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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1917)
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FOR RENT HOUSES
These placea must be rented at one.
Will a.low one-half months rent free,
T-r. houae. S:i Corby St.. 114.00.
4-r. house, HOS Ohio St.. $10.00.
6-r flat. 967-9 No. 36th St.. $13.50 and $15.
4- r flat. 969 N. 26th St.. 16.00.
5- r. flat. 1104 Harney St., $18.00.
6- r flat. 4915 Webster St.. mod., $15.00.
S-r. flat. 0S N. 23d St.. modern. $30.00.
3-r. apt. Km Cumlnf St.. $1J.00.
3 and 4-r. apt. 708 8. loth St.. $10 and $14.
-N. P. DODGE & CO..
IJth and Harney Sts.
SEE THESE LOW RENT SNAPS"
1547-4$. 51 N, 17th. 7 and -r. mod. ex.
beat, on car line, close in: good repair;
fine location for dwelling, room or
. boarding, $15 each. Neat 6-r. cottage, good
as new. mod. 3S36 N. 30th. $:0; extra re
' bate. Good 6-r. mod.. 1315 S. 27th. $20.
, 4-r.. part mod.. S37 S. 24th. $10. 3-r.. part
mod., 2512 Rees. $5 11 others. $4 to $70.
McKltrick Real Estate Co.. (Realtors) 316
r Bamge Bids IX lOO-Tv. 2140-J.
; WALKING DISTANCE
$45 1S17 Cap. Ave.. 10 rooms, mod.
.' 3S 3553 St. Mary's, 12 rooms.
$25 2220 Chicago, 8 rooms, mod.
$10 109 S. !StU. 4 rooms, water paid
RINOWALT BROS.. Brandos The. Bldg.
JVIOB 7-room flat, 1917 Cuming t.$26
5-room house. 25m Decatur St $12
.JQHN W RQBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST,
; l-ROOM mod. flat, 616 S. 27th. $25.
o-roora moa. nouse, 1001 B. 83th Ave $27
C. O. CARLBERO, 312 Bran. Th. Bldg.
Souses In all patts of the city. "
.RRWIISONS ft CO.. 80 Bee Bldr
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
630 PARK AVE.
Now ready for occupancy, sightly
location, 4 rooms with 6-rooni ac
commodation, strictly modern in
. every detail. Fire and sound-proof
SELMA REALTY & CONSTRUC
TS rv rr
Douglas 9069. Harney 1821.
2217-19 HOWARD ST.
1 rooms and bath, furnished or unfur
nished, $35 and $40, winter rates.
Tyler 153. 333 Securities Bldr.
On 6-room apartment, $50. Very de
sirable. Walking distance. Douglas 1313.
Calkins & Co., Second Floor City Nat')
CLOSE in rooms, suitable for studio, office,
dentist, dressmaker, etc.. with living rms.
adjoining. T. F. Hall, 434 Ramge. D. 740.
CT rT A TO
24th and Harney, 3-room apartments. Call
T633 DAVENPORT ST.. 4 rraa., hot" water
ht. $20. E. H. Benner Co.. D. 8406.
APARTMENTS, all sixes and prices, splen
did location, 24th and Farnam. D. 1473.
ONE elegant 3 and 6-room apt Web. 7211
and Web. 4328.
THREE HIGH CLASS APARTMENTS.
3 rooms and bath $39.60 winter, $33.00
4 rooms and bath 148.50 winter, $40.00
4 rooms and batb, FURNISHED COM
PLETE $55.00 winter, $48.50 summer.
All these apartments are oak finish,
steam beat and first-class In every detail,
' gas stoves and hullt-ln Iceboxes In each,
as well as built-in buffet Id the four-,
room. Walking distance of down-town
arid In high class location. The first two
can be occupied at once, the furnished
apartment will be vacated Oct. 15.
13EDFORD-JOHNSTON CO., REALTORS.
- -22 Kelline Bldg. Douglas 3392.
BEAUTIFUL. 4 -room apartment, walking
distance: janitor, heat, etc.; $40 summer,
$48.60 winter. Douglas 3392.
PETERS TRUST COMPANT.
Specialists in Apartment Management.
FOR RENT Business PrVtyH
TWO large stores on S. 16th St. Will
decorate to suit tenant.
N. P. DODGE & CO.,
' 15th and Harney Sts.
WORL.D: REALTY COMPANY (Realtors.)
. Theater Entrance.
Douglas 5342. Sun Theater Bldg.
WILL SACRIFICE FOR
fv linm 01 ;nntli 17li
(Field Club District). Twas a com
fortable home when five in the fam
ily, now there's only two of us, so
MVS I 3E.L.L,.
HOUSE Four bed rooms, second
floor, with maid's room on third
floor, and additional bed room
first floor if desired. Three big
rooms and kitchen and pantries
first floor, two brick fireplaces.
LOT 71.3 feet front, 176.55 feet
deep. Fine trees and shrubbery,
Garage for two machin'S. No
trade. All cash' for my equity.
ALBERT D. KLEIN of J.
Tyler 2700. Harney u022.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
$25 PER MONTH
A brand new 5-room bun
galow, strictly all modern,
oak finish, all complete, ready
to be occupied, frame and
stucco construction; the
ground lies high, large lot,
paved street and all paid for.
This is a good buy for some
one, as the monthly payment
is less than you could rent
the house for. Price reason
able. Located 4031 Seward St.
Call D. '2802
for any information.
OWNER LEAVING CITY
MUST SELL ALL
Household goods, dishes, silverware, etc.,
63 fancy bred chickens, 100 pair of pigeons,
splendid chicken and pigeon pens and
houses; dandy five-room borne, strictly
modern except heat; large lot; two blocks
to school; close to car. Biggest bargain
In city for $3,000. Will take $1,400 to
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Om. Nafl. Bank Bldg. Tyler 4.
SIX-ROOM, NEW, NIFTY
$700 Down Price $4,100
Choice south front, close to car; selected
oak floors and finest tiled bathroom floor,
clothes chute, all built-in effects. You
should see this; big sacrifice. Call Tyler
OSBORNE, 701 Omaha Nt'l. Bk. Bldg.
AU modern bungalow, south front, paved
street, all on ono floor; fine condition;
large chicken penB, fruit, etc.; near best
school; three blocks to car line.
Owner moves on acreage will take
$4,000 for quick sale; $1,600 cash will
Osborne 701 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bid Ty. 496.
2822 DAVENPORT ST.
Living room, dining room, den and
kitchen first floor, 3 large sleeping rooms
and bath second floor; strictly modern,
, furnace heat, full basement, garage, Prloa
$4,100; reasonable terms.
HIATT COMPANY, '
246-7-1 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 0.
Best Buy in the North Side
Price Just reduced for quick sale. On
24th St.. south of Miller park; a 6-room.
3-story house, modern In every detail.
Heauttrui lot with flowers, shrubs and
fruit. Living room arrangement on the
first floor with three excellent bedrooms
second floor; house In excellent condi
tion. Owner leaving the city. This is
a REAL BARGAIN.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3963. 919-20 City National.
Near 36th and Ames, modern cottaae.
t rooms and bath on the first floor. One
room finish on two floors. Large lot,
50x120, east front. If sold owner will
sacrifice it for $2,100. This is a snap.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
537 Omaha Nat. Hank Bldg. Poug. 17111.
FOR -RENT 1106-8 S. th St., two store
rooms, good business location. Inquire
1121 8. 6th St.
I SMALL store, Chicago St.. near 16th, $25.
. G. P. Btebbins, 1610 Chicago St.
STORK on 16th stret, near poBtofflce. O.
P: Btebbins, 1610 Chicago St.
STOKE for rent, 8108 North 24th St 325.
E. H. BENNER CO. D. 840S.
Office and Desk Room.
WILL rent private office to stenographer
doing public work with telephone service
for a few hours work each day. Ad
dress B6x 7877, Bee.
LOW-PRICED mod. offices, Farnam Bldg.,
13 farn.m mill lot Kt TUnlr RMl
FIRST TRUST CO., (Realtors.) Tyler 600.
Garages and Barns.
iiOOD garage 24th and Cass Sts., $10.00.
N. P. DODOE & CO.,
16th and Harney Sts. '
J.ARGE barn and house, suitable for good
eoal or feed yard. Close in.
, - N. P. DODGE & CO.,
15th and Harney Sts.
WANTED TO RENT
ifurnishcd Apartments and Flats.
we want mora houses and apartments to
rent The fact that ws have practically
cleared up our big list Is conclusive proof
of the efficiency ot our rental service. If
you want to keep your place rented set
Payne & Slater Co.. Omaha Rental Men,
616 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1016
A YOUKG couple of refinement want two or
three heated, unfurnished rooms, away
from . business section' for housekeeping,
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
ROOMS WANTED Unmarried man wants
to find a comfortably heated room with
breakfast and supper. Bos -7983 Omaha
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
' FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Packing, storage and moving.
219 N. 11th St. Phono Doug
METROPOLITAN VAN ANI
'Expert services; prompt attention. Tour
moving, your packing, your atorage.
Main Office, Central Furniture Store,
17th and Howard. Tel. Doug. 7785.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos'; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN '.ND STORAGE CO.,
803 s. lKth. Douglas 4168
PRICE ONLY $3,800
Owner leaving city and Is sacrificing
one of the nicest five-room bungalows
In the city. Strictly modern In every de
tail, oak finish; splendid lot, 50x130;
easy walking distance; $600 will handle
this snap. Don't wait, come and see us.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
701 Om. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 486.
FOR SALE A splendid 6-room cottaga in
Clalrmont district, $2,000; your own
terms if sold now.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
913-14 City National. Douglas 2819.
BEMIS PARK BARGAIN.
1 rooms, all modern, convenient to car,
a dandy home; must be sold.
ALLEN & BARRETT, 513 Bee. Dg. 7768.
4 ROOMS, city water, electric lights, 2
large corner lots, southwest of Hanscom
Park; $100 cash; balance monthly. Wal
9 rooms, all on one floor, stairway to
floored attic, oak finish in living rooms,
nicely decorated, furnace, all modern, full
cement basement, east front lot, located
high and sightly, just one block west of
Fontenello Park Blvd., .n 47th Ave., just
south of : cdford Ave. Price, $3,800; $100
down, balance like rent.
C. G. CARLBERG,
310-13 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Balance terms. Brand new bungalow,, 5
rooms; furnace; all irodern; nicely dec
orated; stairway to floored attic; full ce
ment basement; east front lot; Just one
block west of Fontenelle Blvd. on N. 47th
Ave. Price $4,800; $100 down, balance
C. O. CARLBERO,
310-312 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
K XWUX.1. X SERVICE
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson 8ts.
Jlobe Van and Storage Co.
Jtor real service in mpving, pacaing ids
storing, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
I. C. REED
1207 Farnsm St
ExDress Co.. Moving
Packing and Storage,
Web. 274S. Doug. 6146.
r,r-r. wr'crvl-'HS IS MOVING.
Large van, two men, $1.60 per hour.
M AGO ATtjyS STORAGE CO .JgJij,
EAL ESTATE Unimproved
OTERTooklng at MINNS LUSA 300 dlf
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
Deposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lots
IF YOU will come out today you will
CHARLES V MARTIN & CO.. i
wInnfTlLSA Nice lot on Titus Ave., near
24th St can be bought at a bargain. This
lot must be sold. Call owner evenings.
H.lnHt 70. .
REAL ESTATE B'ncs Pr'pty
k. A." "WOLF. Realtor, Ware Blh. Specialist
1m downtown business property.
$300 DOWN 130 PER MONTH.
Near 18th and Laird, 5 rooms, modern;
on onefloor; partly oak finish and oak
floors. Price, $2,900.
$300 DOWN $35 PER MONTH.
Near 18th and Evans, 6 rooms modern;
oak floors and oak finish; built-in fire
place and bookcases. Price, $3,250.
$500 DOWN $30 PER MONTH.
Near 24th and Miller Park, 5 rooms,
modern; on one floor; partly oak finish;
corner lot. Price, $3,500.
$200 DOWN $25 PER MONTH.
Near 36th and Ames, t rooms, modern
except heat. A dandy home; east front;
close to car. Price, $2,100.
$200 DOWN $25 PER MONTH.
Near 46th and Lake, 5 rooms, strictly
modern; partly -oak finish: paved street,
paving paid. Price, $2,800.
Don't call up for numbers of these
houses, but call up for appointments to
537 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
ONE HUNDRED DOU ARS
As the first payment gets you out of
the rent habit and a monthly payment of
$18.00 will buy you a good two-story
house at 4717 North Forty-second street.
This place has six rooms and It Is close
to school, car line, stores and Fontenelle
park. Tha price Is right for a sale at this
time. See the house today. For price call
LKFIGH, SONS & COMPANY.
Douglas 200. ! Realtors. 508 Bee Bldg.
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
Seven rooms with slin room; hot water
heat, with garage; one-half block to car;
only built a few seasons. This is strictly
first-class. Will sacrifice. Douglas 6886
Traver Bros., 819 First National Bank,
ONE 6-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condlt n; live in one and
rent the other. Price for both, $2,760.
Very easy terms. No. 2433 S. 10th St.
400 Bee Bldg, Phone Douglas 4270.
7-ROOM home, large lot with fruit, choicely
located; bar rain at $3,600. F. D. Wead.
Douglas 171, $10 South Eighteenth street.
Than the brand new bungalow In
Kountse Place. Design and arrangement Is
entirely different from the ordinary bunga
low. Lot and location the bast Value
$4,500. Terms to suit, Ws art suixlous to
show you, for we know It will pleas you.
RASP BROS., REALTORS.
210-13-14 Keellns Bldg. Tyler 721.
8 rooms, all modern, except hfnt; only
built m. ffttv amnn Prlrsi fl inn
TRAVER BROS., 819 1st Nat'l Bk.
Douglas 6886. 1
BRAND new 6-r all mod., oak finished
oungaiow, gooa location, north side, rrlca
$3,100. Casn or terms, or will take light,
nearly new auto up to $1,000 as part pay
ment. Call Tyler 731 days, or Web. 4661
C ASSY BUNGALOW.
Five-room bungalow, classy outside and
inside. Price (3.860; reasonable terms.
BENSON A CARMICH AEL. 1
4 Paxton Blk. Douglas 1TJ2.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam Ht. Doug. 1064.
R. S. TRITMRITI.T.
1808 1st Nat: Bk. Bldg. D. 1734.
REAL ESTATE Investment
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY A SON,
20 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
99x183. 14th and Leavenworth Sts.
Oood brick buildings.- For sale or lease.
E. H. Benner Co., D. 1406.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WE HAVE a client who owns a section Is
sioux county. Neb., represented as being
good farm land;, no sand or rock. PtIc
$20 per acre. Will take a good boms la
on this land.
E. P. SNOWDEN & SON.
423 S. 16th St. D. 9371.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgaget.
IF YOU are interested la Lead or Zlno min
ing In tha Joplin, Mo., or Miami Okl., dls
trlcts, see V. F. Wlmsett. 634 Paxton Block.
$3,000 MTGE. bearing iS pet. semi-annT;
secured by property valued at $13,000.
Ta Image-Loom Is Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
H. W. HINDER.
Money on hnnd for mortagage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
SHOrEN A CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
FARM and i-lty loans, 5, 5S and 6 per cant.
W-H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1648.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. E
Wead, Wead Bldg., ISth and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms ami
ranches. Ktoke Investment Co.. Omaha
OMAHA HOME S EAST N E B. FARM S.
O'KEKFE R. E. C. 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. ORAHAM. 604 Bee Bldg.
Ct7 MONEY HARRISON & MORTON.
916 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg,
CITY OARVIN BRlsk,
LOANS. Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOW RATES C. 0. CARl.BERO. $13 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. (86,
Stocks and Bonds.
$9,000 tin-year b per cent first mortgage
secured by farm near Omaha,
K. II. LOUOEB, INC.,
638 KoMlna Bldg.
A. L. WRIGHT,
Flattron Hotel. Doug. $782.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
!(S and 240 acres Adjoining stock
farms. Good buildings In fine repair,
new fences. Corn crop excellent. Prices
and terms right, as must sell one or both
this year. Owner, Wm. B. Hubbard. Pipe
240-ACRE FUFFALO COUNTY FARM FOR
About 160 acres In cultivation, 80 acres
pasture. Good 6-room house on good
foundation, wall built barn tor 13 horses
with good hay mow, granary, chicken
bouse and hog house. Fenced and cross
fenced, well and windmill. The farm Is
some rolling and some rough, but all good
soil. Is In a fins stats of cultivation for
fall grain. Located about $2 miles from
Kearney and mllca from Amherst. Price,
$8,600. This farm will carry a mortgage
of $4,600 to $6,000. This is one of the
best buys I know of In Buffalo County,
and with present prloes of farm products,
this farm should pay the purchase price
with leas than three crops. Is an excep
tional proposition and will sell.
C, K. DAVIE9,
DESIRABLE EASTERN NEB. FARMS.
160 A. I ml. south of Fort Crook; good
Imp.; all tillable upland. Priced $135
10 A., well imp., 1 ml. from Elk Creek,
Johnson Co., Neb. ; close to achool. Trice
$125 per A.
330 A. 3 ml. 8. W. of Coleridge; well
Imp.; a fins farm. $125 per A. Easy
330 A. near Omaha the very beat. $200
I also offer 3 good 40-acre farms, six
nice 80-acre farms and two well Imp. 120
acrs farma. If Interested, sea
PAUL PJ5TER80N. .
263-4 Brandels Theater Bldg., Omaha,
Neb., or Blair, Neb. Tel. Douglas 1280
or Walnut 3106.
10 QUARTER SECTIONS, unimproved, Per
kins county, NeDraska, land) gooa sou.
cloee to railroad. Can sell on payment of
$600 to $300 per quarter and carry bal
ance against land five and ten years at
t per cent. Writs for particulars. Miner
A Bradley, Orand Island, Neb.
400 ACRES, CUSTER COUNTY, Improved
farm; valley and tabnt-land, good soil, l4
miles from town 400 population, 60 rods
from school; 245 crop, 95 meadow, 60 pas
ture; $60 per acre. $10,000 cash. Inquire
441 Brandels Bldg.
FOR SALE At a bargain, 820 acres Im
proved, five miles from Sunol, Cheyenne,
Co., Neb. Price $TB.OO per acre. Terms,
half cash No trade considered. C. H.
Moore, owner, Anthon, la., R. F. D.
SMALL Nebraska farm on easy payments
6 acres up. We farm the farm we sen
you The Hungerford Potato Growers'
association, 15th and Howard Sts.. Omaha.
(OR BALE Beat large body high grade.
medium priced land nn Nebraska very
little money required, a Bradley, Wol
HAVS several choice raw quarters in east
ern jcamunds Co., S. D., close to Aber
deen, $37.50 to $46 per acre; wheat, SO to
30 bushels' per acre; will consider small
Omaha property or auto or houses as part
payment. B. N. Clauson, 5212 N. J8th Ave.
2 LOTS IN WASHINGTON, D. C, with
email nunaings, no Mi tented; front on
Union St Owner Urei In Nebraska; will
exchange for Omaha city property or Ne
braska farm land, J. J. Mellck, 151
City National Bank. Douglas 911.
SHERIDAN, Dawes, Rock and Dundy Co.
improved rancnes, clear, for sals or ex
change. S. S. ft R. E. MONTGOMERY.
Douglas 4810. 627 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
640 ACRES fine grass land In Blaine Co.,
niceiy improved, $io per acre, for home
in Omaha. 803 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE For Jxas land.
jt acres timber land in Oregon. E. H.
Smith. McAllen, Tex.
INVESTIGATE my system. Omaha Realty
Trading Co., 18 Patterson Blk. Tyler 256.
REAL ESTATE--Other Cities
FOR SALE Fine country home, consisting
or is acres, all under cultivation with or
chard and small fruits. Improvements
fine. Nearly new seven-room house with
water In the house; well supplied from
two large elsten.s; 1 miles from main
part of thriving railroad town of Missouri
Valley; 25 miles northeast of Omaha. Mrs.
Frank Logan. Missouri Valley, la.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$200 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co., Tyler 49. 701 Omaha Nat. Bank
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments: have parties waiting. Western
Real Estate. 413 Karbacn Blk. D. 3607
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive hemes. Before buying be
sure and 6ea
GEORGE & CO.
HOMES and home sltea In Dundee.
SHULER & CART. 204 Keellne. D. 6074.
2 ACRES FLORENCE.
2 BLOCKS TO! CAR AND
$13 DOWN-$13 MONTHLY.
Lays fine with east slope. East front.
This la ideal for fruit and poultry. Price
$1,300. Call Tyler 60 and ask for Mr.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, (Realtors)
1614 Harney St.
A FIRST-CLASS 320-acre farm, 4K miles
from Hartlngton, Neb. Well improved
and all good land, will sell or exchange.
See O. A. Kull. Oakland, Neb.
FOR SALE Cheap, my improved 156-acre
larm near fonca, iNen., easy wrnn u
desired. Address Dr. C. W. Glllin, 615
r. ij. se l. ciog. ciioux vuy, is
your lands for quick results with C
J. Canan, 810 McCague Bldg., Omaha.
"Heart of the Range."
Jordan valley project. Oregon, 4,000
acres irrigated land. Free map. Next ex
cursion October 16.
HARLBY J. HOOKER.
940 Flrat Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
LANDS AT fair value assured by Chamber
of Commerce. New plans to settle and
develop the most fertile lands of South
Texas Immediately adjacent fine market.
Farming and dairying demonstration un
der our direction. Only approved lands
offered for sale. If you want to own a
farm write for booklet J, Agricultural
Dept., Chamber ot Commerce, Houston,
GOOD corn land. East Texas, $25 an acre.
Get my free book.
W. S. FRANK, S01 Neville Block, Omaha.
WANTED Eight or more American cltlaena
who would be Interested In filing on
government oil land In Wyoming, as I do
locating, validating, and filing. Prices
reasonable. Can give best of references
from Casper, Wyo. Write or call on E.
T. Evans, 4640 Dodge St., Omaha, or
telephone Walnut 1623.
429-Acre Farm, $14,000.
On Maryland's Eastern
On fine road pronperoue farming neigh
borhood only 2 miles to town. 268 acres
level, fertile, stone-free land In cultiva
tion, good for I tons hay. 200 bushels
' potatoes, 60 bushels corn or 40 bushels
wheat per acre. Timber estimated worth
$2,000. Two dwellings, 2 barns, 4 stables,
granaries, poultry houses, ttc, etc. We en
joy short, mild winters, long, delightful
summers, with plenty of rain and hard
cement roads. Sow peas In February; dig
second crop potatoes In November. Wes
tern farmers settling all around. Come and
see. Details page 31, Strout's Catalogue of
321 bargains in dozen states. Copy
mailed free. E. A. STROUT FARM AGEN
CY, Dept. 3072, 206 8. 18th St., Omaha,
MONEY TO LOAN
ACREAGE FOR SALE.
By nonresident who Is In town and
wishes to dispose of same while here. Good
tract, fair improvements. If interested
call In person for Miner at Her Grand
BUY NOW DON'T WAIT.
13 A., near Krug park well lmp...$ 7.800
HAHm. Florence car, best imp 9,000
42 A., lij m. Florence car, good lmp.13.000
Three beat l.argalns E. terms. See
J. N. SN1TZER. 423 Paxton Blk. D. 2161.
Our new acreage addition southwest of
the Field club. Acres, half acres, quarter
acres; easy terms.
THE BYRON REED CO..
Phone Douglas 297. 312 8. 17th St.
FIVE acres west of Elmwood park, Ideal
auburban home site; could be subdivided.
There Is a real future to this. Let m
sho,w you. Telephone Walnut 346.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years; Interest 5 per cent, tVi
per cent and per cent. PETERS TRUST
CO.. 1(22 Farnam St., Omaha. Nab
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, 6 mo., H. goods, total cost, $3.60.
$40, 8 mo.. Indorsed notes, total cost, $2.60
Smaller, large am'ts proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
432 Rose Bldg.. 16th and Farnam. Ty. 668.
LEGAL ItATES LOANS
$24.00 $240.00 or more
Easy payments. Utmost privacy
240 Paxton Bldg. Tel. Doug. 2295.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
DIAMONDS and jewelry loans at 2 and
l'4 per cent; private booths. W. C. Flatau,
601 Securities (Rose) Bldg. Tyler 950
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rstes. Private loan booths Harry
Malashock, 1614 Dcdge. D. 6619. Est. 1891.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Alfred Barta and wife to Mary Kavan,
Polk street, 100 feet west Thirty
eighth street, north side, 100x125...$ 300
Vaclav Barta and wife to Mary Kavan,
Polk street, 20" feet west of Thirty,
eighth street, north side. 100x125... 300
The Byron Reed Co. to Agostlno Cal
deronl. Pierce street. 173 feet east
of Twenty-fourth street, north side,
30x91H .., 650
Bryon H. Graves, executor, et al, to
Stanley M. Walker, Howard street,
146 feet east of Fourteenth street,
south ride, 36x132, undivided one
half Byron H. Graves, et al, to Cornell uni
versity, Howard street, 146 feet east
ot Fourteenth street, south side,
Jalla Cramer and husband to Samuel
Croxer, Fontenelle boulevard, 200
feet aouth of Bedford avenue, west
side, 40x127 3,200
Paul W. Kuhns and wife to Cecil C.
Dixon, Lothrop street, 41 feet east
of Thirty-eighth street, south side,
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Moderate Bun of Cattle Finds
Prices Steady; Hog Prices
15 Cents Lower; Sheep
Omaha. Oct 10. 1917.
Receipts were Cattle. Hoga, Sheep.
Official Monday 14.667 3.630 19,973
Oftlolal Tuesday 11.619 4.233 19,000
Estimate Wednesday . 9,800 4.400 34,000
Three days thla wk... 36.37 11.263 1,972
Same days last wk.... 43.76 11.308 132,901
Same days 3 wka. ago. 49,710 9.404 111.237
Sams days S wks. ago. 41,293 14.933 116.513
Same days 4 wks. ago. 17.337 8.123 6,730
Sams days laat year.. 37,006 8.414 88.741
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Slock yards for twsnty-four hours
ending at 3 p. m. yesterday:
Cattla. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C, M. A St. P 3 , 1
Wabash 1 1 ' 1
Missouri Pacific... 13 4
Union Pacific 78 4 69
C. N. W., east.. 18 S 3
C. N. W., west.. T4 1 IS
('.. St. P.. M 4 O... ( 4 3 1
C. H. Q east.. 7 7 1
C. I. & Q.. west. .163 14 I 1
C, R. I. A P., east 9 3 3
Illinois Central..... 2
Chicago, Gt. West. 1' t
Total receipts. ...893 61
Morris A Co 1,438 764 1,114
Swift A Co 1,66 93 1,960
Cudahy Pkg. Co 1.746 416 1.064
Armour A Co 1,683 l.M 1,86
J, W. Murphy 710
Lincoln Pkg. Co 38
So. Omaha Pkg. Co 30 ,.
Cudahy. K. C 291
W. B. Vansant Co... 81
Benton, Vansant... 82 .... ....
F. B. Lewia 538
J. B. Root A Co 247
J. H. Bulla S3
L. F. 11 us 101
ltosnnstock Bros. ... 81 .... ....
F. G. Kellogg...... 323
Werthelmer & Dagen 493
H. F. Hamilton 141
Sullivan Bros 7
Rothschild A Krebs 20
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co. 187
Huffman ( .... ....
Meyers 48 .... , ...
Glassberg 1 . ... . ...
Baker, Jones A 8..,. $19 .... ....
Banner Bros. 5 .... ....
John Harvey 699 .... ....
Dennis A Francis.. 12 .... ....
Jensen A Lungren.. 9 .,
Pat O'Day 33 ....
Other buyers 1,639 .... 20,816
Totals ..' 12,26 1,881 26,808
Cattle A rather moderate run of rattle
showed up today, 9,300 head, and the three
days' supply has been sofiothlng Ilka 7,600
short of the first half of last week. Western
rangers of plain quality contttuted the big
bulk of the receipts, and the general mar
ket presented few new features as compared
with Monday and Tuesday, Anything In the
steer line that was attractive enough to
bring out killer and feeder competition sold
at practically steady prices, while the plain
light and medium weight stuff sold very un
evenly and in many cases at somewhat low
er figures. In the main, however. It was
practically a steady trade, but one of tha
most uneven of tho soason.
In stockers and feeders the' best grades
oommanded fully stoady prices as the de
mand was broad for desirable stock of all
weights. On the fair to common klnda the
trend of values was lower and trade de
cidedly slow. Tha country Is asking for
quality thla seaaon more than ever, and as
quality seems to be deficient the spread in
prices is wide and tha market very uncer
tain for anything not strictly choice.
Quotations on cattle: Prima heavy bssves,
$16.00 17,00; good to choice beeves, $14.009
16.00; fair to good beeves, $13.00013.60;
common to fair beeves, $8.00011.00; good
to choice yearlings, $14.00016.60; fair to
good yearlings, $ 1 3.00 14.00; common to
fair yearlings, $7.6012.00; prime heavy
grass beeves, $13.00014.25; food to choice
grass beeves, $10.00 12.00; fair to good
grass boeves. $9.00010.00; common to fair
grass beeves, $7,6006.76; good to choice
heifers, $8.0009.26; good to choice cows,
$7.7608.00; fair to good cows, $.!0O7.60;
common to fair oows, $6.0006.36; prims
feeding steers. $10.00014.26; good to choice
feeders, $8.1(010.00; fair to good feeders,
$7.6008.50; common to fnlr feeders, $6,000
7.00; good to choice stockers, $8.60010,00;
stock heifers, $6.6008.00; atock cows, $4.00
07.60; stock calves, $6.5009.60; veal calves,
$8.0013.00; bulls, stags, ttc. $6.6007.60.
23 feeders.1140 11 75 109 calves 855 60
84 steers. .1020 I 90 13 cows.. .1074 I 60
28 feeders. 1158 11 00 11 cows... 798 1,10
Hogs Hog receipts were Just fair, but as
prices here have been a little high the
last few days and shippers wars not doing
much or anything, packers were able to buy
the bulk of the offerings at figures that
were 16o lower than yesterday. Movement
was not ss active as it might have been,
but a fair clearance was made by 10
o'clock. Bulk sold at $18.70018.80, and the
top was $19.26.
No. Av. Sh. Pr, No. Av. Sh. Pr.
76.. 261 260 $18 6 80.. 201 80 $18 70
6. .266 70 18 76 63. .244 ... 18 80
18. .323 ... IS 85 37. .244 ... 18 90
64. ,262 ... 19 00 49. .214 ... II 10
80. .180 80 II 16 68. .24 40 II 26
69. .14 ... 18 00 231.. 66 ... II 25
Sheep The run of sheep and lambs Was
fairly large, but demand for feeders was
better and trade was aytlve at prices that
were strong to 10O15c higher. Good lambs
were scarce and anything desirable sold
from $18.00 up to $18.36. Killers were about
steady, top being $18.36. Fat sheep were
steady, with ewes at $11.20 and yearlings at
$13.60, while feeders showed an unevenly
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
fair to choice, $17.60011-35; lambs, feeders,
M. 00O18 35; lambs, culls, $12.0001 60;
yearlings, fair to choice, $13.00013.60; year
lings, feeders. $1I0013. 60: wethers, fair ,to
choice. $11.00013.76; ewes,' fair to choice,
$I0.0011.26; ewes, culls and feeders, $5.60
O10.00; ewes, breeders, all ages, $10,600
705 Utah lambs 7 $18 21
69 Utah feeder ewes 102 9 40
94 Utah feeder lambs 66 17 00
45 Utah yearlings 95 13 60
17 Utah wethers 11 13 50
(6 Utah ewes 116 11 26
129 Utah feeder ewes 106 9 40
160 Neb. feeder lambs 6 18 20
246 Utah feeder lambs 60 17 80
HO Utah feeder lambs 60 17 00
19t Utah lamb 74 17 80
62 Utah ewes 1"
187 Wyoming feeders lambs.. 6 18 00
Kloux City Live Stock Market.
Sioux City, la., Oct. 10. Cattle Receipts,
4,000 head; market steady; beef steers,
$7.OO16.0O; fat cows and heifers, $6,600
9.00: canners, (6.250S.2S; stockers and
feeders, $7.0013.60; calves. $7.50011.60;
bulls, stags, etc, $.l6OL60; feeding cows
and heifers, $6.009.2S.
Hogs Receipts, 3.000 head; market 5 to
10 cents lower; light, $18.70011.00; mixed,
$18.80J18.90; heavy, $18.80011 06; plgB,
$17.00018.00; bulk, $18.80011 0.
Sheep and Lambs 'Receipts, 1,000 head;
Chicago Live Stock Market. f
Chicago, Oct 10. Catt'e Receipts, 11,000
head; market strong; native steers, $7.20
17.60; western steers $6.26014.76; stockers
and feeders, $6.25011.60: cows and heifers,
$5.15012.36; calves; $9.5001. 00.
Hons Receipts, 16,000 head; market weak
16c under yesterday's average; bulk of sales,
$18.00019.20; lights, $17.36019.00; mixed,
$17.60019.45; heavy, $17.60011.45; rough,
$17.60017.80; pigs, $13.60017.25.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 38,000 head;
market steady; wethers, $9.10019.00; owes,
$8 60O11.86; lambs. $13.5001 36.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savanah, Ga., Oct. 10. Turpentine Firm;
47c; sales, 481 barrela; receipts, 488; ship
ments, 200; stock, 31,324.
Rosin Firm; sales, 847 barrels; receipts,
1,205; shipments, 3.309; stock, 81,366. Quote
B, D E, $HO0; F, O, H, I, $1.20; K, M,
$.22H: N, $6.25; WG. $6.56! WW. $,46,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Omaha Safe Deposit Co. to Clara
Meyer, southeast corner Flfty-'econd
and Cuming street, 96.9x136 3,600
Charles W. Martin and wife to Loren
E. Olllett. Titus avenue, 127.6 feet
west of Twenty-eighth avenue, south
side, 42x120 . 760
Byron Reed Co. to Florence Deckman,
Ama avenue, 233.4 feet west of
Fifty-first atreet, north side, 46x129 175
Bernard Gross and wife to Joseph G,
Gaver, et al. Twenty-sixth street,
63.75 feet north of Charles street,
west side, 63.76x120 7,000
Byron Reed Co. to Harry Roesslg,
Elizabeth street, 184 feet west of
Fifty-eighth avenue, north side,
Cora Declines With One to
Three-Cent Drop, With Oats
Following One-Half to
Omaha. Oct. 10, 1917.
The demand for corn and osts continues
to be light and tho greater part of those
aales are for Immediate use. Receipts were
much lighter, the total amounting to 128
cars. Arrivals of wheat and corn were very
light, while those of oats were fairly liberal,
sixty cars being reported. All the samples
of hard winter wheat wont to the mills and
a few cars ot durum were sent to tha ele
vators for storage.
Corn broke off again today, actual sales
showing these quotations to be from lc to
80 below yesterday'a sales. No. 2 white sold
at $1.95 and $1.95 W and the No. $ at the
tame prices, while tha No. 1 and No. 3 yel
low sold at one price, $1.86; 9c to 9'ic un
der the white ol the same grade. No. 2
mixed sold at $1.83 and $1.83H.
Oats followed corn and sold off generally
Ho to c. No. 8 white sold at 67o and
6" Ho and the atandard grade at 67o and
67HC while the No. 3 grade brought 66Hc.
and 66 e. the bulk of the samplra going at
6Vo. Four cars ot No. 4 white sold at
66 H". and a few cars of sample oata went
for 60 and ttc.
Receipts of rye and barley were five cars
each, but only a few aales of barley were
made, no sales of rye being reported, al
though the demand for these cereals con
tinues to be very liberal, but sellers were
not Inclined to let go of their offerings at
ths aomewhat lower prices. No, 3 barley aold
at $1,304 and another car of relected bar
ley went for $1.13. The bulk ot ths samples
of barley sold today were shipped from the
western, central and northweatern part of
Clearances were: Wheat and flour, equal
to 131,000 bushela; oata, 1,393,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were 817.000
bushels and shipments 489,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,729,000 bushels and
hli.mcnte of 1.074,000 bushels last year.
Primary cor receipts were 310.000 bush
els and shipments 166.000 bushels, against
receipts of 693,000 bushels and shipments
of 441,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,194.000 bush
els and shipments 780,000 bushels, against
receipts of 1.723.000 bushels and shipments
ot 733,000 bushels last year.
Wheat Corn. Oata
These sales ware, reported today:
Wheat No. 1 dark hard winter, twe cars
(H per cen( docksge). $1.11; No. I dark
hard winter, one car (1 per cent dockage),
$2.13; one car H per cent dockage), $3.13;
No. 1 hard winter, one car (1 per eent dook
age), $3.15; one car (6 per cant dookags),
$2.16; No. 1 northern spring, two cars (5
per cent dockage), $3.15; No. 1 dark north
ern spring, two cars (H Per cent dockage),
$2.19; No. 3 northern spring, three cars, (H
per cent dockage), $2.12; No, 3 northern
spring, two cars, (1 per cent dockage), $3.09;
No. 1 amber durum, one car (1.6 per cent
dockage), $3.19; No. I amber durum, one
car (l.per eent dockage), $3.16; No. 3 red
durum, one car (H per cent dockage), $3.05;
No. 6 red durum, one car (3 per cent dock
Barley No. 8: 1 car, (northwest Ne
braska) $1.21; H car (central Nebraska)
$1.10. No. 1 feed: 1 car, I1.20H- Rejected:
1 car (western Nebraska) $1.13. Sample: I
car (central Nebraska oats mixed) $1.10.
Corn-No. 1 white! 3 cars, I1.96HI 1
car, 11.16. No. I white: 3 6 car, $1.16; t-l
car, $1.13 H- No. t white: 1-5 car, $1.10.
Sample white: 1 car. $1.96. No. 1 yellow: 1
car, $1.8. No. I yellow: 1 car, $1.8. No.
3 yellow: I cars, $1.8H- No. 1 mixed: 1
car, I1.I2H; 3-5 oar, $1.83; I cars (shipper's
weight) $1.83. No. S mixed: 1 3-5 oars,
$1.83 H; 1 car, $1.81; No. mixed: 1
Oats No. I white: 1 car, I7tte; I cars,
67Kc; I cars, 67a Standard: 1 cars, !7Ho;
4 ears, 67c No. 1 white: 18H ears, 6c;
13-1 oars, 66Hc No. 4 white: 4 cars, 66 He
Sample whits: S cars, 66 tic; 1 oar. 66c.
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. 3 white,
I1.96 01 I5H: No. 1 white, $1.I3H1.95: No.
1 yellow, $1.86H01.86; No. 3 yellow, $186H
0186; N. 2 mixed, I1.8301-83H! No. 1
mixed ll.8301.83H. Oats: No. 3 white, 57
57Ho; standard, 6706714c; No. 3 white,
6H06c; No. 4 white, 664 66 He Bar
ley: Malting, $1.811.37; No. 1 feed, $1,099
1.20. Rye; No. 2, $1.761.7S- No 3, $1.72$
Chicago 11:46 m. prices furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
911 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
NEW YORK STOCKS
Drastic Liquidation Character
izes Market; Urgent Selling
Forces Prices Down
. . .
Art. Open. High. Low.j Close. Yes'y.
Jan. 1 13 1 It 111 1 11 114H
Deo. 1 18 "I IS 114 1 15 114
May 1 14 1 14 UOU 1 10 118
Dec. 61 II 67 17 61
May 60 10 I9U M 0
Oct. 41 90 48 36 41 90 41 15 44 15
Jan. 46 26 46 16 43 55 43 75 46 47
Oct 13 85 11 87 23 72 11 71 24 07
Jan. 23 35 13 16 21 10 21 (0 13 11
Oct 27 75 17 75 2T 60 17 50 21 00
Jan. 14 35 14 16 28 42 18 60 24 80
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Unmerciful Slashing of Prices Owners
Dated by Prospect of 110 Hogs.
Chicago, Oct 10. Unmerciful slashing ot
prlcea took place today In the corn and pro
vision markets largely owing to reports of
more drastic government food control after
November 1, but also Influenced by peace
talk and by weakness of securities In Wall
street The close was flurrlod both In corn
and oats with corn 4O50 net lower at
11.13 OL13 for December and $1.08 0
1.08 for May. Oats showed a setback of
llc Provisions finished 47c to 2.17
Heavy unloading of holdings of corn was
accompanied the extensive liquidation
tlons that under pressure from Wsshlngton
corn was destined for $1 a bushel to match
with hogs at $10 ,a hundred pounds. In
connection also with ths talk of government
regulation It was said a list of twenty-five
commodities to be subjected to a scaling
down of values would be made publlo within
a few days and that corn might be Included.
Short selling that reached unusual volume
accompanied tha extensive sllquldatlon
which was in progress. -
Urgent step loss selling, especially of pork,
carried the provision market rapidly down
ward. Owners seemed dased by the cur
rent forecast of $10 hoga which implied a
cut of nearly 60 per cent In recent values,
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kansas City, Oct 10. Cattle Receipts,
18.00; market steady; prime fed steers.
$16.00017.00; dressed beef steers, $11,000
16.60; western steers, $9 00018 00; southern
steers, $7.00011.50; oows, $6.60010.00; heif
ers, $.50O13.00j stockers and feedtM, 86.60
IB 14.76; buns, J6.2SO8.00; calve $6.too
13 50. !
Hogs Receipts, 7,000, market stetdy; bulk
$18.76019 40; heavy, $19.1001160; packers
and butchers. $19.00019.50; light, $18.60
19.40: pigs, $17,0007.50.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 7,000, market
higher; labbs, $17.26018.26; yearlings, $12. 00
013.60; wethers, $11,00013 50; ewes, $10.25
St. Louis Live Block Market,
St Louis, Oct 10. Cattle Receipts, 8.500,
market higher; native beef ateera, $8,000
17.60; yearling steers and heifers, $7,000
17.00: cows. $6.00010 60: stoskers and feed
ers, $6. 76010.50; fair to prime southern
steers, $9.00 12.66; beef cows and heifers,
$6.00010.00;; prime yearling steers and heif
ers. $7.60010.00; native calves, $8.76016.60
Hogs Receipts, 7,00, market lower; lights
$18.90019.40; pigs, $1 00 18.25; mixed and
batchers, $18.85019 5; good heavy, $19.60
019.6; bulk, $18.90019.60,
Sheep Receipts, 2,300, market steady;
lambs, $18.00018.00; ewes, $10.50011.60;
wethers, $11.60012. .60: canners, $6.00 8.50.
New York Metal Market.
New Tork, Oct. 10. Metal exchange
quotes tin quiet, $00.60061.00.
Lead 4julat; spot $7.76 bid.
Spelter Firmer; spot East St Louis de
At London Spot uepper, 110; fptures,
110. Electrolytic, 126; spot tin, 1244 10s;
futures, 242. Lead, spot, 120 10s; futures,
29 10s; spelter, siot, 54; futures, 60.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York, Oct. 10. Evaporated Apples
Firm, but quiet; choice, 10c; prime, 15o.
Dried Fruits Prunes, strong; Californias,
9012o; Oregons. 12OHc. Apricots,
firm; fancy, 20o. Peaches, firm; standard,
10Hc; choice, 10c; fancy, 12c. Raisins,
little offerings; loose muscatels, 7H09o;
choice to fancy, seeded, 9010o; seedless,
8H0IOVU; London layers, $1.80.
Close Stock Exchange Saturday.
New Tork Oct 10. The governors of tht.
stock exchange today voted to close tha
exchange on Saturday, October 13, the day
following Columbus Day.
New York Cotton Market
New Tork, Oct 10. The cotton market
closed barely steady at a net decline of 7$
to 104 po!'- s
New Tork, Oct 10. Liquidation more
drastlo and comprehensive than swept over
the market a month ago accompanied to
day's atock exchange operations. Urgent
selling forced prices still lower by 1 to 7
points, most leaders reaching lowest prices
of tho year while others touched their
minimum for a much longer period with not
a few absoluto low records.
Unsettlement began at the outaet Peo
ple' Ga soon broke 7 points In conse
quence of the passing of the dividend. Other
gas shares dropped 2 to 6 after which a
gradual ahrlnkage set In elsewhere.
United States Steel was unloaded in the
heavy Individual lots falling from 10. Its
maximum of tho day. to 101 H. but rallying
on short covering just before the end to
lo;l,, closing at 101, a net decline of
2 ' points. Steel was at Its worst after
publication of the September report showing
a decrease ot practically 600,000 tons In un
filled orders. '
Other equipments, coppers, oils, tobaccos
and kindred stocks fell 3 to 7 points, Texas
company supplementing yesterday's 7 point
decline with a further break of , nearly
all of which was regained. Bethlehem
steel, new and old shares, fell I to 7 points.
In the main, final prices were 1 to 2 points
Gilt-edged rails lost 1 to 3 points.
Sales amounted to 107.000 shares. All
rlasaea of bonds were heavy. Liberty !s
holding firm, however, at 91.70 to 99.78.
Total bond sales par value aggregated $5.
850,000. United States old Issues unchanged
Number of sales and range of prices of
the leading stocks:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar... 2,100 81 78 78
American Can .... 8.500 42 39 40
Amer. C. A F 1.900 S7 65 65
Amer. Locomotive . 3,700 67 63 68 v,
Amer. S. A F 15 400 91 97 18
Amer. Sugar Ref.. 1.600 10 104 104
Amer. T. & T 300 114 114 114
Amer. Z.. L. A S. 1.100 1 15 15
Anaconda Copper . 18.800 (9 16 5
Atchison $.900 5 11 14
A.. O. W. I. 8. L. 1.700 100 17 11
Hat. A Ohio 1,200 11 6 61
Butte A Sup. Cop. 1.700 14 10 10
Cal. Petroleum... 00 16 13 13
Canadian Pacific. 14,400 161 149 149
Central Leather .. 16 800 7 73 73
Chesapeake A Ohio 3.100 14 51 61
C, M. A 8t. P .600 II 49 49
Chi. A N. W 1.90 100 99 11
C R. I. A P. ctfs. 1.108 14 II 11
Chlno Copper .... 1,800 46 41 41
Colo. F. A 1 1.80 18 16 $1
Corn Products Ret. 17.900 It 16 17
Crucible Steel .... 14.100 7 1 14
Cuba Cane Sugar.. I TOO II 26 17
Distillers' Seo 11.700 13 31 11
Erie 4,400 19 1 II
General Electric. 1,00 137 134 135
General Motors.... 14.100 I 94 9
Gt No. pfd 100 101 100 100
Gt No. Ore ctfs.. 4,100 10 21 19
Illinois Central ... 100 19 99 99
Inspiration Copper. 35.300 41 44
Int M. M. pfd 13,100 14 II 81
Inter. Nickel 11,000 11 80 30
Inter. Paper 4.100 14 11 11
K. C. Southern .... 100 17 IT 17
Kennecott Copper.. 11.000 83 31 13
Louis. A Nashville. 100 111 118 111
Maxwell Motors.... TOO 11 II 33U
Mez. Petroleum .. 14100 11 86 17
Miami Copper .... 1.400 11 30 10
Missouri Pacific... T.400 18 17 17
Montana Power .. 100 73 70
Nevada Copper ... 4,300 11 1T 1T
New York Central. ,80 73 71 73
N. T., N. H. A H... 1,000 18 37 28
Norfolk A West... 1.100 107 1 10
Northern Pacific.. 1,000 17 97 97
Paclflo Mall 1,700 26 94 34
Pennsylvania 1,600 61 51 61
Pittsburgh Coal 4'
Reading 11 400 80 71 7
Republlo I. A S... llilOO 77 74 76
Shattuck Art. Cop. 1,800 21 10 10
Southern Pacific. 4,900 90 91 , 89',
Southern Railway.. 1,100 17 2 16
StudebakertCorp... 11.000 41 11 11
Texas Co 11.600 141 11 140
Union Paclflo .... -.4.(00 126 134 135V
U, R. Ind. Alcohol. 8,300 131 186 127
U. 8. Steel 100,700 106 101 103
U. 8. Steel pfd.... 1.800 116 116 166
Utah Copper 33 600 85 82 63
Wabash pfd "B".. 400 18 51 21
Western Union ... 300 11 I 16
Weatinghouse Klec. T.90O 43 40 41
Total sales for the day, 1.076,000 shares.
Mew York Money Market.
New York, Oct 10. Mercantile paper. 5
O 5 per cent
Sterling Sixty day bills, 14.71; com
mercial slxty-dsy bills on banks, $4.71; com
mercial sixty-day bills, $4.70; demand,
$4.76; cables. $4.76 7-1.
Francs Demand, (5.78: cables. $6.77.
GullderaDemand, 45c; cables, 460.
Lire Demand, $7.77; cables. $7.7.
Rubles Demand, 16.10c; cables, 11.15c.
Bar silver 88c '
Mexican dollars 17 e.
Time loans Steady; atxty days, 606 !
ninety days an! six months, 5HO.
Call money Steady; h gh, 1; low, 1)
ruling rate, !; closing bid, 1: offered
at 3; last loan, 1.
U. 8. 2s reg.... IT Int M. M. Is .. I8j
do coupon .. 9,K. C. 8, r. 6s.. 80
U. 8. 3s reg.... tKL A N. un. 4s.. II
do coupon .. 99 M K A T 1st 4s (1
U. 8. 4s reg.,..106Mo. Vac. g. 4s.. 65
do coupon .,106 Mont. Power 5s.. 91
Fan. 3s coupon 84 N. T. C. d. Is.. 97
Am. F. 8. 5s.. 96No. Paclflo 4s .. 14
Am. T. A T. c. 6s 11 do 3s
Anglo-French Is. 11 O. 8. L. r. 4s 17
Arm. A Co. 4s 8Pac. T. A T. 6s 93
Atchison Ven. 4s 8Penn. c. 4s....l00
Bal. A O. 4a.... II do gen. 4s.. 13
Ceru Leath 6s .. 97 Reading gen. 4s 89
Can. Pan. lat .. 108 L A S F a Is II
C. A O. c. 6s.. 10 So. Pao. c. 6s.. 15
C. B. A Q. j. 4s 14 do ref. 4s.... 14
CMASPg4sll So. Ry. 6s ...... 94
C. R. I. A P. r. 4s "Tex. A Pac. lat 11
C. A 8. r. 4s 77 Union Paclflo 4s 19
D. R. Q. T. 6s 64 do cv. 4s .... 17 v
D. of C. 6 15 TJ. 8. Rubber 5s.. 81 N
Erie gen. 4s .. 93 U 8. Steel 5s. .100
Gen. Eleo. 6s .. 99 Wabash 1st .... 18
G. No. 1st 4s 10 West Un. 4r, . II
111. Cen. r. 4s.. 10 'Bid. "Asked.
New York, Oct 10. The market for cof
fee futures showed continued Irregularity
during thevday's trading. The opening was
unchanged to 1 points higher on tho firm'
er tone reported In the cost and freight
market reported late yesterday. There was
a renewal of December liquidation, however,
while there appeared to be a little trade
selling of later deliveries with December
easing ofl from 7.30o to 7 17c and May from
7.72c to 7.680 during the afternoon. The
closo was 3 points to 1 point higher. Th
business included switching from December
to later months. October, T.llc; December.
7.18c; January, 7.16c; March, 7.60c; May.
7.8; July, 7.86; Sept., 1.00
The local spot market was unchanged at
8 for Rio 7's and 9 for Santos 4's. Of
fers of Santos 4's were reported here at
8.90o and their 3 s and 4's at 1.16c by sail,
but It was said these prices figured out a
hlgherd cost to the Importer than nine cent:
The official cables reported a decline oJ
100 rels at Rio and 60 rels in Santos futures
Rio exchange l-ld higher. Brasllian port
receipts, 73,000 bags.
Minneapolis Grain Market,
Minneapolis, Oct 10. Flour Marks'
Sharp Reduction in
Price of Provisions
Chicago, Oct. 10. Sharp reductions
in the cost of provisions came about
today largely as a consequence of
government action to put an end to
speculation in cottonseed oil and be
cause of gossip, that moves would
follow to cut down prices of corn and
The biggest setback in values was
in pork, which at one time showed
an overnight fal. of $1.90 a. barrel.
McAdoo Urges Soldiers
To Invest inLiberty Bonds
Camp Lewis, Tacoma, Wash., Oct.
10. William McAdoo, secretary of
the treasury, carried a message from
the government of the United States
to 30,000 men of the national army at
Camp Lewis today.
He urged the men of the national
army to subscribe for Liberty bonds.
American Telephont & Tilajri?1! Co.
A dividend of Two Dollar per share wilt
be paid on Monday, October IS, 1917, U
stockholders of record at the dose of bad-'
ness on Saturday. September 29, 1917.
CD. MILNE, Treasurer
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