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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1917)
1HK Hfcjfc: UMAMA. lUr-MJAI, 1, IDlf.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
NEW HOME AT A
E Z TERMS
.Mint romi'Mfd. brand new five-room
home, all on, one Joor. oak finish In par
lur and dining room; oak floors through
out corner lot, 60x130; located one block
vmt of Bcnf Institute, at 4301 Ohio St.
The price la only $3, 850 for quick aaU.
It will bent paying rent
OSUOKNE REALTY CO.,
T1 Omiinirt Nnt. Bk. Hid. Tyler 496.
NICE BUNGALOW AT A
OWNER LEAVING CITY
Viv rooms and bath, all on one floor;
ftno attic, iHrgt bast-men t everything
-um pl'tt; lotiilt d on cast front lot, within
mi ) t'liK-k of two car lincp, and the price
is only a.;uO. Kasy terms.
osiumxis realty co.,
T'H Omaha Nat. nk.Bld. Tylr 49fi.
" NEAR MILLER PARK
Dan rty new 6-room bungalow. Price
illy $:i,;i00 fnr beautifully decorated, right
up-to-the-minute bungalow; has fireplare,
hookeases. china cabinets and all the
liilf&t featufs; floor drain, etc.; lot 424x
J JO; located within two blocks of Miller
J'ark hi hool and car. This la positively
ihe biggest ftiuip in the city. For appoint
ment to see rnll
OKROKNE REALTY CO..
701 Omoha Nat. Bk. Bid. Tyler 498.
BUY THE BEST.
Five-room, oak finish, bungalow, on
South Side; bookqases, buffet, sun room,
oak finish; kitchen, with" all tho built-in
feature; full floored attic; dandy base
ment; all built by day labor; real brass
fixtures; Yalo & Towne bronse hardware;
duplex Brenlln shades; all brand new,
ready to move right In; nice lawn in clov
er. Glvo terms for quick sale.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-2 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
Just listed a S-room bungalow, just
north of Hansrom park; an elegant loca
tion; oak finish and oak floors; bullt-ln
features; paved street, paving paid. If
looking for a nifty little property close
in, don't fall to see thiai t
' PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
637 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 1781.
ONE 6-room and one 4 -room cottage, both
os one lot; fine condition; live tn one and
rent the other. Price for both, $2,759.
Very easy terms. No. 2433 South 20th St
NORKIb & NGRRIS.
40P Bee Building. Phone Douglas 4270.
Stucco construction, 6 large light rooms.
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
13.800. Easy terms. Another new build
ing tor 99.660 Call Douglas 1722 days
Walnut 1681) evenings.
FULL) lot on Georgia Ave., east of Hans
com Park, fl.ooo.
V D WE AD. MO 8. 18th St. Doug. 171.
A VERY neat little home on the South
Side. Price $600, Terms; $100 cash and
110 per month. Tel. Doug. 2596.
STRICTLY modern bungalow. 6 rooms. 22nd
and Ames Ave Webster 422.
i 1329 Ohio St., 6 rooms, partly modern;
bam; rented at $15; price for quick sale,
$900; balance 16 per month.
8521 LAFAYETTE AVE.
Neat B-room cottage, all modern; lot
62x140; on boulevard; price JJ.ijiiO; '$i00
These are actual bargains for quick sale.
Owner leaving the city.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Dope, 3, ' 919-50 Cliy Nat.
WORLD REALTY CO 1,"'"
J. 8. KOBINSON, Real Eatat. and Insur
ance. 443 Bp Bide Douglas
R. S. TRUMBULL. ,
1306 1st Nat Bk. Uldg. O 1734 .
REAL ESTATE B'nesa Pr'pty
U A. WOLF, Realtor, Ware Blk Specialist
In downtown business property
REAL ESTATE Investment
NEAR 21ST STREET
$25 a Front Foot Below Any
Other Price on This
16x157 feet, all special taxes paid. In
view of the loAv price, this property offers
the best possibilities from an Investment
standpoint of anything on1 Douglas street.
Remember, this Is only about one block
on tho same street from property now
held at over $1,600 per front foot.
245-7-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler GO.
176,000 Income 13 per cent; ona year
eld; very fin. looatlon; mortgage $15,000
and will accept sao.ooo In trad.; bal
aac oaah or uagotlabl. papera
CALKINS 4a CO.,
Douglas ISIS City Nat Bank Bid.
SUB US FUR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY 4 SON.
20 Flrat National Bank Bldr.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACKAGE Fine alte on B. M. R. 11.. size
95x166, can be bought cheap. C. A. Grlm
mel. Phone Doug. 1615,
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
238 ACRES SARPT COUNTY.
Nine miles, Omaha market. A No. 1
farm, 170 acres cultivation. Fine improve
ments. Not a trading proposition. One
and one-half miles from town. Will trade
for good, Omaha Income property. Ex
MILLER-WINSHIP INVESTMENT CO.,
132 N. Eleventh St' Lincoln, Neb.
WILL exchange a number of residence Income
properties, some new and others nearly
new; also rume vacant. Some are rlear of
incumbrance and some Incumbered about
40 per cent Wan clear land.
Sll New First National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 6886.
HAVE client with 240 acres good land Id
eastern Montana. Clear, worth 16,000:
three tolles from good railroad own.
Want S to 8-roorr. modern Omaba resi
dence, valued 1 4,0 1)0 to 16,000. Joseph
Pick, 2216 Evans 6t Web. 4866.
A GOOD hotel with three lots; only hotel tn
town; has 18 rooms, steam heat snd In
good shape. Price J8.000.00; will want a
little cash and western land. G. A. Kull.
1'OR TRADE Hotel, barn and five lots,
wish to trade for 80 acres, 160 acres of
western Nebraska land. Charles Oembler,
owner. Goehner, Neb.
1 OWN an unimproved section In Taklma
Valley, Washington; I wish to exchange
for Improved (and. Will trade all or part
Thos. H. Smith. Harlan, la.
J 50 AN acre buys 130-acre farm, IS miles
from Omaha, Inquire 432 Ramge Blk. Tel.
ItmiB 4ai2Rfsldpnre phone. Onus S778
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
60x186, Two street frontages; easy
terms. Call Douglas 1064 or evenings
AFT BR looking at MINNE LUSA 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on tin market and they backed
thpir Judgment by buying lots.
IF TOU will tome out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES VV MARTIN & CO..
748 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg Tyler 1S7.
BEAUTIFUL 60-root iota Price 8220. only
S3 cash anif 0 cents per week. Doug. 133,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
FUR HALE 6 improved ucrea, crop all In;
ready to make money; all kinds of fruit.
Bargain for eomt'one. Mrs. Pol las, 6930
McKlnky St. .Jtenson,
Well located lots on eaay terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Uofore buying be
sure and see
GEORGE & CO.
HOMES and bom. altra tn Dundea,
SHIII.ER CARY. 204 Ktellni. D J074
THIS IS THE TIME TO
SHOW YOUR THRIFT
Buy a Liberty bond thn turn It In as
first payment on an aero at $10 per
North Side Acres
South Side Arret.
offers you tho opportunity. You will
be a better citlten and you can raie
a crop next year.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
114 Harney St. Klv. l'Honoa Tyl.r !0.
REAL ESTATE Other Citie
BUY If.al Etats In
Tho New Steel City.
The city with a future.
Near the U. 8. Steel
Corp. 1:6,000, oo plant, which ! almost
Lota are NOW 25n.
Write now for Information.
Frank J. Glfford,
301-1 Commerce mils.,
St. l'aul, Minnesota.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED TO RENT Eighty or 160-acre
iarro in NeD. next year; grain rent; refer.
ences. miss aider, Shubert, Neb.
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cask
payments, have parties waiting Westers
Ken i rcstate. 413 Karbacb B k n. jfiOT
LIST your .6 and 6-room houses with Ed
ward P. Williams Co.. 101 Omaha Nat
LIST your 6 and tt-room houses with tie.
WO BELL THEM, OSBORNE PEALTV
CO., Tyler 486.
$1,300 J1TOE., bearing 0 pet. semi annually,
secured by property valued at $3,700. Tal-
mage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans. Mortgages,
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, Stt and 6 per cent Also first mort
gages cn farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. R, Pumont & Co., 416-418 Keeline
Ming., ntn ana Harney,
Well secured, bearing I pet Interest
HARLEY J. HOOKER.
4P First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Tyler t68.
PER CENT to 6 per cent on best class
city residences In amounts 12,000 up; also
iarra loans tieaaonaoie commission.
PETERS TRUST CO, 1823 Farnam St.
Ten shares of Ralston Realty Co at
one-half par' value. Address M. 8. Dean,
izo reopies uaa mag, Chicago, III.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
rancnes, ws also buy good farm mort
gages. Rloke Inv. Co. Omaha.
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
my iaiionai nann mag.
SHOPEN ft CO- PRIVATE MONET.
110.000 PER CENT first mortgage so-
curea Dy rarra worm szE,uun, near Omaha.
u. rt. LfOUgee, inc., 53 s Keellne Bldg
OMAHA HOM RS, EAST NUB. FAR M&
O'KEEPE R. E. CO.. 1018 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM and city loins. 6, 6 and 6 per cent
w, n inoma. ieenne mag, uoug l48
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOAN!
W. T. UK AH AM. 604 Bee Bldg,
S100 to 110.000 made promptlr F. D Weed.
weaa wag.. itn snd Farnam Sts
MONEY HARRISON ft MORTON.
916 Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg.
CITT OARVIN BROS..
nm Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOW, RATES C. O. CARLBERO. 112 Bran
qeia Tneater Bldg D 6H0
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and onllated atocka Investment
aecurltlee, Induatrlal atocka.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW & CO.
Rgo Omeha Waflonal Bank Bldg
Abstracts of Title.
KatT Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
jos 8. 17tn St. ground door.
Bonded by Masa. Bonding and Ina. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebrnnka. 06 Brandels Theater
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 610 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Nab.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
25,000-ACRtJ ranch, 75 per cent good farm
land, all good grass land; R. R. runs
through track. 126.000 worth of Improve
ments; fine for colonization; good terms.
Kit Carson Home Builders, Kit Carson,
480 ACRES eastern Colorado farm, 120 acres
broken, only 18 an acre. Terms.
8. H. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
627 City National Bark Bldg.
v A BARGAIN,
Improved Harrison county, Iowa, 140-acre
farm, for sale on eary terms. Pries $140
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY,
6R0 Brandels Bldg.
I have for sale 18,193 seres of Jand that
must be sold. I have arranged so I can
sell It In tracts of 160 acres or sa much
as wanted up to 641 acres to on party
by paying down 92.00 per acre, and bal
ance on crop payment plan.
The land lays from half mile to ten
mites from good railroad town; good
chance to get good land on easy terms.
Write me for particulars.
G. H. SULT,
GREAT BARGAINS 15 down; 15 monthly,
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Prlre only
$200. Address Box 808, Excelsior Springs,
STOPI Listen 40-acre Improved farm, 4660;
terms; ires lieu ucuratn Mountain View,
180 ACRE& Improved, only 2 miles from
Emerson, Neb.; every acre good farm
land; there Is about 13 acres pasture that
will feed two head per acre; about fi
' acres alfalfa and 20 acres clover, and a
dandy orchard and grove, at only lift
per acre, on easy terms. G. A. KulL
Oakland, Neb. ,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
l,2u ACRES, N. W. Loup Co.; 2 seta im
provoments. ltu a. reneen on each sec
Hon. $3.60 pur acre. $1,600 mtg. 8 pet
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
829-30 City Nat Doug. 8862,
SO ACRES Irrigated, fine, level, black land.
near Bridgeport Neb., vory cheap, terms
crop goes with land.
S. 8. ft R. B. MONTGOMERY,
637 City National Bunk Bldg.
SMALL NebruxHS farms on easy payments
acres up We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
Association, iMh and Howard sts.. put
na jinuffias ran
FOR HALE Host large body high grade,
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C Bradley, Wol
laUi-ACKU Improved farm $4 miles from
Hanson, wen situated ana witn good roads.
P. D. WE AD. $10 8. IMh St. Weed Bldg
GOOD corn land, East Texas, $26 an acre
uet my rres dook.
W 6 FRANK. 201 Neville Block, Omaha
Exceptional Investment opportunity.
Serves 10.000 Sheep, 1,600 head of rattle;
vory good picture, 1,600 acres under bay,
4.000 more can be put under water. All
fenced and cross-fenced. 3.000 acre gov t
land adjoining can bo leased cheaply.
Two entirely modern 21 -room and 6-
room houses, and .11 outbuildings and
very complete equipment to go with It.
umy i9,uu an acre, investigate.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
10tB-ie W. O W. Bldg. Doug. 34S6.
160 ACRES, all good black loam soil and
j lay subsoil, good buildings, near a town
of 10.000. Write us for price and further
particulars. Mid-West Land Co., 1067
umana national uantt Bldg, u. lies.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR SALE Beautiful small Shetland pony
t age s years, call Webster 1863.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
ENGLISH roach dog. light black spots, 3
months om. wcuster 3401.
REAL1 ESTATE TRANSFERS
E. C. Thompson et at to William B.
Drake, Nineteenth street, 120 ft
south of Sahler street, west side.
Charles W. Martin and wife to Wil
liam F. Rnesslg, Bauman street,
263. 6 feet West of Twenty-eighth
avenue, north side, 42xll!0
Dora Horn and husband tn K. F. Paw-V
son. Twentieth street 60 feet north
of Charles street, west side, 60t
E. F. Dawson and wife to Frank Ar
cher. Twentieth strpiM. 60 feet
north of Charles street, west side,
Karl a. Peterson anrt wife to O. J.
Putton, Arthur street. 181 feet went
of Fifty-fourth street, north ' side,
Charles vv. Martin and wife to Wil
liam K. Efner, Whitemore Btreet,
211.6 feet west of Twenty-eighth
avenue, north side, 42x114
Bridget Coady et al to George C
Flack. Brown street, 1 05. 6 feet
east of Thirtieth street, south side,
Lizzie A. Williams and husband to
Charles Fautleet. Thlrty-serond
street, 100 Peel south of Poppleton
avenue, west side, 5 Ox-40
George Oeschtter and wife toCharles
M. Bartos, Twenty-elght street,
169 feet south of Woolworth ave
nue, east side, 41x142
LUfi J. Buttln and husband to IiIr
Mathlus, Woolworth avenue, 105
feet east of Thirty-sixth street.
north side, 52x101 4.500
CHICAGO GRAIN" MARKET.
Prediction of Heavy Increase In Export
neat nenus rnces uwn Again.
Chicago, Juno 18. Wheat dropped de
cidedly in value toaay. Influenced to
conniderahle extent by otslmates that
North Amerira and Argentina would hav
a net Increase of 160,000.000 bushels In th
exportable surplus thla season an compared
wun last year, tho market closed heavy
1010Uc net lower, with July at 82.11U
and September at 81.65. Corn lost ltfflc
and oats, t?ic. Provisions finished ir
regular, 7 'rig" 20c off to 20c advance.
The fact that new wheat had reached
St. Louis and that harvesting was ex
pected to begin in Kansas within ten days
or a fortnight seemed to offset completely
a big falling off In the United States visi
ble supply total.
Drouth reports from Texas and else
where southwest together with persistent
buying of old crop deliveries for seaboard
account led to a transient bulge in the
com market. Favorable weather, however.
in me cnier producing res on led after-
ward to a reaction tn prices, especially for
the more distant futures. Oats were swayed
by tho action of corn. Much Interest was
taken, though. In the announcement that
for the first time this season the domestic
visible supply of oats had fallen below
the aggregate for the corresponding time
Bailing out hy recent purchasers of lard
ana rins Duraened lh pro visions market.
Pork rose in sympathy with higher quota
tions on hogs.
Wheat Nos. 3 and 8 red and 2 and I
Corn No. 2 yellow, $1.71 1.72; No. 8
yeuow, ii,tlfSl.iZi ISO. 4 yellow, S1.70'A
Oats No. 3 white, 68fl70c; standard,
" H IP IV K,
Barley $1.1001. 48.
Lard $21, 60r21. 80.
Butter Steady; creamery,
Eggs Steady: receipts. 20.769 cases
firsts, 299 30c; ordinary firsts, 27 28c; at
marx, cases mciuaea, as w due.
Potatoes Steady; new receipts, 80 ears;
Louisiana, Texas and Alabama, $J.253.60
old receipts, fi cars, $2.90 3.16. -Poultry
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3 and
No. a red and No. $ and No. I hard. nomJ
nal. Corn: No. 2 yellow, $1.71!. 72; No. a
yellow. 11.71 wi.72; No. 4 yellow, 81.70tt9
1.72. uats: no. a white. 8 14 at 70c: etand-
ara, os OT iuc. Ky: Nominal. Barley
f 1.1001.48. Seeds; Timothy. $4.007.75;
ciover, sia.wufnviY.uo. rrovisions : ForK,
$38.60; lard, $21.6021.60; ribs, $20.77
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kansas City. June 18. Cattle Receipts.
21,000,head; market lower; prime fed steers.
liz.DUigiili.&u; aresscn beef steers, $Kft0O
12.15; western steers, $8.0013.26: cows,
$4.600110.86; heifers, $B.60&13.00; stackers
and feeders, $7.6011.00; bulls, 7.00 9.26:
Hogs Recelots. 7.000 head: marknt
nigfter: bulk of sales. Slfi.16iiD15.8fi: heavy.
Siii.7ftVJD.uu; packers and butchers, $15.30
Vfio.su; lignis, m.7ij4()l6.4&; pigs, $13.i)0
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 7.600 head
market higher; lambs, $16.O017.60; year-
lings, fiu.vutBiz.un; wetners. 89.00 fi 11.00:
ewes, f b, to if lu.Yft.
St. Louis Live Stork Market.
St. Louis. June 18. Cattle Receints. S.Rftfl
head; market lower; native beef steers, $7.50
wn.ow; yearlings, $N.50S13.25; cows. $6.00
t 11.00; sloekfTH and feeders, $5.00i 10.00;
prime southern beef steers. 88.oo.wii kr-
beef cows and heifers, $4.26if 9.00; prime
yearlings, $7.5010.00; native calves, $6.00
Hog?i Receipts, 7.800 head: market hivb.
vr; nsnis, jD.iDift,s(; pigs, 9IU.O0ltJ14.25;
iiiiacu Hnu Duconers, i la.io iff I s.uo ; good
heavy, (l&.S&fcie.OO; bulk of sales, $15.15
Sheep and Lambs Herein ts. 2.100 hend-
market higher; clipped lambs. $12.00-S16.50:
clipped ewes, $t.00Q)10.OO: spring lambs,
t it.vvw canners, o.ou(f (t.oo.
St. Joseph Llrestock Market.
, iuT.-tHt, u uuo i. nogs neceipts
6.000; steady to 6c higher; top 116.86; bulk.
vyavic jvniiJio, J, audi VIOW IITtfpZDC
lower; steers, $9.00018.00; cows and heifers,
$6.0012.25; calves, $9.0014.0Q.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts 2,200; strong
to 10c higher; lambs, I13.0017.60; ewes,
Kansas City General Market.
Kansas City. June 18. Wheat No.
hard. $2.702.80: No. 2 red. 12.7fiii22.flfl-
July, $2.15; September, 11. 5.
Corn No. 2 mixed, tl.SStt 1.$$; No. 2
white, ll.SIU-91.9l; No. yellow, $l.9Va
July, 1.68; September, $1.48.
Oats No. 2 White, 72c; lo. 2 mixed, 673
nutter Creamery, Sfie: firsts 334e: sec
on flu, 32c; packing. 29c,
Eggs Firsts, 29c.
Poultry Roosters, 14c, hens, lfiie; broil
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Stro ? Demand for Good
Beeves and Less Desirable
Kinds Are Ten Cents Off;
Hogs Are Higher.
Omaha. June 18, HIT
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheen
Estimate Monday .... s.ODO Mot) 3,000
Same day 1at week.. 5,679 4,f 2.7M
Same day S weeks ago. M59 6.970 6.2(15
Same day S weeks lko. 6,690 4. 912 4.355
Same day 4 weoks ago. 7.690 8,011 4.19K
Same day last year... 9.909 8,465 10,003
Cattle Rect-lpts were liberal this morn
tng, being the largest for a Monday stitn
four weeks ago snd larger thttn a year
ago hy over 2.000 heait. The demand was
good and the bot gruues commanded fully
steady prices, as high as $18.35 being paid
for cattle weighing 1.293 pounds. The less
uesiranie Kinds or cattle were slow
weak to 10c lower In extreme esses.
Quotation on rattle: Good to choice
beeevs, li:.T6tols.56; fair to good lwev,
$12. 00912. 76: common to fair beeves, $10.25
12.00; good to choice yearlings, $11609
U.25; fair to good yearlings. $11. 76B 13.50
common to fair yearling. $10. on ft n, 76; good
to choice heifers, $10. 36f 11.50; good to
choice cows. 89.76O10.75; fair to good cows,
$8, 7569. 75; common to fair rows. $8.00tf
B.76; prime reeding steers, lio.ontf n.oi'
good to choice feeilers, $9.50010.00; fair to
good feed or. $8. 60tj 8.60; common to fAlr
reeners. it.ui'vk.do; good to choice stocKers,
$9.5OM10.6O; stock heifers, $8.S6Cfl060
stork cows, $7.00tf 10.00; stock rslves, $8.60
Wtl.uu; veal calves, $lQ.Q0f 14.50; bulls.
siags. etc., S7,vuirii.Qn.
Receipts and disposition of live- stork at
tne cnion mock yarns, omana, for twenty
tour hours ending at 8 o'clock yesterduy:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
c, m. & st, r 9 4
W ft ha is h 2
Missouri Pacific 6 1
Union rariflc 48 12
C. A N. W., east 1;
C. ft K. W.( west 44 36
V., St. P., M. ft O... 9 6
C, B. ft Q , east 9
0., M. ft Q., west 59 IS
C, It. I. ft P., east 20 1
C, R. I. ft P., west 8
Illinois Central 4 1
Chicago Gt. West 4 1
Total receipts 232 77
Csttle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris ft Co N. .... 72i
Swift ft Company. ...1,31
t'udahy Packing Co. .1.141
Armour ft Co 8H5
Schwarts ft Cow
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.. 64
S. Omaha Packing Co, 14
PiHlshy, Kansas City. 225
W. H. Vansant Co... 87
V. U. Lewis , 29
.1. B. Root A Co ISO
J. H. Bulla 46
Hone ns took Bros 94
Sullivan Bros .15
Banner Bros 37
John Harvey 142
Dennis A Francis. ... it.
Jensen ft Lungren..., 104
Pat O Day 2
Other Buyers 361
Totals 5,842 C
o.1 Av. Fr. No,
913 89 60 2
. 705 11 00
.1014 11 75
.1118 12 85
.1188 18 60
.1183 12 95
.1490 13 36
1 1038 11 60
9H0 12 20
1 878 12 40
' 1147 12 60
1676 13 10
Hogs The feeling was considerably bet
ter this morning than at any time during
the latter days of last week. Buyers were
all out In good season, a trading basis was
established early, and everything except s
toad or two of trash had been cleaned up
Derore 10 o"clock.
Shippers started the ball rolling by fill
ing their orders at prices that were fully
steady, to If anything stronger, and pack
ers who for the first time In several days
seemed tn really want hogs, soon followed
the shipper lead, their droves being bought
at generally stronger prices. In fact some
of the medium to common hogs looked It
anything higher, though Saturdays mar
ket was so even that It was Impossible to
make comparisons more than roughly,
Packers bought their hogs largely around
$15,O0i&15.15, with a few scattering loads
under the hill, and paid an extreme top
or 116. 00 on outstandingly goon neavies.
Shipper purchases hroiight the bulk of all
me sales up to ifc.u(i8:iii.;;i.
80 14 5ff
80 14 90
160 IS 00
200 16 10
120 15 20
40 16 30
... 16 46
No. Av. 8h. Pr.
90. .168 120 14 I
40 16 05
62..26K 200 15 15
SheepAn unexpectedly large run In Chi
cago this morning and the fact that an
easier trend to prices there was predicted
in early wires, failed to check the local
lamb advance. Supplies were very light to
begin with, and actual offerings were, still
light, four care, being consigned direct to
a packer. This left only eight loads on
sale and packers cleaned them up In good
season at prices that were anyway 25c.
higher, and looked as mucn as b"c up in
one or two Instances.
The story wss easily told. Five cars of
Callforniss were offered. Two of these.
the best, brought $17.76, with fifty out at
$16.00. Psckers took a two-load top out
of the three-load string at $17.26. Natives
were conspicuous by their absence. Three
cars of clipped lambs, none of which were
toppy, sold to iift.ftuvib.su, ana juaging
by the way these sold something real de
sirable Is safely quotable to $15.76, and a
real high dressing kind mignt neat tnat.
No old sheep were Included In the re
ceipts, and the trade on mature stock was
nominally quoted stronger.
Total offerings were only twelve cars, or
about 8,000 head, and, as noted, four Insds
of these were consigned direct to a packer,
cutting actual offerings to eight cars. To
day's run Is slightly larger than last Mon
day's, but Is only half as large as two weeks
ago, and Is less thap a third the etae of the
supply a year ago.
Quotations on sheen ana tamos: uamns.
shorn, $15.00016.76; spring lambs, $16,509
17.75; spring lambs, culls, $18.5041! 16.00;
lambs, feeders, I11.OO015.QO; yearlings.
shorn, $12.00018.60; westerns, shorn, $10.00
CPU. 50: ewes, snorn, iti.uuwiu.zo; ewes,
culls, shorn, $6.0008.00.
11 California yearlings 89
540 California spring lambs ,.63
60 cull spring lambs .69
182 California spring lambs ..80
St. Loots Live Stock Market.
St. Loula. June 18. Cattle Receipts, 9,500
head; market lower; native beef steers,
87.60 lie 13.50: yearling steers ana heifers,
60 W 13.23: cows, iB.uuraii.uu stackers
and feeders, $6,004? 10.00; prime southern
beef steers, $8. OOSivll. 85; beef lows and
heifers, $4.2S&9.00; primr yearling steers
and heiiers, $7.50010.001 native calves, $s.oo
J l.V li.
liogs Keceipts. l.uoo neaa marKet nign
-r: lights. $16.0)16.80: pigs, $lO.00ffl)I4.25
mixed and butchers, $14.60 & l.ou; good
heavy, $15.95016.00: bulk of sales. $15,450
Sheen and Lambs Recelots 2.000 head:
market higher; clipped lambs, 113.00 Id. 60
clipped ewes, $9.00010.00; spring lambs,
$i.ujy i'-ift, canners, $4.uuin)b.7D.
Chicago Llvo Stock Market.
Chicago, June 18. Cattle Receipts,
21.000 head: market unsettled; native beef
cattle, $8.86013,76; Blockers and feeders,
$7.2010.60; cows and heifers, $6.9011.76;
Hogs Receipts, 88.000 head: market
firm, 10c to 16n above Saturday's average;
bulk of ssles, $16.20015.95; light, $14.76
n.H&; mixed, 116.06 16.06; Heavy, Jl&. onsc
15.25; pigs, $10.60014.10.
Shoep and Lambs Receipts, la.nno head;
market steady; wethers, $8 80(11. 30; ewes,
$7.70010.30; lambs, $10.40016.00; springs,
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts are llchtor: market firmer on
the better grades of prairie hay; lower
grades are selling slowly. Choice upland
prairie, $22.00024.00; No. 1, $22.00&23.O0
NO. Z, lis.00020.00; No. 2, $9.00012.00; No.
1 midland, $21.00022.00; No. 2, $14.00$
18.00: No. 1 lowland. 812.001K14.00: No. 2.
$8.0010.00; No. 8, $6.0006.60. Choice al
falfa, $22.00022.00; No. 1, $21.00022.00;
standard, $19.00-920.00; No. t, $16.00017.00,
No. 2, $11.00 4f. 1 3 0a. Oat straw, $B.O08.C0:
wheat straw, $7.0007.60
Minneapolis Flour and Grain.
Minneapolis, June 18. Flour Fsncv pat
ents, 7fic lower, quoted at $14.75, Other
Wheat July, $2.33 September. $1.78.
Cash! No. 1 hard, $2.7802.82; No. 1 north
ern, iz.730Z.7S; No. 2 northern. 82,630
Corn No. S yellow, $1.21.84.
Out No. S white. 6606c.
Flaxseed $3.16 3.18.
Receipts of Corn Unusually
Heavyt but Excellent De
mand Cares for All
Omaha, June 18, 1917.
The cash demand for wheat was very dull
today, but the dumaml for corn was excel
lent, and while receipts of corn were ex
tremely heavy, the traders had little diffi
culty in disposing of their offering at prices
ruling from 1 to lc lower.
The wheat market was very weak, with
prices quoted from 9c to lOo under Satur
day's market, No, 2 hard selling around
$2. 80 r 3.83. while one car of No, 1 hard
brought $2.83. Mont of the corn offerings
were of a commercial Quality, and prac
tically all sales of this cereal were made at
$1.66H 01.66V but a few of the poorer sam
ples sold ns low as $1.64.
The demand for oats wss not overactive,
but as the receipts were rather light, the
traders were able to dispose of their offer
ings quite readily, but at somewhat lower
prices, the bulk of ths samples going at a
half cent decline, while the market gener
ally was quoted from c to lc lower.
Clearances were: Wheat snd flour equal
to 716.000 bushels; corn, 46,004 bushels;
oats, 266,000 hunhnls.
Primary wheat receipts were 696,000 bu.
and shipments 491,000 bu., agtilnit receipts
of 1,153,000 bu, and shipments of 697,000 bu,
Primary corn receipts were 1,310,000 bu.
snd shipments 620,000 bu., against receipts
of 721,000 bu, and shipments of 489,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 962,000 bu.
and shipments 825,000 bu., against receipts
of 869,000 bu, and shipments of 687,000 bu.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
"hleago 20 107 176
Omaha 26 29 28
Kansas City 77
St. Loula 90
These sates were reported today:
"Wheat No. I hard wlnttr: 1 car, 83.88.
No. 3 hard winter. 1 car, $2.8$; 1 car, $2.80.
No. t spring: 1 car, $2.60.
Corn No. 2 white: 13 earn, 11.88; T
cars. $1.65fc. No. 2 white: 3 cars, $1.65;
1 car, $1.65. No. 4 white: 1 car, $1.66 .
No. 2 yellow- 22 cars, $1.66: 14 cars.
I1.C6H. No. i yellow: 6 cars, $1.66: 6
cars. $1.65j- No. 4 yellow:, I car, $1.66. No.
2 mixed: 26 cars, $1.66; 26 2-6 cars,
$1,664. No. 8 mixed: 14 cars, $1.65; 21
cars, $1.66t. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, $1.65;
1 car, $1.66. No. 6 mtxnd! 1 car, $1.66v
No. 6 mixed: 1 car, $1.65U; 1 car, $1.4
Sample mixed- 1 car, $1.65.
Oats No. 2 white; cars, 9Hc Stand
ard: 8.6 car, 69c. No. S white: t cars. 69c;
1 car, 8c; 1 car, 684c No. 4 white:
6 cars, 68c; 1 car, Mc. Sample white;
1 car, 68 He; 2 cars, 68c.
Omaha Cash Frhves Wheat: No. 2 hard.
$2.8002.83; No. 8 hard. $2.7702 80; No. 4
hard, $2.6603.76. Corn: No. $ white, $1.654
01.66; No, 3 while, $1. 66V 0 1.66 ; N 4
white, tl,4fjll.6; No. 5 while, $1,614
01.65; No. 6 white. $1,641.84 4; No. 2
yello.7, $1.65401.66; No. 3 yellow, $1.65a
01.66; No. 4 yellow. $1.6501.65; No. 5
yellow, $1.64461. 86; No. 6 yellow, $1.64ft
1.544; No. 2 mixed. $1.66 4 0 1.6 N. 8
mixed, $16501.66; No. 4 mixed, $1.64
gpl.66; No. 6 mixed, $1,644 CP 1.66; No. fi
mixed, $1.6401.644- Oats: No. 2 white, no
0694r; standard, 68 068c; No. 3 while,
684ti9c; No. 4 white, 68 4 f 68 r. Barley;
Malting. $1.2001.35; No. 1 feed, $1.1701.31.
Rye: No. 2, $2.2r.03.28; No. 3, $2.1602.37.
Local range of options;
Open. High. I LowXciose. JSat'y
1 21 215
1 90 18$
1 69 157 4
1 47 145
1 03 4 106 4
60 4 60
S 15 221
1 8$ 192
1 89 1584
1 46 1474
1 06 4 U04
50 4 61 4
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Ilea
bv Losan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers.
315 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art. I Open. ( High. )Low. Close, j Bt
July S 1 I 20 2114 $ 1143214
Sep. 1 95 1 96 186 1 85 19&4
July 1 $54 1 6T 1644 1 661664
Sep. 1 474 1 494il4 1 4614B
Pec. 1 084 1 10 107 4 1 07 109
May 109 1114 108 1 08 111
July 644 '& 84! G
8ep, 63 544 52 624 63
Pec. 64 664 64 4 64 66
July SB 89 28 76 88 66 38 IB 28 40
Sep. $8 86 39 06 31 86 28 95 2$ $6
July 21 73 21 72 21 67 21 6T t fi
Sep. 21 $6 11 86 21 77 21 T7 11 86
July 21 10 21 10 21 02 21 OS 21 06
Sep. 21 87 21 87 21 27 21 26 21 27
New York. June IB. Cotton Futures
opened firm; July, 26.20c; October, 26.00c;
December, z&.zuc; January, ab.aoc. Aiarcn.
Cotton futures closed steady, July 26.76o;
October, 25.69c; December, 26.70c; January,
26.73c; March, 26.91c.
Spot steady; middling, 26.20c.
The cotton market closed steady at a
net advance of 64 to 98 points.
Llveroool. June 18. Cotton Spot, firm;
good middling, lB.26d; middling, IS.OOd; low
middling, I7.61d; sales, io.uoo bales.
NEW YORK STOCKS!
With Bank Reserves at Low
Level and High Interest
Asked Market Is
New York, June 18. With bank reserves
at the lowest level of the yesr end a con
current six per rent rail money rate, today's
stock market continued Its recent Irregular
to heavy rourae. Lowest prices were ea
ts It I lined In the last hour on reports that
the administration had forced a drastic cut
in prices of fabricated steel for government
The entire steel group and allied Indus
trials were under pressure almost from the
outset Vnlted States Steel mads mi ex
treme decline of 3 points, rinsing at
$1.25. Relhelhem stui-1 new shares re
corded a gross reversal of 7 4 and numerous
equipments were lower by 3 to 6 points.
Shlplngs sold off tn common with the
general list snd metals, oils, Central lee at hep
and sugars suffered Impairment of t to S
During the morning pool activity was con
servative in motors snd arfiltsted issues,
but all the advances In that quarter were
speedily wiped out.
Rails dragged' throughout the sesxton, ex
cept for temporsry advances in Dele ware
and Hudson and Norfolk snd Western.
Union Pacific, New York Central. LoubivlMe
A Nashville snd H the coalers yielded 1 to
34 points, with no appreciable rallies. To
tal sales 786,000 shares.
The Improvement reported In the Russian
situation Imparted some fairness to rubl-
and Russian bonds, but remittances to
Rome were Increasingly heavy.
Bonds were fractionally lower. Including
International which made up a large part
of the day's restricted operations. Total
sales par value, $1,675,000, United States
old Issues were unchanged. Full lots of the
liberty issue changed hands at par, some
odd lots advancing to 100 6-60,
Number of sales and range of prices of
Sales. High. Low. Close,
Am. Pest Sugar., , 11,100 96 94 95
American Cnn 2.400 49 48 48
Am. Cart Fdry.., 1.800 72 71 71
Am. Locomotive. .. 1,900 71 69 69
Am. Smelt. A Rfg. 6.100 107 1054 1"
Am. Sugar Rfg ... 6,200 131 1184 H"
Am. Tel. A Tel 131
Am. Z. Lead A R. 2.000 324 31 31
Anaconda Copper.. 16,100 84 81 88
VUchison 6oo 101 101 101
At. G. A W. I. S. S. 4,900 112 1094 108
ltiiltlmor A Ohio 1,600 73 724 "4
Butte A Rur. Cop. 7O0 4t 41 41
Cal Petroleum 1,000 21 20 20
Canadian Pariflo.. 300 160 . 1514 174
Central Leather. .. 18,600 9ft 4! 92
Chesapeake A Ohio 1.100 604 69 64
C, M. A St. P 400 T6 74 74
C. A N, W 400 1104 110 110
C. R. I. A P. ctfS 65
Chino Copper 6,900 67 66 86
Colo, fuel A Iron 1,600 66 50 60
Corn Prod. Rfg... 13,300 81 $0 S0
Crucible Steel 26.900 82 79 79
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 10,200 44 48 434
DIs. Securities 20
Krle 1.200 26 26 964
Gen. Klectrlc 700 168 lf.7 1574
General Motors 9.000 119 110 111
G. N.. pfd 700 108 107 107
O. N. Ore. ctfs.,.. 1.500 3.1 3.3 32
Illinois Central 13
Insplr. Copper.... 11, M(l 64 61 61
Int. M. M. pfd 17,300 84 91 81 4
Inter. Nickel 2,600 41 40 41
Inter. Paper 2,700 38 38 87
K. C. Southern 22
Kennecott Copper.. 6,100 4fl 44 44
Louts, ft Nnshvllle 300 135 124 123
Maxwell Motors. , 2,700 51 48 4 48
Mex. Petroleum.... 8,700 99 94 96
Miami Copper 1,000 41 404 40
Missouri Pacific, 6,200 30 29 284
Montana Power 96
Nevada Copper ... 1.500 24 34 23
N. Y. Central 1,900 92 tl 90
N. T , N. H. A H... 600 86 U 36
Norfolk A West.. 1,101 1264 125 1244
Northern Partfto 108
Paclfla Mall 300 17 24 26
Pacific Tel. Tel 200 26 24 26
Pennsylvania 900 63 63 6:i
Pittsburgh Coal... 13,100 57 5.1 53
Ray Con. Copper.. 3,000 29 28 38
Reading 71.000 97 96 95
Rep. Iron ft Steel. . 18.300 91 88 68
Shatlurk Arlr, Cop 400 37 26 26
Southern Pacific 93
Southern Railway.. 3.100 27 27 37
Studebaker Corp. ..19,800 94 81 82
TexHS Co 2.000 2)4 210 110
Union Pacific 2, GOO 137 1-16 136
V. S. Ind. Alcohol 17,300 168 lfll 161
U. H Steel 221,400 130 137 127
U. S. Steel pfd... 200 117 117 1174
Utah Copper 4,500 114 109i 109
Wabash pfd "B", , 1,200 16 24 34
Western Union...., 934
Westlnghouse Elec. 8,400 82 U 51
"All assessments paid.
New York Money Market.
New York, Juno 1. Prlmt Mercantile
Paper 6 per cent
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day hills,
$4.72; commercial six-day bills on banks,
84.71 ; commercial sixty-one day bills,
$4,714; demand, $4.76; cables. $4,76 7-16.
Silver Bar, 77c; Mexican dollars. 60C.
Bonds Government and railroad, steady
to eaay, N
Time Loans Easier; sixty and ninety
days, 6 per rent bid; six months, 60C4
Call money strong; high, I per cent; low,
6 per cent; ruling rate, 6 per cent; last
loan, 6 par cent; closing bid, 44 per cent,
offered at 6 per cent.
IT. 8. 2s reg.... 83 (nt. M. M. As.. 914
do coupon .. 954 K. C. S. ref. 6s.. 86
U. S. 3s reg.,.. 98 4 1 N- un 49 93
do coupon .. 984 tM K A T lit 4s 68
U. S. 4s reg... .104 Ho. Pacific g. 4s 60
do coupon ..104 Mont. Power 6s 9ft 4
Pan. 3s, coupon 87 4 N. Y. C, d. 6sl0fi
Am. F. Sec. 6s 94 Nn, Paclfio 4s.. 88
The railways are the arteries
of the nation's life."
EVERY busbess man, manufacturer, farmer, shipper,
investor, savings depositor, life insurance holder, is
directly concerned in railroad transportation.
The value and importance of the railroads to the entire
country in war or peace make their welfare at all times
a matter of the greatest consequence.
The questions of efficient regulation and fair compensa
tion are of paramount importance. The public interest
demands the maintenance of railroad credit in order to
insure service adequate to the needs of commerce and
A better understanding of these questions, and co-operation
among the many interests involved will help to
solve these problems.
We have prepared an analysis of the railroad situation,
outlining its problems and their possible solution, which
we shall be glad to send upon request.
Guaranty Trust Company of New York
Fifth Avenue Office Fifth Ave. & 43rd St
Capital and Surplus $40,000,000
98No. Pacific 3s .. 621
98 4 'Par. T. ft T. 5s 96
80 4 Pcnn. con. 4 sl 0!
90 do gen 44 Of'
85 Reading gen. 4s 914
99 4 8 L ft S F r 6b 6
84 So. Pacific s. 6s 99
89 do ref. 4s.... 86
96So. Ry. 6a .... 98
94T. A Pac. 1st.. 95
70 Union PaclflO 4s 92
79 do cv. 4s.... S84
58417. 8. Rubber 6s 87
96 V. 8. Steel bn. 104
61 Wabash 1st 100
B. A O. 4S
Hen. I.eath. fin. .
'en. Pacific wt
C. ft O. c. Ss
C B ft Q jt 4s
tO M 8 P g4s
C R I A P r 4s
CAS ref 4s
P. A R. G. r. Ss
lom. of Can. 5s
Erie gen. 4b..
Gen. Klec. 6s.. 1
West. I'n. 4s 92
Jt. No. 1st 4s
111. Cen. r. 4s..
44 "Bid. tOIfered.
New York General Market.
New York. June 18. Flour, weaker;
spring patents, $18.90014.15; winter pstents,
$18.00013.20; winter straights, $12,660
12.90; Kansas straights. $13.65014.15.
Cornmeal Quiet; fine white and yollow,
$3.75; coarse, 13.43; kltn dried, $8.70.
Corn Spot, eey; No. t yellow, $1,724,
0. I. t. New York.
Oats Spot, easy; standard, 74 0 74 4.
Feed Firm; western bran, 1 AO-pound
Hay yulet; No. 1. $116; No. 1, $1.10;
No. 3, $1.00; shipping, 90096c.
Hides ijtilet; Rogota, 434; Central
Amercta, 42 c.
Leather Firm; hemtock firsts, 67c; sec
Provisions Pork, slesdy: mess, f 41. B0;
family. $44.00: short clear, $42.00044.00.
Lard, weak ami lower, middle west, $20.80
0 20 90.
Tallow Qniet; city special, loose, 17fl.
Rice Steady; fancy head; $lc;
Butter Firm; receipts, 8,425 tubs; cream
ery, higher thnii extras. 38 039c; cream
ery extras (92 score), 28r; firsts, 360
374c; seconds, t350364c
Kggs-rFlrm; receipts. 16.788 cases; fresh
gathered extras, 3Sff344c; fresh gathered
storage packed firsts, 314i'334i fresh
gathered firsts, 30031c.
Chef so Weak: receipts, 2,116 boxes:
state, fresh snerials, 22 0 28c; state, av
erntre run, 22&224c.
Poultry Live, unsettled; no prices
quoted. Dressed, firm: chickens, 21029c;
fowls, 194&2&4R; turkeys, 18035c.
New York, June 18. Coffee futures wers
quiet again today with fluctuations nar
row and Irregular. The market opened at
a decline of 8 points tn an advance of 3
points. After selling at 8.08a early, De
cember eased off to 8.06c and the general
list closed net 1 point higher to 3 points
lower. Sales, 12.570 bags; June 7.87c; July.
7.9tc; August 7.93c; September, 7.96c; Oc
tober, 7,99c; November, 8.02c; December,
8.06c; January, 8. lie February, $.15cr,
March, 8.20c; April, 9.25c: Mas'. 8.30c, Spot,
quiet; Rio 7s, 10c: Santos 4s, 10c Offer
ings were reported mora plentiful In ths
cost and freight market with prices a
shade lower, but still too high compared,
with spots to attract buyers. Sales of San
tos 4s for July shipment were reported at
9.76c, tandon credits, and offers of Rio
7s, new crop, were said to be tn the market
at 8.8008.85c, London credits. The official
rabies reported a decline of 75 rels st Rio;
Santos spots were unchanged and futures
76 rels lower to 35 rels higher.
New York, June 18. Metals Lead, qute.:
spot, $11.87 4 013.124- Spelter, dull; spot.
East St. Louis delivery. $9.12 4 69174-Copper,
firm; electrolytic, spot and nearby,
$33.00034.00; third quarter and later deliv
ery, $29.60032.00. Iron, firm; No. 1 north
ern, $47.00048.00; No. 2. $46.76047.76; No.
1 southern, $46.00047.00; No. 2, H6.60O
46.60. Tin, firm; spot, $61.76 bid. '
At. London Copper: Spqt, flSO; futures,
C129 10s; electrolytic, C142. Tin: Spot, 341;
futures, 1239. hmt: Spot. 30 10s; futures,
39 10s. Spelter: Spot, 6ii futures, 60,
Oil and Rosin, i
Ravannah, .lime 18. Turpentine Steady,
33 039e. Rules. 287 bbls.; receipts, 385
bbls.; shipments, 46 bbls.; stock, 18,016 bbls.
Rosin Firm; sales, 983 bbls.; receipts,
1.019 bbls.; shipments, 908 bbls.; stock, 83,
781 bbls. Quote: B, $6.3606.40 D, $5,600
6.65; E, I6.80i5.66; r, G, $6.8006.86; H,
$8.834 06.81; I, $6.85: K, $6.0006.10; M.
16. 1506-20; N, $6.4006-80; WO, $6.6&
6.70; WW, lfl.C5O9.80.
Kvs pore ted Apples and Pried Fruit.
New York, June 18. Evaporated Apples
Dull; fancy, 120134c; choice, 11 4 C
1 1 r ; prime, 11c.
Dried Fruits Prunes. Anil: CallfornlsB.
1l(Fl24c Oregon. ll0124c. Apri
cots, quiet; fancy, 33028c. Peaches, steady;
standard, 10c; choice, 11c; fancy, 144c
Raisins, quiet; loose mustatels, 709c;
choice to fancy seeded, 869c; seedless.
10o; London layers, $1.80.
New York Dry -Goods Market.
New York, June 18.-Dry Goods Cotton
goods prices advanced stilt higher totlay.
Raw silk was higher. Dress goods were
In light demand, but very high.
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