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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 25, 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
-NEW. Modern 6-room house; paved street:
Warner car line. All oak. Will aell 1260
yewn Call D. 3629 days or Wal 677
ONB 6-room and one- 4-toom cottage, both
on an lot; fine oondltlon; live In on and
rent the other Price for both. U.lht
Very easy terma. No. U31 8 20tb 8L
400 Bn Bide Phone bougies 427
J EXCEPTIONAL. HOME BARGAIN'S.
6-rni. cottage, modem except heat, corner
lot. 1723 N. 32' St.. only 32,200
6-rm, cottage, a., modern, corner lot 102
N. S2d St.. only 3 260
8 rooma, all modern with garage, 4246
Faroara St., only 4,250
Above prices are one-third under the
actual value. We. believe the- to be the
nest HOME BARGAINS In Omaha. Small
down payment and eaay terma. .Rent will
P'iy for them.
ilcCAGUE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Phone Doug. 415.
jET me abow you my brand new stueco
bungalow; finely flntahed. eicellent loca
tion. A real bargain at 11.850 Rea
aonable terma ("all owner. Dnuglaa 17S2
W FARNAM SMITH Co..
Real fcjtate and Insurance.
1320 r'ar nam St. Doug 10(4
R S. TRUMBULU
106 let Nat Bk Blda D 1734
REAL ESTATE B'neas Pr'pty
IOUNQ A DO IERTT.
City Real EL.ate.
Pouglae 1571. 523 Brindeta Theater
H. A. W ILF. Realtor. Ware Blk. Speclallal
In downtown business oronerf
REAL ESTATE 'Unimproved
FIVE LOTS For quick sale, will take $02
each; terma, 50c per week. Telephone
Doug. 2596 or Wal. 1655 In the evenings
or on Sunday.
LARGE Garden Lota near car line, paved
street. II 26 to II 96 tl down Done 4074
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
10 ACRES, west of Benson; highly Im
proved; stocked with chickens, tow,
horse, utensils; eaay terms; priced low.
Call Doug. 2819. Mr. Browne.
DUNDEE STUCCO HOME
This la a two-atory and attic seven-room
modern house, finish In oak and white
enamel, located convenient to the carllne
near 63d atreet, next to a 115.000 home.
Haa large living room with brick fire
place and beamed celling; dining room,
kitchen, butler'a pantry, lavatory and
toilet first floor; four bedrooms, bath,
sleeping porch, aecond floor, stairway to
floored attic, full cemented basement, hot
water heat, laundry connections, garage,
chlldren'a play house, combination cement
driveway. South front lot 60x135 feet, af
fords one of the best views in the Dundee.
Price, $6,500; reasonable terms. Imme
diate possession; key at our office. Owner
GEORGE & COMPANY
Phone Doug. 756. 902 City Nat. Bank.
1 HAVE one of the beat lots in Dundee,
highly restricted in a neglhbrhood where
they are putting up from $6,500 to $25,000
homes. I will consider an automobile or
an equity in a nice bungalow as part pay
ment on this fine lot; size of lot 100x135
feet, equal to two ordinary city lota. Ad
dress Box 6544.
NEW 8-room residence, oak and white
enamel finish. Nllsson, 422 Securities
Thirty-five lots outside the city limits
close to school, church and car line, in
a nice, growing neighborhood. This
would make a fine place to raise pigs and
poultry. The soil is fertile and suitable
for gardening, The owner lives in Cali
fornia and has Instructed me to sell
these lots for less than $100.00 each, with
a reasonable down payment and the bal
ance payable weekly or monthly. If this
piece -, Is "Too large it .might be divided
to suit purchaser. You oould not find
a better place for a hog ranch. You
may telephone me at Doug. 2596, or Wal.
1565 in the evening or on Sunday.
FIVE very fine garden lots, close to car line,
close to school. Just outside the city ilmits,
where you do not have to ay city taxes;
an ideal place to raise pigs, pcultry or
garden; the owner has moved to Cali
fornia and say a aell at once;, price $92
eaifa: terms, 60c a week on a.ch lot. Call
Walnut 3466 today or In the-evening.
I CAN take you out today and show you
the best 5 acres for the money that can
be found west of Dundee. It can be sold
with a reasonable down payment, and the
balance In 6 years. Call me up at Wal.
20 ACRES west of Dundee, high and sightly.
Write me today and let me tell you about
. this bargain. Address Box 6189, Omaha
4 LARGE lots, north part of Omaha; price
$195 each; terms, 60c per week. Address
Bo 51 S3. Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE Investment
Income, $2,700. Located two blocks from
16th and Howard; brick Improvements.
In line for substantial increase. Might
consider a portion in clear property; this
is priced right and Is high-grade.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City National.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE ARE SPECIALIZING ACREAGE
tracts in and around Omaha. Have wait
ing clients to buy or exchange. List your
now.1 We will inspect at once. . Let us
get to it early. -
; INTERSTATE REALTY CO.
S. H. BROWNE, MGR.
913-14 City Nat. Doug. 2S19.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers foi
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to 500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co.. Tyler (96. 701 Ona Nat Flank Bid.
HAVE calls for Dundee homes and would
like exclusive listings on a few bunga
lows and bouses from $3,500 to $12,000
C. A. Grlmmel. 849 Om. Nat, Bk. Bldg.
HAVE calls for Dundee homes and would
like exclusive listings on a few bunga
lows and bouses from $3,500 to $12,000.
C. A. Grlmmel. 849 On. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
". PER CENT FIRST FARM MORTGAGES
On 1-nproved Nebraska farms. Interest
$1,000, becurity worth 16,205.00.
$3,000, security worth $11,000.00.
Others up to $15,000. -not exceeding 40
per cent of al- of securities.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
637 Omaha Natl Bank Bldg.. Omaha.
:ITY AND FARM LOANS
6. 6 and 6 per cent. Also first mort
gagee on farms and Omaha real estate tor
sale. J H. Dumou & Co.. 416-418 Keellne
Bldg.. 17th and Harney
7HE Investors of Omaha will always find
us with a stock of 6 per cent first mort
gages, secured by Omaha residence prop
erty or Nebrasks farms.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC..
619 Keellne Bldg.
DIVIDENDS OF 5 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts an account.
VMAHA LOAN tt BLDG. ASSOCIATION.
H W BINDER
Money on hand for mortgage loana
City National Bank mag
2.509 MTG.. bearing 6 pet. semi-annually;
secured by mortgage valued at $9,200.
Tal mage-Loom is Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS
W. T GRAHAM. 604 Bee Bldg
i"p7 f.TY UARVJN BROS..
JO' LOANS Om Nat. Bk Bldg.
MONEY HARRISON MORTON
916 Omaha Nat. Bk Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB
KEEFE R E. CO.. 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
$100. to $1" "" MADE promptly F D.
Mead. Wcad Bldg.. lth ana arnam bts
ONEY lo loan on Improved farms and
nrhee Klok" I"'" ""' ni .' ,m" n
LOW RATKS-K- :tl HEKO. 312 Bran-
deis'Thealei Bldg. D. H.'.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W H THOMAS SON Kellne Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
WANTED Reliable party to organise stuck
company, to start factory, manufacture
Safety Stove Flue, out of sheet-Iron and
tin, no brick required. Will exchange pat
ent for shares, want to get Invention on
market, small capital, and sure seller; or
I would consider royalty proposition; ref
erence exchanged. F. C. Melsha, Monowl,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
CORN AND COTTON LAND.
Cheap, easy terms, S. E. Arkansas. Ex
cursions 1st and 3d Tuesdays. Free liter
ature. W. 8. Frank. 201 Neville Blk..
BUY A LOUISIANA FARM NOW.
Am offering great bargains in Louisi
ana alluvial lands; buy before big ad
vance, which is a certainty; have small
or big tracts; write me what you want.
Woodcock. Ravenwood, La.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM.
$10 cash and $6 monthly, no Intereat or
taxes; highly productive land; close to
three big markets. Write for photograph!
and full Information. MUNGER. A-lll.
N T Life Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo
GREAT BARGAINS $5 down, $5 monthly,
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$220. Address Box 282.' Springfield. Mo.
SMALL Nebraska farm on easy payments
t acres up. We 'arm the farm we aell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
association. 15tb and Howard Sts.. Omaha
320 ACRES. L"oln Co.. Neb., a bargain.
JOHN J. MULVIHILL, REALTOR.
200 Brandels Theater Bldg. Phone
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade,
medium-priced land in Nebraska. Very
little money required. C Bradley, Wol
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $50 per a..
Including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi A C. M. Rylander, 354 Omaha Nat'l.
CLIENT will pay $320 cash for the poorest
160 acres in Nebraska, with a perfect
title. C. J. Canan, McCague Bldg.
68 ACP.ES, all In cultivation, mile 8. W.
of Allen, Neb.; all good land; will aell
at a bargain. S. Larson, Carks. Neb.
CLOSE-IN. 50 acres, dandy apple orchard
and farm land; modern improvements.
Nllseon. 422 Securities Bldg,
RANCHES of ail slsea and kinds, easy
terms. A, A. Patsman. 801 Karbach Blk.
LIST your lands .for quick reaulte with C
f Canan. $10 McCague Bldg.. Omaha.
NEW JORDAN VALLEY PROJECT.
HEART OF THE RANGE.
Get on the ground floor with 80 acres
Irrigated land In connection with open
rang,.. You can grow atock successfully
and cheaply. Excursion Jan. 15. Send for
HARLEY J. HOOKER.
40 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg.. Omaha.
South Dakota Lands.
FINE, level section of land, Faulk coun
ty (southeastern part). South Dakota,
nea. Seneca; deep black loan, clay sub
soil; adjoining places well improved.
Price $36 an acre.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
FIVE-CENT AN ACRE CASH.
Texas school lands for sale by the state
at $2 per acre; 6c per acre cash and no
more for 40 years, but S per cent Interest.
Send 6c postage for further information.
INVESTOR PUBLISHING CO.,
Dept. 27, San Antonio, Tex.
8EE ua for Texaa land. We furnish cattle.
You pay from profits. Tbomaa Olson. 407
CHCICE FARMS Nlisgor. 422 Rose Bldg.
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't Hat yonr farn with ua If you want
to keep it.
E. P. SNOWDBN SON.
429 8. 16th Douglas 9871
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
THREE exceptionally good Phlliplno Mus
covy drakes, ready for spring service; also
taking orders for limited nur ber of set
tings of efcgs from a pen of prize winning
. GEO. A. ' WILSON.
Walnut 1141. . 6611 Harney St.
FOR SALE MEXICAN CHIHUAHUA DOG
(BLACK AND BROWN), 1810 N. 17TH
ST., WEBSTER 6200.
THOROUGHBRED Alrdale pups, 4 weeks
old. Call Webster 1367
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR SALE Fine 6-month-old Shetland
pony. Joe Vomacka, 2223 8 St. Phone So.
2634. 8o. Side. Omaha. Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY MONEY MONEY
IS SANTA CLAUS COMING
TO YOUR HOUSE 7
Grown up folks know why ha cornea
or stays away. If yon have a little
money he la more likely to come.
Are you going to run the risk of blm
missln you? Take no chance and get
the money today. Let ua give Santa
Claua your number.
For 26 years wa have been doing thla.
Easy payments. Utmost privacy.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
340 Paxton Block .Tel. Doug. 2215.
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notea as security
$40. 6 mo., H. goods, total coat. $3.60.
$40, 6 mo., indorsed notes, total cost, $3.(0
Smaller, large am'te proportionate rata.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Rose Bldg.. 16th and Farnam. Ty. 666
LOANS ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
AT 1 PCT SMALLER LOANS S PCT.
W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1892.
6TH FLOOR (ROSE) SECURITIES. TY. 95
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Hjrry
. Malashork. 1514 Dodge. T 6619 Fat 191
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Fredla B. Frankfurt and husband to
Clara Meyer, northwest corner
Fiftieth and Webster streets,
100x135 $ 1
Clara Meyer and husband to Fredla
B. Frankfurt, Wakeley street, 105
feet west of Forty-first avenue,
north side, 20x84; Wakeley street,
125 feet west of Forty-first avenue,
north side. 25x128 1
Augusta Knecht to Llllle Smith, south
east corner Twentieth and Clark
streets, 46x82 1,500
Frank T. Burdick and wife to Mar
garet M. Burke, Ames avenue, 407
feet east of Twenty-fourth street,
north side, 44x136 866
Agnes Roystcr to Margaret Harding
Sherwood avenue, 196 feet east of
Sixteenth street, south side. 36x131 2,950
Jennie Sautter to Charles B. Schlei
cher, southwest corner Third and
Boulevard avenue, 1.79 acres 375
Arthur 8. Davenport, et al.. to Arthur
S. Potter. Fortieth street, 255 feet
south of Dewey avenue, west side,
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts fair, demand quiet on medium
grades of prairie hay; market steady, with
prices unchanged on both alfalfa and prairie
Prairie Hay Choice upland, $24.00; No
I, I22.0023.00; No. 2. $18.00?19.40; No. t.
$15.0016.00. Midland: No. 1. 122.001?
22.00; No. 2, $18.001919.00. Lowland: No.
1. I17.0018.00; No. 2, $14.00(916.00; No
Straw Oat. $9.50; wheat. $9.90.
Alfalfa Choice. $31.00; No. 1, $28,009
30.01; standard. J2.00 28.00; No. 2. 24.009
25 00; No. 3. $21.00023.00.
Chicago, Dec. 24. Butter Market steady;
creamery, 39 490.
Eggs Market higher; receipts, 5.877
cases; firsts, 4647c; ordinary firsts, 420
46c; at mark, caaes included, 40 46c; re
frigerator firsts, 3314 S7c.
Potatoes Market higher; receipts, 60
cars; Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan,
bulk, $1.S562.05; do, sacks. 11.902.16.
Poultry Alive, market unsettled; fowls,
176 21c; springs. 194c; turkeys, 24c.
New York Cotton.
New York, Dec. 24. Cotton futures open
ed steady; December. 30.25c; January,
29.62c; March, 29.22c; May, 28.57c; July.
Cotton Spot, quiet; middling. 31c. Future j
r'osed steady. January. !!'J.7ric; March !
29.2';c; Jiaj". 13.37c; July, ZH.iic; October'
OMAHA LIVE STOCK!
Small Kan of Cattle With
Prices 15 Cents Up; Hogs
15 to 20 Cents Higher;
Lambs Quarter Up.
Omaha. Tec. 24, 1917.
Receipts were: Cattle. Horn. Sheen
Estimate Monday 6.000 4,000 4.500
Same day last week .. 8.716 9,138 S2.990
Same day 2 wks. ago.. 6,993 11.376 12.024
Same day $ wks. ago.. 17. 675 11.847 17.116
Same day 4 wks. ago.. 17. 243 9.235 16.040
Same day last year ..holiday ,
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock Yards, Omaha, for twenty
four hours ending at $ o'clock yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.H'r's.
C. M. St. P U 4
Union Pacific 48 9 10 9
C. A N. W., east 2 S 4
C. 4 N. W.. west 11 11 1 1
C, St. P.. M. O 5 It 1
C. B. A Q., east 19 1
C, B. & Q., west 86 6 2
C. R. I. A P.. east.... t 4 1
Illinois Central 1 1
Chicago Gt., Western.. 8 3 I
Totals 197 57 19 6
Cattle. Hogs, Sheep.
Morris A Co 868 800 ....
Swift and Company. .1,090 629 1,146
Armour A Co 1.031 914 224
J. W. Murphy 1.76$ ....
Lincoln Pack. Co.... 34
Wilaon Pack. Co 23
Armour, St. Paul 1,744 ....
Hill A Son 2
F. B. Lewis 19
J. B. Root A Co.... 10
J. H. Bulla 47
Rosenstock Bros 60 .... ....
F. O. Kellogg 115
Werthelmer A Degen. 402 ....
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.. 129
Huffman 15 .... ....
Glass berg 1 .... ....
John Harvey $44 .... ....
Jensen A Lungren.... 7 .... ....
Other buyers 346 .... 2.183
Totals 7,672 6,409 $,069
Cattle The week opens out with the
smallest Monday run of cattle that has
been here in months, the arrivals being esti
mated at about 6,000 head. The market
showed a continuation ot the advance toward
the latter part of last week, competition
being good on all kinds, and movement ac
tive at prices that were higher in practically
every instance. On native beeves and fat
cows and helfeia prices were 10i816 up.
Quite a few of the better kinds of short feds
sold around lll.0012.20, with warmed up
and light native steers downward to $9.00.
In spite of the fact that tomorrow Is a holi
day and there will be no market, desirable
stockers and feeders were in very good re
quest, and sold strong to 10O16e higher. A
moderate run of western beef sold stronger.
Quotations on cattle: Prime heavy beeves,
$12.50914.00; good to choice beeves, $11.60
912.60; fair to good beeves. $9.60611.60;
common to fair beeves, $7.0009.60; good to
choice yearlings, I12.00fjll4.00-, fair to good
yearlings, $10.50012.00; common to fair
yearlings, $6.60010.60; good to choice
grass beeves, 1 0.00 Il.iO ; fair to good
grass beeves, $8.76010.00; common to fair
grass beeves, $6.6008.60; good to choice
heifers, $8.00010.60; good to choice cows,
$8.809.60; fair to good cows, $6.6007.76;
common to fair cows, $6.6006.25; good to
choice feeders, $9.75010.75; fair to good
feeders, $8.2609.76; common to fair feeders,
$6.0007.00; good to choice stockers, $8,600
9.50; stock heifers, $6.6008.26; stock cows,
$6.007.26; stock calves, $6.O09.60; veal
calves, $9.00 91$-75; bulls, stags, etc, $6.26
Hogs The usual light before-holiday run
was on hand thla morning. Trade was active
from the beginning and the majority of
the hogs were sold before 10 o'clock. The
market was 16020c higher, with the top
hogs selling at $18.70, and the bulk running
from $16.40 to $16.60. Trade In stock pigs
was about ateady with the last two or three
Representative salea: ,
No. Av. 8h. Pr. No. Av. 8h. Pr.
74. .172 '190 $16 30 82. .190 ... $16 $6
67. .272 40 16 40 82. .256 ... It 46
67. .235 70 16 50 68. .268 ... 1 65
64. .179 70 16 60 18. .$00 210 16 66
49. .273 ... 16 70
Sheep and Lambs A light run of sheep
and lambs was here this morning. Trade
was active and prices ruled higher as might
have been anticipated. General undertone
In fat lambs brought ZZZZ14
in fat lambs was fully 15 cents up, others
showing a greater advance than that. Good
fat lambs brought around $16.26, some
choice lightweight stuff going for $16.86
16.40. Supplies of fat sheep were very
limited, but one decy of killer ewes chang
ing hands on the opening rounds. There was
nothing choice here. Feeder trade was of
little consequence, not much feeder stuff be
ing here. Some improvement In the demand
characterized opening trade, although prices
were easier, and the best lambs brought
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
handywelght, $15.6014.60; lambs, heavy
weight, $14.00015.60; lambs, feeders, $14.00
O16.00; lambs, shorn, $11.50014.00; Iambs,
culls, $10.0015.00; yearlings, fair, to choice
$11.60013.26: yearlings, feeders, $12,000
14.25; wethers, fair to choice. $11.00012-60;
ewes, fair to choice. $9.76 11.25; ewes,
breeders, alt ages, $10.60 016.50; ewes, feed
ers, $7.60010.60; ewes, culls and cannera,
No. Av. Pr.
79 fed ewea 105 11 00
200 fed lambs 76 It 36
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St Louis, Dee. 24. Cattle-rRecelpts, 4,400
head; market higher; natives, $8.00014.25;
yearling steers and heifers, $7.00015.60;
cows, $5.00011.00; stockers and feeders,
$6.6011.00; Texas and Indian steers, $6.76
O10.60; fair to prime southern beef steers.
$9.00012.76; beef cows and heifers, $6,000
10.00; prime yearling steers and heifers.
$7.60010.00; native calves, $7.65016.00.
Hogs Receipts. 7,700 bead; market high
er; lights, $16.60017.06; pigs, $15.75016.25;
mixed and butchers, $16.60017.10; good
heavy, $17.00017.16; bulk of sales, $16.60
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,400 head;
market steady; lambs, $13.0016.25; ewes,
$10.00011.50; wethers, $11.00012.60; can
nera and choppers, $6.00 9.00.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. $4. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4,500 head; market' higher; prime
fed steers, $12.00014.90; dressed beef steers,
$11.00012-60; western, $8.76011.76; cows,
$6.009$.50i heifers, $7.00010.76; bulls,
$6.008.26; calves, $6.26013.00.
Hogs Receipts, 7.000 head; market
higher; bulk, $16.26 16.71; pigs, $13,000
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, $.000 head;
market higher; lambs, $16.00916.00; year
lings, $12.00814.00; wethera. $11.00013.00;
ewes, $9.00011 50; stockers and feeders,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Dec. 24. Cattle Receipts, 13,
000 head; market firm; native steers, $7.35
014.40; western steers, $6.40012.75; Block
ers and feeders, $6.60010.25; cows and
heifers. $5.20011-30; calves, $8.60016.60.
Hogs Receipts, 23,000 head; market firm;
bulk, $16.66017.26; light, $15.90017.00;
mixed, $16.40017.10; heavy. $16.30017.10;
rough, $16.30016.56; pigs. $11.75015.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts 8,000 head;
market strong; wethers, $9.0013.10; ewes,
$8.00011-90; lambs, $12.60016.40.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City, la., Dec 24. Hogs Receipts,
5,000 head: market 6 to 10 cents higher;
light! $16.0CO16.'6; mixed, $16.36016.50;
heavy, $16.45016.66; pigs. $14.00015.60;
Cattle Receipts, 1,600 head; market, 10
to It cents higher: beef steers, $8.60013.00;
fat cows and heifers, $6.60O.25; canncrs,
$5.0006.25; stockers, and feeders, $7,000
10.00; calves, $7.60011-00; bulls, stags, etc.,
$6.5008.50; feeding cows and heifers, $5.76
Sheep Receipts, 700 head: market steady.
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo Dec. 24. Cattle Receipts,
2.000 head; market higher; steers, $8,600
13 00; cows and heifers, $5.60012.00; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market high
er; top. $16.70; bulk, $16.35016 .65.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,200; market
steady; Iambs, $12.00 015 60; ewes. $8,009
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruits.
New York. Dec. 24. Evaporated Apples
Bull; California, 15 17c; prime state, 15
Prunes Quiet; California. 8H13Vie;
Apricots Dull: choice, 17c; extra choice,
17e; fancy, 180.
Peaches Dull; standard, lHje; choice,
Raisins Steady; loose mnscatels, t9H":
choice to fancy seeded, tftOlOHc; seedless,
9JlOViC; London layers, t crown, $1.80.
w York Produce.
Now York. Dec. 24. Butter Market eas
ier; receipts, 6.634 tubs; creamery, higher
than extras, 6060tyc; creamery extras,
(92 score). 49$49c; firsts, 4440480;
Kr.KB Market firm; receipts, 2.166 cases;
fvsh gathered extras, 6flijji61c; extra first,
LgfyDOc; firsts, 66537c; seconds, 5255c;
OMAHA CASH GRAIN
Omaha grain receipts were heavy,
even for a Monday. On the market
there were 142 carloads of corn, 145
of oatt and 64 of wheat. The market
was slow in starting and on corn, at
noon there had bren hartily enouRh
sales made to establish a price. Sales
that had been made were at $1.3($
1.42 and the general trend, it was con
tended, was slightly higher on the bet
Oats were around J J cent up. the
sales having been made at 7(ft78
cents a bushel.
As usual, the food administration
took all the wheat.
refrigerator special marks, 39o; refrigerator
Cheese Market steady; reciMnts, 2.189
boxes; state fresh specials. 23Vt023c;
state average run,,. 23c.
Poultry Alive Market quiet; no prices
quoted; dressed, market weak; chickens.
20m$35c; fowls, 18H027HC; turkeys,
CHICAGO GRAIN ASU PROVISIONS.
Likelihood ot Cold Wave Brought Advance
in Corn Value.
Chicago, Dec. !4. Likelihood of a cold
wave brought about an advance today In
the value of corn. Prices at the finish, al
though unaetllerl, were H to lc net higher,
with January 1.26t and May $1.24H. Oats
gained 1 to ISc. The outcome In provisions
was a decline ranging from 10 to 42 rents.
Predictions that temperatures were to go
sharply down grade led to Immediate mis
givings In the corn market that the opera
tion of the railroads would be handicapped
and that the movement of the corn crop
would auffer new delay. Besides, fresh
complaints of car scarcity gained circula
tion, and it was said traffic facilities had
not as ye improved aufflclently to result
In any decided increase of loadings. Re
ceipts here weres till dlsnppolntlngly small,
and the Cnlted States visible supply total
showed only a slight enlargement. I'nder
such circumstances, bolls had the advantage
throughout the entire session. Business was
of a noticeably restricted holiday character.
Buying that was ascribed to export Inter
ests had a good deal to do with the advance
In oats. The beet demand waa for the May
Announcement of the letting of Immense
government contracts to packing houses
strengthened provisions. Profit taking sales.
nowever, caused a decided reaction after
Chicago Cash Prices Corn: No. 2 and
No 3 yellow, nominal; No. 4 yellow, $1.66
O1.60. Oats: No. 3 white, 7s ft Kile; stand
ard. 79O80UC Rye: No. 2, $l.s:l.!S.
Barley, $1.4001.68. Seeds: Timothy, $6.00
C'7.50; clover, $20.0026 00. Provision:
Pork, nominal; lard, 24.46; ribs, $23.87
New York Money.
New York, December 24. Prime Mer
cantile Paper 6 HO 6 44 per cent.
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day bills,
$4.71 Vi; commercial sixty-day bills on banks,
$4.71; commercial sixty-day bills, $4,704;
domand, $t.754; cables, $4.7$ 7-16.
Silver Bar, 86e; Mexican dollars, $He.
Bonds Government, easy; railroad, irreg
ular. Time Loans Stronger: sixty, ninety and
six months, 6 per ien bid.
Call Money Easy; highest, 6 per cent;
lowest, 4H per cent; ruling rate, 6 per cent;
closing bid, 4Vi per cent; offered at 6 per
cent; latest loan, 4H per cent.
U. S. 2s reg... 96tt'IlI. Cen. ref. 4s. 9614
do coupon.... 96VsInt. M. M. 6s.... 90
U. 8. 3s, reg... 99 'Kan. C. So. r. 5s 76
do coupon.... 99 L, A N, un. 4s. 84U
U. S. Lib. 8HS.. 98.22L. A N. un. 4s.. 8414
U. 8. 4s, reg...l93M., K. A T. 1 4s 66 4
do coupon.... 193K Mo. Pacific g. 4s. 63 Vi
Am. For. Bece... 94V,Mont. Power 5s. 85
Am. T, A T. e. 6s 90 N. Y. Cen, d. 6s. 89
Anglo-French 6s. 8No. Pac. 4s.... 82
Arm. A Co 414s.. 82 do Is 67
Atchison gen. 4s. 83 O. S. L. ref. 4s.. 8$
B. A O. ov. 4Hl 70 Pac. T. A T. 6s. 91
Betb. Steel r. 5s. 87HI'enn. con. 4 Vis., 96
Cen. Leather 6s. 93 do gen. 414... 8614
Cen. Paclflo 1st 78 Reading gen. 4s. 81 V4
C. A O. cv. 6s.... 74 St. L. A 8. F.a.Os 46
C. B. A Q., ). 4s. 9H48o. Pacific cv. 6s. 86
CM. A 8tP.c.4Vk 71 14 So. Railway 6s.. 9014
C. R. I. A P. r. 4s 63 Tex. A Pac. 1st. 88
C. A S. r. 414s 68 14 Union Pac. 6s... 86 V4
D. A R. O. r. 6s. 47 HIT. 8. Rubber 6s.. 76
D. of C. 6s 1931.. 88 IT. 8. Steel 6s.... 9414
Erie gen. 4s.... 47H,,Wabash 1st... 95V4
Gen. Elec. 5s. 96 Bld. ;
Qt. No. 1st 4 Vis. 87 "Offered.
New York, Dec. 24. Coffee There was a
further sharp advance at the opening of
the market for coffee futures today, with
March selling at 7.670 and September at
8.20o during the early trading or about t to
16 points net higher.' Foreign buying was
quiet. The advance attracted considerable
realising, however, and prices reacted later,
with March selling off to 7.62c and Septem
ber to 8.09c The close waa net I polnta
tower to t points higher. December and
January. 7.41a; March, 7.61c; May, 7.77c;
July, 7.94c; September, g.09c; October, 8.16c.
Spot coffee firm; Rio 7s, 8.00c; Santos 4s,
9c. Fair sales are said to have been made
In the cost and freight market late Satur
day and this morning, including Santos 4a
at prices ranging from 9.35c to 9:46c; Lon
don credits. Today's offerings from Braxil
were reported limited and Irregular. They
Included 4a at from 9.40c to 9.50c, London
The official cables reported no change In
Brazilian markets except Santos futures
which were unchanged to 26 rets lower,
' New York General Market.
New York, Dec. 34. Flour Dull: spring
patents, $10.35011.25; winter patents, $10.60
010.76; winter straights,' $10.16010 50;
Kansas straights. $10.6510.90; all nomlnaL
Corn Spot, firm; kiln dried, No. 3 yel
low, $1.72; cost and freight New York, 10
day shipment; Argentine, $2.20 f. o. b. car
New York to arrive.
Oats Spot, steady; standard, $1091 140.
Hay Steady; No. 1. tl.40Ol.46; No. ,
$1.35; No. 3, $1.20; shipping. 96c$1.00.
Hops Quiet; state, medium to choice,
1917, 62067c; 1916, nominal; Paclflo coast,
1917. 23027c; 1918, 1619o.
Hides Quiet; Bogota, 41c; Central Amer
Leather Firm: hemlock sole, overweight
No. 1, 61c; No. 3, 49c.
Pork Firm; mesa, $62.00052.50: family.
$54.00O$66.00; short deaf1. $64.00 0 59.00.
Lard Weak; middle west, $24.95025.0$.
Tallow Dull; city special, loose, 17 Vie. .
Wool Firm; domestic fleece, XX Ohio
and Pennsylvania, 70c.
Rice Firm; fancy head, $0tc; blue
Corn meal Steady: fine, white and yel
low, $4.654.90; coarse. $4.7604.80; kiln
fit. Louis Grain.
St. Louis. Mo., Dec 24. Corn No. S
track. $1.67; No. 2 white, $1.77; December,
$1.274 bid; May, $1.21 bid.
Oats No. 2 track, 79V42c; No. 3 white,
80 'A 0le.
Dry Goods Market.
New York, flee. 24. Dry Goods Dry
goods market here today very quiet In the
wholesale division, many houses were closed
for the holiday or remained open but a
Minneapolis, Dec 24. Flour Market un
changed; in carload lots, fancy patent
quoted at $9.90 wood; first clear, $9.80
Jute; second clears, $6.00 Jute.
Corn No. 3 yellow, $1,600 l.tS.
Oats No. 3 white, 77 78c.
Flaxseed $3.36 14 3.39 14 .
Kansa City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 24. Corn: No. 2
mixed. $1.6701.70; No. t white, $1.70; No.
2 yellow, $1.701.72; December, $1.28; Jan
Oats No. 2 white, 80 SO 14c; Xo. 2 mixed,
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Dec.. 24. Butter Creamery,
44c; firsts, 42c; seconds, 40c; packing, 34c.
Eggs Firsts, 46c; seconds. 29 30o.
Poultry Hens, 20c; roosters. 14c; broilers,
New York Cotton Market. '
New York, Dee. 24. The cotton market
today cloned very steady at a net advance
of 7 to 17 points.
British Exchange Cloned.
London, Dec. 24. All Liverpool and Lon
don exchanges were closed today.
New York Sugar.
New York, Dec. 24. Holiday in raw and
refined sugar market today.
London, Dec. J I. Bar allver, 43 d per
ounce. Money: 4 per cent. Dlncount rates:
Short bills, per cent; three months bills,
i per cent.
Looking for work? Turn to the
Help Want Columns now. You
will find hundreds of positions listed
Receipts Liberal and Market
Active ; Corn 2 Cents High
er in Spots; Barley
Onahs. Dec. I. 1917. ,
Arrivals of (train over Sunday wure very
liberul, a total or 206 cars being reported
In. the bulk being corn and oiita with 142
and 145 cars respectively. Wheat receipts
werj 64 car.i and ryo 10 cars while those
of barley were five cars.
The effect of tho recent orders to eastern
railroads to turn over empty cars to west
ern roada la plainly becoming more visible
each day and can be verified by the sub-
stantlc.l increase In receipts of late. Corn
ami oats are arriving in liberal quantities
nrni roiiMttute the bulk of the arrlvala and
this because railroads are giving preference
to thi-se ccrwals, especially to corn. Cash
figures today wero about unchanged to 2
cents higher, a few cars bringing an ad
vance of 1 and 2 rents over Saturday's
sales. Klevator Interests were the prln
clpal buyers but their demand waa limited.
while a few sales were made for eastern
shipments. No. $ mixed sold at $1.62 and
No. 4 mixed at $1.46: No. 6 white sold at
11.37 and $1.39 and No. 6 yellow at $1.38
and IU1 and the same grade ot mixed at
Oats were strong, advancing three
quarters of a rent. Local buying was quite
active, and several sales reported for ox
port. No. 1 while brought 7sc and No. 3
white. 774f78c; standard grade oats sold
at 714io and the No. 3 white at 7?4771sc;
the bulk of these sales being made at 7714c
Ne. 4 white sold at 77Vc and tho sample
grade at 77c.
Rye was unchanged, thla cereal selling
at Saturday's figure. Barley waa decidedly
weaker, selling off 3 to 4 cents. Rye was
In ftlr demand, while the barley offerings
were consumed very quickly. Nos. 1 and 2
rye sold at $1.7414 and the No. 2 grade of
malting barley at $1.49. Two cars ot No.
S grade brought $1.42 and $1.46 respectively.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 854,000 bushels; corn, 148,000 bushela;
Primary wheat receipts were 1,100,000
buxhelR, and shipments 219,000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 964,000 bush
els, and shipments 311,000 bushels.
Primary oats receipts were 1,342.000 bush
els, and shipments 197,000 bushels.
Wheat Corn Oats
Chicago 4 103 116
Kanraa City 60
St. Louis 63
These salea were reported today:
Wheat No. 3 hard winter: 8 cars, $3.12.
No. 1 northern spring: 1 car, $2.16. No. 3
northern spring: $ cars, $2.12. No. 1 dark
northern spring: 1 csr, $3.19. No. 1 soft
white; 1 car (3 per cent hard red spring),
$3.10. No. 2 durum: 4 cars, $2.12. No. 1 red
durum: 1 car, $2.05. No. 2 amber durum: I
Rye No. t: t cars. $1.74 Vi.
Barley No. 3: 1 car, $1.49, No. 4: 1 car,
Corn No. 4 white: 3.6 car, $1.46. No. t
white: 1 car, $1.4$; 1 ear, $1.40; 1 car, $1.39;
1 car, $1.38; cars. 11.37. No. t white: 1
car (13 per cent damaged), $1.31. Sample
white; 1 car, $1.11. No. $ yellow: 1 car,
$1.57. No. 6 yellow: 3 cars, $1.43; 6 cars.
$1.42; 1 3-5 cars, $1.41; 1 8-6 cara, $1.40; 2
cars, $1.39; 2 cars, 11.88; 2 cars, $1.37. No.
6 yellow: 1 car, $1.36; 1 car, $1.32; 8 cars,
$1.30; 1 car. $1.28; 1 car, $1.30. Sample
yellow. 1 car, $1.46; 1 car. $1.34; 1 car,
$1.12. No. 3 mixed: 1 ear. $1.62. No. 4
mixed: 3 cara, $1.46. No. 5 mixed: 4 2-6
cars, $1.39; 1 car. $1.38; 3 cars, $1.37; 1 car,
$1.38; 1 car. $1.36; I car. $1.84 No. 6 mixed:
1 car, $1.30; 1 car, $1.29; t cars, $1.18; 1
car, $1.20, Sample mixed: 1 car, $1.12.
Oats No. 1 white: 1 car, 78c. No. 1
white: 1 car, 78c; 2 care, 774c Standard:
$ cars, 7744c. No. $ white; 30 cars" 7714c;
1 car, 7714c. No. 4 white: 10 oars, 77Vie.
Sample white: $ cars, 77c; 1 car (barley
mixed), 77c. Oata and barley: 1 car, 77c.
Omaha Cash Prtoes Corn: No 4 white,
$1.46; No. S white, $1.87; No. i yellow,
$1.3701.43; No. 6 yellow, $1.200186; sam
ple yellow, $1.120146; No. 3 mixed, $1.62;
No. 4 mixed, $146; No. 6 mixed, $1.46;
No. 6 mixed, $1.340 1. 39; No. mixed. $1.28
1.30; sample mixed, $1.12. Oata: No. 3
white, 77K78; standard. 77c; No. $
white, 77Vi0 77Vic; No. 4 white, 7714c; asm
pie. 77c. Barley; No 3, $1.420145. Rye:
No. 2, 74 Vic.
Chicago 12:30 price, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, atock and grain broken.
3is Houtn (sixteenth street. Omaha:
Art. Open. High. Lo"w. Close. Hat'y..
Corn. I 1
Jan. 1 2514 1 2614 126 1 25 12614
Dec. 1 27 1 27V4 127 14 1 27 127
May 1 84 H 1 26 133 1 24 123
Dec. 77 78 74 T8 76
May 74 76 74 76 74
Jan. 46 70 46 it 4$ 36 46 3$ 46 46
May 46 17 46 17 46 10 46 96 46 00
Lard. ,- I
Jan. 24 76 24 77 24 15 $4 IS 24 67
May 24 97 26 02 24 55 24 66 24 $0
Jan. 24 90 24 $0 $4 30 34 20 $4 60
May 26 06 25 13 24 60 24 65 24 90
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Live Poultry Springs, alt slses, l$e;
hens, all slses,l$c; old cox, 14c; turkeys.
No. 1, 8-lb. and up, 26c; ducks, F. F. fat,
17c: geese, F. P, fat, 160; guineas, each,
Dressed Poultry No. 1 atock Turkeys,
dry picked: young toma and hens, tic; old
tor.is, 36c; ducks, 20c; geese, 18o; old eox,
Fresh Sggs (By exprias), caso, M0. 15,
Prices for this week are ss follow:'
Wholesale Prices ot Beet Cuts Ribs: No. 1.
24; No. 2, 22c; No. 2, 14c. Loins: No. 1.
29 Vic; No. 3. 26c; No. t, 16o. Chucks:
No. 1, 16o; No. 3, 16c; No. $, 13a. Rounds:
No. 1, 20c; No. 2, 18c: No. S, 13c. Plates:
No. 1, 12c; No. t, 13o; No. I, 12c.
Celery California Mammoth, fresh, trim
med dally, excellent stock, well bleached,
Oysters Chesapeake standards, $1.7$ per
gallon: Chesapeake selects, per gallon, $3.16;
northern standards, per gallon, $2.46; north
ern selects, per gallon, $2.90; New York
tounta, per gallon, $$; blue points, per 100.
$1.25; large shells, per 100. $1.60; cotults,
per 100, $1.76.
Fish Fresh frosen: Halibut, coast frozen,
per lb., 20c; aalmon, red, coast frosen, per
lb., 220; pink per lb., 20c; black cod aabl
fish, coast frosen, per lb., 14c; black base,
order size, per lb., 28c; large or small, per
lb., 23c; trout, per lb., 22c; whltefish, medi
um, per lb., 16c: large per lb., 20c; pike.
No. 1. per lb., 16c; pickerel, dressed, per
lb., 12c; round, per lb., 11c; catfish, small,
per lb., 17c; crapple, medium, per lb., 12c;
tlleflsh, per lb., 14c; yellow ring perch, per
lb., 16c, buffalo, per lb.. 13c; carp, per lb.,
11c; ling cod, per lb., 12c; flounder, per
lb., 12e; western red snapper, per lb., 10c;
smelts, per lb., 16c; white perch, per lb.,
Frogs Louisiana black bulls, per dot.:
Jumbo, $2.76; large, $3.26; medium, $1.76.
Fish Fresh caught; Halibut, per lb., 23o;
salmon, per lb., 22c; black cod sable fish,
per lb., 14c; black bass, order size, per lb.,
30c; large or small, per lb., 26c; catfish,
order size and Uige, per lb., 22c; small, per
lb., 21c; crapples, lb., 15c; order size
and large, pe.- lb., 1$ and 20c; buffalo, pet
lb., 14c, .carp, per lb., 12c; red snapper, per
lb., 16c; haddock, per lb., lie; cod, per lb..
16 and 18c; flounders, per lb., 14c; smelts,
per lb., 15c: Soanlsh mackerel, per lb., 30c.
City Jail Inmates Will Be
Served With Xmas Repast
Fifteen inmates of the city jail and
work-house will be served the follow
ing menu for their Christmas dinner:
Baked heart with dressing, mashed
potatoes and gravy, canned corn,
cranberry cause, celery, raisin pie and
fruit. A dozen rabbits received yes
terday will also b eserved.
Daily Food Prices
The revised food irice list for
Douglas county, given out by the
food administration, follows:
Sugar, per pound. 9 cents.
Flour (Nebraska No. 1 Patent), 24
pound sack, $1.60; 48-pound sack, $2.90;
(Nebraska No. 2 Patent), 24-pound sack,
$1.45, 48-pound sack, $2.80.
Potatoes (Nebraska), best No, 1. 3
cents pound; No. 2, 2V4 cents pound.
Butter (per pound), creamery No. 1,
62 cents; creamery No. 2, 49 cents.
Eggs (per dozen), best No. 1 storage.
Rice (In bulk, per pound), No. 1, 11
cents; No. 2, 10 cents; No. 3, $ 1-3 cent.
Rye fiiir, 24-pound sack, $1.40.
OaUnval (In bulk, per pound), t
Bread (United Btas standard loaf.
wrapped), 16-ounce loaf, 9 rente; 24
ounee loaf, 13 cents; 32-nnnce loaf, 17
c-nU; 48-oun j loaf, 25 cents.
Note: These prices are for cash over
the counter. An additional charge may
l mar's for delivery or credit.
Christmas Cheer for
Families of Soldiers
By an announcement made in Oma
ha today Christmas cheer became as
sured to ives and children of en
listed Canadian and British soldiers
not only here, but throughout the
"The American Red Cross has vol
unteered to take up administration
work to supplement that of the west
ern relief fund in Chicago and similar
organizations, all amiiated witli the
Canadian patriotic fund, which has
obtained subscriptions of ample funds
to care for the families of Canadian
or British men in the service of their
country. A letter of instructions soon
will be sent by the Red Cross to all
For dependents of men who have
enlisted or who later enlist to fight
with the British or Canadian forces
and who find winter's problems of
food, fuel and clothing proving se
rious, the American Red Cross has
agreed to help wherever needed to ad
minister not only Christmas bounty,
but the funds raised locally for sol
diers' families' aid and relief.
"The American Red Cross has be
come responsible for the care and re
lief of families in this country,
whether their men folks arc in the
United States or Canadian armies."
said T. J. Edmonds, acting' director
of civilian relief, central division,
American Red Cross.
Two Companies of U. S. Guards
May Be Stationed in Omaha
Word has been received in Omaha
that the War department contem
plates recruiting two companies of
United States guards to be stationed
in the Gate City. Each company will
consist of 150 men and 7 officers. The
companies will be made up of local
men above the draft Re and com
manded by regular army officers. Ex
army and navy men will be given the
Owing to the strong protests com
ing from eastern cities, the War de
partment has ordered that recruiting
stations be instructed not to enlist
members of the police or fire depart
ments, home guards or other semi
military forces for the United States
William Crook, Veteran
Of Northwestern, is Dead
William Crook, who died in an
Omaha hospital, Sunday, was in the
employ of the Northwestern Railway
company for 40 years and a member
of the city council of Fremont for
seven years. He was 67 years old.
Funeral services will held at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Ellick,
S13S Davenport street, Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Masons will
Mr. Crook is survived by his widow
and a daughter. He was past grand
commander of the Masonic lodge at
Fremont. Burial will be at Forest
Grain in Storage Shows
Gain Over Last Monday
Grain in storage in Omaha ele
vators, according to the report of the
inspection bureau of the grain ex
change, made a slight gain over the
corresponding day of last week, but
it is still 2,218,000 bushels less than
on this date one year ago. The figures
now and then are: ..
Knw. Tear ago.
Wheat 469,601) 1,210,000
Corn 211,000 634,000
Oata 669,000 1,693,000
Hyn , 69,000 200,000
Barley 11,000 6,000
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Skates and Sleds
For Live Boys
BOYS: Here's a
chance for you to get
a sled or a pair of
skates, by doing
a little work for
us after school.
Call at The Bee
nearest you and
we will tell you
all about it.
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NEW YORK STOCKS
Impending Holiday Accom
panied by Occasional Spurt
Activity and Accessions to
Last Week's Gains.
New Tork, Dec. 24. Contrary to general
expectations, the Impending holiday on the
stock exchange waa accompanied by oc
caslonal spurts of activity and many sub
stantia! ari'.slon to last week's gains.
The movement was accelerated by a fur
ther sfttlrtnent of short contracts, but
other motlvca and factors were not alto
gether lacking. Peace rumors gained fresh
currency, 1( not crodenco. from their wide
circulation, traceable in part to speculative '
Interests. Th : lr effect was most marked
In the homl list. French municipals rising
2 to 4 per rem ovtr lest week's bint quota-.
This advantar was not iv.ll maintained,
however, and at no time extended to the
premier forol;:n bond, namely the Anglo
French 6's which were rcscUonary with
In the atock i:.:t groxa galna railed froir
I to almost 3 points In seasoned rails. 3 to
4 points In representative Industrials, in
cluding munltlors. t to 2 in coiipers and
shippings, 2 to 6 In tobaccos and oils nn'i
1 to 3 In motors and miscellaneous special
ties. Kinal prices were from fractions to I -point
under a day's maximum, 4hc reportec ,
rennellatlon of Husslnn orders provoklnj
moderate realizing. Total aalca amounted
to 416,000 shares
Liberty Issues contributed to the Ir
regularity of the domestic bond list, tht
4's falling from 97.06 to the new minimum
of 96. 9, with a range of 99.33 to 93,19 for
the o V". Total sales ot bonds (par value.)
United States bonds (old issues) wars
unchanged on cajl, but coupon 4's declined
? per cent on Sales.
Number of sales and range of price el
tho leading stocks:
Sales. High. Low. Close
Anier Beet Sugar. 4,000 6 66 66
Amerlran Can .... 20,000 36 34 34
Amer. C. A F. ... 17,000 64V, 63 63V
Amer. Locomotive. 36,004 60 49 60
Amer. R. R . . . . 36,000 71 Vi 70 Vi TIVs
Amer. Sugar Kef 95
Amer. T. A T 19,000 191 99 V, 101
Amer. Z., L. 8.. 3,000 13 12 11 '
Anaconda Copper. .137.000 66 66 66
Atchison 17,000 90 Vi 7JVi 79 Vi
A.. U. aV W. I. 8. L, 13,000 99 IT T
Bel. A Ohio 40,000 41 40 40
Hutt Sup. Cop. 6,000 16 1 It
Cal. Petroleum ... 4,000 II It 10
Canadian Paclflo .. 31,000 133 131 131
Central Leether .. 33,000 69 61 69
Ches. A Ohio 21,000 44 41 41
Chl Mil. ft St, P.. 19.000 31 37 37
Chi. & N. W 1.000 11 96 66
C, R. I. A P. ctts 1,000 IT 16 16
Chino Copper .... 14,000 11 11 11
Colo. r. 1 6.000 34 33 11 .
Corn Products Ref. 31,000 19 19 21
Crucible Steel .... 43.000 10 41 10
Cuba Cane Sugar. 11.000 IT 26 16.
Distiller's Sea 17,000 13 13 11
Krle 11,000 14 11 11
General KUctrlo .. 13,000 124 112 124
General Motors ... 26,000 16 13 96
Ot. No. pfd .' 1.000 92 11 II '
Qt. No. Ore ctfs.. 4.000 14 14 24
Illinois Central ... 19.000 17 .16 It
Inspiration Copper 13,000 40 39 40
Int. M. M. pfd... 107,000 S0 79 90
International Nickel T4,t00 17 27 27
Internal. Paper .... .... 23
K. C. Southern ' 11
Kennecott Copper.. 21,000 30 1C 10
Louis. A Nash.... 1,000 109 109 101
Maxwell Motors ., 37,000 23 21 21 ,
Mexican Petroleum 14,000 74 71 71
Miami Copper .... 4,000 16 11 If
Missouri Paclflo .. 14,000 21 31 13
Montana Power .. 6,000 64 (1 62 ...
Nevada Copper IT ' .
New York Central. 23,000 64 63 64
N. T , N. H. H.. 1,000 19 11 27
Norfolk c Weatern 6.000 17 97 17 .
Northern Paclflo .. 16,000 73 T7 77
Pennsylvania, 12,000 41 41 43
Pittsburgh Ceal ., ' .,..'0t4'
Ray Cons. Copper.. 1,000 21 20 20
Reading 91,000 69 66 61
Republic I. S... 62,000 76 T4 76"
Sbattuck Ari. Cop. 2,000 16 16 16
Southern Pacific',. 46,000, 79 Vi 7 79
Southern Ry 1,000 22 . 22 21
Studebaker Corp. . 67,000' 45 44 44;
Texas Co 70,000 190 117 131
Union Pacific .... 61,000 106 103 101
U. S. Ind. Alcohol. 14,000 111 110 111 '4
IT, 8. Steel .......1,023,000 1513 '96
U. 8. Steel pfd.... 1.000 104 104 Q4
Utah Copper ...... 44.000 76 75 75
Wabash pfd "B"., 6,000 lV 11 16i
Western Union .... 6,000 30 79 79
Westing. Bee. .... 27.000 37 36 36
Total sales for the day, 415,000 shares.
New York Metals. -
New Tork, Dec. 24. Holiday on the metal
exchange here today; aluo In London.
TEN DOLLS will be given free to
the ten little girls under 12
years of age that bring or mail Qs
the largest number of doll cou
pons cut out of Tbe Bee, before 4
P. M. Saturday, Dec. 29. This
coupon will be printed in every
edition of The Bee until then. Ask
everybody you know to save doll
coupons for you. You can win one
of these dollies if you really want
to. Will you try? We want every
little girl in Omaha and vicinity to
have one of these beautiful dolls.
You can leave the coupons and
get your dolly at The Bee branch
office nearest you.
Ames Office. 4110 N. 24th St
Lake Office, 2616 N. 24th St
Walnut Office, 819 N. 40th St
Park Office, 2615 Leavenworth
Vinton Office, 1715 Vinton St
South Side Office, 2318 N St
Council Bhffs Office, 14 N.
Benson Office, Military Ave.
and Main St
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