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    THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6. 1917.
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REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West.
AN ATTRACTIVE HOME
BUILT TO LIVE IX, NOT TO
RENT.
BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED
AND DECORATED
IN THE VERY BEST RESI
DENCE DISTRICT.
Thla Is on of tha belt built homei In
Omaha. Stona foundation and basement,
olid brick above; elate roof. The coal
bin and fruit cellar of til. Practically
o coat for palatini r rapairlnf.
Library with built-in bookcase!, aolld
ehorry; balls and stalrcaaa of oak; dining
room Is paneled In Venetian oak All
floors ara hardwood. Larva double storm
windowed and icreaned aun porch, con
tectud with both tha library and dining
room by French doors. The walla of the
first floor and upper hall are covered with
hand-decorated burlap, except the music
room; three bath rooms. Large closet
with outside windows, wardrobes and
chest of drawers. There Is s laundry
fruit cellar, furnace room and space which
can be finished for a blllland room fn the
. basement, which Is cemented throughout.
Large soft water cistern, f aa, not water
heater for summer use.
So well bum that 16 tons of coal will
heat It throughout and with solid brick
walls, it la wonderfully cool In lummtr,
At the very crest of the hill, there Is
always a breese there If anywhere. It Is
convenient to the car line and In the
choicest resldenoe section of Omaha. The
price is very reasonable and term will be
made to suit the buyers ooavenlencs.
owner leaving the city.
Address Box J68T, Bee.
,WBST FARNAM $5,250
Never been occupied. Seven rooms,
with fireplace and built-in bookcases: oak
finish on the first floor; oak floors
throughout; white enamel and birch ma
hogany on the second floor. This is a bar
gain and can make easy ierma. Want
an offer.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
(Realtors)
Poul 8883. 813-30 City Nation,!.
".WEST FARNAM HOME"
8 rooms, brand new and all modern, oak
finish downstairs,, white enamel kitchen,
4 bedrooms, all in white enamel: good at
tic; rooms an decorated; corner lot, soutQ
front. Price only Jo, 760. 11,000 cash,
balance monthly,
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phong Dong. 337. 818 8. 17th.
NEW BUNUALOW,
FIT. rooraa. strictly modern, flntahed In
oak: located at 8838 N. tub BL Prlo.
J3.1S0. a.rmn Will tak. .mill eottag
to trad.
NORMS NORMS,
400 Bt. Bldf. Phon. Doug-la. 427.
North.
A PLEASANT SUMMER
HOME
as well as "
A CHEERFUL WINTER
HOME
Northeast corner of 33d and Lincoln
Blvd., 7 rooms, strictly modern, Interior
'brand new. The attractive features are a
67x60 ft. lot on the corner with a beau
tiful' lawn, hedge fence around two sides,
fine shade trees, on Harney car line, pav
ing all . paid, and this property can be
bought; for $1,600 less than it would i ml
to place the house and purchase the lot.
HIATT COMPANY,
REALTORS.
?5-7-fl Omahn. Nat. Bank. Tyler 60.
MILLER PARK ;
-rooms,' strictly' modern, full 2-story
home; living room, dining room, sun
room and kitchen on first floor; finished
in oak floors and oak woodwork; 8 nice
bed -rooms and bath on second, finished
in oak and white enamel; attic on third
floor, all finished up with oak floors; has
built-in bookcases; buffet; fireplace; full
cement basement; furnace neat; south
front paved street; large lot. This proper
ty is Just a year' old and was built for a
homo by day labor at a cost of 17500.
Owing to the owner being transferred to
Chicago, he has priced It this week at
S5.500. Must be sold this week.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
537 Omaha National Bit. Bldg. 'P. 1TI1.
6-ROOM BUNGALOW.
Just complt-ted ready for occupancy,
three bd rooms, oak finish in living
rooms, nicely decorated, full cement base
ment, jiermancnt walks, east front lot
nicely fmdded, located high and sightly,
,iust south of beautiful Fontenelle park.
Price $3,800: $350 down, balance on terms.
C. G. CARLBERG,
SI 2 Brandeis Theater Bid.
PIN KN ICY ST. BARGAIN. '
New bungalow of six rooms and sleep
ing porch, oak finish, handsomely deco
rated, worth $4,600, but you can buy It
this week for $3,850 on Rasp terms (which
are dead easy). Immediate action will get
you Immediate possession. '
RASP BROTHERS, REALTORS,
210-12-14 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 71.
AFTER looking at M1NNE LU8A $00 dif
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lota.
JF YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
712 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
STRICTLY modern bungalow, 6 rooms 22nd
and Ames Ave. Webster 422$.
South.
MONTCLAIR BUNGALOW.
Stucco construction. $ largo light rooms.
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
3,800. Easy terms. Another new build
ing for $3,660. Call Douglas 1781 dy
walnut issu eninsjs.
NEAR 26th Ave. and Woolworth Seven
room bouse with lawn, 76x127 feet, and
fruit, vary cheap. i X. Wead, 110 S.
lSth Bt.
SIX rooms, modern exoept beat, 91.590.
Terms. Sea Owner, S$14 N. Slat St Web
ster 4t06.
Miscellaneous
WORLD REALTY CO lunding?
Sun Theater
K. & TRCMBUU.
1808 at Kat. Bk. B16. P. Ill
J. B. ROBINSON. Real l-,tat. ul Inaux
nc. 448 B Bldr- Pongla.
REAL ESTATE Investment
CLOSE IN
Income $1980-Price $17500
108 ft. frontage on 26th, only half
block from Harney. Improvements, four
attached two-story brick houses of 7 and
S rooms, modern and in first class con
dition. Located right for heavy Increase
In ground value. Property half block away
selling for $400 per front foot Part cash
will handle. Ask us for particulars.
Armstrong-Walsh Company,
Trier 1S38. REALTORS. 383 Rose Bldf.
APARTMENT.
178,000 Incom. II par cant; .a. y.ar
eld; vary nn. location; mortgage ,ao,vuv
and Will .co.pt 120.000 In trad.; bal
anc. cab or uogetlabl. papa.
CAUUN9 4k CO.,
Poutla. 1313. City Nat BanK BWa
SUB US FOR INVESTMENT AND
SPECULATIVE PROPBRTT.
A. P. TUKET ft BON.
REALTORS.
80 Flrat National Bank BUg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
HAVE client with 240 acres good land In
eastern -Montana. Clear, worth $6,000;
three miles from good railroad town.
Want ft to 8 -room modern Omaha resi
dence, valued 94,000 to $6,000. Joseph
Pick. 1219 Evans Bt Web. 4866.
t HAVE a 925,000 hardware, doing good
business, and, 910,000 In money. Want
western Iowa or eastern Nebraska farm.
8. S. and R. E. Montgomery. 906 Omaha
National Bank Bldg. :
OOOD OMAHA INCOME PROPERTY,
and part cash, to exchange for Douglas or
Sarpy county farm land.
BOX 8642. BEB.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
North.
WE HAVE several lots located at 27 th and
Corby and 27th and Maple, three blocks
from new school location. Two of these
are on paved streets. Will sell at a bar
gain. Can give terms, Travers Brothers,
81 1 First Nafl Bank Bldg.
DANDY LOT.
xl3, tvtn ,trat fniDtacaa: May
t.rma. Call Douglaa 1064 or v.alDM.
H.rn.T ,161,
BEAUTIFUL, 10-foot lota. Prloa 1350. onlT
W cub ud M cnt, par VMk. on till,
. REAL ESTATE Unimproved
North.
CARTER LAKE CLUB.
Have two clear, lewl htjrh lots, west,
to exchange for Carter Lake club lot.
va l u e SftO. Box 447.1. Bpc
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
J Dundee.
HAVE YOU A GOOD
LOT?
Which you would Hke to convert into
a home?
WE HAVE A GOOD
HOME
Located In the new restricted Dundee
district, modern and' exceptionally well
built, on which we will take as a tint
payment a well located residence lot.
$4,500
Is the price qf this house and It's de
cidedly less than cost. No care or money
wss spared In Its building' to make It
good.
It is Just the place you have ben look
ing for If you want a two-story all mod
em frame house with seven large rooms,
including an enclosed sleeping porch. The
floors are oak and the finish oak on the
first floor and French gray on tha sec
ond. Let us take you out; this place ts worth
seeing and you can buy It on very easy
terms.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
REALTORS.
Phone t. lift. 902 City Nat. Bank Bldr.
DUNDEE HOME
10-room, all modern house, 4825 Cass
Bt., on car line, twj lots, corner, full
basement In four rooms, hot water heat,
elegant oak floors and finish, two man
tels, two sleeping porches, large porch,
lawn and trees, barn for two autos,
choicest location in city, easy terms.
Phone Laavltt, Walnut 1820. .
DUNDEE PROPERTIES.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Before buying bs
aura and see
GEORGE & CO.
HOME BARGAIN.
REDUCED FROM $7,000 TO $6,500.
IT 80LD BEFORE) JUNB 1.
Brick and stucco home, six rooms and
sleeping porch; thoroughly modern
throughout, all floors of oak. oak trim
downstairs; white enamel upstairs; built
in buffet, fireplace, bookcases, kitchen
cabinets, stc.t largs lot Owner must
sacrifice. Prefer to deal with buyer dl
rect Box 4280. Bee.
7-ROOM home on Underwood Ave. Dundee.
Easy terms. Priced right.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
gi-30 City Nat. Doug. $862.
HOMES and home sites In Dundee.
SHULER & CART, 204 Keellne. D.
6074.
6-ACRE blk., Fairacre and Browntll Hull
district Snap. C. J. Canan.
Miscellaneous.
HALF ACRE
NEW HOUSE
NEW POULTRY HOUSE
$1,650 $100 CASH
Located at 87th and Wirt Sts. A splen
did little place. Mouse on full cement
Mock foundation with outside cellarway.
House Is attractive. Has 2 large rooms
with large porch; poultry house built ac
cording to government plans. Monthly
payments Including Interest, $16.60 a
month. Office open evenings 7 till I p. in,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
(Realtors)
1614 Harney St, Five Phones Tyler 60.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments, have parties waiting. Western
Real Estate. 411 Karbach Blk. D. 3607.
LIST your and 6-room houses with Ed
ward v., Williams Co $01 Omaha Nat.
Bank Bldg. P. 420.
LIST your 6 snd 6-room houses with us.
WS eELLt THEM. OSBORNB REALTY
Co.. Tyler 496. '..'
TO RENT or aell home,. Hat with ALLEN
BARRETT. 813 Be.. Doug 7768.
ARXDT & TAYLOR ran aaalat you.
Lalra St. webeter 208,.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Iowa Lands.
A BARGAIN.
Improved Harrison county, Iowa. 180acre
farm, for sale on eary terms. Frlos $140
per acre,
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY,
610 Brandeis Bids'.
New Mexico Land's.
STOCK RANCH.
For quick sale, 13,000 acres of fine
rraslna land in New Mexico. Price $2.60
per acre, can make some terms, figure
this out stock men, and see what It
means. See, write or phono. I E. Bar
ker, Wray, Colo.
South Dakota Lands.
FOR BALE 160-acre Improved farm, near
depot ana scnooi; also small store, stock,
tools and crop If desired. Telegraph or
write for option to J. F. Cochran, Faith,
a D.
LIBERTY BONDS
FREE
In order to aid in the sale of LIBERTY BONDS
we make the following offer:
We will give one $50.00 LIBERTY BOND free to
each purchaser of a lot, regardless of price, in any of
our additions named below. All of these lots are offered
at our low, regular schedule prices and on easy terms.
Lots in Orchard Home (South Side) $250 to $275.
Lots in Club Terrace, $350 to $500.
Lots in Leavenworth Heights, $500 to $750.
Lots in Clairmont, $650 to $1,000.
Mont Clair, $800 to $1,500.
v Lots in Bensonhurst, $700 to $1,000.
Lots in Dundee, $1,250 up.
Acres in Benson, $650.
Not one dollar has been added to the price of any
lot on account of this offer. Here is a chance to aid your
self and your country's cause at the same time.
We make the same offer to the purchaser of any
house upon our list.
THIS OFFER GOOD FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
TO JUNE 12TH
Benson & Carmichael
(REALTORS)
- 642 Paxton Block. Douglas 1722.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Montana Land's.
LAND In south or southeast part of Mon
tana; small or large tracts that will pro
duce enormous crops in wheat, cats, bar
ley, etc. Part Irrigated, from s up an
ai-re. Close to R. R. to inn of ihu land
will raise 60 bushels of wheat or 100
bu. of oat or 4 to b tons of alfalfa to
the acre. Fine water, fine climate; sure
Increase In land; easy terms, low R. R.
fare. Seld me your address and I will
mall you particulars. C. M. Rylandor, lit
Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
WKEKLT lower Yellowstone valley excur
sions to Sidney, Mont. Round trip fare
I If. 40. For Information address Chas.
Hennlg. 8608 N. 44th Ave,. Omaha, or call
Wal. 36U.
Nebraska Lands.
1720 ACRES, located vn Niobrara river, six
miles from railroad town; TOO acres good
level farm land; SiO acres In cultivation;
150 acres of Niobrara bottom, part of
which is the best of hay land, balance of
ranch rolling to rough pasture, well
grassed. River and Bear Creek furnish an
ahundance of stock water, plenty of timber
for fuel, and fence posts, aa welt as af
fording protection for stock. Improve
ments located In a floe native grove In the
valley and consist of six-room house, two
barns, slto and other buildings. School
house located on ranoh. This la a well
balanced ranch. Our price, $1 per acre,
easy terms.
KLOKE INVESTMENT
COMPANY.
843 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldr.
SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payments
a acres up we rarra tne rarm ws sen
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
Aaaociation, Hth and Howard Sts.. Oma
ha. Douglas 1871,
WET lands mads dry enough for orops or
no pay Is our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too web Guarantee
Drainage Co.. Oakland, Neb.
120-ACRE improved farm 8H milea from
Benson. Well situated and with good roads.
F. I. WKAP, IIP 8. 18th Bt. Weed Bldg.
Texai Tands.
OOOD corn land. East Texas, $25 an acre.
ui my iree door.
W. 8. FRANK. 201 Neville Block. Omaha,
Wisconsin Lands.
fiOO ACRES'11 th be8t part of
UUV AUIVCiO oonsin, Limestone soli;
mil from station; excellent buildings;
fine location for pure bred stock raiser.
For full description, address C H, Dunbar,
Pickett, Wis.
Miscellaneous.
WE HAVE several highly Improved farms
In the richest farming district of the
United States at very attractive prices
and reasonable terms. Write us for map
and further Information.
MID-WEST LAND CO.,
1057 Omaha Nat'l. Bk Bldg. D.
Persistent Advertising is the Road
to Success.
FINANCIAL
14,000 MTGE., bearing: 6 pet. semi-annually,
secured by property valued at 112,000.
Talma ge-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bid g,
INSURANCE, Fire, Tornado, Automobile,
C, A. Grlmmel. 848 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bide.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
FARM MORTGAGES.
Well secured, bearing- 6 pot Interest
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
HO First Nat Bk. Bldg. Tel. Tyler 2868.
6 PER CENT to e per cent on best class
city residences In amounts 13.000 up. also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PJCTER8 TRUST CO., 1823 Farnam St
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. . We also buy good farm mort
ftagea Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
M.00O MTGB., bearing 6 pet semi-annually
secured by property valued at 2,600,
Talmage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
U. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans,
Citv National Bank Bldr.
PRIVATE money to loan on Omaha resl-
Keellne Bldg.
SHOPEN St CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFB R. B. CO., 101 Omaha Nat1,.,
FARM and city loans, 6, & and 6 per cent
w. it, Tnomas, Keellne Bag. Doug. 1648
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
1100 to 110,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Woad Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
5
CITY
LOANS
GARVIN BROS.,
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldf.
0 MONET HARRISON A MORT
10 tie Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldr.
LOW HATES C. G. CARLBERQ. 312 Bran
dla Theater Bldr. D. 68
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unllated atocka. Inveatmant
aecutitlea. Industrial atocka.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW & CO.,
860 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
TtTatn Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
IVCIl golf 8. 17th St.. around floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest subtract of
fice in NenrasKa. zus Mranaeia ineaier.
Miscellaneous.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 610 Brandeis Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
IF INTERESTED In ths Casper Oil fields
write to Box 3Z&,, Casper, vyo. validat
ing done.
Liberty Bonds
Taken at 108 In payment for lota at
regular prices at any time. 600 and
more lots to select from. Tht Real
Estate Board Invested all their sur
plus funds, ($1,6001, In these bonds
and borrowed $25,000 to buy such
bonds.
D. C. PATTERSON
1623 Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Wade H. Ross and wife to Lltsle C.
Morton Ruth, Chicago street. 100 feet
west of Poriy.aixth street, north
side. 60x130 $ 1
Homestead company to E. A. llebel.
southwest corner Thirty-fifth snd
Madison strcrla, South Side, 80x134,. GS6
Homestead company to Ivan Morglu
ctch, Monroe street, forty f-el eant
of Thirty-fifth street, north stdo.
40x184 1
O. O. Olsen and wife to Joseph I.u
cena, southeast corner FIfiy-flrat
and Izard streets, 46x100 1,150
rirsi rrusc company, trustee, to Nona
R. LeCompte, Farnam street, forty
four feet east of Forty-first street,
north side, 88x133 1,800
jvona k. i.ecompte to Myrle New.
. branch, Farnam street, forty-four
feet east of Forty-first street, north
side, 88xlS3 ., jo
josepn uanone and wire to Antonio
Aldera, northwest corner Thirty
fifth and Mason streets, 18x136,..,
Albert A. Krlghaum to George A.
Krfghaum, Thirty-ninth street forty.
. two feet north of K street west side.
41.6x110 10
ueorge A. Krigbaum and wife to Al
bert A. Krigbaum. R street 110
feet weet of Thirty-ninth street.
north side, 88x126 , 10
ueorge a. Krigbaum and wife to
Marie Krigbaum, Fortieth street, 160
feet south of P street, east side,
40x110
Osk C. Redlck and wife to Preston
Madelll, et al, northeast corner
Twenty-seoond and Sahler street.
43x124 TOO
iiamiton Improvement company to
Ernest Sweet, northwest corner
Twenty-fourth and Farnam streets,
160x186 ,
Patrick X Datley to William J.
Dailey, B street, seventy-eight feet
east of Twenty-fourth street, south
side, 160x186
Charles W. Martin and wifs to Julia
A. Blomberg, Titus street, 111.1 feet
west of Twenty-eighth avenue, north
side, 42x120
EUia M. Fay to Louts Collette, Marcy
street. 111.6 feet west of Forty-
fifth street, south side, 60x120 260
Dundee Realty company to Olof Ho
kanson, Fiftieth avenue, seventy
five feet south of Dodge street
west side, 60x186 1,600
rortsmoutn Trust and Guarantee com
pany to William Parsons, K street,
eighty feet west of Thirty-fourth
street, north side, 60x60 436
Frits Muller and wife to C. J. Wheeler,
et al, Phelps street, 230 feet east of
Sixteenth street, north side, 46x112. 600
Marie Queyrel and hunbaod to V,
Blanch Gerard, Half Howard street,
160 feet west of Forty-second street,
north side, 60x126 1,000
Jacob V, Shipley and wife to Frank
Salting, southwest corner Bluff and
Cook street, Florence, 132x130 300
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to Omaha
Loan and Building association, Rees
street, 195 feet wist of Twenty
fifth street north side, 22H0UO.. 100
Kathryn Cowan and husband to C.
Goorge Carl berg, southwest corner
Thirty-eighth and Mason streets,
62x126 S
Earl R. Gibson and wife to Mary E.
Hotaman, Forty-seventh avenue, fifty
feet south of Miami street, eaat side,
60x1)5 1,660
Blanche D. Pettlt and husband to
Frank G. Roberts, Thirty-third
street 2t9.Z feet south of: Martha
street, east side, 60x140 1,760
Omaha Ray Market,
Receipts light. Market firm and higher on
the better grades of prairie hay. Alfalfa
lower, demand fair to good on better grades
of hay.
Upland Prairie Hay Choice, I31.004H2.OO;
No. 1, $10.60(920.60, No. 2, S11.0091T.00.
No. 3, I7.00ifiil0.00.
Midland Hay No. 1, 920.09O21.00; No. 3,
$13.000117.00.
Lowland Hay No. 1. 12,00flH4.0O; No. 2,
$8.l010.00; No. 3, 96.006.60.
Choice Alfalfa 922.00O33.00; No. 1, $21.00
022.00.
Standard Alfalfa 9I9.00O20.00; No. 2,
116. 00(17. 00; No. 8, $ 11. 0013.00.
Straw Oat, $8. 0008.60; wheat, $7,000
7.60.
Sioux City Livestock Market.
Sioux City, la., June 6. Cattle Kecelpts,
900 head; market for killers, steady; stock
ers, steady; beef steers. I9,60418.26: fat
ctws and heifers, $8.0043)11.261 canners, 96.60
bjh.ov; stocKera ana feeders. I7.604D10.26:
calves, 99.0018.00; bulls, stags, etc., 97.600
iu.du; leading cows ana heirers, 87.X6OV.60.
Ho.j Receipts, 7,000 head; market steady
to 60 lower; lights, $5.0015.15; mixed,
916.3,016.40; heavy, $1.636016.60; pigs,
$12.01013.26; hulk of sales, $15.15016.40.
Sheep i.nd LambsReceipts, 800 hesd;
market steady to lower.
Cotton Market.
Liverpool, June 6. Cotton Spot firm;
rood middling. lfi.Urt: middling. 14. fid: low
middling, M.66d. Sales, 5,000 bales.
LIVE ST0CK MARKET
Beeves Ten Up, With Choice
Yearlings Higher; Big Ruri
of Hogs Goes for About
Ten Lower.
Omaha, June 6, HIT,
Cattle. Hogs. Shrep.
Ri'.tlita wcra:
Official M.m.Uv
, ,4M 6.170 .?;,
Ks(imm Tticmlay ..nan
Two dura thta week. .10,1,1
Samo riiya lust week. .14. OSS
Sumo t.ya 3 wka. aan.lMTl
Same duya 3 wka. a.o. 14.72a
Sumo ilava 4 nki. ago.10,'90
Sum. laya a.t y.ar. .. 11.134
10.600
17,670
16,366
ZM6
17.373
20,642
18,220
4.3n
in.sos
fi.379
.!4
11.174
a.tiafl
Rerrlpta and dlanealtlon of lire atoek at
the Union atoek yarda, Omaha, for twenty
four hour, ending at S p. m. yaatevday:
RECEIPTS CARLOAPS.
f.. M. A St. P.. 8 1..
IVananh 1 ..
MKsourl Pacific ,.13 a
I'nlon Parlflo .... 41 (0
C. N. w eaat.. i S 1
t". N. V., .ill., ! 30
O., St, P., M. ft O.. Jl
C, II 41 Q uat., S I 1
C, B. A Q., weal.. 43 U 7
C, R. I. A P., eaat 17
e. r. i. a p., o, t a
Illlnola Central .... 3 1
Chi. Ot. Weat 3
Totar'racalpta ....31T 1J7 17
DISPOSITION HEAD. ,
Cattla. Hob,.
Morrla A Co 001
i.iii
Swift A Co 1.07(1
I. no
I.0T1
1.703
1,074
107
Cudahy Packing Co, .1,101
Armour a co
J. w. Murphy
Morrell
Lincoln Packing Co.
a. O. Packing Co...
Cudahy, Danver ....
Wllaon
W. B. Vanaant Co...
r. B. Lewi. ,
J. B. Root A Co....,
L. F. Ilu.l
r. (1. Kallogg
Mlggln
Huffman
Rlth
Meyera ,
Baker. Jonea AS...
. .Ranner Broa
John Harvey
Dennla A Francla .
Pat O'Day
Other buy.ra
1,014 :.7
.... 1,0m
, .... 03
7
, 13
'lis
S3
4
34
41
I
7
, 110
.....
, 32
(S
41
170
33
13
3!
Totala 1 0,400 3.M7 0.710
Cattle Recelpta war. moderate thl.
morning, making tha total for tha two day.
10,100 h.ad. th. Ilghleet for a number of
w.eka back and .lightly amallar than a year
ago. Buyara wera out In the yarda In good
aeaaon In tha morning and everything de
elrahte In tha way? ot killer, waa dlapoaed
of at an early hour, boevee being quoted
atrong to lOo higher. The advance waa
moBt noticeable on good to choice year
ling,. Thar, waa nothing vary toppy In
Bight to teat out th. full strength of the
market, hut there were cattle good enoukh
to bring I1S.30. Stockera and feedera were
In light aupply and about ateady.
Quotatlona on cattle: Good to choice
beavea, 113.60018.36: fair to good bnevea,
lll.SO0J13.6O; common to fair beevea, 310.36
11.60; good to choice yearllnga, 113.004)
13.10: fair to good ycarllnge, Ill.OOijJlls.oO:
common to fair yearling,, 110.0010)11.00:
good to choice hnlfera, OlO.Oll.SO: good
to choice cowa, I0.76O10.76; fair to good
cowb, I. 76 3.75; common to fair cowb,
37.0008.75; prlmo feeding Bteera, 310.001
11.00; good to choice feedera, 39.26(9)10.00;
fair to good feedera, 38.60O3.25; common
to fair feedera, $7.0008.60; good to chotca
atockora, $0. 60010.60: atock hclfrra. 38.360
10.50: atock cowa, 37.00010.00: atock calvuB.
88. tOOU. 00; veal calvea, 810.00JH4.25; beet
bulla, atagB. etc., $0. 0010.76.
Ilepreaentatlv. aalea:
BEEF STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No.
A v. Pr.
008 11 00
908 11 05
3 840 88 70 36
008 11 60
18 808 11 76
4 050 11 85
63 1071 13 05
40 1223 12 20
13 1073 11 30
21 1006 13 00
21 1087 13 10
16 1118 13 36
88...
13...
28...
15...
17...
.1852 12 36
.1010 IS 66
.1208 13 05
.1248 13 80
40....
38....
10..,.
21....
.1283 13 60
. 994 13 00
.1312 12 75
.1286 13 85
1288 13 00
15..
313 18 30
STRER8 AND HEIFERS.
.10.15 10 2
840 10 75
700 11 85
682 11 26
687 11 40
4.
36.
... 716 11 60
880 11 60 18.
776 11 75 31.
723 11 85 41.
360 12 30 15.
HEIFBRS,
470 36 1.
838 10 35 1.
880 10 75 1.
.. 718 11 06
.. 000 11 80
.. 008 13 00
., 7(8 11 85
.. 020 7 80
,.1000 10 Oil
..1100 11 00
1 410 11 25
COWS.
1 850
1 800
3 465
1... 830
70
7 76
1.
780
1 00
8 00
6
.,..1125 9 00
35
4 002 76
1 1180 10 10
4 1125 10 25
1 1100 10 60
1 1000 10 00
4 800 10 20
4 1117 10 40
1...
.1030 10 76
, 8I 11 00
BULLS.
...1030 8 6) 1.
... 403 60 1.
...1800 10 00 1.
...1770 10 26 3.
...1088 11 60
CALVES.
,,, 340 8 26 2.
,., 820 11 00 1
... 220 18 00 3.
.... 010 26
....1010 I 76
....1850 10 15
.... 015 10 50
185 10 50
240 11 60
190 13 60
... 160 14 00
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
16 048 60
Hoga Fairly liberal auppllaa of hoga were
on hand again today, 148 cara. or about
10,000 head, being reported In. For tha
two daya th. aupply totala 17,570 head, be
ing more than 1,000 larger than a week ago,
but about 8,000 entailer than two weeka ago.
and a falling off of nearly 1,000 head aa
compared with tu. correapondlng day. laat
year.
eariy rounoa or tn. traae ware anaoiuteiy
dead. Shlppera war. doing nothing and
uackera early lOo lower blda failed to Inter-
eat ealeamen, aa Chicago waa coming nearly
ateady. In tha end, however, killer buyera
had pratty much tbalr own way. Shlppera
never did furnlah much competition and
aellera finally gav. In and caahed tha bulk
of their holdlnga at largely 10c lower
flgurea.
In tha middle of th. market ther. vara
one or two apota whan good hoga aold not
over 8o lower, but theae wera Juat flaahea,
and tor th. moat part It waa lOo lower
trade.
Bulk of th. offerings aold at 116150
15.50, th. latter price being th. day'a top.
Representative Bales:
No. Av. 8h. Pr. No. Av.
Sh. Pr.
40 15 lb
200 15 20
120 15 30
... It 40
69. .100 ... 16 00 88. .193
88. .186 160 15 16 00. .308
70. .320
78. .200
10. .267
16 38
IS 8t
70. .280
. .330
80 15 60
SHEEP.
The lamb trade was another very draggy
deal. Packara were out for fresh decline,
but sellers, who are fighting the break
harder each aucccedlng day, held out for
ateady for qulta a while, and although they
had to make small conceaalona In the end
the decline waa amaller than on moat re
cent daya.
A pretty good ehar. of tha offerlnga had
been aold, the more desirable end of them
at least at prices that ranged from around
lOo lower on beat klnda to aa much aa 260
lower on othere.
Quotatlona on ahoep and lamba: lamba,
nhorn, 313.26014.26: lamba. spring, 813. 00
18.30: spring lamba, culta, 30.00013.00;
lamba, feedera, 811.60014.00: yearlings,
ahorn, I13.00O13.76; wethers, ahorn, 810.00
010.76; ewea, ahorn, 30.00O10 00;
culla, shorn, 87.00O8.7.
ReTeaaentatlv. aalee:
635 f'd, ahorn. lamba 01
276 California gprtng lamba 66
10 cull lamba
awaa,
13 75
18 80
14 00
Kanaaa City Live Stock Market.
Kanaaa City. Jun. 5. Cattle Recelpta,
9,000 bead; market ateady; prima fed Bteera,
II2.E0OI3.40; dressed beef ateera, 110.00
12.25: weatern ateera, 80. 00013.50; cowa,
36.26011.00; helfera, 88.40O12.60; atockcra
and feeders, $7.8010.00: bulk ot aalea,
7. 00010.36; calves, $7.0012.50.
Hogs Raoetpts, 18,000 head; market
lower; bulk of aalea, $16.26016.80; heavy,
$16.76016.85; packara and butchers. 816.45
015.76; lights, $16.1016.65; pigs. $14.00
14.50.
Sheep and Lambs Recelpta. 6,7000 head;
markot lower; lamba, $18,000 '7.00: year
lings, 812. 00O14.10; wethers. $10.75(212.00;
ewes, $10.26011.26.
Chicago 14 v. Stock Market.
Chicago. Jun. S. Cattle Receipts, 8.000
head: markot, strong; native beef cattle,
30.10013.06; alockera and feeders, $7.85
10.60: cowa and helfera, $6.20jjill.70;
calves, 80. 6014.00.
HogB Recelpta, 18,000 hPatl; market
woak, 6010c below yeaterday'B average:
bulk of aalee. $15.4015.80; Mint, JH.SOtt
t6.70; mlied, $16.25016.90: heavy, $16.20
15.90; rough, $10.6itft, 1 4.80. '
8hep an! Lambs Recelyts. 0,"00 head;
market weak and 10035c lower; wethers.
tt.50Oll,16i .wee, $7.60010,50: lambs, $8.75
LUTHERAN MEETING
IS GREAT SUCCESS
Clergymen and Laymen Ex
press Satisfaction With
Celebration of Reforma
tion Anniversary Here.
Omaha's celf bration of the 400th an
niversary of the Protnant reforma
tion was a great success. At the dot
ing sessions of the three Hays' meet
ing the local clergymen and leading
laymen expressed great satisfaction
with it.
"The celebration has bound the
Lutherans of Omaha and vicinity to
gether more than ever, though they
have alwavs worked in unity of spirit,
said Rev. Dr. O. D. Baltzly.
The two big mass meetings in the
Auditorium were splendidly attended.
The big choir came in fir a large
share of commendation. Under direc
tion of John S. Hetgren and with sing
ers from all Lutheran choirs in the
city it proved itself one of the very
finest choirs ever heard in Omaha.
Rev, Prof. C. J. Sodergren of the
Augustana Theological seminary,
Rock Island, III., addressed the morn
ing session, Tuesday, in Iinmanuel
Lutheran church, on "The Christian
Luther and Lutheran Christian."
Commanding Leader.
"Luther," he said, "was a man of
the greatest brilliancy and of com.
manding leadership. At the age of 25
years he was already a professor and
with such success that student and
teachers came from all over the world
of his day to sit at hit feet. At the age
of 27 years he was elected by seven
monasteries to bring an embassy from
them to the pope at Rome.
"Even apart from the reformation,
Luther was the most masterful per
sonality of his age. Carlyle speaks of
him as 'unsubduahle granite, rising
high into the heavens.'
"His life is most admirablej Hi6
was the ideal Christian family life.
His work as a preacher nd pastor
was the marvel of his fellow-laborers.
When the cholera broke out Luther
stayed with the sick and ministered
to them. Oh, he was afraid. He
tells us he was afraid, 'but I held
Christ by the hand and was strength
ened,' he said."
On the second part of his sub
ject Prof. Sodergren said:
"A Lutheran doetn't need to be
told, 'You must lead a Christian life,'
any more than a living man needs
to be told 'You must breathe.' The
light within makes him live a Chris
tian life with joy and peace in the
i-ord and his taitli.
Rev. Dr. V. G. A. Tressler of Wit-
tenlterg Theological seminary, Spring
field, O., delivered an address on
"The Historical Interpretation of Dr.
Martin Luther."
Rev. C. N. Swihart, pastor of Grace
Lutheran church, presided. The
prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. Ring
er of Council Bluffs.
The closing session of the celebra
tion was held Tuesday afternoon in
Kountze Memorial church. Rev. Dr.
P. M. Lmdberg of Immantiel Deacon
ess' institute presiding. The princi
pal address was by Rev. Dr. Guttav
Andreen, president of Augustana col
lege and Theological seminary, Rock
Island, III., on Uur Heritage, lhe
choir of Kountze Memorial church
sang at this service.
Celebrations like the one in Oma
ha are being held alt over this coun
try this year and also in many for
eign countries. There are more than
75,000,000 Lutherans in the world.
London Btoek. apd Bonds.
London, Jun. 6. Thar, was Uttl. atten
tion In the American aactlon on th. atock
exchange loday.
Sliver Bar, 38Hd per ounce.
Money 304 per nent.
Discount Ratea Short bill., 4 11-1$ par
oent; three monthe bills, 44. per cent.
London New York
Btoek Price. Eaulvalant.
Consols for money.... 664
Atchison loo'l
Baltimore Ohio TIV,
Canadian Pacific 176ft
Chesapeake at Ohio..,. 4
St Paul 74 ,
10114
701,
160
0't
7!ti
Slit
101H
124
t
0B,
324,
63 ti
631,
2714
18414
127
Denver at Klo Grand. ,. 10
Erlo ., !t4
Orand Trunk.;.,., 9',
Illlnola Central 107
LoulBvllla A NaahvU!e...4..130e
Mlaaourl, Kanaaa A Texas., t.
New York Central..... $1
Ontario AV Weatern 33
Pennsylvania ..,. ttt.
Heading 17
Routhern Railway , 2t
Southern Pacific. t7
union racinc.l lai.
U. 8. Steel 134
Anaconda (tan aharaa) 14
St. LouIb LIto Stock Market.
St. Loula, Jun. t. Cattla Receipts, 1.800
head: market ateadyi natlv. beef ateera,
$7.50013.00; yearling ateera and helfera,
$8.60013.00; cowa $8.00011.00; .tockera
and feeders, $8.00010.00; prim, southern
beef Bteera, 88.00Oll.t0; beef cowa and helf
era. $4.3608.00; prim, yearling steers and
helfera, $7.50010.00; natlv. oalvw, $0,000
14.00. .
Hoga Raoalpts, 13.200 h.adi market
lower; light, $16.15011.76; plga, $10,000
14.60; mixed . and 'butchers, $16.35016.86;
good heavta. 116,80015.86; bulk 01 aalea,
$16.85016.8W
Sheep and Lamba Reoelpta, 1,900 hear!:
market steady; clipped lamba, $13,250
14.35: clipped, $7.00O10.2t: aprlng lamba,
$12.00 0 17.00; earners, $4. 1006.70.
Now York Produe. Market.
New York Jun. S. Butter Market
ateady; receipt., 10,375 tuba; creamery,
higher than extras. 414 0 42o; creamery ex
tras, (32 score), 41c; firsts, 33ttO0Vao;
seconds, 37 HO 38c.
Ugffs Market Irregular: receipts, 38.83$
caaee; fresh gathered extras, 36t.0 89c;
freah gathered, atoraga packed, firsts, 370
38c; freah gathered, flrata. 3flO'37toc.
i Cheeae Market firm; rec.tpta. 18.087
packagca; atat. fresh apeciala, 23HS0 24C;
do, average run, 33tf23c.
Toultry Alive, market unsettled; no
prices quoted; dresBcd, quiet; prices un
changed. Oil and Rosin.
Savannah, June 6. Turpentine Firm ;
3tHO80a.ee aalea, 656 bbta.; receipts, 076
chli.; shipments, 66 bole.: stock, 14,476
bbls.
Rosin Firm; aalea. 2,184 bbla. ; recelpta,
3.370 bbls.; ahtpmenla. 3,870 bbla.; atock,
04,881 bbls. Quote:. A. B. $6.6006.00; C, D,
$6.8005.05: E, $6 705f 6.80; F, $5.7006.85:
O, 36.73H05.96: H, $6.7595.95: I, ti.OittO
5.85; Kl 85. 85O6.80; M. $5. 9500.00; N, 86. It
06.20: WO, $6.2008 36: WW, $8.25O6.t0.
St. Joseph Mo Stock Market.
Bt. Joaeph. Juno t. Cattle Receipts.
1.800 head: market ateady to atrong; ateers,
I0.00O12.00; cowa and htlfers, $8.00012.35;
calves. $9.000 13.00.
Hogs Recelpta, t.800 head; market 8c
lower; top, $11.00; bulk of aalea, $11,100
16.70.
fheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,700 head:
market uneven und lower; lambs, $15,000
17.50; ones, $8.00011.10.
Chicago Produe. Market.
Chicago, Juno 6. Butter Unchanged.
Ksgs Lower: receipts, 26,860 caaea; firsts,
32'4038!4c: ordlnsry firsts, 30ttO31ttCi at
mark, cases Included, 82033c.
Potatoes Higher; new, receipts 40 care;
Texas, Louisiana and Alabama, $3.6008.60.
Old. rocelpts, 11 cara; 82.7603.00.
Poultry Alive, unaettled; fowla, 20O
2U,c.
Dry flood. Market.
New York, June 6. Dry Gooda houses
mndo reglfttratlon day a virtual half holi
day. Tha market waa quiet, but tta atrong
features continue. The government la in
tha market for a largo volumo of Stti-tncb
ti.i ounce khaki duck.
RAILROADS PLAN :
TO SAVE MILLIONS
Presidents Have Scheme by
Which They Hope to Keep
Up Efficiency of
the Lines. J ;
President EarKng of the Milwaukee ;2
railroad system, in a letter to officers -and
employes of the road, informs
them of a method that has been '"
agreed upon by the railroad presi
dents of the country, working in con-.
junction with the American Railway
association special committee on na-' "
t.on, detenJe by whkh jhe ,
cm be kept up t0 a ,,igh -without
impairing the efficiency and i
.t the same time reduce expenses mil- '
lions of dollars. ...
Mr. Earling recently attended a
meeting of practically all of the pros- '.
idents of the railroads of the United
States, and it was at that meeting that
the, action was taken., In his diag- "
nosis of the case, and as a member of
the committee, he asserts that the
war in Europe is largely responsible "
tor the great increase in traffic on the-,-American
railroads, adding that this -increase
has continued until officials
of the roads have come to the real-"
nation that they must act.
Fewer in the Shops. :
In pointing out what must be done
Mr. Earling asserts that, taking the.
country as a whole, IS per cent of the
locomotives art ordinarily in tlie:"
shops, undergoing repairs. He says :.i
the number can be reduced to 10 per "1
cent, which would mean an addition
of 3,325 locomotives to the service. -
On an average locomotives run sev-
enty-live milea per day. By quick
turning, double crewing or pooling,
imp'roving the condition of water and
less repairs the .mileage could be in--creased
to ninety, which would be '
equivalent to adding 13,300 machines.
By loading freight cars to capacity, '
ty employing more speed in unload--ing
at destination and increasing the '"'
average daily run from twenty-five to
thirty miles, what would be equivai "
lent to 515,000 cars would be added tp .;
the equipment. , .
Mr. Earling points out that hy co
operating of officers, employes and..
people along the lines this efficiency
in railroad operation can be brought
about.
PHOTOPLAYS.
TODAY A Vitagraph
Suoer-Feature
Earle
Williams
In m drama of a man's Mul rafcorB
fai tha fiarlaw ft ahattarad faith.
"The Soul Master"
! In addition ta tha only variaty pra
ram praam Ud ta Omaha at thia tima.
Last Tima Today
LIONEL BARRYMORE
' la -
"THE MILLIONAIRE'S
DOUBLE."
Thuri. VALESKA SURATT
ENID BENNETT
"HAPPINESS"
K.yaton "A Maid.n's Trust."
wmmm
"!,M7 1
Laat Tims Today
Violet Mersereau
la
The Great Problem
MUSE
LOUISE HUFF
JACK PICKFORD
in "FRECKLES"
"Th. NEGLECTED WIFE."
AMUKEHENTS.
BRANDEIS.. EST. ST-
Ratinel. D. Koven'a UD.L LI' Jn
Tuneful Llfbt Opar. KODHl HOOd
f;i EM,'.i.7"The Serenade"
SUNDAY. JUNE 10TH I TO i P. M.
By Arrant nent With tha "Strand
Wm. S. Hart 1"
Adm.. 10c Any Part of th. Hauae.
Only Vaudeville Show tn th. City
Featuring ,
ELSIE WILLIAMS and CO., in
the Et.m.l Queatlon
'!WHO WAS TO BLAME"
HARVEY TRIO
Orltlnatora .1 Basket Ball aa Bicycle.
BASEBALL
Omaha va. Dea Motnaa, Juna 4-8-C-7.
ROURKE PARK
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