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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. JUNE 14, 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
s.iith front an Jlarney street near 4 1st,
,t new 2-niory lrtmo and stucco house,
mst finished; dining room, living room,
kUch''n, combination bruakfabt room ami
pantry on 1st floor; 3 bedrooms, bath
;itid stooping porch (heated) on 2d floor;
oak floors throughout; oak finish down
julra rtml pine finish upstairs. Kino
plumbing and hen tin if plant; 2 blocks
from car line. Will decorate to suit pur-
h.ii-r ThlH is l'RK'KD RK.HT. Bl'ILT
KKIHT ANI Ll'CATKU RIGHT. This
lupc-ly lu a bargain. Beo tuo about It at
C. A. GRIM MEL,
'.19 Omnha Nat. Hk. Btilg. Doug. IfiU.
.lust Hated, a .room, strictly modern,
full 2-story house on the rrettlest Mile;
iak finish ainl oalt floors; built-in book
caaoi and fireplace; plate rails and panel
nails; corner lot; cast front; paved street.
On arcount of owner leaving city he has
ajrreeoV to stll this place at a sacrifice
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
537 OmahaNat. Bk. Dlilg. ' D. 17SI.
Dandy Modern Home
Price Only $2,850
Five rooms and bath, all on one floor,
oak finish, nico corner Jot, only one block
to car, 4301 Ohio. Give easy terms for
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
Jfl OmhaNat. Bank Blag. Tyler 186.
NEAR MILLER PARK
AND MINNE LUSA
Six rooms, practically new, oak finish
and oak floors throughout. Terms, or
might tako In payment lot ai part pay
ment. GLOVER & SPAIN,
Doug, 1698. 1 Clly Kal, Bk, Bldg,
Miller Park Bungalow
Price Only $3,300
Five rooms end bath, oak finish, strict
ly modern, all the built-in features, beau
tifully decorated, brand new and a big
snap for the price. 5S19 No. 28th Ave. 2
blocks to park, school and car.
OSBORNB REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
BIG SNAP FOR QUICK
Five rooms and bath, modern except
heat, nice east front lot, easy terms. See
It and make us an offer. 1814 No. 27th St
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bid. Tyler 496.
5-ItOOM cottage, all modern except hPat,
with south front lot 100x120 ft. and 2
bams. A bargain for someone. Price
$2,600. Web. 1497 after 6 p. m.
8 ROOMS, tile bath, hot water heat, garage
and screen porch; a den on 3d floor. 1920
Spencer. Call Web. 1395.
$10 PER MONTH.
Three large lots on the South 3 Id ear line.
Paving and water all paid for. Fries
14(0 each. Get a start for a home by
buying one of these lots.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-19 Keellne Bldg. I'hono Douglas 690,
Beautiful Modem Bungalow
Five rooms and bath, oak finish., alt
built-in features, full attic ajid basement,
brand new and right up-to-the-laat-mln-ute.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
ONE 6-room and one 4 -room cottage, both
od one lot: fino condition; live In one and
rent the other. Price for both, 12.750.
Vary easy terms. No. 2433 Houth 20tb St.
NORRI6 A NORRIS.
400 Bee Building Phone Doug las 4270.
Htucco construction, 6 large light rooms.
Oak floors, oak and soamel finish. Price
$3,300. Easy tsrnas. Another new build
ing for 13.060 Call Douglas 1722 days
Walnut 1680 evenings.
FULL lot on Georgia Ave east of Hana
eon. Park, 11,000.
F D W E A P. 510 S. lUth St. Pong. 1T1.
A" VERY neat little home on the South
Side. Price $600. Terms; $100 cash and
$10 per month. Tel. Doug. 2696.
STRICTLY modern bungalow. 6 rooms, rind
and Ames Av Wpbster 4228
MOVE IN TOMORROW
Crops Are All. Planted
AN ACRE AND
THE HOUSE YOU WANT
We are offerings these on payments of
$150 to $276 cash down. $15 to $27.30 per
month. Get out and enjoy the country;
and these crops will make you money In
addition to what you nee. Call Tyler 50
and ask for salesman to show you.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St,
THIS iS THE WAY TO
CUT THE COST OF
YOUR LIVING , ;
Go out and look at this brand new
$-rom bungalow with one or two acres;
one acre Is all planted to garden, well In.
Will build chicken coop at cost. Price
$2,750. Our regular terms are $276 down
and $26.60 per month. To a good re
sponsible party soma reduction may be
made In down payment. We will take
Liberty bonds at par on any property.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Hamey St. Fire Phcnee,' Ty. U.
as first payment oa tale asw stucco bun.
galow of 5 rooms and bath, strictly mod.
era. oak flnl&h. buffet and cupboards, full
basement, furnace, fine lot, 1 block to car
and school. Price 12,850; eaay terms.
RASP BROS. (Realtors),
Tyler Til. 210-1M4 Keellne Bldg.
J. B ROBINSON. Real Estate and Insur
ance, 442 Bee Bldg Douglas 90,7
WORLD REALTY CO S.ndm!"""
R S. TRUMBULL.
UN 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. ITS
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTKR looking at MlNNtt LUSA 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market aud tbey backed
their Judgment by buying lots.
19 TOU will come out today yon will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W MARTIN & CO.,
745 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg Tyler 167,
tOllSS, two street frontages; eaay
farms. Call Douglas 1064 or evenings
BEAUTIFUL so-rooi lota Prloe 1220, only
tl eaah end ts eenta per week Ooag 1991.
HAVE a bargain price on vacant lots oa
Cuming St. C A. Qrimmel. Doug. 1116.
REAL ESTATE InveitWnt
Sls.000 Income 12 per cent; one year
Id: very lne location; mortgage 935,000
and will accept $20,000 In trade: baj.
anoe oaeb or .ngctlabt. papers
CALKINS A CO..
Poaglas llll City N.t. Bank Bids
it E US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. V. TUKET A SON.
910 First National Bank Bldg. ,
REAL ESTATE B'nets Pr'pty
at A. WOLF. K.altor. Were BIS. IpMlallat
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
OWN THIS AND BE IND
PENDENT OP STRIKES
4-reom bungalow and )H acre In Ben
son Gardens. Clot to school and free
Jitney service. Ground lays nearly level
and la all planted to garden. Move tn
at once. Only $3,760. $200 cash, balance
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. rive Phones, Ty. 60.
Well located lots oa aaay terms. Mod
ern, attractlvt Dome. Before buying be
sura and see
GEORGE ft CO.
HOMES and home sites In Dundee,
S HULK R A CARY. 1M Keellne. P $07$
DUNDEB New east front, 6-room, built
in features, $3,600. Walnut 2146.
6-ACRB blk.. Fairacre and Brownell Ball
district. 8 nap. G J. Canaa.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING houses to rant or sell on small cash
payment ban parties waiting Western
Real Estate. 41S Karbach Blk D. 3607
LIST your 6 and ft room, bouses) with Ed
ward K Williams Cow 101 Omaha Nat
Bank Bldg D 420.
LIST your and -room houses with us,
WE 8ELL TirEM. OSBORNB RCA LTV
C - Tylr 0
TO RENT or nil bouses, Ust with ALLEN
j BARRETT. ! Bee. Dong 774.
REAL ESTATETo Exchange
H A VK, client with 140 acres good bind In
eastern Id oft tana. Clear, worth $6,000
three miles from good railroad 'own.
Want 6 to 2-roon. mod era Omaha resi
dence, valued $4,00$ to ICftOt Joseph
Pick. S31t Evans 8L Web 4864.
HAVE a fine 10 room, modern home, on
Emmet, just east of Florence Blvd. Will
exchange for West Nebraska or Colorado
land, $ 5,5flfl.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
929-3 0 City Nat Douglas 8&B2.
l" HAVE a $26,000 hardware, doing good
business, and $10,900 to money Want
western Iowa or eastern Nebraska farm
S. S. and R D Montgomery, 10s Omaha
National Bank Bldg.
A GOOD hotel with three lota; only hotel In
town; has 18 rooms, ateam heat and In
good shape. Price $6,000.00; will want a
little cash and western land, Q. A. Kull.
FOR TRADE 80 acres good farm land in
Sully county. South Dakota, for news
paper plant; value $4,000. Box 271, Bas-
$0 AN acre buys 130-acre farm, 15 miles
from Omaha. Inquire 432 RamgeBlk. Tel.
Doug 4212. Residence phone. Doug. 0776
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, and 6 per cent. Also first mort
gages en farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. II. Dumont & Co- 410-418 Keellne
Bldg.. 17th and Harney.
$1,800 MTOE.. bearing I pet, semi-annually
secured by property valued at $5,000.
TalmadKe-LoomlH Inv Co.. W. O. W. Bldg
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
Well secured, bearing 0 pet. tntarast
HARLEY J. HOOKER.
949 First Nat Bk. Bldg Tel. Tyler HSU.
& PER CENT to I per cent on best class
city residences In amounts) $2,000 up; also
' farm loans Reasonable com m Last on.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1821 Far nam St.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches, Wa also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co. Omaha.
H. W BINDER.
Money on band for mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg.
811 OPEN A CO.. PRIVATE MONET.
$10,000 6 PER CENT firat mortgage se
cured by farm worth $25,000, near Omaha.
E. H. Lougee. Inc., 638 Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMH3, j EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE R- E. CO.. 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM and city loans, 6,6V and 6 par cent
W. H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg Doug. 1648 .
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS
W T GRAHAM, $04 Bee Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F D. Wead.
weaa mag., tatp ana rarnam pis.
MONEY HARRISON A MORTON.
916 Omaha Nat'l Bank Utdg
CITY GARVIN BROS.,
O LOANS Om. Nat. Bk. flldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERO, 313 Bran
dels Theater Bldg D. 686
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unlisted stocka Investment
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW & CO,
960 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
V aw Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
IVcrr 906 a 17th St. ground floor.
Bonded by Msbs. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nehrnaka. 206 Brandela Theater
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay lnauranco com
panies. 610 Brandels Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
ENGLISH coach dog; light black spots; 3
months old. Webster 3401.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
IDAHO LANDS IN BOISE COUNTY.
FOR SALS WB HAVS A LARGE
LIST OF IRRIGATED AND NONIRRI
GATED LANDS IN GRAIN, ALFALFA
AND STOCK RANCHES. ALSO 10, 20
AND 40-ACRE PRUNE AND APPLE OR
CHARDS. WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
PRICES AND TERMS. ,
GEO. H. WETTER & CO.,
Improved Harrison county, Iowa, 1(0-acre
farm, for sale on eary terms. Price $140
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY,
680 Brandels Bldg.
GREAT BAROAlNS- down, $5 monthly,
buys 49 acres good trait and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Prtce only
$200. Address U 80S, Excelsior Springs.
We have a few 1916 Maxwells, just been completely
Dverhauled ; they run as good as new; self-starter, electric
lights, speedometer, demountable rims and one-man top.
, Also a brand new 6-cylinder Overland at a bargain,
and a 1917 Briscoe.
LOOK THEM OVER
These cars are going at the greatest bargain prices
aver heard of.
C. W; FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Salesroom, 2216-18 Farnam St.
Service Dept., 2212-14 Harney St
. , Phone Douglas 853.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
LAND In south or southeast part of Mon
tana; small or large tracts that will pro
due enormous crops In wheat, oats, bar
ley, eto. Part irritated, from $8 up an
acre. Closa to R. K. Some of this land
will raise SO bushels of wheat or too
bu. of oats or 4 to 6 tona of alfalfa to
th acre. Fine water, fine climate; sure
Increase In land; easy terms, low R. R.
fare. Send me your address and 1 will
mall you particulars. C. M. Rylander, 8b4
Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
160 ACRES, Improved, only 2 mllua from
Emerson, Neb.; overy aero good farm
land; there is about 12 acres pasture that
will feed two head per acre; about b
acres alfalfa and 20 acros clover, and a
dandy orchard and grove, at only $14f
per acre, on easy terms. G. A. Kull
SMALL Nebrattka farms on easy payments
6 acres up W farm the farm wo sell
you. Ths Hnngerford Potato Growers'
Association, 1Mb and Howard Sta.. Otna
FOR SALE Best large body litKh grade,
medium priced land tn Nebraska; very
little money requirea, u. mauiey. nor
l.-O-ACRE Improved farm i miles from
Benson. Well situated anu wnn gooa roaae
F. D. WRAP, 210 . into St. weaa mag
MY 960 acres ra.ige; water, bay plow land.
Box 1391 Alliance, Neb.
New York Lands.
FIRST CLASS DAIRY AND
305 aenJ, located m miles from a good
railroad town wuh gooa marKsiw, cream
ery and high -hool. Improvements. Iti
room dwelling, concrete basement, barn,
ml Ik house, leo house, separator hous
nnd other outbulldingH. Water in all these
buildings. Running water in pastures
Price, $fi,600; $1,500 down, balance terms.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
1016-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Uoug. 3496.
QOOD corn land. East Texas, 126 an acre
Get my fre book.
W 8 FRANK. 201 Neville Block. Omahn
Overlooking Beautiful Lake,
60-Acre Farm, $1,650. .
Pretty lawn, with maple shade, a few
fttep to lake; 60 apple trees, 400 cords
hnrdwood, 6-cow pasture, machine-worked
fields, fine 2-story, 8-room house, water
at sltiK, lb-It. piazza, gooa du-ii nam,
poultry house, blacksmith shop, garage,
carpenter shop and Ice house. Invalid
owner makes low price $1,GS0, part down.
A deMtfhtfui summer home or a money
maker for a farmer. For details see page
7, "Strout's Spring Catalogue," copy
rnalled free. E. A. Strout Farm Agency,
Dept. 2072. 206 8. 18th St., Omaha, Neb.
LAND FOR YOU!
STOP WORKING FOR THE OTHER
You can buy fine land In Michigan's
best counties at $16 to $26 an acre; $u to
$Zb down for 10 acres; $10 to $50 down for
20 acres: $26 to $100 down lor 40 acres,
etc. Balance small monthly or yearly
payments. General farming, stock, dairy
lng, vegetables, poultry, fruit Good
schools and towns. Big booklet free. Let
as give yoi free Information. Swlgart
Land Company, J. 1282 First National
Bank Bldg.. Chicago, III. r
100 ACRES flax, 80 In hay. 20 corn; half
' will be Included; als3 17 cows, team, all
machinery and Immediate possession t
you buy this wonderful 270-arre stock and
gram farm: t ne hi. modern ouiiuingB, i
mile town finest deep black soil; level
surface, with good drainage. Oet busy; a
snap at $100. Suitable terms. Baker, L-117,
St. Croix Falls. Wis.
160 ACHES, all good black loam soil and
clay subsoil, good buildings, near a town
of 10,000. Write us for price and further
particulars. Mid-West Laud Co., 1067
Omaha National Bank Bldg. u. lies
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Fred O. Lange to Mary Lange, Twenty-third
street, 198 feet south of
Clark street, west side, 66x128 $
Frank O. Heward and wife to Edward
J. Hheehan, Izard street, 64 feet
west of Forty-fifth street, north
Charles I). Blrkett and wife to Cn
mlllo Buszello, et al., north went
corner Seventeenth and Dorcas
streets. 4x8 1,103
Jacob Slosburg, Jr., and wife to Mary
E. Green, Twenty-sixth street, 8t
feet north of Ohio street, east side,
Conservative Savings &nd Loan 'asso
ciation to Elslnoro Place company.
Dodge street, 144 feet east of Forty-fourth
street, south side, 48x128.
Carl E. Boln to Luclent D, Powell,
( Thirtieth street, 60 feet north of
Webster street, went Ride, 60x100..
Charles W. Martin and wife to Harry
B. Salyards. et al.. Crown Point ave
nue, 66 feet went of Twenty-fourth
street, north side, 45x96
Mtnntt R. Swan to Mary A. Gentle
man. Harney street, 246 feet west
of Thirtv-third street north Bide.
Charles G. McDonald and wire to Mary
A. Gentleman, Harney street, 320
feet weet of Thirty-third street,
north side, 2x103 ...I
Margaret J. Willis, trustee, to John G.
Willis, southeast corner Twenty
fourth and Willis avenue, 46x125;
Twenty-second street, 176 feet north
of Grant ntreet, east ide. 40x140..
George C. Flack to Knud Nielsen,
northwest corner 'rweniy-eignm ana
Grand avenue, 47x120
D. V. Sholes company to Lewis C.
Sholes, Twenty-fifth street 80 feet
north of Maple street, west side,
40xlt0; Locust street, 80 feet went
of Twenty-second street, south side,
Charles W. Martin and wife to Al
bert Zlmrner. et at, Mary street, iu
feet west of Twenty-fourth street,
north side. 44x120 7,501
Charles W. Martin and wife to George
S. Snetl, et aL, Newport avenue, lL'o
fnet went of Twntv-fourth street.
south aide. 44x120 760
Elmer H. Fachard and wire to w. w.
wetzler, Sheefleld street, Florence,
319 feet west of Bluff street, south
Mary E. Farnsley and husband to
Joseph W. Bell, Tempieton street,
69 feet west of Twenty-fourth street,
south side. 60x132.
Paul W. Kuans and wife to Annie
Rupe, Forty-first street, 128 rent
south of Bedford avenue, west side,
J. W. Elwood and wife to William J.
Seliner, Wirt street, ZU7 ieot east
of Forty-fifth street, north side,
J. W. Elwood and wife to William J.
Seliner, southeast corner twenty
fourth and H streets, 120x160
Tempi McFayden to Lawrence M.
Koen. Burt street,' ziv reel easi oi
Forty-ninth street, south side, 40x
George C Flack to Bonn W. Way.
Saratoga atreet, ius reet west or
Twenty-seventh atreeL north side,
LIYE STOCK MARKET
Big Ran of Cattle Pounds the
Prices Down Ten Cents;
Hogs Move Up Ten
Omaha, Jun 13, 1917.
Receipts were: Cat t la. Hogs, Sheep.
Off lr! ft 1 Monday M7 4.90H 2,701
Official Tuemray , 6.9tf 7.30V 6,529
Estimate Wednesday.. $.000 $,600 1.260
Three days this week. .17.046 30,771 9,630
rfame days last week. .16,008 24,li. lt.3
Strma days S wka. ago.lMHS 34.16T $32
Sama days 3 wka, ago. 22.388 33,467 14.640
Same daya 4 wka. ago.:2,228 24.430 14.3&S
Sama days last year,, 12,231 31,9a 13,123
Cattle Receipts of cattle were large to
day, making the total for the three days
17,446 head, the largest sine two weeks
ago and over 6,000 head larger than a year
ago. The market ou beef steers waa slow
to as much as 10c lower. A few of the
best rattle commanded prices that looked
about steady. Good beeves sold up to $13.40.
Cows and heifers did not show muuh change,
being in the nisln steady, tttocksra and
feeders were very scare and there was
no material change In the market
Quotations on cattle: Good t choice
bMvea, $13 60(f 13.36; fair to goad beeves.
$11,164)12.40; common to fair beeves, $10.26
&11.70; good to choice yearlings. $r2.26i$
13,10; fair to good yearlings, $U.004tl3.26;
common to fair yearlings, $10.0,Otll.0O;
good to ebole heifers, $10.25 11.60; good
to choice cows, $9.76010.76; fair to good
cows. $8.76(0)9.7$; common to fair cows,
$.60CK.7&; prime feeding steers, $10.00(0
11.90; good to choice feeders, $9.2&4yi0.00:
fair to good feeders, $8.GU$9.26; common
to fatr feeders, $7.00iQi8.oO; good to choice
atockers. $9,60010.60; stock heifers, 8.26tf
10.60; stock cows, $7.00tia.QO stock calves,
$8.60911.09; veJ calves, $10.00 14.50; beef
bulls, stags, etc., t9.00ifU.00.
No. Av. Pr No. Av. Pr.
14 694 13 71, 14 729 $9 00
4 706 t $0 41 1034 It 36
20... 1161 11 40 12 1191. II 75
1 1082 11 fl! 21 1112 It 90
19 1190 It 9o 13 1001 12 00
22 1009 12 06 40 1026 13 10
2$ 117 12 10 3 141)6 12 26
16 107$ 13 30 13 llll IS 36
40 1187 12 40 39 1131 12 60
13 933 12 70 37 1478 12 80
2 1480 12 96 18 1247 18 00
46 1440 13 16 11 14(13 13 .'tl
21 14K4 13 26 2t US4 13 40
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
t 373 9 00 3 070 10 26
4 746 19 60 459 It 00
8 682 11 26 9... !H 11 30
$ 673 11 40 4 746 It itj)
S 11 60 2 81$ 11 On
23 8H9 11 76 23 88 It 96
10 830 12 00 42 9H4 12 20
19 1072 12 25 48 788 11T 30
18 872 13 36 20 1107 12 40
02 875 12 76 14 1094 12
21 1013 12 90 16 793 13 00
3 706 6 26 10 883 $ 60
1 805 0 fi 8 835 4
3 860 fi 75 3 788 7 60
1 960 7 80 2 876 T 5
ft 744 7 90 1 1060 8 00
1 9M0 $ 26 1 1030 8 71
3 UM 9 26 13 925 9 40
1 1110 9 60 3 1063 76
13 1040 9 86 ... 1085 9 90
T 11A6 10 (10 1 990 10 20
1065 10 26 8 1118 10 50
ft 1993 10 7! 6... 1382 11 00
l.C 788 7 76 96 8 60
2 1405 $ 63 1 680 GO
1 1010 10 00 3 1T88 10 50
1 12S0 10 66 1 2090 10 70
S 325 26 4 39B $ 50
1 290 12 00 2 180 12 60
1 200( 13 76 S 148 14 0
4 152 14 26 2 166 14 60
t 045 7 50 7 684 T 80
2 790 8 00 3 488 8 25
7 688 ft 16 6 833 ft 00
8 603 ft 25 3...;.... 406 1ft 00
3 723 10 10 20 662 10 SO
1 400 11 00 3 98U 11 50
Hogs Receipts, while tb largest of the
week to date, were no more than fair for
Wednesday, arrivals counting out about 120
cars, or 8,600 head. For the three days
supplies foot up 20,771 head, being more
than 3.9O0 smaller man eitner iae. weeu
or two weeks ago, and ever 10,000 short of
the corresponding days a year ago..
Values just about duplicated yesterday's
Upturn, the market, which waa more or1 less
unoven, being as a general tning arouno
lOo higher than yostarday's averages yuai
lty of the offerings continue to run very
rood, some traders consiaermg ion ay sup
ply, if anything, of slightly better quality
than yesterday s.
Heavy shipper buying again featured
the trade. Order buyers have had mors
latitude yesterday and today than for some
time, tns mg percentage or goou noga m
ths supplies making It possible for the-i to
fill heavy orders. Their purchases amount
ed to anyway a third of the supply today
and were made at prlues that were all of
loo higher, while tn spots they looked 16c
or more uo.
In fact, up until the close the market
was yesterday's right over again. Broad
shipping competition forced packer Into
the game In good season, and their hogs
showed nearly as much advane as ship
pers, being fully 6 10c, and tn most cases
10c, higher. A good share of the offerings
had changed hands long Before 10 o'clock.
No. Av. Sh. Ft. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
31 . .208 ... 14 90 80.. HI 40 14 95
93. .179 180 1$ 00 80. .198 80 1$ 03
74. .212 80 13 10 64. .231 160 1$ 1$
77. .239 120 1$ 20 65. .223 80 1$ 25
72. .209 120 16 30 66. .260 80 15 36
7A..209 ... IS 40 45. .365 ... 15 4I
SHEEP A famine sharpened packers' ap
petites for lambs this morning and the
trade was fairly active at prices that were
2S& jQo higher than yesterday. Ths few
cars that were offered had alt crossed th
by the middle of ths forenoon. Quality of
most of the offerings waa good.
The leads of California spring Iambs oF
very good quality sold at lll.oo, with a light
sort. The prloe la as hlifh as has been paid
in more than a week. Clipped lamba showed
the full strength of the advance, some
of $14.26 were a little grassy and not very
desirable. Better kinds reached $14.85
16.00, the latter price today's top, and the
best orlcs recorded here In nearly two
weeks. No natives of consequence wero on
Sheep were minus quality, so far this
week they have shown no tendency to make
much of an advance, and today wars not
nominally quoted more than strong. Feeders
also were lacking. Yesterday a two car
bunch of California springers went to a
feeder at $14.7$.
Supplies wars extremely light, though not
so small at s week ago today when owing
to the severs storm only one ear got in.
Today's arrivals were estimated at ?vo cars
or 1,350 head. The total for the first half
of the week of 9,530 head Is 2,000 smaller
than a week ago. and only a little mora
than half as large as a year ago, but heavier
tha.. two weeks ago, when receipts were
the smallest In two years, by a couple of
Quotations on sheen and lambs: Lambs.
shorn, $14.00f 11.00; spring lambs, $13 999
17.00: spring iambs, cutis, X9.euwi3.uu;
lambs, feeders. 811.00 14. TS: yearlings.
shorn, $11.60012.00; wether, shorn. $10.00
010.19: owes, shorn. is.ooDie.eo; ewes.
culls, shorn, $8.ft04Jr8.00.
o. Av. Pr.
264 fed shorn lambs $2 1$ 00
88 California feeder lambs..., 52 14 75
237 California spring lambs.... $8 1$ 36
143 native spring Iambs 83 1$ 60
20 cull Iambs 69 14 u
208 California spring lambs 8T 17 00
30 cull lambs TZ I 3
Nloax City Live Stock Market.
Skiux City. Ia., June 13. Cattle Receipts.
3,50ft head; market, killers steady: stock
era stronsr: beef steer. $10.90012.69: fat
cows and heifers, $$.$0411.26; eanners, $6.00
08.00; stockers and feeders, IT.26ttl0.Bo;
calves, $9.80013. 89; bulls, stags, etc.. $7.60
10.76; feeding cows ana neirers, i.to
Hogs Receipts, T.ftOO head; market 6 9
10a higher: light $14.86015.00; mixed,
$16.95016.39, heavy. $l$16fUJ0; pigs.
$12.ft0Ol$0A; bulk of sales, $H.O0t6.t.
Bheep and lamDS rHcipu. sow neaq;
New Tors, Jnne 13 Mlal Lead, firm;
spot $11.00 bid. Spelter, quiet; spot East
st. Louis a en very. ii.ai,i.. tapper, nrra;
electrolytic, soot and nearly, nominal, $$$. ft
034.eo bid: third Quarter ana later euv
erles, $2t.$0O33-0ft, Iron, firm and un
changed. Tin, steady; spot, $4ft.$ftO410ft,
At London topper, tpet use; xuiures.
(12ft 19a; electrolytic. 1143. Tin, spot, 996
os: futures. 13J. Xieaa, spot ten is;
future, lift 10s, Spelter, spot, 4U;
8s. Jeeepb Uve block Market.
fit. JosDh. No.. June 19. Cattle Re-
eepits, 1.900 head; market 19l$o higher;
steers. $.90ftlS.9$t cows and heifers, $4.00
012.6ft; calves, il.eoo li.T.
Hon Receipts, s.sue aeaai maraer tee
higher; top, lt.ll, balk ef sales, 111.009
Sheen and Lambs Receipts, BOO head: ,
market 1016c h tuner; lambs, $18.00016.76;
Heavy Demand For Corn, Al
though Sellers Hold Out
for Higher Prices on
Omaha, June IS, 1917.
The demand for corn was excellent again
today but trading was a trlflo slow during
the early hours of tho settshm because sellers
were holding out for butter prices.
There was very tittle change In the wheat
situation and w hi lit some of the traduce,
wen offering thetr stuff at somewhat lowir
prices the ilfiimnil was pmu and th buy-M-n
aruiwori Utile disposition to take any t ths
offerings even at n lower price. The oats
market eontlnud moderatnly active with
light arrivals and the dunmnd for this ctiri!
wun Mimlly sufficient to tako care of titv
off rln (in.
Ttw trad In rye wan very quint during
the early part of the sermUm, hut abort lj
bfur the cluNe thero were aonio salts mud
at 3 nd van tn.
Barl:y was about unchanged, but its thwr
were no recwlpta of this article tlio tntde
in this market Was exteremuly quint
Today's wheat rei eipta were 17 oars. Corn
receipts weru heavy with 104t cars reported,
and oats receipts continued light there bu
ing only ntuo samples of this, cereal on thu
At a late hour a ftiw sales of No. 3 hard
whuat at $2,87 and $2.h8 were reports!,
bur mi other sales of this cereal were nial
up to c losing lime.
The beur gradua of corn sold as high tut
11.0.7 W. but most of the sslea wero mud
at $t.i17 and ti few cars of No, 4 mix tnl
bniUKht 6ic nnd titJc.
Oats were practically unchanged, with tip
bulk of thd Maniples selling at 8e and a
fw of the f hoicer snmplea selling up to
4Se, while the No. 4 white brought 6ta
Clearances wr : Wheat and flour equal
to 619,oofl bushel; corn, 219,000 bushels;
oats, 600,000 bushels.
Primary wheat roeolpttt wore 443,000
bushels, and shipments Tfl.1,000 bushel,
against receipts of 74ti.eoo buxhel. and shlp
metits of 886,000 b upheld laM year.
Primary corn receipts were 882,000 bushel
and shipments 448.000 bushel, attainst re
ceipts of 34,000 bushels, aud shipments of
672,000 bushels last year,
Primary oats receipts wore 734,000 bushels
and shipments 88.1,000 bushels, agninnr. re
cidpts of 74:t,ooo bufchnla, and shipments of
1,083,000 bushels last yettr.
CAR LOT HUCErFTS.
Wheat. ('rn. Oats
Chicago 21 122 84
omaha 17 104 9
Kansas City 19 :i in
St. Louis 3$ 24 37
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. I hard winter: 1 car, $2.92.
No. 3 bard winter: 1 car, $2.88; t car, $2.87.
No. 4hard winter: 2 cars, $2.80; 1 car,
$2.78. Sample spring: 1 car (frosted).
RyeNo. 3: 1 car, $2.30.
Corn No. 2 white: 8 rare, . $J,"U: f
cars, $1.87. No. 2 yellow: 9 cars, $1.474;
:t cars, $1.87. No. yellow: 3 cars. $1.47.
No. 6 yellow: 1 car, $1.87. No, 3 mixed: 16
cars, $1.67. No. 3 mixed: 7 cars, $t.U7. No.
4 mixed: 2 cars, $1.67; 1 car. $1.88; 1 ear.
Oats Standard: 1 cur, fiBc. No. 3
white; 1 oar. 6Hc; 7 earn, 6(ic. No. 4
white: 1 car, 6&Vc; i earn. 86ic. Sample
white: 1 car. 46c. No. 3 mixed: 1 car. Hc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard,
$2.8803-89; No. $ hard. $2.85 02.H8 ; No. 4
hard. 92.76O2.80. Corn: No. 2 white, $1.7
Ol 67: No. 3 white. It. 4801-47; No. 4
white, $1.48tpl.68; No. 6 white, $l.6Vii
1.68; No. ft white, $1.6501. 46V No. 3 yel
low, $1.4701.47 "4; No, 3 yellow. $!.6m
1.47; No. 4 yellow, $1.861.8 W ; No. 6 yel
low, ftl.46tt01.88; No. 6 yellow, $1.6$0
t.65tt; No. 2 mixed, $1,6RH1.67; No. 3
mixed. $1.660L67; No. 4 mixed, $1.660
1.67: No. ft mixed, $t.6&0 1-64; No. 6 mixed,
$1,850L43. Oats: No. 2 white. HiVfcO
tt14o; atsndard. 4flVi068Hc; No. 8 white.,
86068; No. 4 white, &046e. Har
ley: Malting. $1.1501.32: No. 1 feed. $L13
OJ17. Rye: No, 2. $2.2903.31; No. 1.
Local range of opttons:
Art Poutn. f H.gh7 Low. I Close. I
2 30 I t 30 1230 3 30 1233
19$ j 2 0$ 205 2 05 20d
1 59 11 5t (1681 1 6844 168
1 47 1 48 147 1 48 147
1 10 1 II 19 1 U no
62 :1 62 42 I 82 0
61 511 51' 61
'riiiamwn Hoii inn- nrlces. furolabed The Bee
bp Logan A Bryan, stock and grain broker.
316 South Sixteenth street Omaha:
High. Low. I Close. To.
f 30 t I $2 230 1 81 23
2 07 2 08 206 I 07 M. 208
1 $7 1 $$ U 1 07 "T
1 4H 4 1 ftlfc 147 1 601144
1 12 1 14 110 1 18 113
63 644 2 2H
64 64 63 04 54
66 56 $5 &6 65
88 85 38 85 38 80 36 40 38 86
33 0 3$ 76 38 3$ 38 76 38 fte
1 68 21 6T 21 47 21 60 !t 46
31 82 31 $2 21 $7 21 77 21 $0
20 97 ft 0$ 29 82 3t 4)9 21 10
31 36 21 ti 21 12 21 22 21 25
CHlCAtiO GRAIN MARKET.
Optiseisile Wheat Crop Reports Continue to
fore Cereal Price Down.
Chicago, June 13. Optlmlstta forecasts re
lardlne- the yield this season la the Da
kotas, Minnesota and some other sections
tended to cau a decline tn wheat today.
Largely as a result the market, although
steady, at the close was e to 2c net
lower, with July at $2.31 and September at
$2 07. Corn finished a to 3e up, and
sals gained c to lo. Tlio outcome In
mcivUloriB wan a setback of 2c to 26c.
One of the leading authorities In the
wheat trade estimated the 1917 prediction
In North and South Dakota and Minnesota
at 140,000,000 bushels, as against 88,000,000
last year. There also wero continued fa
vorable reports from Canada, which were
partly ofrset, however, y assertions mat
three of the province would not harvest
within 1.000,000 acres or me total, au
vices from Missouri. Kansas and other win
ter wheat states pointed to a harvest above
the average on tha acreage which had not
Corn rallied sharply from an early selling
rush, which was due to expected wanner
weather. On the decline heavy buying was
said to have been done for seaboard account
Besides, many complaints were received
that excessive ratns of late had put the
crop In an unfavorable condition.
Firmness in the oats market developed
In the main from signs of a liberal export
demand. July delivery was in especially
Liquidating sales by holders weakened
provision. Host of the pressure van oa lard
Chicago Caoh Prices Wheat: No. 3 and
No. 8 red. nominal: No. 2 hard. $2.93; No.
3 hard, nominal. Corn: No. 2 yellow, $1.73
01-73, No. 3 yellow. $i.tsoi,T3; ko. 4
yellow, nominal. Oats: No. 2 white, $&
69c: vtandard, 88089c. Rye: Nominal.
Barley: $1.15iffl.46. Seeds: Timothy, $6.60
0390; clover, $13.00 0 17.00. Provisions:
Pork, $38.90; lard, I21.G0O21.C0 ; ribs, $2.7!
Butter Lower; creamsry, 330p87c.
Egg Easy: receipts, 80,847 cases: firsts.
19 031c; ordinary firsts, 29029 e, at
mark, case Included, 29031e.
Potatoes Unchanged; receipts, new, 46
cars: old. 1 car.
Poultry Alive lower; fowls, 21o; springs,
MinBea polls Grain suul Flour.
Mlnneanolis. June 13. Flour Fancy
oa tents and first clears advanced 75c, quoted
at $16.50 and $13.60, respectively; other
Wheat July. $1.66: September, $1.91:
cash. No. 1 hard. I3.3ft03.26; No. 1 north
ern, $3-1009.1$; No, 3 northern, $$.0O$18l
Corn .no, a etiew, ii.sj.8.
Oats N. S white, 66 4 Sc.
New York Dry Ueeds Market.
New Tork. June 13. Dry goods markets
were strong today. trlca en cotton showed
rising tendency, though many quotations
were nominal Knit goods men ar shewing
Interest tn spring of 1913. Burlap were
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THE SONG PAINTERS
On Board a Ship
A BEAUTIFUL STAR IN A GREAT PHOTOPLAY
"BLIND MAN'S LUCK"
A Fast Aatioa Photoplay ol Twentieth Cnturjr Smuggler, and th.
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B.lt.r Than "Kick-In" From thai Sam. Producers.
A DOUBLE SHOW FOR A SINGLE ADMISSION
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A SIDE-SPLITTING COMEDY
"The Elopement of Ellen"
Presented By it
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Undar Auapk. of
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Thursday, Jun 14th. Tickets, 25c and 35c.
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J with a cast of 600 actors.
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