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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. MARCH 26. 1918.
fZL? WANTED FEMALE
Household and Domestic.
J COMPETENT ,girl fur general housework;
t , no washing, good wages. 113 S. 34th St.
1 Harney 621.
COMPETENT girl tor general housework,
where laundress is kept. Mrs. A. W. Car
penter. 117 S. SSili Ave. Harney 4031.
VAMtD Middle -aged lady to work for
her room and board oil farm. Mrs. Y. W.
Plymule Anselmo. Neb.
WANTED Ouuo girl for general house
work. SS week. 132 N. 3Sth Ave. Har
ney 971. Mrs Charles R. Sherman.
EXPERIENCED NURSE Well care for
A invalid In her own borne, also nursing.
V'OMEN'to do small family washing at
her home: should live In southwestern part
of city. Call Harney 5167.
WANTED At once, a maid for general
house work. 4f43 Dodge St. .
WANTED AT ONCE Laundress. Apply
WANTED Second slrl. Mrs. W. W. Marsh,
sos pine St.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE Douglas County hospital at 14tn end
Poppleton Ave., wants two dining iccm
girls, white and over 23 year of ag: also
white cook. Tel. Harney 652.
I. EARN barber trad 1408 Dodge St
WHITE janitress, evening and morniug
work, $32.50 per month. . Alfred C Ken
nedy Co.. 205 S. 18th St.
Every day is enrollment day. Book
teeping, shorthand, stenotypy. tyewrlt-
ng, telegraphy, civil service all comroer
dal and English branches. Catalogue flee
Douglas 1565. 18th and Harnev Ste.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
LLOCUTlON lessons, physical culture; read
ers furnished for all occasions; prices
reasonable. Call Walnut 1472, mornings.
FOR RENT ROOMS
BEAUTIFULLY furnished large well ven
tilated room In modern home. Suitable
for two. Near car. 4123 S. 23d St.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished room, twin bed;
gentlemen referred; will serve breakfast.
,ODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine, 608 North 17th St. Reason
TWO furnished rooms in modern home;
breakfast If desired. Phone Walnut 3726.
StAM. HEATED rooms $2 wk., also apts
with kttchenets. Ogden Hotel Co Bluffs
NEATLY furnished room, modern, conveni
ent. 2529 California St. Douglas 709.
H.EASANT soffth room in a private fam
ily, 131 wo. 3181 AVO.
MODERN nicely furnished room; beautiful
location; no cnuaron. name?
!578 HARNEY Very desirable light hoi.re
lteeping rooms. Bath floor, 1. 2. or 3-'Qom.
Board and Room.
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS!
It you fail to find the room you
desire among these ad call at Tha
Bee office for a Room List Gives
complete description of vacant rooms In
II parta of tha city. New lists Issue
LARGE beautifully furnished library ru.m.
firm floor, southeast exposure. On all
car lines. Walking distance. Good home
cooking. Gentlemen preferred. U1 8.
riOOM and board $6 per week for three
young men. Webster 4jij
iEATED ROOMS. CRF1GHTON BLOCK.
World Realty Co.. Douglaa 6343.
Sun Theater was
2518 N. 31ST. Nice unfurnished rooms; rea
sonable. Phono Webster ztou
vWO unfurnished front rooms in suite mod-
W ern house. Phone Harney cti
FOUR-ROOM suite for light housekeeping;
modern home; launnry, mmi"
VILL accommodate three or four with
good home cooking. 117 Turner Blvd.
iV ANTED by two gentlemen, rooms and two
meals in pwvato household, good bath
facilities, private perferred. Willing to
pay above average if suited, references.
Box 4503 Omaha Bee.
WANTED Furnished rooms or apartment;
couple without children. Box 4504 Omaha
FOR RENT HOUSES
208 SOUTH 41st St., hot water plant. .$'25.00
3019 Marcy St.; 7 rooms, modern. .$35.00
JOHN N. FRENZKB. Douglas 554.
SIX-ROOM house, modern. Harney 647.
6-ROoSl house, newly decorated, at 2i0b N.
29th, for colored people. Phone Wibster
4-POOM and bath, second floor, $10. 2639
j) .-(vs rd St. Tel. Red 682. ;
2405 EMMET Five-room cottage, modern.
1-ROOM modern cottage for rent.
$18 1560 N. 20th St., 6 rooms, bath,
j 0109 S. 8th, 4 rooms, newly papered
J4H 2007 St. Mary's, 10 rooms, brick.
$70 920-22 S. 20th, 20 rooms.
i3K tf.f.i St.. Marv's 12 rooms.
RINGWALT BROS.. Brandels Thea. Bldg.
K-ROOM, all rrodern house, close In, $46,
JOHN J. MULVIHILL (Realtor).
200 Brandela Theater Bldg. Phone Doug. If
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS ft CO.. BEES BLDO.
Shopen ft Co.. Rentals. Douglas 4228,
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Two rooms with 3-room accomodations
T in the Coronado, 22d and Capitol Ave.
In-door beds, gas stove, refrigerator and
1 I mnjernn r-nnvunlpnPP. Including heat
and Janitor service. Eight minutes walk
to 16th and Farnam streets. o.u iuu
racr. $39.60 winter.
BENSON A MYER3 CO., Realtors.
424 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg. D. 748.
New apartments, just finished, with all
the latest features and conveniences fire
proof throughout, $35 and $40. Located
southeast corner 23d and California Sts.,
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
7 01 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Tyier 496.
HAMILTON APTS.--Fireproof. '24th Far-nam-
furnished or unfurnished. D 473.
4 AND 6-ROOM apts. new, modern, first
and second floor, screened porch. $21 to
$30. 18th and Maple. Call Red 682.
4-JIOOM apt near postoffice. Low rent. G.
P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists In Apartment management
FOR RENT FURNISHED
FURNISHED or unfurnished three-room
apartments; Can weoster aa.
FOR RENT Busines Pr'p'ty
!ITH AND CUMING ST. Large store room
suitable for any kind of business. 4Uth
and Sprague St., store room, fully equipped
for soft drink place, cassei neanv up.,
523 Bee Bldg.
?INK no store room and basement at 27th
and lavenworth Sta. Steam beat For
. . ana v
particulars see uonniii luuug, iu-
dels TBeater mog i-ouam in.
Office and Desk Room.
L'MK TO SMILE'.' Office In the Bee
ir.ildlng and smile with satisfaction.
Keystone Investment Co.. Tyler 131.
UfVk7kS.,$S'i oer month and ur
FIRST VATIONAI RANK HI. 1X3.,
FlbtiT TRUST CO, Agta. Tyler 600.
WANTED TO RENT
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED Furnished apartment, married
couple, no children. Furnished apt., mod
ern. 4 or 6 rooms and garage. Will give
reference. Phone Doug. 1563.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN A STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St between
15th and 16th. Phene Tyler (400 Have
your moving handled Just as yon would
an order (or new furniture. That's the way
we do it. Ask to see our daily rental lists
Separate locked rooms tor household
goods and! pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
106 a lth. Douglas 4163.
Phone Douglaa 28S for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sts.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338
JP PPFFi Express Co.. Moving.
. J. IXEjUiU Packing and Storage.
1297 Farnam SL Web. 2748. Doug (14.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
We will haul your live stock.
LIVE STOCK TRANSFER CO..
3209 Farnam St. Telephone Douglas 2501.
NOTICE to farmers and city buyers Now
you' will have a chance to buy most any
kind of a horse you want. Am .'rising
out the entire outfit of horses and mwres.
from 5 to 10 years old, weighing .iom
1,200 to 1,700 pounds. Also coal wegons.
dump wagons, harness, coal shoots wnrel
barrels. office fixtures, scales, cash
register, safe, barn, utensils, als two
spans of mules to settle a partnership
deal. Call at office, 2512 Leavenwo-.h St.
AUCTION sale Saturday. March 30, at 1 p.
m., Ralston, Neb., 60 head of Holstein and
Jersey cows, heifers and bulls. All are
from Wisconsin. Williams and Davis.
18 FINE pigs weighing fro 75 to 100 lbs.,
in excellent condition. Phone S. 2118.
NOTICE As I am not able to work my
plRce this spring I will sell at a very low
price, black team mares and gelding about
7 years' old, 2,800 Ins., $365. Team mares
will have colts at last of Julie, $195. Mrs.
Starko, 2670 Farnam.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Beautiful Dundee Home
A REAL BARGAIN
This house Is all modern on lot 60 ft.
by 125 ft. on paved street. Constructed
of brick and stucco, finished In hard
wood throughout. Four rooms with
sleeping porch second floor, three excep
tionally large rooms ground floor.
Price $6,500. Could not be duplicated
for $7,500 today. Terms $1,000 cash ana
$50 per month. For further particulars
telephone Douglas 2926, between 8 and
5 p. m. Ask for Mr. Burr.
OWNER offers 8-room, strictly modern,
frame house, for one or two famllv, new
hot water plant, electric lights, two la.hs.
Home 'or Income property, good neighbor
hood. Fine ground. High school 'tree
blocks. Retail district 10 blocks. Sacrifice
price $4,300. Cash discount. Address
Box 4326, Bee.
$600 Down and Balance
$35 Per Month.
-room strictly modern house. Large
corner lot; paved street paving paid for;
;t large rooms on first floor, oak finish;
built-in fireplace; 4 rooms and bath on
second floor; full cement basement; hot
water heat; east front; property worth
$5,000. Owner will sell for quick sale at
Taync Investment Company,
537 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D."17$l.
A RARE BARGAIN.
$500 cash and $27 monthly will secure
a very choice new v8-room all modern
cottage, 3 blocks from car line; this Is
one of the choicest offerings on our list
and must be Seen to be appreciated.
MITCH EL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames. Colfax 217.
A good 5-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.
NEW S-r. bungalow, strictly mod., oak fin
ish, room decorated; furnace heat; cor
ner lot; close to school; 1 blk. to Mil.
lcr Park; paved street. Price $3,500. Easy
RASP. BROB.210 Keeline Bldg. Tyler 721.
KOUNTZE PLACE Modern s-room house,
full basement, large lot, oloae to oar. Price
$3,360 Norrls ft Norrls. D. 4370.
OAK bungalow, 6 rms.. brand new, all mod..
very attractive, $3,150; only amall amount
cash, bal. like rent. D. 3140.
M1NNE LUSA homes and lot offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
6-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 LOTS,
Looated at 3829 Arbor atreet. Can be
bought for $360 to $400 cash and the bal
ance small monthly payments. Go out
and look this over at once and see us
about It, as It Is a good bargain.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1614 HARNEY.
REAL BARGAIN $950.
S-room house, maple floor, oak 'n,lsh,
full cemented basement, cement wa'ks,
city water, electrlo light, one and. ore
half blocks from 24th and A St., or 24th
street car line. S. O. Norqulst 822
CLASSY 8-r. mod. house, an one floor nice
yard, splendid neighborhood, 1 block west
of Hanscora Park; $3,000. F. D Vead,
310 S. 18th St.
MAKE A NOISE like a buyer; lot 20th and
Vinton; double frontage. Owner here from
California for a few days. Box 4219,
$2,250 Five-room house, modern except heat
and electric light. 1911 S. 13th St Easy
terms. Grimmel, Ph. D. 1615.
FOR SALE 5-room cottage and garage,
4037 a St. Would, take light car In
part payment. Phone South 961.
10-ROOM house In Hanscom park district;
nice home for big family. Call Tyler 2123.
1314 S. 26th atreet.
New, E-room stucco: oak finish; nicely
decorated; fine location; near car line.
Price, $4,000. Terms, $600 cash, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
643 Paxton Blk.
W. FARNAM SMITH ft CO,
Real Eatat and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St Doug. 10(1
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
$1D0VN $1 PER WEEK
ADJOINING ELM WOOD
We will call for you and take you out
Lota $196 and up.
PAYNE & SLATER CO..
616 Omaha Nat'l Bank.
Have ( full lota on Ptnkney atreet,
jouth front, at 25tb Ave., among beautiful
new homes. Priced to sell, can give terms
TRAVER BROS. CO..
Douglas 6S46. $19 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
GARDEN lots, located south. $126 to 1300.
No Interest or no taxes. Near car line. 15
down, 60c per week. Phone D. 5074.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your boms or business
property snd pav cash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
ElectrtcBIdg. Tyler S
BUSINESS properties and Investment-.
A. P. TUKEY snd SON.
620 First National Bank Bldg.
MCAGCE INVESTMENT CO.,
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist.
15th and Dodge Sis. Douglaa 415.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
9-ROOM modern house, fine 60-foot lots and
an abundance of fruit of all kinds. Will
make terms. Must sell. Call Douglas 2285
days, Btjnson 234 evenings.
6-room modern home, practically new,
on a corner lot, with reKulatlon llvlna
room arrangement on the first floor; three
bedrooms and bath second j floor; floored
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3961 919-20 City Nat. Bk.
GEORGE & COMPANY.
Douglas 756. ' 902 City Nat. Rk. Bldg.
CORNER ACRE $2,950
$300 Down $28.50 Month
Just listed, 5 rooms, furnace, electric
lights, cemented basement, practically
new. The ground is only one block from
paved road and transportation. Lay
practically level. Very fine soil. Immed
iate possession. Call Walnut 3672 this
evening and ask for Mr, Manville, during
dny at Tyler 50.
Ten acres on Sixtieth street, south of
Center; 2 acres in fruit, 3 acres alfalfa,
4 acres plow land; good 5-room cottage,
barn, etc; land lies fine; about 7 blocks
to car line. Price, $8,250.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
QAfl FIRST NATIONAL
VIJ BANK BLDG.
A LARGE suburban tract of ground ouutde
city limits, near carllns. Ideal place to
raise poultry or garden. This la a 250 ft.
frontage for $510: will sell on eaay terms
Telephone Walnut $4fl
FOR RENT 20 acres fruit and garden
truck near Florence. Inquire 2306 N. 23d St.
REAL ESTATE Investment
SALE this week; modern 2-apsrtmcu. brick
flat. 24th and Howard; rental, $7H0; price
$7,500; $3,000 cash. Walnut 2007.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FOR SALE OR TRADE
160 at,, 3 miles south of Paxton. Kflth
Co., Neb.; all Improved and rented, 1-3
crop delivered to town. Price $50.
Will tnke In modern home around 4.000
1,440 ac, Thomas county. Neb., raven;
300 hay laud, no bare spots or bluw-onts,
wind mill, supply tank, cheap at $10.
HOac, Jones Co., South Dakota, clear.
Price $16. Will take In Omaha residence;
fine hay laliid.
160 ae., '40 miles from Jacksonville,
Florida, cut-over timber land, clear P'lce
$15. Take in Omaha residence.
. 578 Brandels Bldg.
Douglas 3840. Colfax 4193.
640 ACRES good grazing land central Ne
braska. Price $8 an acre. Clear. Want
Omaha property. Corkln, 4B09 Capitol
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow haa 6 five-room houses, one-7-room,
modern house, one 8-foom modern
house and 2 modern store buildings; all
well rented, on paved streets, close to
Car lines In Omaha; also $20,000 first
mortgages; prices are right and property
In first ulaRS condition.
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY.
213 City Natjonal- Bank Building.
IF YOU want rash and will sell cheap,
I will buy your cottage bungalow, house,
flat or stores that you do not want;
tired of holding or about to lose for want
of quick money. Give full particulars In
first letter and best prices. P. O. Box
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
5 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 496. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANT to buy lot, West Farnam or Dundee.
Corkln, 4609 Capitol Ave.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WB want 100 mortgages on Omaha resl.
denccs: funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.,
638-40 Keeline Bldg
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son. Keeline Bldg.
H. VV. BINDER,
Money on hand for mortgage loan.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA " HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2715.
LOW RATES C O. CARI.BEBG. 312 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 685.
r-i m money ri rrf
Oyo O HARRISON ft MORTON. "VO O
919 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, 6H snd 6 Per Cent.
J. H. DUMONT Co., Keeline 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 ft COMPANY. Douglas 4228.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark
W. 8. irRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
LOW FARE ROUND TRIP
Homeseekera 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
38 First Nat'l Bldg., Omaha.
640-ACRE Improved farm, $100 acre. Easy
terms. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
$5 down, $5 monthly buys 40 acres
good fruit and poultry laud, near town,
southern Missouri. Price only $220. Ad
dress Box 282. Springfield. Mo.
68 ACRES irrigated land, Lincoln county,
6H miles from Hershey, rich Platta valley
land, all under the ditch; 3-room house,
barn, etc.; 1 acres of alfalfa. A bargain
at $3,900. One-half cash. Immediate
possession. White & Iloover. 454 Omaha
National Bank Bldg.
$3 WHEAT Macaroni wheat makes 30 to
40 bushels per acre; have 400 acres first
class wheat, corn, alfalfa land, eastern
Nebraska, $135 per acre. All or part. God
terms. Owner, Box 4560, Omaha Bee.
EXCEPTIONALLY good bargain In 320-acre
.Improved Buffalo county farm, within
auto drive of Kearney, Neb.; $50 per acre
C. K. DAVIES. KEARNEY
FOR SALE Beat large body high-grade,
medium-priced land In Nebraska. Very
Uttla money required. C. B-adley. Wol
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prlcea write Geo. Antlll. Blair, Neb.
vVRITE" me for pictures ancTprlces my farms
and ranches In good Old Dawes County
vrsh I, Hungerford, Crawford. Neb. '
,. i.Ni lies nf ll ). uml kinds easj
leiuu. A, A. Paunwu, Jul Katbach Blk.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
2.100 acres of first class hay and grain
land, good water rights, close to town and
railroad; 4S0 acres In alfalfa hay; 400
acres plowed ready for spring crops. No
waste land oa place. Price $30 per acre.
For particulars call on or address
K. U. FAKXSWORTH,
Dillon Montanu, i
NEW Jordan v,ally Project Heart of tht
rango. Get on tl ground floor with 80
acres Irrigated land In connection with
open range. You en grow stock success
fully snd cheaply. Teraonally conducted
excursion every tv wieka Send for bul
letin Harley J. Hooker, (40 1st National
South Dakota Lands.
160 ACRES, South Dakota laud; must sell
cheap. Box 4bS8, Omaha Bee.
OWN a farm. We have some of the choicest
land In the heart of the vtry best sec
tion Of the Clover Belt of Central Wis
consin. Low prices. Easy terms. Writ
for booklet and map. John S. Owen
Lumber Co., Owen, Clark County, Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. 860 per a .
including paid-up water righta v Henry
Levi f C M Rvlsnder. 984 Omaha Nafl.
CHOICE FARMS, Nllsson, 422 Rose Bldg.
TARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm wltb us It you
want to keep It.
F. P. SNPWDEN A SON.
4tS S Kith If!!!," ,m-
WANTED 20,000 acres of Klmlmli and
Banner county land. Must he first-class
farm land Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Rox Y 467, Omaha Dee.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and noles ss security
840. 6 mo.. U. goods, total. $3.60.
Smaller, larger am'ta proportionals rate
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
4S3 Securities Bldg.. IflhFarnam Tv J668
LOANS ON DI AMON 1)3 AND JEWELRY
1(7 SMALLER LOANS. O (7
(0 W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1S9J. 10
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDO. X . 950
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths Harry
Malaahock. 1514 Dodge. D. 6619. Est. 1891
POULTRY AND PETJJC
"OLD TRUSTY" Incuhators and brooders
shipped promptly Big catalog free. M.
M, Johnson Co.. Mfrs.. Clny Center, Neb
WHITE IcKhorn hatching egg from very
good layers. One single comb cockerel.
2704 N. BOTH AVE. S slncl" comb white
leghorn cockerels. Price $1.60. Benson
BUFF' ORPINGTON eggs. $1 setting. Fancy
stock. Red 5300.
SNOW white" Rock eggs for hatching. Ben
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Ken W. Fadden and wife to Bessie S.
Plummer, Laurel avenue, 107 fee'
west of Twenty-fourth street, north
side 46x120 $4
Charles W. -Martin and wife to Aaron
A. Bylandcr. Hauman avenue, 296
feet west of Twenty-fourth stree',
north side, 44x120
Charles Grigaltes and wife to Ziva
Pelch, et al Thirty-first street, 120
feet north of S street, west sld.',
30x102 t :
Ella Squeaks to Ross O, Drlsty, Thlr-ty-flrst
street, 228 feet north oi
Ames avenue, east side, 47x133....
Ulysses G. Eggleston and wife to Fred
Armhrust, Boyd street, 200 feet east
of Thirty-sixth Btreet, south side
. 40x130 1
Geschc Catharine Zimmurman to A
hcrt Blohn, ct al.. Twenty -third
street, 120 f"ot south of G street,
west side, 60x160
Ella G. Pslmer and husband to
Chariea W; Shaffer, Myrtle avenue,
47.5 feet east of Thirty-third street,
north side, 47.6x120 6
Stephen Connor and wife to Jullu
Nameth and wife, Thirty-eighth
street, 1!0 feet north of Pratt atreet
west side, 80x134
Home Terrace company to Ella B
O'Brien, northwest corner Thirty
ninth and Castelnr 'streets, 122x217
Lloyd N. Osborne and wife to Thom.is
C. Covor, et al., Leavenworth street
45 feet east of Forty-fourth strct
south side, 4,rixll2.C9 I
Ruth N. Qulesonberry to Bertha V
t'arr. Twenty-fourth street, 390 fee',
north of Fort street, west side, 60x
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Beef Cuts Wholcsalo prlnes of beef cuts
effective March 18 ore as follows! Loins
No. 1, 29Hc; No. 2, Ific; No. 3. 17He. Ribs
No. 1, 24 c; No. 2, 22c; No. S. 16fcc.
Rounds No. 1, 20c; No. 2, 19",4c: No. 3,
18VjC. Chucks No. 1, 17c; No. 2. 16c; No.
3, 15c. Plates No. 1. 14c; No. 2, 14c; No.
Oysters Northern standards, per gal..
$2 50; large cans, 58c: small cans, 39c; se
lects, $2 90 per gal.; large cans, 65c: small
cans, 43c; counts, $3.10 per gal,; large cans,
$3.10; small, 70c; small cans, 48c; Chesa
peake st;ir ijrds, 82. 15 per gal.; large cans
45c; small cans, 80c; selects, $2.60 per gal.:
large cans, 60c; small cans, 85c.
Celery California mammoth, fresh trim
med dally, well bleached, per dosen, 90o.
Fish Whiting, ocean pike, per lb., skin
skinned, 7V4c; round, 8c: box lots, fl'4o; her
ring, per lb., round, 9'c; aack lota, mo;
herring, per lb., dressed. 11c; box lota, 10c;
tullibhe, white avge, lib., per lb., Tc;
box lots, 10c; Canadian W. C. lack pickerel,
rd., 12c; box lots. 11c; yellow pike. No. 1.
18c; box lots, 17c.
Fresh Froren (per lb.) Halibut, coast
frozen, salmon, red, coast frozen, 22c,
pink, 20c; black cod sable first, coast
frozen, 15c; black bass, O. S 28c; large or
small, I0e; trout, small, 20c; whlteflsh, me
dium and large, 18c; pike. No, 1, 18c: box
lots, 17c; pickerel, dressed,, 15c; round, 12c:
crapple, average, 12 lb., life: tlleflsh. for
steak, 15c; yellow perch, 18c; buffalo and
carp, lie; ling cod, 12c: flounders, 12c;
western redsnapper, 11c; silver smelts, 16c:
native mackerel, 21c; wh ting rd, O. B. and
medium Iprge, 8c: frogs, Louisiana black
bulls, per do... jumbo. $2.78: medium. $2.00
Fresh Caught (per lb.) Halibut, fancy ex
press stock, 25c: salmon, red. fancy express
stock, 2Cc; black cod sable fish. 16c: black
bass, O. 8., 3V: large or mall, 25c; catfish,
O. S. and large, 25c; medium, 22c; rrappte,
O. S and large, 22c; buffalo, genuine, Rd..
If any, 16c: buffalo-carp, Rd.. 14c; red
snapper, 18c; native mackerel, chilled, 21c;
haddock, chilled. 12c; cod, eastsrn. chilled,
15c; flounders. 14c: Spanish mackerel, 17c:
silver smelts, chilled, 16c: shad, split, each
Kippered Salmon, 10-lb., baskets, plenty,
fill all orders, $3.10; kippered sableflsh oi
grayflsh, 10-lb. baskets, plenty, fill all
orders. $2.40; smoked white (lakeflsh). 10
lb baskets, plenty, fill all orders. $2.30.
Frors Louisiana black bulls, per dozen
Jumbo, $3.00; medium, $2.00.
New York .Coffee.
New, York, March 25. Coffee The mar
ket for coffa futures . showed renewed
steadiness today on a continued demand
from shorts and the trade. May contracts
again sold at 8.80c, the maximum price
based on 8.50c for the current month while
later deliveries showed increased premiums
and there was switching from near to late
months, with the trade evidently uncer
tain as to Just how the final liquidation of
maturing contracts would be carried out
under prevailing conditions. The market
opened unchanged to 8 points higher and
worked up to 9c for Heptember, with the
dose net unchanged to 8 points higher.
Tho Brazilian cables reported no shipments
from either Rlu or Santos during the last
week and the advance was again attributed
to the ocenn freight situation and the firm
ness of the spot position. March, 8.50ct
May, 8.80c, July, 8.93c; September, 8.99c;
October, 9.03a; Dee.pjnber, 9.09c; January,
9.12c. Spot coffee, firm: Rio 7s, 9ftc; San
tos 4s, 1H4.C Sales of Santos 3a were re
ported In the cost and freight market at
11c and of 6s and 6s at lOHc, steamer ship
ment, London credits. There was no change
reported in tin Brazilian market, In the of
ficial cables, except Santos futures, which
were 26 to 60 rels higher. Brazilian por
receipts, 280,000 bagH.
Receipts of both prairie and alfalfa very
heavy. Alfalfa market demoralized and
prices $1.00 to $4.00 per ton lower. Mixed
and spotted offerings of prarie in large
quantities have caused a drop of $1 per ton.
Market on uniform cars steady at decline.
Choice .upland prairie hay, $20.00. No. 1,
$18.00(319.00. No. 2, $14.50016.50. No. 3.
$11.5013.50. No. 1 midland. $17.0019.00.
No. 2, $14.00 15.00. No. 1 lowland, 1 1 4 . 0 0 '(t
16.00. No. 2. $11.00012.09. No. 3, $9.00W
10.00. Choice elfala, $25.00No. 1, $23.00'
24.00, Standard. 19,nftoi2S. 0 No. 2. $16. l
18 00. No. 3. $1o.' 14. 0U. Oat siraw.
$10.00. Wheat straw, $J .00.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Receipts Liberal; Hogs Sell
Steady to Lower; Tone of
Sheep Trade Gains;
liotrs Sheep I
14.600 13.000 j
13.191 16. 25a
12.li: 10.656 I
9.8SS 18.0SS i
JO.S92 t,66S j
v-mim rv . itf . . , . .
Same days last year.. 9.91S
Receipts una uijiuosmou oi live movh mi
the Ulilon Stock yards. Omaha, Neb., for
miir ending nt 3 p. m yesivraay:
Cattle. Hogs. Slisep Mules.
C, M. & St P 27 2 I
Missouri Pa.-lflo ... 6 I
Union Pacific $4 3' '-' 1 !
C ft N. W ast. . ;!1 T 5 II
l & N. V., west., 77 99 V -,
C, St. P M. ft O. . '- j
C, 1). ft Q , vast.... S I I
C, B. ft Q , west . ... 42 ::: 1 1 . i
r , u. I. ft p.. east.. 21 ' j
C, R. I. ft P., west. 6 1 1
Illinois Central 2 )
Chlougo Gt. West. 9 I . . 1
Total receipts ..'..404 211 M 6.
Cattle. Hogs Slo
Morris ft Co.,..
Swift ft Co....,
1.017 2.109 1
Armour & Co
Lincoln PacHli.ir Co..
S. O, Packing Co. . . .
Wilson Packing Co..
Cudahy, Sioux City. .
Huntley ft Olson. . .
W. H. Vansant Co
Kenton, Vnnsaot ft 1.
F. B. Lewis
J. H Root ft Co
J. H. Bulla
F. it. Kellogg
Werthelnier ft Dexcn
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co.
Baker, Jones Smith
Dennis ft Francis...
Jensen ft Lungren. . .
Kills ft Co...
Totals 10,128 13,654 12.10 1
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves. $12 S6W 13,50; fair lo good beeves.
$U.76jiiLl75; common to fslr beeves, $9 5(1
WU .60; good to choice yearlings, $11.60y
12.60; fair to good yearlings, $10 0U(jf 11.00:
common to fair yearlings, 8 . E 0 4f ,50, good
to choice grass beeves, $r..0')(tfl2.00; fair
to good grass teoves, $t.o0Q)U.00( common
to fair grass beeves, $8.00(9.00; good to
Choice heifers, $9.60 011.00; giod to choice
cows, $9 60(g!10 50; fair to good cows, $8.60
(6)9.50; common to fair cows, $7.00 fi 8 0;
prime feeders, $11.00 12.25; gcod to choice
feeders, $10.00 11.00; fair to good feeders.
$9.U0(tf 10.00; common to fair feeders, $6.60
91.00; good to choice slockers, $9.60rj
11.00; stock heifers, $8.00lfl .00; stock
cows, $7.009 60; stock calves, $3,0010,50;
veal calves, $9 0013.O0; bulls, stags, etc.,
No. Av: Pr. No. Av Pr.
4 467 $8 60 30 li $8 60
17 666 9 05 20 747 10 25
6 912 1 1 00 64 1027 11 25
3 870 11 60 20 1040 11 60
18 953 1 1 66 4 1026 12 00
19 1180 12 16 21 117 1 12 20
16 12116 12 75 4 '1335 13 75
8TF.EKS AND HEIFERS.
6 S83 11 50 13 984 11 76
11 1098 12 60
ft 660 7 60 4 2 6ia 60
2 216 9 00 16 82 1 76
3 78U 10 00
6 803 7 86 7 911 8 00
9 861) 9 35 1 1030 60
6 961 9 75 5 1068 " 86
1 1420 I 00 1 1680 10 00
12 S71 40 2 103 10 00
Hogs Today's hog trade opened with 208
loads or 14,600 head, a fairly liberal run
for Monday, and the shippers were sctlve
on the early market, taking the best light
welirlila and Mexicans at prices ranging
from $16.05 to $16.90. The early shipper
.npbnt wui a n h ar. fi'rtlM Alauriv tit 1 fW
lower. Perhaps were Indifferent bidders on.
the early market and sought to buy hogs at
prices 25c lower than Saturday's average.
Later on In the morning they began to buy
hogs at prices from 10c to 16o lower than
Saturday's market. General movement was
slow, wllh not very strong feeling. Bulk of
tho sales went from $16.30 to $18.60, wllh
lust light butchers at $16.90. Top brought
No. Av. Sh. Pr, No. Av. Sh. Pr
21. .814 ... $16 40 68. .222 ... $11 4t
65. .247 .. .16 50 70. .256 110 16 56
24. .165 ... 16 70 13. .207 ,.. 16 16
70. .369 ... 18 80 67. .247 140 '6 80
46. .204 ... 16 90, 75. .209 ... 16 95
50. .202 ... 17 00 64. .205 ... 17 06
Sheep Tho sheep market was generally
steady, with some classes selling a little
stronger than the close of last week. Best
Mexican lambs sold to the packers at $18.00,
and the medium and In between kinds
ranged from $17.26 to $17.76., Tackers
bought one siring of lambs averaging about
90 pounds at $17.35, which looked steady
with last week. There were a number of
cars nf shorn heavyweight lambs on sale,
but none had been turned at a late hour.
The general undertone to the trade, however,
was firm and orders seemed to be ample
to take ear of the day'a supply.
Ewe lambs for breeding purposes sold up
as high as $18.76, averaging 76 pounds.
Ewes again reached $14.00, the high price
of last week.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis. Mo.. March 25. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2.000 head; steady; native beef
steers.. $80flSi 13.6ft; yearling steers anil
heifers. 8700'(I3.50; cows, $0.0(1 1 1.50 ;
slockers ami feeders, $6.0010.60; fair to
prime southern beef s(ers, $9.00tf 12 00;
beef cows and hirers, $6.00(10.00; southern
yearling steers and heifers, $7.6010.00;
native calves, $6 00i&14 00.
Hogs Receipts, 17,800 head; steady:
lights. $17. 50ifi 17.75: pigs, 1 3 50M. 17.25 :
mixed mid butchers, $1 7.30'i 17.70; good
heavy, $l6.90(jrl7.25; bulk, $17.0017.65.
Sheep and ,l,arnlts Receipts, 500 hesd;
steady; lambs, $14.00'ii 18.25; ewes, $12.50!
13, 00; welhers, $13.00 13.75; canners and
I Wiinsas City l ive Stock.
Kansas City, March 25. Cuttle Receipts,
13,000 head; steady; prime fed steers, $13.00
(ft 14.00 ; dressed beef steers, $10.5041.13.00;
western steers, $10.00ff) 13 26; cows, $7.50.
11.00; heifers, $7.76011.75; stnekers and
feeders, $8.00013.60; bulls, $7.6010.00;
calves, $7.501' 13.60.
Hogs Receipts, 18.000 hesd; lower;
bulk. $16 35f 17.0(5; heavy, $16.2516.65;
packers and butchers, $16.60I7.00; light
U6.H617.16; plKS. $13.00lI6.65. 1
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 9,000 hesd;
strong; lambs, $17.00(018.16; yearlings,
$ll.Olil.00; wethers, $13,004)15.00; ewes.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. March 25. Cattle Receipt.
25,000 head; tomorrow. 16,000 head; weak:
native steers, $9.4014.60; jst.ockers and
feeders, $7. 750 11.60; cows 'and heifers,
$6 854111. 80; calves, $10.60016.00.
Hogs Receipts, 77,000 head; tomorrow,
44 000 hesd; 26c under Saturday's average,
bulk $17 O0Ctfl7.6O; light. $17.0017.70;
mixed,. $16.70( 17.65; heavy, $16 OOft17.30;
rough, $16.0051,16.35; pigs, $12.75i(16,60.
Hlnep and Lambs Receipts, 18.000 head;
tomorrow, 14,000 head; firm; sheep, $11.00
15.00; lambs, $14.60018.90.
Sioux City Live Htwk.
Sioux City, la., March 25. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4,500 head; market steady; beef
steers. $10 006)13.75; fat cows and heifers,
$8.00011.50; cannerB, $7.00 & 8.00; stockers
and feeders, $9.0012.00; calves, $8.00
12.60- bulls, stags, etc., $7.6010.50; feeding
cuws'and heifers. $7.009.75.
Hogs Receipts, 9,000 head; market 25c
lower; light, $16.604H6.75; mixed, $16. SOW
16.60; heavy, $16.0016. 40; pigs, , $14.50(ft
16.00; bulk of sales, $16.25 16.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 300 hesd;
Kansna City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., March 25. Corn No.
2 mixed, $1.(7!. 78; No. 2 white, $1.83i
1.86; No. 2 yellow, tl.73icl.80; May. $1.26
Oats No. 2 white, 90c; No. 2 mixed.
Kansas City Produce.
i Kansas City, March 25 Butter Cwne
cry, 39c; firsts, 37c; seconds, 38c; picking,
Uggs P'lrsls. 33e.
Poultry Roosters. 20c; broilers, ijcL
OMAHA CASH GRMN
Corn receipts, 323 carloads, were
far in excess of those at Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City or elsewhere The
Omaha cash market, like all ethers,
was off. Trices on early sales were j
$1.30 to $1.75 a bushel. '
Up to tlie noon hour there Aire
plenty of bids on oats, but no les
had been made. Indications were that
the market was considerably oil it vni
Saturday, when the sales were made
at W'j to 91 ctnts a bushel. Re
ceipts were 122 carloads.
Wheat receipts were 10 carloads.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Receipts Large; Corn Sells
Lower; Oats Off One to One
and a Half Cents; Rye
and Barley Slump.
Omaha, March 35. 1918.
Receipts of corn and oats over ffuaday
wen- very lib. ral, 323 cars nf the former
ami 1.2 i urs of the latter being reported
In. Wheat recipts were only 10 cars, while
those of ry i i.nd barley ware 13 and 11
cars respei'tlv.'li .
Cah premiums on all cereals showed a
decided weak less In the spot market. Corn
prices declined generally 6c to He with
some sellliiK' off as mm Ii ss ltlc a bushel.
Early uudlng was unusually slow, but
later on a good demand took the greater
part of the 'ffcrlngs with a preference,
however, for Iry corn. The range of prices
were as folio vs: No. 3 white, $1.7491.98;
No. 4 while, $l.63tf l.t; No, 6 white, $1.45
iff 1.50; ' No 3 yellow, $I.66WI.6S; No. 4
yellow, $1.(10161; No. 6 yellow, $1.43
1.47; No. 3 mixed, $1.61; No. 4 mixed, $1.46
fjfl.47; No. 6 mixed, $1.40till.4.
Cash oats sold off le and 1V the bulk
declining a cent or more. The Inquiry for
this article was rather light snd much
of it was carried over. Standard nals brought
S8v,o. ami the No. 3 white, 88o, No. 4 white
sold at 87io, snd I he aamplo grade at
Ilyo was a cent lower, whlls barley figures
were cut 6e a bushel. Very little business
was transacted In rlthor cereal, the de
mand being very limited. No. 2 rye brought
$2.93 and the No. 3 barley $1.7$, this being
a part car. No. 4 barley sold at tl.TO.
Clearances were:. Wheat and flour, equal
to 123,000 bushels. '
Primary wheal receipts were 382,004
bushels and shipments 263,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,623,000 bushels and
shipments of 1141.000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 2,300,000 bush
els and shipments 1,220,000 husliojs, against
r edpis of 960,000 bushels and, shipments of
(677,000 bushels last year.
ITimary oais receipis wore as.zfli.euu ousn
els and shipments 1,270.000 bushels, against
receipts of 1,169.000 bushels and shipments
of 609,000 bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago i. ( 212 184
Omaha 10 323 122
Kansas City 28 288 63
St. Louis 44 23 29
These sales were reported today:
Corn No. 3 white. 5 3-5 cars, $1.70; 1 3-5
cars, $1.74; No. 4 white, 3 cars, $1.67; 3
cars, $1.68; 4 2-6 cars, $1.(5; 2 cars. $1.63:
No. ft white, 2 cars, $1.60; 3-6 car, $1.47; 0
cars, $1.45; No. 6 white, 4 cars, $1.40; sam
ple white. 1 car, $1.30; 1 car, $1.26; 1 car,
90c; No. 8 yajlow. 1 car, $1.71; 2 cars, $1.6;
7 cars, $1.65; No. 4 yellqw. 1 car. $1.68;
7 cars, $1.65: 2 cars. $1.64; 3 cars, $1.63; 1
car, $1.61; No. 6 yellow, 1 car, $1.46; 6
cars, 11.45; 'S-S car, $1.43; No. ( yellow, 1
car, $1.38; 1 car, $1.37; 1 c'sr, $1.36; sample
yellow, 2-6 car, 60o; No. 3 mixed, 6 cars,
$1.55; No. 4 mixed. 1 car, $1.47 11 cars.
$1 45; No. 6 mixed, 1 car, $1.45; 1 car, $1.44;
2 cars. $1.41; 11 cars, $1.40; No. mixed,
1 car, $1.39; 31 cars. $1.35 1 car, $t.33f 1 car.
$1.32; 1 car, $1.30; 3 cars, $1.30 sample
mixed. 2 cur $1.30; 1 car, $1.26.
Oats Htanflard, 1 car, 88 Vic; No. 3 while,
3 cars. 86c; No. 4 white, ( cars, 87Vic; sam
ple white, 4 cars 87c; No, 3 mixed, cars,
barley mixed, 87c.
Barley No. 4. 2 carl, $1.70.
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No.' 3 white,
t1.75tjil.81; No. 4 white. $1.63(61.68; No. t
white,! $1.451.50; No. white, $1.40; sam
ple White, 0cjf$1.30; No. 3 yellow, $1.6601
1.68: No. 4 yellow, $1.61(61.68; No. 5 yellow,
$1.4,1(tf I 4"; No. 6 yellow. $1.361 .31; sam
ple yellow. 60c: No 8 mixed, $1 65; No, 4
mixed, $1.46(f 147; No. 6 mixed, $1.4001.45;
No. $ mixed, $1.30i'l. 39; sample mixed,
$1.261(11. 30. Oats: Standard,- 8SVic; No. 3
white, 88c; No. 4 white, 87Vsic; sample, 7c.
Barley: No. 4, $1.70.
Chicago closing prices furnished The Boa
by Logan ft Bryan, stock and grain brokers.
216 South Sixteenth street, timana
'Art. Open. High. Low7"coae."Yest
Corn. I !
Mar. 1 27 8; ' 1 278; 1274 1 27i 1374
May 1 26 i 1 26 126H t 264 126Vs
Mar. 89 90 88 $0 8074
May 5S4, 85H86 84 V S,84 85H
May 48 76 48 76 48 55 48 (0 48 (2
May 26 16 26 25 26 15 26 25 2( 21
July 2il 17 26 22 20 76 26 20 26 20
May 24 90 24 97 24 90 24 97 24 95
.1 ill V 25 26 25 82 26 26 25 30 26 30
CHICAGO ft RAIN AND rROVISIONS.
Gralu Prices Weaken Owing Chiefly to
Clilcugo, March 26. Grain prlcea weak
ened today owing chiefly to tha bearish
effect which war developmenta appeared
to have nxsreUed temporarily on the New
York stock market. Corn closed unsettled,
c to 14So net lower, with March $!.374
and May $1.2584 0 1.26. Oats finished H
Sc off to Ho advance provialon
wound up virtually the same figures as
Corn traders gave far more attention to
war news than to all other factors put to
gather. Tho ii'lnclpal , result was to make
business shrink to a very small volume In
deed and to keep valufs depressed, al
though i.t no time were the declines ot a
radical character. Iteporis that an In
crease of oats r.creage would be at tha ex
pense of corn helped somewhat to steady
the corn market In the late dealings and
so, too, did suspicious weather for field
work. Rallies in Wall si met quotatloni
tended likewise to give a little more cour
age to holders.
New buying on the part of export Inter
esls aided In counteracting weakness of tha
outs market. War happenings and a like
lihood that the Illinois acreage o( oats
would lie enlarged bad previously led to
general commission house selling.
In provisions, demand from packers over
came, the Influence of lower quotations on
Corn No. 2 and No. 3 yellow, nominal;
No. 4 yellow, $1.65 1 62.
Oats No. 3 white, 9ll;ff92c. standard
91 'Aft 92c
RyeNo. 2, $2.91
Barley $1.56 tt 1.85.
Timothy $G.oo (JM. 26
Clover $28. OOfo 31.00.
New York General Market.
New York. March 25 Flour Steady,
Springs. $10.7611.26; winters, $10,850
11.15; Kansas. $i0.904 1 1.25.
Corn Spot, steady; Klin dried No, 3
yellow, $2.004; ; No. 4 yellow, $1,86; No.
5 white $3.20; cost snd freight New York
prompt shipment. Argentine $2.40 f 0. b.
Oats Spot, steady; natural. $107
Hay Steady; No. 1, $1.50; No. 2, $1 250
1.35; No. 3, $1,150! 20. Shipping $1,000
Hops Easy; state medium to choice 1917,
35i?j4:ie; 1916, nominal. Pacific coast 1917,
2023c; 1916. 14016c
Hides Quiet; Bogota, 30633c; Central
Leather Firm; hemlock sole overweight
No, I, 48c; No. 2. 46c.
Provisions Pork, barley steady; mess,
$52.50(81 53.00; family, $55.00; short clear,
$52.00 0 58.00.
Lard Quiet; middle west, $26.70 021.80.
Tallow Firm; city special loose, 17c.
Wool Steady; domestic fleece XX Ohio
and Pennsylvania unwashed 66066c.
Rice Strong; fancy head, 9K09V4c;
blue rose, 08c.
Minneapolis. Minn., March 25. Flour
Rye At $3.0003.02.
Harley At $1.6002.00.
Bran At $32.78.
Corn Nn 3 yellow, $1 .751 o
Oats No. 3 white. 89 5(;90c.
FMx $4.06 04.08. '
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis. Mo., March 25. Corn No. 2
while, $1.11 ; May, $f.26.
oats No. 2. 8s; No. i while, JO'tf
0;; .May. I';cv
NEW YORK STOCK
Viewed From All Angles Stock
Market Qenerally Conceded
as Bearing Up Well Under
New York, March 25 Viewed from a;
most every angle, today s stock market. It
was generally conceded, offered substantial
proof of sound fundamental conditions In'
the fare ef very trying circumstances.
News from abroad over the week-end,
supplementing that of last Saturday, wai
sufficiently disturbing to cause an exten
sive accumulation of selling orders, but
once these were assimilated the list
A wide variety of stocks broke from i to
almost 4 points In the first fifteen min
utes, the decline In several noteworthy In
stances Indicating the urgent character of
the selling. Before noon, however, virtu-.
ally all Initial losses wero replsred by
gains over last week's finals. For ths bal
ance of the ssnslon on very moderate trad
In ir. prices continued to harden, though for
feiting some of their advantage to realising
for profits and higher call money In the
Investment rails and seasoned Industrials.
In which early recsssions averaged 3 points
were among the first to rally, Reading.
Union Pacific, United States- Btoel and soma
of the high priced specialties finishing at
gains of large fractions to over a point.
Total sales amounted to (66,000 shares.
Despite the better hank statement of laat
Saturday, money showed a disposition to
harden, sdvanclng to ( per cent after Its
first offering at 6, Time funds were scares
at 6 per cont for all dates.
International Issues reacted with the gen
eral bond list under the weight of early
selling, Anglo French 6s and French stats
snd municipal Issues losing from Vi to 1
per cent. Liberty Issues wars firm In ths
main on lighter dealings. Salea (par value!
aggregated $3,(75,000. United States bonda
(old Issues) were unchanged on call. '
Number of aalei and range of prlcea of
the leading stocks: Vloslng
Sale. High. Low.
Amer. Beet Sugar
Amer. C, A F
American Can ....
Amer, S. ft R
Amer. Sugar Ref.
700 10m 101014 lOlVi.
1,900 101 Vi 100 V4 100
Amer. T. ft T
Amer. 7., L. ft 8..
Anaconda Copper ,,
10.700 (1 60 Vk 61
900 83 81 $3
3,400 106 103 106
3.400 (1 60 . (1
A., tl. A W. I. 8. L.
Bal. ft Ohio
Butts ft Sup. Cop.,
(00 19 18
200 16 II
Cal, Petroleum . ...
Canadian Pacific .,
Central Leather . .
5,300 137 131
4,900 14 3
3,800 (5 l
M. ft St. P....
0. ft N. W
C. R. t. A P. ctfs.
Colo. F. ft I
Corn Products Ref. 32.000
Cuba Can Sugar..
114 ISO '
General Electrlo ,.
General Motors . .,
Ot. No. pfd
Gt. No. Ore ctfs..
Illinois Central ...
44 ' ,
lnt M. M. pfd
K. C Southern
Kennecott Copper., 1,100
ti . ...
Mexican Petroleum 17,900 12 81
Aiiami copper .... 1,400 30 29
Missouri Pacific ,. 3,600 81 21
Montana Power ,
Nevada Copper .. .. 900 18 17
New York Central. 1,600 (9 68
N. Y, N. H. ft H.. 700 18 37
iNorroiK at western
Northern Paclflo ..
(00 102U 102V lOSVi
300 84 14 13
Pacific T. ft T ,
Pennsylvania , 3,400
10 ? V.
Ray Cona. Copper..
Republic I. A S....
Shsltuok Arl. Cop.
Southern Paclflo , 1,700
Southern Ry 3,700
Studebaker Corp. .. 1,600
Texas Co 4,800 143
Union Pacl(ln 8,100 119
U.S. Ind Alcohol . 11,000 122 mvi 1214.
IJ, H. Htael , , .. ,J, .1826,00 89 8 89
IT, 8. Steel pfd..,. 400 108 108 i08 J"'-
Utsh Copper 700 71 76 78
Wabash pfd "B" ji. ,
Western Union ,.. J00 01 80 11
Wasting. Electrlo . 1 900 40 40- 40'4- "' n "
Total Bales for the day, 666,000 shares.
1 . . 1 . j.
Now York Money. f . ..."
New York, Marrh 26. Mercantile Paper 1"
Four and six tnonths, 8 per cent. " ji ,
Sterling Sixty-day bills, $4,72; coin-r '
menial , 60-day bills 1 on banks. $4.71H;':
commercial (8-day bills, $4.71; demand, i(
$4 75 5-1$; cables, $4,76 7-16.
Silver Bar, 2c Mexican dollars, 74!4c -,):
Bonds Government, strong; railroad, :
Time Loans Firm; 60 days, 10 days and 1
six months, ( per cent bid. "'
Call Money Strong: high, I per eenti'",
low. 5 per cent; ruling rate, 5 per cant; V"
closing bid, 6 per cent; offered at I per
cent; last loan, I per cent ' "
V. S. 2a reg... IT1II. Cen. r. 4a.. 10
do coupon ., 17 Int. M. M. Is.. 1
U. 8. 3a reg... MK. C. 8. r. 6s.. 71 1
do coupon .. 18 "L. ft N.tin. 4s.. 13
V. 8. Lib. 2s 98.20M K, ft T. lat 4s 11
U. S. 4s reg.,.104L. ft N. un. 4a. 13 u
do coupon ...104 Mo. Pao. gen, 4a, 66 1
A. F. 8. 6a ,.5 Mont. Power 5a. . 88 '
A. T. A T. c. 6s 10 N. T. C, d. (a 93 "
Anglo-Frenoh 6s. 89'No. Paclflo 4s.. 71' a
Arm. ft Co. 4a 84 do 8s 57 IWU
Atchison g. 4s. 80O. a U r. 4a.. 11
B. ft O. c. 4 Ha 7(Pao. T. A TV fa 11
Bth. St. r. 6s 13 Penn. eon. 4s., t--Cen
Leather (a 134 do gen. 4s., II
Cen. Paclflo lat 78 '4 'Reading van. 4a II
C. A O. e. 6s.. 11 8 L ft 8 P a la 14 '
C. B. A Q. j. 4a 11 80. Pao. e. It., 10
C M ft 8 P o 4a 73 8o. Ry. la lv
C R I ft P r 4s (3 Tex. A Pae. lat. 1844)
C. ft 8. r. 4a 17'Unlon Paclflo.. 18
D. A R. O. r. 6s 4$D. 8. Rubber 6s.. Tl
Dom of Can. (a 11 V. 8. Steal (a IT
Erie gen. 4a..., 61Wabast 1st 93 j
Gen. Else 6a .. 18 French got, ! It VI
Ot No. 1st 4s 11 Bld.
IndoD Money. r -
London, March II. Silver Bar, 4(41 ptg.'.''"
Money At 3 per oent.
Discount rates Short and threa month1
bills, 1 l-ll par cant '
Naw York Prodnoa.
New York, March. 26. Butter Hark 4 ";
firm; receipts, 9.44( tubs; creamery, higher "
than extras, 43 044a; creamery axtraa (II V
score), 43c; flrats, 41043e; seconds, 31 1 .
041c , ' "'
Eggs Market Irregular; receipts, 11,041 "'
cases; fresh gathered axtraa, 3304Oe; XJ " ,.
tra firsts, 3718o; first. 36 037c;
seconds, 38036a. "
Cheese Market Irregular! receipts, 1,111
boxes; state held specials, 24026o; ,'
average run, 34024o.
Live Poultry Market strong: old roosU
ers, 27c; young roosters and smooth-legged,
chickens, 35c; turkeys, S5o. Dressed, mar. " '
ket quiet; rhlckens, 27040c; fowls, 29036c;.
New York, March 26. Evaporated apples
dull; Callfornias 14016c; state 160
Prunes Firm; California! lO014c;
Apricots Quiet; choice 17e; extra
choic 18c: fancy 19020c.
Peaches Quiet; standard lt011c;'.
choice 124J13c; fancy 13 014c.
Raisins Steady; loose muscatela ',4 0
9c: choice to fancy seeded 10 011c',
seedless 808; London layers $2.00
, Chicago Produce. -'
Chicago. March 25. Butter Market
higher; creamery, 35041c.
Eggs Market lower; receipts, 17,001 .
sases; first, 34034s; ordinary firsts, 33
34c; at msrk, cases Included, 33043c.
Potatoea Market lower; receipts, 87 cars;
Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota, 1 ulk,
76 ft 90c; racks. 85090c.
Roosters Market steady: young, 280. ,
New York Sugar. 'J
New York, March 25. Sugar Fani-.'
steady: centrifugal, 6.006c; molasses, nomi
nal. Refined, ateady; cut loaf, 8.95c;
crushed, 8.70c; mould "A," 7.(5c; cubes,
8.20c; XXXX, powdered, 7.65o; powdered,
7.60c; fine granulated and diamond "A."
hoc; coniectioners a, v.soc; ro. 1, 7.oo,.-
New York, March 25. Metals Lead cull;
spot, $7.260 7.60, Spelter, dull; Eas St"
Louis delivery, spat, $7.2507.17.
At London Copper: Spot, 110; 'uturee,;.
110; electrolytic, 126. Tin: Spot ind fu-
tures. 316. Lead: Spot (II 10s; futures, .
28 10s. Spelter: Spot, 64; futures 60
vannah, Ga., March 25. Turpentine "
; sales 06; receipts 14; shipments 72"; --
Rosin Steady; receipts 141; shipments;. .
stocks 92,875, "
Quotutlon B, D. t F. G. H. I. 560; K 650;,
M (75; N 716; WG 730; WW140,
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