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THIS KKIS: UJ1AHA, WtUMESUAX. JULY 4. 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
AN ATTRACTIVE HOME
BUILT TO LIVE IN. NOT TO
. BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED
IN THE VERY BEST RESI
i, DENCE DISTRICT.
tale U on of the best built borne In
Dm ha Stona foundation and basement,
olid brick above; elate root. The coa!
bin and fruit cellar of tile. Practically
o coat for painting or repairing.
Library with built-in bookcases, solid
Cherry; halls and staircase of oak; dining
room Is paneled in Venetian oak. All
floors are hardwood. Large double storm
windowed and screened sun porch, con
nected with both the library and dining
room by French doors. The walls of the
first floor and upper hall are covered with
hand-decorated burlap, except the music
room; three bath rooms. Largs closets
with outside windows, wardrobes and
chest of drawers. There is a laundry
fruit collar, furnace room and space which
can b finished for a billiard room In tbo
basement, which is cemented throughout.
Largs soft water cistern, gas, cot water
heater for summer use.
So well built that 15 ton of coal will
heat It throughout and with solid brick
walls, it Is wonderfully cool In summer.
At the vary crest of the hill, there la
always a breeie there If anywhere. It la
convenient to the car Una and In the
choicest residence section of Omaha. Ths
price 1 vary reasonable and terms will be
mad to suit the buyer's convsulense.
Owner leaving the city.
Addres Box S6S7. Bee.
WEST FARNAM HOME.
This house wa built for a home and is
n a dandy east front lot, near Turner
park, new Yates school -:)d car line. It
is on on of the best and prettiest streets
in this district. House"" is completely
modern, ha a large living room, dining
room, music room, kitchen and maid's
room on the first floor; four bedrooms
and a library or den on the second floor.
Possession can be given within a reason
able time. Will be glad to have you see
this house at any time. Address la 113
Ko. Sid Ave. See It today.
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY,
508 Be Bldg.
IF YOU COULD SEE
This beautiful bungalow you would
want to own It, just completed, 5 large
room and bath on 1st floor, 2 large
rooms unfinished on 2d floor. It is built
of the best of materials and by day labor,
oak finish In S rooms with oak floors
throughout, even in kitchen, has a num
ber of special features. The outside ar
chitecture 1 beautiful. Strictly modern In
every way, full basement, furnace beat,
lot 46x125 ft, street paved, car line goes
by the door, close to new school, located
at 2911 N. 45th St. This bungalow Is a
bargain at 14,000. If sold at once, $3,600
will buy It. Easy terms can be arranged.
Be sure and soe this beautiful home before
RASP BROS. (Realtors),
310-314 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
.WEST FARNAM HOME
t rooms, brand new and all modern, oaV
finish downstairs, whit enamel kltcben.
4 bedroom, all In whit anamel; good at
tie; room all decorated; corner lot, south
front. Price only 15,750. 11,000 cash,
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Dong. l7. tit 8. 17th.
WE have some excellent bargain In some
splendid West Farnam homes. F. P.
Wead. 810 So. 18th St, Wead Bldg.
i NEW BUNGALOW
27th and Grand Avenue
We have Just completed 5 new and
attractive bungalows at 27th and Grand
Ave. Strictly modern, oak finish, nicely
decorated. Price ranging from $3,450 to
$3,760; 1-10 cash and balance like rent.
This 1 your opportunity to secure a? new
borne on exceptionally easy terms.
Tyler 0. 245 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Seven-room bouse, all modern, full sized
lot on corner, street paved. This prop
erty Is on Burdett , easy walk to 20th
or 24th car. Will give some on a bar
gain. Owner left City
308 Farnam Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL WAVERLY PARK
Dandy new 6 -room bungalow, rooms all
en first floor, oak finish In living rooms,
nicely decorated, full cement basement,
east front lot located high and sightly on
North 47th Ave. near Bedford, Jut on
block west Of boulevard; price 13,800, 8300
down, balance terms.
C. G. CARLBERG, Realtor.
110-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Near Uni. of Omaha
. Price Only $3,650
Dandy six-room strictly modern, full 2-
?tory home; splendid lot and shade. This
s a bargain and will not last long at the
OSBORNE REALTV CO.
701 Omaha Natl. Bank T.lilg. Tyler 48.
iWhyNot Buy the Best?
When buying for a permanent home It
pays to buy the best; It Is cheaper In
the end. We have a dandy bungalow
finished In oak; oak floors throughout,
with sun room and French doors; buffet,
bookcases, cabinets In the kitchen; all
built by day labor; heaviest of materials;
real bronze hardware; brass fixtures: fin
est of shades; full basement 28x38 feet;
John Hussle "Fo" furnace; full floored
ttlc, 5 windows. Price only 14,000,
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
01-1 Omaha Na'l Bank Bldf. Tyler 490.
New Seven-Room House
Just North of Field Club
OwVER LEAVINO CITY.
Price 14 000: terms; east front; nice oak
finish; best hot water heat; strictly mod
ern; 4 large room first floor; t bed
room and bath on 2d. Don't overlook
this. Call Tyler 496.
OSBORNE, 701 Omaha Nat Bk. B'ldg.
iNS 6-room and o.ie 4-roow cottage both
en on lot: fin oot.dltlon; live n oni and
rent the other. Price for both, 12.750
Very easy term. No. 2431 Sootb JOtb St
NORRIfc A NORRIS.
400 Bee Building Phone Douglas 4270.
Stucco construction, i large light rooms
Oak doors, oak and anamel finish. Price
8.80(1. Easy term Anot-er new tulld
tng for 11.(60 Call Douglas 1722 dav
Wainu' 1S8B evenings
l-R. MOD. home. Birch and maple finish
with steam heat terms 8300 cash, balance
123 per mo.
T. D. Wead. 110 So. 18th St., Wead Bldg
tTRIi'TI.Y modern bungalow. ' room, tlnd
and A me Av
$150 CASH .
$30 PER MONTH
Now, 6 rooms, strictly modern; oak fin
ish and enameled bath and bedrooms. Ev
erything about this house Is very at true
tlv and the very best; near school, car
line, park; paved street. Let us show It
to you. Call Douglas 2628, or Walnut 782.
t LARGE ROOMS, BUNOALOW. CHOICE.
OAK FINISH; 1500 DOWN, EASY
TERMS. SEE THIS.
Splendidly built; must see to appreci
ate; all built-in feature. It you want
a real bom at a genuine bargain call
49SBORNB K. CO.. 701 Omaha Nat Bk.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
A TRACT of ground laying ideal for poultry
raising: 2(0 ft. frontage; price 8810; ISO
cash. 812.60 monthly. Call D. Ids.
Templeton-Olsoo Co., Be Bldg. Tyler 1020.
General real estate. Insurance. Rental
I B KuBl.NSON Real Kui and Incur
rc 44! Bee Bid Onucts 'Ml
R a TRUMBULL.
1S01 1st Nat Bk. Bide D. 1T24
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNS LL'SA 100 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will com out today you will
understand why the other are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
743 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
DANDY LO l .
80x123. two trt fronts ges; y
terms. Call Douglas 1004 r va!ng
BEAUTIFUL 60-roin iota Prlo 1224. only
HAVE a bargain price on lot In Minus Lusa.
. i - T 1 I Jl I
REAL ESTATE Investment
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKKT A SON,
820 First National Flank Bldg.
MOST MODERN NEW BRICK FLAT
Ideal location; walking distance; large
lawn. Douglas C891 o- Harney 1803.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WILL exchange a number of residence in
come properties, some new and others
nearly new; also some vacant. Soma are
clear of Incumbrance and some Incumbered
about 40 per cent Want clear land.
118 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone Pougla 6S86,
9-ROOM mod. home, on Georgia Ave., (29th
St.); will exchange 83,000 equity for
INTERSTATE REALTT CO..
829-80 City National. Douglas 8863.
A GOOD hotel with three lots; only hotel In
town; has IS rooms, steam heat and In
good shape. Price 16,000.00; will want a
little cash and western land. O. A. Hull.
650 AN acre buys 130-acre farm, 15 mile
from Omaha. Inquire 422 Ramg Bile Tel.
Doug 4213. Residence phone. Doug. 6T76
REAL ESTATE B'ness Prpty
a A. WOLF, Realtor. War Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACKAGE; fine site on B. M. R. R. ; size
115x166. can be bought cheap. C. A. Orim
mel. Phone Douglas 1618.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
THIS GARDEN IS ALL
GROWING ON AN
In Beneon Gardens. Wa have a t-room
brand new bungalow on an acre of ground.
'This acre Is all planted to peas, beans,
cabbage, potatoes, tomatoes and othet
crops. Our terms are 1275 down and
226.60 per month. Get out on this ground
and have a self-supporting home.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Bt. Phone Tyler 60.
Owner Has Left the City and
Has Instructed Us to Sell
Se we offer his beautiful 'stucco home In
DUNDEE, having reception hall with coat
closet, Immense livlnc room across the
front with open fireplace and bookcases,
nice sized dining room wtth French win
dows, good kltchln with special built-in
features, pantry. Ice bog and vestibule.
Upstair there are three good sized bed
rooms, bath and delightful sun parlor, all
finished in white enamel. Also large
floored attic and full cement basement
with laundry conveniences.
Stability and charm are expressed fn
this modern type of HOME, situated on
high and lightly lot 60x135 feet, com
manding a magnificent view of the aris
tocratic Happy Hollow lub circle, golf
links and the hills of Falraores. The
owner ia anxious to do business. We are
Anxious to do business. Let us show you
this delightful homo and you will be
anxious to do business.
PAYNE & SLATER CO., Realtors.
616 Omaha Nat. Bldg. Phone Doug. 1016,
DUNDEE SPECIAL, $5,400
Near 52d Street '
7 rooms, modern, GARAGE AND DRIVE
WAY. Large living room with beam cell
tng, fireplace and built-in book cases.
Dining room and kitchen finished tn mis
sion oak. 4 good bedrooms on 2d floor;
attic on 3d floor. Full basement, sta
tionary tubs and extra toilet. High and
sightly south front- lot. Nonresident
owner lay sell.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
819-20 City National.
Well located lota on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive home Before buying be
sure and see
GEORGE & CO
HOMOS and borne site in Dundee.
SHULKR rARY. 204 Keellne. D 1074
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING bouses to rent or sell on small cash
payments; have parties waiting. Western
Real Estate. 413 Karbach Blk. D. 3607.
LIST your 5 and 6 -room houses with Ed
ward F Williams Co.. 801 Omaha Nat.
Bank Bldg D. 420.
LIST your 6 and 6-room houses with us.
WE SELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY
Co.. Tyler 496.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
THE best security for your money Is a good
6 or 6 per cent farm mortgage: fourteen
years' experience making real estate loans;
no losses. Whit & Hoover. Omaha Nat'l
Well secured .bearing pet Interest
HARLEY J. HOOK1R,
940 Ftrft Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Tyler 2668
5 PEK CKNT to 6 per cent on best class
city residences In amount 12,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1822 Farnam Bt
Ten share of Ralston Realty Co. at
one-half par value. Address M. 8. Dean.
1826 Peoples Gas Bldg.. Chicago. III.
87, 600 MTUE., bearing 6Vi pet semi-annual
Talmage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg
MONEV to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loan.
City National Bank Bldg.
SIX per cent first mortgages secured by
Omaha real estate. E. H. Lougee, Inc.,
638 Keellne Bldg.
SHOPEN & CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
FARM and city loans, t. 6 and ( per cent.
W. H. Thomas. Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1648.
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFK R. E. CO., 101 Omaha Nat'l.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM. 604 Bee Bldg.
1100 to 110.000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam 8ts.
5CL MONEY HARRISON & MORTON.
JO (16 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Cm. Nat Bk. Bldg.
LOW RATES C O. CARLBERQ, 111 Brao
del Theater Bldg. D. Ilk
Stock and Bonds.
LISTED and unllsttd stock. Investment
securities, industrial stocks.
ROBERT C DRUESEDOW & CO.,
860 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
present prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 610 Brandels Bldg.. Omaha. Neb
Abstracts of Title.
Varv Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
IVC1I jus s. 17th St. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract ofr
ftce In Nebraska. 306 Brandels Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
4s0 ACRES eastern Colorado farm, 120 acres
broken, only IS an acre. Terms.
S. S. 4 U. B. MONTGOMERY,
627 City National Bank Bldg.
In the Swlgart tract, Michigan, you can
get good land tor general farming, stork,
dairying, -poultry, fruit vegetables, at 116
to 136 per acre. Term 66 to 1100 down
and 14 to 115 monthly on 10, 30, 40 and
80 acre tract. Good towns, schools, mar
kets, roads, excellent transportation.
Write today for big fre booklet Swl
gart Land Co., J-1253 First National Bank
Bldg., Chicago, III.
FOR SALE 308 acre Irrigated farm near
Missoula, Montana; exclusive water right;
nearly all tillable; good house and barn;
Implements, live stock and growing crop
go with place; 113,000, half cash, balance
6 years 6 per cent. For particulars write
M. L. Holland. 104 'West Granite Bt,
i Nebraska Lands.
li: ) ACRE ranch, located nine mile south
west of Chadron in the beautiful Bordeaux
Creek Valley. 200 acres tillable, 126 acres
In cultivation, all of which would make
the very beat of alfalfa land. The place
Is well Improved to the amount of not
less than 14,000.00, consisting of a new
six room modern house, good barn, sheds
and out-bulldinga, and 400 acres fenced
hog tight Croek runs through the pmce
for a mile, whclh. together with several
springs, furnishes an abundance of stock
wter. Plenty of timber. Thla Is stock
ranch that cannot be beaten, ail the
price 1 absolutely right. Price 130.00
"LORE INVESTMENT CO.
846 Omaha National Bank Building.
160 ACRES, Improved, only 1 mile from
Emerson, Neb.: every acre good farm
land; there Is about 11 acre pastur that
will feed two head per acre; about I
acres alfalfa and 20 acre clover, and a
dandy orchard and grove, at only 2148
per acre, on easy terms. O. a, KulL
, Oeklsnd. Neb.
80 ACRES Irrigated, fine, level, black land,
near Bridgeport Neb., very cheap, terms;
crop goes wtth land.
S. 8. A R. E. MONTGOMERY,
627 City National Bank Bldg.
TEN sections of land In Keith county for
sale at 120 to 130 per acre; soma extra
choice farm land. Good location for col
ony. The Welpton Investment Co., Ogal
SMALL Nebrusxa farm on easy payments
6 acres up We farm th farm w aell
yon. Th Hungerford Potato Grower'
Association. 18th and Howard Sta., Oioa
ha Pougla 0171
120-ACRK Improved farm 1 miles from
Benson. Well ittoated and with good roads
F D WRAP. 210 S 1MB St Wead Bldg
South Dakota Lands.
820 ACRES of good black loam soil and clay
subsoil; good buildings: nesr town of 10
040, South Dakota. Write jjjs for price
nd father particular. M7-Wet Land
Co., 1067 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1166
GOOD corn land. East Texas, 126 an acre
Got my fre j book.
W H FRANK. M Neville Block. Omahn
i60 ACRES of first-class land, well im-
proved, 60 acres in alfalfa, 80 a res under
plow. Bur crops, 175 per acre, excep
tionally easy terms; 2 years without In
terest on deferred payment; discount for
BIG FOUR REALTY CO.,
1015-16 W. p. W. Bldg. Doug. i486.
Horses- Live Stock Vehicles
IN ORDER to increase the milk supply of
Omaha, the Milk Improvement Dept.,
the Alamlto Dairy Co. will offer 40 head
of HohUetn and Jersey cows, all tubercu
losis tested at public auction at Papllllon,
Saturday, July 7, at 1 p. m. Anyone hav
ing feed for few more cow should buy
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Isaao Noyea and wife to James E.
Niche!, Forty-second treet, 100 feet
south of Marlnda atreet, cast aide,
60x126 1 1
Edwin Hall to William H. Hancock
and wife, Capitol avenue, 60 feet
West of Forty-eighth atreet, north
side, 100x136 0,600
Harlen G. Brown and wife to William
Zelsler, Twentieth street 65 feet
north of H street, east side, 80x
Paul W. Kuhns end wife to H. E.
Brumback, Forty-first atreet, 130
feet north of Spencer street east
side, 80x134 780
John Petersen and wife to Harry M.
Christie, Sixteenth atreet, 40 feet
north of Frederick street, west sle,
John Peter Berger and wife et al
to Charles F. Schrempp, Poppleton
avenue, 168 feet east of Fifty-third
street, north side, 63x128 1
Charlotta F. Wortman to Mary Weeks,
southeast corner Fifth and Piece
streets. 86x163 1,600
Amanda A. Plllsbury and husband to
Maud Fleharty, Chicago street, 200
feet east of Forty-third ' street,
north side, 60x120 2,800
William C. Norrls to Ida WHklns. Wal
nut street, 116 feet east of Thirty-
fifth street, south side, 60x121 1
Edward Gllon Gurtis and wife to John
R. Webster company, Eleventh
street, 478 feet south of Clark street,
west side. 6669 1,000
Chalmers S. Turner to Klenor Turner,
Thirty-third stret, 160 feet south
of Jackson street, east side, 40x
Agatha H. Homan and husband to
Helene Kroencrt Forty-eighth
street, 88 feet south ot Douglas
street, east side, 40x87 4,600
George J. Morris and wife to William .
C. Samplo et al, southeaat corner
Eighteenth and Burt streets, 99x132 1
J. L. Lundberg and wife to Mrs. Mary
Pnell Watts. H street, 60 feet east
of Twenty-fifth street, south side,
Minnie M. Burns and husband to Al
fred S. Mattson, California street,
150 feet east of Fifty-second
street, south side, 60x1.16 1
Malk Adlls and wife to Mary Grant,
Twenty-first street. 132 feet north
ot Clark street, west side, 20x140.. 1.000
David S. Rowland and wfe to Mads
Rasmussen, northeast corner ISx
teenth and Lothrop streets, 62.8x124 7,000
Mayme Erk and husband to Minnie
N. Burns, Burt si reel, 150 feet
east of Fifty-second street, eouth
side, &0xl35 6,500
Cora Donahue and husband to Grace
F. Tutllts, D street, 66 feet west
of Twenty-second street, north side,
Cora Donahue and husband to Ida
Marcy, northwest corner Twenty-soc-ond
and D streets, 30x65 1
John T. Bohan and wife to Carl M.
Buck, Twenty-seventh street, 147
feet south of Jayne street, east
side, 49x124 1
Walter P. Conklin and wife to Madge
Rockwell, Capitol avenue, 200 feet
east of Forty.-flrst street, south side,
Kloox City live HtoiW Market.
Sioux City, la., July 1. Cattle Receipts,
600 head; market strong; beef steers, 19.00
&12.264 fat cows and heifers, 17.6011.00;
ranners, $5.50 7.G0: stoeker and feeders,
17.00SI00; calves, 11.00011.(0; bulla, stags,
etc., J4. 60O10.00; feeding cow and heifer,
Hogs Receipts, 1.000 head; market
steady, 1020o higher; light, 115.00tM5.25;
mixed, 115.10916.40; rough, 114.10016.00;
godo heavy, 115.16 15.45; plg, 112.50
12.25; bulk of sales. 11 5.16 15J30.
Sheet) and Iambs Receipts, 100 head;
Chicago I'rovlolon Market.
Chicago, July 3. Butter Firm; cream
ery, 22 26 He
Eggs Lower: receipt. 24,161 cases; firsts,
SlttllHe; ordinary tints, ltH02lHo; at
toark, cases Included, 27llHc.
Potatoe -Receipt, 41 ear; unchanged
Poultry Alive firm; fowl. It Ho.
SISTER OF VICTIM
Miss Minnie .Moore of Omaha
Thinks Wilkerson's Plan Will
Help in the Villisca Ax
"Detective NVilkerson is a well in
formed man," said Miss Minnie Moore
of Omaha, sister of Joe Moore, vic
tim of the Villisca ax murder.
Shf was discussing the detective's
J. N. WILKERSON.
plan to hire the Boyd theater and
run a special train to Omaha from
Iowa July 7 to afford Iowa citizens
an opportunity to hear him talk on
the evidence in the murder case.
"Yes, lir. Wilkerson is a smart
man, an4t certainly has a large fol
lowing oi, Jnfluential people in Mont
gomery iounty,' Miss Moore con
tinued. He has a following of the
best persons in the county and those
who are financially able to back him
for whatever sum he may need to
prosecute the case.
"You'll see what he has to say
when he comes. You may then judge
for yourself whether he knows what
he is talking about.
"Will I hear him? No, I'm sorry
to say it is to be on a Saturday, and
that is my busy day, so it will be im
possible for me to get away. I
should like very much to hear him."
Wilkerson Hearing July 9.
Dcs Moines, July 3. (Special.)
J. N. Wilkerson, detective, arrested
Saturday on a conspiracy charge, will
be given a preliminary hearing at
Corning July 9. Wilkerson was ar
raigned at Corning Saturday and was
released on bonds. The attorney gen
eral's office will be represented at the
hearing. Wilkerson is charged with
conspiring with B. (Brick) Boiler,
William (Squint) Walker and Henry
(Red) Nave of Atlantic to break and
enter the store of . t, Jones at Vil
lisca. Wilkerson is said to have
wanted to secure papers in the Jones
vault to use as evidence in the prose
cution of the Villisca ax murder in
Funeral of Harry Ingalls
To Be Wednesday Morning
Funeral services for Harry Ingalls,
veteran printer, who died Sunday
evening, will be held Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock from his late
home, 1147 Park avenue.
Mr. Ingalls was years old and
had been a resident of Omaha for
more than twenty-five years. Previ
ous to his illness several years ago, he
had been employed by the World
Herald.' He is survived by a wife and
Burial will be at Forest Lawn ceme
tery. Lawn Social at Sacred
Heart Church Next Week
An old fashioned lawn social will be
held Tuesday evening, July 10, at
Sacred Heart Catholic church, Twenty-second
and Binney streets, for the
benefit of the parochial school of that
Archbishop Harty and Mayor Dahl
man will speak. Miss Geraldine
O'Malley and Will Doran will sing.
The Armour glee club and a chil
dren's chorus will be heard. The Irish
Steps Dancing club will offer jig, reel
and hornpipe numbers.
Red Cross Activities
Move Work Kooms The Red Cross
work room will be moved the end
ol the week from the third floor of
the Balrd build
lner to four large
rnnrriK nil thft mpz-
w n "v zanlne floor
which will be the
The war relief
where the surgical
dressings work is
donf, will remain on the third floor.
Miss Abbie Rose will continue to act
as purchasing agent until the work Is
enlarged, when a special office will
be created by President Gould Dletz.
'syrlnnn Donate Three Syrians took
$199.50 into the headquartera Monday
afternoon, which represented a col
lection plven Saturday from fifty-seven
persons In amounts of $1, )2 and $3.
Father Abboud, 1457 South Four
teenth street, who was in charge of
the work, Is paBtor of the St. Savior
Each man who contributed to the
gift will receive an official receipt
from headquarters as soon as the vol
ume of work In Treasurer A. L.
Reed's office diminiaheH.
Judhon In Chit-ago .State Director
Frank Judson, who left Monday night
for Chicago, in attending a conference
of state directors of the Central divi
sion under John J. O'Connor. Repre
sentatives from Illinois, Indiana, Ken
tucky. -Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri and Ne
braska will be present to discuss In
novations In Red Crosa work.
Mrs. Z. T. hlndsey, who went to
Chicago Sunday night to study the
best method for the women's work In
the state, will return tonight
Gage County Head Were Mrs. Rob
ert Kilpatrlck, chairman of the Gage
County , Red Cross chapter, was in
Omaha today, the guest of Mrs. C. T.
Kountza. She spent ths day visiting
the Rf d Cross work rooms and classes.
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LIVE STOCK MARKET
Light Run of Cattle Sells Ten
to Fifteen Lower Than the
Close of Last Week;
Omaha. July ;', I17.
Peceliita werei Cattle. Horn. Sheen.
Official Monday 5.47S 6,103 2.1t
Kill mate Tuesday .... 1.400 11.000 4,000
Two day this week.. 7. ITS 11.101 $.160
8am day last week. 12,44 20,115 1,23
Same day 1 wk. ago. 11, tit 14,2(1 T.021
Same day t wka ago. 11,141 12.171 1.210
Sam day 4 was. ago. 10,721 K.0II 11.231
Sam day last year.. 1,501 1,241 M3
Receipt and disposition of live stock at
the I'nton stock yards. Omaha, for twenty,
four hours ending at t o'clock yesterday;
Cattle Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
c, m. & 51 r
1 10 .. .,
11 1 ' ..
14 16 1 1
1 It 1
10 41 8 1
11 1 ..
15 It 1 ..
t IK 4 ..
t a tl
! ' 114 1 1
Missouri Par If to
Union Paclflo ....
C. 4 N. W east..
C. A N. W.. west -
C, 8t P.. M. A O..
C, H. La P., east. .
Illinois Central.... '
Chicago Ot West
Cattle. Hogs, flheep.
Morrt A CO 271 1,513
Swift and company .. 122 1.413
Cudahy Packing Co.. 421 1.744
Armour A Co . 714
Scbwart A Co ....
J. W. Murphy
S. O. Packing Co.... 14
Swift A Co
Cudahy Packing Co... UO
Henton. Vasant A Lh II
Stephens Bros........ lit
F. B. Lewis 71
J. B. Root A Co 17
Rosenstock Bros St
Mo, & Kan. Calf Co... 20
Koth . . ,
Jensen A Lungren..
Other buyers 2S1
Totals 2,724 11,771
Cattle Receipts of cattle were light for a
Tuesday, soms 2,400 head being reported
In at noon. This make th two days'
supply about 1,000 short of last Monday and
Tuesday, but th shortage In supplies did
not stimulate th market to any appreciable
extent. Action was perhaps a little stronger
than on Monday but for th most part prices
were in practically th soma notches, or
around 1015o lower than th clor.o of last
week. Choice heavy beeves sold around
111. 00013.16, and It would take prim cattle
to bring better than 1U.2S now. A hlg
string of grass cattle sold Monday all the
way from is.ri to ill. to. or at prices
sharply lower than prevailed week or ten
Quotation on Cattle: Good to choice
beeves, 112.2(011.21; fair to good beeves,
111.60 13.25; common to fair beeves, 11.760
11.10; gocd to cholo: yearlings, 111.16
12.81; fair to good yearlings, 111.00911.71;
common to fair yearlings. 1. 60 910.76; good
to choice heifers, 110.00 11.00; good to
choice cows, $l.60ft.60; fair to good cows,
$7.6001.10 common to fair cows, IS.OOff 7.60;
good to choice feeders, 11.7101.(0; fair to
good feeders, l7.76tjH.60; cemmon to fair
feeders, 18.7iO7.i0; good to choice Hookers,
fl.00tj.00; stock heifers, 17.2101.10; stock
cows, 11.1007.60; stock calves, 14.605Jil.00;
veal calves, 10.00f II 60; bulla, stags, etc.,
No. Av. Vr. No. Av. Pr,
1. ....... 646 l 76 1... 90 17 21
IS 733 8 75 2 780 19 25
II Ill 10 10 II ,1081 11 it
1 1061 11 65 II 1084 U 16
It 1113 11 10 1 1071 It OS
40 1260 12 10 II 1270 11 45
28 1432 12 45 42.. 1205 12 50
33 1123 II CO 15 1SSS II 00
42 ...list 13 10 18 1392 II 15
BT BIRRS AND HEIFERS,
1 697 g 00 11... 80S It 25
21 140 It 40 ( 143 11 75
18 128 12 20
1 110 5 10 2 471 7 00
1 140 1 25 f 1020 8 00
1 130 10 00
I........ 80 5 75 1., 7H0 0
180 25 2 1125 t 10
1 S00 8 85 1 1010 7 00
2 1080 7 25 127 ' T 15
67... 67 T 40 1 170 7 60
4 807 8 00 f 1114 8 25
1. ...... .1382 I 75 1 1080 8 00
1 1040 I 25
2........ 86 S 76 1........ 130 DO
1 883 60 1 1020 80
1 1380 7 00 1 1490 7 25
1 510 I 25 4 1610 8 10
1 870 10 40
1........ 370 00 8 883 7 21
1... 290 8 00 8 438 t 50
1 310 10 00 1 430 11 00
1 140 12 00 1 200 12 50
3 123 11 00 15 158 13 25
10 steer. .1270 11 to 46 steers. ,1301 11 50
27 cowa... 181 1 26
Hogs The racking call was very urgent
this morning and the liberal supply found
& ready outlet at prices that were generally
a big 10a higher. Shippers wer fairly eager
buyers of the good light and light butcher
sluff. Their purchases showed a great deal
of unevenness, some of them being no mor
than strong, while other looked sharply
Right at the outset packer wars able
tn buy some hog that were not over 6 ft 10c
higher, but before the bulk of the offerings
started to move big 10c higher prices were
obtainable, and towards the close plenty of
hogs sold that were right at 15c higher
late rounds being active at the beat prices
of the day. From all angles the market
was as satisfactory as any In several weeks
Packer were, as noted, eager buyers, and
movement which started early was lively
all through, th pens being practically
cleared by t:80Sr
The general run of price today wa
the highest since a week ago, and the
trade averaged close to a quarter higher
than at the low tlms last Thursday. Bulk
of the Mle wa mad at 114.I0O16.26, with
a sprinkling ot th best hogs of all weights
to both shipper and packers as high as
118.85, the top.
No. Av. Bh. Pr. No. Av. h. Pr.
26. ..313 ... 114 15 28. ..271 80 lit 00
..246 160 15 06 56. ..272 80 15 10
65. ..283 80 16 16 68. ..262 240 16 20
68. ..261 120 15 25 61. ..255 ... It 30
74.. .201 ... 16 15
Sheep Yesterday's price her were so
much higher than at any other point that
when packers rsme out bidding lower prices
sellers recognised the fact that buyers were
entitled to nonceaslons and as a result bulk
of the lamb offerings crossed , the scales
In good season In spit ot the fact that
prices were generally half doller lower
A good percentage of the run was made
up of single decks of mixed natives. About
the only straight bunch of lambs on offer
was another cut of the Idahos which went
at 117.00 yesterday. Today they war bought
at 816.55, with the same sort as yesterday, a
flat 45c reduction. Natives showed similar
declines, several bunches moving at 116.00
16.25 and one package reaching 116.30.
Packer did not consider any of today'
natives as good a the one that brought
On yearlings and old sheep declines of
25c or more were quotable, though, as was
the case yesterday, there was little here
on which comparison could be based. The
few package of ewe that were offered
sold around $1.00 and under, though some
thing good Is quoted up to 11.25. Good fed
western yearling were not available. Year
ling and 2-year-old wether on th (rasa
order were bought at $10.76,
In th last ten day young lambs have
dropped 12.00 and are getting down to
wards the low time again. Old sheep and
range yearlings are off In the neighbor
hood of $1.50, while fed western yearling
lambs have slumped faster than anything
else and are now $3.00 or more lower than
a week and a half ago.
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, 116.00 16.16; lambs, fair
to good, 115.260116.00; lambs, culls, $13.09
015.00: lambs, feeder. I14.00O15.25; year
lings, fed westerns, $11.6011.00; yearlings,
range, 110.50GFll.60; wethers, fair to choice,
$1.00010.26; ewes, fair to choice, $8,600
1.16; ewes, cull and feeder, $8.0001.10.
No. Av. Pr.
1 fed shorn ewe 106 I 8 75
6 cull Ismbs (0 13 00
36 cull ewes ..i 101 7 26
16 Idaho feeder Iambs 64 15 21
540 Idaho lambs 64 16 55
St. Joseph Live Ktock Market.
St. Joseph. Mo.. July I. battle Receipts,
2.100 head) market steady to strong: steers, 1
18.60011.26; cows and heifers, $6.00012.00;
Bogs Receipts, 1,606 head; market 100
15c higher; top, $15.10; bulk of sales. 115.06
Sheep and lambe Recetpta. 1,500 head;
market, prospects lower; lambs, 111.600
16.15; ewes, 15,00!. 60.
New York benersl Market.
New Tork, July l.FIour Easy: spring
patents. lll.65011.tO; winter patents, til. 30
11.65; winter straight. 110.10011.15;
Kansas straight. $11.66 011 10.
Wheat fiport. firm; No. 2 hard, 1J.31S4.
f. o. b, to arrive.
Corn Spot, strong: No. 2 yellow, 11.81.
0. I. f.. New Tork.
Oats Spot, firmer; standard. 76H077O.
Feed Quiet: western bran. 133 .100 .12.60:
standard middlings, 1st, 40; city bran,
I1V00; all tn 100-lb. sacks.
Hops Quiet; state, medium to choice,
1VJ, lOfjrllc; Itll, t0Sc; raoiflo coast.
1116. Iffllo; III!. Ttlc.
Hide Quiet; Bogota, 43 He; Central
America. 41 Ho. j
Leather F4rm; hemlock firsts. 17c; no
on ds, ito.
Provisions Pork, steady; meas, $42,000
41.10: family. 141.00044.60: short clear.
$41.00044.00. Lard, dull; middle west,
Tallow Dull; city special, loose, 17V
Wool Firm; domestlo fleece, XX Ohio,
Rice Quiet; fancy head: lUOIKe: Blue
Butter Market firm: recelpta, 11.739
tubs; creamery, higher than extrss, 284 0
Ito; creamery extras, (tt score), 21a ; first.
111017c; seconds, liotlo.
EggsMarket firm; receipts, 11,117 cases;
fresh gathered extrar, 37c fresh gathered
storage packed firsts, !6V0tto; firsts, 14
016c; aeoond, I20I2O.
Cheese Market firm; receipts, 1,883;
state fresh special, IJo; do. average run,
Poultry Live, market wenlt; no price
quoted; dressed, market quirt; prices un
changed. Coff Market,
New Tork, July 3. Th market for coffee
futures was quiet today, sale being report
ed of only 11,260 bags. Th opening wa
tetdy at unchanged price to an advanc
of S point and there wa a little covering
In near months, which nt July up to
T.tto early, or about 4 point nt higher.
This demand was soon supplied, however,
and th market later broke under selling
of later deliveries, which may bar com
partly from Wall street source. Th mar
ket closed at a net decline of 1 to It
points. July, 7.48c; August, 7.67c; Sep.
tember, T.tto; October, 7.70c; November,
7. "4c; December, 7.71c; January, 7.86c;
February, t.llo; March, T.14c; April, 7.19c;
May, 1.04c Spot, dull; Rio 7s, l4c; Pantos
4s, lOo. Offer of Rio 7s wer reported in
the cost and freight market at 1.06c, Amer
ican credits, and Santos 4s ,at 9.40c, London
credits. The official cables reported an un
changed market at Rio. Santos was 100
rels higher on spots and 1250176 rsls high
er on future.
Chicago U Stork Market
Chicago, July I. Cattle Receipt. t.OOO
head; market weak; native beef rattle, 18.10
011.10; itooker and feeders, 16.4001.50:
cow and heifers, $6.400 11.76; calves. $10.60
Hogs Receipts, 12,000 head; market lOo
to 20o higher than yesterday's average;
bulk of aalea, $14.10015.70; light, 114.100
11.60; mixed, $14.16016.10; heavy, $14,460
16.11.; rough, $14.45014.85; pigs, $10,850
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2.000 heart;
market strong to 86c higher: wether. $7.76
011.00; ewes, $7.0004.50; lambs, $10,000
Kansa City Llv Stock Market.
Kanss City, July S. Cattle Reclpts,
1,000 head; market steady; prime fed
steers, $12.60012.40; dressed beef steers,
$1.40012.16; western steer, $1.00013.16;
southern steer, 16.1001100; cow, $t.780
1.16; heifers, $7.50013.16; stoeker and
feeder. $6.76010.60; bulla, $7.0001.26;
calves. 17 00 14. 00. 1
Hogs Receipts, 10,000 head) market
higher; bulk of sale. $16.10011.75; heavy,
116.70015. 86J packers and butchers, 111.15
016.10; light, $14.75015.65; pigs, 111.150
Sheen and Lambs Reelpta, 6,700 head;
market steady; lambs, $15.00016.00; year
lings, $10.60011.60; wethers. $1.01010.00;
CnV. Lnnls Llr Stock Market.
Bt. Louis. July I. Cattle Receipts, 1,700
tieadf market, steady: native beet teer,
t7.60A13.60i yearling. tl8.tO01l.llt cows,
16.000 10.50: stoeker and feeders, $6,00 0
1.60; prima southern beef steers, $1,000
12.26: beef cows and heifers. 14.2501.00;
prima yearlings, t7.l0O10.00; natlv calves,
Hogs Receipts, 4.000 head; market.
hlrher: pig. 110.00014.10: mixed nd
butcher, $16.05011.70; good heavy, $16.60
016.70; bulk of sales, 116.15016.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipt, 4,200 head;
market, lower; spring Iambs, f 14.60016.00;
clipped ewes, $8.6001.00; cannen, 15.000
1.60; chopper, 67.0007.69.
Now Tork, July ' S. Cotton Future
opened steady; July, 25.6O026.4Oo; October,
26.1O024. tic; December, S6.O802t.15c; Jan
uary, 25. 25026. 40c; March, 26.70c.
Future closed steady; July, 26.40c; Oc
tober, 24.11c; December, 36.13o; January,
25.20c; March, 25.46c. Spot quiet; middling,
Liverpool, July 8. Cotton: Spot, limited
business: prices 10 point lower. American
middling, fair, ll.lld; good middling, lt.tid;
middling, ll.25d; low middling, la.tod; good
ordinary, 17.86d; ordinary, 17,!6d. Sale,
New Tork, July I. Metal: Lead, quiet;
spot, lH8imc; spelter, dull; spot East
St. Louis delivery, l!c asked. Copper: dull;
electrolytic, spot and nearby, $33.00011.00,
nominal; August and later, 121.00031.00.
Iron, firm and unchanged; tin, steady; spot,
At London Spot, copper, 120; future,
129 10; electrolytic, 1142: spot tin, 1242
lis: futures. 1237 10s. Lead, spot, $30 10s;
futures, t2 10s; spelter, spot, 64 ; future,
Silver Bar. 32d per ounce; money, 204
per cent; discount rates, short bills, 4"i per
cent; three months' bills, 4 1-16 per cent.
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipt heavy; msrket lower on both
prairie hay and alfalfa; demand continues
light. Choice upland prairie hay, tU.&Ofti
10.60; No. 1, 116.60017 60; No. 3, I10.00M
12.00: No. 3. 16.OO07.UO: No. 1 midland,
116.00016.00; No. I, 18.00019.00: No. 1 low
land. 40.00010.00; No. I, $7.00 01; No. 1.
$5.0006.00. New alfalfa, choice, $18,000
11.00; No. ', $16.00017.00; atandard, $13.00
011.00: No. 2. in.ouu i3.uo; no. i, m.imia
1.10. Oat Straw, 11.00 01.(0; wheat, $7.00
New Tork, July 1. Sugar: Raw, market
steady; centrifugal, 6.63c; molasses, 6.64c;
refined, steady; fin granulated, t.duws.oou.
Sugar future wer easier this morning and
price wer t to 4 point lower at noon.
Th selling wa thought to represent liqui
dation for over th holiday.
Closed steady and I to 10 point lower.
Sales, 16,100 ton. September, 5.41c; Decem
ber, 1.27c; January, 4.19c; March, 4.82s.
OU and Mosln.
Savannah, Ga., July I. Turpentine-
Firm; 17c; aalea, 611 bbls.; receipts, 750
bbls.; shipments, ll bbls.; stock, 21,964
Rosin Firm) sales, 1,471 bbls.; receipt.
2.183 bbls.i shipments, 12 bbls.; stock, 67.
164 bbls. Quote: B. 15.20; V, $5.25; E, 15.36;
V, 15.40; O. 16.4506.60; I, I5.47M 05.60;
K, 15.5005.60; M, $6.1601.10; N, $6.71;
WO, $6.6000.85; WW. 17.01.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New Tork, July 3. Evaporated Apples
Dull; fancy, 124411c; choloe, HOUVio;
Dried Fruits Prunes, inaotlve; Califor
nia, HUOHttc; Oregon, 110120. Ap
ricots, steady; fancy, 22023c. Peaches,
steady; standard, 10o; choice, 11c; fancy.
14 He. Raisins, quiet; loose muscatels, 1
01c; choice to fancy, 8c; seedless, lOSOf
11c; London layers, $1.80.
Local Stock and Bond.
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker A
Co., 441-51 Omaha, National Bank Building,
STOCKS Bid Asked.
Burgess-Nash Co., 7 pet., pfd..100 102
Cudahy Packing Co., common.. 121 122 i
Continental Oas A Electric, pfd. .. 78 H
Deera A Co., pfd II H 100tt
Deer A Co., common 42 50
Douglas Hotel Co., combined.. 76 82 H
Oooch M. A K. Co., pfd. 'B". . 102 105
Lincoln Tel. A Tel., com., 7 pet. 08 100
Lincoln Traction, 1 pet., pfd.... 15 944
Om, A Co. Bluff St Ry., pfd.. 70 73
Om. A Co. B. Ry A B., pfd.... 60 65
Orchard A Wilhelm, c, 7 pet. p. 19 100
Om. A Co. Bluff Bt Ry., com.. .. 4!
M. C. Peter Mill, pet., pfd.. It 100
Union Stock Tarda, I pet. ....102 103
Stewart Warner, common...... 66 67
Argentine gov't 6s. 1120 17V, 1844
Canadian Government 6s, 1937.. I4V4 14
Cudahy Parking Co. 6a. l4S... 17 98
Chicago Sanitary DIs. 4s. 1927.. 17 87
Lincoln Lt. Heat A P. 6s, 1131. 17 100
Om. A Co. B. St. Ry. 6s. 1128.. 12 14
Montreal Tramway 6s, 1911..,. tt 97
City of Om., N., P. 4Hs, 1911-81 4 .10 4.20
Om. Ath. Club bldg. 6s. 1121-11. 19 100
Pender, Nab. I pet. Sewer, 1136.101 103
Hloux City Stock Tarda 6s, 1130. ii IT
Swift and Company 5s, 1944. ...100 tOOH
Tbuaton. N. O. S. B. I. 1131-31. M0 616
NEW YORK STOCKS
Absence of Public Participatic:-
and Impending Holiday Make
for Slow Day on Wall
New Tork, July 3. In Its essential fea
tures today stock, market was almost u
repetition of recent dull and Irregular le
sions. Pualnes was much curtailed be
cause of the Impending holiday and the
continued absenco of publlo participation.
Money conditions were actually conduc
tive to speculation for the bull account, bar
trading in that quarter was checked by
Increasing perplexities respecting war
profits and taxes. Call loan were In fre-
supply at IS per cent and time money wa
mora abundant than at any period In the
last three week.
Bear renewed their attack upon the
more mercurial issues, chiefly motors, sonv-
of the lesser squlpments and minor special
ties, ntudebaker showed an extreme loss
of about points and other of th same di
vision yielded 2 to 4 point. 1 "
Rail also experienced additional price
weakness, a few of the dividend Issues re
cording lowest quotations for the current
decline. That group rallied briskly In the
covering movement of the final hour. Un.
Ion Pacific, Canadian Pacific. Great North
ern and Reading were responsive to fair
Pronounced betterment also was wn by
Copper, Oil and Tobaccos. Industrial
Alcohol, Ohio Oas, Mexican Petroleum and
American-Sumatra Tobacco finished at
galna of 1 to 4 points.
u. H. steel and kindred (hares wer de
pressed during the greater part of th day.
bnt hardened later on th strength of al
lied equipments. Total sales, 640,060 share.
Rnllroad bonds wer heavy, Internationals
Irregular, and Liberty firm at par to
100 3-50. Total sales, par value, $3,540,000.
u. n, coupon and registered 2s and 4 de
clined per cent on call. Registered 4e
loa 1 per cent on a single sal.
Number of sale and quotation on lead
Sale. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar.. II
Am. Can 200 44 it 4V,
Am. Car A Found. 2.100 77H 7"i 76
Am. Locomotive... 1.300 72 71 71 Vfe
Ant. HmelU A Rof. 6,000 107H 105) 106
Am. Sugar Ref.... 700 120H 130 130
Am. Tel. A Tel.... 600 130 12(1 4 130S
Am. Z., L. A 8.... 200 !24 124 83 'i
Anaconda Copper.. 7,800 81 SO it 81
Atchison 1,700 100 1001 100
Atl. O. A W. I P S. 1,800 I0SH 104 101
Baltimore A Ohio. 1.300 70 'A 6tH M
Dutee A Sup. Cop. 500 404 40 4044
Cal. Petroleum HVi
Canadian Pacific... 1.000 151H 158H 169
Central Leather... 2.800 4 IIV It
Chesapeake A Ohio 1.000 61 lt 61
C, M. A St. P 10,700 6tH 67 l
Chicago AN. W.. 700 lOl 101 107
C. R. I. A P. etfs 644
Chlno Copper 700 it . tiV 65 h
Colo. Fuel A Iron ... 62
Corn Prod. Ref... 8.900 33 I! 54 H
Crucible Steel 11,700 10, tt 81
Cuba Cans Sugar.. 700 42 41 41
Distiller' Sec 21
Krl ,4,400 24 21 14
(lenernl F.lectric... 167
General Motor.... 1,300 116 114 116
Gt, Northern pfd.. 7.200 103 108 102
Gt. No. Ore, ctf.. 1,300 12 13 12
Illinois Central 101-
Insplratlon Copper. 1,600 63 61 61
Int. M. M. pCd.,... e.mo 82 81 ZH
Int. Nickel 300 11 11 2t
Int. Paper ' '
Kan. City Southern 100 21 21 11
Kennecott Copper. 400 46 44 44
Louisville A Nash 1
Union Pacific... 1.000 121 112 134
Meg. Petroleum... 23,600 11 14 18
Miami Copper 1,100 41 40 41 ,
Missouri Pacific... 4,400 21 18 I
Montana Power H
Nevada Copper.... 600 21 23 II
New Tork Central. 1.100 10 88 81
N. T., N. H. A H.. 200 16 16 16
Norfolk A Western. 300 122 122 131 '
Northern Pacific. 11,100 100 19 100
Paclflo Mail....... 300 38 28 28
Paolflo Tel. A Tel. . - l6'
Pennsylvania ..... 1.100 tl tl 11
Pittsburgh Coal.... 2,800 64 63 54
Ray Con. Copper.. '1.400 ,38 37 38
Reading 11.000. 14 12 13
Rep. Iron A Steel.. 14.000 93 11 S'i
Shattuck Aria, Cop. 25'
Southern Pacific. 10,100 11 "10 14i
Southern Railway.. 3,800 11 35 36H
fltudebsker Oor.... 46J00 0 , 61
Texa CO.. 400 214 . 211 . 214
Union Pacific , 6.000 135 182 124
IT. S. Ind. Alcohol. 10,600 167 161 154
U. S. Steel 114,300 121 137 128
V. a Steal, pfd.,. 600 117 117 117'4
Utah Coppert , 1200 101 108 109
Wabah pfd "B".. 600-25 25 26
Western Union 1 ,
Westlnghous Eleo.. 1,300 50 41 tOH
Total sale for th day, 540.000 hare. .
New Tork Monoy Market.
New Totk. July . Mercantile Paper
606 per cent. '.'.'
... . h its. 14.72,:
commercial 60-day bill on bank, 4.71f;
commercial o-aay nine, m.h; uoiuauu,
14.76; caoies, it. tib. . .
BHver Bar, 77o; Mexloan dollar. le.
Bond Government weak; railroad Irreg
Tin. T.n (faff. 40 dlVS. 44'4 BP
cent: 10 day. 404 per cent; lx months,
4 05 per cent. . 1 '"'.
Calif Money Easier; high, 3 per cent;
low. I per cent; ruling rat, 1 per oent;
last loan, 1 per oeni; closing mo, v
cent; offered at 1 per cent.
TJ. S. 2s. reg... 8
1n nnntion... 98
Int. M. M. .. 10
Kan. C. 8. r. 5 86
L. A N. un. 4.. 11
M., K.4T.I. 4 11 .
Mo. Pie. gen. 4s. 11
N. T. Cen. d. 6.104'i
No- Paclflo 4.., 16
do 1 02
O. S. L. ref. 4. 17
Pac TV A T. 6. 07
Penn. con. 4s... .100
do ten. 4.. 14.
Reading gen, 4. 89
Bt. L. A S.F.a.6. 66
80. Pac, cv. f. 18
do ref. 4s.... 88
80. Railway 6s.. 18 .
Tex. A Pac .1st 16
Union Pacific 4. 13 U
do cv. 4 88 .
II. 8, Rubber 5. 86 -U.
8. Steel 5s...l04
Wabash 1st...,. 100
West. Union 4 11
Offerd. ' : :
3a, reg... 18
4s, reg. ,.106
coiiDon. . .106
Pan ! enunon. 80
Am. For. Pec.5s 95
Am. T. A T. 0. 6 98
Arm. A Co. 4. 10
Atchlnson g. 4s. 88
Bait A Ohio 4s. 86
Cen. Leather 6s. 11
Cen. raclflo 1st. 82
C. A O., cv. 6s.. 87
C. B. A Q. J. 4. 16
J. R. I. A P. r.4 70
Colo A 8. r. 4l 76
D. A R. O. r. 6 66
D. of C. 5s, 1131 16
IT -I a an. 4s.... 61
Gen. Eleotrio 6s.l01
Ot. N. 1st 4s. is
'III Central r. 4 86
New Tork Dry Goods Market
New Tork. July 3. Dry Goods Cotton'
oods and yarn were quiet today, prices
steady. Men's war wa firm with cloth-, .
lers anxious about fall deliveries, owing to
the large government demands. Burlaps -wer
quiet and firm. Shipment of roer-
ehandle are large wherever transportation
AIR POCKET GOGGLES
On sal at th Spdway and
U. S. Government
Indian Land Sale
Half million acres of valuable
lands soon to bo sold by U. S. Gov
ernment on easy yearly payments
without taxes until fully paid for.
Chance of a lifetime to share in
Uncle Sam's bargains. AH in the
great oil belts. You do not have to
live on the land or improve it. For
investors es well as homeseekers.
Visit the Bie Pullman Exhibit 'car
without delay and learn of the great
possibilities of the Great State of
Admission and Information Free;
Maps, Charts, Plat,' Blue .Prints,
Geological Surveys, Agricultural,
Mining Products, etc., with demon
strators to explain all conditions.
Car open daily, v to 12 a. m.: 1 to
6 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Open. Sunday.
Car closed all day 4th of July.
Oklahoma Exhibit Car
16 th and Leavenworth, at Croat
Weatera Freight Station. -
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