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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1917.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Board and Roorrf.
MOVING AND STORAGE
A COLLEGE or high school young lady to
assist witn housework In return for board
ana room In private family. Web. 3856.
BOARD and room (or 1 men willing to
snare large room. M. tig. 04 8. 35th,
CHILDREN to board by day or week; under
years. 3.o a week. Douglas 8311.
LARGE south room for 2. West Farnam. Pri-
te family. Harney 6056.
TABLE board, good home cooking. H. 830
FOR RENT FURNISHED
The Hyland, 18th and Nichoks.
Bteam heat and electric lights, newly
furnished apartments, (3.10 to IT per
week. Including lights, heat, water, jani
tor ana maid service, web. 4067.
8TRICTLT modern, nicely furnshed light
housekeeping suite, facing east, west and
south, la private, quiet, refined home on
car line. No children. 2906 N. 24th St.
SIX-ROOM modern house furnished. 4236
Patrick Ave. Walnut 1185.
FOR RENT HOUSES
A VERY desirable home In Bemis park,
with ball, living room, dining room, sun
room, three bedrooms, bath and sleeping
porch; oak finish and oak floors below;
furnace heat, water, gas, electricity and
sewer. 145 per month.
GARAGE FOR RENT.
' Room for one car; in Bemis park. 15.00
J. H. DTJMONT ft CO.,
416-1 Keellne Bldg. Phone Douglas 690.
8 fine rooms, very large sleeping porch;
garage for two cars; everything in splen
did condition; a very desirable home; pos
session at once.
ALLEN A BARRETT. Exclusive Agents.
513 Bee Bldg. Doug. 7768.
COTTAGE for rent at 64th and Military
Ave., li B montn. i;an penewn job
FOR .RENT t-roora modern bouse. 3515
Dewey Ave. Harney 1489.
TOR RENT KOUNTZE PLACE
HOME, 4 BEDROOMS AND
Full south front lot, lawn, flowers, fruit
trees, and grape arbor. Has garage in rear
built so it can be heated. All floor oak and
oak stairway; very elaborate lighting fix
tures; all walls are of high grade decora
tions; only one block from Lothrop school.
Children do not have to eross car line.
' Basement Is finished with coal bin and
vegetable room. House has A No. 1 heating
plant. Built for a home. For further In
formation or appointment call Traver
Brothers. 81 First National Bank Bldg.,
Phone Douglas 6886.
7-R. MODERN, 2019 Maple, very choice,
with garage, sleeping porch, $37.
OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AGENCY.
, Hastings ft Heyden, 1614 Har. Tyler 80.
FIVE-ROOM bungalow, Miller park, and
three-room, Central park; extra garden
' grounds with both. Red 7401.
A BARGAIN, 7-room flat, 4 large bedrooms,
20th and Cass. Only 145. Vacant Monday.
$30 NEW rooms, modern house. Will rent
from Oct 1. 2603 S. SOth St. Tel. Har
ney 6530. -
6-ROOM and den, all modern house, $27.50,
with garage, $30. 1541 S. 25th St. D.
925 7 -room, modern, east side, double
house. Bemis park, u. ecui.
172 S. 28TH ST., 6-r. (E. H. Benuer Co.,
Doug. 8406. J '
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
T-R. 2505 Pierce St .' 25.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT. '
5-R., 630 South 24th Ave $15.00
5-R., 287 Saratoga, 8t 20.00
5-R. $22 South 31st Ave $26.09
7- R. 17 South 26th St 25.00
-R. SOU Dewey Ave 27.60
8- R. 3901 North 17th St 80.00
8-R. 62 South 26th St 40.00
8-R. 11 Chicago St............. 25.00
10-R. 2231 Dodge St.. .... 40.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
10-R. 705 South 13th St ,$45.00
1 203 Booth 17th St. Doug. 5013.
. Office with HOME BUILDERS.
948 S. 31st, 6-rooms $20.00
3lT N. 2Hh, 5-r. cottage 27.60
2511 Farnam, 7-r . 47.60
Tyler 1636. 333 Securities Bldg.
7-R. NEW mod. house, 1215 Ellison Ave.,
oak finish, very choice, $35.
OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AGCY.,
Hastings ft Heyden, 1614 Har. Ty. 60.
114 N. 24TH St.,To-r.rall mod., $45.
612 8. 20th St., 6-r strictly modern, $37.60.
F. D. WEAD, 810 S. 18th St. Doug. 171.
Houses in all parts of the city.
- CR'GH. SONS A CO.. 60S Bee Bldg
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
25TH AVE. AND DOUGLAS,
t or 4 -room apartment, fireproof and
soundproof. Two disappearing Murphy
beds, automatlo elevator. Roof garden.
Strictly modern. Harney 2074.
CLOSfcl In rooms, suitable for etudlo, office,
dentist, dressmaker, etc., with living rms.
adjoining. T. F. Hall. 434 Ramge. P. 7406.
APARTMENTS, all sizes and prices, splen
did location. 24th and Farnam. . hvj.
NEW, t rooms with 2 built-in beds,
. small dressing room, built-in chiffonier;
very choice; wall safes, nice light rooms;
close In; no carfare; oak fin.; excellent
Janitor service. $37.50 sum.: $42.60 win
ter. Janitor will show you through.
OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AGENOY.
Hastings Heyden, 1614 Har. Tyler 60.
5 HEATED flats, 11th and Leavenworth, 6
and T rooms, strictly modern, $28 um-
mer, $40 winter. Doug. 8626. -FIRST
floor, strictly modern, heat and wa
ter furnished. Call Doug. 1864.
7-R. APARTMENT, $25; winter rate, $36;
steam heat Others $1$ and up, G. P.
Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
BEAUTIFUL 4-room apartment, walking
distance. Janitor, beat, etc; $40 summer,
$48.50 winter. Douglas 2392.
ESTABROOK apt, or office, facing 16th St.,
$25 month. Q. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
" PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Specialists In Apartment Management
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
GORDON VAN CO.
V- FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
Packing, storage and moving
211 N. 11th St. Phone Doug
METROPOLITAN VAN -AND
Expert services; prompt attention. Youi
moving, your packing, your storage.
Main Office, Central Furniture Store,
17th and Howard. Tel. Doug. 7785.
"-'L-J-U. A A SKRVICB
Phone Douglas 2SS for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving,
16th and Jackson Sts.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
802 a 16th. Douglas 4168.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
etonng. cell Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338
JP PPTpri Express Co.. Moving
. J. IXl-ilJU Pecking and Storage.
I20T Farnam St Web. 2748 Dug. 6141.
OUR BUSINESS IS MOVING.
Large van, two men, $1.50 per hour.
MAGQARD'S STORAGE CO.. Doug. 1496
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West Farnam District
Residence, seven rooms, three on first
floor oak, four on second White enamel,
hot water heat, tiled vestibule and bath.
Reasonable terms if desired.
ALFRED THOMAS. I
i $08 Farnam Bldg.
NEW, modern stores on Leavenworth, be
tween 24tfc and 25th Sts Low rent
JOHN W. ROBBIN8. 1802 FARNAM.
STOR EROOM for rent Sun Theater Bidg.
WORLD REALTY COMPANY (Realtors)
Douglas 8842. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN store, cor. 16th and Cass! Choice
location. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
MODERN store, 16th St., near postoffice,
$76. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Ill SOUTH 16th Steam heat
' JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas 664.
Office and Desk Room.
LOW-PRICED mod. offices. Farnam- Bldg.,
13 Farnam. (Old 1st Nat Bank Bldg.
FIRST TRUST CO.. (Realtors.) Tyler 600.
FIREPROOF building 22x100, with trackage
In front Call Douglas 722.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Houses and Apartments.
WHAT HAVE YOU FOR RENT
In the way of four, five or six-room mod
ern, up-to-date apartments? Preference
' will be given to those In better districts ef
the city. Want to deal direct with own
ers, no agents
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 101.
EIGHT-ROOM house, Bemis Park district
preferred, by Oct 1. No children. H. 1B80.
WANTED TO RENT A small furnished
apartment in West Farnam district for
one month, beginning about Oct. IS, to be
occupied by adults only. Satisfactory ref
erences will be furnished. , Box 7386,
LIST your rental property with us. Have
waiting list. Call today.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
129-10 City Nat Doug. 8862.
3012 DAVENPORT ST.
Have Just listed an exceptionally well
built 7-room, fully 2-story home, oak fin
ish throughout; fireplace, beamed ceilings,
full basement, floored attic, garage, large
south front lot; close to St John's church
.and Crelghton university. Price $6,000.
245-7-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 60.'
In West Farnara district, S rooms,
strictly modern, hot water heat; lot 48x
111, fruit trees and shrubbery. Owner
leaving city offers this for quick sale at
$4,000. Terms. Owner, H. 6734.
SACRIFICE SALE $3,700.
6-r., strictly mod., newly built; brick
fireplace and built-in features; oak floors
throughout; 1 block to car. F. D. Wead,
310 S. 18th St.
TWO houses and one store at 4122 Hamilton
Bt. Make me an orrer. narney tivv.
Located high and sightly, $2d, near De
catur street Wr sold seven In, this loca
tion last season. Has five rooms, closets
and bath, full basement, large, roomy
porch. All decorated with high-grade pa
per, tile in kitchen and bath. Shades
and electric fixtures. Oak finish in living
and dining rooms, pedestal opening with
bookcases. Price $2,925. Substantial first
payment, balance monthly like rent This
Is $3,250 value. Call for appointment,
. TRAVER BROS.,
Phone D. 688$. lit First Nat Bank.
$300 DOWN-$30 A MONTH.
6-room full two-story house. Oak fin
ish and oak floors. Full basement, fur
nace heat . East front, large lot, owner
f has reduced price from $3,500 to $3,300
for this week only. v
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
637 Omaha- Nat. Bank. Doug. 1781.
Will sell below cost 6-room all-modern
except heat cottage, almost new;- south
front; has some fruit; chicken yard In
rear. This is located at 8110 Burdette,
cl6se to car. Price $l-,200. Can give
819 First Nat. Bank.
2819 Davenport St. $4,500
A very well built home with four rooms
first floor and four bedrooms second; all
In good condition and modern throughout,
lot, 60x132; paving paid In full; located
convenient to Crelghton college and walk
ing dlstanoe. Terms fairly easy.
GLOVER & SPAIN, .
919-20 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Biggest Value in Omaha
$250 Down $25 Per Month
Dandy full two-story, 6-room square
house, strictly modern In every respect.
Garage and barn. Choice south front cor
ner lot, one block to car. Price only
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
-Seven rooms with sun room; hot water
heat, with garage; one-half block to car;
only built a few seasons. This is strictly
first clans. Will sacrifice. Douglas 6886.
Traver Bros., 819 First National Bank.
A Dandy for $2,900
Six rooms and bath, strictly modern;
oak finish, bookcases, buffet and writ
ing desk, built-in; lot 60x100; $450 down,
$26 per month. .s
OSBORNE REALTY CO., '
701 Om. Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
NEW bungalow, 6-r. and bath, strictly mod.,
built-in buffet and cupboards; oak finish;
rooms all decorated; full basement; fur
nace heat; lot 40x138 ft; one block to
school and car. Price cut to $3,950. Easy
RASP BROS.. 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
W FARNAM SMITH 4k CO..
Roal Estate and Insurance,
IStO rarnsm St. Doug. 1064
R. S. TRUMBULL,
1305 1st Nat Bk. Bldg. D. 2734.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF, Realtor, Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACKAGE Fine site on B. ft M. R. R. ;
slxe 95x165; oaa be bought cheap. C A.
Orimmel. phone Douglas 1615.
REAL ESTATE Investment.
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY SON.
629 First Nati Bank Bldg.
CORNER 17th and Chicago $48.00
Twelve-R. house, renting $45.00
F. D. WEAD, (10 8. 18th.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
I OFFER for sale 160 acres lake shore, 70
acres open, fine buildings, some hay and
stock, auto, at J45.0J an acre with $1,500
cash, balance at 6 per cent; HO acres on
state auto road, 3 miles from town, 140
acres open, fair buildings. 0 bead stock,
horses,- hogs, auto, machinery and all
crops at sr an acre with one-halt cash.
Forty acres 2 miles out all cleared, fair
Buildings, lots ot stoot, horses machinery
and crops all go at $3,500 cash. John
Roth, Flnlayson, Minn.
LIVE STOCK MARKET GRAIN AND PRODUCE
130 acres, heavy soil, 60 miles west ot
Minneapolis; 76 seres cultivated, balance
limber, pasture; good l-room house, barn
and other outbuildings; S horses, 6 cows,
6 head ot young stock. hogs, chickens,
turkeys and all this year's crop, consist
ing ot 25 acres extra good corn and small
grain; all goes at $65 per acre; $4,006
cash, balance 6 per rent.
McMICHAEL INVESTMENT COMPANY.
600 Wllmao Bldg. Minneapolis. Minn.
SHERIDAN, Dawes. Rock and Dundy Co.
. improved ranches, clear, for sale or ex
change. a 8. A a E. MONTGOMERY.
Douglas 4310. 627 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
I HAVE 640 acres of land in brown Co.,
Neb., for trade for furnished hotel in
country town. $116 8. 22d St Omaha.
Paul Sydon, agent
INVKSTIUAM my system; Omaha Realty
Trading Co.. II Patterson Blk Tyler 255.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINI B LUSA 200 dif
ferent buyers doclded that it was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand t hy the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
FREE for clearing, few acres of willow;
ncn river oottom land, Red 7401.
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lots. Price $220, only
$2 cash and 50 cents pef week. Doug. 3392
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR SALE 6 delivery wagons at your
price. Haarman vinegar at Pickle Co.,
1914 S. 20th St.
MUST SELL at once, team of horses, har
ness and wagon. Make offer, 646 S.
21st St. Douglas 6447.
FOR SALE Two loe wagons. A. W. Bonner,
33d and Evans.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
FOR SALE IN BENSON GARDENS.
ONE acre, lot No. 197, with some useful im
provements; very cheap If bought this
fall. Inquire at the Bank of Benson.
Phone B. 163 or at 68th and Grant Sts.
A. F. Ahlstrom.
A NW DUNDEE HOUSE
Strlotly modern and exceptionally well
built, we can sell for $500 CASH and the
BALANCE MONTHLY. '
'. The first floor has a large living
room, light attractive dining room open
ing out of It and a convenient kitchen.
Four bedrooms on the second floor one ot
which can bo converted Into a sleeping
porch, and complete bath.
The finish on the first floor is oak and
the second flqor French Gray enamel. The
floors throughout are selected oak.
The price of $4,600 is much below actual
cost today. Anyone wanting a good Dundee
home at a low price should see this home.
GEORGE 'AND COMPANY
902 City Nat. Bank Building,
Phone Doug. . 766; Realtors.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes Before buying be
sure and see
GEORGE & CO.
HOMES and home sites in Dundee.
SHUER & CARY. 204 Keellno. D. 6074.
Two Blocks to Car
$1,375 $13.75 MontH-
This Is northwest of Mlnne Lusa addi
tion, Ju'st off of Forest Lawn boulevard
at 40th St. You can take this tract and
put one-half In fruit and devote part to
poultry and a little garden, and you will
have an ideal country home. East front.
Most accessible acreage around Omaha.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
m Harney Bt. - Phone Tyler 60.
FIVE, ten fifteen or twenty acres, close in;
I37S per acre and up. Tel. wal. 3466.
TEN acres, close in, lays fine. $4,000. TeL
Paved Road Car Line
$800, $10 Cash, $10 a Month
Whether you buy for a home or an In
vestment, this acre cannot be beat. Take
an hour off and let me show you this
beautiful spot. Located Just outside of the
city limits; high and sightly, overlooking
Seymour lake and miles of surrounding
country; close to school, church and stores.
Call Tyler 60 and ask for Mr, Clark,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
1614 Harney St.
$100 CASH. .
S rooms with stairway to floored attic,
oak finish In living rooms, nicely deco
rated, east front, full cement basement,
permanent walks, - all modern, exterior
stucco and frame, located high and sight
ly on North 47th Ave. just south of Bed
ford. Price $3,404; $100 down, balance
C. C. CARLBERG,
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
$100 CASH $15 MONTHLY.
Nice little cottage on South 11th St
bouelvard, rented for $13 per month; will
sell to reliable man for $1,200 on these
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO..
603-4' Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 420.
ONE 5-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition; live In one and
rent the other. . Price for both, $2,750.
Vory easy terms.' No. 2433 8. 20th St
NORRI3 ft NORRI8. ,
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4270.
6-ROOM cottage, strictly modern, very beet
condition; now vacant 1031 8. (1st St
Tel. Walnut 1914.
$75 Cash, $20 Per Month
This brand new four-room houss In
good neighborhood where practically all
the houses ars new. Is offered on these
very easy terms. The house is very com
plete. Has full plumbing, attractive light
fixtures, cemented basement screens, ete.
See this at once. Phone Harney 3556.
CLASSY BUNGALOW ;
Five-room bungalow, classy outside and
Price $2,859, reasonable terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL
642 Paxton Block.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE have several good reliable buyers for
- 6 and (-room houses and bungalows with
$200 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co.. Tyler 496. Wol Omaha Nat Bank
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments; have parties waiting. Western
Real Estate. 412 Karbach Blk. D. 3607.
IF you want quick action on your prop,
erty. list It with me.
. LUND, 420 ROSE BLDO., TYLER 75S.
WE have customer for handsome brick
residence In desirable district F. D.
Wesd. 210 8. 18th St.
ARNDT ft TAYLOR can assist you. 1626
Laird St Webster 2039. .
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Land for Sale in Kit Car-
son Co., Colo., by
PARKE & PARKE, Agts.
145 S. 11th.
Lincoln, Nebraska. .
330 acres very . choice farm land within
three and one-half miles of Burlington.
This Is all steam plow land an exceptional
bargain at $16 per acre. Will carry $2,500
at 4 per cent for five years.
: 160 sores (or 320 If desired) within one
and one-half miles of Burlington. Price $20
per acre. We have bargains In quarters,
' half sections and sections, from $10 to $40
per aore, according to lay of land, distance
from town. Improvements, etc.
"If It's for sale in Kit Carson county,
Colo., we can ahow it." It you are look
ing for a place to make your home or
' for an Investment we can suit you.
167 acres, 7 miles from town; 9-room
house, good-sized barn, good out buildings,
' fair orchard, good location, land lays level
to gently rolling; 127 acres in cultivation,
49 acres In blue grass pasture. Price for 15
days $136 per acre. Mortgage $16,000 that
runs until March, 1922. For sale by Olass
ft Clark, Osceola, la. -
WOULD ' trade eighty acres of land In Fu
laskt county, Missouri. What have you?
Box 7375. Omaha Bee. -
GOOD corn laijd. east Texas. $26 an acre.
Oct my free book.
W. 8. FRANK. 201 Neville Block, Omaha
Corn,. Wheat and Alfalfa
Farm, Near Omaha
A very productive, rolling, upland farm
of 92 acres with black loam soli and clay
sub-soil; 66 acres in cultivation, 10 acres
in pasture, 16 acres In heavy timber; good
buildings; t wells, fenced and cross,
fenced. Price $113 per aero, 1-3 rash, bal
ance long time at 6 per cent. This firm
is located 14 miles from a good rail
road town with good school and oliurches;
13 miles from Omaha city limits.
With alfalfa bringing $17 to $25 and
hogs $17 in Omaha and "Uncle Sam"
guaranteeing $2 for wheat any thrifty
farmer can pay for this land In three or
four years. Don't assumo that this is not
good land because the price is cheap. Let
us ahow It to you.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
418-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Douglas 690.
320 ACRES, unimproved, Perkins county,
wheat land, god soli, 1 mile to station;
will sell on easy terms or take clear prop
erty for one-half ot value and carry bal
ance for term of years. 4 SO acres, unim
proved, Perkins county, wheat land, good
soil, 3 miles from station; will exchange
for Improved quarter In central Nebraska
or sell on easy terms. Miner ft Bradley,
Box 636, Grand Island, Neb.
SMALL Nebraska tarm'o neasy payments
6 acres up. We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
associations 6th and Howard Sts., Omsba.
FOR SALE Cheap, my improved 166-acr
farm near Ponca, Neb.; easy terms, if
desired. Address Dr. C. W. Olllln, 116
F. L ft T. Bldg., Sioux City. Ia.
A FIRST-CLASS 320-acre farm 4 4 miles
from Hartlngton, Neb. Well Improved
and all good land: will sell or exchange.
8ee O. A. Kull. Oakland, Neb.
320-ACRE, 3 miles 8, W. Coleridge, well Im
proved. $135 per acre. Easy terms. Paul
Peterson, 362-4 Brandels Thea. Bldg., D.
SEVERAL good northeast Nebraska farm
bargains; essy terms if desired. A, A.
Patzmpn, 628 Securities Bldg.
FOR SALE Imp. farm, mile to modern
town. Peter Rock, Mason City, Neb.
LIST your lands for quick results with C.
J. Canan. 310 McCarue Bldg., Omaha.
"Heart of the Range."
Jordan valley project, Oregon. 44,000
acres Irrigated land. Free map. Next ex
cursion October 3.
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
940 First Nat. Bank Bids;., Omaha. Neb.
HOMESTEAD LAND 640 acres. You get
section ot good land In Wyoming, close to
railroad; best soil, good water. Come at
once. 1812 Dodge St., Apt 4, Omaha, Neb.
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years. Interest. 6 per cent, 6 4
per oent and 6 per cent PETERS TRUST
CO.. 1621 Farnam St., Omaha, Nek
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
6. 64 and 6 per cent Reasonsblye com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO
212 South 17lh, Omaha, Neb.
$1,800 M'TOE. bearing 6 pet. semi-annually;
secured by property valued at $5,480. Tal-maga-Loomis
Inv. Co.,- W. O. W. Bldg.
' - H. W. BINDER.
Money on band for mortgage loans.'
City National Bank Bids;.
8HOPEN ft CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
Heavy Ran of Cattle Continues,
With Market Ten Cents
Lower; Big Advance in
Omaha, Sept. 20. 1917.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 17,278 3.974
Official Tuesday 12,114 4,893
Official Wednesday ..11.901 S.115
Estimate Thursday .. 7,400 4.000
Four day this week ..48.6)3 18.983 137.613
Same days last week.. 23.818 11.876 107.147
Sams days t wks. ago. 39,817 18.120 94,376
Same days 3 wks. ago. 86. 415 10.649 90,343
Same days 4 wks. ago. 43.341 24.924 46,284
Same days last year.. 46,634 30,206 136.937
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Slock yards, Omaha, Nem., for
iwenty-rour hours ending at I o clock p.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C, M. ft St. P 4
Missouri Paciflo ..1
Union Paciflo .... 33 16 67
C. ft N. W east... 9 9 1 ...
C. A N. W.. west.. 118 24 1 3
C, St. P.. M. ft O. . 1 6 , ... 1
C. B. ft Q., east.... 9 2 1 ...
C, B. ft Q., west.. 70 10 22
C, R. I. ft P.; east. 6 6
C R. I. ft P., west. 1 1
Illinois Central ... 3 3
Chi. Ot West 3 1
Total receipts ...303 80 $4 4
Morris A Co. ..
Swift ft Co.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Cudahy Pack. Co 1.734
Armour ft Co 1,160
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Pack. Co 61
S. O. Pack. Co 22
Cudahy, Soo City.
W. B. Vansant Co.... 75
Bonton, Vansanfc .... 117
Hill ft Ron 87
F. B. Lewis 871
J. B. Root ft Co 372
J. H. Bulla 121
Kosenstock Bros 361
F. O. Kellogg 205
Werthelmer ft1 Degen 897
Sullivan Bros, v...., 164
Rothschild ft Krebs.. 64
M. ft K. Calf Co 196
Hlggins , 1
Olassberg , 12
Baker, Jones ft Smith 34
Banner Bros. 72
John Harvey 664
Dennis ft Francis ... 37
Jsnsen A Lungren,.,. 69
Pat O'Day 8
Other buyers 1,6!8
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FARM and city loans, 6, 64 and 6 per cent
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Louise Lemere and husband to Rhea
Smith Roth, Forty-ninth street, 85
feeet south of Burt street, west side
Samuel Orloff and wife to Arthur
Theodore, northwest corner Eight
eenth and Maple streets, 64x674..
John G. Baumann and wife to Anton
Blazek, southwest corner Twelfth
and Dorcas streets, 33x67
Roger Sebree to Elizabeth BSenaberg,
northeast corner Twenty-sixth and
A streets, 60x120
Jesse W. Barratt and wife to Arthur
J. Miles. Thirty-third street, 200
feet south of Poppleton avenue, 50x
Paul Peterson and wife to J. W. EI
wood, Jones street, 115 feet west of
Thirty-sixth street, north side, .
James 8. Falconer and wife to Fran
cis Albert Suber, Plnkney street,
39 4 feet west of Twenty-seventh
street, south side, 394x123
Laura M. Andrews to Elan M. Jacob
sen, Ohio street. 150 feet west of
Forty-first street, north sde, 60x
George C. Eselln to Arthur Theodore,
Maple street, 160 feet east of Nine
teenth street, south side, 80x814,.
Lullu Barratt Nilrs and husband to
Jesse W. Barratt and wife. Thirty-third
street, 200 feet south of
Poppleton avenue, east side, 60x
Jesse W. Barratt and wife to LUllo
Barratt Nilfs. Thirty-third street,
150 feet south of Poppleton avenue,
east side, 60x181
Emmitt L. Lumos and wife to Wil
liam H. Petersen, Wright street, 60
feet wrst of Thirty-ninth street,
north side, 60x120
Nettle R.'Htelle and husband to Wll-
. llam J. Robinson, Forty-flint street,
62 4 feet north ot Saratoga street, -east
Totals .... 11,866 5,813 34,739
Cattle Receipts continue liberal, the
day's supply being about 7,400 head, making
nearly 49,000 for the four days, or twice as
many as arrived during the same period last
week. Quality of tho offerings waa much
the same as the first half of the week,
really desirable gradee of beef steers and
cows being comparatively scarce, and the
arrivals Including a large percentage of
cattle not very desirable either from the
killers or feeders standpoint. Anything
good enough to attract competition found a
ready sale at fully steady prices, while the
market was slow and weak at lOo lower
on the ordinary run of killing stock. Com
pared with last week desirable cattle are
around 15o at 26o higher, while other grades
are moving slowly at steady to unevenly
With the turn of the week there was an
unmistakably easier feeling tn stockcrs and
feedors, and while anything with weight
and Quality sold roadlly and well, It was a
slow and lower market for the general run
of light and medium weight stuff. Volume
of business for the week has been heavy,
and there Is every prospeot that larirest
supply of the season will be well cleaned up
oerore tne imisn, , .
Quotations on cattle; Prime heavy beevts,
15.0016.6O; good to choice beeves, $13.60
16.00; fair to good beeves, $12.26013,26:
common td fair beeves, $9.00012.00; good to
choice yearlings, $14.00014.50; fair to good
yearlings, $12.00013.00; common to fair
yearlings, $7.00011.00; prime heavy grass
beeves, $13.00 O14.00 1 good to choice grass
beeves, $10. 60011.60) fair to good grass
beeves, $9.25010.25; common to fair grass
beeves, $7.6009.26; good to choice heifers,
$8.60C9.60; good to choice cows, $8,000
9.00; fair to good cows, $6.7607.7$; com
mon to fair cows,. $5.2606.60; price feed
ers, $10.Q012.35; good to choice . feeders,
$8.60(j9.60; fair to good feeders, $7.5008.60;
common to fair feeders, $6.7507.25; good
to choice stockers, $8.0009.00; stock heifers,
$6.5008.00; stock cows, $6.0007.60; stock
calves, $6.009.00; vsal calves, $8.00012.75;
bulls, stags, etc., $5.6008.26.
26 heifers. 824 $7 60 10 cows... 831 $6 60
4 heifers. 756 6 00 10 steers.. 746 T 00
15 feeders. 68T 10 25 10 steers. .1117 11 00
t stockers 917 10 00
16 steers. .1164 11 70 4 cows.. .1055 I 00
10 heifers. 794 7 40 7 steers. .1081 10 10
16 steers. .1046 9 40 21 cows... 980 T 75
Hogs Hogs showed one of the -biggest
advances seen here In some time. Re
celpts were moderate and after opening
about lOe higher the markoi. continued to
improve and plenty of sales were made
that were 25c higher. Extreme close, was
slow at the advance. Hulk of tne orrer
lngs sold at $17.751B00, with the best
shipping kinds at $18.50,
No. Av. Bh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
43. .256 110 $17 65 78. .226 10 $17 76
14. .290 40 17 76 11. .865 ... 17 80
42. .264 80 17 86 71. .248 160 17 90
62. .288 ... 17 95 20. .176 ... 1$ 00
46. .287 40 18 10 79. .226 70 II 16
62. .225 ... 18 25 62. .848 ... 18 15
66. .230 70 11 45 66. .290 ... 11 60
Sheep For a Thursday sheep and lamb
receipts were fairly liberal ana under tne
Influence of lower markets elsewhere fat
lambs declined 1015o from the prices
which were In force early yesterday. Best
rangers sold at $18.25. Feeders were about
steady. Good kinds were resdy sellers at
$18.25018.60, while plain and In-between
grades were again alow. . Feeder sheep
were In strong demand and all kinds of
aged stuff waa fully steady to, If anything,
a little stronger. t
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
fair to choice, $17.60016.25; lambs, feed
ers, $17.00018.50; lambs, culls, $14.00 017.00;
yearlings, fair to choice, $12.60013.60; year
lings, feeders, $12.00013.66;- wethers, fair
to choice, $11.60013.76; ewes, fair to choice,
$10.0011.25; ewes, culls and feeders, $8.00
11.00; ewes, breeders, all ages, $11,600
No. Av. : Pr.
138natlve ewes ,109 10 26
243 Wyoming feeding lambs..., 46 17 60
116 Wyoming feeding lambs 68 18 00
322 Wyoming feeding lamb 67 IS 40
330 Wyoming feeding lambs.... 69. 18 40
Stronger Tone is Evident, With
Light Receipts, and All
Grains Make Slight
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
Sloax City, la., Sept. 20. Cattle Receipts
1,800 head; market strong; beef steers, $8.00
O17.00; fat cows and heifers, $6.609.00;
canners. $5.2506.60; stockers and feeders,
$7.50012.50; calves, $7.50012.00; bulls,
stags, etc., $6.00)8.00; feeding cows and
Hogs Receipts, 2,000 head; market 15c
to 25c higher; lights, $17.76018.25; mixed,
$17.70013.00; heavy, $17.40018.40; pigs,
$15.00015.76; bulk of sales. $17.75018.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
George C. Flack to Hans Andrew
Hansen, Camden avenue, 138 feet
east of Thirtieth street, south side,
Temple McFayden to Thomas C. Far
ran, Burt street, 340 feet west of
Forty-eighth street, south side,
40x126 4, 1
John F. Flack and wife to Charles
D. Haynes, Forty-fifth street, 78.4 ,
feet north ot Pratt street, east side,
Arthur E. Atkins and wife to W. L.
Stlckel, Harney street, 84.5 feet '
west of Park avenue, north side,
W. L. Stlckel and wife to E. S. Wat
son, Harney strset, 84.5 feet west
of Park avenue, north side, 40x
132 .. 10,000
William A. Wagner and wife to John
T. Bohan, Twenty-seventh avenue,
440 feet south of Ellison avenue,
west side. 40x130 ,. 1,200
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to Conserv
atlve Savings and. Loan association.
Hawthorne avenue, 260 feet east of
Thirty-eighth street, north side, 60
Harris Myers and wife to Robert
Chapman, Lincoln boulevard, 63 feet
east of Thirty-third street, south
side, irregular, approximately 63x80 2,600
Korlnn Allyn and husband to Edward
F. Lund berg, Camden avenue, 200
feet cast of Twenty-seventh street
south stile, 50x120 2,850
Omaha, September 30, 1917.
Ttte grain market showed a stronger tone
today, all the coarse gralna advancing a
cent or more. Arrivals ot wheat were sev
enteen cars and the mills took practically
all the government's offerings.
Cash corn advanced from 4o to lo over
yesterday's sales, with a moderate demand
at the higher prlcea. White corn eold at
a wide premium over the yellow, the No. 2
white bringing $1.0803.10 and No. 1 yellow
selling at $1.0301.03. The better grade ef
mixed corn eold at $1.1701.02. Receipts
tots led forty-six cars,
Oats were strong and sold up 1014c.
Receipts were light, only thirty-three cars
being reported In. The standard grade sold
at O4 0O4o, while the No. 1 sold at
614O60O and the No. 4 at 59 io. No. 1
white brought the best price, 0o, while
sales of sample oats ranged from 69o to
Receipts of rye were two ears and the
spot quoted 102o higher, the No. 1 and No.
4 both selling at $1.81.
Arrivals of barley were four cars, this
cereal advancing from lo to to over yes
terday's quotations. The better grades of
Nos. 1 and 1 malting sold at $1.81.40.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 41,000 bu. ; corn none; oats, none.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,051.001 bu,
and shipments 327.000 bu., against receipts
of 1,821,000 ba. and shipments ot 1,042,000
bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 813,900 bu.
and shipments 114.000 bu., against receipts
of 678,000 euv and shipments of 122,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 1,215,000 bu.
and shipments 1,326,000 bu., against receipts
of 1,100.000 bu. and shipments of 721,000 bu.
, CARLOT RECEIPTS.
' Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago 88 101 187
Minneapolis ,, ...287
Omaha 17 46 33
Kansas City 16 36 47
St. l.ouls 63 16 38
Winnipeg ........601 ... ...
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1 cars, $2.16.
No. 1 hard winter: 1 car, $1.12. No. 3 hard
winter: 1 car, $2.09. No. 1 dark hard winter:
1 car, 12.11. No. 1 dark hard winter: 1 car,
13.11. No. 4 dark hard winter, 1 car (smut
ty), $1.07. No. $ yellow hsrd winter: I cars,
11.05. No. 1 northern spring: 1 car, $2.15.
No. 1 northern spring: 1 oar, $1.11. No. 2
red spring: 4 cars, $2.10. No. I amber dur
um: 1 cars, 12.16. No, 1 amber durum: 1
car (smutty), $2.11. No. 4 red durum: 1 car,
$2.00. Mixed grain: 1 car (11 per cent rye),
$191. , '
Rye No. $; I car, $1.8$. No. 4: 1 car,
Barley No. tr 1 car. $1 40; 1 ear, $1.98;
1 car, $1.86. No. 3: 1 car, $1.37: 1 car, $1.36.
No. 1 feed; 1 car, $1.29. Rejected: 1 car,
Corn No 1 white: $2-1 cars, $2.10; 11-5
cars, $2.08. No. 4 white: 1 car, $2.09. No. 1
yellow: 8-6 car, $2.03. Nn. 3 yellow: I can,
$3.03; 12-1 cars, $2.62. No. I yellow) 1 car,
$2.02. No. 4 yellow: 3-5 cr, $3,024- No. 1
mixed: 1 car, $2,03 4: $1-8 cars, $2.02; $-5
car, $3.01; 2 cars. $2.00; 1 cars, $1.97. No.
3 mixed: ( cars, $3.02; 1 car, $1.00; 1 cars,
Oats No. I white: 1 cars. 60Jc. Stand
ard: 13-5 cars, 60 4c; 1 car, 604c. No. 1
white: 9 cars, 60c; 1 cars, 694c. No. 4
white: 1 cars, 696i. 8ample white: 1 chr,
69t; 1 car, 594c; 1 car, 69o. No. 3 mixed:
1 car, 69c; 1 car, 694c No. 4 mixed: 1
car, 69 4c . f .
Omaha Cash Prices: Corn No, I white.
$2.07 4 0 3.08; No. 2 yellow, $1.0201.03; No.
8 yellow, $3.014912; No, S mixed, $1,170
1.02 41 No. I mixed, $1.1703.02. Oats
No. 1 white, 60 4 0 60 e; standard, 6049
604c; No. 1 white, 694O60e; No, 4 white,
694 059ic Barley Malting, $1. $701.40;
No. 1 feed, il.87ffl.29. Rye o. i, i.aw
1.84; No. I. $1.8101.81,
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan ft Bryan, stock and grain brokera 1
816 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art. Open. 1 High J Iow. Close. Ys.
Dec. 119 1204 118 11 HH
May. , 1 144 1 17 1164 1 It lit
Sep. 69 10 19 10 $94
Deo. 18 .68 184 19 68
May 61 fcl $14 61 614
Sep. 43 00 48 40 41 00 41 It 41 10
Oct. 43 10 41 40 43 10 43 It 41 95
Jan. 43 10 44 01 43 16 41 It 41 10
Sep..; 24 07, 14 10 34 06 14 05 32 95
Oct. 13 90, 2 96 23 87 22 10 21 16
Jan. 21 90V 21 16 11 17 It $5
Sep. 14 70 14 11 14 60 It It 24 60
Oct. 24 62 24 10 24 60 24 80 24 47
Jan. 22 60 22 66 22 60 22 61 23 47
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Frosty Weather Boosts Corai Strike of
Grain Shovelers. Gives Firmness to Oats,
Chicago, Sept 10. Frosty weather mads
the corn market today average higher. Clos
lng prices were unsettled at the same as yes
terday'a finish to 4o up, with December
$1.1901.194. and May $1.1601-164. Oats
gained 4 0o net. The result In provisions
varied from 6c decline to an advance ot 86c
Until the last hour corn showed unmistak
able strength. In the final dealings, how
ever, signs that the market was over-bought
developed and decided breaks took place.
which nevertheless did not deprive the
market of good support. Seaboard Interests
that were said to , have been among the
leading buyers yesterday were reported- to
have taken profits today on a large scale
near the end of the session. Hardly anything
but the weather eondlttona and the related
crop outlook received the least attention as
market factors. Frost had penetrated as
far southward as Nsbraska and there were
predictions ot additional frost tonight In
Iowa. Besides, rain and low temperatures
appeared to be widespread A prospect,
though, that much-needed sunshine would
folktw the cold wave did a good deal to
lessen bullish ssntiment before the close.
A strike of grain shovelers gave some
Independent firmness to the oats market It
waa thought the strike might Interfere with
deliveries on September contracts. Most, of
the union shovelers, however, remained at
work and the Indications were that the
strike would not prove earioua.
Announcements that the government was
requesting country shippers to give wheat
preference until further notice were ex
pected to diminish somewhat the move
ment of other grain, chiefly barloy and rye.
Wheat receipts continued liberal in the
northwest, but scanty in Chicago, especially
hard winter and spring wheat All requests
here for red winter wheat were taken care
of. A big trade in flour was reported.
Packers' buying formed, the main source
of strength tn provisions. Demand appeared
to be based on enlarged cash business and
on the firmness of quotations ' on grain
(Cash Prices Corn: No. 1 yellow, $2.16;
mo. s yenow, ii.os; no. 4 yellow. 82.06,
Oats: No, $ white, 61061e; standard,
61462c. Rye; No. 2, $1.9001.90. Bare
ley, ij.25 1.46. seeds: Timothy, $6,000
1.00; clover, $15.00011.00. Provisions:
Pork, $43.16; lard, 124.06 O24.10; ribs,
Butter Market unchanged.
Eggs Receipts, 7,106 cases; market tin
Potatoes Market unsettled; receipts, 3$
cars; Minnesota and Dakota, $1.1501-22;
Wisconsin ana Micnigan, si.itfii.zg.
Poultry Alive, market higher; fowls,
224c; springs, 22c.
Minneapolis Grain Market,
Minneapolis, Sept. 20. Flour Market un
Corn No. 1 yellow, $2.08 02.10.
Oats No. I white, 614 0 60c.
Flax $3.494 01-51.
Kansas City Grain Market
Kansas City, Mo., Sept, 20. Corn No. 2
mixed, $1.9501-96; No. 3 white, $3,050
2.07; No. 1 yellow, $1.7; September, $1.12;
December, $1.18. '
Oats No. 2 white, 62 4 63c; No. 2 mixed,
NEW YORK .STOCKS
Market Gains Strength; Ten
fer Cent Wage Increase
U. S. Steel Boosts This
St. Louis Grain Market.
St. Louis. Mo., Sept. 20. Corn No. 2,
$2.00; No. 2 white, $2.10; September, $1.67;
Oats No. 2, 61c; No. 1 white, 81
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts,' heavier; demand, quiet on prai
rie hay; market $1 a ton lower on all
gradee. Alfalfa continues firm and steady.
Choice upland prairie hay, $17.60018.60; No
I. $16.60016.60; No. 2, $11.00014.00; No. 3,
$7.00010.00; No. 1 midland, $15.00016.60;
No. 2, $11.00014.00; No. 1 lowland, $9,000
II. 00; No. 1, $7.0001 00; No. 1. $5.0006.00.
Choice alfalfa, $24.00026.00; No. 1, $22,000
23.00; standard, $20.00021,00; No. 2, $17.09
19.00; No. 8, $12.00014.00. Straw, oat
$6.607.60; wheat $6.0007.00..
New York Dry -Goods Market
New York. Sept. 20. Cotton roods mar
kets were firmer and a little more active
today. Raw silks were higher. Burlaps
New York. Sept 20. After a period of un
certainty, with narrow and Irregular move
menu, the stock market gained strength
today and began a deliberate but well main
tained advance. Early declines were mads
up and net gains of moderate proportions
were established tn active stocks with occa
sional rises of 2 points or more. Total sales
were 120,000 shares.
Excepting the last hour the market
showed less buoyancy than during yester
day's upturn which failed to attract any
larg outside following to the long side.
The comparatively small volume ot orders
on hand at the opening led to a temporary
renewal of selling operations, but the de
mand which was uncovered wherever prices
were forced down caused the bears to re
verse their tactics and join Jn the bidding
Individual Issues were favored hy devel
opmenta of the day, but there were new fac
tors of general enough application to offer
an obvious explanation of the movement A
good deal of attention was paid to renewed
Washington reports that the uncertainty as
to price regulation at least so far as con
cerns copper, would soon be ended. Fa
vorable conclusions were drawn from the
10 per oent wage Increase by United States
Steel and the steel stocks led the market
In strength and activity. Ot perhaps mors
commanding Influence for the movement,
however, were the indications that the sell
lng movement had exhausted Itself for the
time and that the market's position waa
still strong technically, notwithstanding the
extent of the recent rally.
. In the eteel group the feature was the
strong demand tor United States Steel which
sold at more than 1 points above the low
price of this week. The coppers held back:
by uncertainty as to the price to be estab
liehed for the metal, showed early heavl
ness, but later made a moderate advance.
Equipments were bid up briskly. The rail
roads continued to remain In the back
ground and with a few exception! moved
within narrow limits.
The bond market did not reflect the
strength ot stocks. The tone was Irregular.
Total sales par value, 13.336.000. United
States 2s registered declined and the 4s
coupon on call. Liberty bonds sold st
91 98 to 100.
Number of sale and quotations on leading
stocks: Sales. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar., 1.109 16 844 16
American Can .... 4.900 41 41 41
Am. Car ft F'ndry 1.100 71 70 70"
Am. ' Locomotive... 4.00 63 61 41
Am. & ft Ref. 19,600 18 17 87
Am. Sugar Ret..., 1,100 111 110 110 4-
Am. Tel. ft Tel. , 117
Am. Z. L. ft S 101 11 II 17
Atchison 100 97 j, 14 96
A. O. ft W. I. 8. U 1.600 97 It 84
Bait. A Ohio 100 67 67 17
B. ft 8, Copper.... 100 17 It IT
Cal. Petroleum.... 700 17 IT 17'
Canadian Paciflo,. 11.101 161 , 141 160
Central Leather.., 11,700 86 83 64
Ches. A Ohio.... 4.000 671 61 16
C. M. A 8. P t.000 69 67 67
C. A N. W. ....... 400 105 104 104
C, R. I. A P. Ctfs. 1.701 . 26 26 15
Chtno Copper .... 1,000 12 $1 62
Col. Fuel ft Iron., 2,700 46 44 46
Corn Prod. Ret.,., 10,800 17 17 11
Crucible Steel 17,901 74 71 T4
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 1,400 32 11 11
Distiller's Bee 10,604 22 10 11
Erie 4,000 11 10 11
General Electrlo .. 600 144 141 - 1434
General Motors.... 11,400 18 94 . 96
Gr. Northern Pfd., 600 104 101 103
Or. No. Ore Ctfs.. 1,900 14 11 13
Illinois Central 101
Inspiration Cop... 9.800 11 II 61
Int. M. M. Pfd.... 14,100 16 84 v 86
Inter. Nickel 3,00 34 13 33
Inter. Paper 1,600 11 11 11
K. C. Southern 18
Kennecott Copper.. 6,600 41 40 41 ,
Louisville A Nash. 400 111 111 111
Maxwell Motors... 1.700 31 II 13V
Mexican Pet $1,100 17. 19 96.
Miami Copper. .... 100 It 36 36
Missouri Paciflo., . 6,100 39 ' 28 18
Montana Power 61
Nevada Copper 11 11 12
N. Y Central .... 4,104 77 76 77
N. Y..N.H, ft. H., 1,400 10 26 21
Norfolk ft West.. TOO 111 111 111
Northern Paciflo... 1.04 101 101 101
Paciflo MaU...... 104 It It 16
Pennsylvania .... 800 61 12 52
Pittsburgh Coal 11
Ray Con. Cop,,.. 1,004 11 15 26
Reading 7.100 13 11 11
Rep. Iron ft Steel. $,504 13 60 88
Shettuek Arls. Cop 1,004 24 t 22 14
Southern Pacific... ,1.44 11 11 11
Southern Railway... 7,400 17 11 27
Studebaker Corp., 4,500 ; 47 - 46 46
fee BAA 111 f 1 4 T 1
icigg i.ii......aAA .a.suu lie mi 1 101 n
Union Paciflo 4,100 119 121 121
U. 8, Ind. Alcohol , 3,100 139 114 139
U. 8. 8teel 166,500 111 108 110
U. B. Steel Pfd.,,, 406 116 116 1164
Utah Copper 1.106 97 96 96
Wabash Pfd. "B",, 100 26 24 24
Western Union 88
Westlnghouse Eleo 1,800 45 45 46
. ( Coffee Market,
New York, Sept. 20. Reports that ocean
freight room was becoming scarcar from
Braall and that cost and freight offers were
less numerous were accompanied by soma
scattered trade and commission house buy
ing In the market for coffee .today. Open
ing 1 point higher, active months sold T
points above last night's closing figures,
with December touching 7.66o and May
7.81c. .This bulge seemed to attract realis
ing, however, and reactions occurred In the
late trading with the market closing at a
net advances ot 1 to I points, Sales, 14,504
bags, September and October, 7.19c; Decern
ber, 7.49c; January, 7.67o ; March, 7.73c;
May, T.27o; July, 1.03c
Some improvement wag reported In spot
demand with the market rather Irregular
on .the basis of la to t for Rio 7s and
lo for Santos 4s. Few fresh offers were
reported in the cost and freight market, but
Santos 4a were aaU to be offered at. I l-16d,
.The official cables showed a decline of
60 rets In the Rio market with Santos spot
unchanged and futures II lower to 25 higher
Rio cleared 4,004 bag for New York.
' St Louts Live Stock Market.
Bt. touls. Sept, 14. Cattle Receipts, (.100
head; market, steady; native beef steers.
18.00 1t60j yearling steers and heifers,
$7.00016.00; cows, $6.40019.00; stockers and
feeders, $6.64 01-64; Texas quarantine steers,
$6.76014.66; fair to prime southern beet
steers, $9.09012.7$; beef cows and heifers.
$6.00016.00; prim yearling steers and heif
ers, $7.6010.00; native calves, $6.71015.76.
Hogs Receipts, 4.104 headii market,
higher; lights, $11.15011.11; pigs, 114.440
17.25; mixed and butchers, $18.2519 .00;
good heavy, $18.80 11.01; bulk. $18.16
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,906 head;
market, eteady; lambs, $12.000125; ewes.
$10.50011.00; wethers, $10.60012.60; can
hers, $5.00 0,7.00. ;
Kansas City live Stock Market.
Kansas City. Mo.." Bept 20. Cattle Re-.
oelpts, 11,000 head; market lower; prime fed
steers, $16.25017.15; 'dressed beef steers,
$il.60lt.7t; western steers. $9.56011.50;
southern' steers, $7.00011.60; cows, $5.60
16.60; heifers, $7.00 12.00; stockers and
feeders, $8.60012-60; bulls, $6.0008.00;
Hoes Recelots. 1.600 head: market nign-
er; bulk of sales, $ll.0411.75; heavy, $18.00
O18.80; packers and butchers, $11.00018-16;
light $17.75011-60; pigs, $16.50017.26.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. s,uo neaa;
market lower; lambs. 817.60O18.60; year-
Unas. $12.0001260: wethers, $11.00012.76;
ewes, $10.60012.60; stockers and feeders.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
..( a a sA St. eel. tS ..UI. AAsa
head; market, weak; natlv beef cattle.
f I .9V ly J 1.4FV i WCSIOI II TViivtj se,i
Btockera and feedera, f6.40t9U.lS; cows and
13 .Ut. t AAA Um.A Ml,a.w lllfl
nUU fVCl,d VLm1 lWV UBU Iticai, svvi, vv
above yesterday's a vera re; bulk, $17.70
A . 1 1 1 a AIT A k 1 0 If), ls.is.ou 1 1 J K affi
19. IV, UBilli f A 4 .V p cf.tw t Men v , T.i'
18.80; rough, $17.16017.15; pigs, $11.50
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market, weak; wethers, $1.00012.60; ewee,
$8.25011-?$; lambs, $13.00 011.36.
St Joseph Live Stock Market.
St Joseph, Mo., Bept 20. Cattle Re.
celpts, 4,000 head; market lower; steers.
$3.00016.60; cows ana neiters, st.iutii..u. .
Hoxs Receipts.- 1,000 neaa; market
higher; top, $18.86; bulk of aales. $17,15 0
11.60; heavy packers, $17.60018.00; mixed
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,006 head;
market higher; lambs, $11.00018.60; ewes,
London Money Market
TiiMflti fi.nf 90 .Silver h. r. E4d n.e
London. Sept 20. American shares wore
steady on the stock exchange today.
Money 3 per rent.
Discount Rates Short bills, 4 per cent;
three-month bills, 4 11-16 per cent. - " i
American Telephone & Tele.tiph Co.
A dividend of Two Dollars per snare will
be paid on Monday, October 16, 1917. to
stockholders of record at the close of busi
ness on Saturday, September 29, 1917.
V C D. MILNE, Treasurer.