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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, APRIL 6. 1918.
1ELP WANTED FEMALE'
Pnafessions and Trades.
Vot hand work on army supplies.
-no experience necessary.
18c per hour 1st month.
19c per hour 2d month.
-Oc per hour thereafter.
..BLRf MATHER. FOREMAN. 1ST.FL.
jCOTT-OMAHA tent &
1501 Howard St. .
nueen Kins experienced on
power sewing machines: nice, clean steady
work: experienced ' operators earn $12 to
S15 a week: guarantee given. Omaha Auto
iop Co, 709-11 S. 16th St.
WANTED. GIRLS FOR LABELING
AND LIGHT FACTORY WORK.
' APPLY AT OFFICE,
ON VIADUCT, 10TH AND JONES.
PAXTON & GALLAGHER.
Household and Domestic.
-"ANTEDEXPERIENCED WHITE GIRL
FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. GOOD
WAGESjj HARNEY 6536. 2221 S. 32D.
WANTED An experienced girl for general
housework on the farm, $ 10 per week.
Lock Box 111. Oakland, Neb.
EXPERIENCED GIRL I FOR GENERAL
HOUSEWORK. THREE IN FAMILY: NO
LAUNDRY WORK : $9 PER WEEK.
TEL. HARNEY 978. .
WANTED A kc. d rlil or elderly lady to
aid in ili care of a child. Apply 010 S.
WANTKDt '.'ompetent maid for general
housework. Mrs. W. W. Richardson, 3100
' 'hies to St. ;!. Harney 6256.
WHITE GIRL for general housoworly
i.Hunureas Kept. wages s per wees.
1 No. 63d Ave. Tel. Wal. 773.
GIRL FOR general housework, small
family, good wages: references. Mrs.
Kobert Anson, Humphrey, Neb.. Rt. 3.
W', MAN of 25 or 30 for housekeeper; uo
laundry Douglas 7163. 2423 8. 24th St.
GOOD girl wanted for light housework;
dandy home to right girl. Phone Harney
42S.j or Harney 2208.
WHITE GIRL for general housework.
laundress kept. Wages $9 per week.
u'i North 63d Ave. Tel. Walnut 772.
v ANTED A cook; no washing; good
wages. Mrs. Joseph Barker, 3607 Jackson
St., Harney 27;
WANTED First-class cook; good reter
ences. Apply Mrs. W. H. McCord, 6201
COMPETENT maid for general housework;
good wages. Apply 115 North 35th St.
WANTED Experienced second girl. Mrs.
M. G. Colpetzc. 402 3. 38th St. Harney
.MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN to assist with
housework for board, and some salary.
2316 Lincoln Blvd.
WHITE girl for general housework.
Fonda, Jr. Walnut 3586.
WANTED A L A
U N Lt R
WANTED A competent white laundress.
References. Harney 694."
Hotels and Restaurants.
GOOD PAY. SHORT . HOURS. EX
CHANGE RESTAURANT, UNION STOCK
YARDS, SOUTH OMAHA. PHONE
TWO women to work in kitchen, one ex
perienced In cooking. Flatlron cafe.
iSEAT girl o wait on table. Flatlron cafe.
WANTED For the Royal Ruby Consoli
dated shows, 10 chorus girls; all that Is
required of you is to conduct, yourselves
us ladles at all times. Call S. D. Rose,
Edward Hotel. Doug. 1093.. -.
CASHIER for moving picture show, between
18 to 20 years. old: evening Work only.
CJueen Theater, 607 fierce fit -,
Every day is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branchos. Catalogue free.
Douglas 1565. 18th and Harney 8ts.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS
. Furnished Rooms.
A DESIRABLE room, new lurmture, now
flat, walking distance, for one or two
men; private home. Tyler 2667.
TWO nicely furnished large front rooms In
modern home. Suitable for two. Board If
desired. Harney 1590.
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine, 6Q8 North 17th St. Reason
LOVELY front room, private home. 105
South 29th Ave. Phone Harney 6407.
NICE room in a lovely home near Farnam
car line. Call Harney 6243.
South 2'th St.
room for two. 1023
20 S. 30TH SI., suite three modern rooms
well furnished. Gas range, electric lights.
Private family. No children. Very
it rooms furnished, modern, shade,
washer, garden spot, 2605 Emmet
OUR nicely furnished light housekeeping
rooms; close to two car lines; rent $20 per
month. Harney 6816. Sunday, Red 9157.
MODERN nicely furnished rooms; beautiful
location; no children. Harney 6554.
N"ICEirrrse room with board for two young
men. On oar line. $6 per week. Web. 4313.
FRONT room, furnished; clothes closet, both
floors. 115 South 29th. Harney 307.
MODERN ROOMS, newly decorated, 4018
La Fayette. Walnut 1411. No children.
Board and Room.
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
If you fall to find the room you
desire among these ads rnll at The
B-e office for a Room List. Gives
complete description of vacant rooms in
all parts of the city. New lists issued
2561 DODGE Large room wtih good board
for two or three gentlemen: walking dis
tance. Harney 6143.
WANTED Christian people to board colored
baby. 7 months old. Box-4566, Omaha Bee.
BOARD and room for two, home privileges.
117 South 30th St. Harney 5881.
3LAREMONT INN, 17th and Jackson, tran
sient guests. $1 a day; permanent guests,
$5 week. Douglas 2735.
THREE unfurnished rooms, second floor,
modern. $9. 2567 Pierce. Harney 7003.
4 FOR RENT FURNISHED
JIAYWOOD. 2611 Harney; reception room,
large living room, disappearing bed,
kitchenette and bath. Glover & Spain,
CAPITOL AVE.. ISH--Modern 3-room
housekeeping apartments; also sleeping
FURNISHED or unfurnished 3-room anart
nients. Call Webster $32.
Pot'R-ROOM modern apartment;
floor. 2701 Manderson. Colfax 129.
WANTED TO RENT
Offices and Desk Room.
WANTEI) Oiflce de.k renin.
Register Co., care Y. M. C. A
FOR RENT HOUSES
WALKING distance. 2633 Dodge street, S
room modern house, newly decorated and
in ftne shape; waut good tenant, not a
mover and for such will make a price of
$25 per month. W. W. Mitchell, owner.
Phone Webster 4S75.
FLAT, 2303 Leavenworth, 6-r., $20.
208 S. 41st, modern, 7-r.. $25.
JOHN N. FKENZKR, Douglas 554.
MODERN house. 7 rooms and sleeping
porch; will build garage. 529 N. 40th St
10-ROOM brick house, 2601 Capitol Av
modern. Tel. Harney 6564.
2619 CAPITOL AVE 9-r. mod. flat, $23.
RASP BROS.. 210 Keeltne Bldg. Tyler 721
6-ROOM modern apartment, lth and. Lo
cust. $25.50. Call at Otto Wolff Store.
TEN-ROOM modern, steam heating plant;
good neighborhood: $40. Douglas 6947.
6-ROO.M cottage. 2470 s7lYtn St$n50
monthly. H. W. Hinder, Douglas 1264.
CLOSE IN, S3 L S.. 20th, S rooms, modem
except heat; good condition: suitable tor
two families. Doug. K9sS.
516 PARK AVE 7 rooms, $40.
209 S. 36th, 8 rooms, garage, $45.
ARM STRONG-WALSH CO.,
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
LIST your property fur rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler 729.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS & CO.. BEE BLDG.
Shopen & Co.. Rentals. Douglas 422'
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
MONTEREYE Apartments. 145 N. St.
5 rooms, $55.00.
I rooms. $35.00.
KLOKE INVESTMENT CO.
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof; t'lno lawn and
flowers during summer; best location, 24th
arid Farnam. Prices reasonable. Call D.
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK, close In, few
equal, 4-room corner flat. Apply 220
N. 23d. Phone Red 4232.
THE CORON.VDO APARTMENTS
22D AND CAPITOL AVE. "
2 rooms with 3-room accommodations;
In-door bed. gas stove, refrigerator Rnd all
modern conveniences. Including heat and
Janitor service; east front balcony; 8 min
utes' walk to 16th and Farnam streets.
$.13.60 summer. $39.50 winter.
BENSON & MYERS CO., Realtors,
424 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 746,
TWO four-room heated flats, private bath.
gas range, $22 50 each. 2532-54 Cuming St.
THOS. W. HAZEN. 207 McCague Bldg.
ROOMS and sun room, semi basement
Apt., $13: 4 rooms and sun room, second
floor, $27.50. 181 5 Maple. Red 6R2.
TO SUBLET One four-room apartment.
Call afternoons. Angelus Apartment 4.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Rneclallsta tn Apartment management
MODERN apartments, near P. O. Low rent.
Q. P. Stebhlns. 1610 Chleagn St.
OR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
FINE new store room and basement at 27th
and Leavenworth Sis. Steam heat For
particulars see Conrad Young. 322 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. Douglas 1571.
FINE store room. 16th St., near P. O.,
rent. G. P. Stebhlns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
LET US SHOW YOU why you should office
In The Bee Bid. Keystone Investment Co.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN & STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St. between
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 seo our dally rental lists.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA. VAN AND STORAOT5 CO.,
S06 S. 16th. Douglas 4163.
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson .Sts.
J. C. REED
Express Co., Moving,
1207 Farnam St. Web. 5748. Doug. 8146.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service in moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4:138.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Six Rooms Clifton Hill
$3,150 $300 CASH
This is near 45th St. car line, on Clifton
Hill, built 4 years, 4 rooms downstairs
and 2 , rooms, bath and sleeping porch
upstairs, south front lot, house has oak
finish downstairs and is newly decorated,
This is a bargain.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
27th and Leavenworth
6 rooms and garage, practically new.
Owner leaving city. Living room, dining
room, kitchen, oak finish and floors, first
floor; three bedrooms, bath and open
sleeping porch on 2d floor. Full lot. Pav
ing paid. Just reduced to $4,000.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City Nat. Bank.
3123 HAMILTON AVE.
Six rooms and den, semi-b'ingalow; oak
. finish; r . lern in every detail: paving and
all special paid. Price only $4,600, $1,000
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Om, Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
WEST FARMAN 6-room bungalow all
modern, lot 50x128, fine shado trees. Price
$3,600 C. A. Grimmnl, Phone D. 1615.
Two Lots Hot Water Heat
7 rooms, modern, hot water heat, gar
age, fruit and shade trees, a nice south
front. hlKh and sightly location, 1 block
to car line,- near 49th and Grant Sts; house
newly painted and in fine repair. Best
buy In Omaha for the money.
J. L. HIATT COMPANY
QAA FIRST TVAT'L.
SEVEN ROOMS, MODERN
Nice large 7-room house, not new, but
in excellent condition, having good Fox
hot air furnace in basement, 4 largo bed
rooms and hall on 1st floor, 3 flno bed
rooms and bath on second, large 60-foot
east front lot, has some fruit trees, gar
age and chicken house, built for a home,
but owner is leaving for California, must
sell. Just one block and a, half from
N. 24th street car line, fine location. Call
Tyler 50 and ask for Mr. Clark.
Miller Park Bungalow
' 5 room strictly modern brand new
bungalow oak doors throughout, oak
finish living room and dining room, bal
. ance white enamel. Built-in bookcases,
colonnade opening, built-in buffet and sun
room.- Owner has agreed to sacrifice this
property for cash. It would pay to In
vestigate this before, buying.
Payne Investment Company,
537 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg., D. 1781
aliNNE LC'SA. humes and lota offer the
best opportunity to Invest yoar raony.
Phone Tyler 151.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Five Rooms all on Ground Floor
This Is all modern, oak finish In living
and dining rooms, refrigerator room,
pantry with cupboards, full basement,
floor drain. and guarantee furnace.
Price 12,750. . $500 down. This Is a
Traver Bros. Co.
819 1st Nat. RankJIIdg.
OAK bungalow, 6 rme.TbralnTYew7aUod
very attractive. $3,150; only small amount
cash. bal. like rent. D. 3140.
FINE KOUNTZE fLACE HOME.
Oak finish, hot water heat, extra well
built house, good as new, on Lotlirop
street; $500 cash and balance monthly.
W. H. GATES,
Omaha Nat. Bunk Bldg
A FOUR-ROOM HOUSE.
A new four-room house, all modern ex.
cept heat; may be bought on the very
easy terms of $75 cash and $20 per month.
Good location. Phone Douglas 362S.
CLOSE TO BATHING BREACH.
New 6-roomed bungalow, 16th and
F.wler. Trice $2,200; take clear lot, paper
or diamonds. 578 Brandeis Bldg.
KOUNTZE PARK BARGAIN.
6-room, well built, all modern house,
with sleeping porch, nice lot, shade, pav
ing all paid for; $3,650; good terms.
TEBBENS. THE REALTOR.
605 Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone I. 2182.
KoUNTZE PLACE Modern e-rooin house,
full basement, laige lot. close to car. Price
$3 850 Norrls Norrls. D 4370.
$2,400 Easy terms, buys S217 Cuming StJ
8 rooms modern except heat: a bargain.
GLOVER & S PAIN, Doug. i2.
CORNER 24th and Blnney Sts., 6-r. house'
all mod. Price $3,300,
RASP BROS.. 210 Keellne Bldg. Tvler 721.
REAL BARGAIN. $950.
3-room house, maple floor, oak finish;
full cemented basement, cement walks,
cily wajer, electric light, one and one
1:1 If blocks from 24th and A Sts., or 24th
St. car lino. S. O. Norqulst, 322 Neville
jrt'NER IN CITY for short time, will
sacrifice their charming 6 room bungalow,
corner lot, convenient to city and stock
yards. Easy terms can be arranged. Box
5212, Omaha Bee,
Have just llie place you
want to spend the hot sum
mer months. Cool, splendid
fishing, swimming and boat
iiip. On Carter Lake near
Lakeview Park. One room
tent house, large enough for
two. Also have canoe. Will
sell very reasonahle.
Address Box SOSO, Omaha
Bee for particulars.
New, S-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 CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St Doug 104.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your home or business
property and pay cash. '
Iff A. WOLF CO.,
Electrle Bldg. Tyler S5.
BUSINESS property and investments.
A. P. TUKEY and SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist.
15th and Dodge Sts. Douglas 41 5
REAL ESTATE Investment
102x132 FT. near 11th and Nicholas; paved
street. A snap if sold soon; $3,700. Call
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
913-14 City National. Douglas 2819.
SOUTH SIDE INVESTMENT.
$1,700 Business lot, with store and dwell
ing, on 26th south or N. Rents $sso.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
GOOD Omaha Income brick flat for land.
Price $12,000. Mtg. $5,500; inc. l,ooo per
year. 211 Brandeis Thea, Bldg. Mr. Pease.
REAL estate. Investments, house nd lots.
WORLD REALTY COMPANY, Realtors.
Douglas 5342. Sun Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
For sale, centrally located trackage prop
erty, corner tith and Pacific. Phone Mrs.
Joseph M. Mctcalf, Douglas 672.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
$7,000 stock of drugs and fixtures.
Located on good corner. Doing a good
business. Good reason for selling. Ad
dress Box 4549 Bee.
CLEAR 160-A. unimproved Jones Co., S. D.,
for clear, modern house. Seward Bros., 578
Brandeis Bldg. Douglas $540.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Five room cottage, strictly modern ex
cept city water, good well and cistern,
two lots 50x130 each, Price only $1,900;
$300 down will handle and $20 per month.
. OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
NEW DUNDEE HOME
This Is a 2-story. 7-room modern
house, occupied only f months, having
front vestibule, living room with brick
fireplace and built-in bookcases, din
ing room with built-in china cabinet,
pantry, kitchen and icebox room first
fioor; 4 attractive bedrooms, Including
enclosed sleeping porch on second floor;
finished in oak and white enamel with
oak floors throughout. This Is an at
tractive place, located on high, sightly
lot 50x135 feet. Price $6,250. Terms
about $1,650 cash and balance $45.00
per month. Including Interest.
GEORGE & CO., Douglas 756.
$4,300 buys a good 5-room. modern
bungalow, near (1st snd Izard, having
living room, dining room with hesmed
ceiling, two bedrooms, bath and kitchen
on first floor, large store rooms and one
room finished on second floor; oak and
white enamel finish; garage for Ford
car. Terms: $500 cash, balance monthly
at 6 per cent.
GEORGE & CO., DOUGLAS 756.
HIGH aud sightly Dundee lots, $875 to
$1,150. Easy terms, loans arranged for
building purposes. Phone D. 5074, Kliulor
& Cary. Realtors.
Nearly new 6 room, all modern bunga
low, only two blocks from Dundee csr.
Oak finish In two rooms Full lot. Garage.
Price $4,600. Terms.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 297. 212 S. 17th.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has $ five-room houses, one 7
room, modern house, one 8 -room 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 class condition.
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 City National Bank Building.
TO PROPERTY OWNERS
WK HAVE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS
FOR MODERN BUNGALOWS AND
COTTAGES NORTH OF LAKE STREET.
WE CAN SELL YOURS IF THE PRICE
AND TERMS ARK REASONABLE.
PHONK us. COLFAX 117 MITCHELL
INVESTMENT CO., 34TH AND AMES.
WE HAVE severaf good ri'ltabla ''"luyYafor
5 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
oTyler 496. 701 Om. Nat. Hank Bldg.
Ll.t your property with 1
JOHN J. MUI.VIHII.I,.
200 Rrandets Theater Itldg. Phone P. 96
"MEET meatF.TK "WeadiTorficef-
Real Estate; Loans and Mortgages.
WE waul 100 mortgages on Omaha real
I denccs; funds on hand for quick closing.
;' E. II. LOU GEE, INC..
' 6;:$-40 Kertlno Bldg,
DIVIDENDS OF 1 PKK CENT OR MORE!
K'nv starts mi account.
OMAHA LOAN & BLDG ASSOCIATION.
' PAUL PETERSON. -' O
1 'o , t
:ll4I,.RA:VIl':IS THEATER BI.Dil.
LOANS-ON CITY PROPERTY
V, H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
II. W." BINDER. "
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
. Clty N'tonl Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. "FARMS,
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2715.
LOWHATKS C. ll. CARL R E R G, 313 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 586.
C1 CI MONKV
" i'l C HARRISON A MORTON
919 Omaha Nat Ilk. Bldg
CU'YTAND FARM LOANS
5, 6'. and 6 Per Cent.
J. H. DUMON'T Co.. Keellno Bi.lg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly F. D.
Waad, AVead Bldg., IS til and farnam flu,
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
SITOrEN & COMPANY, Douglas 4228.
Stocks and Ponds.
FOR SALE Eight shares Waterloo Cream
ery 7 per cent preferred stock; also 1U0
shares H. G. Lincoln Co.. 5 and 10
cent store stock, both at bargain prices.
AVrlte G. A. Matlnck, Lincoln, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK, 201 NEVILLE BI.K.
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
farmers of moderate means to secure
farm homes on very easy terms. Inform
us location desired. For free book and
map and special railroad rates write
Floyd C. Tallmadge, Colonization Agent
Kans.-Colo. Ry Co., First National Bank
Bldg, Pueblo, Colo.
7,600-ACRE MONTANA WHEAT FARM
6 miles from railroad town, 25 miles
from Billings; 1,015 acres now In winter
wheat. In splendid condition; 75 per cent
tillable; 5 wells of water; good spring
nil well fenced. Price $22.50 per acre.
Terms: $50,000 cash, $25,000 November
1, balance five equal annual payments at
6 per cent. Crop will net $50,000 this
year; half of oil and gas right reserved.
BROCKWAY, REAL ESTATE COMPANY,
CURTIS ON BOOM
Curtis la on the boom, land on the raise.
Get In on the ground floor. I have sev
eral 160-acre tracts of from 100 to 125
acres In plow, close In, at around $20 per
acre,' part time. Have some 160-acre
tracts with good improvements, 6 and
miles out, nt around $5,000, '.j cash. Just
had fine r:ilns in Frontier county, which
Increases wheat crop. Some large tracts
W. W. ROCKWOOD,
FOR SALE by Owner 40-A, good level land,
8 miles from Florence and 24 miles from
Calhoun on the main road, every foot un
der cultivation, good reason for selling,
Price $150 prr acre. $2,000 down and good
terms on rest. Address Box 105, Ft.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prices write Geo. Antlll, Blair, Neb.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches In good Old Dawes County,
Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford, Neb.
of all sizes and kinds, easy
A. A. Palnman, 301 Karbach Blk.
CHOICE FARMS. Nllsson, 422 Rose Bldg.
VIEW Jordan Valley Project Heart of the
rango. Get un the ground floor with 80
acres Irrigated land In connection with
open rango. You can grow stock success
fully and cheaply. Personally conducted
excursion every two weeks. Bend for bul
letin. Hurley J. .Hooker, 940 1st National
OWN a farm. We have some of the choicest
land In the heart of the very best sec
tion of the Clover Bolt of Central Wis
consin. Low prices. Easy terms. Write
for booklet and map. John 8. Owen
Lumber Co., owen, Clark County, Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a.,
Including pitd-up water rights. Henry
Levi & C. M. Rylander, 854 Omaha Nat'!.
150-Acre Farm, $15,000.
24 Cows, Pair Horses and
Poultry, with full line tools and machin
ery, Included, to settle Immediately, 100
acres level, stone free, tractor worked
tillage; dark loam with .clay subsoil; now
cutting about 100 tons hay besides corn;
wheat, and potatoes: 300 bearing apple
trees; estimated wood and timber market
ed will nearly pay for farm. On main
road less than one mile to village, depot,
high school, churches, milk factory, etc.
Large barns. $15,000 takes everything;
one-third cash: for complete description
and picture modern steam-heated resi
dence, with bath, see fnee 17, Strout's
Spring Catalogue of S84 Bargains, dozen
slates. Copy mailed free. E. A. STROUT
FARM AGENCY, DEPT. 8072, 205 S. 18th
St.. Omaha, Neb.
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to keep It.
K. P. SNOWDEN A SON.
423 S, 15th. Douglas 9371.
WANTED 20,000 acres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land, Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box Y 467, Omaha Bee.
WE have clients who will pay cash for bar
gains In western land. White & Hoover.
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
"OLD TRUSTY" Incubators and brooders
shipped promptly. Big catalog free. M.
M. Johnson Co., Mfrs., Clay Center, Neb.
Ing eggs, cockerels and pullots, also while
Leghorn hatching eggs. 6134 N. 23d.
Horses Live Stock Vehicle!
We will haul your live stock.
LIVE STOCK TRANSFER CO.,
2209 Farnam St. Telephone Douglas 2508.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
Notice to farmers and city buyers; f
large dapple gray horses, 3,400 lbs.; 7-
yr.-old dapple gray geldings, 3,200 lbs.;
7-yd.-old dapple gray mares, 2,800 'lbs.;
6-yrpd dapple, gray mures; also 6-yr.-old,
1,200 lb. bay horse. Residence, 1808
North 16th St. Opposite Storr, brewery.
ASI AM NOT ABLE Vo work i7Typiace
this spring and run my business I will
sell 11 head of young mares, some 2,800
lbs. and some 2,500 lbs. teams. Mrs.
Gevitch, sol owner, and Mr. Pete will
conduct my sale all this week. Apply at
HOG cholera preventive. Has een tested
15 years. For particulars write T. B.
Tennant. 119 S. Main St., Salt Lake City.
IF taken Boon I will sell my matched team
7 yr. old, 2.800 lbs. farm mares. Apply
at Res.. 2310 Douglas St.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Xlmaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, mo., H. goods, total, $3.50.
Smaller, larger am'ts proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
4"!2 Securities Bldg.. ltth. Farnam. Ty. 466.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK
Average Cattle Receipts; Cows
and Heifers in Demand;
i Feeding Steers Sell
'i I 5.
. . . 9.23.1
.. 7. .SSI
. . . 5.234
j Official Thursday
Five days this week.. 35,379
! Same days last week.. 36.224
Same days 2 wks. ago. 36,221
Same days 3 wks. ago. 31,537
Same Ias 4 wks. ago.S4.5i4
Same days lust year ..31 US?
Receipts and disposition of livo stork at
the Union Stock yards. Omaha, for 24 hours
ending at 3 o'clock esterday
C. M St. P
.Missouri Pacific ,
C. N. W, east...,
C N W., west...,
C.. St. P.. M. O..
C, H. A Q, east
C. U. A o,., wast....
C, R. I. &. P., esst. .
C, 1(. I. ei P west..
Chicago Gt. West
Total receipts ...149
L11SPOS1T ION HEAD.
Morris Co 686
Swift Company.. . t 992 2.0T.9
Cuilnhy Packing Co..' 696 3,765
Armour A Co 65 3.9SS
Schwaits A Co 1,414
J. W. Murphy l.S 1 f
Lincoln Packing Co..
S. Omaha Packing Co.
Wilson Packing Co..
Armour, Denver... . . .
F. 11. Lewis
.1. B. Root & Co
I'. G. Kellogg
Mo. Kan. Calf Co.
Banner Bros I
John Har ey ....... . 12:1
Dennis A Francis! 5
Jensen A Lungren... 23
Other buyers 377
Totals 3,275 15.6..6 4,178
Cattle Cattle receipts were fair for
Friday, about 3200 head, and tho five days'
supply, 35,400 head, has been but 1,000
short of a week ago, and 14,000 heavier
than a year ago. Tho market on fat cattle
was hi live and strong to lora lio hlghi:
than Thursday, choice heavy beeves show
Ing most advance, anil selling up to $14.80$)
14 85. Light catllo did not show so nun h
Improvement, but tho general market for
beef steers In closing 5076o higher than
a week ago. Cows and heifers were In ac
tlve demand at steady to stronger prices,
and about 25660O higher for the week. Da
slrable feeding steers were quotahly. steady
but common light kinds dull at the recent
Quotations on cattle! Good to choice
beeves. $13.608714.50; fair to good beeves,
$U.2513.25: common to fair beeves, $10.00
( 12,00; good to choice yearlings, $II.76P
13.00; fair to good yearlings, $10.6011.60
Common to fair yearlings, $9.00jfl0.00; good
In choice heifers, $10.60 UU2, 00; good to
choice cows, $10.00011.25; fair to good
cows, $8.7Dfc9.75; common to fair cows,
$7.5008.50: prime feeders. $11.00012.95
good to choice feeders, $10,004( 11.00; fair
to good feeders, $S.0(ff 9.25; common to fair
feeders, $7.0(1(8.25; good to clioloo look
ers, $9.60ll.no; stock heifers, tt.00910.00
stock cows, $1.00$. 60; stork calves $S.0Otf
10.60; veal calves, $9.004f 13.J5; bulls, stsgs,
Hogs A heavy ..in of hogs was yarded
today, and with about 1,600 head carried,
over from yesterday packers continued to
make further Inroads on prices, and tMe
market was decidedly bearish from the out
set. Shippers had very light orders and
bought comparatively few hogs at the out
set. On the early market packers bought
a few choice light butchers from $16.76 to
$16.90, hut tho bulk of the supply Including
the medium and heavy weights changed
hnnds at from $16.25 to $1(1.56. The tone to
the market continues .weak and the tendency
Sheep With light receipts of sheep and
lambs today there was practically nothing
done on the early rounds. Buyers were bid
ding lower, and prospects were tor steady
to possibly lower market all around. '
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs
good to rholre, $19.50020.55; lambs, fair to
good, $18.60l.90: lambs, heavy weight,
$lR.25i19.50; lambs, feeders $18.00019.60;
lambs, shorn, $15.00016.65; lambs spring,
$20.00fl25.00; lambs, culls, $14. 00 16.00;
yearlings, fair to choice. $15.25ffll7.00; Weth
ers, fair to choice, $1B.60i9 14.75: owes, fair
to choice, $14.0016.86; ewes, breeders, all
ages, $14.50(3:0.75; ewes, culls and cannors,
v fit. loulf Live Stock Miirket.
St. Louis, April 5. Cattle Receipts, 1,300
hend; market, steady: native beef steers,
$9.75fti 14,50; yearling steers and heifers,
$7.00Sf 13.50; rows, $6. OOtffll. 50; Blockers and
feeders, $7.60i)l 1.25; prlmo southern beef
steers. $8.A0fo 12.55; beef cows and heifers,
$6.00!10.00; southern yearling steers nud
heifers, $7.50lg10.00; native calves, $7,750
Hogs Receipts, 10,&68 head: market,
steady! lights, $17.60 17.80; pigs, $14. SOW
17.25; mixed and butchers, lu.oown.-is;
good heavy, $17. 3017. 60; bulk of sales,
Sheen and Lambs Receipts, ino need;
market, steady; lambs, $14.6020.25; ewes,
$!.00iftil5.00: wethers, $13. 00(8)14. 00; cannera
and choppers, $0.509. 60.
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
Kansas City. April 6. Cattle Receipts,
2.000 head: market, higher: prime fed steers,
$13.75iQi16.76; dressed beef steers, $12.60
14.00: western steers, $12.0014.60; cows,
38.00H12.00: heifers. $8,50413.00: stockers
and feeders, $8.00 iff 13.00J bulls, $7.7610.25;
calves, $7.50 fl 1 4.00.
Hogs Receipts, 9,000 head; market, low
er; JJulk or sales, fis.7Utvi7.iu; neavy,
$l.60(f17.00; packers and butchers, $16.90
j)17.15: light, fl7.00dfn.20; pigs, iis.bwiB?
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2,000 hend;
market, higher; lambs, $16.96$0.5fl! year
lings, $I5.nowi7.60; wethers, 15.00 16. 50 ;
St. Joseph Live Stock.
SI. Joseph, April 5. Cattlo Receipts, 800
luad; steady; steers, $1 l.OOSj 1 5 00 ; cows
and heifers, $7.00013.60; calves, $7.00 16.00.
Hogs Receipts, 4,000 head; market low
er: lop, $17.25; bu)4t of salej, $l.7617.16.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2.300 head;
market steady; lambs, $15.00(3 20.60; ewes,
MONEY TO LOAN
LOA.Vf OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRV.
1 (! SMALLER LOANS. 0 0
J- O W. C. FLATAU, EST. 1892. " ?
f.Tlf FLR. SECURITIES BI.IX3.JTY. 950.
LlA AIONDS AND J EW ELR Y LOA SiS". ""
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
MalHshock. 1514 Dodge. V. 6619. Eat. 1891.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Carl K. Bolen and wife to France
Anderson, southwest corner Thirty
first and Hamilton street, 45x120..$ 4,500
Mary K. Shumaker and husband to
Minnie J. Philips, northeast oorner
Twrnty-soventh avenue and Fort
street, 75x94 ,
Mildred A. Sterner and husband to
Thomas J. Sterner, Twenty-fourth
street, ifil feet south of Florence t
boulevard, cast side. 44x166 1
Charles W. Martin and wife to
218 feet east of Twenty-fifth ave
nue, north side, 44x120 :. 4.500
Jesse C. MeNlsh and wife to Investois
Really company, Douglas street,
697.5 feet west of Twentieth street,
south side, 23x132 ',' 1
William B. Hughes to Investors
Realty company, Douglas street, 541
feet, west of Twentieth street, south
side. 8xl33 20.000
Carl Torell and wife to Laura Bae-,f
Capitol avenue, 99 feet cast . of
Twenty-seventh avenue, north side,
33x116 - 3.500
Boulevard Park Improvement coin'
pany to Henry R. Gerlng. Sahlcr
atreot, north side. 40x115 500
Boulevard Park Improvement com- ,
pany to Henry R. Gerlng, nnrth-
1 east corner Twentieth, and Belt
Line, 6.83 acres 14,500
Abraham S. Cohn to Morris- 8. Colin,
Dewey avenue, 60 foot west of Thir
tieth street, south side, 45x94 2,850
Ole T. RoBengren to Carmelo. Cosln-
teno, William street. 33 feet west
of Fourth street, north side, 33x132. 1,600
Ten Eyok H. Fonda and wife to
Arthur B. Tehbens. Davenport
street, 60 feet east of Fifty-first
street, npi-th iitn 50x135 4,3,0
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Quotations on All Grades of
Corn Slightly Higher; Mar
( ket Unchanged; Oats
Omaha, April $, 191$.
.Total receipts of grain today were: 156
cars, a small Increase over those of yester
usy neat receipts were 15 cars: corn
162 cars; oats. 75 cars: rye, throe tars, and
barley, one car.
With the Increase In receipts of corn, came
an Increase In spot values. Quotations on
practically all grades were slightly higher.
some or the better grades of white and yel
low advancing 5c. The market was gen
erally unchanged to 60 higher. Good corn
v as In good demand, most Of the buyers pre
ferlng the No. i and No. 4 grades. Uu to
a isie nour, very little or the No. 6, No.
u or sample grade offerings had been ills
posed of. The range of prices In the differ
ent grades were; No. 3 white, $1.85; No.
3 white, $1.76tfl.8S; No. 4 white. $1.70
i.is: no. a white, fi.swvi.fs No,,! yellow.
11.63; No. 3 yellow. fl.67Wl.tl; No. 4 yel
low, 11.4611 1,50; No. 3 mixed, f 1.6301.55
No. 4 mixed. $1 4701.49 : No. 6 mixed. $1.4$.
' The Inquiry for oats was unite active and
spot figures were unchanved to Wo higher,
the bulk selling at yesterdays figures.
choice oats brought in advance of Vio to
He No. $ white sold at 89 Ho, and standard
oats at SDe; No. 8 whit brought 8c and
the No. 4 grade. (7Vtj'$t4c. 8ample white
oats went at 86HC7c.
Rye and barley were quiet, no tales being
reported at a late hour.
Clearance were: Wheat and flour equal
to 131,000 bushels; corn. 18,000 bushels
oats, 147.000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were SIJ.OOO bush
els and shipments 130,000 bushels; holiday
Primary corn receipts were 907, 00 bush
els and shipments 796,000 bushels: holiday
Primary oats receipts n-ere 1,233,000 hush
els and shipments 898,000 bushels; holiday
CAR LOT RKCKIPTS.
1 til I ii t U ....
St. Louis . .
These sales were reported today:
Corn No. 3 whits: 4 cars. $1.33) 3 cars,
$1.82; 2 cars, $1.81;' 4 cart. $1.80; 2 cars,
$l.T9r; 1 car ( per cent ' damaged), $1.75.
No. 4 white: 3 cars, $1,74; 4 oars, $1,71; I
cars, $1.71; I car. fl.79. No, f white:
cars. $1.66. No. white: 1 oaf, $I.0. No.
i yellow; 3 oars,. $1.65. No. I yellow: ;
cars, $1.61; 1 car, $1.60; t cars, $1.11; 1
cars, $1.57. No. 4 yellow: 1 car, $1.60; :
cars, $1.48: 1 car, $1.47; 1 car. $1.46, Sam
pie yellow: 1 car, (hot), $1.00. No. 1
mixed: 1 car (5 per cent damaged), $l.l(;
1 car. $1.55; 1 car, $1.63. No. 4 mixed:
2 cars, $1.49; 2 cars, $1.43; 44 cars, $1.47;
1 car (6 Per cent damaged). 11.47. No.
mixed: 3 cars, $1.43. No. mixed: 3 oars.
$1.34. Sample mixed: 1 oar, (Oe.
Oats No. 3 white: 4 oars. 89 He Stand
ard: 8 cars, 89Uo. No. 3 white: $441 cars,
69c. No. 4 white: I cars. 88 Uc; 1 oar, $8c:
2-6 car, 37Vo. Sample white; 7 ears, $7c;
Omaha Cash Prices Cornt No. 3 white,
$1.85; No. 3 white, fl.76ffl.83; No. 4 white,
8 cars, 86 He. Nq, 3 mixed: C rare (barley
$1.7001.78; No, 5 white, ll.01.66; No
white, $1.6601.60; No. 3 yellow, $1.66; No.
3 yellow, $l,67l.61; No. 4 yellow, $1.41 ft
1.50: sample yellow, $1.00; No. 3 mixed
I1.6HH 65; No. 4 mixed. $1.4701.49; No. 6
mixed, $1.43; No. 6 mixed, 1.34; sample
mixed, 90c. Oats: No. I white. 89Vic;
standard, 89 He; No. 3 white, $fc; No. 4
white, 8 7 Vi S 1 Vi c ; sample white, 86Hfif7o,
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan Bryan, stock and grain brokers.
815 South Sixteenth street. Omaha:
ArtloloT Open. High Uw Close Test.
May 1 26 1 tt XttH I 2$H 136
April 39; 90 88 8841 $H
May 86 , 85 84 84 ' 16
May 48 00 48 00 17 57 47 40 4 Ot
May 26 65 36 97 25 (3 25 16 25 30
July 25 36 26 00 it ti 2$ (3 24 10
May 34 22 24 15 24 65 24 OS 34 32
July 24 75 24 76 34 06 $4 $$ 24 32
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Corn Advances In Anticipation of Bullish
Chicago, April I, Corn today resumed
the leadership of grain and advanced In
anticipation of bullish effects looked for
from trading rule amendments to be voted
on tomorrow. Upturns In value, however,
were not well maintained. Prices closed un
settled, HO Ho net higher, with May $1.26H.
oats finished vto o c dfl and provisions
down 25c to 46n.
Ballet that new style contracts, which the
proposed changes In rulea would permit,
might open the way for a decided advance
of prices, gave the corn 'market strength
almost from the outset. Much of the buying
was An the theory that the present form
of contracts would . rise promptly to the
maximum limit, fl.28 a bushel, as soon as
new style bargains were authorised. Besides
any liberal movement of oorn soon from
rural sources did not fppsar likely. Toward
the end ot the session, though, a little notice
taken of gossip about peaoe negotiations
oounted as something of an offset.
Oats were subjected to persistent com
mission house selling after an advance due
to continuance of seaboard demand. Favor
able weather and reports of an Increased car
supply In some section war bearish factors
In addition to peace talk.
Provisions fell on account of a sharp
break In the hog market. .
Chicago Cash Prices Corn: No, 3 yellow,
$1.851.90; No. 3 yellow, nominal; No, 4
yellow, $1.60tKl,67. Oats: No. I white, 92
92os standard, 9!tfS2Mc, Rye: No. 3,
$2.803,I2. Barley, $1.60 fj 198. Reeds:
Timothy, $5.0048.35; olover, $28.00081,00.
Provisions: Pork, .nominal; lard, $25.45; ribs,
$23.15 (U 23.65. V
. New York General Market. .
New York, April 6. Flour Steady.
prlngs. $10.76!11.36; winters, $10,861
1.15; Kansas, $10.10(8(11.26
Corn Knot, unsettled: kiln dried. No. t
yellow $1.94; No. 4 yellow, $1.10; No. 3
white, $2.20, c. I. f New- York, prompt
shipments; Argentine. $2.60, f. 0. b., csrs.
Oats Spot, steady; natural, fl.0i(B
Hay Steady; No. 1, $1.50; No. 2, fl.SOB
.40; No. 2, $1.151.20; shipping, $1.00
Hogs Oulct: state medium to cmtlce,
917, 261f 43c; 19l nominal; Poolfo coast,
917, 2023c: 1914, J4116r.
Hides Steady; Bogota, 30( 83c; Central
.eather Firm; hemlock Dole overweights,
No. 1, 47c; No, 2, 46c.
Provisions Pork, steady; mess, $52.50
3.00; family, $66.00; short clear,. $62.00
6.00. Lard, steady' middle west $26.26
H Tallow Steady; city special, looss, 17c.
Woo Firm: domestic fleece XX Ohio
and Pennsylvania, 66fi66c,
Hice Firm; fancy head, lOIc; blue
Now York, April 6. Butter Market un-
ettled; receipts, 8,673 tubs; creamery, high-
r than extras, 417j(42c; extra (93-score),
4(ft2c; average run, 23li24e.
Poultry Alive; market strong and un.
rhangedi dressed, market quiet; fowls, 290
Eggs Market' Irregular; receipts, 39,985
cases; fresh gathered extras, .27 PSIc; ex
tra firsts, 35Si 36c; firsts, 82 81c; sec
onds, 31 4 32c.
Cheese Market Irregular; receltits, 3.504
boxes; state whole milk flats, held, specials,
40 41c; firsts, 3940c; seconds, 37
34c; other unchanged.
Slout t'lty Live Stock.
Sioux City, la April 6. Cattle Receipts,
2,500 head; market steady to 10c higher;
beef steers, $12.0014.70; fat cows and heif
ers, $8.50018.00; eanuers, $7.258.50; stock
ers Bnd feeders, 9$.0011.6O; calves, $8.00
J3.00; bulls, stags, etc., $8.0010.50; fecd
rttg cows and heifers, $7.50 ti 1 0.00.
1 legs Receipts. 11,000 head; market 25c
to 35c lower; llht, $16.75(ft 1 6.90;' mixed,
$16. 60 14.70: heavy, $l.2S!jl.f0; pigs,
$14 000 17 00: bulk, $16. 40 H 14.76.
Sheep Receipts, 1,000 head; market lOo
to 15c higher.
' Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, April 5 Cattle Receipts, 6,000;
tomorrow, 3,000; firm; native steers $10.16
II5.90; stockers snd feeders, $8.4018.00;
cows smt heifers, $6,80 13,00; calves.
Hogs Receipts. 33,000 tomorrow, 2.5,000;
weak. 25o under yesterday's average; balk,
$17.25il7.70; light, $17. 10 ft 17.76; mixed,
JI6 10'17.70: heavy, $l.164j17.60; rough.
116.1516.40;' pigs, $12.76H.90.
Sheep Receipts, 7,000; tomorrow,
strong; sheep $1.50Q 17.60; lambs,
.Minneapolis, April 5. Flour Unchanged.
Corn No.. J yellow. $.ftl.$.
Oats No. 3 white, 89 jj 90c. -Flaxeced
NEW YORK STOCKS
Exchange Winds Up Week of
Extreme Depression; Total
Sales Amount to Only
- 145,000 Shares.
New Tork, April 5 The stock market Was
at virtually a standstill during the greater
part of today's session, exceeding all
previous days of an abnormally dull week
In Ita nnparalled apathy. Total sales
amounted to 146.000 shares, the low record
since August 1914. Resumption of the
German drive In France accounted for the
further cessation of operations, even th
trading element taking no Interest In tho
courses of prices.
Decline of a point among Investments
shares and as much as two points In a few
specialties resulted from sheer indifference ,
or Inertia. The market seemed so thoro- '
ughly liquidated that no pretext for pres
The decision of the Intestate commerce
commission tn inquire Into petroleum freight
rates and scarcely a ripple among the
shares of the properties most concerned,
sueh action having evidently been dis
counted. Other domestic; developments were along
more constructive tines, general trade
advices offering further encouragement and
bank stearlngs holding well up to recent
Mora time funds were available at the
long prevailing six per cent rate but thr
Immediate future of the money maket
hlngea largely upon requirements Incidents!
to the third Liberty loan.
Liberty Issues again furnished an over- -whelming
quota to the day's dealings in
bonds at slight fractional recessions. Inter,
national Issues were variable, French
municipals hardening. Total aalea (pel
value) aggregated $$.260,000.
ITalted States bonds (old Issues) wen
unchanged on call.
Number ot sales and rang of prices ol
the leading stocks: Bales. High. Low. Close
Am, Beet Sugar... 400
Am. Can 1.300
Am. Car Tdry.. 3.400
Am. Smelt, A Reft
Am, Sugar Raff...
Am. Tel. A Tel....
Am. Z., V. A
1.100 100 11 99 ?(
3.100 (3 43 63 4
300 $3 33 8.1. .
1.400 10( 108 IHIi
400 61 61 61 S,,
200 20 30 10
300 16 16 11 '
400 13 136 134 ; '
tOO 48 64 6 .'
1,300 56 66 66
400 40 40 40
300 19 11 14 .-
200 41 40 40
.... 37 ,
J.000 14 34 94 -
1,000 (2 43 43
1,100 28 38 1'
18.300 41 39 41
1,700 14 14 14
A. O. A W.I.S S.L.
Baltimore A Ohio.,
Butt A Sup, Cop..
Cat. retroleum ...
Canadian Parlfle ..
Central Leather ..
Ches. A Ohio...;.
C It. A St. P....
Chicago A N. W..
C. R. I. A P. etfs
Chlno Coppef ....
Colo. Fuel A Iron
Corn Products Refg
Crucible Steel ....
Cuba Cane Hufar..
Distillers' Bee. ....
General Electrle ...
200 138 138 137
1,100 131 118 11
General Motors ..:
Gt North, pfd....
Ot North, Ore Ctrs
Illinois Central ...
800 27 21
1,100 47 46
6,600 93 11
$00 28 28
300 29 21
Int M. M. pfd....
K. C. Southern....
Louisville A Nash..
Maxwell Motors ..
Mex. Petroleum ..
Miami Copper ....
Missouri Paclflo ..
.Montana Pawur ..
Nevada Cornier , , ,
N. Y. Central
N. Y., N. H, A H.
Norfolk A Western
Northern Paclflo ..
Pittsburgh Coal ..
Riy Con. Copper..
Rep, Iron A Steel..
Shattuck Arts. Cop
Southern Paclflo ..
400 119'i 119
n. Ind. Alcohol 12,300 123 123
3. Steel 14,800 90 19
U. S. Steel pfd... 200 109 109 109',
Utah Copper 200 71 71 is's
Wabash pfd "B" 22
West. Klectrlo .... 300 40 40 20
Total sales for the day, 146,000 shares.
New York Bond Ust. :J
V. is. reg.. 7Ot. No. 1st 4U I6 .
do coupon .. 97 III. Cen, ret, 4s., 80
V. 8. 3s, reg.. 98 Int. If. M. 6s.. 92 .
do coupon .... 9!K. C. S. rsf. 5s 76
V. S. Lib. 3Hs.S8.76M,. A N. un. 4s iH
U. 8. 4s. rcg,.10tM. K.&T. 1st 4a 60; -
do coupon ..104 Mo. Pan. gen, 4a 57
Am. For. Sec. 6s 96 Mont. Power 6s 11
Am. T. A T.clt6s 11 N. Y. C. deb. 6s 8 '
Anglo-French 6s 90 No. Paclflo 4s.. 10 . .
Arm. A Co. 4a 13 'do 3s 67 -
tchlson gen. 4s 80 0. 0. L ref. 4s 82 .1
B. A O. cv. 4s ?4Pao. T. A T. 5s 81 r..
Beth, steel r. 64 91 ronn. eon. 4s. 7
Cen. Leather 6s 98 do gen. 4s.. 89 U, ,
Cen. Paolflo 1st 77 Reading gen. 4a 81 ,
C, A O. ev. 6s.. 79R. L. A 8.F. a. 6s 43
C, B, A Q. j. 4s 62 So. Pan.' cv. 6s.. 10
C. M.A8.P. c.4s 73 Bo.'Rullway 6.. l
C. R. LAP. r. 4s 64 'Tea. A Pao. 1st 16 .,
C. A 8. ref. 4s 49 Union Paclflo 4a 61
D. A R. Q. r. 6s 49U. 8. Rubber 5s. 77 ,v v
D. C. 6s 19S1) 0 U. 8. Bteel 6s... 7
Erie gen. 4s..,, 61 Wabash 1st .... 13
Gen. Electric 6s $tFr'cb a. t Vis.Si 15-11 -
New York Coffes Market, .
New York, April I. There was a steadlet
tone In the market for eotfea futures today. .
No official statement has yet been received
conusrnlng government measures for In
creasing Imports snd thera appeared to be
a less optimistic feeling as to the probabili
ties In that connection. At any rate there
was scattered covering which sent May
back to the maximum price of 8.66 and.,
attar opening 4 to a- points higher the
market closed net unchanged for April, but
generally 4 to II polnta above last night' ,
final figure. September sold at 1.85, and
December at 1.96; May, $ 66; July, 8.77;
September, 1.88; October, 1.84: December.'
8, 8; January, 1.99; March, 9.12. 8pol
coffel steady. Rio T'a, ; Santos 4'l
11 UO. Bale of Santos 4's were reportet
In the cost and freight market at 10.80 bs
sail, London credits. Offers of Rio 7'
were reported at 9.06, steamer shipment
London credits. The official cables r.
ported no change In the Rio market
Santo was 60 reis higher for spots and 21
to 75 reis 'higher for futures. Brasilia 1.
port receipts 23,000.
London, April 6. Silver Bar, 45 d pel
Money At 3 per cent.
Discount Rates Short and three montha
3 1-14 per cent.
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts of prairie and alfalfa hay heav.
Market weak and draggy. and with a poot
demand prices are lower from $1.00 to $2.01
on alfalfa, prairie hay, 11.00 per ton lower.
Choice upland prairie hay, $19.00; No. 1,
$17. OOP 18.00; No. 3, $13.00016.00; No. 3,
110.004X11.00; No. 1 midland pralre hay,
$16.00 18.00; No. 2, 1 1 3.00 igi 1 4.00 ; No. 1
lowland prairie hay, $13.00 14.00; No. 2.
$10.00?11.00: No. I. $8.009.00; choice al
falfa. $24.00; NO. 1, $20.00022.00; stand
ard, $16.00 1J. 00; No. 2, I13.00& 15.00; No,
3, $10.001LOO; oat straw. $8.60; wheal.
New York, April 6. Metal exchange quotes
lead easy; spot, $7.O07.12: spelter, dull;
East St. Louis, spot, $7.00 asked.
At London: Copper, spot, 110; futures,
110; electrolytic, 125; tin, spot and futures,
316; lead, spot, 121 10s; futures, 28 lOsj
spelter, spot,, 54; futures, 50.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City. Mo.. April 6. Corn No. .
mixed, $1.624l. 8; No. 2 white, $1.831.92;
No. 2 yellow, $1.67 1.68 : May, $1.27-4
Oats No. 2 white, sssayjc; ivo.
mixed, 86 c. '
Kansas City Product.
Kansas City, April 6. Butter snd Poultry '
Eggs Firsts. Sic.
New York Cotton.
New York, April 5. Cotton futures open
steady; May, 84.45c; July, 3S.75c; Octob..,
32.38c; December. 33.05c; January, 31.80c.
New York Sugar.
New York, April 6. Sugar Raw. marks'
steady; centrifugal, 6.005c; fine granulated
American Telephone & Telegraph Co
A dividend of Two Dollars per share wil
be paid on Mondcy, April 16, 1818, to stock
holders of record at the close of business vi
Friday, March 16. 1918.
On account of the annual meeting, th
transfer books will be closed from Saturday
March 16th, to Tuesday. March 26th, 191 ,
both days inclusive. G. D. MILNE. Tresw
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