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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. MARCH 21. 1915.
jHELP WAN i D FEMALE
Professions and Trades.
EXPERIENCED HELP IN ALTERA
TIP AND MILLINERY WORK ROOM.
P!'T SUPERINTENDENT BRANPEIS
v. ANTED Girl meat wrappers. Apply
The Washingtoq Market. 1407 Douglas St.
WANTED Registered surgical nurse and
registered n trse not likely to be called
to government service. Apply to Sur.er-
Intendent Orthopedic Hospital, Lincoln.
LEARN barber trade
1401 bodge St
- Saleswomen and Solicitors.
1 apply to mr. f. lind,
. WANTED. ,
EXPERIENCED" HELP IN MILLIN
ERY. CLOAK. SUIT AND WAIST DE
PARTMENTS. APPLY SUPERINTEND
ENT BRANDEIS STORES
Household and Domestic.
Wanted girl for general house
, work; no laundry; three in
' family. must go home nights,
WALNUT 984. -
WANTED Cook and second maid! Refer
ences required. Mrs. James E. Davidson
Harney 6384. Residence April 1st. 201
South llrd St.
COMPETENT girl assist with housework,
smatt family,, no laundry, references re
quired. Mn. Fred Whitmore, valley.
, WANTED A girl for general housework,
a small ne house, best wages paid. 109
So"th 5nJ 8t- H,rney
COMPETENT woman for general house
work; small family; plain cooking; good
wages. Telephone Walnut 465.
GOOD girl for-rlght housework; dandy home
for good girl. Phono Harney 4285 or Har
WANTED Competent girl for housework;;
must be good cook. Mrs. J, J. Hughes.
118 5th Ave.. Council Bluffs.
W A NTED Housekeeper for family of three.
Good wages to right party. Bot 4276.
EXPERIENCED NURSE Well care tot
Invalid tn ber own home, also nursing.
NEAT white girl to help with housework;
three In family. Telephone Waln'it HI.
VlKL for light housework. Small family.
Doug'vr 6028. Inquire 1917 Webster.
MAID for general housework; small family.
Harney 5917. 3406 Davenport.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED 1 good chambermaid; also 1 good
dining room girl; none but good, clean
girls need apply; good wages; steady posi
tion for the. right parties. Stockman's
tiotei, urawrord. Neb. F. C. Bauman
WANTED Male cook. Address J, Bee
Office, South Omaha.
WANTED Walter for restaurant, 4907 S.
nvery day Is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial .and English branches. Catalogue ft ee.
Douglas 1585. - 18th and Harney Sts.
Van Sant Selioolof Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS
CLEAN front rooms, with use of phone, to
one or two gentlemen. Board optional.
Not strictly modern, but homelike. 1803
N. 24th St., upstairs. Webster 3148.
STRICTLY modern room, suitable for two
gentlemaji. Clowry Court, Apartment C.
I7tn and Chicago. Red 6676.
BLEEPING room, very nicely furnished, on
first floor, suitable for two. 2420 Cass St.
NICELY furnished room In steam-heated
apartment, close In, walking distance.
Douglas 8138. ' -
Is T E A M-HEATED room 12 wk., also apt
with kltchenets. Ogden Hotsl Co, Bluffs
-BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms, clean.
modern, by day or week, 2208 Harnsy St.
MODERN house, private home, west side.
Clone to carllne. Telephone Douglas 7480.
MODERN room for gentlemen; urlvate
home, walking distance. Douglas 5335.
NEATLY furnished room, modern, convenl
ent. 2529 California St. Douglas 709.
ELEGANT front parlor for two gentlemen
with board, close In. Red 7648.
LOVELY front room, private home! 105 S.
29th Ave. Phone Harney 6407. .
NICELY furnished rooms, private home,
home privileges. Tjder 1921.
PLEASANT rooms In the Vernon Apart
mets, 204 South 25th St. -
PLEASANT south room for rent at 1119 S.
31st St. Harney 1215.
CLOSE In, south front room, In modern fiat,
tf.yl 8557. -
2578 HARNEY very desirable light house
keeping rooms. Bath floor, 1, 9 or 3 -room.
Board and Room.
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS 1
It you fall to find the room you
desire among these ada call at The
Be office for a Room List Gives
itornplets description of vacant rooms in
II parts of the city. New Hats Issue?
LARGE beautifully furnished library roi n
first floor, southeast exposure. On all
car' lines. Walking distance. Good home
cooking. Gentlemen preferred. 118 S.
712 N. 22D ST. Large, well furnished front
parlor, only $12 to a respectable gentle
man who will be permanent; on who
appreciates a clean, quiet, homelike p.ace.
LARGE, handsomely furnished room, win
dows on three sides, suitable for two In
modern home; references required. Close
to car. 1619 South 25th St. Red 8573.
ROOM and board $U per week for three
young men. Webster 4313.
SUITE of 4 rooms for light housekeeping:
modern conveniences; laundry. Webster
HEATED ROOMS. CRFIGHTON BLOCK.
World Realty Co.. Douglas 1342.
Bun Theater B'dg
WILL accommodate three or four with
good home cooking. 117 Turner Blvd.
COU4WK wishes 2 furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; within walking distance and
in private family preferWa. Refinances ex
changed. Box 4293. Omaha Bee.
Woodbine furnished apartments, 24th and
Wirt Sts. We want two couples without
children on 3d floor. 3. rooms, $20' 4
room, front. $30. Call at once. Web
ster 6946. Ed B. Olhbs.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WEST FARNA.VL )
3 real good homes, all modern, best or.lo
fcttions, pleasant surroundings. See these
Ji.es before locating.
319 Farnam 180.00
3540 Harney 60 00
301 So. 38th 65.00
THE BYRON RK&D COMPANY.
Douglas 297. 212-South 17th St.
4 ROOMS-on first floor, modern except heat
2609 North 19th Ave. Webster 3578.
2405 EMMET Five-room cottage, modern.
Webster lP.'a '
418 PARK AVK, 7 rms 110 09
7 8. SSth St.. 8 rms 4.r.00
J , ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO..
Tyler 1536.' , 333 Securities Bldg-
FOR RENT HOUSES
t-ROOM. all modern house, close In. Hi.
JOHN J. MULV1H1LL (Realtor).'
100 Brandets Theater Bldg Phone Doug. 9
IN ALL PARTS OF THB CITY.
CREIGH SONS A CO.. BER BLDG.
GARDEN. 4119 N. 38th strevt. 5 mis. $12.60
208 South 41st; hot water plant l;5.00
JOHN N. FRENZER. DOUGLAS 564.
Shopen A Co., Rentals. Douglas 4228.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
MONTEREYE Apartments. 145 N. S4th St.
5 rooms. (56.00.
3 rooms. $35.00.
KLOKE INVESTMENT CO.
44TH AND DODGE.
Apt No. , having five rooms and tile
bath, 2nd floor, east front, abundance of
light and air; beautiful court In fact
there's good looks everywhere; tenant
will show. you through or call on us; price
- $50 and $59. Modern Garages on premises.
PAYNE & SLATER COMPANY,
616 Omaha Nat l Bank. D. 1016.
. COLLEGE . TERRACE.
New apartments, just finished, wi ll all
the latest features and convanlences-y-flre-proof
throughout. $35 and $40. Located
southeast corner 23d and California Sis.,
or call . ,
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK Close in, few
equal; 1-room apartment; also 4 -room
flat. Apply 220 N. 23d. Phone Red 42J.
HAMILTON APTS.--Fireproof. 24tb f Far
nam furnished or unfurnished. I) 1471
ONE four-room and bath and on five-room
and bath, modern, h ated apartment In
refined resld .district, 2821 North 20tb
St. boulevard. Special low price! to party
without children. Phone Websten 6892.
NEW apartment, 4-room and sun room,
modern, $30. 4-room modern apartment
socond floor, corner screenod porch, $2,350,
vacant 26th. 18th and Maple. Red. 682.
5-ROOM apartment to sublease. 3125 Pa
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists in Apartment management,
1 RMS., steam ht. Aptst near post office;
low rent. G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
FINE new stors room and basement at 27th
and Leavenworth Sts. Steam heat. For
nartlculars see Ot.rad Young. $22 Bran
dets Theater Bldg. Douglas 167L
MODERN store, 16th SL, near P. O. lew
rent. G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago St
Office and Desk Rooms.
THE BEE BLDG. Offices for high class
tenants who want the best. Keystone
Investment Co. Tyler 131.
OFFICES, $20 per month aud up.
FIR8T NATIONAL BANK BLDG.,
FIRST TRUST CO.. Agts. Tyler 600.
WANTED TO RENT
large eastern concern
wants 5,000 to 7,000 square
feet of Ground floor
space for branch house,
rent must be; reason
ABLE, Box 4046, Omaha Bee.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN STORAGE! CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St. betweea
15th and 16th. Phone Tyler 3400. Have
your moving handled just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's the way
we do It. Ask to see our dally rental lists.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
shipping, i . ... i
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
106 8. 16th. Douglas 4163.
FREE S FIDELITY
Phons Douglas 3 S3 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sts.
Globe Van and Storage Go.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 280 or Douglas 4838.
JPWn' Express Co., Moving,
. J. IXEjEjU Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St. Web. 8741. Doug. 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
A WEST FARNAM HOME.
This fine 10-room modern, two story
house with good basement and attic Is
offered for sale at this time at a fair
On an east front lot with a frontage of
67 feet, only two blocks from Farnam
car line, one block from Turner park, one
block from the new Tates school and on
one of the best streets In thjs . district:
Address 112 N. 32d Ave. Will be glad to
make an appointment to show you the
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY.
Douglas 200.. 503 Bee Bldg.
FIELD CLUB HOME.
OWNER LEAVING CITY. .
Dandy 7-roora semi-bungalow, finished
In oak and white enamel throughout;
beautifully decorated, has fireplace, sun
room,' built-in effects - In kitchen, full
brick foundation, white enamel laundry
tubs in basement, etc. Choice south front
lot, 60x128. Price Is only $6,260, which
, Is at least $1,000 less than it could be
duplicated for,- or will sell with $2,600 of
now furniture for $7,600.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
01 Omnha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. . Tyler 496.
EQUITY $330 on $875 lot, northwest corner
4:id and California Sts. for $100. You
can buy balance of lot at $10 a month.
Will take diamond ring or stick pin.
Write Box Y 451, Omaha Bee.
FlELD Club District 7-r. modern house,
garage, lot 70x166; price $4,250. C. A.
Grimmel. Phone Doug. 1615.
We Make It Easy To
"OWN YOUR HOME"
1100 down; $16 per month Including In
terest. These homes we offer have 3 and
4 rooms; electric lights; ful basement;
well built In every detail and there Is one
thrrd acre of ground with each, lpur of
these homes sold within the last 10 days.
You will have to hurry if you get one.
PRICES ONLY $1,860 TO $1,995.
Location just west of Omaha's largest
park, Elmwood. If you are interested we
will call for you any day or evening and
take you out. ..
PAYNE & SLATER COMPANY.
616 Offl. Natl Bank Bldg. D. 1016.
NICK -moil-.rn i'u;i,tai w;th large grounds
and some fruit. At 3026 Larlmore Ave.,
" W. H. , GATES,
647 Omaha Nit. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1294.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED !
Bargain Extraordinary !
"OWN YOUR HOME"
We offer a splendid home only a half
block from Kountr.e park, first you step
into a very large living room with beam
ceiling and built-in book case, then Into
good siaed dining room with paneled
walls, the kitchen has every built in fea
ture that every woman wants. There Is a
splendid full cemented basement, good hot
air furnace, and all necessary laundry
conveniences. Upstairs there are three
dandy bed rooms all good site with plenty
of windows and roomy closets, in fact
this house is RIGHT from top to bottom,
and we have never offered a more attrac
tive proposition In a home Its an undeni
able bargain at $4,250 with $i00,down and
then $35 per month. This is the best
bargain In the North end. Situated on
a beautiful south front lot 47x130 ft. With
all paving paid In full. Location 2120
Evans street. Look at It from the out
side. If Interested we will arrange to
show you through. DO NOT BOTHER
PAYNE & SLATER Ct).,
ilS Ora. Nat. Bank Bldg.. I'll. Doug 1016.,
RENTING IS WASTING.
Uncle Sam condemns wasting. Mend
your ways, buy a home. We hive $ very
fine new bungalows just now to offer you
at a big bargain. All are modern and
up-to-date in every way; mostly oak fin
ish, with built-in features; on choice lots
and paved streets, near park, school,
church and car line. Prices $3,150 to
$4,175 cash, or terms. Several other big
bargains. Let us give you an auto ride
and show them to you.
RASP BROS., REALTORS,
210-12-14 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
CLOSE IN, NEAR
27th and Leavenworth
6 rooms and garage, practically new.
Owner leaving city. Living room, dining
room, kitchen, oak finish aud floors, first
floor; three bed rooms, bath and open
sleeping porch on 2d floor. Full lot. Pav
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 396.!. 919-20 City Nat. Bank.
On Ogden Ave., near bouleva.-J, all
modern, oak finish, largo lot, paved atreet.
Includes curtain rods, drop curtails on
sleeping porch, linoleum, gas plat and
work bench In basement; a nu for
TEBBENS. THE REALTOR.
606 Omaha Nat. Bank. Phone D. 2182.
OWN YOtJR HOME NOW.
3621 Hamilton, oak finished $3,160
Acre with good improvements ....$4,000
1841 N. 23d, only $1,300
I full lota and 6 houses ' $6,000
JOHN V. BOBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
NEAR 26TH AND FORT STREETS. .
SIX-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW.
All on one floor, oak finish, all tha built
in effects, sun room, buffet, etc, south
front lot, 60x136. Built , by carpenter
for home. Price only $3,650. $1,000 down.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
FOR SALE OR RENT
3471 Grtint St. 8-room house with 3
full stzs lots, vacant land adjoining for
MITCHEL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames St. Col. 317.
A good t-room house, with oak floors,
strictly modern, may be bought on easy
monthly terms; good neighborhood: not
' far from car.. Go- out today. Phone
Douglas 3628, days. ,
KOUNTZB PLACE Modern l-room house,
full basement, large lot, close to car. Price
$3,360 Norrta A Norrls. D. 4370.
OAK bungalow, 6 run., brand new, all mod.,
very attractive, $3,160; only small amount
cash, bal. like rent, D. 3140.
FOR SALE OR RENT 2731 Saratoga St.,
I strictly modern 6-room cottage; easy
terms, call coirax mau.
MINNE LUSA homes and lot offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
OWNER leaving city will sell 6-room mod
ern home; Evans St.; part cash. Web, 731.
1010 S. 38TH AYE. 7-room house with hot
water heat, elegant lot, trees, shrubbery.
Price $3,400. $400 cash and the balance
$30 a month. Now If you want a real
snap you better go and look at this house
without any delay, as It Is not going to
be on the market any time, i You will find
the key at 1003 S. 38th Ave.
C. G. CARLBERG,
312 Brandets Theater Bldg.
' PRICK ONLY $6,500.
Beautiful seven-room, all brick and
stucco bungalow, sunroom, sleeping porch,
big living room with fireplace, bookcases,
etc. Finished In oak, biroh and white
enamel throughout. This is one of the
best we have ever had on our list. Call
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
701 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
New, 6-room stucco; oak finish; nicely
decorated; fine location; near car line.
Price $4,000. Tsrms: $600 cash, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAElt
' 642 1'ii ton Block.
New, 6-room stucco; oak finish; nicely
decorated; fine location; near car line.
Price $4,000. Terms: $600 cash, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAEL.
642 Paxton Blk.
W. FARNAM SMITH ft CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 . Farnam St. Doug. 1064.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
HAVE a 40xl30-foot
lot, located In one of
Omaha's best residence
sections, 42d and Califor
nia, that I must dispose
of. Will arrange very
easy terms. For further
information, address Box
4249, Omaha Bee.
Rave 6 full lots on Plnkney street,
south front, at 26th Ave., among beautiful
new homes. Priced to sell, can give terms.
TRAVER BROS. CO..
Douglas 6886. 819 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.
GARDEN lots, located south. $125 to $20oT
No interest or no taxes. Near car line. $5
down. 60c per week. Phone D. 6074.
REM. ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your home or business
property ana pay casn.
H. A. WOLF CO..
Electric Bldg. Tyler 69
BUSINESS properties and Investments.
A. P TTIlflTT mnA
$20 First National Bank Bldg.
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist
16th and Dodge Sts. Donglas 415.
Bee , Want Ads Bring Results.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
DUNDEE STUCCO HOME
This Is a J.stnry, 7-toom modern
house, lor,tcd oil north front lot S block
vast of 6 til it t . , near Happy Hollow, and
1H blocks trom school. Has living
room with brick fireplace and hulliln
bookcases, dining room with builtin
buffet, kltcnen, pantry, lrebox room,
front vestibule, etc. All finished :n oak
oxcept kitchen. Four bedrooms. Includ
ing enclosed sleeping porch, and bath
room on secon" floor. Finished in white
enamel. Price $5,600. Terms $1,800
cash, balance monthly like rent. Im
mediate possession. See.
GEORGE & CO. DOUG. 756.
, HOME FOR SALE
Xew, 8-room. modern, up-to-date brick
veneer and stucco house, with oak wood
work In first story, white enamel In sec
ond; hardwood floors upstairs and down;
tiled bathroom; full cemented basement;
hot water heat; Rudd water heater; gar
age for 4 cars; 2 full lots. Price $lJ.0O0.
suhlect to paving not delinquent; $3,000
cash and monthly, quarterly or annual
payments will handle this.
J. H. DUMONT &. CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug. 69(i.
OR A CITY LOT
AT THE SAME PRICE
Why not buy an acre, which Is 6 times
ss large as an ordinary 60-foot city lot.
You can buy an acre as cheap and on as
easy terms as you csn one city lot In
BENSON GARDENS, ,
SOUTH SIDE ACRES OR
NORTH SIDE ACRES.
The last two additions are on car line
and paved roatl. Don't wait, prepare now
ACRES FROM $450 TO $975.
If an acre is too much b-jy half an acre.
$5 cash, $5 per month. Can show you thest
any daylight hour.
PLOWED AND HARROWED
READY TO PLANT.
For a short time we will prepare the
ground for a garden with no extra charge.
Call Tyler 60 and make appointment.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 HARNEY STREET.
$300 WORTH $500
OWNER NEEDS MONEY
Located northwest of F'ort Omaha, 7 to
8 blocks to car line. Here's your chance
to Htj't a garden and raise chickens. Don't
hesitate! This Is going to sell.
I L. HIATT CO.,
A LARGE suburban tract of ground outslds
city limits, near carllne. Ideal plaoe to
raise poultry or garden. This Is a 260-ft
frontage for $510; will sell 00 easy terms.
Telephone Walnut $46$.
REAL ESTATE -To Exchange
WE have acreage to exch. for home In r'ty.
What have youT Call Mr. Browne.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
913-14 City Nat'l. Douglas t81.
CLEAR 160-A, unimproved Jonea Co , S. P.,
for clear modern house. Seward Bros , 678
Brandels Bldg. Douglas 3840.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
.Widow has 6 five-room houses, one 7
ronm, modern house, ono 8-room . modern
house and 2 modern store bulldihgs; all
well rented, on paved streets, close to
car lines In Omaha; also $20,000 first
mortgages; prices are right and property
In first olass condition.
, S. S. & R: E. MONTGOMERY,
1213 City National Bank Bullijlng.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $600 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 496. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANT good residence; about $6,000. Will
pay one-half cash, balance In good resi
dence lots. Box 1792. Omaha Bee.
Horses Live Stock Vehicle!
We will haul your live stock.
T.IVE STOCK TRANSFER CO.,
2209 Farnam Sf. Telephone Douglas 2508.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WfS want 100 mortgages on Omaha real
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.,
638-40 Keellne Bldg
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son. Keeline Bjdg.
Dividends of r pe,r cent or more!
One dollar starts an account.
OMAHA LOAN A BLDG. ASSOCIATION.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
-Q'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2715.
CI Of FARM LOANS.
"72 1 PAUL PETERSON.
364 BRANDETB THEATER BLD-J.
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERG. 312 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 685.
HARRISON & MORTON, 512
sis umana Nat. bk. wag.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
5, 6H and 6 Per Cent.
J. H. DUMONT Co., Keellne Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha,
SHOPEN A COMPANY. Douglas 4228.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
! Our next excursion to McOehee. Arst
j W. 9 T.ANK. 291 NEVILLE BLK.
LOWARE ROUND TRIP
Homeseekers' excursion to Colorado
points every first and third Tues
days. Write for free farm booklet and
special land-seekers rates for parties of
five or more. Immediate possession and
eight years' time on our lands at $ per
THE TWIN LAKES LAND AND
93$ First Nat'l Bldg.. Omaha.
SMALL MISSOURI KAKM.
$2.6$ cash and $2.50 monthly; no In
terest or taxes. Also an Interest In our
. B'ib uovriyjiuciH project WHICH WHOIII
I l . s .L A. ..... . . .
111 iical tuw uiumns snouia pay you one
hundred dollars for every dollur you In
vest Highly productive land, close to
three big markets; photographs and full
Information free. MUNOER. II. 317. N.
1. Lire wag., Kansas City Mo.
$5 down, $5 monthly, buys 40 acres, good
fruit and poultry land, near town, south
ern Missouri. Price only $220. Address
Box 282, Springfield, Mo.
$6 MONTHLY, buys 40 acres southern Mis
souri; price .1160; farm, fruit, poultry
lsnd; "free list," Geo. D. Williams, ML
Vernon. 311 ,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
RUSH I HURRY I Buy now. You can never
do bettor. You will pay more If you
wait. The value of land will rise rap
idly tills year Our company offers some
choice dairy, gardening and farming lands
In St. Louis county, near the great mar
kets of Duluth. Write. Come. Arnold,
Com'r, Iron . Range Railroad, 607 Wolvln
Bldg.. Duluth. Minn
3.100 acres of first class hay and grain
land, good witter rights, close to town and
railroad: 480 acres In alfalfa hay; 400
acres plowed ready for sprlsg crops. No
waste land on place. Price $30 per acre.
For particulars call on or address
E. G. FARNS WORTH.
58 ACRES Irrigated land, Lincoln county,
6 4 miles from Hershey. rich Platte valley
land, all under the ditch; 3-room house,
barn, etc.; t acres of alfalfa. A bargain
at $3,900. One-half cash. Immediate
possession. White & Hoover, 454 Omaha
National Bank Bldg.
EXCEPTIONALLY good bargain In 20-aore
Improved Buffalo eounty farm, within
auto drive of Kearney. Neb.: $60 per sere,
C. K. DAVIE9. KEARNEY.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade,
medlim-prlced land In Nebraska. Very
little monsy required C. B-adley, Wol
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at beat
prices write Geo. Antlll. Blair, Neb.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches tn good Old Dawes County.
Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford, Neb.
RANCHES of alTslsea And kinds, eaej
terma A. A Patiman. $01 Karbach Blk.
NEW Jordan Valley Project Heart of the
range. Get on thi ground floor wltb 60
acres Irrigated land In connection with
open range. Yon en grow stock success
fully and cheaply. Personally conducted
excursion every tv wieks. Bend tor bul
letin. Harley J. Hooker. $40 1st National
80 acres, level to gently rolling. 10
under cultivation, balance practically
open with only a few scattering t.ees.
Good 2-story, 7-room house, prac'lcally
new: good new frame harn for 16 head;
large granary and poultry house, borders
small lake, near big resort lake. Highly
productive dark, sandy ldam sol'.; 8
miles from live market town of 2,500 pop
L ulatlon. near Shell Lake. Wisconsin.
Owner very ill and forced to saormce lor
only $1400 for quick sale; $S00 wish, balance
to suit. Take the next train if you want
the biggest snap offered In years Im
mediate possession. No trados. tCqnlty
Realty Exchange. 806 Globe Bldg., St.
Taul. Minn. '
WHEATLANWyoBilng""farmsr$50 per a..
Including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi A C M. Rvlander. 864 Omnha Nat'l.
CHOICE FARM. Nlelaon. .421 Rose Bldg.
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to keep It.
E. P. 8NCWDEN SON.
423 a 16th. Douglas $371.
GOOD Omaha Income brick flat for land.
Price $12,000. Wtg. $5,600; Inc. $1,000 r
year. 211 Brandels Thea. Bldg. Mr. Pease.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
50.000 PURE BRED BABY CHICKS, 13
varieties, $12.60 to $18.00 per 100, Safe
delivery guaranteed. KANSAS POULTRY
COMPANY, NORTON. KANSAS,
"OLD TRUSTY" Incubators and brooder's
shipped promptly. Big catalog free. M.
M. Johnson CP.. Mfrs., Clay Center. Neb.
BUFF ORPINGTON c'gga. Colfax 1164.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos snd notes ss seourlty.
$40. t mo.. II. goods, total, $9.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts proportlonats rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
432 Securities Bldg.. 16th. Farnam. Ty. 66$.
LOANS ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
1 Cf SMALLER LOANS. OOJ
J- O W. C. FLAT AU, EST. 1892. 1
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDO. T . 960.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths Harry
Malashock. 1514 Dodge. D. (619. Est. 1891.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Margaret C. Judson to Frederick W.
Simpson, et al. Davenport streot, 60
f.'ct west of Flfty-ftrst street, south
side, '50x123 IU60
Rslph L. Shepard and wife to-Charles
B. Otis and wife, southeast corner
Thlrtv-second and Lotlirop streets,
John Volz and wife to Fred II.-Bristol.
Forty-ninth street, 93 feet south of
Cuming street, west Bide, 47x126 3.760
A. L. Brown and wife to I). O.
Wright, Seward street, 100 feet east
of Forty-first street, north side,
Chrlstabel Sihoenman and husband
to Itufus A. Willis, Crown Point ave
nue, 136 feet west of Twonty-flflli
avenue, south side, 46x120 4,250
George C. Flack to Vern O. Hlesrodt,
northwest corner Twenty-seventh
and Grand avenue, 46.1x120 2,650
George C. Flack to Charles W. Bee
dup, Saratoga street, 135 feet east
of Thirtieth street, south side 3,150
Edwin D. Smalls and wife to Ralph
L. Medhurst, Thirty-second street,
150 feet south of Curtis avenue,
west side, 135x120 2,150
William H. Warren and wife to Jos
eph Hrabovsky and wife, southeast
corner Thirty-second and Grover
atreets, 86x130 1,425
Anna Beauchamp to Martha F. Calla
han, Jefferson street, 230 feet west
of Twenty-first street, south side,
Guy D. Solomon and wife to Henry
Mlchecls. southeast corner Thirty
first and Reynolds streets, 132x132. 7,750
Emma A. Fuller and husband to D.
Catherine Carroll, Morton' avenue.
294 feet south of Main street, east
side, 50x128 . . .' 3,000
Grover & Lyman Realty Co. to Kile
Mountain, northeast corner Eight
eenth street and Fowler avenue, 40
Nftthan Roberta and wife to Sanih
V. Noriega, Twenty-sixth street, 2fc4
foot south of Woolworth avenue,
east side, 60x127 2,200
John F. Flack and wlfn to Minnie
E. Wright, Sprague street, 36 feet
east of Forty-fourth street, north
side. 40x108 295
Rufus A. Willis and wife to Loala M.
Drake, southwest corner Twenty
eighth street, 60x120 500
Charles C. Bushncll and wife to David
O. Cassidy and wife, southwest cor
ner Thirteenth and Ellison avenue,
International Realty Associates, Inc.,
to Kva Strausbaugh, et al., Forty
seventh avenue, 240 feet north of
Wirt street, west side, 40x125.... 750
Grove Whatron Construction Co., to
Harry Knudocn, Sixtieth street, 19 ,
feet north of military avenue, east
side, 40x148 600
A. Musll and wifo to Thomas Mc
Quade et al. northeast corner Thir
teenth and Frederick streets, 60x128 3,520
Anton Blazek and wife to tlrovo
Wharton Construction Co., south
west corner Twelfth and Dorcas
streets, 33x67 1
Cotton Production for
1917 Exceeds Forecast
Washington, March 20. Cotton
production from last season's crop
was 11,285,999 equivalent 500-pound
bales, exclusive of iners, the census
bureau today announced in its final
report of the season's ginnings. Lin
ters produced to March 1 amounted
to 829,019 equivalent 500-pound bales.
In December the Department of
Agriculture estimated production at
10,949,000 equivalent 500-pound bales.
Early indications were that a crop of
more than 12,000,000 bales would be
produced, but a heavy killing frost
about the middle of October resulted
in damage estimated to have reduced
the crop by 1.000,000 bales.
London, March 20. Silver Bar, 43 lid
Money 2 per cent. f
Discount Rates Short bills. 1 9-l( net
cent; inxee montns, I i-u p
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Receipts Moderate;
Prices Higher; Hogs Sell at
Advance of 25 and 35 1
Omaha, March 20. 1918.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hoai. 8heen.
Official Monday 10.430 16,191 16,261
Official Tuesday 6,919 14.439 8,716
Rstlmate Wednesday.. 6,000 13,100 6.900
Three days this week. .11,399 41,120 10,861
Sams daya last week.. 10,084 46,951 38.808
fame daya 1 wka. a Co 26,987 40,151 46,431
Same days I wka ao 13,751 60,994 11.664
Same daya 4 wks. ago 22.779 15.9(2 ' 29.114
Same days last year.. 11,967 17,371 17,141
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards. Omaha, for 84 hours
ending at 3 p. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hons. Sheep. H'r's.
C. M. A St. P 11 3
Wabash 4 1 ..
Missouri Paelflo ..3 6 ,.
Union Paelflo 101 14 11 4
C. N. W., east.. JO
C. & N. W., west.. 37 34 6
O., St. P., M. A O. . 84 18
C, B. A Q., east.. 8 3
C, B. Q west. .31 14 .. ..
C. R. I. A P., east !0 4
C R. I. A P., west 1 4 ..
Illinois Central ..7 1
Chi. Ot. West 10 2 1
Total receipts ..239 167 27 t
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris A Co 913 1,611 1,(44
Swift A Co 2. SI 4 2.844 i.Sit
Cudahy Packing Co. .1,434 3.578 2,4
Armour Co 1.433 8,468 3,586
Schwarts A Co I.S6J
J. W. Murphy 1.453
Lincoln Packing Co.. 60
S. O. Packing Co.... 3.1
Wilson Packing Co.. 193
W, B. Vansant Co... 40
Ren ton, Vansant A L.. 43 .....
F. B. Lewis 671
J. B. Root Co.... 86
J. H. Bulla 46
L. F. Huas 66
Rosenstock Brof. .... 14
F. O. Kellogg 9S
Werthelmer A Degen 41
Kills & Co 5
Sullivan Bros 93
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.. 7.1
HlKKlns .' 19
Meyers , 21 ..... .....
Glassberg 16 ..... .....
Banner Bros. ...... Ill
John Harvey 527 ,
I'ennls A Francis .... 33 .....
UJenaen A Lungren .. 179 ..... .....
r-ai uinf 1 ..... .,.
Other buyers $41 $7$
Totals ;....11$ 13,811 16,5(0
Cattle Receipts were of moderate pro
portions sgaln today, about 6.009 head, but
the three days' supply has been fully 1,500
heavier than for the first halt of last week,
and 11,000 heavier than for the same three
days a year ago. Quality of the offerings
was very good ss a rule, and with an active
demand from all classes of buyers the mar
ket ruled fully lOo ' higher than Tuesday
for both beef steers and butohsr stock,
Choice heav, beeves brought $11.(0, the high
price of the season, and bulk of the fair to
good 900 to 1, 160-pound beeves sold at
$11.85011.86. Business In stoekers and
fesders waa not very aotive, the best grades
of all weights commanding about steady
prices while the trend of values was lower
for the medium and common stuff that
made up the bulk of the offerings.
Quotations on cattle! Good to choice
beeves, $13. 35 0)13.16; fair to food beeves,
(11.6001116! common to fair beeves, $9.16
11.16; good to choice yearlings, $10.T(O11.16;
fair to good yearlings, $1.60010.(9; common
to fair yearlings, $8.609.60; good to choice
grass beeves, $11.00012.001 fslr to good
grass beeves, $9.(0011.00; common to fair
grass beeves, $8.0009.00; good to ohoioe
heifers, $9.50 011.00; good to oholee cows,
$9.85010.60; fatr to good cows, $1 ($09.15;
common to -fair cowa, $6.5001.00; prime
feeders,- $10.7(011.(0; good to choice feeders,
$9.60010.76; fatr to good feeders, $8,760
(.50; common to fair feeders, (6.(001-00;
good to ohoioe stoekers, $9.60011. 00; stock
heifers, $.60 0 10.00; stook cows, T.00O9 (0t
stork calves, (8.00O10.50; veal calves, 19.00
O13.00; bulla, stags, etc.. (7.008.76.
(30 tl 16
7(1 10 II
(II 10 II
890 11 11
110 11 II
II 1041 11 II
41. 1211 II 09
i.....llll It II
16 Will It 10
1 1221 II II
17. ......1360 It 00
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
610 7 60
840 I 00
681 10 00
694 11 00
777 11 10 '
712 12, 00
9.. I4T It 10
1 106 It 10
1 Ill 11 61
7 1017 19 40
I , 146 7 16
1 161 1 10
1 1016 1 21
I. ......1140 8 10
t 161 I 00
1 1090 9 16
20. ......1090 I 10
19 111S t 71
2 160 t 81
1 1118 10 00
3 716 7 86
6 436 I 00
6 1012 I 40
14 980 I 76
1 970 9 00
6 1072 9 25
4 1176 I 60
6. ......1071 I 80
6 1118 9 90
10 1281 10 10
t ..1211 10 26
4 1360 10 60
. 170 1 26 62 114 10 26
. 890 I 00 10....,,. 760 I 21
. 867 1 60 4 741 I 71
. 124 10 01) I. 711 10 20
. 105 10 26 1 710 It 71
. 670 11 00 - It Ill 11 10
1 1030 I 16 t ..1171 I 71
1 1360 1 It 1 lilt I 00
1 1646 I 16 1.......1860 t 10
1 1400 It 00 1 ,, 721 It 21
1 230 I 60 I lit I eo
6 412 I 71 1 490 It Ot
1 177 10 10 1....... 130 11 00
1 190 II 71 1 180 It 00
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
36 666 I It 10....... 189 I 16
46 171 I It It Ill It II
9 673 It 26 41 , III 11 It
61 1070 12 26
Hogs Receipts of hogs )his morning
were only fair, but there was a keen de
mand for offerings and the trade opened
with both packers and shippers readily buy
Ing at prices that were as much as ISO
36c higher than yesterday. The light and
medium weight hogs were first sellers, but
the demand waa also good for heavy kinds,
and a good clearance was made, praotlcally
everything In the yards being oat of first
hands a little sfter mldforenoon. The best
price paid was 117.26, showing an advance
over yesterday of 26o. and 20o hlfher than
was paid a week ago today. The wide balk
was selling from 116.75 to 117.10, with the
narrow bulk probably going from $16.80 to
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av, Sh. Pr.
77. .183 ...16 65 70. .261 ... 114 70
38. .280 ... J 75 47. .278 ... II It
29. .263 70 16 85 69. .262 ... II 90
74. .250 ... II 95 38. .203 ... 17 09
78. .186 ... 17 10 16. .178 ... 17 20
74. .176 ... 17 25
II. .108 ... 14 00
Sheep Offerings here today consisted of
26 loads or 6,900 head Including four or
five loads of ewes and the balance lamba.
The market opened with an apparently
stronger feeling and the bulk of the lambs
sold at prices strong to 16c higher than
yesterday, quality considered. Top lambs
reached 818,00 and the feeling was that be
fore the day was over a better top might
be realised. Most of the lambs today ran
to the heavy and lnbetween grades, and
sales of this class went from 17.50 to 117.10.
Choice heavy lambs brought 118.00. Fat
ewes were ready sellers at 813.76014.00.
One load of canner ewes sold at 110.00.
General undertone to the trade was firm,
and prices generally ISc higher.
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs Lambs.
good to choice, 317.75 18.00; lambs, fair
to good, 117.26017.76; lambs, heavy weight,
I16.5017.e0; lambs, feeders, $14.5017.16;
lambs, shorn, I13.0014.60; lambs, culls,
112. 00916.00; yearlings, fair to choice,
$14.00316.50; wethers, fair to choice, 111.26
'7-14.76; ewes, fair to choice, 112.00 911.81;
ewes, breeders, all ages, 811.00 17.90; ewes,
culls and canners, I8.00Q10.00.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, III., March 20. Cattle Receipts,
9,000 head: market unsettled; native steers,
19.50 14.60; stoekers and feeders, (8.20O
13.25; cows and belters, 17.10912.16; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 28,000 head; strong, lo
above yesterday's average; bulk, $17.1684
17.10; light, $17.40918.16. the highest since
last October; mixed, $16.85918.00; heavy,
$16.36917.60; rough, $16.35916.60; pigs,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 14,000 head;
market steady; sheep. 111.00914.76; lambs.
HEW YORK STOCKS
Session, Aside From Libert;
Bonds, Very Dull; Bullish'
New Tork, March ll.Tradlng on the
stock exchange today, aside from the rela
tively heavy dealings tn Liberty bonds, was
dull, almost to the point of extinction. Hour
ly sales after 11 o'clock barely averaged 25.
000 shares, the day's turn-over' amount
ing to the meager total of 115.000 shares.
Bullish Incentive was again lacking, chief
ly by reason of the so-called Holland-
American situation and the uncertain status
of the Iron and steel Industry In connec
tion with the new price schedule to be
fixed . by the war Industries board.
These conditions were balanced In a meas
ure by freer offerings of call money, which
fell to 4 per cent after opening at 5H, and
indications that the local banking pool
may soon shade the long prevailing I per
cent rate for time funds.
Representative stocks made little or ne
change, these Issues closing at nominal
gains and losses. Some of the highly
speculative Issues reflected the mixed opcr
atlona of pools. General Motors making an
extreme decline of 4 points, while Industrial
Alcohol gained almost as much. Ship
pings were again sensitive to Impending
developments and rails wars listless until
the final hour, when the paelflo group
hardened with Great Northern and minor
coalers. United States closed at a small
factional advanoe, forefltlng part ot Its
Liberty Issues contributed overwhelming
ly to the Irregular dealings In bonds st
advance of H to 1 per cent. Total sales,
par value, aggregated 15,676.000.
United ' States bands, old Issues, were un
changed on call
Number ef sales and quotations on leading
Sales. High, Low. Did
Am. Beet Sugar... 200 7IH 79H 9j
American Can...h 4.800 4S'l 42U h
Am. Car A Fndry ,
Am. Loeomotlva... 79 (4H 84 64 'I
Am. S. Rafng 1.400 79 H 78 H '.8'.
Am, Sugar Refng 10ii
Am. Tel. Tel.... 1.600 )03 100 1"2
Anaconda Copper.. 2,100 ti 12 63
A. O. A W. I. 8. L. 1.300 110H 108 '0 V
Baltimore A Ohio. 1.100 14 V 63
Butte A Sup. Cop t0
Canadian Pacific. 1,0o6 137H 134 HS'l
Central Leather... 5.300 61, 67H 67
Chesapeake A Ohio 1.100 69 6' fH
C... M. St. Paul. 1.900 41 U 40 H 41
C. R. I. 4k P. otfs. 11.800 im 21 it
Chlno Copper 600 40i 40'i f
Colo, fuel A Inn. ''Jl'fc
Com Prod. Refng. 1.200 36 i 38H 36
Crucible Steel 1.300 14 681 6 '
Cuhar Cane Sugar 4,700 10 21 H '.1H
maimers' Security. 1,800 39 18 i 39
F.rl .' 1.400 II 16 m
General Electric. 600 118 137 Vs 138
General Motors 319
Ot. Northern pfd. . 90.
at. N. Ore ctfs.... 209 SI 27H -'H
Illinois Central 91
Inspiration Copper. 100 41 44 e 44 '4
Int. M. M. pfd.,.. T.200 64 94 95
Inter. Nickel . 21
Inter. Paper ... 14
Ksnnecott Copper.. lot tm IHl ll'i
Louis. Nash 11 tH
Maxwell Motors.... ...... ... 97H
Mex. Petroleum... 4.101 93 12 II
Miami Copper i.t 0'4
Missouri Paelflo... 100 2I It ?f
Montana Power.... 100 m 66 tiVk
Nevada Copper.... 100 114. 11 .84
Nsw Tork Central. ...... ... ... tlH
N. T.. N. H. H ...
Norfolk West 104
Northern Paolflo ... ... , - 84H
Paelflo Mall STV.
Pennsylvania 400 U 4i ' 44i
Ray Con. Copper.. ,100 11 II H la 14
Reading 100 14 81 "
Rep. Iron Steel - (Ot 79 71 78 K
Shat. Arts. Copper. ...... ... 17
Southern Faelfle.. 700 16V IS 84 ISH
Southern Railway.. 700 15 IS lift
Studebaker Corp... t.loo 41 4
Texas Co.,,....... 800 145 144 144
Union Paolflo 1,100 111 111 121
U. B. Tnd. Alcohol. 1,100 114 122 l?3i
II. S. Steel 1.100 11 10 11
U. fl. Steel pfd 400 101 )0I 109
Utah Copper 400 71 78 9
Wabash pfd. "B' ...
Western Union.... 100 11 91 11
Westlngh. Electric, 100 41 41 41
Total sales for tha day, 131,000 shares
Mow Tork Money Market.
New Tork, March It. -Mercantile Paper-4
Four months, per eent six months, I per .
cent . j -
Sterling Sixty-day bill, 14.71: commer
cial It-day bills on banks, 11.71; commercial m
00-day bills, 14.71; demand, 14.71.31; "
cables. 14.71 Ml. ' 1
Silver Bar, I80: Mexican dollars, 71 c. -
Bonds Government, strong; railroad, lr ''
regular. ' '.
Time Loans Strong; 10 days, It days snh.'
six months, 1 per cent bid. t.V
Call Money Weaken high, 1 per cent' r,
low, 4 per cent; ruling. rate, 1 per ent,
closing bid, 1 per cent; offered, 4 per ,
cent; last loan, 4 per cent. ' .,'
U. S. Is, rag.... 17 a ref. 4s.... 71
U. 8. Is, coup. 17 Int. M. M. 6s.. 11 '
U. S. Is, reg... 98 K. C. 8. ref. Is 71' -
U. 8. Is, coupon 93 L. N.'un. 4s.. 14 i '
U. 8. Lib. 1S.. It HK AT 1st 4s 41
U. S. 4s, reg...,104Mo. Pao, gen. 4s 67
V. B. 4s, coup.. 104 Mont. Power Is.. Il
Am. For. Seo. Ss 11 N. T. Cen. deb Is 13 ' '
Am. T. A T. e is II N. Pao. 4s It
Anglo-French, Ss 10 N. Pao. Is 68
Arm. Co. 4s 14 0. 8. I., ref. 4s.. 13
Atchison gen. 4s llPac. T. T. is 91
B. A O. ev. 4s 77Pann con. 4s., 9 ..
Beth. Steel r. 6s II Pcnn. gen. 4s 19
Cen, Leather la 11 Reading gen.' 4a 82 V i
Cen. Paelflo 1st 71 S L 8 F a 6a 16 '
C. O., cv. Is.. 10 8. Pao. cv. Ss.. 12 ,
C. B. A Q., ). 4s 11 Southern Ry 6s., 11 .' 1
C M A 8 P 4s 73 Tex. Pas. 1st 86 '
C R I A P r 4s 01 Union Pacific 4 16
CAS. ref. 4s.. 61 U. 8. Rubber Is 77 .
D A R O ref Is 41 U. 8. Steel 6s.. 17 '
D ot C. Is (1111) II Wabash 1st 14 ,
Erls gen. 4s.... 61 French gov. is 96 ,
Oen. Else. Is 11 -Bid.
New York Coffee.
New Tork, Maroh 10. There was a mod
orate business In the markst for coffee fu
tures today with fluctuations irregular. Thi
opening was"! points lower to 1 polnti ;
higher, and the market was general I) ' ;
steady during thi early session on trail'
buying, which carried active months abou' , .'.
1 to 4 -points net higher, with May sellings'
l.69o and September at l.80o. This advanci
met scattered realising or liquidation, how- 1
aver, with May selling off to 8.660 and Sep-
tember to 1.710 during the afternoon. Last ' '
prlcss were at praotlcally the low point. -the
close being net uaohanged to I point! '
lower. March, 1.60c; May, l.lic; July -8.67o;
September, 1. 7 3o: October, 1.74c; De '
oember, 1.78c. Spot coffee steady; rlo 7s
1; Santos 4s, lie. Ne change was reported
In the ooean freight situation and very few
fresh offers were noted In the cost and
freight markst. The official cables showed
an advance ef 71 rels at Rlo with the '
santos markst unchanged. Rlo exchange on
London l-32d higher. Brailllan port re- '
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, inarch 11. Cattle Receipts.
3.500 head; market steady) natlvs beef
steers, 1.00911.50; yearling steers and heif
ers, 7.00913.60; cows, $4.00911. 10; stoek
ers and feeders, $6.00910.10; fair to prims
southern beet steers; tt.0091t.CO; year
ling beef cows and heifers, I7.500 10.00;
southern yearling steers and heifers, 16.009
10.00; native calves, 11.00 9 14.00.
Hogs Receipts, 14,100 head; marke'.
lower; lights, $17.70917.901 pigs, $14,609
17.76; mixed and butchers, $17.86917.90.
good heavy, $17.00917.40; bulk, 117.25
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, none; mar
ket steady; lambs, $14.0018. 16; ewes
$11.1091100: wethers. $18.00911.75; can
non and choppers, 16.60 9 1.S0. r
Kansas City Lire Stock.
Kansas City, Mo., March 11. Cattle
Receipts, 10,000 head; market steady; prime
fed stsers, tll.P0914.00; dressed beef steers, .
tlO.S091t.26; western steers, $10.00911. IS;
cows, 17.60911.00; heifers, I7.76911.7i:
stoekers and feeders, $9.00911.60; bulls,
$7.60910.00; calves, I7.S091I.25. '
Hogs Receipts 14,000 head; market 1
higher; bulk, $16.75917.40; heavy, $16,700 -17.00;
packers and butchers, 116.85917.40,
light. tl7.25917.S6; pigs, I12.S0916.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,000 head;
market steady; lamba, 117.00918.40: year
lings, H4.0091S.St; wethers, 113.00914.00;
New Tork Coffee Market.
New Tork, March 20. Coffee Rlo No. 7,
!c; futures, steady: May, t.lte; October,
1.74c - I .
Spot cotton, quiet; middling, 14.30c. -
Jl THE STOCK MARKET?
lag ar eelltag any, protect year la vestment b
cettlmg tha Judgment of far-famed oiper
published la the INXtUsTRlAL A N l P
AGK. Publlshoel weakly elnrw Jnnn
Subecitptfoa I rear. Sample con
ic smrpeas of tatroductloa if you 1 - ' ' -mediately.
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