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. THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, .APRIL ,20, 1918.
HELP WANTED MALE
V'ANTikO--VWo janitor at 130 a month;
cook (or hospital at 160, assistant cook
57.60. Board, lodging and washing in-
I eluded. Give age, color and references
tn (Irst letter. State Tuberculosis Hoi
Pttal, Kearney. Neb.
IV ANTED A yard man, white. must be
h able to milk cows and take care ot car-
den; wagea 140 per month and room and
board; middle aged man preferred. Only
willinr worker need apply. F. O. Box N.
Bonesteel, 9. D.
WANTED Fifty men for sewer work.
Wages It cent per hour. Apply is tscoit
street, E. A. Wlckham Co.. Council
FREE JOB No office tee. Apply at 32-tt
S. 10th St. '
rOUNQ man wanted. 111 per week. COCA
COLA BOTTLING CO., 1421 N. 18th 8t.
JANITOR, married man, for apt. Ty. 181! J.
Male and Female.
GIRLS, Boys and Men
can obtain steady eni
, " ployment and good
Fifteenth and Leaven
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Men, women,
i government war poiltiona, 1100 month.
.' Write for Hat. Franklin Institute. Dept
! 833 D. Rochester. N. T.
fTANTED Men, ladies and boys, learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or writ
140J Dodge St. Trl-City Barber College.
Phone D. 8147. .
HOLER Barber . College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade. Call
or write for free catalogue, 110 S. 14th
St.. Omaha. Neb.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
BOOKKEEPER, $100r Bookkeeper, IS6 to
f 90; Ledger Clerk, $80; Stenographer, $90;
Stenographer, small office, 175; Stenog
rapher. 865: Bookkeeper and Steno., 885;
Ass't Cashier and Typist, 865; Typist, 150;
Kile Clerk, 135 to $40; Compt. Opr., 860.
WATT3 REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat. Bank.
"ioOKKEEPER and stenographer, 876-886.
Three experienced stenographers, $65-875.
Office girl. Doctor's office, $;lo-$40.
THE MARTI SEKVlCfc,
SI 5-16 W. O. W. Bldg,
STENO. AND BKPR., bank, out city..$100
STENO. AND BKPR $80
6 OFFICE GIRLS '. .$30$40
THE CANO AGENCY, 600 BEBBLDO.
WANTED Filing girls, experience not
necessary. Apply Bradstreet Co., Ne-
-. braska National Bank Bldg., 12th and
WANTED Lady bookkeeper and stenog
rapher; must be competent; Doara ana
room! furnished; good salary. Box 6019,
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper, $76, bd.
and rm.; Bteno. and clerk, $76-$90; Steno.,
$75. Co-Operative Ref. Co.. 1015 City Nat.
V ANTED A GOOD EXPERIENCED
STENOGRAPHER. APPLY CARPEN
TER PAPER COMPANY.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER $66
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N,
STENOGRAPHER, stock exchange, $76.
WESTERN REFERENCE BOND ASS'N.
Professions and Trades.
offers an exceptional opportunity
,to several bright, well educated
young ladies between ages of 17
and 23 to learn LONG DIS
TANCE TELEPHONE WORK.
This consists of establishment of
telephone connections between
Omaha and distant points, such as
Chicago, New York, Washington,
D. C, New Orleans, La.; Denver,
Colo., and San Francisco, Cal. It
is interesting work, the surround
ings are congenial, a liberal salary
is paid while learning and ad
vancement is rapid. There is an
attractive future for those of abili
ty. Apply to MISS CARLSON.
656 BRANDEIS THEATER
WANTED Young ladies to
learn telephone operating.
Good wages paid while
learning, rapid advance
ment, permanent positions.
Apply to C F. LAMBERT,
1807 Douglas St.
GIRL! GIRLS! I
Wanted Twenty-five firls to work In pack
ing department; $1 per week to start.
""NylTEN BISCUIT CO.,
l!th snd Capitol Ave.
" 1KlTt?l. WANTF.n
&;-'wf ITCTT.P WTTsI THF, WAR
i Lanvas worK. rower macmnes.
Experience not necessary.
I. 1-. t? 1-J.. Tl.:- l?1n
Scott-Omaha Tent & Awp
h, ' ing Co.,
4501 HOWARD ST.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY
- ER. APPLY 1908 HARNEY ST.
FEMALE, HELP WANTED Experienced
custom shirt. maker; steady work and good
V pay. Nelsen Shirt Co.. Lincoln, Neo.
dressmakers wanted. Ty
WANTED A lady masseuse at the LaBelle
- Bath Institute, 1506 Harney. Doug. 7U4B.
rwO LADIES to learn halrdresslng.
Madame Wilson. 1510. Douglas St, "
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Whits girl for general house
work in six-room modern, Dundee borne;
fam.ly ot three; no general washing!
wages satisfactory; a good home for the
right girl; references necessary Call
WANTED A colored or white girl for gen
eral housework; small house, smal fam
ily; good wagea; good home to the right
party. Call Harney 2825 or cal) at 133$
So. 36th St.
il'LENDID opportunity for a widow or no
attached young woman wishing a pleas
ant, permanent home and good wages,
to assist tn general housework for small
family. Inquire Harney 1421.
TO THE GIRL who desires to work In a
horns where good treatment is extended
and. wages fairly food, will do well by
calllnir Harney .4286 or Harney 2268.
J A I tot heusiswork. $7 per week, room
sad board. 270$ Leavenworth. Harney 6012.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
-. Houiehold and Domestic
WANTED Middle aged housekeeper by
young widower on farm; references re
quired. WrRe O. S. Hatfield. Ashland.
MIDDLE-AGED woman to take care flat;
room, board and good wages to the right
party. Mrs Miller, 1580 Harney St.'
MIDDLEAOED woman who wants i good
home and good wages; ons who ltkesl chil
dren. Colfax 4068. . .
WANTED Competent second Ctrl; city
references required. Mrs. Frank T.
Hamilton, J10 8. 33d Ave.
AN experienced white girl for general
housework; small family and good wage.
Mrs. J. A. Spence. Telephone Walnut 1487.
WANTED An experienced white girl for
general housework. Mrs. Ralph Peters, 514
S. 40th. Harney 505.
GIRL for general house work; reference
reoulred: 18 per week. Mrs.. F. F. Cald
well, 3611 Harney St. Harney t$90
WANTED Dining room glrla at County
Hospital, 125.00, room board and washing.
Tel. Harney 853. .
WANTED A cook and second glrla to go
west for Wyoming. Inquire Harney 081
WANTED White woman to do plain cook
ing at Creche, 1235 So. 7th St. Call
WHITE girl for general housewbrk, two in
family. Harney 4355.
HOUSEKEEPER wanted on farm at once.
Small family; particulars In reply. Ad
dress M. E. Dalton, Sumner, Neb.
WANTED Competent white laundress for
Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Adolph Stora.
WANTED A second maid with references,
two In family. Apply Mrs. Edward Hay
den, 2016 Cass St.
WHITE girl to saslst with ths housework;
small family. 6008 Capitol Ave. Walnut
WANTED A good cook with references.
Mrs. Adolph Stora. Walnut 960.
WANTED A nurse maid 16 or 16. reference
required, 143 S. 41st. Harney 5726.
NEAT white girl
1304 8. 35th St.
for general housework.
MAID for general housework and good
plain cooking No washing. Harney 1443.
Hotels and Restaurants.
A YOUNG lady for -valtress In restaurant.
Apply at 150 Dodge St.
WANTED Ladles to learn barber trade,
'Special rates am Inducements.
TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE.
1402 Douglas St.
GOOP PAY, SHORT HOURS, EX
CHANGE RESTAURANT, UNION STOCK
YARDS, SOUTH OMAHA. PHONE
Every day Is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy. typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil Bervlce all-commercial
and English branches. Catalogue free.
Douglas 1665. 18th snd Harney Sts.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
120 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
If you fall to find the room you
desire among these ads call at The
Bee office for a Room List. Gives
complete description of vacant rooms In
all parts of the city. New lists Issued
LARGE front room, also smaller room.
Private home; board near. 61b fark ave
nue, Harney 6614.
TWO very neatly furnished rooms, desira
ble location; very reasonable. 607 s. jotn
Ave. Red 6389.
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine. 608 North 17tH St. Reason
NICELY FURNISHED room one block from
car line, 22d and Plnkney atreets. Phone
LARGE, sunny, furnished room in modern
home, Hanscom Park district. Harney
MODERN, nicely furnished rooms, beauti
ful location; no children. Harney 6564.
LOVELY fr,pnt room in private home. 106
Park Ave. Harney etui.
NEWLY decorated, pleasant, completely
furnished rooms. Four on ground floor for
family or club of glrlB. Suites of two or
three for light housekeeping. Single
sleeping rooms. Walking distance. 1580
LARGE room with alcove, also one large
room on second floor wltn privileges oi
dining room, kitchen and laundry. 1801
Blnney street. Webster .389.
HANSCOM Park District, large front room
with kitchenette; strictly modern borne, on
car line. Harney 136J.
TWO large rooms, kitchenette, private bath,
large sleeping porch; use of laundry, call
Colfax 70 or 1399.
LARGE, nicely furnished three-room suit;
also garage; no children. 302 6 Davenport,
641 SOUTH 27TH, two large front rooms on
first floor; private family; two adults.
lot B. 34TH Light housekeeping rooms on
first floor, all modern. Red 68.6.
JiODERN, nicely furnished rooms; beautl-
IUI location; no cnnuren. nriicy .ubi.
FOR RENT Three-rooms and bath, all mod
ern: also garage. -70 N, 4&tn avs.
ONE, two or three light housekeeping rooms;
bath floor, 3678 Harney.
Board and Room.
30$ 8. 3D. THE BRANSFORD HOTEL
Is a new and modern fireproof building,
home surroundings, for refined people;
select neighborhood; excellent service.
IN new home for two gentlemen, with break
fast and dinner; home cooking, and priv
ileges: $6.60 each per week, ill 8. 32d
Ave. Harney 1616.
FURNISHED room In modern home, board
optional. Red 6886.
WANTED TO RENT By an old couple, t
to 4 unfurnished rooms; state price. Box
6120, Omaha Bee.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
HYLAND APTS., 18th and Nicholas Sts.; 2
and 3-room apartments completely fur
nished, hot water, $4.60 to $7.60 per week.
FOR RENT HOUSES
MODERN 10-room brick house, west of
high school. 2601 Capitol Avenue, Tel
4 LARGE rooms with bath, second floor, $10.
Also barn. 2639 Seward St. Tel Red 682.
$22.60 FOR 6-room modern house. 1809 Loth
rop St. .
6 ROOM Cottage, 2470 South 18th St
$12.60 monthly. H. W. Binder, Douglas
SEVEN rooms, modern, good repair, garage.
830 South 29th street.
023 GRACE ST., 8-r., mod. house, $.0.
lilt Corby St, 6-r., pt. mod. house, $17.60.
1121 Leavenworth, flat (2d floor), 6 rooms,
part modern, $17.60.
ALFRED C. KENNEDT CO.,
205 S. 18th St, J Douglas 722.
611 N. 19th St., I rms., all mod.. $32. 50
2212 Mason St., 8 rms., all mod. ..4 31.00
408 N. 26th St., 5 rrrrs.. part mod. 18.50
BIRKETT & COMPANY,
250 Bee Bldg. Douglas 63S.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler T2l. :
, IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS & CO., BEK BLTXI.
GARDEN, 4128 North 38, & rms.,
208 South 41, modem 7 rooms,
Harney. 2263 or Douglas' 654.
124 N. 24TH-8TT2T "mod.T$40. ' '
F. D WE AD, 310 S 18th St. D
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
MON TERETE Apartments, 146 N. $4.h St.
6 rooms, $65,00.
-i ( rooms, $35.00.
KLOKE INVESTMENT CO.
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers during summer; best location, 14th
and Farnam. Prices reasonable. Call D.
FOR RENT Modern 8-rooni house In de
sirable neighborhood near a public park,
and on good car line. Phone Harney 3414.
5l N. 35TH Duplex flat, 7 rms., $13.50.
Tyler 153$. 333 Securities Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL, strictly modern, four and
flva room apartments. Sethlow Ter
race. 16th and Tate. Webster 131 and
2703 Manderaon Four-room modern
ment. First floor. Colfax 129.
7-ROOM flat for rent, all modern except
heat. Call Douglas 1198.
(-ROOM apartment; strictly modern; jani
tor service; desirable location. Doug. 6391.
Miscel lan eous
PETERS TRUST CO.
BnerlaHsta tn Annrmiwit management
WANTED TO RENT
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED TO RENT Furnished house for
summer. Give locstlon and price. Two
in family. Box 6061. Bee.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
WAREHOUSE SPACE .
19,000 iq. ft. of floor space tn the
American Hand-Sewed Shoe Co.'s Bldg.,
N. W. corner 12th and Harney Sts. Hy
draulic elevator, steam heat and sprlnk
GEORGE & COMPANY,
FOR RENT -One entire floor In the Brom
ley building, about 60x80 ft.; steam heat,
water, elevator: also some good rooms.
Cheap rent. I. N. HAMMOND, Agent, 110
S. 13th St.
Modern store, 16th St., near P. 0 low
rent. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room
OFFICES should be chosen with care. The
Bee Building satisfies careful tenants.
Keystone Investment Co. Tyler 191.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments Also for storage, moving,
liith and Jackson Sts.
J. C. REED
Express Co., Moving,
Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2748. Doug. 6146.
METROPOLITAN VAN & STORAGE Co"
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St between
16th and 16th. Phone Tyler 1400. 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. lth. Douglas 4163.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
TO SETTLE AN ESTATE I
28th and California Sts. This Is a
well constructed 8-room modern house,
finished In quarter-sawed oak fits:
floor and quater-sawed pine second. Hhk
f ur large bedrooms and bath; also fin
ished room In attic; lot 60x160 cet ,
enrage. Encumbrance $4,100 In Con
servative, balance cash. A good buy
near Crelghton College.
GEORGE & CO. Doug. 756.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
$500 Cash $40 a Month.
6 rooms and sleeping porch. This Is
a fine 2-story home, strictly modern;
Rood hot air furnace, 3 rooms on first
floor, 3 bedrooms, bath and Bleeping
porch on second floor; fine, big corner
lot facing cast and south; Just 2 blocks
from car line and school. Price $4,600.
HASTINGS & liEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60.
A 9-ronm houset In excellent repair, with
5 bedrooms; located near 29th and Harney
Sts. Lot 76x140, with garage; lot alone
Is worth $4,000. This is a bargain price,
reduced for quick sale. Terms if needed.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 918-20 City National.
NEW DUNDEE OAK BUNGALOW 6
rooms on one floor; bookcases, colonnades,
sun room; $3,880; only $360 cash, $36 mo.
Call days Dong. 3140.
PLANT your grape vines III
On one-third acre tracts.
WEST FARNAM 6-room bungalow, all
modern, lot 60x128, fit.a shads trees. Pries
$8,600. C. A. Grlmmet. Phone D. 1(16.
Miller Park Bungalow
$500 Down and $35 a Month
Five-room, strictly modern bungalow,
located near 25th and Hartman; oak fin
is, and oak floors In living room and din
ing room; colonnade openings; built-in fea
tures In the kitchen, two large bedrooms
and bath; full basement, furnace heat,
large corner lot. Price of this property
for quick sale, $3,600.
637 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 1 D. 1781.
6-Room Bungalow 2 Lots
3196 Larimore Ave., $4,000
Fruit and Chicken House.
This Is, a fine little (homelike) place,
strictly modorn, having good hot air
furnace in centented basement; 6 nice
rooms and bath on first floor, one
room finished upstairs. Fireplace in
living room. Two nice south front lots
on paved street. Fine shade trees and
about I different kinds ot bearing fruit
trees. Berries of all kinds also grape
vines, rose hushes. The place has a
garage, chicken house and a couple ot
brooders. This place is certainly worth
your consideration. Call Tyler 50 and
ask for Mr. Clark.
HASTINGS & HEYDEy, 1614 Harney St.
Modern House Two Lots
Near Fontenelle Park
New. 6-room modern home and 2 lefts,
on 45th St., facing Fontenelle Park. Oak
finish 1st floor, bard pins 2d floor; house
newly decorstsd, 2 large lots, geod gar
age, some fruit, 4 blocks to car line.
Owner Is leaving city and has cut price
to $3,600 on terms of $360 cash and $30
per month. t
j. L. HIATT COMPANY
QflA FIRST NATIONAL
ivU BANK BLDG.
4 ROOMS 2 LOTS
Have a four-room house In good repair,
which I will sell on easy payments. Has
city water and electric lights. , Phone
OWNER will sell his 7-room house at 2618
Bristol St. for $2,400. Terms If desired.
VVebstsr 4130. ' ,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
TO HQME SEEKERS
w have a choice personally selected list
ot cottagaa, bungalows and houses in
the north part of the city for sale. Free
sto service to bona fide homeseekers
with $300 or more tn cash. Mitchell In
" vestment Co.. !4!h and Ames. Culfax 217.
HOUSE AND GARAGE, $3,500.
Square style, f rooms and bath, all
modem, nice garage, large lot. raving
paid, near 16th and Evant Sts.; $850 cash,
TEBBENS, THE REALTOR.
605 Omaha Nat. Bk.j Phone DmJ
Uncle Sam says raise them
Why not tn
KOUNTZE PLACE Modern -roora house,
full basement, large lot. close to car. Price
' $3.S6 Norrla ft Norrls. D. 4170
SUNNS LU8A homes and lots offer the
beat opportunity to Invest' your money.
Phone Tylsr 1T
PLANT WAR GARDENS
GOOD BUY TERMS
T rooms, electric lights, gas in kitchen,
full basement, city water, sewer, per
mansnt sidewalks, fruit trees and flna
large yard for garden and chickens, site
76x131. Price $8,100. Ons block to car
BIRKETT & COMPANY,
150 Bee Bldg. Douglas 633.
$100 Cash $17 Per Month
Very well airansed, will built cotlaRe.
Uood cement basement. Near Harney line
A. E. BURR, D. 2926
New, 6-room stucco: oak finish; ulesly
decorated; fin location ; near car line.
Price, $4,000, Terms, $600 cssh, balance
BENSON ft CAR MICHAEL.
642 Paxton Rlk.
Olti'W westward with
Which adjoins KI.MWOOD PARK. Have
a garden and some chickens.
TWO KOUSESU-Seven rooms each, lot 60x
150 ft. J hot water heat. 'One house, eight
rooms snd garage, lot 44x171 ft.; hot air
heat. Inquire 321 N. 37th St.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO..
Real Estats and Insurance.
Ill Fsrnam St Q"Ug 1064
REM ESTATE B'nets Pr'pty
HOOVERIZK by buying In
Ttrlng your dollar. It starts you.
WE VIS buy your horns or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
Electric Bldg. Tyler 86.
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. P. TUKEY and SON.
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAOUE INVESTMENT CO.,
Income, Business snd Trackage Specialist.
16th and Dodge Htr Douglas 416 .
REAL ESTATE Investment
REAL estate. Investments, house and iota.
WORLD REALTY COMPANY, Realtors.
Douglas 5342. Sun Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE-To Exchange
8 ACRES Keystone Park, fine Improve
ments, will take cottage part pay. All
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.
913-14 City Nat. Doug. 2819
HuOD Omaha residence property to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
- Neb, fsrm. Mr. Pease, ill Bran. Th. Bltlg
CLEAR 160-A. unimproved Jones Co., S. D.,
for clesr modern house. 8eward Bros.. 678
Brandels Bldg. Douglas 840.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$1 DOWN, $1 A WEEK.
TAYNE & SLATER CO.
$1 DOWN, $1 PER WEEK.
START YOUR WAR GARDENS IN
HOOVER says "Food Will Win the War."
Start gardnnlng In
Lots $1 Down, $1 Tor Week.
DAYLIGHT saving gives you plenty of time
to work In your gardens.
KOiiSJ tiOn ppr dozen. Kafse your chickena In
Start today, tomorrow may be ton lata.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
POTATOES at $2 per bushel. Lots where you
can raise them, only $1 down, $1 per week.
WB Plow Your Oasden Free If you buv In
ON EASY TERMS
$750 cash and $27.50 per month
plus 6 per cent Interest on straight
$3,000 loan, buys a good 2-story, 7-room
modern house finished tn oak and
French gray enamel, with 7-8-lnch oak
floors throughout, having garage. 1 Lo
cated on corner lot 50x135 feet. House
almost new and in good condition.
Price $5,500. Immediate possession,
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
New, 8-room, modern, up-to-date brick
veneer and stiicco house, with birch ma
hogany woodwork In first story, white
enamel In second; oak floors upstairs
snd down; full cemented basement; hot
water heat with Rudd automatic water
heater; porcelain laundry tubs; 2 full lots
ang garage for four cars. This house has
a beautiful sun room, finished in white
enamel, and a child's bedroom, suitable
for a sleeping porch. It overlooks Fair
acres and Elmwood Park. Price $13,000;
easy terms; $3,000 cash will handle this.
J. H. DUMONT ft CO,
416-1 Keellne Bldg. ' Doug. 480.
Nearly new 6 room, all modern bunga
low, only two blocks from Dundee ct.
Oak finish In two rooms Full lot (larsga.
Price $4,600. Terms.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 297 212 S. 17th.
HIGH and sightly Dundee lots, $876 to
$1,160. Easy terms, loans arranged far
building purposes. Phone D. 6074. Shuler
ft Car Realtors
CHOICE lake front, Carter Lake Club,
rooms and bath, Web. 6118.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, 6 Rio., H. goods, total, $3.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts proportionals rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
432 Securities Bldg., 16th. Farnam. Ty. 666.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
1C SMALLER LOANS. O Of
JO W. C FLATAU. EST. 1811. 10
. 6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TT. 60.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS..
Lowest rstes. Private loan booths. Harry
Ualashotk. lilt Dodge, D. 661$. ft. 1891.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Receipts Are Light;
for Corn Active ;
Omaha. April 19. 191$.
Light receipts were In evidence teriay, ar
rivals including S cars of wheat, S8 oar of
corn and 19 cars of oals.
Karly sales of corn were unchanged to
la higher, while later on somo established
a gain of 5c ami t
Oats fulled to display the strength shown
in corn and declined 'hC and lc. ths bulk
selling off full cent
Rye was tedy ami lrley lc and Sc
higher. No. 2 no sold at $3.43. while the
No. t grads of barley sold at M.43 and
Clearances wen-: Wheat and flour, squal
to 15,000 bushel-: wits, l.S.000 bushels. 4
Prlmiiry wheat receipts were .21.000 tmsh
els and uhlpmci N r.o.ooo bushels, acalnst
receipts of 711 .o.i ' c.-hels and shipments of
"7S.0c0 bushels I ,-ur.
Primary corn r.- l ts were 1 064.000 hush
els and shipments 34P.OOO bushel, aialnM
receipts of 6:4.000 bushols and shipments of
491.0iio bushels last year. j
Primary oats receipts were l.l.S.OOO bush
els and shipments 1.019.000 bushels,agaltist
receipts of 7.14.000 bushel ami shipments of
1,039.000 bushels lsit year.
Chlcaso . . . .
. . 12ft
. . 8
. . 3
These sales wers reported todny;
Corn No. 8 white: 4 OBra, $1.6!l;
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCK Kt RANCH OK
Widow has 6 rive-room nouses, one t-.i
room, modern house, one l-rooin modern',
house suit 2 modern store bulldlmis: sll I
well rented, on paved streets, close to
car lints lii Omahal ! 120.000 first
mortgage; prices r right snd property
In first ciiiss cosdltlon.
S. S. it R. K. MONTGOMERY.
213 City National Hunk llulldlng.
VVE IIAVE scvcrsI good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$.100 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 496. J01 Om. Nat, Hank Bldg.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MUtiV!Ht!,U
100 Brandet ThealerBldif. Thone P.
MKET na7F.D7wers Office. '
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
FOR "SALEIN lll.KNWf OD, IOWA.
7-room house, almost now. modern ex
cept heat; Urge porches, fins well and
cistern, good barn, garden spot, paved
street, four blocks from business renter.
In deslrahle neighborhood; 1 hour's ride
from Omaha. Price $3,200, on easy terms,
or would consider lsnd trade. Write
Owner, Box 6137, Omaha Boe.
RealEstate, Loans and Mortgages.
VE want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE, INC,
638-40 Keellne Bldg.
D I vTDE N iTs-OF 6 i'ER CUNT OR MORli!
On dollar starts n account.
OMAHA LOAN A BI.DO ASSOCIATION.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
VV. H. Thomas & Son. Keeline Bldg.
PAUL PETERSON. O '.' i
BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
H. W. HINDER.
Money on hand for mortgsgs losns
City National Bank BldgL
OMAHA HOMES EAST NKB. FARMS
O'KEKFK REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. liank Bldg. Doug. 2716.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, 5 4 and 6 1'er Cent.
J. H. DUMONT Co.. Keellne Bldg.
LovThATES C.i. CAUI.BERG, 813 Bran
dels Theater Bid. D. 686.
ci v mi in my ri ('
"72 "HARRISON & MORTON, 0 2 lv
$100 to$lfl.ni!ij MADE promptly. F. D
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts
MONKY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches Kloke Investment Co., Omaha
SHOPEN ACf)MPANV. Doiiglss 4228.
Stocks and Ponds.
FOR SALK Young registered llolsteln bulls
of high class. Price right. IS, O. Goodlnx
son, Kimball, 8. D.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK, 201 NEVILLE ULK.
LISTEN Old residents who refused to pay
$1.26 acre for Eastern Colorado land 10
years ago are paying $10 to $26 now; Ne
braska and Iowa parties buying largely
since they found could save commissions
by buying direct from W. H. Pershing, ex
mayor of Llmon, Colo; 3.200 seres sold Ne
braska nnd Iowa parties Inst week
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
formers of moderate means to secure
fin in homes on very easy terms. Inform
us location desired. For free book and
map and special railroad rates write
Floyd C Tallmadge, Colonization Agent
Kan. -Colo. Ry Co., First National Bank
Bldg., Pueblo, ColO;
GOOD farm lands $8 to $fs per acre; ensy
terms; good crops; average rain la Inches;
adjoining counties getting $20 to $35 for
same land. Sams soli and better crops
than western Nebraska, See F. J. Qulnn,
Court House, Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
FIFTY QUARTERS eastern Colorado land
for ssle from $10 per acre up. Write
Henry Hummrls, Lincoln, Neb.
640 ACRES, Improved farm, $100 acre.
Oreat bargain, G. P. Stebblns, 1610
FOR SALE 800 acres, Dodgs County,
Minnesota, land, large Improvements, ths
best buy In sou'hern Minnesota, level
land, good outlet tor drainage. Do not
delay, write us at once. Trice $76.00 per
acre. J. C Atkins Land Co., Perry, Iowa
$5 DOWN, $5 PER MONTH buys 40 acres
Wayne Co., Mo pries $160, farm, fruit and
poultry land. Write for particulars. Geo.
D. Williams, Mt. Vernon, 111.
FOR SALE 85 acres, lot one of section
thrse In township, twenty-four, north of
range nine, east of the sixth principal
meridian, Nebraska. Write, Sarah
Thomas Blackbird, M'icy, Neb.
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 tn good Old Dawes County
Arah L. Hunxerford, Crawford, Neb.
RANCHES of "all "sizes" and" kinds, "easy
terms. A. . Patsman, 301 Karbaeh Blk.
NEW Jordan Valley Project Heart of the
range. Oct the ground floor wl(h 60
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. Honker. 940 1st National
South Dakota Lands.
SHEEP AND RANCH FOR SALK.
800 head good aged ewes, bred to lamb
In May. 100 early lamba420 registered
Shrop bucks. 320 acre home ranch, wen i
Improved, together with six sections
leased land, leases all paid for threu
years, all for $28,000.
C. A. NESBiT.
Falrburn. S. D.
OWN a farm. We have some of ths choicest
land In the heart of ths vtry beat sec
tion of the Clovsr Belt of f'entral Wis
consin. Low prices. Kasy terms. Write
for booklet and map. John 8. Owen
Lumber Co.. Owen. Clark County. Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a.,
Including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi V C. M Rylander. 854 Omaha Nat'l
FOR SALE 7,ot of blue grass and meadow
fescue. Prices right. Charles C. Oratlus,
cars, $1.66; It car, 63
car, $1.68; 3 6 car. 11.66:
car, $t.64. No. 6 white:
car. $t.4i No. 1 white:
No. 4 white: 1
1 car, $1.56; 1
4 cars, $1.49; 1
1 car, $1.40; 1
car, $1.36; 1 car, $I.3i. Siample white: 1
car, $1.2i. No. 1 yellow, 6 cars, $1.60;
car, $1 60. No. 3 yellow: 1 cars, $!.&;
9 cars. $t.6S: 1 car, $1.67. No. 4 yellow: 1
car, $1.4. No. b yellow: 1 car. $1.42; 1
car, $1 40. No. 1 mixed: 1-6 car, $l.$l.
No. 1 mined: i cars. $1.-5; 45 cars, $1.56.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car. $1.63; 1 car. $1.43. No.
6 mixed: 1 car, $136. No. 6 mixed: 1-6
car, $1.3!; 1 cars, $1.35. Sample mixed:
1 car, $1.57; 1 car, S6c.
Oats Standard: 1 cars, 84Vic; No. 3
white: IS cars, 64c. No. 4 white: 3
car, SSIic. fample white: 4 cars. Sc; 1
car, SI He. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 61V.C.
Kye No. 3: 1-3 car. $" 42.
Hsrley No. 3: 1-3 car. $1.43.
Ottntha Cash Prices Corn: No. I white,
tl.CS ; No. 3 white, 'tlM U 1 65! No. 4
white, $1,5491.60; No. 6 white, $1.4(6
1.4; No. 6 white, 1.36(fl,40; samp!" white,
94 .5; No. . yellow, $1.60; No. 3 yellow,
$1.(791.59: No. ,4 yellow, $t,4; No. 6 yel
Inw. $1.40l.4.; No. 1 mixed. $1.5S; No. 3
mixed, $1.65; No. 4 mixed, f 1.46W 1.63; No. 5
mixed,. $1.15; No. 6 mixed. $1.-5(1! 1.3;
Multiple mixed, 8SeC$M5. Onts: No. 3
white. SH.c; standard, S4c; No. $ white,
(iiitMUe; No. 4 white. $Hc; sample, SIS
di'SSo. Hurley: No. 1, $143, Rye; No. 3
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by l.nRun & H: y .111. stock and grain brokers,
315 South Sixteenth turret, Omaha:
High. il.ow. Close. ISaf'y.
Com. I III
July 1 44 V. 1 44VH2'..! 1 44VI43'
May I 1 3?l 1 S.-;l.6HI 1 3' il26?i
July I 7SN 74',! 724.1 73', 73
Mav 3V H14, 83 82ft
May 47 25 47 60 47 .."! 47 60 47 40
l.ard I I
Msy 25 10 25 15 25 00 2b 15 25 20
July 25 30 26 4o 25 26 25 42 : 47
May 21 27 33 40 23 22 23 37 23 27
July 5.1 70 23 87 23 65 23 85 123 75
( HK .U.O (ill A1N M VRK1T.
Export Demand (lives strength to Oats
Provisions Depressed By Smaller Con
Chicago, April 19. I'nsensonablly c Sid
weuthur funds corn prices today average
higher. Th" market closed nervous, at the
sumo as yesterday's finish to ',o advance,
with -May $1.27 and July $1.44', to $1.44.
lists ruined c to lc net. In provisions the
outcome varied from &t'c decline to a rlsi4-
Com traders leaned decidedly to ths view
that prcvallloK teui)crutur'S wero much too
low to rKilHi.' iilautlnif and were also
adverse to the growth of the crop al
The fact, however, that primary receipts
were in exevsa of last year's figures and
Hint a good increase was looked for In the
Hint a good total on Monday brought
about free selling which more than wiped
out Inltlnl upturns. Nevertheless before the
day ended hulls again forced an upward
slant In the mniliet despite predictions of
warmer weather tomorrow In ths west.
Buying, ascribed to export Intervals, put
strength Into oats. The Atlantic seaboard
anil Die Gulf were said to have taken 1,000,
imiii i.usliels at various places, Including 226,
Otio bushel here.
Provisions wore depressed by lower quota
tions on hogs and cotton nnd by reports
Hint the government allotment ot contracts
had been smaller than expected. On the
decline, thoiiKh, shorts snd commission
houses turned buyers.
No. I yellow, $1 66(6? 1.65; No, 4 yellow,
$1.4f.flil.66; No. 2 yellow, $l.69rd1.71.
Oats No. white, 6V.Q67Vtc: standard,
Rye No. !, $2.1.2.
Barley At $1.I((178.
Timothy At $i.(iam 8.00.
Clover At IIH.lHijj 27.00.
Ribs At $22.76 23 25.
noston. April 10 The Commercial Bulle
tin will say tomorrow: "The wool trade has
been patiently WHltlng tho decision of the
government as to what disposition It In
tends to maks of ths offer ot ths wool
trsde si ef April 5, submitting all wools
owned on that duta. All of the valuations
and inventories have been sent to Washing'
ton. Buying In the west, of courso, still
i suspended a little sua me cioining inn- is
IIKewlsa in a state or suspension penuius,
the government's decision on wool."
Scoured basis: Texas, lne, 12 months,
$1.7201.76; fine 8 months, $1.56(ffl,60, Cali
fornia northorn, $1.7001.7$; middle county,
$1.664?1.60; southern, $145tf)1.60; Oregon
eastern No. 1 staple, $1.82 iff 1.88; eastern
clothing. $1.60(fM.62: valley. No. 1, $1.70
1.72; territory fine staple, $1.86fil.87; half
hood combing. Il.75ffl.78.: blood como
Ing. $1 60W1.65; fins clothing. $1.60!. 65;
flna medium clothing. $1.(6(H.60.
Pulled: Kxtra, $1.8001.86; AA. $1.70
1.80; A supers. $1.6(1 1 65.
April 1$. Dun'i
Not only regular domestic busluess, but
also foreign commerce la brought undoi
cioser rest ric I Ions us the country is placed
more completely on a war footing and there
Is no Industry or trade of Importance that
Is not dominated by present or prospective
federal requirements. While strictly civi
lian demands are enlarging In many In
stances, notwithstanding the extraordinary
prices, the difficulty of meeting all needs
tends to limit ths volume of transac
tions, nnd a still greater scarcity of some
supplies Is clearly foreshadowed by the ever
Increasing pressure of governmental orders.
With such facts In evidence It Is especially
fortunate that the recovery In manufactur
ing has continued and some plants are rap'
Idly reducing accuniula,ted contract as the
prngnsslvo Improvement In transportation
makes freer deliveries of raw niuieriaia anu
Weekly bank Hearings. $5,471,129,607.
New York, April 19. Spot Coffee Dull;
Rio 7s, 9c; Sanies 4s, lHiC
Few fresh offers wers reportsd ,ln the
cost snd freight markot, but sales were re.
ported of Han'" 7s at 9lc. Mteamer ship
ment London credits.
The official cables showed no change In
Brazil excertt tor Santos futures, whicn
were unchanged ti 60 rels lower. Braslllan
port receipts 29,000 bags.
St. Joseph Live Stork.
8t. Joseph, Mo.. April 1$. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1,600 head; market steady; steers,
$1 3.00 17.00 ; cows and heifers, $7.00
10.60; calves, $7.0018.00.
Hogs Receipts. 3,600 head; market
lower; top, $17.45; bulk, $17.00 17.40.
Shoop and Lambs Receipts, 800 head:
market steady; lambs, $18.00021.60; ewes,
$11.0016 60. ,
FARM AN D RAN CH LAN IDS
100-Acre Ohio Farm
100 Bil. Corn to Acre.
And 40 bu. wheat have been produced
on this fertile farm; 76 acres In plow land,
balance wire-fenced permanent pasture
and woodland; good 2-story, 10-room
house; cellar barn for 20 cowst cream
collected at door; corncrihs, poultry house,
sheds, etc. Aged owner iniikis low price
80.700. Immediate possession, and If
taken soon will include pr. good horses. 3
fine cows, bull, hogs, wagons, mower, Till
ing cultivator, corn planter, harrows, hay
louder, grain drill, hinder, plows, cream
separator, etc.; $2, MO down nnd easy
terms. Traveling Instructions to see this
and an alfalfa farm of 63 acres for $3,800
see rage :i. Strnut'H fcirlng Catalogue of
3K4 Bargains In dozen states. Copy mailed
free. ; A stront Farm" Agency, Dept.
.1,7;' ''!'. H I N I H S I lne."i Ye!i
FARM LAND vVANTED
Don't 'list your farm with us 1f you
want to knep It.
E. P. SNOWDEN SON.
423 8. 15th. Douglas 9371.
WANTED 20,000 acres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land. Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Bux Y 407, Omsha Bee.
WK have clients who will pay cash for bar
gains In western land. White & Hoover,
Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg.
Special Notice to Farmers
We buy Butter, Eggs and Poultry for spot cash,
paying highest market price day of delivery.
If you ship, send only by express.
CONSOLIDATED POULTRY & EGG COMPANY
1116-18 Douglas Street,
Main Street and Eighth
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Receipts Liberal and
Demand Active ; Large Bun
of Hogs; Lamb Sales
Omaha. April 1$. 191$.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheetf
....13,705 15,4311 0.681
Official Monday ...
Official Tuesday .
..11,070 18,634 7.181
.. 6,673 16,761 15.421'
. . $.685 20,016 8,631
. . 6,000 14,300 3.501
Kstimste today . . .
I'lv days this week... 45,133 85.031 44,43:
Same days last week.3S.524 66,001 40,94:
Sumo days 1 wks. sgo.36,otil 62,686 35.271
Sam days 3 wks. ago. 36,224 82,313 36.971
Same day year ago., .29,266 69,6111 40,101" ,
Receipts and disposition of liver stock al ;
the Union stork yards, Omaha, for 24 houri t
ending at 3 o'clock p. m. yesterday)
, RECEIPTS CARLOADS. ,
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.'
t, M A SI. P 4 I
Missouri 1'nclflo 18 4 . ,
Union Pivlflc 61 4$ li '
I". N. W., east 10 4
C. & N. W.. west 65 85 1
C. St. P., M. 0 34 13
C, B. ft Q., et 7 4
C, B. 4 Q., west 60 23
C , R. I. A P., east 16 t
C. R. I. A P., west 3
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Great Western,.. 2 ..
Total receipts 267 lii 14
Morris Co 810
Swift A Co 1.480
Cudnhy Parking Co.. 1,572
Armour A Co 1,28$
Schwaits A Co
Lincoln Packing Co.. 43
Wilson Packing Co... (68
Kohr Packing Co .
F. B. I.ewl 260
lluntslnger A O 7
Huston A Co 26
J. B. Root ft Co., .. 26
J. 11. Bul,Ia 17
itosenstocK uroi z
V. ti. Kellogg 96
Werthelmor A Dgn 218
Kills A Co 11
Sullivan Bros 41
Rothschild ft Krebs., 10
Mo, ft Kan. Calf Co.. 178
Banner Bros 83
John Harvey 366
ennls ft Francis.,.. 66
Jensen ft Lungren. . . ' 10
Pst O'Day 6
Other buyers 756
Cattle Receipts were very liberal for a
Friday, about 4,000 head. This makes 46.000
for five days, or fully 75,000 mora than were
here lost week. Quality was not as good
on Thursdr.y, but demand was fairly
active for the good to choice grades selling
at iiu.tiu to lu.oo. Medium and light
weight steers wers neglected and slow sail
at prices 16o to 26e lower than Thursday
Cows and heifers were In moderate auppl
and fair demand at prices steady to 26
lower than yesterday. Stockers wars Jug'
about steady, but not very aotlvs. .
quotation on cattlei Oood to ebolc.i
beeves. $16.0017.00; fair to good beeves.
$15.0011(16.00; common to fair beeves, $11.61
IU 14 60; rows and heifers, good to choice
heifers, $12.60(ffl8.60; good to choice cows
$12. 0013. 25; fair to tfliod cows. $9;60
11.50; common to fair oowi, $7.6060 26;
stockers and fesders.. prims feeders, $11. 81
ri2.nu; gooa to cnoirs feeders, $10,009
11.00; fnlr to good fesders. $8. $00960,
common to fair fseders. $7.00i8.16: rood
to choice stockers, $9.60011.00; stock heif
ers, $8.00no.oo; stock cowi, $7.00t-6;
stock calvei, $B.5011.60; veal calves, $(.0t
B13. 00; bulls, stsgs, sto.. $9,608.13.25:
good tn choice yearlings, 113.60 tf 15.75; fait
to good yearlings, $11.60J18.00; pommon
to fair yearlings, I9.00tfll.00,
nogs Anotner large run of nogs wai
yarded this morning, 14,300 head, or lfl$
cars, making the total for the week 85,
000, a compared with 68,000 last week. A
compared wtlh yesterday's weak and druggy
close, this morning's market was fully a
dims higher and about steady with yes-
terday's general average. -Bulk et sales '
ranged from $16.7617.00, and th choice
light butchers and shippers brought si
high ss $17.10, ths trading was fairly active,
on ths part of both shippers and packers,
considering the largs supply, and the qual
ity Is running mora generally mixed and
heavy packer hogs.
Sheep A moderately heavy run for Frl- :
day In the sheep division, with the early
sales showing a new high record ot Mexi
cans snd northern lambs. A lot of 484
head, averaging 79 pounds, sold for $21.60;
this is lOo higher than yesterday's top. :
Otlior lot! of Mexican lambs, averaging .
81 pounds, sold for $21.40, and a load of
clipped lambs sold at $17.40. Tha markot
active and strong to 10o higher on the best
sales made on the early market.
Quotations on sheep: Good to choice
lambs, $20.6021.40; fair to cholcs lambs,
$I8.5020.60: fair to cholcs yearlings, $15.31
tl'17.00; fair to choice wethers, $14,600
16.00; fair to choice ewes, $11.60016.46:
fender lambs, $18. 00019.60; spring lambs,
St. IaihIs Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, Mo., April II. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1,400 hesd; market, steady; natlvi
beef steers, 81 1.60 16,75 ; yearling stern
and heifers, $9. 6015.00; rows. $7.60012.60;
stockers and feeders, $7.50013.00; fat t4
prims southorn beef stsers, $9.601$.5
beef cows and heifers, $6.0013.64; south
ern yearling steers and heifers, $7.(0910.00;
natlvs calves, $7.76015.60.
Hogs Receipts, 6,600 hesd; marker,
steady; lights, $17,660-17.80; pigs, li.26Q
17.76; mixed and butchers, $17.40017.76;
good heavy, $17. 20017. 40; bulk, $17,400
Sheep Receipts, 800 head; market
strong; lambs, 120,26 31.16; ewes, $16,000
17.00; wethers, $16.60 17.00; canneri an'
Kansas City Llva Stock Market.
Kansas City, April 19. Cattlo Receipts
1,700 head; market, steady; prims fed
steers, $18.00 17.20; dressed beef steers,
$14.60I6.50; western steers, $13.60916.16;
cows, $7.76013.75; heifers, $9.00014.60;
stockers and feeders, $8.26013.60; bulls,
$8.60011.76; calves, $8.00013.00.
Hogs Receipts, 7,600 head; market, low
er; bulk, $17.2001146; heavy, $17.10017.(0;
packers, $17.26017.60; light, $17.20017.4$;
Sheep Receipts, 1,700 head; market
steady; lambs, $20.26031,60; yearlings,
$16.50011.00; wethers, $16.00017.00; ewes,
$15.0016.7(; stockers and feeders, $8 600
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, April 19. Cattle Receipts, 7,J
head; market, weak; native steers, $11,000
17.26; stockers and feeders, $8.4O013.7b
cows and halters, $7.60013.90; calves, $9.04
Hogs Receipts, 84,000 head; market,
weak; hulk, $17.2017.76; light, $17.20
17.85; mixed, $17.10g17.80; heavy, $16.26df
17.60; rough, $16,25016.65; pigs, $13,260
Sheep Receipts, 11,000 head;
weak; sheep, $13.0017.85; lambs,
Sloui City Live Stock.
Sioux City, April 19. Cattle Receipts,
ouo head; market steady; beet steers, $12.0'
f! 17.00; fat cows and heifers, $9.0016.00
dinners, $7.258.60; stockers and feerjfrs
i0.O0fuvl2.6O; calves, H. 00 18.00; bulls
slags, etc., JS , 0(i ft. 1 1.60; feeding cows ant
Hogs Receipts, 8,000 head;' markn
steady to 10c to 16o lower; light, $16.90iB
17.05; mixed, $18.65016.90; heavy. $16 50.
16.70; pigs, $16.4410)18.00; bulk ot sales
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 500 head
Duluth, April 19. Linseed $4.01 4.09
arrive, $4.03; May, $4.03 bid; July, $4.014.
bid; October, S3.SCH bid.
Council Bluffs, la.
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