3, $14,00617.00.
Lowland Prairie Hay No. 1, $14.00
16.00; No. 2. $10.00011.00: No. 8. 18. on am. r,n.
Alfalfa Choice, $24.0035.00; No, 1,
f.uu'B'i.vu. aianaara, iV.wvZl.uQ; Wo.
3, $170OS.00; No8, $13.004114.00.
Straw Oat $8.0008.50; wheat, $7.00
New York. Way as. Cotton Futuraa
opened easy; May, 21,18c: July, 31c; Octo-
ur, .u.joc; jjecemoer, zu.uzc: January,
Tho cotton market closed barely steady,
net 3 points hlxher to 11 Dointa Invar.
Liverpool, May 23. Cotton Spot, In In-
creasea uemana ; good middling, IS.Md
middling, IS.Std; low middling, 13.40d
sales, 12,000 bales.
AND S LOTS
Lincoln Heights at 87th and Wirt
Sts. House is a dsndy (rooms large:
chicken houe for 30 to 40 grown
chickens. Will plow land If desired.
Price $1,600; $160 cash, $16 per month.
AND TWO LOTS
Hillsdale on $8th St., west of Miller
park. House has 4 -room accommoda
tions. Lots are large, high and sightly.
Electric lights. Close to new boule
vsrd and school. Price 91,760; $175
cash, $17.60 a month.
ACRE AND A HALF
In Benson Gardens. House built one
year, newly papered; some fruit; will
be plowed and garden put in free, 7
hlneka to ear line. 1 block to free Jit
ney. Price $28.60. $285 cash, $28.60
ACRE OF GROUND
In West Benson Addition. House
has large living room with built-in
Morphy bed; extra bedroom and kitch
enT Will plow and plant two bush-
Utte.tAea. eaWftltt lOm. beetS. CSb-
bane and tomatoes. Price $1,8&0: $200
canb and izo a montn to inciuao interest.
UYE ST0GK MARKET
Cattle of All Kindt Arc Steady;
Lamb Ten to Quarter Up,
Highest oh Record; Hogs
Omaha, Ha; II, HIT.
Iteeelpts ware; Cattle. Hofa. aheap.
Official Mrni.tay....... 7.SB0 ,ll ..is.
Official Tuesilay ,.7H1 13. .4 f,04fl
Katlmata Wedneaday 6.00(1 T,oeo 4..00
Three .lays this nk,:i.71 tlT.HM 14. 0.4
Hama tint last wek..9:.S:S 34.410 14.3(3
Ham. days 2 wke. ato.ls,60 90,334 13,.n.
Hama days S wka. a.it.HJM 33,171 14.2M
Same ilas 4 arks, aio.ll. 101 37.1IJ 84. 138
frail iUjs last yur.. 13,014 37.1.0 13.177
Receipts ant dlaaosttlon of live stock at
the Vnlcn Stock yanls, Omaha, Neh., for
twenty-four hours endliir at 3 p. m. yester
day: nECEirrs cars.
Cattle. Hots. Sheep. H'r'a.
C. M. & Bt P..... U 10 ,.
Wabash t ..
Missouri 1'aclflo ..4 1
Union 1'aclflo 70 8. 11
C. 4k N. w., east.. 11 7 1
f. at N. W west.. 64 70 1
C. St. I. M. 4 O .. 3 36 3
C. H. Q. east.. 11 1 1
C, U. Q west., 37 3 S
('., It. I. 4 P , east 4
C, R. I. I, west .. 1
Illinois Centrsl.., B 'J ..
Chlcato. U. West., I 1
Total receipts.. '.3(4 213 30
DISPOSITION H EAD.
Cattle, llotrs. Sheep.
Morris A Co. 766 3. .06 1,246
Swift at Co 1..SS 8.164 1,310
Cudahy Pkf. Co 1..63 4.443 10
Armour Co 1,13 1,677 1,476
Hehwarts Co 171 ....
J. w Murphy 1,151 ....
Lincoln Pka-. Co 43
So. Om. Pk(. Co 3
Hennlnger A Oliver C4 .... ....
F. B. Lewis 72
J. B. Root A Co. , ,. 18
J. H. Hulls JO "
L. V Hues.. 3 ....
W.rthelmer A Peson 21 .... ....
H. P. Hsmlllon HI
Hoffman .......... 28 .... ....
Moyer. 7 .... ....
Baker, Jonea 4k8,... 110 .... ....
Banner Broe. 18 .... ....
John Harvey 143 .... ....
Pennl. 4k Pranela... 10 ,,
Jenaen A Lunfren., 48 .... ....
Pat O'Day 13
Other buyer, 361
Total. 7.116 16,731 6.341
Cattle Receipt, were liberal ocaln to
day, maklnt the total for the three, day.
thl. week 23,471 head, the larce.t alnce
three weeks ago, and larger than a year afro
by over i.uou head, in apite or larae re
celDt. price, were ateady and the market
reasonably active onall kinds, both killers
and reetlera. As nt.ti aa ,13.30 was paid
tor auger beet red cattle, which la th, hlffh
at aver paid on thta market.
Quotation, on cattle: aood to enoic
beevea, 112.354913.26; lair to good beeva.
IU.60O12.26; common to fair beevea, 110.33
011.26; good to cholc. heifers, 1)0.60
11.86: good to choice cowa. IM6ai0.66:
fair to good cowa, I8.764j8.76i common to
fair cows. ,7.0008.60: prim, roeding .teera.
86.7S4910.60; good to choice feeders, 88.00
4110,00: fair to good feeders, in. toco 00:
common to fair feeder., 17.0008.26: good to
choice atookera, 89.6,010.60; stock heifers.
38. 264X10.95: atoclt cows. 17.00W10.00: atock
ralvea, IS.OOOIC-SO; veal calves. .,aofs
13.00; beer bulla, stags, ate, 37.20010.3.
. BEEP STEER". '
6 661 18 75
668 8 76
623 18 16
613 8 00
722 I 75
... 641 10 00
6 846 10 60
10 1027 11 00
,61 10 70
11 II 10
13 SJT 11 25
20 776 11 30
11 1212 11 40
IB lOUB 11 DO
77 11 66
783 11 66
. 864 11 60
. 7s2 11 75
.1167 ii n
.1066 12 08
18 1083 12 70
868 11 80
12 1124 13 00
1114 13 10
1218 12 26
1260 II 33
21 1313 12 16
..1222 12 80
.1376 12 60
15 1181 12 60
21 1128 13 70
17 1114 13 15
...14)2 13 26
STEERS AMD HEIFERS.
118 9 75
.... 437 10 00
610 10 65
608 10 35
14 676 10 75
.... 611 10 85
48 654 11 00
.... 743 U
7 774 11 85 66.
S. ....... 828 II 60 12.
.... 768 II 60
.... 801 11 88
27 1321 11 60
476 I 25 P....
4 677 10 00 I....
2 1000 10 75 2....
.... 867 86
... 700 10 50
... 730 11 00
13 764 11 66
eo e 60
. 816 7 10
824 7 60
833 8 26
T 777 8 60
1 1080 9 00
4 816 25
.. 933 t 76
3 1186 66
3 1066 10 10
4 1120 10 36
1 1230 10 00
4 1117 10 86
1 1353 10 40
..1310 10 66
. 850 9 1 0 1.
.1760 9 60 2.
....1420 10 16
.... S40 11 00
1310 10 00 1,
1 I860 10 26. 3.
456 9 00 4 410 ( 35
1 840 10 00 1..
1 173 13 50 ,
1 186 13 50
246 13 00
The big carry over from v,st.rH.v.
In addition to the liberal freBb supply, gave
packers a chance to break trice, such aa
they have not had In months, and they
wer. not a bit alow to take advantage of
It. Chicago up to . late hour was holding
nearly steady, and sellers bucked the local
break for a while, but packers hsd the
whip hand, and when bulk of the offerlnas
finally changod hand. It waa. at 16ft720o
A big shar. of th. offerlnga changed
handa at a spread of I16.6041I1&.80. There
waa a sprinkling of the commonest hogs
on down, and had undesirable hogo not been
so comparatively scares, the bottom of the
bulk would have Dean lower. There was
a good abowlng up to 616.90, but nothing
ss able to beat It.
No Av. Hh. Pr. No. Av. 8h. Pr.
88. .208 ... IS 00 86. .182 ... 16 65
68. .292 390 16 70 , 61. .282 100 16 75
36. .237 ... 16 60 62. .806 40 16 86
26.. 213 80 16 90
Rheep The outlet for good fed lamb, was
gain fully as broad aa the supply, and of
ferings started moving In good season. For
he most part both wooled and clipped
grades wero around 10c higher. Colorado
fed Mexicans, matea of one of yesterday's
120.26 hunches, moved up a dime to 120.36,
a new top.
The most desirable cuppers cnangea
hands In good season. Most sales were 10c
higher, though a bunch or two did not show
er or upturns. Trading in shorn stock
dragged through the greater part of the
morning, a few loads not the most desirable,
falling to aell until pretty well along In the
morning. Earlier aalea were mainly made
at 116. 85017. 00, and load of clipped
Mexicans, Detter man any tnat nave peen
here in daya, booated the record to 117.16.
Spring lambs again showed more advance
than anything else, salea being generally
nuarter higher. Four cars or l anrornias
reached 819.86, the buyer gettlng'aeventy
five head out at 117. 00, while two care of
natlvea broko all reoords when they brought
820.00. There waa the usual scarcity of
old aheep. About the only mature atuff
ffered was a load or wet snorn ewea tnat
sold at 813.60. On the basis of this a
toppy bunch should sell above 814.00.
Quotations on sheeD and lambs; Lambs.
wooled, tl9.60O20.35; shorn. 116.33017.16:
spring lambs, 818. 00 20.00: yearlings, shorn,
S13.60O15.50; wethers, shorn, 812.60O14.25;
ewes, shorn, lll.7614.00; ewes, cull shorn.
209 clipped Iambs ....
126 clipped lambs ...
91 clipped lamba ....
6ft clipped lambs ....
224 clipped lemp.
272 shorn awes
420 nstlv. spring lambs 60
248 Mexican lambs 81
227 fed lambs 77
608 clipped lamba 91
St. Lottie Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, Mo. May 33. Cattle Receipts.
5 BOO hr.il: market, stesdy: native beef
sleera, 17. 60013.00: yearlings, steers and
holf'TB, Is. SOU 12.00. cows. 86.00011-60;
atockers and feeders, H.007J10 00; prlmo
southern beef steers. 8M04pll,5O; beef
cow. and heifers, 14. 26O9.00; prime year-
ling steers and heifers, 7.50jp 10 00; native
Hoga Receipts, 13.200 head: marsci.
lower; light, I16.900 16.86; plas. 110.004
14 60; mixed and butchers, 16.60016.40;
good heavy, 116. 40 0 10.50; bulk, 316.90O
Hheep sml Lsmbs Receipts. 3.000 head:
market, higher; clipped Iambs, S14.00O
17.00; clipped ewes. 80.60O14.0O; spring
lambs, I16.00O80.00; canncrs. 86.0006.00.
Cash Wheat Rules Steady to
a Fraction Higher, With
Light Receipt! and
Omaha, Mar S3, HIT.
The local cash trnde was extremely quiet
today nn account of light receipts, but the
dmand whh good and moat of the samples
were disposed of at an early hour. Wheat
was strong and was Quoted from steady to
a fraction above yesterday's nominal figures.
No. I hard selling from 12. M to J H. while
No. S hard brought 12 SI and a frw cars of
No. 4 hard, sold at prices ranging from (3.l
The demand for corn was very actlTS and
prices on this ce-eitl ruled from Ho to lo
hither, the white variety ruling about He
higher, while the bulk of the mixed and
yellow grades sold at la advance. White
oorn continued to sell at a fairly wide mar
gin over the yellow, and the yellow In turn
waa quoted at a fractional premium over
the mlxfd, the mixed gradoa selling gener
ally from 1. ti to 11.634. while the yellow
ranund from 11.63 to l.4, and the white
lroucht from 1. 6 to $1.11
There was a fair Inquiry for the poorer
grades of corn and a few samples of mixed
corn were reported sold at 91.SI91.S1H.
Considering the light offerings trade In
oats waa very good and the demand for this
cereal would probably have taken tire of
larger receipts, TIk market was quoted
from steady to Uo higher, but the bulk of
the offerings sold around yesterday'a prices,
No. II white selling generally at 70s, while
the ntandard brought 70Hc, and a few sales
or No 4 white ware made at 04 0le.
Rye and barley were quoted nominally
unc-hanicd and the trade In this market
continued dull, with no offerings.
Clearances were; Wheat and flour equal
to 444.000 bushels; corn, 47,000 bushels)
oats, 111,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were 110,800
bushels and shipments 7fiS,000 bushels
MgHlnnt receipts of 094,000 bushels and ship
ment of 413,000 bunhels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 469,000 bush
nls and shipments 457,000 bushels against
receipts of 4i(i,ooo bushels and shipments of
464,000 bushels I ant year.
Primary oats receipts were 6 9,000 bushels
and shipments 711,000 bushel n sal nut re
cti I pta of 4T4.0O0 bushels and shipments of
73S.0P0 buchets last year.
CAR LOT BKCKtPTrt.
Omaha ... 80
Kansas City ......... t;
St. Louis Si
Winnipeg 723 ... ,,,
These sales were reported todny:
Wheat No. 3 hard winter, 1 dar, fill:
I cars, IM6; 8 3-5 cars, ll.lt. No. I hard
winter. S car. 2.SI. No. 4 hard winter, I
car, 2 1 car, I2.BI; 1 car. 13.87; 1 car,
12.88, Hample hard winter, 1 car, $2. 81; 1
car, IS. 77; 1-6 car (weevil bored), 2.60; H
car (part rye), 12.80.
Corn No. t while, 13 2-t ears. 1.. No.
3 white, 1 oar, 11.86; 3 cars, It.ts6. No. 4
white, 1 car, 1.6(.t. No. 2 yellow, t oars.
f1.4; 4 cars, 31.63V No. I yellow, t car,
11,43 14; 1 car, 11.81, No. 2 mixed, I oars.
I1.63U; I 8-6 cars, ll.Sl. No. 3 mixed, I
oar, 11.434 ; 3 cars, H.63. No. 4 mixed, 1 lt
cars, 11.83. No. $ mixed, 8ft car, 11.11
Sample mixed, ) car. 1.B!4; 1 car, $1.13.
Oat standard, 1 car, 70 4c. No. I white.
1 car, 7014c; 2 cars, U No. 4 white, 1 2-6
cars. 94c; 1 8-6 ourr, IHc. Sample white.
3 cars, tic.
Caah Prices Wheat: No. 5 hard, $2,119
3.16; No. I hard, $.MI(il.l4; No. 4 hard,
11.1502.10. Com: No. I white, ll.8GH01.66;
No. 8 white, ll.8601.864; No. 4 white,
J.B44F1.64: No. 8 white, $1.8401.66;
No. C white, II, 641. 644,- No. t yellow.
11.011401.64; No. I yellow, iMlftlfll;
No. 4 yellow, $I.8301.6I: No, ft yellow,
ll.82H01.624i; No. yellow, 11.4101134;
No. I mixed, $1.6801.084; No. I mixed,
1.63H0I.3: No. 4 mixed, $1.I301.I; No.
5 mixed, ll.4S01.82H; No. 8 mixed, 11.61 4
01.63. Oats: Nn. 3 White, 7OH07Oc;
standard, TOH 0704c; No. 1 white, 700
704c: No. 4 white, 69H06IHC Barley:
Malting, ll.S8ifri.47; No. 1 feed, 1.360
l.ti. Rye: No. J, $3.2003.22; No. I, ll.UO
Local range of optional
High. L,w. Close I Tea.
July I I 87 I I 97 IM0 I J 90 fill
Sept. 1 99 I 1 19 1(9 1 19 300
Corn I i i
July 1 60Vi 1 171,1166m 1 51SIUI
Sept. 1 47 . 1 47 117 L 1 147
Oata I I
July f 63U CI Vi II I as I tl
Sept. B8i J1S 68tt 61it S4
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bh
by Logan A llryin. stock and grata brokers,
313 South Blateenth atreet, Omahai
Art, I Open. High. I low. Cloaa. Tea.
WhE j I
July 1 31 J 19 818 17 183
Sop. 06 S 06 301 I 01 306
July 1 564 1 S7l llCti 1 66 159
Sep 1 4H 1 484,114714 147 44 141
Deo. 10814, 1 0114 10 107 lOSVt
July 16 H 66 S, 64 tt (I St
Sep. 58 66 50',, 664 66tt,
May 17 76 17 96 87 TO 87 95 31 30
July 89 16 S3 36 37 86 SS 10 IS 86
July 31 40 13 50 21 17 33 87 H 31 83
Sep. 33 00 23 66 33 45 33 56 33 67
July 30 (3V, 30 IIH It 45 20 60 30 67
Sp. 80 70 30 60 30 81 30 77H 10 86
89, Louie General Market,
St. Louis, May S3. Wheat No. 1 red,
nominal; No. 9 hard, nominal; July, 13.24;
Corn No. 3. 81.70: No. I whit. SI. 71:
July, S1.58t; September, SI.4'i.
oats No. 3, 7sc; no. i wnita, nominal
Washington Wyoming Oil Co.
500 Barrel Daily Production
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Pr..i..Bt GEORGE E. MILLER
1 Pre.. BrMoartttti Saving. Bank an4l Trust C
Flr.t Vi,. Pr..W.nt ..EDWIN HALL
Prolan! Hall Oil C.
' Ex-Stats Oologlat, Stat. .1 Wyoming
t Ca,Br, Wymlag
Stnd Vk Pmid.nl C E. CURTISS, D. D. S.
, Seattle, Wash. "
S.cr.t.r7 and Tr.aaur.r .... GEORGE W. DUTTON
Certified Puklle Accountant
Seattle, Waak. I
Hon. EDWARD MEATH Judf. O. E. SAUTER
Treasurer, SUt. .1 Washington, 113-1917 Attorn ey-st-Law
, Tacotn., Wash. , SmMI., W.sh. ....
A wir. .ad I.tt.r from Edwia Hall, Vic. Pr.tid.nl of th. com
pany .nd .i-Stat. CUolofist of Wyoming, contain th. following in
form.liont "Tli. Washington Wyoming Oil Co. has lust acoulrd th.
, Balr Oil C. holdings ol 1. MO acraa in tha Loaf Soldier Field, with
DAILY PRODUCTION OF OVER BOO BARRELS. In my whs.
Ion this Is th. kaat place .1 oil prwaerty to he hsd In th. State
of Wyoming today, and with pb lln. to th. Uaiea Pacllk it
will b. aalf Buatainlng aa far aa development Is concern.. .ad
A DIVIDEND PAYER BESIDES. Th. company hae don. .11 Its
own drilling, ka. two large National machine, and airings of tools
on tk. prafssrty, with . large supnly .1 .hp. on hand, adeouat.
I.e.. aoulpinent, water Una., fuel .11 llnea, water tankage, a .
large camp and semtsMsl camp buildings: tan probably drill
tha balance .1 this year with tha supply .1 pip. now on prep
rty, ate., ate."
In addition to the above very valuable property, the company
controls over 6,400 acres of proven oil lands in the most prominent
producing sections of Wyoming, adjacent to the Midwest and Merritt
Companies, as well as favorable locations in other parts of the State.
For a limited lira. w. ar. of faring unsold portion Cfr
of Tr...ury sh.r.. (par t.Iu. 11.00), .1 UVlsper share
Trading Mi tk. New York Cork will begin
.1 . data to b. announced latar.
Tha nature of thia company's developments, management and business re
sponsibility merit th. consideration and Investigation of .11 discriminating
Writ, for complete information.
RENAUD & COMPANY'
66 Broadway New York
NEW YORK STOCKS
U. S. Steel Again Climbs on
Market, Carrying; With
It Entire String- of
New York, May 33. Trailing In TTnlte
States Bteel wss again the feature of th.
atock market today, that stock making an
extreme advance of 3tt point, to 1304,,
thereby duplicating Ita prevlouB high rec
ord attained In the latter part of 191.
Steel carried forward with It virtually tha
entire list. In the last hour prices declined
3 to 3 points from ths maximum of tha
mldseason. Demand for steel until the lata
setback of 3 points sesmed almost Insatiable,
comprising about 30 per cent of tha total
turnover of 1,300,000 aharea.
Number of sales and quotation, on th.
leading stocks were:
Sales. High. Low. Closs.
Am. Fleet Bugar, . ,
Am, Car A Foundry
Am. Smelt. 4k Ref,
Am. Sugar Ref.,..
Am. Tel. Tel....
Am. Z. L. S....
A. O. W. I. S. B.
Baltlmors 4b Ohio.
B. 4 S. Copper. . .
3.100 92 91 93t,
9.S0O 4S 46i 4444
8.000 Tit, 70V, 70Vj
13,900 71 N 70
16,600 10614 1014. 10141
800 11014 10SU, 1094
1,100 133V. 1114 llltf
00 31 33 33
s',000 loiit 10T4 101 1
8,160 10H lOSVj 104
3,600 Tl 704 70U
1.100 411, 44 444j
1.100 11 20 20
1.409 161V. 160 1MB,
Central Leather ... 39.100 93 U
Chesapeake at Ohio 3.100 6 6614
C. M. 4k Bt. P.. 1..
C. N. W
C, R. I. . P. ctf,..
4.100 74 73
900 113 112
Colorado F. 4s I
Corn Producta Ref. 43,200
Cuba Cana Sugar.
Oenaral Rlecthe. .
at. No, pfd
Ot. No. Ore. ctfa.
800 14041 169
1,409 104 101 107
1,600 107 106 106
8,100 34 94 . 04
Insplrstlon Copper. 20,200
Int. M. M. pfd..., 21.400
K. C. southern,.
Kennecott Coppsr,. 16,600
Mexican Petroleum 20,700
Missouri Pacific. ..
New York Central.
N. T., N. K. A H..
Norfolk A Western
Pacific Tel. A Tsl.
Ray Coaaol, Cop,,,
Rep. Iron A Steel.
Shattuck Aria. Cop.
Studebaker Corp.... 7.600
U, B. Ind. Alcohol
U. S. Steel
U. S. Steel pfd...
Wabash pfd. "B".
10.800 137 136
40.400 181 129 1194
409.000 199 136 1214)
600 118 111 118
11.600 116 114 lt4t
1,100 IS 36 36
Westlnghouse !sc. 17,100
14 61 51
KusM City Llv. Stork Market,
Kanaaa City, May S3. Cattle Racalpt
toOMi.ad; market, strong; prima fed sleera,
SI3.8tt913.40;. dressed beef steers, S10.2SO
13 50; west.rn steers 89.004918.36; ' cows,
7.164911 15; heifers, 99.00013.36; stackers
and feeders, 88.004910.76. bulla, II.004J
10.60: calvea, tt.00tfl8.S6.
Hoga Keoelpts, 13,000 head; market,
lower; bulk, 316. 60tTls.lt; heavy, 316.1549
16.88; packers and butchers. t6 7549iie.lt;
light, 116.16016 00: Pigs, tl4.00ei4.7t.
Sheep and Umba Receipts, 8.100 head;
market, higher: lamba. tlt.0oei0.t6: ysar
llnga, 814 00917.50; wethers, tll.90tll.00j
Steal City Lin Mock Market
SlotlJf City, la., May 21. Cattle Re
oelpts. 2,500 head; market for killers, wealt
to lower; stockars, wsak; beef Bteare, tll.Ot
eis.36; butcher,. 19.50011.00; fat cows and
h. Iters, 88.00911. 96; csnnrrs, tl. 0007.75:
stoeker. and feeders, 87.604)10.10; calves,
19,000 13.00; bulla, ataga. ate, 17.60010.60;
feeding cows and heifers. 17. 3603.60.
Hogs Hecelpts, 9.000 hsad; market. ISO
20e lowsr: light, 815.36016.40; mfked, tlt-46
016.80: heavy, tlS.75O16.t0; pigs, 111,000
13.601 bulk, tl6.104Jlt.80.
.Bhssp and Lamba Receipt., 160 he.d;
1... mmAv ...run... 814.60016.00:
wethera, tlS.60OIt.60;. awes, f 11.60018.76;
St, Joseph Urt Stock Market, ,
St. Joseph, Mo May . ttr Re-
celpta, 3,700 head; market stsady; stecra,
St.toeiS.2t; cowa and heifers, 17.00013.60;
calves, 111. 00O14.76. I
Hots Receipts, 7,100 head: market
ateady t. 10a lower; top, 111.40; bulk, 116.50.
016 36. J ,
Sheep and Lamba Receipts, 500 head;,
market ateady; clipped lamba, I14.004J17.50;
clipped awes, tll.00Olt.60. ,
Kansas City General Market.
Kansas City. May 11. Wheat No. 2 hard.
I3.tios.oo: No. 1 rid. tt.ssesss: Mor,
13.16; July, 12.20. '
Corn No. I mixed, tl.e601.S5H; No. 1
whlta, tl 701l7; No. yellow. tl.S6
1.66: July, tl.6401.6'; September, I1.4S
Oat. No. 1 white, 7ie'1tjs m'.
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