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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2G. 1918.
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HELP WANTED.
1 ' Male and Female,
"VHji Men, ladlea end
box, learn
learni! .,i..,.r i..
strictly modern. Call or writ
Jodg St. Trl-CUy Barber College.
D. 1147.
GIRLS. Boy and Men
can obtain ateady em
ployment and good
wage at
tGGERSS-0;FLYING CO.,
Fifteenth and Loaven
, worth Street.
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"As XED IMMEDIATELY Men, women,
veniment war positions, 1100 month.
..llto for list Franklin Institute, Dept.
"If r Pnxhaatar. M
MOL
R Barber College want young men
lmdiea to learn the barber trade. Call
an
S'-lwrlte lor free catalogue. 110 a 14th
ol-j Omaha. Neb.
Mlp wanted female
Stores and Offices.
wa;
ttf'rirrt Yniin ' ladv for file clerk one
wJth high achool education preferred;
Jod chance for advancement; atate edu
i'Vtion. age, experience It any. Box (431,
knaha Bee,
ETED Office girl for light work In
in,'. AfflpA Annlv Frldav morning.
to 11 o'clock. (31 City National Bank
ulldtng.
fcNOGRAPHER and clerk, bank, out of
lown, ML
:STEKN REFERENCE A BOND A5S N
S1jBNOQRAPHERS, 90-S5-78-66-o0.
lookkeeper. $85-$75-$65.
iriTTa vitt rn iur 1st NaL Bk.
Ir a good position of ant kind
!EE VS AT ONCE.
THE CANO AGENCY, (00 BEE BLDQ,
Professions and Trades.
OIRL! GIRLS I
tinted Twenty-five girl to work In pack
ing department; 89 per week to start,
IT EN BISCUIT CO.,
10th and Capitol Ave.
WANTED MACHIX1-: GIRLS.
Nebraska Tent & Awning
J , Co.
1204 Farnam Street.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Professions and Trades.
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.
15 GIRLS WANTED
TO HELP WIN THE WAR
Canvas work. Power machines.
Experience not necessary.
Apply Forelady, Third Floor.
Scott-Omaha Tent & Awn
ing Co.,
1501 HOWARD ST.
WANTED 20 girls, experience on power
aewlng machines. Experienced operators
can earn from 112 to $15 per week. LIg.it,
clean, steady work. Two weeks' guaran
tee given new beginners. Omaha Auto
Top Co., 709-11 South 15th St.
WANTED A lady masseuse at the LaBelle
Bath Institute. 1608 Harney. Doug. 7046
TWO . LADIES to fearn haTrdreaslngT
. Madams Wilson, 1510 Douglas 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 6 o'clock.
' Household and Domestic.
WANTED Girl between 25 and 35 years of
age for general housework and to 'care
for IS months old baby. Wages $10
per week. Must bs able to take 'full
, charge and have city references. Call
Colfax 13(8.
WANTED White girl for general house-
work In family of three; ne general
' washing; house cleaning all done. Refer-
ences necessary. Tel. Walnut 1755,
TO THE OIRL who desires to work In a
' home where good treatment Is extended
and wages fairly good, wUl do well by
calling Harney 4286 or Harney 2268.
WANTED Competent white girl for gen
eral housework where second girl 1 kept.
- No washing. Mrs. W. D. Hostord, 526 8.
87th St. Harney 87.
WANTED A motherly woman aa houae
keeper In family of two. "Apply to O. E.
Bin hart at Benos, Council Bluffs, for par-
tieulars.
, WHITE girl to assist with light housework,
small family. Phone or write Mrs. J. J.
Qrabow, 4902 Walnut St., Omaha, Neb.
WHITE girl t5 assist with housework; house
cleaning done; good wage and small fam
lly. Call Walnut 8686. 6008 Capitol Ave.
WANTED At once, white girl for general
. housework; no cooking or washing. Tel
' ephone Harney 4672. 1335 S. 36th Ave.
' , WANTED Competent maid for general
.housework; no washing; three In family;
good wages. Harney 6428.
WANTED An experienced white girl for
general housework. Mrs. Ralph Peters,
' 614 S. 40th. Harnoy 205.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
, ' Mrs. A. D. Peters. 1931 S. 33d St. Tele
V phone Harney 6272.
WANTED An experienced eecoild glrL Ap
ply to Mrs. C. T. Kountze, 3925 Dewey
- avenue. Harney 224.
WANTED A good laundress with good
references. Apply Mrs. W. H. McCord,
620t. Davenport St.
s. WANTED Dining room girl at County
Hospital, $26.00. room board and washing.
" Tel. Harney 662.
: . 'WANTED A girl for general housework,
no washing, $8 a week. Telephone Har
. ney 6072.
, YOUNG white girl to help with child and
: light work; good home. Telephone Wal
nut 1621,
CAPABLE girl for general housework- two
- .In family. (04 South 36th Street. Har
j. ney 4355. .
WANTED A girl or woman to do general
housework. Call Tyler 1918; ask for Jesse
Smith.
WHITE girl to asstyt with the housework;
mall family. 6008 Capitol Ave. Walnut
8686.
iV ANTED A competent cook at 208 S, 33d
St. Tel. Harney 1647.
GlRL for general housework; no washfngT
Harney 607.
?IRL for general housework; no washing.
Harney 2238.
EDUCATIONAL
Van S.ant School of Business
Day and Evening Schools.
lit Omaha National Bank Bldg
Dousrlns 5S90
EDUCATIONAL .
BOYLES COLLEGE.
DAY SCHOOL.
NIGHT SCHOOL.
- Every day la enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy. typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer.
clal and English branches. Catalogue tree.
90YLES COJLLEGE.
Douglas 1566. 8tn nd HlTS-'t-f.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished 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
every week.
SUITE of front rooms. (4 per week; would
like to get plain working people; every
thing furnished; act quickly; snap. 615
S. 25th Ave.
LARGE desirable room facing Turner Park.
Beautiful West Farnam district. Walking
distance. 116 S. 81st Ave.
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine. (08 North 17th St Reason
able rent.
MODERN furnished rooms at the Sunshine
apartments. (08 N. 17th 8t $1.50 per
week.
818 S. 19TH ST. Close-in, two large nicely
furnished rooms.
SIX rooms, modern house. 1016 S. 20th St;
815 per month. '
Housekeeping Rooms.
3007 SOUTH 20TH ST., two-room
apartment, furnished complete for house
keeping 814 per month; would care for
child during day. Red 6287.
2822 Farnam Three- nice housekeeping
rooms, electrlo lights, gas range, sink, re
frigerator. MODERN, nicely furnished rooms; beauti
ful location; no children. Harney 6664.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
2018 Harney St.
NICE clean
Howard.
housekeeping rooms, 1611
Board and Room,
EXCLUSIVE modern room and board to re
fined business people. Home cooking.
Instantaneous heater, lawn and shad,-.
Walking distance. Reference exchanged.
Box 6405 Bee.
20 8. 33D, THE BRANSFORD HOTEL
Is a new and modern fireproof building,
home surroundings, for refined people;
select neighborhood: excellent service.
Unfurnished Rooms.
TWO or three unfurnished rooms to young
girl cr couple without children. 1514 N.
17 th St.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Wrst.
2502709 Farnam; 2 bath rooms, eloctrlc
lights; excellent location.
GLOVER & SPAIN.
Douglas 3862. 919-20 City Nafl Bk.
FOR RENT May 1st, eight-room new brick
house, modern In every respect. 2617 Hsr
ney St., $50. Young & Doherty, 122
Brandels Theater Bldg. Doug. 1571.
GARDEN, 4128 N. 38th, 6-r., $16.
8018 Marcy, 7 rooms modern, 835.00. John
N. Frenzer, Douglas 664.
North.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
Five room modern house. Strictly first
class. 2731 Seward. $15.
4 LARGE rooms with bath, second floor, $10.
Also barn. 26o9 Seward St. Tel Red 682
South.
5-ROOM Cottage, 2470 South 18th St. $12.50
monthly. H. W Binder, Douglas 1264.
1820 Vinton street
en?fcf?xcopt heat.
Six large rooms, mod'
Phone D. 7701.
Miscellaneous.
HAVE two furnished houses for rent.
Prices $60.00 and $30.00 per month re
spectively. F. J. FITZGERALD,
140 Bee Bldg.
Harney 1745. Douglas 4313.
2028 GRACE ST., 8-r., mod. house, $20.
1816 Corby St., 6-r., pt. mod. house, $17.50.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO.,
805 S. 18th St. Douglas 721.
REALTORS.
$10105 S. 2Slh, 4 rooms, newly papered,
$352852 St. Mary's, 12 rooms, furnace.
$45 2007 St. Mary's, 10 room mod., brick.
Rlngwalt Bros., Brandels Thea. Bldg.
HOUSES
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS & CO., BEE BLDG.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY,
Realtors. Tyler 729.
Shopen A Co., Rentals. Douglas 4228.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
West.
MONTEREYE Apartments, 145 N. J Kb, St.
6 rooms, $56.00.
8 rooms, $35.00.
KLOKE INVESTMENT CO.
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers during summer; best location, 24th
and Farnan. Prices reasonable. Call D.
1472.
316 N. 25TH Duplex flat. 7 rms., $32.60.
ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO.,
Tyler l.r.3i. 333 Securities Bldg.
SUBLEASE, 3-room apartment, with five
room accommodations, $35. Call Harney
25X0.
North.
BEAUTIFUL, strictly modern, four and
five room apartment. Sethlow Ter
race, 16th and Yates. Webster 932 and
Webster 4328.
South
6-ROOM apartment; strictly modern; Jani
tor service; desirable location, Doug. 6392.
Miscellaneous
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists In Apartment management.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
Stores.
STORE FOR RENT loth and Douglas, 20x
60, steam heat, rent $116 per month.
WORLD REALTY CO.
Douglas 6342. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN store, 16th near P. O. Low rent.
Q. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
THE Bee building has offices that will
please you. Better Investigate. Key
stone Investment Co.. Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED A small bungalow or cottage,
not too far out. State rent. Box 6458,
Omaha Bee.
MOVING AND STORAGE
FREE
RENTAL
SERVir-rc
FIDELITY
Phone Dougla 288 for complete
iisi or vacant houses and apart
ments Also for storage, moving.
mm ana Jackson Sts.
J C REEH Express Co., Moving.
t. J. 1UUU Packing and Storage.
I07Farnam 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 a you would
an order for new furniture. That' the way
we do It. Ask to see our dally rental lists
FIREPROOF WiHir.wnTTCw
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
hipping.
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 8. 16th. Dougla 4168.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real servlc In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West.
New 5-Room Bungalow
and One Quarter Acre
$250 cash and $25 per month buys brand
,M bungalow, oak floors and hardwood
.finish throughout. Located a 43d and
Oak Sts. Price $2,975.
.The Byron Reed Co.
' Plioii" Douglas 297. 212 S. Klh.
vi:st
KAKNAM ti-room liuncu Imv. ait '
modern, lot 60x128. fine shade trees. Pr. I
$3,500. C. A. Urinimtl.' i'hviis D. mi. I
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
North.
KOUNTZE PLACE -OWNER
LEAVING CITY
Seven rooms, strictly modern, full two
story house; 4 rooms on the first floor
finished in oak floors and oak woodwork;
J rooms and open sleeping porch on second
floor; full cement basement, furnace heat;
large lot, on paved street; paving paid.
Price of this property Is 14,000, to be
handled on reasonable terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
537 Om. Nat. Bk. Rldg. D. 1781.
DAJfDY COTTAGE BARGAIN
PRICE ONLY $2,100.
Five rooms and bath, partly modern,
choice south front lot, 43x142 feet. $S00
down and $20 per month. Near 24th
and I .a rim ore Ave.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
701 Om, Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
4 ROOMS 2 LOTS
Have a foui'-room house, In good repair,
which I will sell on easy payments. Has
city water and electric lights. Phone
Douglas 3628.
HOUSE AND GARAGE, $3,500.
Square style, ( rooms and bath, all
modem, nice garage, large lot, paving
paid, near 16th and Evans Sts.; $500 cssb,
balance monthly.
TEBBENS. THE REALTOR.
605 Omaha Nat. Bank. Phone D. .2181.
6-R., nearly now, oak finish; 2-story home,
garage, on paved Plnkney, 13,500; 1500
cash.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne BMg., Tyler 111.
WE SELL, Rent, Insure and make Loans
on City property, North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames Ave. Col. Jit.
KOUNTZE PLACE Modern s-room bouse.'
full basement, large lot, close to car. Price
13.360. Norrls A Norrls. D. 4270.
Ml"N NHS litis A home nd'Tota o f f e rt h e
beet opportunity so Invest your money.
Phone Tvler 187.
South
U-P.OOM mod. house, Hanseom Park dis
trict, hardwood finish. 8300 cash.
V. 11. HATES.
61 Om. Nat. nit. Bldg. Pong. 1294.
Miscellaneous.
SIX HOME BARGAINS
4522 N. 86T1I ST. Five rooms and bath on
one floor; large floored attic; full
cemented basement; oak floors, col
onnade and finish In living and din
lng rooms; large built-in kitchen
cabinet; strictly mod.! electricity, gas,
city water, sewer; half block to car;
two blocks to school, $3,150; $500
cash, bal. monthly.
1817 Locust St. Six rooms, den and bath
all strictly modern; on paved street
paving all paid; two blocks from car
line; fine residence section. $3,150;
$500 rash, bal. monthly.
3490 Taylor St. Seven rooms and bath,
all strictly mod.; oak floors; one
block to car, $2,650; $300 cash, bal.
monthly.
S494 Taylor St. Five rooms and bath: all
strictly mod.; oak floors; one block to
car; $2,650; $300 cash, bal. monthly.
401! Nicholas St. Seven rooms and bath;
all strictly mod.; cathedral district;
g block to car, $3,200; $500 cash, bal.
monthly.
44th Ave. and Pratt Four rooms and two
lots; new neighborhood; four blocks
to enr, $1,850; $75 cash, bal. $18 mo.
Call Wal. 3613 for Appointment to Show
Properties.
Chas. Henning & Son,
BUNGALOW.
New, (-room stucco; oak finish; nicely
decorated; fine location; near car line.
Price, $4,000. Term. 1600 cash, balance
monthly.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Blk.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
202 S. 17th St. Douglas 6018.
W. FARNAM SMTtH- CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St Doug. 1084.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your home or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
Electric Bldg. Tyler 86.
BUSINESS property and Investment.
A. P. TUKEY and SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist
15th and Dodge Bte. Douglas 416.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
7-ROOM house, modern except heat. Cash
value $2,600, will trade for house In
Aberdeen, S. D. O. A. Erlandson, Het
tinger, N. D.
WILL take touring car worth $1,000 on 160
acres near Gordon, Sheridan Co.; land
mostly good black loam; act quickly. D.
1472.
GOOD Omaha residence property to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease. 211 Bran. Th. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Investment
MOST UNUSUAL
BARGAIN
Owner desire to sell at once a very
desirable, almost new, double brick flat,
rented for $840 per year. Located close
in. Price only $7,800. Want offer at one.
Call Dougla 1471.
REAL ESTATE- Unimproved
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$1 DOWN, tl A WEEK.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
HIGH and sightly Dundee lots, $876 to
$1,160. Easy terms, loan arranged for
building purpose. Phone D. 5074, Shuler
ft Cary. Realtor.
Benson.
A HALF ACRE
PLOWED and PLANTED
$25 CASH $7 A MONTH
Also, use of adjoining half-acre free;
also plowed and harrowed ready to plant.
The one piece Is planted to potatoes. This
Is a beautiful level piece, high, sightly
and an Ideal home site; easy walking dis
tance to end of Benaon car line. Buy
this and put In a garden at once. Price
only $550. I
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1614 HARNEY ST.
Phone Tyler 50.
BIG BENSON SNAP
ONLY $3,200. Act Quickly
Ground 75x128; nice garden, plenty
of fruit, chicken house; permanent
walks all around; nifty S-roomj mod
ern house, excellently located 2540
No. 65th St. (Benson). 11-2 blocks
south of car line. Direct from Owner.
FAIRACRES
1 About 1 acres on Dodge street. In
Falracres, This I a nice, south front,
close to beautiful home, and la the
cheapest acresge In this high-class dis
trict. Price for quick sale, $3,450.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
Qflfl FIRST NAT'L.
BK. BLDG.
FHON
TYLB
7 ACRES
Northwest of Ber
Some of the finest valley
land
PTac-
that can be had near Omaha:
tlcnlly level. In good location.;
'Jre land
YH mile
Is increasing In value fast;
1rom west Benson,' paved roj
motor
fery easy
tn or four
eh.
Harney St.
bus lino. Price $500 per aol
terms; will divide and sell
acres if seven acres is toi
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1
PHONE TY
r
."--It. mod., oak finish; lot
son, $;.2.'0; $00 cash;
RASP URV8: iJO Kuelsno
4-'. In
Bon-
: fact.
, Tyler 731.
i
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Dundee.
DUNDEE HOME
4802 UNDERWOOD AVE.
Owner has Instructed us to cut the
price for quick sale on this nearly new
7-room home, which Is located on a
corner lot, south and east front, on
paved street, within one block of far
line. Has reception hall, dining room,
living room and kitchen ou first floor;
three bedrooms and sleeping porch (en
closed so that It practically makes 4
bedrooms) on second floor; also stair
way to attlo for store room: full bnse
ment; oak floors on first floor. Only
takes (500 cash to hnndle, balance the
same as rent Please do not bother the
tenant, but cstll us up by 'phone If you
want to go through the house.
HASTINGS HEYDEN, 1614 HARNEY ST.
Phone Tyler 60.
DUNDEE SPECIAL
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
$5,150
8 rooms, modern, oak floors through
out; living room, dining room, kitchen
and den on the first floor, Including fire
place and built-in bookcases; 4 large bed
rooms 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 else lot: con
venient to car. This will be sold Monday
without fall. Terms.
GLOVER & SPAIN v
DniiRlas 3962.
M-!0 City National
GOOD DUNDEE HOME
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION This is
a 7-room, 2-story, well built, modern
nome, with reception room, living room
nnd dining room. flMihed In quarter
sawed oak. Kitchen, 4 bedrooms and
bath room finished In quarter sawed
pine. Garage, paved alley. South front
lot. 60x128 feet. Price, $5,250. Reason
able amount down; balance monthly
like rent. Key at our office. Location
60th and Underwood Ave.
GEORGE & CO., D. 756
NEW DU.Nl'Ki; nW 111 NtiAI.uW 6
room on one floor: bookcus s. colonnades,
sun room; 83.S50; only J3.' 0 ca -li. t'iii mo.
Oil days Pong. :suo.
Florence.
" TWO ACRES
Northwest of Minne Lusa
Two Blocks to Car
$13.75 Down, $13.75 Month
This ground lies fine, with general east
slope, faces cast; only 2 blocks to car Hue;
fine place for a future home, poultry and
fruit Price $1,;;7,".. Call Tyler 50 and
ask for Mr. XIanvllle.
HASTINGS & IIKYIIKW 1614 HARNEY ST.
Acreage.
CATHEDRAL DISTRICT.
Beautiful corner lot, 42d and Burt
streots, paved. An excellent location for
contractor or as an Investment. On ac
count of draft must sell. See Mr. Nolet,
Fontenelle hotel.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OK
FARM.
Widow ha ( five-room houses, ons 7
room, modern house, one 8-room modern
house and 2 modern store buildings; all
woll 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. & K. E. MONTGOMERY.
218 City National Bank Building.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 8-room house and bungnlows with
$300 to $600 down. Call Osborne Renlty
Co. Tyler 496. 701 Om, Nnt. BankDldg.
WISH to buy 6 or 7-room modern housed
Hanscom Park; West Farnam or Dundee
district preforred. Give description, loca
tlon, lowest price for cash. Box 4288, Beo.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULVIIIILL,
100 Brsndels Theater Bldg. Phone T). it
WANTED TO RENT From five to 10
acres of unimproved land. Webster 1367.
WANTED Moder.i flat, value $30,000 to
640,000. Address P. O. Box473, Onawa. la.
MEET me at F. D. WeaiTa Office
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Arkansas Lands.
MAY 7TH.
Our next excursion to McOehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK, 201 NEVILLE BLK.
Colorado Lands.
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
large city. Will sell in tracts of 160 acres
or more. Price $35 per acre. Terms, $5
per acre cash, balance ten annual pay
ments 6 per cent. Will consider part
cash and trade. Also 6,000 acres of dry
farming land In Crowley county, Colorado,
$ 5 per acre; also New Mexico 60,000-acre
Mitch, with water rights for 7,000 acres.
A Idress B. H. Tallmadge, Pueblo, Colo.
COLORADO offer great opportunities for
farmers of moderate means to secure
farm home on very easy term. Inform
us location desired. For free book and
map and special railroad rate writ
Floyd C. Tallmadge, Colonization Agent
Kans.-Colo. Ry Co., Flrt National Bank
Bldg., Pueblo. Colo.
LISTER Old resident who refused to pay
$1.26 acre for Eastern Colorado land 10
year ago are paying 810 to $25 now; Ne
braska and Iowa parties buying largely
since they found could save commissions
by buying direct from W. 8. Pershing, ex
mayor of Llmon, Colo; 8,200 acres sold Ne
braska and Iowa parties last week
FOR SALE XK 7-6s-48w, Yuine Co.,
Colo. Unimproved. Lay smooth, fine
soil. Mtge $1,100, 6 pet., two years to
run. Price $2, SOP. This Is a snap. R.
M. Oauthom, 302 Schwelter Bldg, Wichi
ta, Kan.
Mt' :aska Lands.
I AM (I
I.VG UP THE FAMOUS
'):, i li..:-:oN FARM.
My olliii:. . r rtrphenson, has become
temporarily, i t lfa:t, a physical wreck
and his do in a: Unit he must not do
a bit of v.nr;. fur : t b ast a year or more.
I was never ; bio before to get Mr.
Stephenson tn I t me cut the place up.
When he saw hi health was falling he
was persuad' M to s.-n out, but made the
term so rigul and htrong that I was un
able to fin'! a man big enough to handle
i he plai-e. I bave a contract with
.tj Steph' i. -'.li allowing me to cut the
place up into 10-acre tracts and I can
now sell you from this famous old farm
hi SO-acre tract or any multiple thereof.
I have to the first day of June to sell
i his place at $30 per acre. The part with
i lie buildings on I will have to sell In a
H'.O-aire tract. Outside of that, I can sell
any M on the place. Some of the SOs have
us high as 50 acres under cultivation,
others are entirely In grass, cutting good
Acheat grass hay. Some of them have run
ning water aud timber, while others are
all prairie. .The land lies 7' miles from
Crawford and about four miles from
f!len and about three miles from Fort
Robinson depot and loading station. The
soil Is a nice sandy loom soil, with a clay
.subsoil, and' It is well said of It that It
will produce snythlng to which It is
seeded. Wouldn't you like sn 80-acre farm
from this place? '
Write me for nlats and descrlntlons. free
for the asking. Also descriptions sndn
prices of other plsces.
ARAH L. HUNGERFORD.
Crawford, Dawes County, Nebraska.
A First Class Grain and Dairy Farm
For Sale 400-acre well Improved farm,
close to Kearney, Buffslo county. Neb.
All level, good land, on Platte river bot
tom, nearly all In cultivation, good build
ings. Price, $70 per acre. For further
Information call on
A. NELSON.
BODINSON FARM. KEARNEY, NEB.
A SNAP
640 ACRES $2,600
We can deliver Section 2D, Township 17,
Range 30, McPherson County, Nebraska,
for $2,600 cash, for Immediate acceptance.
5 per cent commission to agents.
PARISH INVESTMENT COMPANY,
f,14 Grand Ave. Temple, Kansas City, Mo.
FOR SALE Improved farm, 240 acresTTss
than four miles from Falrbury. Nebraska.
$N6.00 per acre. Purchaser ran assume
$9,000 morigage. This Is certainly a
snap. Address, Gleng W. Martens, Pierre,
South Dakota.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For beat lands at best
prices wr"e leo Antlll, Blair. Neb
-RANCH ES of all sises and" iilnds easT
term A a Patzmsn. 301 Karbach Blk
CHUIC'E FAllUb. Nllasuo." 422 Uuo bdg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
New York Lands.
304 acres, 36 miles from Buffalo, 1 mile
from cheese factory, churches, store;
school on farm, dark loam soil. 40 acres
timber, llvlns springs, 3 houses, barn 80
by 90 haseinei.t stable, concrete floor, silo.
Including 62 head cnttle, 11 horses, 4
hoes, 60 hen, all fodder, complete farm
ing equipment. Price $12,500. Easy
terms. Free list. Kill Bros., Sprlngville.
N. Y.
WKWb FOR C ATM.OGI'' BTglvliig" descriV"
tions, terms, prices, etc, on hundreds of
forms for sale; free for the asking. Square
Deal Realty Co., 42 The Florenvt, Syra
cuse, N. y , T. Black, mgr.
Wisconsin Lands.
OWN a farm. ve haveTome (if "ThT choicest
land In the heart of the vtry best sec
tion of the Ctovar Belt or Centra! Wis
consin. Low prices. Easy terms. Write
for booklet and map. John 8. Owen
Lumber Co. wen, Clark County. Wis.
Wyoming Lands.
Wll i: Tl. AND Wyoming farms. 150 per a..
Including paid-up wtiter rights. Henry
Levi C M Rvlander. 854 nmsha Nat l
FARM LAND WANTED
FARMS WANTED.
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to keep It.
E. P. SNOWDEN SON,
423 8. 15th. Douglus S71.
WANTED 20,000 acres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land, Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box Y 467, Omaha Bee.
WE have clients who will pay cash for bar
gains In western land. White A Hoover,
"malm VaVI Jank nidg
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
I I tK AUT1FUL team mures and horse, dappl
j isriy and cream, silver mane and tall, (
' und 7-vear-old. J.S0O tiounda will neil
at great ssorlfloa for cah. I am unable
to care for them. Mrs. Shears, 2408 Jones
St., on block north 24th and Leaven
worth. $.'sj WILL buy honest pair farm mares.
7 yesrs old, 2,700 pounds; true workers
and sound. Must sell as I have no
further use for them. Also 1,300-pouud
dapple gray mare, 2212 Douglas.
BAROA IN-Ft iR-t'ASHi.200-ib 6-year
old dapple gray mae, not city broke, will
ell reasonable to farmer, also chunkv
built horse, harness and wagon, suitable
for gardner. 817 S. !3d St.
FoUSALEYouiigeisier'ed " Holstein "biiiii
of high class. Price right. E. O. Goodlax
son, Kimball, 8. D.
FUR SALE 20 Holsleln rows and heifers.
Apply F. Bliss, .,M Exchange Bldg ,
Mouth Omaha. A
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, piano and notes aa security.
810. 6 mo., II. good, total, $3.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Securities Hldg.. 10th. Farnam. Ty. 666.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AN1 JEWELRY
1(' SMALLER LOANS. OO
A O W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1R12. 10
6TH FLR SECURITIES BLDG. TY. 860.
DIAMONDS AND J EWELRY LOANS..
Lowest rstes. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashnrk. 1614 Dodge. t 6618 Est 1K81
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
WHITB ROCK EGGS $L 60 per setting,
from mated pens. South 3139.
lll'KK orphlngton i gus. $1 a setting.
Thoroughbred stock, lied S:tilo,
FINANCIAL
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
7 4 PER CENT IXTKRKST.
First farm debentures, amply secured,
convertible as payment on land or Indi
vidual mortgages, at purchaser's option,
denominations $100, $500, $1,000 and up.
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
MjMst Nat' Hank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WE want 100 mortgage on Omaha resi
dences: funds on hand for quirk cloalng
E. II. LOUGEE, INC.,
63840 Keellne Bldg.
DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar start n account,
OMAHA LOAN ft BLDG ASSOCIATION
i.O A N 3 ON C1T Y PROPERTY.
VV. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
FARM LOANS. CI Vt
PAUL PETERSON. M O
8i4 BRANDEI8 THEATER BLDQ.
" II. "W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
Clty National Bank Bldg
OMAHA HOMESEAST NEB. FARMS'
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1716.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, 6U and 6 Per Cent.
J. H. DUMONT Co., Keellne Bldg.
LOW RATES O. O. CARLHERG, 111 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 685.
P1 Cll MONKV.
O 2 i HARRISON ft MORTON,
919 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investmei.t Co., Omaha.
Private Money.
RHOPEN ft COMPANY. Douglas 4228.
Coffee Market.
New York, Av-rll 25. Spot coffee, Rio 7s,
8 '4c; Santos 4s, 11c. No fresh offers were
reporte In the cost and freight market. The
amount of coflce afloat has increased about
176.100 bags during the last week.
The official cables showed no rhsnga In
Bra11 except Santos futures, which wore
unchanged to 25 rels lower. Braslllan port
receipts, 32,000 bags.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., April 26. Turpentine
Firm, SHHc; sales 633 hbls. ; receipts, 47
bbls.; shipments, 164 bbls.; stock, 23,016
hbls.
Rosin Firm; receipts, 776 bbls.; ship
ments, 751 bbls.; stock, 96,718 bbls. Quote;
H. $5.20Sf 6.25; D. E, F, G, II, I, $5.30; K,
$6.501 '5.65; M, $5.75EI5.80; N, tS.00.80;
WG, $6.606.65; WW, $6.90.
Chicago Produce.
Chicago, April 25. Butter Market un
changed. Eggs Receipts, 18,918 cases; msrket un
changed. Potatoes Market higher; receipts, 24
cars; Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota,
bulk, I1.101.2S; sacks, $1,25tPl.J0.
Poultry Alive, tl1arket higher; fowl, lOo.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, April 25.--Corn No. 2 mixed,
$1.6701.70; No. 2 white, $1.801.87; No.
2 yellow, $1.6791.70; May, 21.27; July,
$1.63T4.
Oats No. ! white, 86'i87c; No. t mlxe.d
4'i86c.
St. louls Grain.
St. Louis, April 25. Corn Sn. 2, $1.77;
No. 4 white, $1.00; June, $1.61',,, nominal;
July. $1.61 bid.
Oats No. 2, 86c: No. S white, 88"488o;
May. 84',ic; July, 74 14 bid.
New York Dry Honiin Market.
New York, April 25. Cotton goods market
here today was easier and wool goods steady.
Governmont requisitions for cloths Increased
steadily and loans were taken from civilian
orders rapidly.
New York Cotton Market.
Cotton futures rinsed unsettled; May,
20.62c; July, 26.04c; October. 26.55c; De
cember, 26. S5c; January, 25.16c, spot, quiet;
middling, 27.65c.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansss City, Mo., April 26. Butter and
Poultry Unchanged.
Eggs Firsts, 32 14c
Pultun Linseed.
Duiuth, Minn., April 25. Linseed $4 04
4.104 ; arrive, $l.044; May, $4.041 bid;
July, $4.04 asked; October, $3.55
New York ftugar.
New York. April 25. Sugar Raw, steady i
centrifugal, 6.006c; fine granulated. 7.45c.
Guarantee Asked for Safety
Of Russian Black Sea Fleet
Moscow, April 25. M. Tchitcherin,
the Bolshevik foreign minister, has
asked Germany, according to the offi
cial news agency, to pive a guarantee
that the Austrian Black Sea fleet,
while remaining at Sebastopol, will
not be seized or damaged by forces
of the central powers and the allies
now advancing into the Crimea, nor
by any other naval or military forces
of tht alliance.
The foreign minister lias taken this
action, it is added officially, as he has
heard that the Germans intend to
blockade Sibastopol with submarines.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Liberal Run of Cattle Thurs
day; Light Buying on Hog
Market ; Sheep Trading
Slow.
Omaha, April 24, 1618.
Cattle, iloga. Sheep
Receipts were;
Official Monday ..
Official Tucada, . . .
Official Wednesday
Estimate today....
... .11.108 1J,K6 2 690
10,1173 '.8,068 6,588
7.818 16,584 8.105
6.000 Li,000 4.200
Four day this week.. 85,101
Same days Inst week.. 40. 833
Same days 1 wka ago..S3.60
Same days 3 v.ks Ago. 31,17$
Same days year ago..l?.46S
63,49
70,738
68,742
67,168
88.376
20,683
40,131
37,381
80.667
33,126
Receipts and disposition of live stork at
the t'nlon stock yards, Omaha, for 24 hours
ending at S p. m. yesterday;
11 ICC EI PTS C A R LOADS.
Cattle. Hogs
C, M A St. P 2
Wabash , ,1
Missouri l'nclflo 4 6
1'nion Pacific 41 60
t N. W east 1! 2
C. A N. w., west 82 73
t. St. P., M. ft 0 32 13
C . H. & Q , east &
t, H. ft Q., west : :i
C, U. I. ft P., east 17 10
C. R. I. ft P., west 3
Illinois Central 2 3
Chicago. Great Western... 6 2
Total receipts 246 208
16
20
DISPOSITION H KAU.
Cattle. Hogs
Morris Co 1.199 1.S21
Swift Co 1,719 S.0S9
Cudahy Packing Co.. .1,906 3,349
Armour A Co 1.700 i,9!tl
Schwarts & Co 1.404
J. W. Murphy 2.ST9
Lincoln Packing Co.. 108 .....
8. O. Packing Co 1
Wilson Packing Co.. 82
F. B. Lewis 158
J. B. Root A Co 102
J. II. Bulla 3
Rosenstock Bros. ... 24
F, G. Kellogg 3
Werthelmer & Pegen 61
Kills & Co 7
Sullivan Bros 43
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.. 83 .
Christie 86
lllgglns S
Iluffmsn 55
Meyers 24
Glnssherg 1
Httker, Jones AS.,.. 17
Banner Bros 12
John Harvey 490 ,, . , .
Dennis A Francis .... 51
Pst o'Day 1
Other buyers 613
sinvp.
661
7 r,7
628
1,419
Totals 7,965 16,031 ' 1,861
Cattle; There was a fairly liberal Thurs
day's run of rattle, ah mt 6,000 head, hut the
(our day's supply, 36,000 head, has been
nearly (,000 short of a week ago. In most
respects the market was a repetition of
Wednesday's trade, th best heavy beeves
ruling stiuidv to strong, and the light and
medium welgnt grades weak to a shade
lower. Choice heavy catll sold at $16.26
17.00, the fair to good 950 to 1,160
pound steers going Isrgely $18.26016.00,
and yearlings 1.111I light weight stuff at
$l3.0rl4.60 and on down. Cows and heif
er were In vo-y good request and quotnbly
about steady vlth Wednesday, and there
wua no materlnl change In the market for
Blockers and feeders.
Quotations on csttle: Good to choice
beeves. $ 1 .25(ij)l 7.05 ; fair to good beeves.
$15. 25(16. 00; common to fair beeves,
$12 50iti'l5.00; good to choice yearlings,
$14.6018116.26; fair to good yearlings, $12.60
ifpl4.50; common to fair yearlings, $9,000
12 00; good to choice heifers, $12.60013.60;
good to choice cows, $12.0013.26; fair to
good cows, $6.76fiil.l.75; common to fair
cows, $7.509.60; prims feeders, 111 25
12.60; good to choice feeders, $10.00011.00;
fair to good feeders, $H 60d 9.60; common to
fair feeders, $7.50 8.50; good to choice
storkere, $9.50011.60; stock heifers, $H.60O
in.50; stock cows, $7.604(il0.0n; stock calves,
$8 60011.60; vesl calves, $9.00013 00; bulls,
lags, eta., $10.00013.00.
Representative aalca :
BEEF STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No.
13 1001 $13 80 10...
26 740 14 50 30...
A v. Pr.
. 938 $14 26
. 920 16 10
14 1036
6 1204
18 1221
20 1387
15 25
I.,
31..
.1120 16 60
.1144 16 00
.1345 16 50
16 76
II 86
16 60
30.
19.
1288 16 71
Hogs Receipts today were estimated at
15,000 head or 218 cars, making supplies
total ll.ouo tor the week, and the market
opened with shipper and speculators buy
ing the light and medium grade of hogs
at prices around lOo higher then yesterday's
average. They paid as high aa $17.16 for a
load. Th packer market was slow from
the outset and very few sales had been
made by midforenoon. Early packer bids
were a little lower than yesterday's aver
age, but their buatness wss generally trans
acted on about a steady basis with yester
day, but ths tendency was toward a weak
and probably lower close. The bulk of th
supplies ranged from $16.50 to $16.76, with
$17.16 as the day's top.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av.
104.. 350 ... $16 40 40. .887
Sh. Pr
... $16 46
... 16 60
... 16 70
... 16 80
40 16 90
... 17 00
69. .300
74. .255
69. .1116
13. .249
66. .238
62. .209
140
lift
16 66
1C 65
16 76
16 85
16 95
CO. .305
66.. 226
63.-235
38. .131
83. .221
40
17 16
Sheep Klghleen loads of sheep wer re
ceived today, estimated at 4,200 head. Ths
trade was again extronlely slow In getting
started, no trading of any great amount be
ing done until practically noon. Th bulk
of the sheep here today was mada op of
wool lambs of comparatively good quality.
Not enough ssles were nisde In the esrly
morning hours to maks comparison. The
gonral market wa forecasted, however.
as weak and from lOo to 20o lower.
Quotations on sheep: Oood to choice
In nibs. $20.60021.60; fair to good lambs,
119. 60020.50; fair to choice yearlings, I16.lt
iff-17. 00; fair to cholc wethers, 1 14.60
17.00; fair to choice ewes, $13.75 16.76;
feeder lambs, $18.00018.60; spring lamb,
$20.00022.00.
St. Louis Llvs Stock.
St. Louis, Mn April 16. Cattle RsceJr
A
3200 head; market, steady; native
ateers, $11.05016.76; yearling ateera
heifers, $9.60 315.00; cows. $7.00 12.56.
stockers and feeders, $8.60012 00; fair to
prima southern beef steers, $10.00 0 16. 60t
beef cows and heifers, $6.O013.60; southern
yearling steers and heifers, 7. 604(10.00,
native calves, $7.76016.60.
Mogs Receipts, 8,600 head; market,
steady; lights, $17.40 17.60; pigs, $15,600
17.00; mixed end butchers, $17.30017.60;
good heavy, $16.95017.20; bulk, $17,200
17.60.
.Sheep and I.ambs Receipts, $00
market, steady, lambs, $20.60021 35
$16.0017.00; wethers, $16.50017.00
ners and choppers, $6.6009 60.
head;
swes,
Can-
Knnsas City Live Stork.
Kansas City, April 26. Cattle Receipts.
4,000 head; market, steady; prime fed
steers, $16.25017.36; dressed beef steers,
$15.25 16.50; western steers. $14.2617.25;
cows, $7.76014 00; heifers. $9.00014.00;
stockers snd feeders, $8.00 013.75; bulls,
$S.6012.76; calves, $8.O012.60.
Hogs Receipts, 6,000; market, steady;
bulk. $17.05017.85; heavy, $17.0517.25;
packers and butchers. $17.10i17.40: light,
$17.20017.40; pigs, $13.60&17.O0.
Sheep and t.nmbs Receipts, 4,500 head,
market, lower' lambs, $20.00021.25; year
lings, $16.60018.00; wethers, $15.00017.00;
ewes, $15.00 016 76.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago. April 25. Cattle Recelpls. 14.000
head; market, weak;. native Steers, $10,200
17.35; stocken and feeders, $8.304.12.26;
row and heifers, $8.85013.85; calves, $8.00
13.50.
IToga Receipts, 27,000 head: market, un
settled; bulk of sales, $18.i5O17.40; light,
318. 9r,j 17.60; mixed. $16.65017.60; heavy.
$15. NOfl 17.20; rough. $15.80016.30; pigs.
$13. 0011.17. 2B.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 14,000 head;
market, weak; sheep, $13.00OlL40; Iambs,
$16.26021.60.
Sioux City Mve Stock.
Sioux City. April 25. Cuttlo Receipts.
2,000 head; market slow, steady; stackers,
10 to 15 cents lower; beef steers, $12,000
17.00; fat cows and heifers, $9.00 'tt 14 .00;
canners, $7.008.60; stockers and feeders,
$9.00014.00; calves. $S.0Or8 l.'t.OO; bulls,
stsgs, etc., $8.00 12.00; feeding cows and
heifers, $7.50011.00.
Hogs Receipts, 7,000 hesd; market 6
cents higher; light, $IS.75?H7.00; mixed,
$16.6616.76; heavy, $!6.50i16.70; pigs,
$16.00018.00; bulk of sals. $16.65016.90.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 100 head:
market steady.
8t. Joseph l ive Stork.
St. Joseph. Mo.. April Si. CattU Re
ceipts. 2,500 head; market stesdy; steers,
$12.00 17.10; rows and heifers, $7.00 OH. 50;
calves, $7.00012.00.
Hogs Receipts. 8.000 head; market low
er: top. $17.35; bulk, llfi. 90 17.26.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3.000 head;
M oVil!T(o'r' lamb' l18-0021 i0i ewes,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
.. . i
Cash Corn Figures Vary;
White Corn Advances, But
Yellow Brand Fails to
Hold Own.
Omaha. April IS, 1918.
Arrivals ef grain, while not unexpected,
continue to be very light, receipts todaj
totaling only 134 cars. Wheat receipts wer
14 cars: corn, 90 cars; oats, 28 can, and ry
and barley, one csr each.
Cash corn figures varied considerably. Th
constsnt Inquiry for good white corn brought
an advance for this clas of IS So, and soli
readily. The yellow and mixed varletlei
were generally unchanged to So lower, thi
bulk selling off. Buyer exhibited the aan
feeling as of late; preferring ths safe oorn
Oats were weak, selling down 4 01c' pei
bushel. Receipts were very light and them
few offerings were disposed of easily. No
3 'white sold at 86 40 and No. .4 white aj
S5j35Va. Sample white oats brought ttV,c
No sales of rye were reported at a latt
hour, while only one car of barley wa re
ported sold, this being a choice car of No
3, testing 48 H pounds to the bushel and
brought $1.75.
Clearances were; Wheat and flour qu
10 32.000 bushels.
Corn, 62,000 bushels: oats, none.
Primary wheat receipts were ' 107,000
bushels and shipments 88,000 bushels,
agalnat receipt of 706,000 bushels and ship
ments of 866,000 bushel last year.
Primary corn receipt wer 838,000
bushels and shipments 716,000 bushels
agalnat receipts of 673.001) bushels and ship
ments t 449,000 bushel last year.
Primary oat reoelpt were 1,118,00ft
bushels snd shipments, 171,000 bushels,
against receipts of 877,004 bushels and
shipments of 1,483,000 bushel last year,
CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn.
Oats ' '
184 "
Chicago
Minneapolis ,,
Duluth
Omaha ,.
Kansas City
1 lit
10T ...
, 1
, 14
1
90
70
60
13
16.
St. Louis
Winnipeg 160 ... ,..
Oorn No. t whit, 1 car, $1.71. No. t
white: 1 car $1.77; 1 can, $1.76; 1 car.
$1.76. No. 4 white: I can, $1.71; 4 car.
$1.71. No, I white: 1 car, $1.71: 1 car,
ll.SS; 1 can, $1.17; 1 car, $166; 1 ear..
$1.63; 1 car, 11.62; 1 I t cars, $160.. No. t, ,
white: 3 car. $1.60; 1 car, $1.68. Sample, ,
whit; 1 can, 11.16; 1 ear, 11.30; 3-6 car.j.
$1.16. No, 1 yellow: 1 car, $1.68. No--3
yellow: 1 ri, $1.67; I car, ll.tt; t 1-6
cars. $1 65, N. 4 yellow; 1 car, 11.66; .
car, $1.12; 1 car, $1.60; No. t yellow; 1 car,
$1.61; 1 car, tl.tO. Sample yellow) 1 oar,
$1.18; 1 oar 61.35. No. t mixed, 1 car.
11.66. No. 1 mixed: I oar, 11.64; 1 cars. ,
$1.61; l-t car, $1.(1. No. I mixed: 1 car,
$1.61. No, 1 mixed: 1 oar, $1.40. Samp)
mixed: 1 oar, $1.31; 1 oar, $1.15; 1 car. '
$1.00. Oats: No. 1 whit! 11 oar, 160.!'
No. 4 white: 1 can, 85 Wo; 8-6 car. 86c.?
Sample whit; I oar, llVio. Sample mixed:
1 car, 1.1,0. barley. No. 1, 1 ear, 11.76.
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No, 1 white,
$1.78; No. 3 white, $1.7501.77; No. white, .
$1. 720Li3; No. t whits, $1.601.71; No. I .
while, $1.68 1.60; sample whits, $1,85 0 ;'
1.36; No. I yellow, 11.61; No. 1 yellow, $1.65 '"
01.67; No. 4 yellow, $1. (0166; No. I
yellow, $1,6001.63; sampl yellow, $1.36
1.18; No. 1 mixed, $1.(6; No. I mixed,
$1.6401.66; No. t mixed, $1.63; No. I mixed, "
$1.40; sampls mixed, $1.1801.86. Oats: No.
1 white, 86Ho; No. 4 whits, 868514c:
sample, IJHc Barley: No. 1, $1.76. Rys.- .
No sales. ,
Chicago closing prior, furnished Th Bs
by Logan A Bryan, stock and (rain brokers, ,
316 South Sixteenth street, Omahat ,
Artlclej Open High Low Close Yeat.
Corn. ,
May 117(4 1378.117(4 1 17t 137V
July 14914 1 60 Vi 14914 1 fiOVa 149
Oat.
May 14(4 84 134 . 1114 84 54
July US 74 73 74 7V
Pork
May 47 80 47 40 47 10 47 21 47' 46
July 47 10 47 It 41 16 41 15 47 It
Lard
May 14 77 14 tt 34 77 14 80 14 82
July 36 II 26 It 26 16 It 17 .5 17
Klb.
May 11 86 22 81 21 67 11 71 32 80
July S3 36 83 43 28 87 33 30 33 36
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Cnfavorahl Crop Outlook Contribute to the
Firmness of Corn Hogs Higher. -
Chicago, April 36. Forenacta of a cooj
wave mora than counterbalanced In -the"
corn market today th fact that at first Uit
prevailing warm weather seemed likely to
facilitate planting. Prices closed firm at
the sams ss yesterday's finish to T4o higher,
with May $1.87 and July $1.50 1.6054.
Oata docllned it'iflVio net. In provisions th
outcome was unchanged to 20c lower.
Bears had something of an advantage to
start with In the oorn market, owing chiefly
to th apparent prospect that seasonable
temperature would remedy th unfavorable
conditions which have of late beon more or
less hindering field work. Besides, consid
erable notice appeared to be taken of suit-,
gestlon that any radical ad vane of prices
would not harmonize well with Liberty loan
drive scheduled for tomorrow. Later,
however, official announcement that no ex
tended period of deslrabl temperature waa
in light, gave the crop outlook a less aus
picious aspect and mad value take a pro
nounced upward slant. t
Forecasts of a cool wave led subsequently
to a new upturn. Th close was firm ai,
the same as yesterday' finish to o higher,
with May $1.27 and July $1.60 to $1.50(4.
Oats were under much selling pressure,
desplt liberal buying on tb part of ex
port Interests. Th principal bearish In--
riuoncs was lark 01 demand rrom ths do-1
meatlo trade east, where dealer seemed
l.ninnr.rlln , k m.rln..
Provisions responded slowly to th higher
quotation on hogs.
Cash prices:
Corn No. I yellow, $1.76; No. 1 yellow,
ll.70lOl.72; No. 4 yellow, $1.621.60. j
Oata No. t whit, I7(40tl(4o; standard.
87 088(4e.
Ryo No. t, $2.65.
Barley At $1.4501 85.
Timothy At $6.0008.00.
Clover At I18.003.00.
Pork Nominal.
Lard At $84.75.
Rlb At $21.10028.7!.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
rmer Weather, Facilitating Planting
noom for near in Cora. :
llcago, April 26. April 16. Warmer
wpfU'.inr likely to facilitate planting had'
a bearish Influence today on corn. Sugges
tion that advancing prices on grain wer'"8'
not In harmony with th Liberty loan drive
tomorrow seemed also to have some effect
as a handicap on th bull.
Trading wa light, and th market easily ' .
worked upon, Opening prices, which varied
from (4 to (40 lower, with May 11.27
and July $1.49(4 to $1.49, wer followed T,
by a brief rally and then a downturn lower .,
than before.
Oats swayed with corn. Commission house " '.
generally took the selling side on bulges. '-'
After opening unchanged to o lower, with v
May 84 to 84 (4c, ths market hardened a -w
little and then underwent a fresh sag.
Scattered unloading tended to ease pro
visions. Firmness In the hog market waa '
Ignored. V
During the late dealings a more decided
advance In hog price rallied provisions u l 1
somewhat. .
New York Oneral Market.
New Tork, April 25. Flour Unsettled;
spring, $10.75U.26; winters, fl 0.35 11.16 ; .
Kansas, 1 n.soi 11.26.
Corn Spot, firm; kiln dried No. i yel-.....
low, $1.70; No. 4 yellow, $1.65; No. 1 white,
$1.90, cost and freight. New Tork. prompt
shipment. . '
Oats Spot, easy; natural. 9697(4c.
Hay Firm: No. 1, nominal: No. 1, $160;
No. 8, $1.2061.30; shipping, 90095c.
Hops Steady: state medim to choice,
1917, 36043c; 1916, nominal; Pacific coast, w
1917. 20O23e; 1916, 14016c.
Hides Finn; Bogota and Central Amerl.
can, 23034c. ,
Leather Firm: hemlock and overweight! "
no. 1. 4ic; No. z. 45c.
Ohio. HoMGtic.
Rice Flrnn fancy head
rose, 89c.
New York Produce. .
Butter Firm;. receipts, 8.107 tubs; 'cream
ery higher than extras, 4445c; extra,
(92 score), 44c; firsts. 41 043 ; packing '
stock current make. No. 2, 8232(ic.
Eggs Market steady; receipts. 41,405 '
cases; fresh gathered extras, 38038c;
fresh gathered storage packed, firsta, 3(
37 c; do, regular packed extra firsts. 36
0 37c; do. firsts. 341i36c.
Cheese Market Irregular; receipts, 4 985
boxes; state whole milk flats, held specials.
240254c; do, average run,'2334c: state
wholcmllk flats fresh specials, 2!22c;
do, average run, 214t)22e.
Poultry Live and dressed, market flrnr
and unchanged.
New York Coffe. .
.e- 1ork, April 26. Coffee Rio No TV
j8',c; futures, easy; May, I.OSe; Ootobab
Pork Steady; mess, $53.0064 00; famllf - . I
$55.00 f?o.00: short clear, $49.00065.00, f . i I
Lnrd Weak; middle west, $25.25035.36. m "W
Tallow, quiet; city special looae, I80, t V
Wool Steady; domestic fleece . XXX 31 Y A
9c; blue .? V A
7t