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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917,
FOR RENT ROOMS
2957 HARNEY Room and board for two
persons; also tame .board. Harney 5076.
TWO large, modern housekeeping rooms.
I6')J Maple street. Call Webster 661S.
CASS ST., 30202 furn. housekeeping rooms.
not water Best, mod. home. H. 267P.
i LARGE rooms, modern i icep furnace.
wenster Jjoa. m N. 34th St
WANTED Two refined gentlemen to board
and room. Webster 5545.
TABLE board, good home cooking. H. 830.
Board and Rooms.
WANTED Room, and board, walking dis
tance, 46th and Dodge, In private family.
Box 6994, Omaha Bee. References ex
changed, a .
LARGE, strictly modern rooms, beautiful
furniture, single or connecting; excellent
board. H. 1T9S.
BEMIS park district, room and board for
two young men: private home, wai. zsis,
FURNISHED steam-heated rooms, with or
without board. 3728 So. S7th. S. 2553.
144 S. 23D ST. Room and board. 17 per
wees; close in; gooa uerman Doaru.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
MODERN home, 8 rooms. Call owner. Har
FOR RENT HOUSES
138 S. 35TH ST. 350. Sun parlor and aleep
Ing porch. Phone owner. Douglas 3321.
GOOD 6-roora mod. cottage, 25th and Dav
enport 331 per moih. Tel. Harney 1549.
6-ROOM bungalow, all modern, 29th and
Fort Sts Vacant Oct 1. 335. Doug. 1803.
STRICTLY modern 6-room house. 2405 Em
met Tel. Webster 1089.
NINE-ROOM modern bouse, 514 S. 20th St
245. E. H. Lougee Inc. 583 Keellne Bldg.
172 S. 28TH ST. Six rooms, mouern, 325.
K. H. Benner Co., Douglas 8406.
813 S. 1ITH ST. Close In, nicely furnished
room, modern, 33 week.
. HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
l-r., 1813 Carter Lake Blvd 318.00
J-r.t 2505 Pierce St 335-00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
5-r., 530 S. 24th Ave 315.00
7-r., 1909 California St 330.00
6-r 3314 Corby St
5-r., 912 S. 81st Ave ,
5-r., 3901 Florence Blvd.,..,
5- r.. 2412 Seward St
6- r.. 3016 Dewey Ave
7-r.. 207 IN. . 23d St
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
302 a 16th. Douglas 4163.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4S38.
J C REED SxprM Co Movln
el. J. XXlliUU Packing and Storage.
ISOT Farnam St Web. 2748. Dour 6144.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Price Only $3,800
Five rooms and bath, hot water heat
two additional rnnma. finfaii re in
attic, nice lot, owner leaving city. Terms
10 sun purcnaser,
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Om, Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 493
REAL ESTATE Investment
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY ft SON.
630 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'ncs Pr'pty
a. A. WOLF, Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE have several good reliable buyers for
6 and (-room houses and bungalows with
3300 to 3500 down. Call Osborne Reslty
Co.. Tyler 498. 701 Oman. Nat Bank
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cssh
payments; have parties wilting. Western
Real Estate, 413 Karbacn Blk. D. 8807.
West Farnam District
Residence, seven-rooms, three on first
floor oak, four on second whit enamel,
noi water neat, mea vestibule ana bath.
iteaaonaDi terms u desired.
308 Farnam Bide.
mitst nr. Km.n
Cathedral Hintrlrt hnm., new nA
date; 7-r., sleeping porch, oak finish, best
material and workmanship; south front;
wuaq-iui uargain price, uougias I bz.
WERT 1TARVAU T31 OT-UV It (Ajt
6-r. modern house, oak finish and oak
noor, nrsi iioor; furnace, electrio light,
full lot, east front, one-half block to car.
r. u. Tveaq, aip a. jstn St.
3103 Lincoln Boulevard.
7-room. full 2-atorv hnma In fin renalr
large corner lot 56x180, facing Boulevard
ana s street, all specials in and paid
for. Price 35,750. Look this over aud
make an offer. Must be sold at once.
Easy terms. ,
345-7-3 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ty. 80.
8-r.. 3901 N. 17th St 130.00
K9K B 9Rh h 340.00
9-r!' 1919 Chcago 8t a... 335.00
10-r., 588 a. zstn st ('"'"
10-r., 2231 Dodge St ..340.00
15-r., 4319 N. 24th St 330.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
10-r 705 S. 13th St $.00
PORTER ft SHOTWELL. .
203 S. 17th St. Douglas 5013.
Office with HOME BlULUEKa.
EXCELLENT HOMES FOR RENT AT
652 South 26th avenue, f rooms, east front
corner, brick, 337.50.
664 South 26th avenue, ( rooms, $35.00.
2120 Emmet street, 10 rooms and .garage.
All of these In A-lNo. 1 condition.
Douglas 6889. 819 First Nat Bk. Bldg.
PAN YOU BEAT THESE VALUES?
4-r., part mod., 837 S. 24th, 310; 6-r..
mod. ex. heat 4125 Grant, 316; 8-r., mod.
ex. heat, 2238 S. 12th, 215; 3 good flats, 7
and rooms, mod. ex. heat, close in, good
repair, 1647-49 N. 17th, $20 each; also
several cottages, $7 to $10; 5-r., mod. ex.
heat. 1014 N. 29th, $18. McKltrick R. E.
Co.. 316 Ramge Bldg. Douglas m.
18 S. 81ST 6-R V0.00
2301 Dewey Ave., 3-r 26.60
2556 Harney. 10-r .' 00
' Tyler 1536. ' 233 Securities Bldg.
LIBERTY bond will pay rent on 5-r. bunga
' lows; north and southwest; modern and
part modern; garden ground aplenty.
walnut ZBSfr. evenings.
Houses in sll parts of the olty.
CRF'GH. SONS CO.. 50$ Be Bldg.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
ANGELES APARTMENT, 25TH ATE.
4-r. apartment fireproof and sound
proof. 3 disappearing Murphy beds. Au
tomatic elevator. Root garden. Strictly
modem. - H. tali.
STRATFORD Terrace, Park Ave. and Jack
. son Stsl, 6 rooms, steam heated, $50 sum
mer, 360 winter; no children. C. B.
Moser. Walnut 1756.
WILL rent my completely furnished
apt. in Drake Court for 1 month.
Call at Apt. 4, uraice court,
CLOSE iu rooms, suitable for studio, office,
dentist, dressmaker, ate., with living rms,
adjoining. T. F. Hall, 434 Bamge. D. 7406.
APARTMENTS, all sizes and prices, splen
dld location. 24th and Farnam. D. 1473.
V North. .
VERY nice 4-roo mflat, furnace heat elec
trio light, white enamel bath and prac
tlcally walking distance on N. 18th fit,
only 320; no children and lease required.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO.. Realtors.
803-4 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 420.
7-R. APARTMENT, $26; winter rate $35;
steam heat Others $18 and up. G. P.
Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
ESTABROOK apt or office, facing 16th St.,
$35 month. G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago,
9-ROOM, modern flat, walking distance. 614
N. 21 St St.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
Specialists in Apartment Management
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
DESIRABLE store room, modern front,
metal - ceiling, steam heat, 634-636 So.
ltith fit: size 32x60: can be subdivided;
low rent Conrad Young, 323 Brand!
Theater Bide. Douglas 1571.
HERE IS A BARGAIN
BALANCE $25 MONTH
Monthly payments Include interest.
House has 6 rooms, modern except heat
in good repair on full south front lot,,
close to car line. Some fruit. Price 32,400.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors),
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler .60.
In Waverly Park, one block west of
Fontenelle Blvd. on 47th Ave., 6 rooms,
all modern, exterior frame and stucco,
stairway to floored attic, oak finish in
living rooms, nicely decorated, brand new,
all ready for occupancy; furnace, full ce
tnented basenftnt, east front lot, nicely
sodded. Price 33,800, 3100 down, balance
C. G. CARLBERG, Realtor,
310-313 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
BRGMN ON CHICAGO ST.
8 rms., modern, S. front, between 31st
and 83d, full lot, garage and drive, oak
finish and polished floors. 35,000, on
ALLEN & BARRETT,
618 See Bldg. Doug. 1768.
ORAB THI8 BARGAIN.
3500 EQUITY FOR 4875.
4room house, 4119 N. 25th Ave. Price,
$1,250. Balance 312.60 monthly Including
interest This place must be sold In two
weeks. Owner has to change climate. Call
FIVE-ROOM bungalow, strictly mod., oak
finish, built-in buffet and cupboards, high
grade fixtures, furnace heat, dandy lot, 1
block to car and school; price for quick
sale, $2,950; terms can be arranged, or
would consider auto as first payment.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
r GRAB IT NOW!
4-room house. North Omaha; fine yard;
2 blocks from car line; nearly new. Must
be sold stance. A bargain at 31,800.
LUND, 420 Securities Bldg,
ONE 5-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition;' live In one and
rent the other. Price for both, 32,750.
Very easy terms. No. 2433 S. 20th St
NORRI3 ft NORRIS.
406 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4270.
SEVEN-ROOM modern home, two lots and
garage, 33,200. 3008 8. 17th St.
' R. & TRUMBULL.
1305 1st Nat Bk. Bldg.
$300 DOWN AND $20 A MONTH.
WHY PAY RENT? ?
(room, strictly modern bungalow, all
on one floor, 3 rooms finished in oak full
cement basement, furnace heat, dandy
lot surrounded by hedge, hi block from
car Una, Priced at $3,200. A snap.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
IF you want quick action on your prop
erty, list It with me.
LUND, 430 ROSE BLDG., TYLER 768.
WE have a customer for a handsome brick
residence In desirable district F. D.
Wead. 310 S. 18th St
ARNDT ft TAYLOR can assist you. 1326
Laird St Webster 2039.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
10 ACRES joining town of Lexington, Neb.
Equipped and used for a chicken farm,
fair Improvements, 6 blocks from court
house. Price 33,000 Easy terms.
A. A. PATZMAN, 528 Securities Bldg.
SMALL Nebraska farm o neasy payments
& acres up. We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
association. 16tb aud Howard Sts., Omaha.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Prices Continue to
Slump, With Oood Demand
for Stock Cattle and Feed
ers ; Hogs Are Lower.
FOR SALE Cheap, my Improved 166-acre
farm near Ponoa, Neb.; easy terms. If
desired. Address Dr. C. W. Glllln, 515
K. 1.. A T. Bldg.. Sioux City. Ia.
A FIRST-CLASS 330-acr farm 4 miles
from Hartlngton, Neb. Well improved
and all good land; will sell or exchange.
see Q. A. Kull, Oakland. Neb.
FOR SALE Improved 40-acre frara three
miles southwest of Leshsra, Neb. Write
owner. C. L. Tlmmons. Yulan, Neb.
FOR SALE Imp. farm, mile to modern
town. Peter Rook, Mason City, Neb.
LIST your lands for quick results with C
J. lanan. no McCague Hldg.. Omaha.
Heart of thi ninp. "
! Jordan valley project. 44.000 acres Irri
KfcAL E5TATE SUBURBAN I tMl """ " p Next excursion sep.
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
940 First Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
BEST VALUE IN DUNDEE
A. practically new house with first floor
arrangement of large living room, sun
room, dining room, kitchen and den on
the first floor: 2d floor, 4 nice bedrooms;
large attic; oak floors throughout Full
lot on nigh ground with garage and drive
way. Price 35,750; 1-3 cash.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3963. 919-20 City National.
Wtt tnraat Iatss wt ... If .J
vu vas (vliUA aUUU
m, attractive bomea. Befora buying ttt
urj ana see
GEORGE & CO.
HOMES and home sites In Dundee.
SHULER A CARY. 204 Keellno. D. 5074.
THREE CHOICE ACRES"
Fine Shade Trees
Easy Monthly Payments
These three acres have both east and
weBt fronts, are located' one-half block
from car line and store; 6-cent fare to
town: adjourns new Catholic school and
church site and the location affords a
beautiful view of surrounding country. Al
adjoining land sold. Call Tyler 50 and ask
for Mr. Clark.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors),
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60.
TEN acres, close in. laya fine. $4,000. TeL
FIVE, ten fifteen or twenty acres, close in;
nit per acre ana up. 'let wai. 8466.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
WANTED Fox terrier or Boston bull male
pup. Will pay tip to $5. Address Box 6133,
FOR SALE One thoroughbred New Zea-
iana raooit. i oirnx szos
THREE French poodle puppies for sale,
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
The best known Investment la a well
eleoted first mortgage an farm or elty
We negotiate tbla class of securities)?
woicn wo oner lor sale to net the In
veator ift and 6 per cent
E H. LOUGEE, INC.,
$38 Keellne Bldg., Omaha.
LOOK THIS UP! Let us tell you the dis
count and see how quick you do business:
25,000. second mtge. on 3-story brick
apartment, due in 3 years, 6 per cent
S. O. NORDQUIST, 322 Neville Blk.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Kates
t.. 6 and 6 per cent Reasonably com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO-
212 South 17th. Omaha, Neb.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years, interest 6 per cent, I ft
per cent and 6 per cent. PETERS TRUST
CO.. 1629 Farnam St., Omaha; Neb.
$2,000 MTGE. bearing 6 pet. semi-annually;
securea ny property valued at 36,800.
Talmage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for 'mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
SHOPEN & CO., PRIVATE MONET.
FARM and city loans, 6, 6Vd and 6 per cent
v. a. inomas, Keuina. Bldg. Doug. 1648,
$100 to 310,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
yveau. wead Bldg,, lth and Farnam Sts,
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM. 604 Bee Bldg.
637 Omaha Nat Bank.
FIVE ROOMS AND BATH
$2,300 $20 Per Month
Corner lot with splendid lawn and shade,
in good neighborhood. The house is In
first-class condition, nicely decorated, has
6 good-sized rooms and bath, has a full
cemented basement with guaranteed fur
nace. This Is a first-class home and a
bargain. Walnut 677.
LOW-PRICED modern offices, Farnam
' FIRST TRUST CO.. Tyler $00.
STOREROOM for rent Sun Theater Bldg.
WORLD REALTX COMPANY. (Realtors).
Douglas 6343. Sua Theater Bldg.
SMALL modern store room, steam heat
'1513 Capitol Ave. Conrad Young. 323
' Brandeis Theater. Douglas 1671.
MODERN store, cor. 16th and Cass. Choice
location. O. P. 8tebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Ill S. 16TH St., steam heat.
JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas 664.
4718 S. 24TH St., South Side. Near P. O.
E. H. Benner Co. Douglas 8406.
MODERN store, 16th St., near postoffice,
. 375. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
CHOICE office space, Balrd Bldg.. 17th and
Douglas. McCague Inv. Co.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Houses and Apartments.
WHAT HAVE TOU FOR RENT
. in the way of four, flv or six-room mod-
em. up-to-date apaufments? Preference
will be given to those tn better districts of
the city.- Want to deal direct with own
ers, no agents.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED 6 or 6-room apartment about
October 1. Address Bot 8IS1. Bee.
HAVE client (lady teacher and mother) who
want 4-room flat or small house N. W.
part of cltyt $26 mo.
INTERSTATE REALTT CO.,
- call today, Douglas 3862.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and moving
319 N. 11th St Phone Doug
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
1 Expert services; prompt attention. Tour
moving, your packing, your storage.
Main Office. Central Furniture Btore,
17tn and Howard. Tel. Doug. 7785.
FIDELITY service FREE
Phone Douglas 288 for complete .
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving,
ltith and Jackson sts.
Five room bungalow, classy outside and
Price $3,850, reasonable terms.
BENSON & QARMICHAEL
642 Paxton Block,
325 CASH and your Liberty bond or lot
will buy 6-r. bungalow. Also rental prop
erty down tows, 3,750; rents near $500.
Evenings. Walnut 2587.
W. FARNAM SMITH A CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance,
1320 Farnam 6t . Doug. 1064.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
Goes on sale Saturday, Sept 8. Best
homesites in Omaha. Prices $480 to $600.
H of these lots front on new boulevard.
All overlooking FONTENELLE PARK.
Terms 310 cash, balance $10 per month.
Take Orand Ave. car, get off at 42d and
Grand Ave. and walk on block west to
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1320 Farnam St.
Tel. Doug. 1044. Evenings Colfax 1078.
AFTER looking at M1?"NE LUSA 300 dlf
ferent buyers decided that It waa the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota.
IF TOU will come out today you will
. understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lota. Price $220, only
$2 cash and 50 cents per week. Doug. 3392.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WILL trade for city Improved property. 720
seres of farm land, modern house, fenc.
ing and improvements; one mile river
bottom land, abundant water, 6 acres
timber, 650 acres tillable. Price, 326
. per acre, and will trade for city improved
property of equal talue. If necessary I
will assume mortgage. Address F. W.
Todr, Msson. 8. D,
SHERIDAN, Dawes, Rock and Dundy Co.
Improved ranches, clear, for sale or ex
change. 8. 8. A R, E. MONTGOMERY
Douglas 4610. 627 City Nat. Dank Bldg.
INVESTIGATE my system; Omsha Reslty
Trsdfna Co.. 1 Psttprsnn Blk Tvlr 156.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
MONEY to loan on. mproved farms and
rancnes. Kioka Investment Co., Omaha.
OMAHA HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO 1016 Omaha Nafl.
LOW RATES -C. G. CARLBERG, 812 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 885.
5V7 MONET HARRISON & MORTON,
iO 916 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
C Of CITT
Om. Nat Bk. Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
A. U WRIGHT,
Flatlron Hotel. Doug. 1787.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
GOOD corn land, vast Texsi$:5-an'acre
Get my free book.
W. a FRANK. 201 Neville Block. Omsha.
HorsesLive Stock Vehicles.
SEVERAL light truck delivery "wagons at
your price, naarman Vinegar As Pickle
w, in s. join et.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mary 4,. Uritfth and hunband to
unco a. noinsn. California street.
300 feet weat of Fiftieth atr. ...,.
wl1?!!-' .?J" ',: W.MQ
ic, ..u.ii.in io naroiine stare
sews k I, Polk street, 1U0 feet weat of
Fifteenth street, north side, 60x140 400
Katherlne Jansen to Raymond Knut
son. Twenty-flfth street, 180 feet
south of N street, west side, 30x160. 6,000
Frank B. Burford.and wife to John
T. Wolf, Marlnda street, 832 feet
we,t of Fifty-first street, north side,
80x136 w m
George T. Morton and wife to John
T. Wolf, Marlnda street. 285 feet
west of Fifty-first street, north
side, 60xl!6 ; U5
Clara G. Larsen and husband to Crelgli,
Sons & Co., Seward street, 69 feet
east of Thirty-ninth street, south
side, 60x137.5 400
Crelgh. Sons A Co. to Harry B. Jones,
southeast corner Twenty-ninth and
Seward streets, 120x127.6 1,300
Carl Johnson and wife to George W.
Lorens et al Thirty-seventh street,
252 feet north of Fowler avenue, east
side, 50x130 4,500
Barbara Salda to Margaret M. Burke,
Twelfth street, 176 feet south of
Brlggs street east side, 25x140.... 1,500
Sally W. Dorsey and husband to Net
tie R. Mason, Park avenue, 40 feet
north of Mason street, east side, 40x
Washington JJ. Perclval and wife to,
Henry Millar, northeast corner Twenty-first
and Wirt streets, 100x134.. 8,000
Home Terrace company to Axel Fors,
northwest corner Hawley and Effie
streets, 800x597 8,000
Charles E. Cowan and wife to Hy
man Miller, Charles street, 80 feet
east of Twenty-fifth street, north
side, 80x127.5 1,260
Nathan Somberg and wife to Christ
Orotmak, Fort street, 165 feet esst
of Eleventh street east side, 4 Ox
Nathan Somberg and wife to Conserva
tive Bavlngs and Loan association,
Thirty-second avenue, (3 feet south
of Jackson street, east side, 100x130. 1,600
D. Hunt to John Hunt, Titus avenue,
105 feet west of Thirtieth street, I
south side. 45x140 3,650
Christ Grotmak and wife to William
W. Doten, Twenty-third street, 113
feet south of Leavenworth street,
east side, 66x138 4,000
120 acres, heavy soil, 60 miles west of
Minneapolis; 76 acres cultivated, balance
timber, pasture; good t-room house, barn
and other outbuildings; 6 horses, f cows,
' 8 head of young stock, 6 hogs, chickens,
turkeys and all this year's crop, consist
ing of 25 acres extra good corn and small
grain; all goes at $65 per acre; $4,000
cash, balance 6 per cent.
McMICHAEL INVESTMENT COMPANY,
600 Wllmaot Bldg. Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE -Easy terms; good farms In the
famous corn and alfalfa belt of southwest
ern Minnesota, near Iowa; best smooth
tiled land, well Improved, near towns. In
fine country; 160, 320. 480 and 640 acres.
Also farms for share rent Owner, Calvin
Young. Hadley, Murray Co., Southwest
"HOWDY, FOLKS," 80 acres smooth land,
76 cultivation, well Improved, near town,
32,000. Many others. Scott, Mountain
Rich level lands, irrigated and unlrrlgated,
very productive. Prices 525 to $40 per.
acre; easy terms and crop paymsnt plan
if you will improve. Round trip rate any
day, $37. Come with me.
E. D. PRATT, Tekamah, Neb.
NEBRASKA CORN LANDS.
211 acres, level, improved, $138 per acre.
160 acres, rolling, improved, $110 per acre.
120 acres, level, Improved, $120 per acre,
280 acres, level, Improved $106 per acre.
Thess and many other farms In BUrt
county, Neb., most producttcs county In
eastern Neb., where crop failure Is un
known. Tske train at 16th and Webster
Sts., for Tekamah, and let me show you.
Fars only 85 cents.
E. D, PRATT. Tekamah, Neb.'
$110 PER aero buys 320-acr well improved
hard land farm, four miles meadow Grove.
Best of terms. For description, write
A. C. WILLIAMS A CO..
MEADOW GROVE, NEB.
" READ THIS, MR. FARMER. '
Ws have just received from non
resident owner 160-acr farm close to
Omaha, Improved, at actual farm land
prices; worth $325 per acre, our price $213
per acre. Act quick. If being close to
Omaha cuts any figure, which you know
It does, why look further than
GRAHAM-PETERS REALTT CO..
819 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Omaha.
FOR SALE 160-acre farm ty, miles
from Clarks; no Improvements; about 110
acres farm land; about 60 acres pasture,
with Kood creek running through It;
finest kind of Platte valley farm;. 390 per
ncre If taken at once before lime to put
In wheat. f'on nil r- It. AbI. for P.
W. Craw turd, CltirlkS, Neb
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louie, Sept. 6. Cattle Becelpts, 6,400
head: market steady; native beef steers,
38.00(3)18.00; yearling steers and heifers,
37.O014.00: cows, 35.00010.00; Blockers
and feeders, $6.6009.50; southern steers,
36.73 12.60; beef cows and heifers, 38.000
10.00; prime yearling steers and heifers,
$7.60(3110.00; native calves, 35.7641) 15.00.
Hogs Receipts, 6,400 hesd; market
steady; lights, 317.75018.15; pigs. $13,000
17.25; mixed and butchers, 317.90018.16;
good heavy, $18.15018.25; bulk of sales,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3,500 head;
market cheaper, steady; lambs, lower.
311.00 16.25; ewes, 39.0009.60; wethsrs,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Sept. 3. Cattle Receipts, 6,000
head: market slow; native beef cattle, $7.50
017.00: western steers. $6.60013.25; stock-
em and feeders. $6.0009.36: cows and heif
ers. 34.65W12.I5: calves. 313.00016.00.
Hoas Receipts, 11,000 head: mantel
unsettled, mostly 10c to 16o under yester-
lay's averaae: bulk of sales, 8t6.S0dtl7.90;
light. $16.40iB18 00; mixed, 816.409ri3.15;
heavy. $16.25iSl.20; rough, lo.Z50i.ti;
Sheep and Lambs ReeMpt. 7,000 head:
market strong: wethers, 37.86011.36; ewes,
$7.50011.00; lambs. 311.5O017.6O.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kansas City, Sept. 6. Cattle Receipts,
7.000 head: market steady; prims steers.
315.606H6.75: dressed beef steers, 312.00
15.00: western steers, 39.251S.6B: soutnern
steers. $6.75011.50; cows, 35.5009.50; heif
ers, 37.00018.50; stnekers and feeders. $6.60
013.00; bulls, 36.OO08.BO; calves, n.wff
13 00. . .
Hon Receipts. 4,000 bead: marKei
lower: bulk of sules, 817.00018.20; heavy.
317.60018.25; packers and butchers, 317.100
JS.20; light. 31T.OO017.8O; pigs, $14,000
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 3.500 head;
market hleher: lambs, 816.50if17.40; year
lings, $11.00fl13.00; wethers. $10.0013.00:
ewes," 39.0011.0; stockers and feeders,
Omaba, September 6, 1917.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hoga Sheen,
Official Monday ,...10.76r 2,3:4 16.668
Official Tuesday 13.4HO 6,366 33.667
Offl.lal Wednesday .. 10.343 6.661 34,380
Estimate Thursday .. 4,750 4.690 38,350
Four days this week. 39,333 19.030 92,536
Same days last week. 36.415 10,649 90,343
Same days 3 wks. ago. 42,341 26.934 46.3S4
Same days 3 wks. ago. 33,151 13,669 33.943
Same days ( wks. ago. 17,791 37,173 38,670
Sams days last year.. 16.608 6.346 83.486
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Vnlon stock yards for twenty-four hours
ending at 3 o elork yesterday afternoon:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C M. ft St. P 2 4
Missouri Psclflc... 89 10 66 2
C. ft N. W east... 37 2 1
C, ft N. W.. west... 4 J 11 11
C, St. T., M. ft O.. 3 2
C, B. A Q., east... 1 1
C, B. A Q west.. 51 14 41 1
C, R. I. ft p., esst. 2 4
Illinois Central 3
Chicago Gt. West.. 1 .. .. 1
Totals 200 65 114 6
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris ft Co
Swift ft Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Co ,.
Schwarts ft Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.,,,
South Omaha Pack. Co
W. B. Vansant Co
Benton ft Vanssnt
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root & Co
F. O. Kellogg
Werthelmer ft Degen...
H. F. Hamilton
Sullivan Bros. 82
Rothschild ft Kreba..
Missouri ft Kaa. Calf Co.
Baker, Jones ft Smith..
Jensen ft Lungren
Totals 3,923 4.100 18.773
Cattle Receipts were rather liberal for
a Thursday, about 4,700 bead, and the four
days, supply has been fully 3,00 heavier
than a week ago, and 23,000 heavier than
a year ago. Fat cattle were In very limited
demand owing to the fact that moat of the
packing houses reported labor troubles and
buyera were Inclined to buy at decidedly
lower prices where they did bid at all. Ship
ping demand was slack and what few cattle
had changed hands up to noon wsnt at
prices anywhere from lOe to 3 60 lower than
Wednesday and all of 6O0 iowsr than Mon
day. This was also true as to cows and
heifers, in fact outslds of the strictly de
sirable beef steers and butcher stock there
wss no very reliable market, and the trade
was in a very unsettled condition.
Notwithstanding the sharp slump in fat
cattle this week the demand for stock
cattle and feeding steers holds up wall and
anything with weight and quality la In ac
tive demand at fully steady, and ia soma
cases strong prices. On the ordinary Itxht
and medium weight stuff that lacks com
petition from the killers the market has
ocen very uncertain for 4 day or two and
prices ar In the neighborhood of 16o to
15c lower for tha week.
Quotations on cattle: Good to chains
beeves, $13.60016.65; fair to good beeves,
$13.26013.26; common to fair beeves, 39.00
(Suj.uo; good to cholcs yearllnas. S13.00A
16.00; fair to good yearlings, $13.00 0 18.00;
common to fair yearlings, 69.00011.60;
prime heavy grass beeves, $12.60019.60;
good to cholca grass beeves, $11.00012.60;
fair to good grass beeves, $9.60010.76; com
mon to fair grass beeves, 37.6009.35; good
to choice heifers, 37.6009.00; good to choice
cows, $7.2608.36; fair to good eows, $6,600
i.u; common to fair; eows, 85.0006.60;
prima feeders, $9.60011,80; good to choice
feeders. $8.0009.00; fair to good (seders,
$7.0008.00; common to fair feeders, 36.60
06.50; good to choice stockers. 37.76AI.7K
stock heifers, $6.5001.00; stook cows, $6.00
wi.svj siock caivei, 66.OO09.OO; veal calves,
$8.00013.26; bulls, stags, etc., $5.5006.25.
930 $5 76
864 ( 25
643 8 76 8 ,. 860
Hi 7 00 40.,.,,,,.
719 7 30 11
710 7 60 9
767 65 28,.
706 S 10 9 980
.1119 t 00 2 1090
.1806 9 76 17 1188
1$ $73 10 60
610 $6 16
460 6 36
.1315 10 00
.1300 11 00
33 steers.. 1009 9 76 16 cows, . ,.1001
17 steers.. 1208 11 76
9 steers.. 923 8 00 9 heifers. 412
Icalf 118 3 00 46 steers.. 1073
HogS Hog Prices Suffered inntlla, ahaen
decline this morning though receipts were
reai moaerate. (snippers bought what few
hogs they wanted at prices that wera 160
S5o lower, while tha earlier sacklna- hn
were 26060c lower. Only a partial elar-
ancs had been mads at 11 o'clock. Bniir
was selling around $16.30016.70, whllo
shippers paid up to $17.75 for best kinds.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av.
17. .262 40 IS 25 78. .245
Sioux City Wve Stock Market.
Sioux City, la., Sept. 6. Cattle Reeelnts.
1.500 head: market weak; beef steers. 37.50
016.00; fat cows and heifers. S6.5O09.OO;
oanners. 35.0006.25; stockers and feeders.
$7.50 011.00; calves. $8.0012.60; bulls,
stags, etc., f8.O0A8.00; feeding cows and
Hoas Receipts. 2,000 head: market
60075c lower; lights, $16.25fi17.00; mixed,
816.017.25; heavy. 816.00ifl18.60: pigs.
$13.00014.00; bulk of sales, 816.10ifil6.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 1,000 head!
St. Joseph Mve Ktoek Market.
St. Joseph. Sept. 6. Cattle Receipts.
3.700 head; market lower: steess. $8,000
15.60: eows andlieifers. 35.25014.50; calves,
Hogs Receipts. 4.200 hitd: market lower:
top, 31S.25; bulk of salfs. $17.00018.00;
heavy packers, 817.00017.15;, mixed pack
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 3.000 head;
market steady; lambs, $10.60017.50; ewes,
Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis, Sept. 6. Flour Market un
Barley $l.01. 19.
Rye $1.78(5 1.80.
Corn No. 3 yellow, S2.0S ffi 2.10.
Oats No. 3 white. 551$ 66c.
Flaxseed 33.21ft 3.33',4.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York, Sept. 6. Evaporated Annies
Quiet; choice. 134 014c; prime. 13H013O.
Dried Fruits Prunes, firm; Callfornlas.
01H4c: Oregons. 10g10Uc. Apricots, firm;
fancy, 20c. Peaches, firm; standard, lOVic;
choice, lOftc: fancy, 12c. Raialns, steady;
loose muscatel, 74 0 9c; choice to fancy,
seeded. 7HVic; seedless, 901Oc; Lon
don layers, $1.80.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah. On., Sept. 6. Turpentine
Flrmi 4c; sales, 104 barrels; receipts, 242;
shlomentn. 179; stock, 34.669.
Rosin Firm: ssles. 1.131 barrels: re
relnts. 972 barrels; shipments, 200; stock,
Ouote: B. P. E F, O, $5.85; H. $5.40;
I $5.46; K, 35.5506 60; M. 86.85; N, $6,760
6.80; WO. 37.06; WW, $7.26.
Kansas City Grain Market.
Kansas City. Sept 6. Corn No. t mixed,
$1.9802.00; No. 2 white, $2.1003.12; No. 2
yellow, 32.08; September, $1.62; December,
Oats Oats No. 3 white, 68M0684ie;
No. 2 mixed, 57063c.
New Tork Dry Goods Market,
New York, Sept, 6. Cotton goods wece
ouiet foday and bsrely steady on print
cloths and other gray goods. Yarns were
"'t dull. Jieii' wear were very quiet;
raw ...Ik barclj ttcttOy. I
70 16 40
80 16 60
$0 16 60
... 16 76
... 16 85
70 17 00
80 17 36
150 IS 3D
80 16 45
40 16 66
110 16 65
150 If 80
160 16 90
40 17 36
... 17 76
Sheep Sheep and lamb receipts were by
far tha largest of tha season and with a
less urgent feeder demand prlcea took a
lower turn. Offerings wero not as desir
able as they have been and real good feed
ing lambs were not overly plentiful despite
the slzs of the total run. A few early sales
looked 10 0 25a lower, soms of the llghest
lambs here bringing $17.90. Packers were
talking sharply lower and bad not made
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
fair to choice, $16.26016.75; lambs, culls.
$14.00016.25; lambs, feeders $16.76017.90;
yearlings, fair to choice, $11.60012.60; year
lings, feedors, $11.60013.00; wethers, fair to
choice, 310.6001200: ewes, fair to choice,
$9.76 010.76; ewes, culls and feeders, 37.000
10.00; awes, breeders, all ages, $10.60017,00.
80 Wyoming breeding ewes. 103
1,600 Idsho feeder Iambs
126 cull feeder lambs
123 native feeder lambs...
103 Idaho lambs
1,968 Wyoming feeder lambs,
114 Idaho feeder lambs
231 S. D, feeding ewes ...
95 t 10 00
Receipts, fair; demand, very quiet on both
prairie hay and alfalfa; market lower on
prairie hay. .
Prairie, cholca upland, $19.66020.60; No.
1. $17.60019.60; No. 2, $13.600 16.60; No. 8.
Alfalfa, choice. $22.00023.00; No. 1, $20.00
021.00; standard. $17.00019.00; No. i, $16.00
017.00; No. 3, fll.00 013.00.
Midland, No. 1. $16.60018.60; No. 2, $12.60
Lowland, No. 1, 39.50011.60; No. !, $7.00
08.60; No. 3, $6.0006.00.
Straw, oat, $8.0008.60; wheat, $7,000
New Tork Metal Market
New York, Sept. 6. Metal Exchange
quotes lead steady; spot,39.624. 010.12.
Spelter, steady; spot East St. Louis deliv
New Tork, Sept. f. Copper Dull; elec
trolytic, spot, nominal; fourth quarter,
Iron Market ateady and unchanged.
Metal exchange quotes tin easy at 861.00.
At London: Lead, spot, 30 10s; futures,
129 10s. Spelter, spot, 54; futures, 50.
At London Copper: Spot, 120 ; fntures,
119 10s; electrolytic, 6137. Tin: Spot,
1241; futures, 240.
St. Louis Grain Market.
St. Louis, Sept t. Wheat No. t hard,
Corn No. t. $2.0$; No. 1 yellow, 32.10;
September. 31.67: December. 81.11.
Oats No. 2, S6U0S7Vc; No. I white,
London Sliver Market.
London, Sept. .Silver Bar, 48ftd per
Money 8 per cent.
Discount Rates Short bills, 4?i per cent;
thrus-inonth bills, 4 13-16 per cont
Corn Market Strong, Advanc
ing from Five to Eight
Cents Over Wednes
Omaha. Sept. 6, 1917.
Receipts today amounted to twelve ears
of wheat, thirty-five cars of eorn, thirty,
nine cars of oats and four cars of barley.
Buyers and sellers In corn wsre uncertain
and did not gt together till about noon,
up to this time not a sale being mads. The
market on corn waa very strong, advancing
from 60 to 3c over yesterday's prices, ths
white and ysllow varieties being quoted at
the higher prices. The No. 3 yellow sold at
33.10, while the mixed corn of the same
grade brought 83.00 and $3.03. and a part
car No. 3 mixed new white sold for 33.10.
The oats market waa very active and
there waa a good demand for this cereal
at generally unchanged prices, while sales
of the No. 3 white were made at a 4o de
cline, this grade selling at 66 o and ths No.
1 white at the same price. The commer
cial grade of No. 3 white waa unchanged
and sold at 61 Mo and 56 He, the bulk selling
at the lower price. The No. 4 grade brought
56c, while the sample grade ranged In price
from 66c to ilc.
There were no arrivals of rye reported in,
but a part car of No. 3 sold at $1.74, this
quotation being unchanged from yesterday's
Barley had a firm tone and sales of ths
No. 3 were made at 31.21.
There were twelve cars of wheat In the
market and these wsre taken by Charles
Neal, district agent of the government's
food control corporation. Local millers
bought soms of these, while those not dis
posed of will go Into storsge.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 391.000 bu.; corn, none; oats, 644,000
Primary wheat receipts were 616,000 bu.
and shipments 401,000 bu., sgalnsti receipts
of 1.618,000 bu. and shipments of 1,334,000
bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 287,000 bu.
and shipments 260,000 bu., against receipts
of 838,000 bu. and shipments of 374,000 bu.
last yoar. '
Primary oats receipts wsre 3.137,000 bu.
and shipments 1,189,000 bu., against receipts
of 1,841,000 bu. and shipments of 1,089,000
bu. last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
.. 88 41 199
omaha , 13 86 39
Kansas City 41 f 69
St. Louis 97 16 It
Winnipeg 318 ... ...
These ssles were reported today:
Wheat No. 3 hard winter; 1 backhead,
$3.13; 1 car seed. 33.13; 1 ear (yellow),
33.08. No. 4 hard winter: t cars, 81.01. No.
6 hard winter: t car (smutty with $Vt per
cent rye), $1.97. Sample hard winter. 1
car (live weevil). $3.03, No. 3 red spring!
2 cars. $3.10. No. I red spring: 1 ear,
$3.07; 1 car (smutty), $2.07. No. t north
ern spring: 1 csr, $3.13. No. 3 mixed: 1
car (common and red durum), 33.13. No.
8 mixed: 1 car (hard and red spring), $3.0$.
Sample mixed: 1 car (hard and red spring,
Rye No. 3: 3-6 car, $1.74.
Barley No. $: 2 cars, 31.31; 3-8 ear,
Corn No, 3 white: tt car, $3.10. No. 1
yellow: 1 car, 32.10 j 3 3-6 ears, 33.10. No.
3 yellow- 3 3-6 cars, $3.16. No. 3 mlxsdi
H car (near White), $3.10; S cars, $3.04; 4
ears, $3.0$; $ cars, 32.03; 1 ear, $2.00. No.
$ mixed: car (near white), $2.09; 1 ear,
(near white), $3.07 Hi H car, (near yel
low), $3.06; 1 3-1 cars, $2.03. No. 4 mixed:
1 car, $3.01. Sample mixed: t car, $1.98,
Oats No. 1 whltet 1 car, 56 "to. No. 3
white; 4 can, 66. Standard 1 t ears,
64c. No. i white; 1 car, 66ei II 3-6
ears, 66 Ho. No. 4 whltet $ cars, 64c Sam
ple white 1 t 3-6 ears, 66 e; I ears, 16 e;
2 cars, 65 He; t car, 66c. No. 4 mixed! 1
car, 68 Ho. Sample mixed. 1 ear, 530.
Omaha Cssh Prices: Corn: No. t white.
$3.t9H0llO; No. t whits, $2.O8V10J.O9;
No. 3 ysllow, 31.1003.10; No. 3 ysllow,
32.01 02.10; No. 3 mixed, $3.0203.04; No,
3 mixed. 8J.02 02.03. Oats No. a white.
66UA64Vc: standard. 6066e: No. $
white. 6ftt066Hc: No. 4 white, 66 HO 660.
Barley Malting, ll.HOl.il; wo.. 1 rasa,
$1.1301.13. Rye No. i, $1.7101.71; No. I,
Local rangs of optional
"Xft. Open.' High. I Low.j Close. Tee
Dec. I 1 06 J 0 IOC 1 06 lOt
May. I 1 04 1 04 104 1 04 104
Oats. I ' .
Sept i 86 IS II 65 II
Dee. I5H 66H 16 86 H H
Chicago oloslng prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan ft Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
316 South Sixteenth street, Omsha: ,
High. I Lew.
I 31 46
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. ,
Higher Temperatures and Absence of Frosts
Brings Cera Decline.
Chicago, Hi.. Sept. I. Higher tern
peratures and absence of frosts that had
been expected brought about a decline to
day In the value of eorn. Prloee elossd
stsady at a nst decline of to e, with
December at $1.13 to $1.11 and May at
$1.08. Oats ftnished unchanged to c
lower. In provisions the outcome was an
advance of 7010c to 32c.
Corn traders found themsslvsa confronted
by conditions exactly opposite to what had
been looked for. Instsad of a southward
sprsad of unseasonably cold wsatbsr, re
ports from Kansas, Missouri and Nsbraake
told of rising temperatures and of prospects
that the mercury would In some section
ascsnd to 100 dsgresa. Besides, the only
frost -heard of was a right touch In North
western Minnesota. A general return of
warmth and molatnrd seemsd likely to
hasten the maturity of the erop, and there
fore led to general selliog. Scantiness of
receipts here and Increased demand from
distillers who hold government oontraets
wsre mainly responsible for subsequent
rallies. Offerings from southern states aeted
as offset, however, and ths bears apparently
had the market well under control as the
Metalon cAtne to an end.
Oats sympathised with the decline et
corn. Buying on th part of seaooara ex
porters, though, and the factMhat receipts
from the country were somewhat light pre.
vented any radical weakness.
Arrivals of wheat proved to be little In
excess of local milling requirements. Slmilsr
conditions were said to prevail at Minna
noli. Omaha and Kansas City. Ths evt
dent slowness of the movement of supplies
was said to be largely due to country deal
ers, unfamlllarlty with the government
Psckers buying rallied the provision mar
it from sllsht setbacks due to lower quota
tions on hogs. Most of the purchasing waa
of lard and ribs.
Corn No. 2 yellow. 32.1703.13; No. I
yellow, $2.10: No. 4 yellow, nominal.
Oats No. $ white. S7i0t8e; standard,
Rye No. 3, $1.8201.82.
Pork 343.90. v
Butter Market firm; creamery. 51 0
Eggs Receipts, 6,761 eases; market un
changed. Potatoes Msrket unsettled; receipts. 20
cars; Jersey, bulk, fl. 1601.30; Minnesota,
bulk, 110.601.10; Wlsoonsln, 90c&$1.10.
Poultry Alive, market unsettled; fowls,
23c; springs, 24c.
HEW YORK STOCKS
Senate's Rejection of- Drastic
War Tax Measure Leads to
Improvement in Indus
New Tork. Sent., t. Stocks pursued a
contrary course during the sctlve periods,
of today's market. Industrials evincing a
stronger tone, while rails, a few represen
tative Issues excepted, dropped to lower
Improvement In the Industrial division
was eommonly ascribed to the aeaste's re
jection of the drastic war tax meauure. Fur
ther weakness of secondary rails wss sgaln
traceable to recognised conditions, chiefly
of a flnsnclal character.
New Tork Central registered tne new
minimum of 74 and New Haven fell grad
ually to the low record of 25, while St.
Paul made Its minimum price of many
years at 621. Union Paelflc and a few other
investment Blocks scored extreme gains or
I to 3 points, most of which was relin
United states gteei was extremely irreg
ular, opening at an extreme gain of 1 to
169, reacting almost two points, then
rallying to 108. Its final quotation of 108
represented a net gain of of a point.
Other equipments were In fair demand and
extteme gains of 1 to 3 points, but these.
too, were surrendered. Crucible Steel, how
ever, making a net advance of 3 points.
Coppers . were temporarily stimulated by
reports of home and foreign government
contracts and other war supply Issues
strengthened in sympathy. These gains
were' materially reduced or altogether lost
toward the end, when rails were at lowest
prices and motors developed acute weak
ness. Oeneral Motors dropping I point.
Sales amounted to 490,000 shares.
Easier rail money waa counterbalanced
by sailer time funds.
Bonds wsre heavy, the Liberty issue re
maining stsady. however, at 99.8t to 99.93.
Total bond sales (par value) aggregated
United States bonds (old Issues) were un
changed on call.
Number of sales and range of prices of
the leading stocks:
Salea. High. Low. Close.
Amer. Beet Sugar. 1,400 86 33 84
American Can 3,300 41 40 41
Amer. C, ft F.... 8,100 70 70
Amer. Locomotive 3,100 61 60 61
Amer. ff. ft R... 4,300 95 93 94
Amer. Sugar Rsf. 3,400 116 109 110.
Amer. T. ft T.... 300 117 117 117
Amer. Z. L. ft 8. 300 16 17 18
Anaconda Copper.. 11.300 70 48 49
Atchison 3.800 97 96 96
A.. O. Sb W. I. S.. 1.300 Mi 98V 93
Baltimore ft Ohio. 1,900 67 16 66
Butte ft Sup. Cop. 4.000 29 26 26
Cal. Petroleum..... 300 17 14 17
Canadian Pacific, 1,000 157 166 165
Central Leather .. 1.40 84 13 83
Ches. ft Ohio 1,000 18 16 16
Chi., Mil, ft St P. 6,000 64 63 42
Cht. ft N. W 600 lOt 106 106
C. R. I. A P. etfs. tl
Chlno Copper 1,300 63 13 63
Colo. F. ft I...... 600 46 45 44
Corn Products Ref. 12,000 28 17 -17
Crucible Steel .... 54,300 69 64 68
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 3.000 29 28 38
Distillers' Sec 3,300 26 26 25
Erie 14,200'- 31 2t 20
General Electric .; 300 147 147 141
General Motor ... 13,100 108 101 103
Ot No. pfd ...... 700 104 103 102
Gt No. Ore ctfs... 3,200 34 33 84
Illinois central...., 460 103 103 101
Inspiration Cop.,,1 1.100 14 63 63
Int M. M. pfd.,,.. 13,300 90 89 89
Intsr. Nickel .... 1,100 36 36 - 36
Inter. Paper 1.900 17 2i 28'
K. C Southern ... 300 18 18 13
Btenneooii topper, a.suo 41 fi i
Louis. A Nash.,.. ....; .... ....130
Maxwell Motors .. 900 33 83 21
Msx. Petroleum... 4,106 11 19 90
I Ml tfVklB.au 4K
Missouri Facino., '1,700 .31 38 28
Montana Power 490 86 16 85
Nevada Copper .. 800 38 23 23
New Tork Ctral. $1,900 77 74 74
N. T N, H. A H. 13,100 80 25 20
Norfolk A West. 600 114 114 114
Northern Pacific. 1,800 100 99 99
Paclflo. Mall .... 100 37 !I6 26
racine t. s t. -. 13
Pennsylvania .1... 4,600 11 11 lit;
Pittsburgh-Coal . .. .... 10
Ray Cons. Copper. .... .... 26
Reading ..... .... 12
Republic I. A 8... ., v. 11
Bhattuck Art. Cop. 700 28 23 23
Southern Pacific. 3,300 91 90 90
Southern Ry .... 3,600 36 26 26
Studebaker Corp,, 1,600 44 43 42
Texas Co 2.200 167 163 163
Union Paclflo .... 10.300 139 127 127
U. S. Ind. Alcohol. 1,900 184 131 112
U. 8. St) $18,400 109 107 108
U. 8. Steel pfd..,. 1,800 116 114 114
Utah Copper 7,200 19 96 97
Wabash pfd "B".. 700 34 24 24
Western Union .. 600 90 t9 90
West. ' Electric... t 1,800 46 46 46
Total, sale for the day, 690.000 share.
v New York Moaey Market.
Nw Tork, Sept I. Mercantile Paper
106' per cent.
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day bills, 34.7:';
commercial, . sixty-day bills en - banks,
34.71; commercial, sixty-day bills, $4.71:
demand, 34.76; cables, 64 76 7-16; francs
demand, $1.77; cable. fS.76; guilders,
demand, 41 o; cables, 480. .
Government Bonds Steady,
. Railroad Bond Irregular.
L Tim Loan Firm; fO days, 101' per
oem; so asys, w per cent; six months,
$0$H Per1 cent
Call Money Easter; high, 4 per cent;
low, 1 per cent; ruling rate, 4 per cent;
oloslng bid,' I per cent; of farad. per
cent; last loan, Hi per cent,
U. S. 8s, rg.,.. 16 Kan. C. So. r. Is 83
U. S. Is, coupon 87 L. A N. un. 4s 86 i
U. S. 3s, ret.... ttM K ft T 1st 4 66
V. S. 4s, rg...,105Mo. Pao, gen. 467
U. 8. 4s. coupon J05Mont Power 6s.. 93
Pan. 3 coupon 80 N. T. Cn. deb. 6 98
Am. For. 80. I II No. Pacific 4s. i 18
Am. T. A T. e. I $8 No. Paolfio Is. . 61
Anglo-French 6 93 Ore. 8. L. ref. 4 86
Arm. A Co. 4s 89 P, T. A T. Is. . 95
Atchinson gen. 4 88Pnn. eon 4.. 11
Bait A Ohio 4a.. 64Penn. gen. 4.. flu
Ctn. Leather I 91 'Reading gen. 4 88
Cen. Paclflo 1st 30 8. L. A 8. F. a. 6s 14
Ches. A O. cv. Is 13 80. Pae. ov. Is.. 96
C. B. A Q., J. 4a 91 "So. Pes. ref. 4a 10
C M A S P g 4s 10 80. Railway I.. 16
C. R. I. A P. r 4s ffTsx. A Pac. 1st 14
Colo A So r 4s 76 Union Paclflo 4s 10
D. A R. Q. ref. I 67 Union Pao. cv. 4 17
D. of C. Is (1931) 95 U. 8. Rubber I 18
Erie gen. 4s 61 U. 8. Stesl I.. 103
Gen. Else. is.. ..101 Wabash 1st 100
Ot. NO. 1st 4s 40 West Union 4 s 93
111. Csn, ref. 4s 14 'West Union 4s II
Int. M, M. ... $1 'Bid.
New Tork, Sept. I. Coffee The market
for coffee futures sagged off again today
under small offerings, which came partly
from trade source and were accompanied
by talk of slightly easier offers In the cost
snd freight market. Otherwise ther was
little feature, and, after opening I to f
points lower, prlcss held within a range ef
2 or $ points, or between $.07e and 8.06c for
May. The close wa I to 4 point net
lower. 'Bales, 16,260 bags. Closing bids:
September, 7.48c; October, 7.62c; December,
7.71e; March, 7.82c; May. 1.06c; July, 8.10c
Spot coffee, easier; Rio 7s, Ic; Santos 4s,
lOo. It was reported in the cost and irelght
market that well described Santos 4s sold
late yesterday at 9.26c and undeacrlbed at
t.Olo, London credit. Today' offers includ
ed 4s at 9.10c Private advice say that
soms opposition ha dvlopsd In Bras!! to
the proposed plan for government pur
chases ot dally receipts at Santos In exeess
of 80,004 bats. The official cables reported
a decline ef 71 rels at Rio. Santos spots
were unchanged and futures unchanged at
25 rels lower.
New Tork General Market.
New Tork, Sept. 4. Flour Unsettled;
spring patents, IU.16011.tO to arrive new,
and Kansas straights, 110.90011.40; all pew
to arrive; winter patents, .$10.80; winter
Rye Quiet; No, 1 -western, $1.10, 0, i. t,
Barley Steady; new, Callfornlas, $1.40, a,
I f., New York. -
Wheat Spot, steady; No. S red, No. t
hard, and No. 1 northern Duluth, $1.30, o.
t t, New York to arrive. ,
Corn Spot, strong; No. S yellow. $3.14,
and No. 2 mixed, $1.10, e. 1. f.. New York.
Oats Spot, , barely steady; standard, 60
Feed Firm: western bran, 100-pound
sacks, $33.60, and standard middlings,
$38.00; city bran, 100-pound sacks, 136.40.
086c. : ' ' -
Hop Steady; state, medium to choice,
1116, nominal; 1916. 14017c; Pacific coast.
1916, 20026c; 1915, 16019a
Hides Steady; Bogota, 43c; " Central
Leather Firm; hemlock, firsts, 57c; sec
Provisions Pork, atrong ;. mess, $48.60:
family, $45.00046.00; short clear, $44,000
46.00. Lard, firm; middle west, $23,700
Tallow Quiet; city special, loose. $11.00.
Wool Firm; domestic, fleece XX Ohio,
Rice Steady; fancy head, $0$o; blue
rose. 7 8c.
Butter Market firmer; receipts, 1.641
tubs; creamery higher than extras, 440
44e; extras (91 score), 43043e; first,
42043; seconds, 4O041c.
Eggs Market firmer; receipts, 17 411
cases; fresh gathered extras, 44046c, extra
firsts, 4!043o; firsts, 4O041c; seconds,
Cheese Market firm'; receipts, 3,765
boxes; state flat, fresh specials, " 14 0
3te; state, average run, is ts wjic ' t
Poultry Dressed firm; chickens, broil
ers, 21010c; fowl. 30037c; turkeys, 130
3 Jo. Live firm; chickens, :7028c; fowls,
26017c; no turksys.
New York Cotton Market.
New York. Sept f .Cotton Futures
opened steady; October. 11.10c; December,
10.98c; January, 20.80c; March, 21. 00c; May,
Cotton futures closed easy; October.
10.76c ; December, 30.86c; January. 20.11c;
March, 20.90c; May, 20.86c Spot, quiet;
The cotton market today closed barely
steady at a net decline of 31 to 60 points.
Liverpool Cettoa Market.
Liverpool, Sept. 4. Cotton pot In lim
ited request; prices ateady; goad middling,
16.00d; middling, I7.f0d; lew tnlddllng,
17.10d; tale, 3,000 balsa.