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Household and Domestic. ; I
ANTKU White girl for (rgoneral house
work in six room modern Dundee home,
family of three. No general washing.
Wage satisfactory. A good home far the
right girl. References necessary. Call
Sl'LENDID opportunity for a widow or un
attached young woman wishing a pleas
nut, permanent homo and good wanes,
to assist h general housework for small
family. Inquire Harney, 121.
r5 THK c."il(U vTnudires to work in a
home where good treatment Is extended
and wages fiifTly good, will do well by
' ailing Harney 4285 or Harney 2;8,
WANTKD A nood girl for general house
work. Call Monday evening. Harney :!709.
:!..0 Jackson St., Mrs. J. K. White.
WAXTfcD Competent whitat laundress for
Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Adolph Stora.
WANIlil) A tecond maid with references,
iwo In family. Apply Mrs. Edward Hay
den, 201 S Tass St.
WANTKD-iA. COOK, RKFF.RENCES RB
'Jl'IRED. APPLY SOS SOUTH 3-0 AVE
Nl'K. rHONK' HAUNKY 2M.
HI lit, for general housework; two lu fam
ily! good wages: no washing. Mrs. W. H.
Taylor. Walnut 3303.
WANTED A white, girl for general house,
work. J 40 'South 38th St. Harney 3082.
WANTED Girl for housework. Mrs. Uoorge
Kdgerby. 5110 Cuming St. Wal. 3454.
WANTED Competent second maid. 125 N.
ilind avenue. Telephone Harney 9i6.
WANTED An experienced second maid;
references required. Harney 315.
ft' A XTED An experienced cook; references
required. Harney 315.
YduNcTiciri to assist In house; will consider
school. Weh. 1467.
WANTED A good cook with references.
..tra. Adolrh Storz. Walnut 960.
Hotels and Restaurants.
GOOD PAY. SHORT HOURS, EX
CHANGE RESTAURANT, UNION STOCK
YARDS, SOUTH OMAHA. PHONE
A YOUNG lady for -vaitress la restaurant.
Apply at 1510 Dodge St.
.'ASlTlER for moving picture show, between
18 to 20 years old; eveniig work only,
yueen Theater. 607 Tierce St.
WHITE girl for general housework. Laund
ress kept. Wages $10 per week. 108 N.
63d Ave. Tel. Wal. 772.
- DAY SCHOOL.
Every day is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, atenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalogue free.
Douglas 1565. 18th and Harney Sts.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools,
220 Omaha National Bank Bids.
FOR RENT ROOMS
F"T ished Rooms.
1708 Jackson street. Tyler 1542.
Modern, clean, comfortable, quiet, hot
and cold water in rooms. Right downtown.
Rates $3.25 up per week.
UNUSUAL rooms for rent In Farnam dis
trict; 35th St. References required.
Phone Harney 6025.
MODERN furnished" rooms for men only at
the Sunshine, 60S North 17th St. Reason
NICELY FURNISHED room one block from
car line, 22d and Plnkney streets. Phone
THREE unfurnished rooms, second floor,
$9 per month. 2576 Pierce St. Call Har
MODERN, nicely furnished rooms, beauti
ful location; no children. Harney 6554.
HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping rooms, two
blocks from postofflce. Douglas 8644.
ftl SOUTH 27TH. two large front rooms on
first floor; private family; two adults.
NICELY furnished room to lady employed.
Hanscom Park district. Harney 1003,
LOVELY front room in private home. 105
Park Ave. Harney 6407.
VINE large roomi suitable for two. 2618
TWO beautiful furnished rooms in strictly
modern private home. Harney 1913.
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS. ...
If you fail to find the room you
desire among these axis call -at The-.
Bee office for a Room List. Gives
complete description of vacant rooms In
all parts of the city. New (llsts issued
FofiTbodgc Large room, good board, two or
thrJo gentlemen; walking distance. Har-
TWO strictly modern furnished rooms, rea
sonable. 308 N. 22d St. Telephone Red
HANSCOM park district, large, pfeasant
room, with kitchenette; strictly modern;
on ear line. Harney 1:152.
HOWARD ST. 2215 Largo housekeeping
rooms, close In. range, laundry privilege.
A SUITE of three rooms on first floor;
laundry privileges. 2501 St. Mary' Ave.
209 S. 24T1I Light housekeeping rooms on
first floor, all modern. Red 5825.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, reasonable,
c i nse In. Red 1748.
9 tCELY furnished housekeeping rooms, 1611
Board and Room.
GENTLEMAN, with 10-year-old girl, wants
hoard and room with some young widow.
Call Harney 1326; ask for Mr. C, Jensen.
NICE front room, southern exposure, for
two gentlemen; good board. Douglas 8935.
VIIRNISHED room In modern home, board
optional. Red 6826.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WALKING distance, 2638 Dodgo: 8-room
modern houso. Ready to move into $25.
I'hone Webster 4S7S.
MODERN hon.se. 7 rooms and sleeping
porch; will build garage. 629 N. 40th St.
4 LARGE roefms with bath, second floor, $10.
Also barn. 2639 Reward St. Tel Red 682.
D-"ROOM cottage. 2470sTlSth St.. $18750
monthly. IV. W. Binder. Douglas 1264.
)-UooM modern cottage; walking distance.
S. 22d St.
10-ROOM nouanat 628 South 26th St., suit
able for home of rooming house. Inquire
at 353 Dodge St.
1 -ROOM modern apartment, with Murphy
door bed, over the basket store. 816 N.
16th St., $f7. 5-room house, near high
school. 411 N. 22d St., partly modern,
J. B. Robinson,
412 Bee Bldg. Douglas 8007.
202.1 GRACE ST., S-r. mod. house, J.'O.
1S16 Corby St., 6-r.. pt. mod. house. $1" 50.
1921 Leavenworth, flat (2d floor), 5 rooms,
part modern, $17. "n.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO., '
iOb S. 18th St. Douglas 722.
LIST your property fur rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY,
Realtors. Tyler 729.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CRE1GH SONS & CO., BEE BLDG.
GARDEN, 4128 North 38, 5 rms.. $15.0".
208 South 41, modern 7 rooms, $25.00.
Harney, 2263 or Douglas 554.
Shopeu & Co., Rentals. Douglas 422F
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
iONTEREYE Apartments, 146 N. lvi St.
5 fooms, $55.00.
3 rooms. $35.00.
KLOKE INVESTMENT CO.
HAMILTON APTS.. fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers during summer; best location. 24th
and Farnam. Prices reasonable. .Call D.
$15 N. 25TH Duplex flat, 7 rms., $32.50.
Tyler 1536. 833 gecuritles. Bl dg.
FOR RENT 5-room apartment. Colonial
Apts., 3Sth and Farnam; call mornings.
iiAfinv i-Ai,.ui-; liLDLh Close in, itv. ;
'iua1. I-roon: apartment; also 4-roon '
fiat. Apirty 2014 N, 23d. Plione Red 4232. j
r FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FIRST-CLASS 3-room apartment with
room accommodations In the Coronado.
22d and Capitol Ave. Built-in bed, gas
stove, refrigerator, etc. Summer rent.
$40.96. Winter, $46.00.
BensJm & Myers Co., Doug, 746.
424 -Omaha Nat. Hank Bldg
BEAUTIFUL, strictly modern, four and
five room apartments. Sethlow Ter
race, Kih and Yates. Webster 933 and
W lister 432K.
TWO large rooms, kluheneit. private bath,
large sleeping po.-ch, use of laundry. Call
Colfax 70 or 1299.
2702 jil ANDERSON 4-rooia modern apart
ment. First floor. Colfax 129.
- PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists in Apartment msnagement
MODERN apartments, near P, O. Low rent.
G. P. Stebblna, 160 Chicago St.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
BEAUTIFULLY' furnished 4-room apart
ment. Telephone Ha,rney 6145.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
ia o i 1.0.
jnis in. -tn ?"C., rine retail location.
Rent reasonable. Living room In rear.
612 N. 16th St.. 2d floor. For photo
gallery, shop or living purposes.
3102-4 Sherman Ave., 24x60 each. Near
ly new. Full cement cellar. Retail store.
AR MSTROX G-WALSH CO.,
Tyler l5r,i'.. 3:53 Securities Bldg.
Modern store, ltith St., near P. O., low
rent. G. P. Stcbhlnn, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room
COM FORT A I-ILE offices in The Bee Build
ing for the most discriminating tastes.
Keystone Investment Co.. Tyler 131.
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 see our dally rental lists
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 S. 16th. Douglas 4163.
TUT? IP KENT A
FTnTTT IT V
SERVTl'M J. i-J-X X
Phf,n .Dnncrla 28S for rnmnlt4
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sts.
J. C. REED
Express Co., Moving,
Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2748. Doug. 6146.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service in moving, packing and
storing call Tvlor, 230 or Douglas 4338.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
WEST FARNAM 6-room bungalow, all
modern, lot 60x128, fine shade trees. Price
$3,600. C. A. Grlmmel. Phone D.1615.
MODERN house, 7 rooms and sleeping
porch; will bull d g a rage. 6 29 N. 40th St.
5-ROOM and bath on paved street. 4227
Grant. Telephone Walnut 1723.
DON'T fail to S"e this beenutiful modern
home, with garage, built before advance
in costs; offered by owner for $5,500.
House alone would cost $6,000 to build
now. Phone Douglas 786.
Modern House Two Lots
Near Fontenelle Park
Naw, 6-room modern home and 2 lots,
on 45th St., facing Fontenelle Park, Onk
finish Jst floor, hard pine 1M floor; house
newly decorated, 2 larj?e lots, good gur
;ige, some fruit, 4 blocks to car line.
Owner is IavinK city and hus cut price
to ?3, COO on terms of $300 cash and $a0
J. L. HIATT COMPANY
nnn first natu
OWNER LEAVING CITY
Just 'listed. 'a 7-room fill'. 2-story house
near 21st and Kpmgue, 4 rooms on first
floor, finished In oak; 3 rooms and sleep
ing porch on secohd floor; large lot; east
front; full basement; furnace heat. Owner
has priced this property at $3,500, a gen
r."7 Omaha N'a'l T?k. V.ldg.
Northwest of Minlie Lusa
TWO BLOCKS TO CAR
$13.75 'down, $13.75 a month. This
ground lies fine, with general east slope;
faces east, only 2 blocks to car line, fine
place for a future home; poultry and
fruit.. Price $1,375. Call Tyler 50 and
ask for Mr. Manville,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, H14 Harney St.
4 ROOMS 2 LOTS
Have a four-room house in good repair,
which I will sell on easy payments. Has
eity water and electric lights. Phone
North Side Bungalow
$2.500 $300 cash, balance like rent,
buys nearly new modern five-room bun
galow. A home well located, at a low
GLOVER & SPAIN,
5-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN EXCEPT
HEAT. BARN. SHADE TREKS. LOT
46X12S. EAST FRONT. 22D AND MAN.
DERSON. WEBSTER JSfiK.
OWNER will sell his 7-room houso at 2018
Bristol St. for $2,400. Terms if desired.
KOUNTZE PLACE Modern 8-room house,
full basement, iaige lot. close to car. Prlc
S3. 350 Nni-rls & Nnrrl. D. 4270.
M1NNE LUSA home and lots offer the
beat opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler Is?
AT A bargain, 5-room modern except heat
at 2411 Blnmln St. Address 2521 Dodge.
Modern, Six Rooms, $2,S00.
Near "1st and Mason Sts.; parlor,
dining room, kitchen, ne bedroom, den
and hatii room, first floor; 2 rooms
firilshed upstairs; house is all modern;
raving all paid; good location near 3 car
' lines.! $350 cash and balance ilko rent.
Own your home.
TEBBKN'S, The Realtor,
ii05 Omaha Nat. Bank RIdg.
Phone; p, ;is2 and Weh. 13.
8-ROOM modern house, 923 South-25th St
7-R. HOME IN DUNDEE.
Modern with sleeping porch. Ground
100x120. Owner very anxious to S"U.
AV. H. GATES,
fill rim:,ha Nat, Bank Bldg.
New. 5-room stucco; oak finish: nicely
decorated; fine location: near car line.
Price. $4,000. Terms. $000 each, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Blk.
Brand new oak bungalow, $3,100. All
' modern and nice location. Only $150
cash. Large lot Call day time, Doug.
3140. - ,
8-R. MOD. home, close in, paved street,
cheap for cash, terms, or exchange con
"'dered. 212 Keeltfie Bldg. Tyler 721.
W. F A RN A M BM I TH iT "c6H
Real Es'at and Insurance,
13?s Farnam St Dowr 104
nil: spk-pillil resldiNt;, well located,
$0,000 to $3,000. DoUKia 6707,
REAl ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your horn or business
property and pay rath.
H. A. WOLF CO.,
Electrlo Bldg. Tyler $3.
BUSINESS property and Investment.
A. P. TL'KEY and SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
ilCAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
Income. Business and Trackage Specialist.
16th and DodgeSte. Douglaa
DRY GOODS, shoe stock and "fixture for
ale; best location In city. 1714 Vinton.
REAL ESTATE Investment
REAL estate. Investments, hous and lot.
WORLD REALTY COMPANY. Realtor.
Douglas 51142. Sup Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
h ACRES in Koystone Frk. Nle Improve
ments. East front and close to paved road,
$7,S00. Will take $3,000 clear cottage in
on this. Good terms. Pall Mr. Browne.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO..
515-14 City Nat l Bank Bldg. ru. 2
GOOTy Omaha "residence property to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
NVb. farm. Mr. Pease, 211 Bran. Th. RIdg.
CLEAR lbO-A. unimproved Jone Co., 8. D.;
for clear modern house. Seward Bro., $7$
Brandel Bldg. Dougls Jb40.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELM WOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$1 DOWN, $1 A WEEK.
TAYNE & SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
FINE modern 14-room houses for sale. 501 S.
Sth St. Cost $25,000. Fins Interior finish,
slate roof, steam heat, doublu lathed and
plastered. Two lots 150x6$ ft. each. Price
$15,000. Part time if desired. Phone Mrs.
Cora Karnsworth. Black 163$. 226 N. fd
Pt.. Council Bluffs.
4648. Douglas Street
This la a 5-room modern bungalow,
having iaru- living room with brick
fireplace and built-in features, dining
room, 2 bedrooms and bath, all on first
floor. Stairway to floored attic, which
is well ventilated, with plently of room
to finish ono large room. Front porch
of this property is enclosed In glass
and can be used for sun room. Oak
finish and floors throughout. Only
one block from oar line. If you are
looking for something well built. It
will pay you to look this over. Owner
on rremlsen will show you through.
GEORGE & CO.,Ooug. 756
Nearly new 6 room, all modern bunga
low, only two blocks from Dundee cr.
Oak finish In two room. Full lot. Oarage.
Price $4.f!00. Term.
THE BYRON REED CO..
Thone Doug. 297. 812 8. 17th.
Five-room all modern, quarter oak
floors, oak and white enamel finish; Just
being completed; south front. A big bar
gain and will go quick.
57S Brandels Bldg. Douglas 3R40.
HIGH and sightly Dundee lots, $S75 to
$1,150. Easy terms, loans arranged for
building purposes. Phono D. 6074, Shuler
& Cary, Realtors.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Wtdow has 6 five-room houses, one 7-
, room, modern house, one 8-room modern
nouse ana z moaern store ouiiaings; an
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
WE HAVE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS
FOR MODERN BUNGALOWS AND
COTTAGES NORTH OF LAKE STREET.
WE CAN SELL YOURS IF THE PRICE
AND TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
PHONE US, COLFAX 217. MITCHELL
INVESTMENT CO., 24TH AND AMES.
WE, HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 anfl 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $600 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 49i. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULV1HILI,,
200 Brandeis Theater Bldg. Phone I. it
MEET me at V
D. Wcad's Office.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next ewcursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK, 201 NEVILLE BLK.
LISTEN Old residents who refused to pay
$1.25 aero for Eastern Colorado lnd 10
years ago are paying $10 to $25 now; Ne
braska and Iowa parties buying largely
since they found could save commissions
by buying direct from W. S. Pershing, ex
mayor of Limon, Colo; 3,200 acre sold Ne
braska and Iowa parlies last week
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
farmer of moderate means to secure
farm home on very easy tarma. Inform
us location desired. For free book and
map and special railroad rate write
Floyd C. Tallmadge, Colonization Agent
Kans.-Colo. Ry Co., First National Bank
Bldg.. Pueblo, Colo.
23 4-A. Union Co., Is,; blue grass pasture,
balance good farm land, well Improved;
good terms. Address Box T 496, Omaha
640 ACRES, improved farm, $100 acre.
Great bargain. G. P. Stobblns, 160
North Dakota Lands.
4S0 ACRES ill Dickey County North Dakota,
well improved with telephone and mail
route, 60 rods to school, 10 mile to town
of 2,i00, $52,00 per acre, balance to suit
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade,
medium-priced land In Nebraska. Very
little money required. C B-adley, Wol-
bach. Neb. '
N l'.T3RASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best land at beat
prices write Geo. Antlll. Blair. Neb.
WRITE mo for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches In good Old Dawea County.
Arah L. Hungcrford, Crawford, Neb.
RANCHES of all sizes and .kinds, easy
terms. A. A. Patzman, 301 Karbnch Blk.
CHOICE FARMS, Nllsson, 422 Rose BldgT"
Oregon Lands. ,
NEW Jordan VUley Project Heart of the
range. Get on the ground floor with 80
acres Irrigated land in connection with
open range. You can grow stock success
fully and cheaply. Personally conducted
excursion every two weeks. Send for bul
letin. Harley J. Hooker, 940 1st National
OWN a farrh. We have some of the choicest
land In the heart of the very best sec
tion of the Olovar Belt of Central Wis
consin. Low prices. Easy terms. Write
for boolflet and map. John 8. Owen
Lumber Co,, Owen, Clark County, Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farm. .$50 per a.,
Including pfd-up water rights. Henry
Levi & C. M. Rylande.r. 854 Omaha Nat'l.
Mother Earth and Its products are pay
ing larger profits than ever before. West
ern Nebraska, Kansas and eastern Colo,
rado are attracting land buyers. My lists
include tracts of ' 160 to -30,000 acres.
Prices $6 to $25 per acre. For a short
time I offer a ranch of 1,400 acres at
$12.50 per acre; $2.50 per acr cash, bal
ance $1 per acre a year at 6 per cefct
almost giving It away circumstances
compel It. Improvement consist of good
S-room house and outbuildings, sheds for
about 2,000 cattle; is all fenced and cross
fenced; watered by creek and spring; 200
seres in cultivation: 7,000 acre tillable;
good soli, let me show U to you.
W. G. TEMPLETON
. 511 Bee Bjd .;.(
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us it you
wint to keep It.
K. P. SNOWDEN A SON.
41S S. 15th. Douglas 371.
WANTED 20,000 acre of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land, Improved or unimproved. Ad
dreu Box Y 467. Omaha Bee.
WE have client who will pay cash for bar
gain In western land. Whit 4k Hoover,
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
FARM LAND FOR RENT
FOR RENT 6 acres, good, rich, cultivation
land; Its miles west of Omaha; no Im
provements, hut two mils from Millard
or Chalco; good roads; grain or csh. In
quire at ones. Orln S. Merrill, 1277 City
National Bank Bldg.
Horsct- Live Stock Vehicles
GOOD Sound young farm mares, f,00 lbs.,
will sell reaionbl If sold at one. SHil
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
"OLD TRUSTY" Incubators and brooders
shlpptd promptly. Big catalog free. M.
M. Johnson Co., Mfrs., Clay Center. Neb.
WHT SUFFER! I.atet and most Scientific
Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charle
Barnes, 613-22 Securities Bldg. Examina
tion and Consultation Free. lie Is reliev
ing thousands. WHT NOT TOU? Delays
are dangerous. If yon car't call, write.
Hours: 9 a. m, to a p. m 7;30 to 8:30
evenings. Sunday, jl a. m. to l o. m.
Rl'PTl'R E su ecessfu HT treaT'd w i t h ' t a
surgical operation. Cell o- write. D".
Frank H. Wray, 80R Bee Ellg.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Bualnes Men of Omaha.
Fl'RNlTURE, piano and notes as security.
$40, 6 mo., H. goods, total, $3.50.
Smaller, larger am is proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
433 Securities Bldg.. 18th. Farnam. Ty. 666.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
1 Of SMALLER LOANS. OT'
1 W. C FLATAO, EST. 1S92. '0
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TT. $50.
"""DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY "loans..
Lowest rate. Private loan booth. Harry
Malashock, 1614 Dodge. D. (619. Est. 1191.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WE want 100 mortgage on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quirk closing.
E. H. LOUCHE, INC..
63S-40 Keellho Bldg.
DIVIDENDS OF 5 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts . n aecount.
OMAHA LOAN A BLDG ASSOCIATION.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
PI FARM LOANS. C 1 M
2 PAUL PETERSON. " 'J O
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLPO.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortage loan.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST ' NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 271.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
- 6. 6H and 6 Per Cent.
J. H. DCMONT Co.. Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERO. 812 Bran-
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686.
fUA money rri cf
'2 HARRISON & MORTON, 2 ?
919 ,Omaha Nat, Bk. Bldg.
$100 to $fo,000 MADE promptly. F. O.
Wread, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam St.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloko Investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN & COMPANY. Dougls 4228.
FOR SALE $1,000 first farm mortgage; 7
per cent Seward Bro. Douglas $840.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Richard R. Evans and wife to Minnie
M. Brammann, Harney street, 178
fct east of Fifty-fourth street, ,
north side, 60x135 $1,090
George C. Flack to Albert P. Perault.
Saratoga street 140 feet west of
Twenty-eighth avenue, north aide,
State National iank.to George Bend.
Thirtieth street, 360 feet south of
Orover avenue, east side, 160x135 .. 980
Earker cdmpany to Rasmus Nielsen, '
southwest corner Forty-second and
Leavenworth street, 45.8x110.7 .... 650
Edward J. Wolf and wife to Josephine
Maifiei, Douglas street, 143 feet
east of Forty-eighth afreet, north
side, 48x128.5 4.7j0
Ircnaeus Shuler et al to Maggie E.
Callahan, Forty-second utrcet, 100
feet north of California street,
east side, 40x1231,4. (95
T. H. (Rollins and wife to Alfred I.
! Crelgh, Bedford avenue, Thirty
fourth stroet, west of Forty-fourth
avenue, north side, 35x120 1.868
Edward S. Peters and wife to Dennis
J. O'Leary, southwest coiner Thirty-first
and Bridge, street, irregular
Vera B. Stone and husband to Guy II.
Furness, Dodge street, 120 feet east
of Twenty-fourth street, south side,
Home Builders' Investment company
to Edith R. Fui'ness, Camden ave
nue, 200 feet east of Forty-sixth
street, north side, 40x128 265
Irenaus Shuler et al to Maggie E. Cal
lahan, Forty-second street, 100 feet
north of California street east aide,
Industrial Land company to Frank
Szoplnskl and wife, F street, 200
feet east of Thirty-fifth street,
Irregular appr., 116x200 41S
Ignac Zagozda and wife to Frank
Kraywnskl and wife, northeast per- ,
ner. Forty-second and J street,
Hilda Amelia Anderson and husband
to Paul Luther Ernst, Twenty
fourth street, 80 feet north of New
port street, east aide, 40x125 .... 4,000
J. B. Parrott to Joseph Kriegler
et al, Third street, 160 feet north
of Haskell street,. fast side, 60x11... 125
Charles W, Martin and wife to Nels
J. Sjolln, Ida street, 86 feet west
of Twenty-fifth avenue, north side,
M. L. Clark, sheriff, to Prudential
Savings and Loan association,
Twenty-seventh street, 300 feet north
of Ed Creighton avenue, west side,
John Batfon to Harry Turner, Thirty
eighth street 250 feet south of Redick
avenue, east sklo, 0xl20 190
Henry Schumacker and wife to John
Happe, south east corner Eighteenth
and Manderson street, 32x120 1,750
Hastings & Hoyden to Alexander
Crulckshank, Larinioro avenue, 120
feet west of Thirtieth street, north
sldo, 38.6x200 435
William Weabascak and wife to Lulu
R. Van lloosen, southwest corner
Tenth and Arbor street. 68x80 .... 4,800
. New York Produce.
New Tork, April 15. Butter Market
firm; receipts, 3,257 tubs; creamery, higher
than extras, 4u'446c; creamery, extras,
42 score), 45c; firsts, 42tt44i4c; packing
stock, current make, No. 2, 32 'i S' 33c.
Eggs Market firm; receipts, 30,771 cases;
fresh gathered, extras, 88 tic: fresh gath
ered, storage packed, firsts, 373Hr; same,
regular packed, extra firsts, 36Vi 37c;
firsts. 35 36c. 1
Cheese Market steady: receipts, 2. 639
boxes; state, held, specials, 24026V3C;
state, average run, 23 24 Vic.
Poultry Live, firm; old rooster, S7c;
young roosters and amooth legged chick
ens, 35c; turkeys, 85c. Dressnd, quiet;
chickens, 2744c; fowl, 2935c; turkeys,
New Tork, April 15. Metal exchange
quotes lead quiet; spot, $7.10 bid; spelter,
firm; East St. Louis delivery, spot, $7.00
At London: Spot coppers, 110; futures,
110; electrolytic, 126; spot, tin. 322; fu
tures, 332; lead, spot, 129 10s; futures, 28
10s; spelter, spot 164; futures, 50.
Minneapolis, April 15. Corn No. 3 yel
Oats No. 3, white, 87988c.
Fla xseed $4. 1 0 & 4 . 1 2 V .
M1 Barley $1.601,87.
Kansas VSly Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., April 15. Corn No 2
mixed, $1.21,6S; No. 2 white, $1.701.78;
No. 2 yellow. Il.6aei.68: .Alav. ll.27Kfl
1.27; July, $1.62.
Oat No. white, 7c; No. t mlied. 84c.
Kew York Cotton.
New Tork, April 15. Cotton futur-s open
ed firm Mav rtOfir. .Ttv 31117...
25,97c; icc$mber, 28,76c; ' Jaauma, 28.66c'
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Rim is Good and Mar
ket Rules Strong; Hogs Are
10 to 15 Cents
Omaha. April 15. 1918.
Receipts were: Cattl. Hogs. Sheep.
Fstlmat today 1 1.5i0 13.300 H, .'.on
Same day last week.. .7l 10.J7J 9, DM
Same day i wks. ago. .2.1 It, MO 10.941
Same day i wk. ago. 10.891 15,824 11,9
Same day year ago..29,4i (4,708 40,116
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
th Vnlon Stock yards. Omaha. Neb., for 24
hour ending at 8 p m. yesterday;
RECEIPTS- CARLOAD. ,
Csttl Hogs Sheep Mules
C M. & St P 2 13
.Missouri Paciilo .... 8
Fnlon Pacific 121 22 21 1
0. N, W., cast ... !.! I . l
t & N. W., west 1.14 126 1
(., St P.. M. & O. . 71 I.'. " . .
C, B. & q., east 2 4
C, B. & W, west ii SO )
C. R. I. & P., east. . 24
Illinois Central 11 1
Chicago Ot. West 13 t
Morris A Co. 1.15 2.09T r."4
Swift & Co 8,776 2.720 J UKI
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1.381 3,179 l,iS4
Armour Co 1 ,9S I 3.011 3.280
Schwartz & Co 841 ....
J. W. Murphy 974
Lincoln Packing Co.. 1 ....
Wilson Packing Co.. 566 .... ....
W. B. Vansant Co.... 84 .... ....
Bcnion, Vansant & L 26 ....
F. H. Lewis 667 ....
J. B. Root & Co 18
J. H. Bulla SI
Rosenstock Broo 259 .... '....
F. O. Kellogg 20
Werthelmer & Degen 170
Ellis & Co 15J
Sullivan Bro. 114
Rothschild A Kiebs.. 90
Mo. & Kan Calf Co.. 207 i
Huffman 26 ....
Glassberg 1 ... ....
Raker, Jones & Smith 12
Banner Bros 108 .... . ...
John Harvey 817 ....
Dennis & Francis.... 97
Jensen A Lungren.... 67 ....
Pat O'Day 86
Other buyer 1 617 696
Total 12,057 13.829 8,365
Cattle The week opened out with a
rather liberal run of cattlej 11,500 head, as
compared with 8.788 head on last Monday
and 8.396 head on the corresponding Mon
day hist year. Quality of the offering was
good as a rule and with an active demand
from both packers and shippers the mar
ket was lively and price steady to strong
all around. Some ot the more desirable
beeves selling at $16.00 16.26 looked 15iif
25c higher than last wek. Cow and heif
ers were at very good demand at steady to
strong prices and trading was active at
anything at all desirable In the wsy of
killing stock. Stocker. and feeder showed
no particular change, the good fleshy
grades ruling strong and common and me
dium slockers rather slow.
No. " Av. Pr.
202 feeders 1 20 16
23 feeders II 20 16
226 feeders 94 20 IS
208 feeders 5 20 15
Quotations on cattle: Beef aUers, good to
choice, $1S.26S16.06: fair to good, $14.00
15.00: common to fair, $11. B0(ff 13.76; cows
and heifers, good to choice heifers, $12.00
13.25; good to choice, $10,606 12.80; fair to
good cow. $.2610.60; common to fair
cows, $7.609.25; stocker and feeders,
prime feeders, $11. OOff 12.25; good to choice.
$10.0011.00; fair to good feeders. $8.60
9.50; common to fair, $7.008.25; good to
choice Blockers. $9.5011.00; stock heifera,
$8.0010.00; stock cow, $7.00)9.60; stock
calves, $8.5011.60; veal calve, $9.00018. 00;
bulls, slags, etc., $H.6012.00; good to choice
yearlings, $13.0015.40; fair to good year
lings, $11.0012.60; common to fair year
lings, $9.00 11.00.
Hogs On a rathor liberal supply of 13.800
hogs, tha markot opened with packers and
shippers bidding arounda 10c to 16a lower
than Saturday' average market and with
a fairly active sail for alt grade. Bulk
of the supply changed hands at a apread
of $17.0017.15. The quality of th supply
ran largely to light medium weight hoga
and the high price paid was $17.20 for ev
eral loads of this class. The market was
fairly active and shippers filled good orders
from the supply. Good heavy packing hogs
sold at a spread of $16,850)17.00 and light
hogs ranging In price from $17.00 to $17.20.
Sheep The run of sheep today 1 liberal
with the riuallty being equallyaa good as
any day last week with the variety Included
more varieties than wore received on tho
laltcr part of the week. The market pros
pects are steady with trading late n start
ing. The tendency of buyora were' to bid
lower, while the a1esmen were taking for
higher price. The first sale of the morn
ing consisted of 98 wool wether averaging
113 ayiund at $16.65.
Quotations on sheep:. Fair to goot lambs,
$20.2520.80; fair to choice, $15.2617.00;
fair to choice wothers, $14.6016.00; fair to
choice ewe $14.5016.20; feeder lambs,
118.00ft 19.50; aprlng lambs, $20.00 26.00,
4 Pt. l.otils Lire Stock.
St. Loufs. April 15. Cattle Receipts,
6,400; steady. Native steers, $9.7616.76i
yearling steers and heifers, 17.004$ 13.50 ;
rows, $.00ijjl2.00; stockers and feeders,
$7.6O12.0O; fslr to prime southern beef
steer. $9.0016.16; beef eowg nd heifer.
$6,0013.50; southern yearling ateera and
heifers, $7.60 10.00; native calves, $7.75 'j
Hogs Receipts, 11,900: steady. Lights,
$17.7017.90; plga, 1 4.60 rtj' 17.2ft ; mixed and
butchers, $17.50(17.80; good heavy, $17.10
17.50; bulk, $17.4017.8.
Sheep Recelpta, 600; steady. Lambs,
$20 25021.25; ewes. $1.0017.00; wethers.
$16. 5017. 00; canner and chopper, $6.60
Kanaa City IJve Btcrk.
Kansas City, Mo AprlJ 16. Cattle
Receipts, 12,000; higher. Prim fed teers,
$16.0016.60; dressed beef iteera, $13.76
15.50; western steers, $13.O016.40; cow.
$7.7513.60; heifers, $8.7614.00; itockers
and feeders, ' $8.50(313.25; bulls, $8.60
11.75; calves, $8.5013.60.
Hogs Receipt, 11,000; steady. Bulk,
$17.3517.65; heavy, $17.3517.65; packers
and butchers, $17.40fl7.65; light, $17.35
17.65; pigs. $l$.76ii'17.25.
Sheep Receipts, 4,500; higher. Lambs,
$20.00ii21.00; yearlings, $16.00 a 17. 50;
wethers, $15.50. 16.75; ewes, $16.0016.O.
Sioux City TJve Stock.
Sioux City, la., April 15. Cattle Re
celptH, 5,00f head; market steady; beef
sters, $12.O018.5O; fat cows and heifers,
$9.00f 14.00; canners, $7.268.50; stockers
and focders, $9.0012.00; calves. $8.00
13.00; bulls, stags, etc., $8.0011.50; feeding
cows and heifers, $7.5010.50.
Hogs Rocojpts, 8,000 head; market
steady; light, $17.05i17.15; mixed, $17.00
17.10; heavy, $10.9017.00; pigs, $16.00
18.00; bulk of sales, $17.0017.10.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 600 head;
Chicago IJve Stork.
Chicago, April 15j Cattle Recelpta,
25.000 head; markot, strong; native steers,
$I0.8016.26; stackers and feeders, $8.75
12.65; cows and nelfcrs, $7.5013.75; calves,
Hogs Recelpls, $5,000 head; market,
weak. 15c undor Saturday's average; bulk,
$12.40ff17.70; light, $17.25Sj17.86; mixed,
$17.1017.80; heavy, $16.2617.65; rough,
$1 6 2516.70; pigs, $13.00 17.00.
Sheep and Lamb Receipts, 12,000 head;
market, strong; eheep, $13.0017.86; lambs.
$16.6016 21.25, tho highest price on racora.
St. Joseph Mr Stork.
St Joseph, April 15. Cattle Receipts. S,
500 head; market strong; steers, $12.00
16.50; cows and heifer, $7 0015.60; calves,
Hogs Receipt, 11.000 head; market
lower; top, $17.45; bulk ot laics, $17.20
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 8,500 head;
market higher; lambs. $18.00021.00.
St. lul Grain,
St Louis, April 15. Corn No. ?. $1.65;
No. 2 white, $1.891.0; June, $1.50"4; July.
Oats No. 2, s6H086c; No. $ white, $9
89'c; May, 8514c; July. 75c.
620 Millions! Reported
In Liberty Loan Drive
Washington, April IS. Liberty
loan subscriptions tabulated today at
tlie treasury showed a total of $620,
947,550, which is $67,000,000 more than
was reported Saturday. This did not
include reports from the Minneapolis
district, which started its campaign
GRAIN AND PRODUCE!
Arrivals of Grain Heavy ; Small
Corn Business; Oats Un
changed, But Demand
Omaha, April 13, 1918.
Arrival of grain today were exceedingly
heavy and considerably more than wa ex.
peeled, totaling 402 cars, with 26 car cf
wheat. 26J car of corn, 108 car of oats,
4 car cf rye and 7 cars of barley.
Scarcely any business whatever was trans
acted lu th corn market up to noon, til at
tention being given to os,ts.
Osts wr unchanged to I4t lower, th
bulk selling off a rent or more. The de
mand for this cereal wsa unusually active
and all cf those offered were disposed ot
readily. No. 2 white sold at 5Htc and 86c
and standard oats at 66Vc and 8&4c
Tho inquiry tor both ry and barley con
tinued light No. 2 rye sold at $8.40 and
$2.44 nd No S rye at $2 40. One car of
No. 1 feed barley went at 1.$5.
Clearance were, wheat and flour equal
to 35, $00 bushels; corn, 14.000 bushela; oats,
I'rlmary wheat receipt were 847,000
bushels and sliliiment 173,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,327,000 bushels and
shipments ot 756,000 bushela last year.
I'rlmary porn receipt war 1,416,000 bush
ela and ahlp'ment 78$, 000 bushel, against
receipts nf 830,000 bushela and (hlpmenta
of 158. 000 bushela last year.
frlmary oat receipt ware 1.282.000 bush
els and shipments 1,134,000 bushel, against
receipts of 1,202,000 bushels and shipment
of 929.000 bunhela last year
St. Louis ...
. . 28
, . 17
These sslea were reported today;
Corn .No. 3 white: car. $1 76.
white: 2 car, $1 67: 1 car. $1.60. No.5 white
1 car, $1.46; 1 car, $1.J0; J-5 car, $1.46.
No. white: H car, $1.60. Sampl whit:
3-6 car, 60o; No. 2 yellow, 7 car, $1.60;
No. 3 yellow, 10 cars. $1.68; 8 cars, $1,67;
1 cae. $1.66. No. 4 yellow: 2 cr. $1.62;
1 car, $1.61; i car. $1.60; 1 car, $1.60; 3
cars. $1.48; 1 car, $1.47. No. 6 yellow: 1 car.
$1.6.1; 1 car, $1.45; 21 cars, $143; 1 car,
$1.40. No. 3 mixed; 1 car, $1.64; 2 cars,
$1.63. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, $148; 1 car,
$1.47; t cars, $1.46; No. 5 mixed: 1 rar,
$1.43; 1 ear. $1.43; 1 car. $1.42; 1 car, $1.39.
No, mixed: 1 car. $1.37; I car. $1.85;
1 car, $1.33. Sample mixed: I 2-5 cars,
$1.20; 1.-6 car, $1.00; J-6 rar, 0c: car, 60c.
Oat-i"No. 2 white: 3 car, 16c; I rra,
85Hc. No. 1 atandard: 1 car, 85'o; 2 cr,
85 Uc. No. 3 white 20 rara, 8$t,e; 10 cars.
s(c: 8 cars. 85c; S rara, 84Hc No, 4
white; 5 cars, 85c: I car, 844,c;
84tso; 2 cars, 84c. Sample white:
83t,c; 8 cars, 83ic; 8 cars, 83c.
mixed: 1 car, 8.1c.
Rye No. 2; 1 car,
$2 40. No. 3: H car,
Harley No. 1 feed
1 car. $1.15.
Wheal No. 3, northern aprlng: 1 car,
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. 3 white.
$1.75; No. 4 white. $1.60J1.7; No. 6 white.
$1.4601. $0; Jv'o. 6 white, $1.60; sampl
white, 60c; No. i yellow. $1.60; No. 3 y.
low, $1.661.69; No. 4 yellow, fl.4791.63i
No. 6 yellow, fl. 4001.58; No. t mixed,
fl.6201.64: No. 4 mixed, $1.4601.48; No. 5
mixed, $1.301.66; No. mixed, $1.321.37;
aample mixed, 60o$l.!0. Oats: No. 3
white, 86V4086c; standard, 8tl4085Ho; No.
4 white, 8485; sample, RSg3 Vfcc. Bar
ley: No. 1 feed. $1.65. Rye: No. 2. $2,400
2.45; Ifo. 3, $2.40.
Chicago closing price, furnished The Bee
by Logan It Bryan, tock and grain brokers,
in womn sixteenth atreet, Omaha
Art. Close. ifigh. Low, Closo. Isat'y.
Corn. , 1 )
May 1 57 1 27H Ut 1 17 H 127
July 160 V, 1 604 1 48 H 1 49 160'A
April 87t4 W 87t4 88 H 68
May 83 I4T4 83V 84 Mtt
May 47 82 48 06 47 $2 48 00 4T 85
May 25 67 25 70 26 65 IS 67 25 82
July 26 92 26 05 26 87 26 97 26 ti
May 24 05 24 12 23 97 4 10 24 06
July 24 45 24 60 24 46 24 67 24 62
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Increased Receipt Weaken Corn Prices;
Oat and Provisions Higher.
Chicago, April 15. Increased reretpta hti
much to do with weakness which today
characterised the corn market. Prlcea
closed unsettled at fl.27H for May and
$1.49 to $1.49 for July, with the market
a a'whole off to advanc. compared
with Saturday' finish. Oata gained
to 14 cent and provision 6 to 15 cent.
Notwithstanding rallies due to profit
taking by shorts, the corn market averaged
derldedly lower, the greater part of the
day. In addition to the liberal supplies
which crowded the sample table, country
advice of shipment appeared to Indicate
a' continued fro movement to terminal
markets. Tke fact that Toledo w (ending
more corn to Chicago attached eepaclal
notice, although It was aald th arrival her
enme from all the big shipping state, and
even Included quantltlo from Colorado
and Tennessee. Another bearish Influenc
was the 'favorable weathar which waa re
ported to have put the aoll generally In
Buying on the part of houssa that laat
week wore thought to havo m4i sales to
the government gave strength to oat. No
export bids were In evidence.
Provisions responded to announcement
that exports for the week were the largest
ever known. Rig supplies of hogs had only
a transient depressint Influence.
Jitw York General Market.
New York, April 16. Flour, quiet;
springs, $10.75011.76; winter, $10.86011.15;
Corn Spot weak; kiln dried number t
yellow, $1.75; number 4 yellow, $1.66; num
ber 3 whit, $2.10; c. t. f. Nw York prompt
Oat Spot barley, tedy; natural, fLOl
Ha Unsettled; number 1, nominal; num
ber 2, $1.4001-45; number 3, $1.0001.10;
hipping, 80095c. '
Hops Quiet; state medium to eholc
1917, 3440c; 1916, nominal; Paclflo coast
1917, 20 23c; 1916, 14016c
Hides Firm; Bogota, 38 0lc; Central
Leather Firm: hemlock aole overwelrhta
No. 1, 47c;' No. 2, 45c.
Provisions Pork, quiet; mess $63,000
64.00; family, $55.00; short clear, $4.nof
55.00. Lard, steady; mlddlewest, $26.05
Tallow Quiet; city special, loose, 17c.
Wool stesdy; domestic fleece XX Ohio
and Penn unwashed, 65C6c.
Rice Firm; fancy head '4c; blue rose
(of fee Market.
New York. April 16. The market for
coffee futures waa quiet but generally
steady on a little scattered covering; or
trade buying. No announcement ha yet
been made regarding future government
freight allotments. While th weekly report
from Brazil quoted rate on other tonnage
unchanged at $3.50 per bag the uncertain
ties of Importation are again being dis
cussed around th ring.
First prices were 2 to 3 polnla higher and
the market closed at a net advance of 3
to 5 point with July selling around 8.(4 and
December, 8.70. May, 8.4H; July, 8.64; Sep
tember, 8.62; October, 8.85; December, 8.71 ;
January, 8.77; March, 8.89.
Spot coffee quiet; Rio 7s, (c; Santo 4a,
11 Vie No fresh fnture wa reported In the
coat and freight situation, the disposition
being apparently to wait further ocean
The official cable reported no change In
the Rio market. Sanbo spots were 60 and
future unchanged to 25 re! lower. Brail!
Ian port receipt 23,000 bag.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Oa April 15. Turpentine, firm,
JS'.ic; aales, 76; receipts, 30; shipment, 10;
Rosin Firm; sales 308; receipt, 18; ship
ments, 101; stocks, 96.851.
Quote B D B K O H I, $5.35: K, $6.65;
M, $5.75; N, $6.30; WO. $8.70; WW, $.0.
New York, April 15. Cotton good and
yarn here today wer firm with trading
quieter. Dress good were quiet owing to
the restrictions placed on sale through
government need. Raw silk decidedly
easier, a break being reported In th Japan
Kansas City, April 15. Butter Creamery,
3914c; firsts, 38Vjc; seconds, 87c; packing,
Eggs Firsts, 32c.
Poultry Rooster, !0c; broilers, 26e.
Linseed $4.07 V4 4.1414 : to arrive,
$4.0714; May, $4.09 '4 bid; July, $4.0614;
October, $3.68, nominal. ,
New York Cotton.
New York. prll 15. The cotton market
closed unsettled at a net decline of u to
HEW YORK STOCKS-
Prices Advance as Trade
Quickens ; Steel Stimulated by
Dividend Promise ; Specula
tive Shares Score Gains. v"
New Tork. April 15 A perceptible quick
ening of trade mostly at material advances,
accompanied today's session ot the stock
market. Tha reassuring nature of foreign
advice waa a potent factor and domestic
happenings also served to stimulate tha
I broader demand.
! Chairman Uary'a reference to the futur
dividends at the annual meeting of the
I'nlteit States Steel corporation and his
statement outlining the corporation's r-hl,-bulldlng
activities gave Impetus to s'cil
common, that stock being reatored to 1 m ...
wonted, leadership at a net advance of twu','
The more extreme gains were made. how-,"-avsr,
by various apeculatlve shares, In which' i
a large short Intereat is believed to exist, .
Distillers added ih point to last week
steady gain, Industrial alcohol advanced
2i and J'etroleums, Raldwln Locomotive
Crucible Steel and International Papci
registered groaa gains of t to 4 points.
Rails were backward t th atart, but
Canadian Taclflc soon rose 2U points or
comparatively few tranaaetlona and coaler
responded to th March statement ot
anthraclt production at an advance of
Shippings and motor also were healtsn'
at the outset, but came forward with th
metal group In the active final hour, th
entire list then recording maximum quo
tation. Sale amounted to 815,000 ahares
exceeding by fully 33 per cent ny day oe
the last fortnight.
Conditlona In the bond market wr
slightly mixed, Liberty laue tending
towrd flrmneaa, the foreign group ahowln
Irregularity on smaller dealtnga. Totai
sales (par value) aggregated $4,860,000
United State coupon 2 ros H per cent
on sales. Registered 8 losing H on call.
Number of isles and quotation on lead
ing stocks: Sale. High. Low, Closing
Am. Beet Sugar. .
American Can 3.700 42 l 4 41T,
Am. Car & P'ndry 4.600 7H 77k 781
Am. Locomotive... 2,000 62V 1!4 62'
Am. Smelt. Ref.. 3,800 77H 7 "Vi
Am, Sugar Ref 300 101 '4 101 H 101
Am, Tel. ft Tel.... 1,800 101? 10014 1"!
Am. Z L. and S
Anaconda Copper... 7,600 6614 64 66 "4
Atchison 200 83 82'4 "81
A O A V I S S 1, 2.300 1104 10814 "O'l
Baltimore A Ohio 62
B. and S. Copper.. 14
C4. Petroleum.... 1,800 1814 18
Canadian Pacific. 1,300 13814 13714 138
Central Leather .. 3,300 67 65 7
Chea. & Ohio 300 64 6414 66
C, M. at 8. P 200 39 38
C. & N. W (I
C R. I. & P. ctfa.. 700 114 1 1'
Chino Copper 41
Colo, Fuel & Iron S
Corn Product! Ref. 6.800 364 3684 3(1 S
Crucible Steel 2,300 63 l 62
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 2,200 28 27H 28V
Planner's Sec 49,600 49 4684 48
Erie 600 14 14 14 144
General Kleotrlo .. 600 134 139V, 139a.
General Motors .. 4,700 118 11 118H
Ot Northern pfd.. 300 814 84 884
tit. N. Ore ct( ... 1.000 27 V4 tK I7V
Illinois Central (5
Inspiration Copper 6,100 47 4614 47H
Int. M. M. ptd t3
Int. Nickel 500 28 27 27
Int. Paper (,100 33V4 30V 33
K C. Southern 6'l
Kennecott Copper.. 1,400 32 3114 32 V
Louisville ft Nash 112
Maxwell Motor 26
Mex. Petroleum... 8.900 4 12 4V
Miami Copper , 84
Missouri Pacific 20'
Nevada Copper.... 200 18 18 18'
N. Y. Central
900 69 '4 68 V4
600 28 '4 28
N1. T., N. H. AH...
Norfolk ft Western.
Northern Pacific... I 400 83
3114 3014 81 la
Pennsylvania 1,400 44 44
Ray Con. Copper.
63 4 ,
79 V .. .
38 1. .
600 2414 24
Reading 11,500 , 80 79 4
Rep. Iron ft Steel.. 2,100 79 .7814
700 83 82 "4
600 21 21
Southern Railway, .
Studebaker Corp,.. . 8.800 3 ' 37
Texa Co 2.200 14614 143 146
Union Pacific 119
V. S. Ind. Alcohol 6,000 134 122 124 '4
V. S. Steel 63.700 91 89 1 a
U. 8. Steel pfd 800 109 109 10
Utah Copper 1,600 78 76 7$
Wahash pfd. "B". . 800 22 2214 22 -
Western Vnlon 600 5 94 ' 5't J'
Westlnghouse Elee. 600 40 40 40.
Total sales for the day 215,000 aharea.
New York Money.
New Tork, April 15, Prim Mercntll
Paper Four nd six months, 6 per cent, V
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day bill,"
$4.7214; commercial sixty-day bills on
bank, $4.72; commercial sixty-day bill,? .t
$4.71; demand, $4.75: cables, $4.7145.
Silver Bar. 45c; Mexican dollar. 7$e. V
Bonds Government, firm; railroad, !!
Time Loans Easy; sixty days, ninety day! . '
and six months, 56 per cent. -"; s
Call Money Firm; high, 4 per cent; low, ,
214 Pr cent; ruling rate, 4 per oent; cloa. ,,
Ing bid, 2 per cent; offered at 3 per cent;.
laat loin, 3 per cent. .
II. 8. 2. reg.. 7 'a.!. 1st 414s 6'..-t-.-
U.S. 2s. coupon. 7 !. C. tef.4 78'
U. H. 3s, reg... 99 Int. M. M. 6s... 1
II, S. 8s. coupon 99 K. C. S. ref, $1.. 76
U. H. Lib. 3s 98.I8L. ft. R un. 4a.. f.1'"
U. f4. 4s, reg... 105 M K ft T lat 4 60
U; 8. 4s, coupon 106 M. Pac. gen. 4a.. 67
Am. For. See. 6 95 'Mont. Power 6 88 '
Am. T. ft T. 0. 6s 92 N. Y. Cen. d. 6 3'4
Anglp-French 6s Northern Pac. 4 7
Arm. ft Co. 4 83 Northern Pac. 3a 67
Atchison gen. 4s JIHO. S. L, ref. 4s.. 82: '
B. ft O. cv. 4 78 4 Pe. T. ft T. 6 0 .
B. Steel ref. 6 81 Penn. con. 4 6
Cen. Leather 6 96 Penn. gen. 4. t
Cen. Paclflo lt 78 Reading gen. 4 81'
C. ft O. cv. 5s.. 79 8 L A 8 F a 6 62
C, B. ft Q. j. 4 92 S. P. cv. 6.... t '
C M ft 8 Pe4 93 Southern By 6 !
C R I & P r. 4 64T. ft P. lat.. 86
C. ft 8. ref. 44 70 Union Paelfio 4.. 88 ,v
D, ft R. O. r. 61 4 U. 8. Rubber 6.. 78
D. of C. 6a C31) 90 U. 8. Steel 6.. 92 ..:
Krle gen. 4a..., 63 Wabah lt.... 214
Gen. Electrlo 6 94 French f'v't 6 J
London, April 16. Silver Bar, 47d per
Money 4 per ent.
Discount Ratea Short and three month' -bills,
f 9-16 per cent. '
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruit.
New York, April 16. Evaporated apple,
dull; California?, 14016c; stats, 1601t
Prunea More here; California, 7f
P4c; Oregon. 12014c.
Apricots Steady; choice, 17ej eitm
choice, 18c: frncy, 19020c.
Peaches Firm; standard, ll911e;
choice, 12 014c; fancy, 13 014c.
Raisins Finn; loose muscatels. t0
9r; choice to fancy eeded, 10OUej
seedless, SHO'c; London lyer, $3.00.
Choice upland prairie hay, $18.00. No. 1,
$16.00017.60. No. 2, fl2.00fl6.00. No. 3.
$9.00010 00. No. 1 midland, $18.00017.00.
No. 2, $12.00015.00. No. 1 lowland, $12.00
13.00. No. 2. $3.0010.00. No. 3. t7.00O8.00.
Choice alfalfa. $21.00. No. 1, $18.00019 00.
Standard. $13.00017.00. No. J, $10.00 0 12.00.
No. 3, $9.00010.00. Oat itraw, $8.00. Wheat
New Tork Sugar.
New York, April 15. Sugar Raw, steady
centrifugal (.005c; molasses sugar, nominal;
refined, steady; cut loaf. 8.95c; crushed.
8.70c; mould A. 7.95c; cube, 8.20c; XXXX
powdered, 7.65c; powdered, 7.60c; fine gran
ulated and diamond A, 7.45c; confectioner
A. 7.36c; No. 1, 7.30c.
20 ; Premium Paid
for Liberty Bonds
With a "view to helping; to do out1
"Bit" for our country, OUR HOMES
and individuals, we will until the
Third Liberty Loan it ovrubcribed
pay a premium of 20 on Liberty .
Bonds where the proceeds are ap i
plied upon indebtedness due us upon .
our regular and minimum charges for
the treatment of either Drink, Drug '
or Tobacco users. We invite the co
operation of all interested in helping
themselves, relatives, valued em
ployes, neighbors or friends.
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for free book with full information ;
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