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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1918
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Youns ladies to
learn telephone operating.
Good wages paid while
learning, rapid advance
ment, permanent positions.
Apply to C. F. LAMBERT,
1807 Douglas St.
Vanted Twenty-five girls to work In pack
ing department; $9 per week to start.
ITEN BISCUIT CO.,
l::h and Capitol Ave.
15 GIRLS WANTED
TO HELP WIN THE WAR
Canvas work. Power machines.
Experience not necessary.
Apply Forelady, Third Floor.
Scott-Omaha Tent & Awn
1501 HOWARD ST.
WANTED MACHINE GIRLS.
Nebraska Tent & Awning
1204 Farnatn Street.
VANTED 20 girls, experience on power
ewlng machines. Experienced operators
can tarn from $12 to $15 per week. Light,
clean, steady work. Two weeks' guaran
tee given new beginners. Omaha Auto
, Top Co., 709-11 South 15th St.
TWO LADIES to" learn halrdressing.
Madame Wilson. 1510 4 Douglaa St.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
SOLICITORS Experience unnecessary.
Salary and expenses; call or phone Mr.
Schmidt, Castle Hotel.
WANTED--Lady collector (.single), not
afraid of work or weather. 22 Arlington
block, 1 to 5 o'clock.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Girl between 25 and 35 years of
age for general housework and to care
for 16 months old baby. Wages $10
per week. Must be able to take full
charge and have city references. Call
WANTED White girl for general house
work in family of three; no general
washing; house cleaning all done. Refer
ence! necessary. Tel. Walnut 1765.
TO THE GIRL- who desires to work In a
home where good treatment Is extended
and wages fairly good, will do well by
calling Harney 4285 or Harney 2268.
WANTED Competent white girl for gen
eral housework where second girl Is kept.
No washing. Mrs. W. V. Hostord, 625 S.
37th St. Harney 87.
WANTED A motherly woman as house
keeper In family of two. Apply to O. E.
Rlnhart at Benos, Council Bluffs, for par
ticulars. WHITE girl to assist with light housework)
small family. Phone or write Mrs. J. J.
uraiiow, waniui at., cmana, ind.
WHITE girl to assist with housework; house
cleaning done; good wages and small fam
ily. .Call Walnut 3686. 6008 Capitol Ave.
WANTED At once, white girl for general
housework; no cooking or washing. Tel
ephone Harney 4572. 1335 S. 35th Ave.
WANTED An experienced second girl. Ap
ply to Mrs. C. T. KounUo, 3925 Dewey
avenue. Harney 224.
WANTED An experienced white girl for
general housework. Mrs. Ralph Peters, 614
S. 40th. Harney 205.
WANTED A good laundress with good
references. Apply Mrs. W. II. McCord,
6201 Davenport St.
WANTED Dining room girls at County
Hospital, $25.00, room board and washing.
Tel. Harney 652.
TOUNG whito girfloi help-wi t hc hi ldand
light work; good home. Telephone Wal
CAPABLE girl for general housework; two
In family. 604 South S6th Street. Har
WANTED A girl or woman to do general
housework. Call Tyler 1918; ask for Jesse
WHITE girl to assist with the housework;
small family. 6008 Capitol Ave. Walnut
WANTED A nurse maid 15 or 16. reference
required, 143 S. 41st. Harney 5726.
WANTED A competent cook at 208 S. 33d
St. Tel. Harney 1647.
GIRL for general housework; no washing.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
WANTED SALESLADIES. G. R. KINNEY
SHOE CO.. 205-09 NORTH 16TH ST.
Every day is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalogue free.
Douglas 1565. 18th and Harney Sta.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
If you tail 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
1UITE of front rooms, $1 per week; would
like to get plain working people; every
thing furnished; act quickly; snap. 515
8. 25th Ave.
LARGE desirable room facing Turner Park.
Beautiful West Farnam district. Walking
distance. 116 S. 31st Ave.
UODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine. 603 North 17th St. Reason
UODERN furnished rooms at the Sunshine
apartments. 608 N. 17th St. $2.50 per
11 8 S. 19TH ST. Close-In, two large nicely
SIX rooms, modern house. 1016 fc. 20th St.
$15 per month.
LARGE, nicely furnished three-room suit;
also garage; no children. 3026 Davenport.
UODERN. nicely furnished rooms; beauti
, ful location; no chtldren. Harney 6554.
' VOR RENT Light housekeeping nTomsT
3011 Harney St.
NICE clean housekeeping rooms. 1611
Board and Room.
EXCLUSIVE modern room and board to re
fined business people. Home cooking,
instantaneous heater, lawn and shade.
Walking dN-an llefertncts exchanged
Box tlui Be
FOR RENT ROOMS
Board and Room.
209 S. 33D, THE BRANSFOKD HOTEL
Is a new and modern fireproof building,
borne surroundings, for refined people;
elect neighborhood: excellent rvlc.
FOR RENT HOUSES
160 2709 Far.uun; 2 bath rooms, electric
lights; excellent locution.
GLOVER & SPAIN.
Douglas 390'.'. 91S-20 City Nat'l Bk.
FOFfHfa: N T M ,7yl si. e i g h t - room new brick
house, modern in every respect. 2617 Har
ney St., ISO. Young & Doberty. 322
Bramlols Theater Bldg. Doug. 1671.
DUNDEE. 7lMNnrih 50th Street, 140.00,
319 Marcy. 7 rooms modern, $35.00. John
X. Frenxer, Pouglas 654.
4 LARGE rooms with bath, second floor, 110.
Also barn. 2639 Seward St. Tel Red 682.
5-ROOM Cottage. 2470 South ISth St. $12.50
monthly. H. W. Binder, Pouglas 1264.
$10 2552 Manderson. if rms., all modern.
j(0 114 N. Mth St., 10 rms., steam heat.
$101549 S. '9th St., 8 rms, all modern.
$4Ti 3509 LaFetette Ave.. 8 rms.. mod.
$45 2109 Dooglas, 9 rms., modern.
$75407 N. 39th St., 8 rms., garage.
GLOVER & SPAIN.
Douglas 396?. 919-20 City Nat'l Bk,
3023 GRACE ST., 8-r.. mod. house, $20.
1816 Corby St., 6-r., pt. mod. house, $17.60.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO..
205 S. ISth St. Douglas 721.
IN ALL PARTS OK THE CITY.
CRKIGH SONS & CO.. BEE BLDQ.
LIST your property for rent or sal with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. ' Tyler 729.
Shopen Co.. Rental Douglas 4228
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
TWO GOOD FLATS
Nice In appearance, good arrangement of
rooms, newly decorated, modern in every
respect. 9 rooms each.
3M9 Furnani St. $60.00.
301 S. 3Sth Ave. $ti5.00.
THE BYRON REED COMPANY
Doug. 297 2)2 S. l"thSt.
M O N i'E REYB Apartment. 145 N." 14 ..sTSt
6 rooms, $55.00.
3 rooms, $35.00.
KLOKE INVESTMENT CO.
HAMILTON API'S., fireproof; line lawn and
flowers during summer; best location, 24th
and Farnam, Prices reasonable. Call D.
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK Close In, few
equal; '3-room apartment; also 4-room
flat. Apply 221) Vj N. 23d. Phone Red 4232.
;15 N. 2;".TH Duplex flat, 7 rms., $32.50.
Tvler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
UNFURNISHED apartment, 6 rooms, 48th
and Dodge. Shown by appointment, $U0.
SUBLEASE, 3-room apartment, with five
room accommodations, $35. Call Harney
BEAUTIFUL, strictly modern, four and
five room apartments. Sethlow Ter
race, 16th and Yates. Webster 832 and
$20, 5-room apartment, 16th and Locust
streets. Call at Wolf's store.
5-ROOM apartment; strictly modern; Jani
tor service; desirable location. Doug. 6392
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists m Apartment mansgement
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
MODERN store, 16th near P. O. Low rent.
G. P. Steliblns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Rooms.
ATTRACTIVE offices at reasonablo rentals
In The Bee building, where service Is
REAL. Keystone Inv. Co. Tyler 131.
MOVING AND STORAGE
FTn FT TTV
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,
PneltlnEr ami Ktnraire.
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2748. Doug. 6146.
METROPOLITAN VAN & STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St. between
15th and 16th. Phone Tyler 8400. Have
your moving handled Just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's the way
we do It. Ask to see our daily rental lists
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 8. 16th. Douglas 4163.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, pocking and
storing call Tvler 230 or Douglas 4338.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
3625 California Street
New 7-room frame and stucco house,
all beautifully decorated; built-in buffet,
bookcases; fireplace; sleeping porch nd
floored attic; all oak finish; best of con
struction. $6,300, easy terms.
See our 'ist of choice lots in Dun
dee and Happy Hollow.
WORLD REALTY CO.
Sun Theater. T). 6342. Theater entrance.
PRICE ONLY $4,650
Seven rooms and bath, oak and white
enamel finish, built-in features, dandy
sun room and sleeping porch. Located on
a dandy lot In the Montclalr addition. A
real home for some one.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
WEST FARNAM 6 -room bungalow, all
modern, lot 50x128, fine shade trees. Price
$3,600. C. A. Grimmel. Phone D. 1615.
Owner says to rut the price on the
three following well located homes In
beautiful Bemls Park for quick sale.
1013 N. 34th St., 6 rooms.
1220 N. 34th St., 6 rooms.
3421 Lafayette Ave., 6-r.
These are all well located and are
strictly all modern and not old houses.
Look them over from the outside and
If you aro Interested, call us by 'phone,
Tyler 60, and we will arrange to show
you through the house; $700 cash first
payment, balance about the same as
HASTINGS HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
Beautiful 5-room stucco bungalow, all
rooms on one floor, fireplace, beautiful
fixtures, oak throughout, floored attic,
full basement, furnace heat, large 63
foot south front lot 1 block to car line.
Price $1,500. Reasonablo terms.
J. L. HIATT COMPANY,
QAA FIRST NATIONAL
5 ROOMS MODERN
Near 45th and Wirt Sts.
Nearly new. This will be vacant by
April 20. Oak finish, built-in seat; very
nice fixtures and nicely deeoratcd. Full
basement. $3.i:,o on easy terms. A very
liberal discount for cash, rail Tyler 60
and ask for Mr. Manville. Evenings Wal
j HASTING 4 HEYDEV. Hit Harney St.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
DANDY COTTAGE RARGAIN
PRICE ONLY $2,100.
Five rooms and bath, partly modern,
choice south front lot, 43x142 feet. $300
down and $20 per month. Near 24th
and Larlniore Ave
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
?0l Om N'Bt. Hank Bldg. Tyler 498.
One of the Best Bungalows on the
Five rooms and bath, beamed ceilings,
fireplace, choice oak finish, full basement,
good attic, choice south front lot, with
paving all paid; one block to car. Price
is $4.Sf0 and Is sure worth the money.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg Tyler 498.
4 ROOMS 2 LOTS
Have four-room bouse. In good repair,
which I will sell on easy payments. Has
city water and electric lights. Phone
HOUSE AND GARAGE, $3,500.
Square style, 6 rooms and bath, all
modern, nice garage, large lot. paving
paid, near 16th and Evans Sis.; $500 cash,
TEBBENS. THE REALTOR,
605 Omaha Nat. Bank. Phone D. 3182.
WE SELL, Rent, Insure and make Loans
on Clfv property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames Ave. Col. 217.
tToUNTZE PLACE Modern 8-room-bouats
full basement, large lot. close to car. Prlo
83 350 Norrls A Norrls. D. 4170.
MINNE LUSA home and lot offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tvler 17
New, (-room stucco: oak finish; nicely
decorated; fine location; near car lln.
Price. $4,000. Terms, $600 cash, balanoe
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Blk.
6-R. BUNGALOW, oak finish and hot water
heat, nice lot, for $2.1 Son,
W. 11. GATES.
647 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1294.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO..
Real Estate and Inauranc.
1126 Farnam St Doug 1064.
BUNGALOWS The acreage man wants
bargains for quick sale. Walnut 2687,
REM ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your horn or business
property and pay rash.
H. A. WOLIT CO..
Electric. Bldg. Tyler 86.
BUSINESS property and Investments
A. P. TUKEY and SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUB INVESTMENT CO..
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist
15th and Dodge Sir. Douglas 416.
66x132 ft., within" five blocks P. O.; $6,500.
Great bargain. G. P. Stehnlns. JM0 Chlrag.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
7-ROOM house, modern except heat. Cash
value $2,500, will trade for house In
Aberdeen, S. D. O. A. Erlandson, Het
tinger, N. P.
WILL take touring car worth $1,600 on 160
acres near Gordon, Sheridan Co.; land
mostly good black loam; act quickly. D.
UiJoD-Omaha residence property to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease. 211 Bran. Th. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Investment
REAL estate, Investments, house and lots.
WORLD REALTY COMPANY, Realtor.
Douglas 6342. Sun Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELM WOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$1 DOWN, $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE A SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Nearly new 6 room, all modern bunga
low, only two blocks from Dundee car.
Oak finish In two room. Full lot Garage.
Price $4,600. Terms.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 297. 212 8. 17th.
HIGH and sightly Dundee lots, $876 to
$1,150. Easy terms, loans arranged for
building purpose. Phone D. 6074, Shuler
& Cary. Realtors
BIG BENSON SNAP
ONLY $3,200. Act Quickly
Ground 75x128; nice garden, plenty
of fruit, chicken house; permanent
walks all around; nifty 5-room, mod
ern house, excellently located 2540
No. 65th St. (Benson), 1 1-2 blocks
south of car line. Direct from Owner.
About l'i acres on Dodge street. In
Fairacres. This Is a nice, south front,
close to beautiful homes, and Is the
rheaprst acreage in this high-class dis
trict. Price for quick sale, $3,450.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
Qflrt FIRST NAT'L.
tfvU BK. BLDG.
Northwest of Benson
Some of the finest valley garden land
that can be had near Omaha; lays prac
tically level, In good location, where land
Is Increasing In value fast; only mile
from west Benson; paved road and motor
bus lino. Price $500 per acre; very easy
terms; will divide and Bell three or four
acres If seven acres Is too much.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
PHONE TY. 60.
BENSON GARDEN HOME.
6-room oak finish, all mod. home; lot
65x142: one block from paved street, on
Military Ave., for quick sale, $2,250;
about $200 cash, balance monthly. Seo
us about this quick.
RASP PROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
8 rooms, modern, oak floors through
out; living room, dining room, kitchen
and den on the first floor, Including
fireplace and built-in bookcases, 4 large
bedrooms on the second floor one a
heated sleeping porch; tile bath, linen
closet; one large bedroom on the third
floor, heated lavatory. Full cemented
basement, good furnace; extra toilet?
Full size lot, convenient to car. This
will be sold Monday without fall. Terms.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Douglas SH2, 919-20 City National.
GOOD DUNDEE HOME
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Thl 1
a 7-room 2-story well built modern
home with reception room, living room
and dining room finished In quarter
sawed oak. Kitchen, 4 bedroom and
bath room finished In quarter sawed
pine. Garage, paved alley. South front
lot 60x128 feet. Trice $5,250. Reason
able amount down; balance monthly
like rent. Key at our office. Location
60th and Underwood avenue.
(GEORGE & CO., D. 756
NEW DUNDEE OAK BUNGALOW 6
rooms on one floor; bookcases, colonnade,
sun mom; $3,850; only $350 cash, $35 mo.
Call days Doug. 3140.
Beautiful corner lot, 42d and Burt
streets, paved. An excellent location for
contractor or as an investment. On ac
count of draft, must sell. See Mr. Nolet,
SEVERAL one acre up with small house,
school, etc. Seven minutes to car. Wal
nut 2587. evenings.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WISH to buy 6 or 7-room modern house,
Hansrom Park: West Farnam or Dundee
district preferred. Give description, loca
tion, lowest price for cash. Box 4288, Bee.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULVIH1LL.
200 Brandcu Theater Bldg. Phone D. it.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
Owners of two well located,
new apartment houses, always
rented, want to trade for pood
farm land; value from $o5,000 to
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Ty. 50.
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has 8 five-room houses, one 7
room, modern house, one 8 -room modern
house and 3 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.
21 J City National Hank Building.
WIS HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 406. 701 Om. Nat. BankBldg.
MEET me at F. D. Wead's Office"
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to MoClehee. Ark.
W. S. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
ONE to twelve sections eastern Colorado
ranch. Artesian wells, good ranch build
ings, railroad station on land; electric
power line through land; five miles from
iarge city. Will sell In tracts of 160 seres
or more. Price $35 per acre. Terms, $5
per acre cash, balance ten annual pay
ments 6 per cent. Will consider port
cash and trade. Also 6,000 acres of dry
farming land In Crowley county, Colorado,
$15 per acre; also New Mexico 60,000-acro
ranch, with water rights for 7.000 acres.
Address B. II. THllmadge, Pueblo, Colo.
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 writ
Floyd C. Tallmadge, Colonisation Agent
K.i n. -Colo. Ry Co., First National Bank
Bldg., Pueblo. Colo.
LISTEN Old residents who refused to pay
$1.26 acre for Eastern Colorado land 10
years sgo 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. Tershlng, ex
mayor of Llmon, Colo; 3.200 acres sold Ne
braska and Iowa parties last week
I'uil SALE NE 7-6S-18W, Yume Co..
t'olo. Unimproved. Lays smooth. fine
soil. Mtge $1,100. 6 pet., two years to
run. Price $2.80". This Is a snap. R.
M. Cauthorn, 302 Schwelter Bldg, Wichi
640 acres Improved farm, $100 acre. Great
bargain. G. P. Slebliins. 1610 Chicago.
WAR MAY LAST SEVERAL YEARS.
It has been said by big nun of the
country that our present war Is liable to
last for a term of years and that we must
prepare for it by putting every man to
producing foodstuff or else Into the
trenches. However, I say to you, that
even though vo whip the devil out of the
Gerniana within the next 30 days, It will
take years to re-establish conditions, and
during those years the great United
States must furnish the seed and the
feed for not only Itself and Its own peo
ple hut for many of the foreign countries.
It therefore 1 ehooves us to look to the
soil. In considering tills, take Into con
sideration the fact that the soil of Dawes
County, Nebraska, will raise you Just as
many dollars to the acre in crops as will
the soils of any other section. Yet, I of
fer you this good soil In good old Dawes
county, Nebraska, at prices ranging from
$12.50 and $13 an acre up to $16 and $40
por acre. The $12.60 and $13 soil will
raise just as many bushels of wheat to the
acre; Just as much other crops, but I a
little farther out of town. It you have
got plenty of money, buy close to town,
that's all right. If you haven't so much
money, get a little further out and buy
cheaper land. Write mo for my lists of
descriptions, pictures and prices. They are
free. Act right away and I will put you tn
the field putting in wheat and oats within
10 days from your date of purchase If
you are the right stripe. We sepd wheat
here up to the middle of May and oats and
.corn up to tho first, of .lone. Potatoes are
all right any time from the middle of May
to the loth of June. Act at once.
Arah L. Hungei ford.
Crnwfcrd, Dawes County, Nebraska.
Niobrara River Ranch
4.920 aces on the Niobrara river, two
sets Improvements, 1,000 acres good farm
land, deep black fertile soil, no better
land In the state of Nebraska; ruts 550
tons of hay and alfalfa, but would cut
many times that If not pastured; the up
land, which Is covered with heavy grass,
also grows alfalfa; this is not a sandhill
ranch and will speak for itself; price
$16.50 per acre; one-third cash: can be
optioned till April 1, 1919, for $10,000 and
sold with or without stock.
White & Hoover
464 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
FORSALE Improved farm, 240 acres, less
than four miles from Falrbury, Nebraska.
$85.00 per acre. Purchaser can assume
$9,000 mortgage. This Is certainly
snap. Address, Glenn W. Martens, Pierre,
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARB SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at beat
prices write Geo. Antlll, Blair, Neb
RANCHES of all sizes and "kinds, easy
terms. A A. Patxman. 801 Karbaah Blk,
CHOTCB FARMS, rHiHSOn742T Rose "Bldg.
New York Lands.
304 acres, 36 miles from Buffalo, 1 mllo
from cheese factory, churches, store;
school on farm, dark loam soil. 40 acres
timber, living springs, 2 houses, barn 60
by 90 basemei.t stable, concrete floor, silo.
Including 62 head cattle, II horses, 4
hogs, 60 hens, all fodder, complete farm
ing equipment. Price $1 2,500. Easy
terms. Free list, Ellis Bros., Sprlngvlllc,
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, giving descrip
tions, terms, prices, etc., on hundreds of
farms for sale: free for the asking. Square
Deal Realty 'o., 42 Tho Florence. Syra
cuse. N. Y.. T. Black, mgr.
OWN a farm. We have ome of the choicest
land In the heart of the vry best sec
tion of the i."lov3r Belt of Central Wis
consin. Low prices. Easy terms. Write
for booklet and map. John S. Owen
Lumber Co.. (.wen. Clark County. Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a,,
including paid-up wnter rights. Henry
Levi & C. M. Rylander. 854 Omaha Nat'l
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with u If you
want to keep It.
E. P. SNOWDEN ft SON.
423 8. 16th. Pouglas 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 client who v.ill pay cash for bar
gains In western land. White & Hoover,
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
BEAUTIFUL team mares and horse, dapple
gray and cream, silver mane and tall, 8
and 7-year-old, 2.S0O pounds, will sell
at great sacrifice for cash. I am unable
to care for them. Mrs. Shears, 2408 Jones
St., one block north 24th and Leaven
worth. $285 WILL buy honest pair farm mares,
7 years old, 2,700 pounds; true workers
and sound. Must sell as I have no
further use for them. Also 1,300-pound
dapple gray mare. 2212 Douglas.
BARGAIN FOR CASH l72O0-lb., Oo'ear
old dapple gray mare, not city broke, will
sell reasonable t.i farmer, also chunky
built horse, harness and wagon, suitablu
tor gardnor. 817 S. 23d St
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR SALE Toung registered Holsteln balls
of high class. Price right E. O. Qoodlax
son. Kimball, 8. P.
FOR SALE 20 Holsteln cows and heifers
Apply F. C. Bliss, 254 Exchange Bldg.,
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
ROSE COMB Rhode Island Ue.ls Nine hens,
on cockerel, $1 jo each Thirteen two
weeks' old baby chicks. 2,'c each Two set
tings ens, will hatch In a week. $1.50
each setting. $i0 bus the whole bunch.
Including two coops. A month's absence
from home reason for selling. S60S N.
44th Ave. Wslnut 3611
BIFF Orphingten iggs $1 a" 7et7inV
Thoroughbred slock. Red J300.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
74 PER CKNT1NTERKST.
First farm debentures, amply secured,
convertible as payment on land or Indi
vidual mortgages, at purchaser's option,
denominations $100, $.".00. $1,000 and up.
HAltt.EY J. HOOKER.
940 1st Nat'l Hank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WE want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing
E. H. LOU GEE. INC..
Bas. 0 Keellne Bldg.
'DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OR MORE"
One dollar starts n account.
OMAHA LOAN & BLDG ASSOCIATION
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
V. II. Thomas & Son, Keeline RldR.
e-y i' carm Tn.va
' PAUL PETERSON,
SS4rmANlElS THEATER BLDG.
H." W. BINDER. ,
Money on hand for mortgage loan.
City National Bank Bldg
OMAIt A HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 171B.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6. 54 and Per Cent.
J H DUMONTCo., Keellne Bldg.
LOW R ATES oroTCARLBERa. 31 j" Bran-
dels Theater Bldg. D. 685.
tl.r MONEY r
2 i 0 HARRISON MORTON."
919 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead, Weed Bldg.. 18th and Farnam St
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co.. Omaha
SHOPEN COMPANY. Dotlglas 4121.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, mo., H. goods, total, $3.60.
Smaller, larger ain't proportionate rt.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
43J Securities Bldg.. 16th. Farnam. Ty. .
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
1 C SMALLER LOANS. 41 C7
' W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1893. " 1
6TII FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TY. M.
DIAMONDS "AND JEWELRY LOANS.. "
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Mn lawbook 1514 Dodge 11 6(U9F,t1 81
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
N. P. Dodge. Jr. and wife to Edward
L. Schlecht. Pine street, 80 feet
east of Fifty-sixth street, north
side, 80x120 $ 470
Patrick If. Council to Agnesa Od
varka, nortwest corner Tbliieeuth
and Connell Court, 47.5x110 1,100
Antony Ilasselbrook and wife lo Al
bert F. Mayne, Cuming street, 6ti
feet east of Forty-sixth street,
south side, 56x138 10,000
Earnest G. Hugh to Conservative Sav
ings Ac Lonn association, Sixteenth
si reel, 62.8 feet north of Wirt
street, west aide, 62.8x124 1
Mary Kelley, et al, to Louis Beiiia,
Elm street, 201.13 feet west of
Twentieth street, north side,
Conservative Savings Sr Loan associa
tion to Alexander Beck, Sixteenth
street. 62 8 feet north of Wirt
street, west side, 2fi. 4x124 2,600
Abraham Katskeo and wife to An
tonetta C. Schuster, Madison street.
46 feet east of Twenty-first street,
Anna M. Schmidt, guardian, to Mary
Agnes Byrne, Hurt stroet, 143 feet
east of Thirty-fifth street, north
side, 60x169, undivided, 10-21 1.952
Anna M. Schmidt to Mary Agnes
Byrne, Burt street, 143 feet east of
Thirty-fifth street, north side, un
divided 11-21 1,147
John Zechnielster and wife to Har
vey It. Ward and wife, 11 street, 65
foot west of Eleventh street, south
side, 45x125 1,160
Maiden Investment company to Wal
ter Szalewskl and wife, Fortieth
street, 80 feet north of H street,
east side, 40x125 250
John F. Flack and wife to Niels Jen
sen, Forty-fourth street, 120 foot
south of Spauldlng stroet, west side,
Hugh H. Harper and wife to Chris
tina A. Larson, Cnmde.n avenue, 120
feet east of Forty-second street,
south side, 65x125 176
Frank H. Maginn, et al to Albert W.
Nolet, southwest corner Forty-second
and Burt streets 50x128 1,000
John F. Coad, jr . et til, to The Coad
Real Estate company. Seventeenth
street, 80 feet south of Jackson
street, west side, 80x102 45,000
Mary P. Chapman, et al. to Emanuel
V. Lorig, N street, 60 feet east of
Twenty-flfih street, north aide,
60x00. undivided 1-3 5,333
Clara M. Melvll, et al, to Emanul V.
Lorlg, N street, 60 feet east of
Twenty-fifth street, north side,
60x00, undivided 1-3 2.866
Delia C. Patrick and husband to Car
son Monson. Spring street, 306 feet
east of Thirty-sixth street, south
side, 61x128 180
Elmer S. Redlck to Marry Casart, et
al, W street, 200 feet east of Forty
first street, north side, 60x131.... 300
C. A. Kmmons and wife to Alonso
Tullts, et al. Thirty-sixth street, 800
feet south of Grand avonue, west
side, 50x128 4,000
Hartvig Hovgaard to John Mnlnar,
Sherman avenue, 60 feet south of
Ames avenue, east side, 76x100.... 1,875
Joseph J. Mulvlhlll and wlfo to
Charles D. Birkett, Eighteenth
street, 114 feet south of Castelnr
street, west side, 48x72 8 and other
.Mark Al Fnlan to John W. Folnn,
Ohio street, 91 feet west of Minne
apolis Omaha Railroad, 45x101.. 1,600
Gunnar Pearson to Mary Rooney.
Vane street, 2115 feet east of
Thirtieth street, north side, 42x101. 40
Turpentine mill Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., April 24. Turpentine
Firm, 38'Ac; sales 67 bbls ; receipts, 64
bbls.; shipments, 60 bbls.; slock, 23.133 bbls.
Rosin Firm; sabs. 68 bbls.; receipts, 267
bbls. ; shipments. 301! bbls. ; sto. k, 97.193 bbls.
Quotation B, $5.30; D K F G, $6.36; H
T. $5.40; K, $5.60; N, $6.30; WG, $8.70;
Duluth, April 24. Linseed $4. 07
4.13'i; to arrive, $1 07V; May, $4.07'i; July,
$4.07'j; October, $3.67 bid.
New York Sugar.
New York, April 24. Sugar Raw. steady;
centrifugal, 6.005c; fine granulated, 7.45c.
New York Cotton.
New York, April ' 24. Cotton futures
opened steady; May, 27.70c; July, 28.83c;
October, 27.62c; December, $7. 35c: January,
Silver Fox Pelts Bring $250
To $1,000 Each at Fur Sale
M. Louis, Mo., April Z4. I lie larg
est collection of silver fox offered in
the last 12 vears were tlir nnlv furs
auctioned today at the April fur
sale, iweivc nuiKired pelts were sola
during the la for a total of $6.?2,000.
Rnvprs frmn flip rn;t n.-iirl Inn
prices, the prices ranging from $250
In $1.00(1 fnr rarti nelt
Total sales for the three days of
tne auction amount to more tlian
Archbishop John Ireland
Suffers Serious Setback
St. Paul, Minn., April 24,-Arch-bkhop
John Ireland, who returned to
.St. L'aul recently from Honda, where
he recuperated frmn a breakdown, has
suffered a relapse. Slight improve-
: incut wav noted this aftcniyoii, pliysi
j xians said,
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Receipts Moderate;
Choice Beeves Selling for
$17; Hogs Lower; Sheep
Omaha. April 24. JS18.
Cattle. Hogs Sh.-ep.
11.10 13.8 S S'.IO
10071 10.061 6.5IKI
6.200 If. 100 MOO
Three days this week 27.181 H.:5 17,888
Same days last week., 11, 248 60,723 13.218
Same days 1 wks. ago 24.401 43.4H0 21,64$
Same days 3 wks. ago 16 5 50,187 28.361
Same days year ago.. .12.201 17,9:1 16.1S8
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the 1'nlon Stock yards. Omaha, Neb., for
twenty-four hours ending at 1 o'clock p. nv,
April !4, 118.
R EC EtrTS C A R LO A PS.
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.. H'r's.
C M. St P 15 11
Missouri Paclflo ..4 S
Fnlon Pacific 78 6J 30
C. V N. W., east.. 10 4 1
C . N. W , west . . 81 8ti S 1
C. St. P., M. O.. 36 21
". H. q. east.. 1
C , B A Q.. west. . 43 30 I
C , R. 1. A P.. east i
C , K. 1. A P.. west 1 1
Illinois Central 8 I
Chi.. Gt. West 7 1
Totsl receipts ...336 223 18 1
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris A Co 1,011 3,518 593
Swift A Co 1.208 ,1,7S 1.384
Cudshy Packing Co.. 1.018 S.M !,078
Armour A Co 1,436 3.084 kll
Sehwarts A Co 827
J. W. Murphy 1.113
Lincoln Packing Co.
Wilson Packing Co...
W. B. Vansant Co... 61
Hill A Son
V. B. Lewis
Huntilnger A Oliver 16
.1. B. Root A Co
.T. H. Bulla 47
F. G. Kellogg.
Worthelmer A Degen K,3
Kills A Co
Mo., A Kan. Cslf Co. 108
linker, Jones A Smith 30
John Harvey 737
Dennis A Frsnrts.... 28
Pat O'Day 60
Other Buyer 481
Banner Bros 84
Total f.!71 16.786
Cattle Receipts of cattle were moderate
for a Wednesday, about 1.100 head, and th
three days' supply 27,400 head, has bean
about 4,000 smaller than for the first half
of last week. The market opened out Jusl
about steady with Monday on both beef
steers and cow stuff, and although trade
was not at any time very active, the early
supply changed hands In very good lesson
at the prices. Choice beeves are sel'lng up
around $17.00, and on Tuesday's lata mar.
ket a new top of $17.01 was registered. Year
lings and lightweight unfinished rattle were
slow and uneven sellers at the recent sever
decline. Stnikeis and feeder wer quot
Quotations on cattle: Beef steer, food
to choice beeves, $18. 00017. 00; fair to good
beeves, $18 001t18.00; common to fair
beeves, $11.60JjFi4.60; good to cholc year
lings. $13. 00 16.60; fair to good yearlings,
$I1.S012.60; common to fair yearlings, $9.00
91 LAO; cows and heifers: good to cholc
heifers, $12.60 13.60; good to choice sows,
$12 00(fl3.25; fair to good cows, B 0
11 60; common to fslr cows, I7.601fl.60.
Slockers and feeders: Prime feeders, $11.95
1612.60; good to choice fseders, 110.00
11.00; 11.00; fnlr to goodfeeders. 08.5001.60;
common to fair feeders, 07.6008. 60; food
to choice stookors. 11.10011.10; stock heif
ers, $S.60Jj10 50; stock cows, $7.60010.00;
stock calves, $8.50011.60; veal ralves, $1.00
13.00; bulls, stags, etc., $10 00011,00.
26 . .
Av. Pr. No. A. Tr.
818 $8 21 13 491 $1 26
17 790 18 00
11 683 10 60
4 490 11 25
10 HI II 76
61 1071 It 40
29 1161 16 66
8 1076 It 10
20 1288 14 16
3 1461 18 40
17 1431 1 60
40 1293 16 95
1 678 13 50
.1110 11 00
. 643 II 60
.1048 16 86
.1185 16 60
.1240 16 76
.1221 16 00
. 101 14 60
..1020 14 DO
1037 15 26
HogsWith e.islern .dvlces of lower prlc,
with a heavy run of hogs totaling! 11,300
head, or 276 cars, the market opened ex
tremely slow and, with th greptlon of a
few tales on th cholc lightweight order,
early bids were generally 10 and "6 cants
lower than yesterday's average. (Shippers
paid up hh high as $.7.26 fnr lightweights
and packers were Inclined to stick to th
early bids, and by mldforenoon scarcely any
sales had been made. Th prospect were
that the hulk would rang from $16.60 to
$16.80 and feeling was very bearish and
packer generally were alow In taking hold
of any of the offerings unless prices were
In accordance with their bids. Th market
was slow and 20 and 25 cents lower.
Sheep Receipts today wer 42 load, es
timated at 9.600 head, a trifle more than
were received for Monday and Tuesday
morning's. Th majority of stock sold
wero fat lambs of fairly good quality. The
market was slow In opening, and while
steady prices wer asked, there wer Indi
cations that It would close a trifle lower;
In fact, the few loads sold early Indicated
lower trend. Three car of alee year
lings sold for $18.00 and m load of shearing
lambs brought $20,70; a few loads of
clipped lambs went at 117.26 and $17.69.
Quotations on sheep: Good to cholc
Iambs, $30. 60 21.65; fair to good lamb,
$19.60020.60; fair to cholc yearlings, $16.26
17.00; fair to choice wethers, $14,500
17.00; fair to choice ewes, $13.76016.76;
feeder lamb, $18.00 011.60; spring lamb,
245 fed lamb 86
279 clip lambs 98
5 fed lsmlis 70
4 clip lambs 77
217 clip lamb 74
4 clip lamb 77
Nt. Iiouia Lira Stork Market.
St. Louis, April 24. Cattle Receipts, 3,
700 hewd; market steady; native beef
steers, $11.50iftl6.76; yearling steers and
heifers, $9.50if 15.00; cows, $7.60012.50;
storkers and feeders, $8.60011.00; fair to
prime southern beef steers, $10.00015.60;
beef cows and heifers, $6.00013.60; south
em yearling steers and heifers, $7.60010.00;
native calves, $7.75015.50,
Hogs Receipts, 1 3.700 head, market,
lower; lights $17.26017.40; pigs, 16.50
17.00; mixed and butchers, $17.15017.60;
good heavy, $16.85017.10; bulk. $17,000
Sheep Receipts, 400 head; market,
steady; lambs. $20.60$ 21.26; ewes, $16,000
17.00; wethers, $16.60017.00; manners and
Kansas CHy Live Mock Market.
Kansas flty April 24. Cattle Receipt.
1 1.000 head; market, steady; prime fed
steers, $16 26017.25; dressed beef steers
$15.25014.60; western steers, 114.26017.25;
cows, $7.7501. 00; heifers. $9.00014.00;
stockers and feedoni, $8.00013.76; bulls.
$8 60013.76; caives, $8.00013.00.
Hogs Receipt, 14,000 head; market,
lower; bulk, 417.00017.30; heavy, $17,000
17.26; packer and butcher. $17.10017.60;
light, $17.15017.40; pigs, $13.60016.75.
Sheep Receipts. 4,000 head; market,
steady; lambs, $20.50021.76; yearlings,
$16.50018.00; wethers, $16.00017.00; ewes,
$15. 00fo 16.76.
Chicago Uv Stock Market.
Chicago, April 24. Cattle Receipts, 11.
000 head; market weak; native steers
$10.25017.40; stockers and feeders, $8,300
12.40; rown and heifers, $6.90013.85; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 26,000 head; market,
lower; bulk, f 18.85017.40; light, $16,900
17.60; mixed. Hft.60iiH7.4O; heavy, 115.76(f
17.10; rough, $15.76016.26; pigs. $13,000
Sheep Receipts, 11,000 head; market,
weak; sheep, $13.00017.60; lambs. 16.600
Sioux City Lire Mock.
Rlotix City. Ia., April 24. tattle Re
otiilH. 2,500 head; market strong; beef
steers, $13.00! 17.00; fat cows and heifers,
$ 0i 1 1.00; canners, I7.SO08.5II; stockers
Mini feeders, $10.00012.50: calves, $8,000
13.60; bulls, stags, etc.. $3,00411.60; feed
Inn cows and heifers. $S ' 0 & 10.50.
Hogs Receipts, 10,1100 h'ad; market 10c
to 1.",e I.iwit; light. '$10.7541 10.90; mixed,
I li.liifff 1 li.HO; heavy. $ 1 1,. .Ml '11 1 1;. 75 ; pigs.
$1'S .'nit 17 25: hulk of sales. $Hi.G0' Hi. t il.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 200 head;
NEW YORK STOCKS
Automobile Shares Under Se
vere Pressure; Gain Made
by Specialties Domi- ,
nated by Pools.
New fork, April 24. Resumption of tiers .
man attacks on the western front account,
ed only In psrt for tha mixed conditions
which prevailed In today' tock market.
Th new Teutonic offensive Inspired cau '
Hon, but no pronounced effect upon ecur- ,
Itlee of recognised value.
Automobile shares wer subjected to se
vere Impairment, th proposed heavy cur.
tsllment of production and uncertain UI-
dond prospects of some of the better knownj
companies causing recessions of I to t
points in Studebaker, General Motors qif "
Ih several Maxwell Issues. With the 'ex
ception of Pacific Mall, which was fairly)
active and strong, shipping displayed all-bf
their recent slugglshnssa on limited offer
ings and rails were slightly lower. vea
Reading falling to hold Its occasional ad
vance. The few Impressive rain wer made by
sti cks obviously dominated by profession il
Inleiests or pools. American Sumatra Jo-,
bseoo established a new maximum on 'ti
rl.ie of 4 to 100, and several of th
chemical or fertiliser share scored extreme
gain of 1 to 3 points, International Paper
gaining 4 points.
Equipments, coppers, oils, Distillers' -8e ;
rurltles and Industrial Alcohol were ymn
pathetically higher, but for th moat part
surrendered to th active selling of tt
last hour. Gulf State Steel added I point
to Its recent advance, but seasoned Indus
trials of that class. Including United State j
Steel, wer unchanged or nominally lower:'
Bonds wera Irregular, Including th Lib
erty group, while internationals eased R)
lighter trading. Total sales, par value, ag- ,i
gregated $6,126,000. United States boorit '
old Issues, were unchanged on calL
Number of sales and qaotstlons on leading t
Rale. High. Low. Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar... 300 7344 TI1 114
American Can (.200 44 4 4114 fi t
Am, Car A Fndry. 2,400 7814 78 71
Am. Locomotive... 600 65 '4 (4V4 64 Mj
Am. 8. A Refng... 2.100 77 74 76H
Am. Sufar Refng , ... 104 14 ,
Am. Tel. A Tel... 1.700 1004 ti t
Am. Zinc. L. A S. 300 114 13V4 itu. '"-
Ansconda Copper.. MOO 44 (14 68V'
Atcnison 300 tt tt 184
A. O, A W. I. 8, L. 800 101 JOT ' 107 '' "
Baltimore A Ohio. 100 61 T4 tl4V 61''
Butte A Blip. Cop. 400 10 V. 1044 10 ' '
Cal. Petroleum , 164 '
Canadian Pacific. 1,100 1184 117 JI7Vi
Central Leather,., 1,600 (6 t 154
Chesapeake A Ohio , 614 '
C M. A 8t. Paul 11
Chicago A N. W II V4
C, R. I. A P. ctfl. 100 191 1684 1844
Chlno Copper 1,100 4114 4144 424, '
Coin. Fuel A Iron. 100 404 4044 40 . .'
Corn Prod. Refng.. 1,900 174 ! lilt!!1
Crucible Steel 1,100 64 444 44V,
Cuba Can Sugar. 1,800 194 18 44 18 44
Distillers' Security. 14,100 60S 414 i0
Erl J00 1444 1444 1444
General ICleetrlo 141 'I
General Motor.... 1,000 1144 1164 3144 r.
Great Northern pfd 100 89 S 89 8V
(It. N. Or otfs.... 1,100 104 21 14'
Illinois central It ,
Ilnsplratlnn Copper 11,000 14 6144 tl4
Int. M. M. pfd.... 4.400 SI 114 174
Inter Nickel 18 14 ."
Inter, Paper 27,200 414 ti 40V4
K. C. Southern.... 200 144 154 154
Ksnneoott Copper. 700 114 11 11, , '
Louis. A Nash 100 1124 1131 lit
Maxwell Motors.... 700 2644 244 214
Mex. Petroelura.... 12,400 14 114 124
Miami Copper...... 100 2844 2tA , 21i '
Missouri Psolfio... 400 214 SI S0!t
Montana Power..., ... 47
Nevada Copper.... 1,100 11 19 194
N. V . N. H. A H, , 100 29 18 Vi 214
Norfolk A West..., ... 104 ,
Northern Pacific ... ' 81 ,
Pacific Mail 100 11 104 10
Pennsylvania 1,100 44 44 44
Pittsburgh Coal 6.244
Ray Con. Copper. 400 26 1414 241 .
Reading 10,000 114 10 44 1 0'
Rep. Iron A Steel. 2,400 8144 804 804
(that. Arls. Cop 184
Southern Paclfla.. 600 1184 HH 824
Southern Railway. 1.600 114 104 10 Vs
Studebaker Corp.. 11,100 14 11 14
Texas CO ISO 14 144 144
Union Feclflo 100 110 1194 111
IT. H. Ind. Alcohol. 1,100 121 124 12t - -
U. 8. SUel 47,100 954, 14 14 '
U. S. Steel pfd 100 110 110 110
t t . v. r"r 1 ias in 11. aa 71 1. .
Wabash pfd. "B",,. 2,100 li II 13
Western Union.... 200 11 11 , ll4
Wrstlngh. Electric. 400 40 40 40 '
Total sales for th day, 400,000 har..j
New Vork Honey. U.'iZ
New York, April 24. Prim Mercantile
Paper Four and six month, ( per cnt.
Sterling Exchang Sixty-day bllPi.
$4.71; commercial sixty-day bills Ott
bsnks, 4.73; commercial sixty-day bills,
$4.71; demand, 14.76 7-l bid; cables,
$4.74 7-16. ,
Sliver Bar, 99 He; Mexican dollar, T7c.,
Bonds Government, strong; railroad, ir
regular. , . .
Tims Loans Steady 1 sixty days. f0f '"
per cent; ninety day and six months, $0
I per cent. ' 11
Call Money Firm; highest, 4 per tmy
lowest, 1 per cent; ruling rat, 4 par ont;i
closing bid, 1 per cnt; offered at 4 per
cent; last loan, 4 per eent.
U. 8. 2. reg... 17 Ot. N. 1st 4l..84
do coupon... 17 ill. Cent. ret. 4s It,
U. ' 3s, reg.. II Int. M. 11. ts... 11
ipon.... 99 K. C. 8. ret. Is T7
r . 3Vs...9.06'L. A N. unl. 4. Ill-
I'. . reg. ..10t M. K. A T. 1st 4s 62 ,
do eupon. . . .101 Mo. Pae. gen. 4s 17 .
Am. For. Sec, 6s 96 Mont. Power t.. 11 .
A. T. A T. c. 5 92 N. T. C. dab. Is, ll,
Anglo-French 6 10'N. Pae. 4S....I0..1
Armour A Cot 84 do ts 64'.
Atchison gen. 4 81 0. S. L. rf. 4. 11'
Bal. A O. 0. 4 l 71 Pao. T. 4k T. Is l.:t
Beth. St. r. 6. II Penn. eon. 44. 164' K
Cnt. Leather 6a. 14 do gen. 4.. ItW--?
Cent. Pao. 1st.. 80 Reading gn. 4. Ilts. y
Che. A O. cv, 6s 798. L. A S. F. a. Is 41'
C, B. A Q. ). 4s 11S. Pae. or. ts... 13 . f.,
C. M. A 8. P 0 4s 71B. Railway ts... II '
C. R. I. APr. 4 It Tex. A Pao. 1st 14 .'
Colo. A S. r 4 70Unlon Paolflo 4s 17V
D. A R. O. r. 6s 4IU. 8. Rubber ts. 78,,,
D. of C. 6s, 1111 91 U. 8. Steel Is.. 7y,
Erie gen. 4a 68 Wabash 1st..... 13 .
Gen Electrlo 694 French gov't l 96
e fcV '
London, April 24. Silver Bar, 4ld peV,:,:
Money At 1 pr cent. 4"
Discount Rat -Short bill. 1 per ear '
three months, 11-14 per cent. . .
New Tork, April 14. The market fot
coffee future wa more active today. There, V(
was liquidation of May In preparation toil.
notices which may be Issued tomorrow as
Friday will be a holiday and there was also
Wall Street or foreign selling of some of
the Inter deliveries. These offerlnge wer
readily absorbed after an opening decline of v
three point, r.cwever, with trade Interests'
the most prominent buyer, and at one time
active months were 3 to I points net higher.
Part of these gain wa lost In the later . -trading
with May closing at a net decline
of 6 points, while later deliveries were 1
point lower t-i 4 point higher. May sold
off from 8.28c to 6.21c whll December
fluctuated between 8 61c and 8.58c. May .
8.20c; July, 8.37c; September, t.44o; October..,
8.47c; December, 1.66c; January, I.61C;., ,
March, 1.72c. ...... s
Spot Coffee Dull: ftlo 7a, 8c; Santo Is,'.'
11c. Sales of about 8,000 bag of 8antOf..
coffees were reported In the cost and freight,
market, Including Santo 4 and 6s at -
1.85c, London credits. .' ,
The official cable reported a decline OI.
60 rela In the Rio market. Santos spot - ,
were unchanged and future unchanged to-.
25 rel lower. Santos cleared 35,000. bag,, ,
fnr Now Tork. Brazilian port receipts 23.?! '
000 bag. .,. -.
M. Joseph Lle Stock. v.w
St. Joseph, Mo.. April 24. Cattle R:'
rlepts. 3.600 head; market higher, steers -$12.00017.10:
cows and heifers. $7.O014.5H
calves, $7.00012.00. "' r
Hogs Receipts, 8,000 head: market low"
er: top. $17.35; bulk of sale. 116.100 f
Sheop and Lamb Receipts. 1.100 . head";;1 "
market lower; lambs, 118. 00021.16; ewes,''
$10.00016.50. ' t.i'.
Dry Goods. "'' Z
New Tork, April 24. Cotton good and
yarns here today were easier In first hand,
as a consequence of price fixing fears, The '
taking over of the wool clip at a price
ruling on July 30, 1917, was a distinct' u-r
prise to the trade and will have a wide effect ,!
upon prices for good later on. Raw silk,
was firm. ... ,
Kansas City Grain. ". '"'
Kansas City, Mo., April 24. Corn No. 1
mixed, $1.0401.68; No. 2 white, $1.75 01.73;.
No. 3 yellow, $1.6601.69: May, 11. 27;' :
Oats No. 2 whit. 88 6 87c; No.
mixed, 84084c. '
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City. April 21. Butter aud-l'os
gas Firsts. Mis
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