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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1918.
Every day li enrollrnenf day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stnotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, elvtl service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalofus free
Douglas 156 J. 18th and Harney Bts.
. Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Bchoolt.
120 Omaha National Bank Bids.
FOR RENT ROOMS
- ATTENTION ROOM HUNTEK9.
if you fall to tlnd the room yoa '
'.- desire among these ads call at The
- Be office for a Room List. Gives
complete description of vacant rooms in ,
11 parts of the city. New lists Issued
every week. '
LARGE, sunny furnished room In modern
home on car line. Walking distance.
Harscom Park district Call Harney 1208,
TWO-ROOM, modern suite and sleeping
porch, completely furnished, field Club
district Harney 6471.
MODERN furnlshsd rooms for men only at
the Bunshlne. 601 North 17tb St. Reason
.FOR RENT Housekeeping and sleeping
rooms. Reasonable. 3727 Charles. Wal
PLEASANT furnished room In modern
home, on car line. Phone Hsrney 4442.
SUITES of clean, neatly furnished rooma on
first floor: no children; laundry privi
leges. 2901 Dodge.
LAR&E neatly furnished three-room suite.
; Also garage. No children. 3028 Daven
port. 1063 PARK AVE. Two nicely furnished
rooms, sink, gas rsnge, pleasant and com
fortable for summer.
Board and Room.
STRICTLY modorn. well furnished large
' front room, with closet, on bathroom floor,
only It. to a respectable gentleman who
appreciates a clean, quiet, home. 711 N.
22d fit. Douglas 107.
EXCLUSIVE) modern room and board to re
fined business people. Horns cooking,
; Instantaneous heater, lawn and shade.
Walking distance. References exchanged.
Box 6405 Bee.
3561 BODGE ST. Gentleman wishes room
mate, walking dlstanoe, good board; rea
sonable. Harney 6143.
NICB room and board tor two gentlemen.
THREE unfurnished rooms, 110. 913 N.
. 19th St. Phone Douglas 4598.
THREE :rtee unfurnished rooms and bath,
for light housekeeping. In Dundee. 906 N.
WANTED furnished room and board in
private family; West Farnam or Dundee,
by lady.. Best references. Box 6546, Omaha
A CLASSY J-room and bath apartment, near
- 24th and Harney, furnished complete, for
342.50 per month. A, high class proposi
tion for high class people. Bedford-Johnston
Co. D, 3140.
NEATLY furnished 7-room cottage, with
piano: for board. Colfax 1846.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR. RENT 301 S. S&th Ave., corner of
Farnam -St., nine-room . attached brick
residence. Rooms .finished In oak. Din
ing room has beamed celling, built-in and
attractive features; the second floor Is
finished in white enamel; two baths. Just
newly decorated. Apply to W. J. Burgess,
Boyd Theater, Douglas 1919.
316 N. 25TH Duplex flat, 7 rms., 132.60.
Tyler 1636. 333 Securities Bldg.
WEST Farnam atreet, 8 rooms, modern, with
garage, 135. Tyler 1506, S. P. Bostwlck, 300
114 N. 24TH ST. 12 -room, modern, $40.00.
P. D. Wead, 310 8. ISth St. Doug. 171.
2013 Grace St., 8 -room house, 120.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY COMPANY,
205 S. 18th St. Douglas 722.
FOUR rooms st.d bath, second floor, nice
rooms. $10. 26.S9 Seward St. Red 682.
1937 S. 16T1I ST. 6-room house, partly
modern, $12. Also 1 rooma In subhouse
for rent, $8. Webster 6268.
909 NO 1JTH 6-r. mod. apt $27.60
1622 Cuming, 4-r. mod. apt 22.60
2617 Capitol Ave 9-r. mod. flat..., 20.00
2917 Caatelar 6-r. mod. cot 15.00
' 3428 Parker 4-r part mod 12.60
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721
IN ALL PARTS OF THE) CITY.
CREIGH SONS A CO.. BER BLDO.
Garden, 4128 N. 38th: 5 rooms. .. .$15.00
Flat, 2306 Leavenworth; 6 rooms. .$20.00
' JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas f64.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
'. Realtors. Tyler 729.
Snopeti Co. Rewtals Douglas 4228.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
NICELY finished, wall arranged. Duplex
flat, seven rooms, nice front snd back
lawn, garden; walking distance; rent
reasonable. Located at 918 S. 25th St.
Phone Tyler 2251-W. Immediate posses
sion. HAMILTON APTS fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers during summer; best location, 24th
and Farnam. ' Prlcea reasonable. Call D.
MONTEREYE Apartments, 146 N. 4K St.
5 rooms, $55.00.
$ rooms, $35.00.
' KLOKB INVESTMENT CO.
BEAUTIFUL, strictly modern, four and
tlve room apartments. Sethlow Ter
race, 16th and Yates. Webster 982 and
KOUR-Boom new apt., modern; corner;
Very light, $25; vacant May 1. Maple
Court. 1811 Maple St Red 682.
THREE large rooms and bath; modern
except heat: $12. 2511 Corby St Web
ster 6756. Inquire upstairs residence.
STEAM heated modern apartment, Clowry
Court G. P. Stebblns, 1810 Chicsgo. -
PETERS TRUST CO.
Spocla lists n Anrmnr management
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
STORE FOR RENT 15th and Douglas, 20x
$0, steam heat, rent $116 per month.
' . ' WORLD REALTY CO.
Douglas 6342. Sun Theater Bldg.
VINE new store room and basement at 27th
and Leavenworth streets. Steam heat.
For particulars see Conrad Young, 322
Brandels Theater Bldg., Douglas 1671.
MODERN store, 16th near P. O. Low rent
. O. P. Stebbins, 1610 Chicago.
-Office and Desk Room.
THE Bee building has offices that will
pleas you. Better Investigate. . Key
. stone Investment Co., Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT
WANT to rent 6, 7 or 8-room house; $50
to $6$ per month; west part of town.
Dundee preferred. W. L. Selby A Sons.
I honsj D. 1510.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN A STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; otflca on Howard 8t between
15th and 16th. Phon Tyler 3400. Have
your moving handled Just as you would
an order (or new furniture. That's the way
we do It Ask to see our dally rental lists
Separate locked rooms tor household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO,
8. 16th. Douglas 416$.
FREE .SS$S FIDELITY
Phone Douglas 281 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments Also for storage; moving.
14th and Jackson Sim
MOVING AND STORAGE
WE HAUL ANYTHING.
Unload carload lota rock, sand, o
any other material.
CHAMBERS & O'NEILL.
S10S Leavenworth St. Phone Tyler 1419.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tvler 230 or Douglas 333
JH VWT Express Co.. Moving.
j. 1EjjLJ Packing and Storage.
120T Farnam S,t IWeb. $748. Doug. $14$.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
LOOK AT THIS
BEMIS PARK HOME
1314 NORTH 36TH ST. Thlr is a
good l-at;ry. (-room, modern house, 1st
class condition, having living room,
dining room, kitchen, pantry and Ice
box room, first floor. 3 large bedrooms
and bath on 2d floor. Paved street and
ornamental 1 ghtlng system through
out the district. Price low for quick
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
New 5-Room Bungalow
and One Quarter Acre
$250 cash and $26 per month buys brand
new bungalow, oak floors snd hardwood
finish throughout. Located at 43d and
Oak Sts. Pries $2,976.
The Byron feeed Co.
Phone Douglas 297.
51! S. 17th.
Cui S. 81st St., 2 blocks from Farnam;
in In good condition; ownet says to cut
the price for quick sale; house will be
vacant May 1; look It over from the out
' side and If you want to go through the
house call Tyler 60 and we will arrange
to show It to you; $700 first payment
HASTTNOS A HEYDEN,
1614 HARNEY ST. PHONE TY. 60.
WEST FARNAM, $5,750.
Price reduced for quick ssle- nearly
new, 8 -room modern house, with den
and sun riotn first floor; four bedrooms
and sleeping porch: oak finish' all in
very good repair. Corner lot: $750 cash
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962 919-20 City National.
A DANDY HOME
ST. JOHN'S PARISH
Eight rooms and bath, oak finish and
strictly modern in every respect, choice
lot on Boulevard, near California street.
Price only $6,000. $1,000 down.
OSBORNE REALTY COMPANY,
7H1 om. Nat. BK. Bldg. Tyler 496.
6-ROOM MOUSE .Modern except heat, on
paved street. In A-l condition, ltt blocks
from 1 car lines. Lawn, flowers and
garden. A cony little home. Come out and
make an offer at 4227 Grant St., Walnut
DUNDEE BUNGALOW 5 rooms and sun
room on one floor; new, all oak; $3,800,
$300 cash. Call duy Doug. 3140.
A Fine Home for Sale
3315 BURT ST.
Reception hall, living room, dining
room with ruarter aawed floors andi fin
ish; butler'a nantry and kitchen with built
in cabinets; four bedrooms and bath on
second floor with oak floors and white
enamel finish. The house Is beautifully
decorated throughout; brick foundation;
lot 65x159 feet, paving paid; fine shade.
For further Information call
J. L. HIATT COMPANY
QflA FIRST NATIONAL
t7vV BANK BLDG.
THIS BEAUTIFUL 7-ROOM
A CHOICE, HIGH, SIGHTLY
$1,000 CASH PRICE $4,250.
Select golden oak finish, oak floors,
living room, bookcases, colonnade Into
pretty dining room, plate rail; a fine
kitchen, all built-in cabinets; dandy large
bedroom and bath first floor; 3 nlca bed
rooms and extra large closets second
floor; high, light basement; beautiful
large corner lot. Call Tyler 496.
OSBORNE REALTY COMPANY,
701 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Down And $20 A month
Near 28th & Charles
Just listed a strictly modern, except
heat, home. ( Three rooms on first floor;
three rooms and bath on second. Newly
decorated and painted throughout.
Paved street, paving paid for. Walking
distance. Price at a bargain, $1,800.
Payne Investment Co.
537 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Douglas 1781.
6-room, comparatively new home, near
58th and Ohio; house waa built by owner
for home; has gas, water and sewer con
nections; furnace, porcelain bath, etc.;
nicely decorated; small barn and chicken
house; good lot with fine yard end cherry
trees. Price $3,200; $500 cash; balance
WHITE & HOOVER
454 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. D. 1653.
6 ROOMS $4,250
House Is strictly modern, oak floors and
finish In reception hall; living room and
dining room; fine, level lot, on paved
street; bullt-ln seat In reception hall and
dining room; full basement; gas heater;
all rooms are largo, light and pleasant;
house completely redecorated Inside and
outside. Call me at Webster 2671, or
come out and see house. H. 8. Manvllle.
High-grade, 7-r. home, strictly mod.,
rooms large and In best of repair, fine cor.
lot, paving paid, double garage, on blk.
to car, close to school and park. Pries
RASP BROS., REALTORS.
210 KEELINE BLDG. TYLER 721.
FOR CASH Will sacrifice the fine home on
Fontenelle Blvd., in Clairmont: esst front;
everything that you can ask In a stylish,
homey home; up-to-date and a pleasure
to show; $5,000; worth $6,600. Call Walnut
1629 evenings or Douglas 2819 days.
WE SELL. Rent, Insure and make Loans
on City property. North.
, MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames Ave. Col. JIT.
6-R.. all mod., oak finish, 6 years old, ga
rage, on paved, Plnkney St, only $3,600;
$350 cash, balance monthly.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
KOUNTZE f LACE Modern ' k-room bouse,
full basement .at ge lot. cloae to car Price
3.85 Norrls A Norrls. D. 4270.
M1NNB LL'SA homes and lots offer th
best opportunity to Invest yonr money
Phone Tvler 187 I
- $2,500 BARGAIN.
7 rooms and bath, all modern, furnace,
cemented cellar, paving all paid, not new,
but one of those well built older houses;
$350 caah, balance like rent. Near 28th
and Poppleton Av .
P. J. TEBBENS. (Realtor),
' 605 Omaha Nat. Bank. Phone D. 2182.
New. 6-room stucco; oak finish; nicely
decorated; fine location; near car line.
Price. $4,000. Terms. $600 cash, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
643 Paxton Blk.
FOR RENT AND PALE.
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
PORTER A SHOTWELL,
202 8. 17th St. Douglas 6013.
8-R. PRESSED brisk house; oak finish, full
lot with ga.-age. $5,200.
W H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. 1 D. 1294
W FARNAM SMITH C.
Real Estate and Insurants.
132 Farnam St, Duug. 1064.
REM, ESTATE B'nesa Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your horns or buslne
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
Electrlo Bldg. Tvler $6.
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. P. TUKET and BON.
$20 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
Income. Business and Trackage Specialist
iDtnanu uoage Bte Douglas 416.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACKAGE Fine site on B. & M. R. R.,
sis 95x165. Csn be bought cheap. Call
owner evenings. Phons Wal. 70.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
GOOD Omaha residence properly to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
Men. farm. Mr. pease. Ill- Bran. Th. Bldg
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELM WOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$1 DOWN. $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE ft SLATER CO
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
HIGH and sightly Dundee lots, $876 to
$1,150. Easy terms, loans arranged for
building purposes. Phone D. 6074. Shulsr
Dundee and Happy Hollow
No better place to live, no safer place
to msks a residence lnvestmsnt. Choice
lots nesr Fsrt.am street snd on Happy
Hollow boulevard, can be bought with a
small smou-t djn and balance on
easy monthly payments. Lots are largt
with all public Improvements Installed,
including water, sewer and gas mains,
cement sidewalks, curbing, paving, street
lights and shade trees. Many substan
tial homes already built. Let us start
now to help you OWN YOUR OWN
HOME. Plate and prices furnished at
our office. Thone us snd ws will
glsdly show the property at your con
venience. GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
FOR SALE tor a short time only, my rest
denes on the Fort Crook Boulevard. 19 tt
acres. T rooms, furnsce. rsnge. entirely
modern. If not sold soon will bs rented.,
T.owrle ChlMs. Tel So. 21.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has $ five-room houses, ons T
room, modern house, one 8-room modern
house and 2 modern store buildings: all
well rented, on paved streets, close to
car lines In Omaha; also $20,000 first
mortgages; prices are right and property
in first class condition.
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 City National Bank Building.
WB HAVE BUYERS
CASH OR TERMS
For $3,500 to $4,600 desirable homes. Also
for snaps In Rental Property. List with us
for quick results, we sdvertlse and sell.
D. E. BUCK A CO.,
412 Omaha Nat. Bk. Doug. 2000.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 snd 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborn Realty
Co. Tyler 496. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg,
6 OR 6 ROOM house. Give location In full
Lowest price and what amount of money
to handle. No real estate agents. Box
6583, Omaha Bee.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULVIHILL,
300 Brandels Thester Bldg. Phone D. It
WANTED Modern flat. alue $30,000 to
$40,000. Address P. O. Box 473, Onawa, la.
MEET ma at F. D. Weed's Office.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
7 to PER CENT INTEREST.
' First farm debentures amply secured,
Denomination, $100, $600, $1,000 and up,
HARLEY J. HOOKER.
First National Bank Bldg.
WE want 100 mortgages on Omaha resl-
dences; funds on band for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE, INC..
638-40 Keellne Bldg.
DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts n account
OMAHA LOAN A BLDO ASSOCIATION.
512 PAUL PETERSON, 512
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDO.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 271$.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, 64 and Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT Co., Keellne Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERG. 312 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686.
O HARRISON A MORTON.
919 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
wead, wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Bts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN COMPANY. Douglas 412$.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McOehee, 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
large city. Will sell In tracts of 160 acres
or mors. Price $36 per acre. Terms. $5
per acrs cash, balance ten annual pay
ments 6 por cent. Will consider part
cash and trade. Also 6,000 acres of dry
farming land In Crowley county, Colorado,
$16 per acre; also New Mexico 60,000-acre
ranch, with water rights for 7,000 acres.
Address B. H. Tallmadge, Pueblo, Colo.
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
farmers of moderate means to secure
farm homes on very assy terms. Inform
us location desired. For free book and
map and 'special railroad rates write
Floyd C. Tallmadge, Colonization Agent
Kans.-Colo. Ry Co., First National Bank
Bldg., Pueblo, Colo.
LISTEN Old residents who refused to pay
$1.26 acre tor Eastern Colorado land 10
years ago are paying $10 to $25 now; Ne
braska and Iowa parties buying largely
since they found conld save commissions
by buying direct from W. 8. Pershing, ex
mayor of Llmon, Colo; $.200 acres sold Ne
braska snd Iowa parties last week
I own and control 26.000 acres In
Cheyenne and Lincoln counties, Colorado.
W. 3. MOREHART,
. Minnesota Lands.
THE assistance you need in starting your
new home is just what we are In position
to offer you. We will do tar more than
anyone else to help you buy and locate
right, because It's to our Interest to help
you succeed. Send for literature. Send to
day. Arnold. Com'r., D. A I. R. Railway,
607 Wolvln Bldg.. Duluth. Minn.
8MALL MISSOURI FARM.
$2.50 cash and $2.50 monthly; no In
terest or taxes. Also an Interest In our
groat development project' which within
the next few months should pay you one
hundred ' dollars for every dollar, you In
vest Highly productive land, close to
three big markets; photographs and full
Information free. HUNGER, H. $17. N. T.
Life Bldg., Kansas City. Mo.
New York Lands.
304 acres, 36 miles from Buffalo, 1 mile
from cheese factory, churches, store;
school on farm, dark osm soil. 40 acres
timber, living springs. 2 houses, barn 60
by 90 bssemoi.t stable, concrete floor, alio.
Including 62 head cattle, 11 horses, 4
hogs. 60 he.is. all fodder, complete farm
ing equipment Price $12,600. Easy
terms. Free list Ellis Bros., Sprlngvllla.
OWN a farm. Me have some of tire choicest
Isnd In the heart of the vry best sec
tion of the Olovsr Belt of Centre I Wis
consin. Low rrlf Easy term Write
for booklet and map. John S. Owen
Lumber Co., Cwea, Clark County, Wis.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
$ Mlj-ES OK ELLA. 11 MILKS WHITNEY?
14 MILES CRAWFORD.
I have so seres, fully 400 acres farma
.ble; 20 acres under cultivation; all heavily
grassed with buffalo, wheat and gramma
grass; cuts good hay. Here Is a place on
which you can go to work and put the
400 acres under cultivation, seed It to
fall wheat this fall or spr'.ng wheat next
spring and you are Just as sure In paying
for this place and banking a thousand or
two besides out of the one year a crop as
you sre sure you are alive unless soms
great act of the elements would com on to
prevent. No Improvements, except small
barn snd one-roomed shack. The soli Is a
dark heavy Pierre clay, with a clay sub
soil. Excellent tor all kinds of small grain
alfalfa and alfalfa seed. An old setter In
this neighborhood signed a statsmsnt with
nte the other day that he had farmed
right In this immediate vicinity for sev
eral years and that the lightest yield he
has had was a little better than 10 bush
els ot wheat to the acre, while the heaviest
yield ran 49 bushels to the acre. In this
statement he declares corn there runs from
SO to 36 bushels to the acre. Yet, I am
going to offer you this place at only $14
per acre, where In the Lord's name can
you beat It, and how can you conjure
up any excuse for not coming at once,
' Writs tor my list of descriptions, pictures
ARAH L. HUNGERFORD.
Crawford, Dawes County. Nebraska.
FOR SALE Improved farm, 140 acres, less
than four miles from Falrbury, Nsbraaka.
iss.qo par acre. Purchaser can assuma
$9,000 mc-tgg. This la certainly a
snap. Address, Glenn W. Martens, Pierre.
ONE 30 acres, ons 40 acres, ons 40 acres
of fins farming land, Improvements on
every plecs; on Santea Reservation, Ne
braska; patented. Buyers take Immedl
nte possession; all adjoining. Informa
STEPHEN 8. JONES. Flandreau. S. D.
NEBRASKA LAND BARGAINS.
FOR SALE Several good farms, small
sod large, close to KEARNEY, MINDEN,
AXTELL. Write for particulars, or bet
ter corns and see me.
A. NELSON, Kearney. NM.
I HAVE 640 acres In th good wheat
country, well Improved, 160 scrss In cul
tivation; six miles of Kimball, In Kim
ball county, Neb. Price $.15 per acrs.
Write F. C. Chew. Kimball. Neb.
FOR SALE Best lsrgs body hlgh-grads.
- medium-priced Isnd Id Nebraska. Very
little money required. C. B-adley, Wol
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARB SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prices write Geo. Antlll. Blair, Neb.
RANCHES of all sties and kinds, easy
terms. A V Patimnn. 301 Ksrbach Blk.
CHOICE FARMS, Nllason. 423 Rose Bldg.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $60 per a.,
Including pld-up water rights. Henry
Levi ACM Rvlsnder. 864 Omshs Nsfl
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to keep It,
B. P. SNOWDEN A. SON,
41$ 8. 18th. Douglas $371.
WANTED 20.000 seres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must bs flrst-clsss
farm land. Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box Y 467, Omaha Bee.
WE have clients who wlil psy cash for bar
gains in western land. White & Hoover,
Omahs Nnt'l Bnnlt Bldf
Horses Live Stock Vehicle
LET US haul your live stock. MVe are fully
equipped to handle anything.
CHAMBERS & O'NEILL.
2103 Leavenworth Ht. Phone Tyler 1419.
THREE horses for sale. Tel. Benson 164.
FOR SALE 26 head of horses snd mules,
harness and wagons, all In good condition.
Will sell cheap to clean up in fow days.
Inquire M. J. Waller, Hayden Bros.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, 6 mo.. H. goods, total, $$.50.
Smaller, larger am'ts proportionate rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
433 Securitlei Bldg., I6th, Farnam. Ty. 66$.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
tOf SMALLER 'LOANS. O W
A O W. C FLATAU, EST. 1891. O
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDO. TY. $60.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS..
Lowest rates, Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock. 1514 Dodge. D. 6619. Est 1891.
ON WEST Q ST.
Car Line and
$10 a Month
The fastest selling addition this season.
These fine, large acrs tracts are fins for
gardening, fruit and poultry. You can
own ons of these "little farms" and care
for It while holding your position in the
city. Buy before the prices are raised.
No building restrictions. A number of
homes now being built Will plow your
HASTINGS A HEYDEN.
1614 HARNEY ST. PHONE TY. 60.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Michael L, Clark, sheriff, to Truman
8. Day, Lafayette avenue, 60 feet
east ot Fifty-first strset, south side,
60x135 $ $36
Rayman L. Brand to Wlncel James
Dvorak et at. Twelfth atreet, 88
feet south of I street, west side,
Katherln P. Dlneen and husband to
Daniel Beck, northeast corner Forty
second and Izard streets, 64x140.... 2,000
William Cunnlngton and wife to Al
fred B. Williams, Twentieth street,
200 feet south of Laird street, west
side. 25x124 1,100
Mary M. Clayton et al to Charlotte
Kemp, Park avenue, 223 Teet south
of Dewey avenue, west side, 80x140 4,600
Nathan Somberg and wife to trustees
of First M. E. church, northwest cor
ner Thirty-first and Dodga streets,
Fred Knosp and wife to Charles J.
Cerny and wife, Forty-firth street,
85 feet south of Marcy street, west
side. 45x116 750
Edgar L. Michael and wife to Empire
Holding company, Crown I'olnt ave
nue, 46 feet east of Twenty-fifth
avenue, south side. 45x120 3,500
W. R. Holstrom to Henry Farrell and
wife, Ohio street, 67 feet cast of
Thirty-first street, south side, 83x120 3,200
E. T. Peterson company to Matilda E.
E. Johnson, northwest corner Forty
sixth and Redick avenue. 10 acres.. 2,800
The Byron Reed company to Chester
R. Witter, Castellar street 118 feet
west of Twenty-third street south
slds, 40x103.8 2.810
Josef Dorsk and wife to Josephine
Dorak, Elm street, 116 feet east of
Seventeenth street, south side, 29x
Helen R. Hampton and husband to
Leal Lamoreaux and wife, Thirty
fourth atreet, 153.3 feet north of
Martha street, west side, 60x133 5,000
Ignats Schacbl and wife to Frank
Lher. southeast corner Twenty-ninth
and E streets, 25x60 950
John E. Beat, jr., and wife to Elizabeth
C. Rothwell, Military avenue, 69
feet south of Grant street, east side,
The Shull Land company to Theodore
H. Stuben, Twenty-first street, 115
feet north of Woolworth avenue,
w.st side. 30x 128.5 500
Carl A. Johnson and wife to Oeorgs
OMAHA LIVE , STOCK
Moderate Run of Cattle; Re
ceipts of Hogs Total 14,
000 Head; Sheep Market
Omaha. April 30. 191$.
Receipts wsre: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 9,662 8,160 7.126
Estimate today ..... (.900 14,000 7,000
Two days this week. 15, 663
Same daya last week. .21, 18$
Ssms days 2 wks. ago.24,673 33,964 16.170
Sams days 3 wks. sgo.U.169 36.457 14,369
Sams days year ago.. 16,712
Receipts and disposition of live stock
the Union Stock ysrds, Omaha, Neb, for
houra ending at 3 o'clock p. m., April
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep. II
C, M. Sc St. P 3 4
Wabash $ 2
Missouri Pacific ... 4 4 3
Union Pacific 71 41
C. A N. W., esst... 16 6
C. N. W., west... $0 87 3
C. 8t. P., M. A O... $7 30
C., B. A Q east,,.. 1$ 1$
C, B. A Q , west.... 6$ 48 17
C, R I. A P., esst. 26 19 1
R. I. & P., west, 14
Illinois Csntrsl .... 7 3
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris A Co 791 3.61$ 708
Swift A Co 1,779 $.$$$ 3,464
Cudshy Packing Co.... 1,885 1,881 1.360
Armour A Co 1,411 3,646 1,148
Schwartl A Co. 1.410
J. W. Murphy 2,783
Lincoln Packing Co.... $1
S. Omaha Packing Co.. 13
W. B. Vansant Co 6
Bill A Sotf. 18
F. B. Lewis 83
Huntslnger A Oliver.... 81
J.v B. Root A Co 4 3
J. II. Bulla 1
Rosenstock Bros 14
F. O. Kellogg 46
Werthelmer A Degen... 101
Ellis A Co 51
Sullivan Bros Ill
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... 29
Roth 43 '
Meyers SO ... , . ,
(llassberg 6 ... ...
Banner Bros 50 ... ...
John Harvey 370
Dennis A Francis...,., 14 ,,,
Jnin St Lungren 226 ...
Pat O Day 36
Other Buyers 642 ... 164
Totals 8,237 1$,73$ 6.3C4
Cattle A rather moderate Tueadsy's run
of rsttle appeared, about 6.900 head, and
quality ot the offering was much the same
as on Monday. There was a keen demand
from both packers and shippers for desir
able killers snd prices ruled fully 10l5o
higher for anything at all uaeful In the way
of beef stock. Oood to cholcs 1,260 to
1,630-pound beeves sold at $16.76017.40, the
latter being the highest price ever paid In
Omaha. Even the medium and lightweight
steers were In good request and the gen
eral market la fully 250400 higher for ths
two dsys. Cows and heifers were In very
moderate supply, active demand and gen
erally lflJMSo higher. Desirable feeding
steers were wsnted at the highest price of
the season, but common stockers were dull
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
beeves, $16.250117.26; fair to good beeves,
$15.26016.26; common to fair beeves, $13,60
fr!5.00; good to cholcs yearlings. $14,009
16.60; fair to good yearlings, $11,00013.60;
common to fslr yearlings. $9.60010.60; good
to choice heifers, $13.60018.60; good to
cholcs cows, $12,00013.36; fair to good
cows. $9.75 11.75; common to fair cows,
$7.6009.60; prims feeders, $11.60013.00;
good to cholcs feeders, $10.00011.50; fair to
good feeders, $8.6009.60; common to fslr
feeders, $7.50 8,60; good to cholcs stock-
urs, $9.60011.60; stock heifers, $8.60010.60;
stock cows, $7.60010.00; stock calves, $3.60
011.50; veal calves, $9.00013.00: bulls,
stsgs, etc., $10.00013.00.
Hogs Arrivals of hogs this morning num
bered 14,000 head, or 196 cars, making 13,160
for trie two dsys ss compared with 19,926
year ago. Early bids were steady to strong
and what business was dons in th opening
session on a steady beats with yesterday.
Toward mid-forenoon ths market showed
weakness, especially with th packer who
somewhat were figuring on making their
purchases on the close. Shipping order buy
ers bought sparingly and after ths slacking
tip In th trade did not take ovsr any further
holdings at the early figures. Lata market
was weak to 10a lower. Bulk of ths sup.
tiles ranged from 114.76 to $17.1 with the
top for best light, weight at $17.16. Ths
general trad was steady to 10a lower.
Sheep Sheep arrivals this morning were
30 loads, estimated it 7,000 head. When the
receipts yesterday finally) changed hands fst
himhs went at a range of $19.78 to $30.65.
The majority being at th top figure. A few
Inmba went to feeders at $18.00019.76. Ths
quality of ths stock received today is very
good, a larger portion of receipt today being
clipped lambs than ha bean received for
sometime. Not a wheel had turned In the
sheep barn up to 10 o'clock this morning
and th market Is quotably slow to fully 60
Quotation on sheep: Oood to cholcs
lnmbs. $20.00030.56; fair to cholcs lambs,
$18.76020.00; fair to cholcs yearlings, $16.06
O18.00; fair to choice wethers, $14,600
17.00; fair to choice ewes, $l$.50Ol$36;
feeder lambs, $18,00019.60; spring lambs,
St. Louis Lire Stock Market.
St. Louis, April 30. Cattle Receipts, I,
600 head; market strong; natlv beef Steers,
311.60017.10; yearling steers and heifers,
$9.60015.00; cow, $7,60013.60; stockers And
feeders, $8.60013.00; fair to prime southern
beef steers, $10.00016.60; beef cows and
heifers, $8.00013.60; prim yearling steers
and heifers, $7.60010.00; natlv calves, $7,75
Hogs Receipts. 13,400; market lowsr;
lights, $17.65017.90; pigs, $16.60017.36;
mixed and butchers, $17.65017.86; good
heavy, $17.80017.60; bulk, $17.60017.86.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 800 head;
market steady; lambs, I20.KOB1.28; swes,
$16.00017.00; wethers, $16.60017.00; cannsrs
and choppers, $6.5009.60,
Kansas City Un Stock Market.
Kansas City, April 30. Cattle Receipts,
10,000 head 1 market steady; prim fed steers,
$16.26017.85; dressed beef stsers, $16,250
16.50; western steers, $14.25017.25; cows,
$7.75014.00; heifers, $9.00014.00; stockers
and feeders, $9.00015.00; bull. $8.50012.75;
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; market
steady; bulk, $17.30017.60; heavy, $17,360'
17.60; packers and butchers, $17.40017.66;
light, $17.40017.66; pigs, $13.76017.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,000 head;
market lower; lambs, $19.60030.26; year
lings, $16.00017.50; wethers, $15.00017.60;
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicsgo, April 10. Cattle Receipts, 10..
000 head; market, unsettled: natlv steers,
$10.26017.60; stockers and feeders, $135
13.60: cows and heifers, $6.26018.90; calves,
Hoes Receipts, 23,000 head: market.
lower; bulk of sales, $17.20017.60; light,
$17.20017.70; mixed, $16.8617.70; heavy,
$16.10017.60; rough, $16.1016.60; pigs,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 13.000 head;
market, weak; sheep, $12.75016.70; lambs,
Ktonx City Lira Stock.
Sioux City, April $0. Cattle Receipts, I,
800 head; market 10c to 15o higher: beef
steers. $13.00017.25; fat cows and heifers,
$9.50016.25; csnnera, $7.6008.60: stockers
and feeders, $9.60014,00; calves, $8,600
18.00; bulls, stage, etc., $6.50012 75; feed
ing cows and heifers, $7.60011 00.
Hogs Receipts, 8,500 head; market lOo
to 16o lower; light, $17.00017.16; mixed,
$16.85017.00; heavy, 116. 600-16. IE; pigs,
$16.60017.25; bulk of sales, $16.75017.10.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 200 head;
St. Joseph Live Stock. .
St. Joseph, Mo., April 80. Cattle Re
ceipts, 8.O0O head; market higher; steers,
$13.00017.25; cows and heifers, $7.00014.50;
calves, 'sftOOll. 60.
Hogs riecelpts, 6.600 hesd; market
strong; top, $17.66: bulk of sales, $17,260
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 8,000 head;
market stesdy; Ismbs. $17.00020.60.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
W. Potts, Saratoga street, 168.7 feet
esst of Forty-fifth street, north side,
Ouatavs A. Rauh and -wife to Winn
F, Guild, Camden avenue, 225 feet
east of Twenty-fifth avenue, north
side, 45x120 3.750
Henry J. Hopper and wife to Jeff E.
Davis, southeast corner Twenty
fourth and Oak streets, 47.5x158 2,150
Antonletta C. 8rhuster to Abraham
Katskee. Twenty-third street, 160
fn,t north of K street, east side,
Light Receipts of All Cereals;
Quotations on Corn Un
changed; Oati Decline;
Omaha. April $0. 191$.
Light receipts ot grain wer reported to
day, arrivals totaling only 161 cars. Wheat
receipts were $4 car: corn, 16 rsrs; oats,
$7 car; rye. 1 car and barley, $ car.
Small receipts met with lower cost price
for all cereals. Spot quotatlona in corn
were generally unchanged to 4o lower.
Oats also followed In the decline, selling
off Ik 0 and 3 Ho per bushel. '
Ry and barley wer quiet, no asles hav
ing been reported at a late hour and prac
tically no bids wer offered by the millers.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 34.000 bu.S corn. 233,000 bu.
Primary wheat receipts wer 143,000 bu.
snd shipments 71,000 bu., against receipts of
"34,000 bu. and shipments of 677,000 bu.
Primary corn reoelpta war 111,000 bu.
and shipments 488,000 bu.. against receipts
of 607,000 bu. and shipments of 431,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts wars 1, 118,000 bu.
and shipments $23,000 bu., sgalnat receipts
of 879.000 bu. and shipments of 906.000 bu.
Wheal. Corn, Oats.
Chicago 7 331 344
Minneapolis , 140 .. ..
Duluth , ,. 6
Omaha 24 $7
Kansas City ........... 6 89 7
St Louis 19 2$ 64
These sales wer reported today:
Corn No. 1 whlt. 1 esr, J. 76; $ cars.
$1.75; No. 3 white, 1 Tars, $1.72; No. 4
white, cars, $1.68; $-6 car, $1.67: No. 6
wmte, i car, $1.60; l car. $1.69 No. f White,
1 car, $1,66; eampl white, 1 rsr, $1.30;
t 3-5 cars. $1.15; 3-$ car. $1.15: No. 1 yellow,
1 cars. It. 65; 6 cara. $1.64 No. 1 yellow 1
car, 81.65H; 10 cars, $1.11; 1 cars. $1.61;
I 3-5 can, $1.60; 2 cars. $1.69; No. 4 yellow,
1 oar, $1.66; 1 car, $1.67 No, 6 yellow, 1 car,
$1.60; 1 cars, $1.47; No, $ yellow. 1 car,
$1.8": 1 car, $1.36; 1 rare, $1.16: sample
yellow, 1 csr, 11.00; No. 1 mixed, 1 car,
$1.61; 1 ear, $1.69; No, I mixed, I cara,
$1.69; 1 $-1 cars. II 67: No. 4 mixed, 1 rsr,
$1.66; No. 1 mixed. 1 car. $1.48: 1 car, $1.47;
No. 6 mixed, 1 cars, $1.36; 1 rar. 11.30: asm
pis mixed, 1 car, $1.00; 1 car. 13c.
Oats No. 1 whits, 1 car, IO401 standard,
1 car, llo; 1 ears, 8044a; 1 ears, 80Hc; No.
3 white, 1 rar aOfcci cars. 30HC 4 cars,
80c; No, 4 while, 1 car, 80Ho; 8 cars, $nc;
1 car, 79c; 6 cars. 7914c; aampls white,
1 car, 77Hc; 3 cars, 77o; 1 cars, 7$.e;
oata and barley, 1 car, 7Ho; 1 car, 77o;
1 car. 76 He
Omaha Cash. Prices Corn: No, white,
$1.7601.76; Nr.. $ whlt, $1.71; No. 4 white.
I1.67W1.68; No 6 white. $1.690 1.60; No.
6 white, $168; 1 ample white, $1.1191.80 No.
1 yellow. $1.6401.66; No. $ yellow, $t.6IO
1.63V,; No. 4 yellow, $1.5701.6$; No. $ yel.
low, $1,471.50: No. $ yellow, $1.160117;
sampls yellow, $1,00; No. $ mixed, $1,69 0
1.63; No. $ mixed, $1.57yl.6S; No. 4 mixed.
$1.64; No. 6 miicd, 11.4701.48; No, 1 mixed
$1.3001. 36; sampls mixed, 3cO$1.00.
Oats: No. 9 white, ei standard. 80 "4
081c; No. $ white, 80ff80',c: No 4 whlt
79H08tto; sample. 761,07716.0.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Th Be
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
31$ Houth Sixteenth street, Omahat
Article,' Open H'h Low'los jyeat.
Corn. I I I
May 1 37H 1 17H 1574 1 17U 1174,
July 1 494, 1 K4 147H 1 49U 149H
May 74t, 81 71 794, 7ii
July 72, 71t 711i 714 71H
May 46 60 46 60 4$ 10 43 66 4$ $0
July 44 76 46 45 44 75 45 40 46 50
May 14 42 14 1$ 24 42 24 $6 34 $8
July 24 $7 1$ 01 24 76 14 17 34 13
May 13 67 It $1 It 87 11 63 23 68
July 18 11 21 16 51 11 1.1 33 28 10
CHICAGO CHAIN AND PBOVVIYSIONS.
Renewed Peso Talk Bearish Factor In Corn
Market, Based Upon Report of Fresh
Offer by Austria.
Chicago, April 10. Renewed peac talk
counted to a material extent today a
bearish factor In th corn markt Prlcea
closed nervous, It to lHo nst lower, with
May $1.3714 and July $1,484 to 11.48V.
Oata finished unchanged to o down. In
provision th outcome varied from 160 de
cline to a rts of lOo.
Bear had th advantage In corn almost
th entire day,' but especially so aftsr re
ports became public that Austria wss mak
ing a fresh peso offer to Italy. Previously
th fact that a cargo of Argentina corn had
arrived In New York gav th chief stimulus
to soiling, but forecasts of warmer weather
likely to faellltat planting tended also to
put the market on th down grade. Con
tinued rains, however, snd a certainty that
old . corn In orlbs would thu bs further
damaged, led to tralnslsnt rallies. Lowest
quotations of th session were then touohsd
after the peace gossip had been mad th
most of to further ths interests of th
Auspicious wsather and crop conditions a
well as th new peace move pulled support
away from oat. Seabosrd demand was
Saver declines In pork continued to re
sult from liquidation by holders. Offering
of lard and ribs, though, were relatively
Chicsgo, April 30. Duttsr Firm; cream
Egg Receipts, 68,467 oasss; markst un
Potatoes Reoetpts. 4$ cars; markst un
changed. Poultry Fowls, market higher at 19 Ho.
Chicago Cash Prices Corn No. 3 yellow,
$1.6801.76; No, $ yellow, $1.6001 69; No.
4 yelow, $1.4601.10. Oats: No. $ white,
6244084c: standard, 83 ',4 6 840. By: No. 1,
$?,62. Barlsy: $1.4001.80.
Seed Timothy, $6.00 88.90; elovsr, $11.00
Provisions Pork, nominal; lard, $24.55;
New York Coffs Market,
New York, April 80. Coffee The market
for coffe future was quiet and rather
irregular. First price 30 to 14 points lower
unoer scattering liquidation, which may
have been promoted by reporta that stocks
at Brazilian ports are becoming so heavy
that it is difficult to secure additional room
for atorage. Th question ot sdequata ton
nage, however, was still discussed around
the ring, and prices steadied later in th
day, with near months relatively firm on
covering. May sold up to 1.07c, while
March held around 8.64c, with th general
list closing net 8 points higher to 1 point
lower May, 8.06s; July, 8.23c; September,
8.35c: October, 8.89c; December, 8.46c;
January, 8.62c; March, 8.64c.
Spot,, quiet; Rio 7s, 8 Tie; Santos 4s, 11c.
A little freight room was reported available
for May shipment st $8.00 a bag, but there
were very few flrm offers In evidence. A
sal of Santos 4s was reported at 9.90c and
Rio 7 wer ssld to be offered her at 8.06c
Th official cable ahowed no change
In Brazilian markets except Santos futures,
which wer unchanged to 76 rels lowsr.
Santo cleared 43,000 bags for New York.
Brazilian port receipts, 36,000 bags.
New York General Market.
New York, April 30. Corn Spot, barely
steady; kiln dried. No. 1 yellow, $1.65; No.
4 yellow, $1.60; No. 1 whits, $1.86, cost add
freight, New York prompt
Oat Spot, quiet; natural, 93H094fc.
Provisions Easy; mess, $58.00. Other
srtlcles unchanged. '
New York, April 30. Butter Market
firm; receipts, 10,260 tubs, cresmsry, higher
than extra, 460464c; creamery extras, (92
score), 45Hc; firsts, 42U045ci packing
stock current make, No. 1, 814032c
Eggs Steady; receipts. 30,688 caaes; fresh
gathered extras, 38038 4c; fresh gathered,
storage packed firsts,' 36 40374c; fresh
gathered, regular packed extra firsts, 36 4
37c: do, regular packed firsts, 35036c
Cheese Market ateady; receipts. 11,523
boxes: state held specials, 244036c; do,
averaga run, 24035a; do, fresh specials,
23 4 033c; do. average run, 2214 224c
Live and Dressed Poultry Market firm,
Kansas City Grain Market.
Kansa City, Mo., April 30. Corn No. 1
mixtd. $1.6301 66; No. 2 white, $1.7801. 83;
No. i yellow, $1.6601.79; May, $1.37;
Oata No. 1 whits, 86c; No. t mixed, 114
Kansa City Mo April 30. Butter-
Creamery, 404c: firsts, 39 4c; seconds. 31c;
Eggs First 314c.
Poultry Hets. 23c; roosters 164c: 1918
Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis, Minn., April 10. Flour Mar
Barley $1.4001 83.
Corn No. 3 yellow, $1. 50 1.60.
Oats No. 3 white, 80 4 81.
Flex $4,024 4.04i.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Trade Increases Materially in
Volume, But Prices Decline
Following Report of New
New York, April SO. Prices rose 1 to 14 .
points at the brisk opening ot today's stock
market, but reacted 1 to I points before
noon, thereafter pursuing an uncertain
cours with Irregular and partial recoveries
at th close.
Th Initial advanc was the direct result
of the repulse of the teutonic forces on th
Frnco-Belglan front, wMle the setback
seemed to originate In heavy realising for
profits, which board room gossip attributed
to prominent speculative Interests.
Declines wsrs facilitated by advent
rumors, among which was an unsub
stantlatsd report that th Washington au
thorities Intend to Impose further restric
tions upon th country' exchanges, partlcu-
larly thoas dealing In cotton and food stuffs.
Trading Increased materially, both In
volume and arops, th turnover of th morn
ing being vastly In exnes of th previous
session' entire operation. United State
Improvement just as It led ths opening ad
vance, fluctuating between 96 4 and 13 H. '
closing st H-. a nominal net loss.
Th steel corporation's quarterly state
ment and Its accompany In announcement
of the maintenance of the "Extra" $ per cent
dividend on th common toek wer not la
sued until after th market' olos. Sale
amounted to 650,000 shares.
Italian exchange made a new minimum,
lire selling at 9.0$ for checks.
Bonds wsre extremely variable. Including
liberty issues, which comprised th bulk of ,
the larger dealings. Total sale par valus,
United States bonds, old Issues, wer un-j
changed on call.
Number of sales and rang ot price of .
th leading storks: Closing
Sale. High, Low Bid,
A mer. Beet Sugar 724
American Can .... 8.400 43H 43,
Amer. C. A P 16.000 78 78 7$
Amsr, Locomotive, 1.300 644 $' 8,.
Amer. S. A R . . . . . 900 76 ',t 774,
Amsr. Sugar Ret,. 400 1034 103 102H
Amsr. T. A T $.800 87H 964 96
Amer '.., L, A S .... 134
Anaconda Copper . 4,100 $4, 43S 63
Atchison 400 81 814 5s
A.. O. A W. I. 8. L. 3,200 1084 1M4 106
Bal. A Ohio 600 814 $1 $1
Butt A Sup. Cop, 300 104 194 194
Cal. retroleum ... 100 16 1$ 16
Canadian Pacific .. 1.160 1374 1$H 1"?
Central Leather .. 1.900 664 64 6444
Ches. A Ohio 200 66i 664 664
C. M. A St. P 300 374 37H 374
qm. a n. w 6o 904 $0 $04
C, R. t. A P. otfs. 600 114 18t 184
Chlno Copper ... . . 600 42 414 41 4
Colo. T. A 1 1.400 404 394 39 t
Corn Products Ref. $6,000 14 334 $$T
Crucible Stsel 7.400 864 63i 634
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 600 284 $$ $8 4
Distillers' Sec 11,600 614. 60 4 (1
Erls 10 14U 1444 144
Gsnsrsl Klectrlo ,. , ...141
General Motors ... 4,000 114 114 116,
Ot. No. pfd . 88 4
Ot No. Ors ctf .. 1,600 394 !$44 tM
Inspiration Coppr. 4.900 62 4 61 4 $11,
Int. M. M. pfd 19.000 89 4 88 4 R$i
International Nickel. 1,700 21 '4 ' 17i IT
International Paper. $.300 40 4 ITU $
K. C. Southern..., .... , IS
Kennocolt Coppr.. 900 SITi 11 814
Louis. A Nash ..... .... 111 '
Maxwell Motors 1$4
Mexican Petroleum $,40 9414 9344 .134
Miami Copper .... 1,100 29 184 284
Missouri Pacific. 3,600 804 30 20
Montana Power .. 1 . .... 66
Nevada Copper ... 400 194 194 19
N. Y, Cantrsl..... 700 684 674 67i
N. Y.. N. H. A H. . ,. .... 284
Norfolk A Western JOS .
Northern Pacific 834
Pselflo Mall 100 31 4 11 304'
Pennsylvania, tot 4444 44 4444
Pittsburgh Coal , 11
Ray Cons. Copper. 600 144 34 144
Reading ,., 41.800 90 77 784
Republic I. A 8... 7,100 814, 79 4 80 4, .
Shattuck Arl. Cop 1$
Southern Pacific. 1,900 914 $91 81 i
nouthern Railway., 1,100 104 1044 104
Studbkr Corp. .. 11,900 174 $4 4 ,
Texas Co 1,600 144 143 1434
Union Paclflo 4,600 1184 117 11$
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol.. 6,100 124 4 123 4 1334
U. 8. Steel ...... ,1$4.600 944 934 944
ir a at..i ana, 111 una has
Utsh Copper ' It
Wabash Pfd "8".. .I,...;..."..-.',,.,'. St
Western Union .... 100 93 4 93 4 . t$ H
Westing. Else. .... 1,300 4044 894 404
Total sales for the dsy, ($0,000 share. rV
Omaha Stocks and Bonds,
Stocks. Bid. Asked.
Burgess-Nssh Co., 7 pet pM.,100 ,1004 '
Beatrice Cresmery Co., pfd. .100 ' 108 '
Cities Service, common. ,148 200 ;'
Cities Servlcs Co., pfd........ 7$ 7414
Cudahy Packing Co.,, 7 pet. pfd.
ex-dlv ...103 191 '
Deere A Co., pfd. ............ 94 ; tf
Harding Ice Cream Co., 7 pet. '
pfd 100 10'
Towa Ry. A Light, pfd.,....., 98 t ,
Nebraska Power Co., 7 pet pfd. 100 "101
Nye-Bchnelder-Fowler Stock .. .. 114
Omahs A Council Bluffs Ry, A
Bridge, pfd $846' 61 ,
Orchard A Wllheltn Co., T pet.
pfd 100 . 1014)
IT. E. Smith A Co., 7 pet. pfd. .101 ..
Trl-Clty Ry. A Light Co., pfd.. $4 8$
Union Power A Light Co., 7 pet.
pfd. 100 tot -
tlnlon Stock Yard Co. stock.. 100 101
Argentine Trae. I pet not, -
du 1120 96 8i
American Foreign Sscurltloa i '
du 1920 $$V 964
Canada, Dominion of, 6a, du
1919 t$H t(
Columbus, Nsb Light, Hsat 4k "
Power . 1924 94 ., $1
Hastings, Neb , School 414s, du
3928, Opt 1917.. 94 tt
Towa Portland Cement Co, 6s 100
Montana Power 6s, 1448 18 $t ;
N. T. Cent. $ yr. 6s. Sept. 1919.. $7 ,97 .-,
Omaha Athletic Club bldg., 1st tv
mortgage 6. 1920-83 994 lot
Omaha ft Council Bluff St. By.
5. 1928 $7 , 84 '
City of Omaha, pet ...,.,.,...4.81 '
New York Money.
New York, April 80 Mercantile Papr '
Four and six months, t per cent - .,..,
Sterling Sixty-day bills, I4.71H; aenuners
clal 60-day billa on banks. $4.71; eoramor,
clsl 60-day bills. 14.714! demand, $4.75 4
cables, $4.7$ 7-16. '
Sllvor Bar, 994,c; Msxican dollar. TJV
Bonds Government and railroad, Irreg
ular. Tim Loan Steady; $0 day, $H and .
per cent: 90 days, 54 and t per cent; six, -months,
6 per cent bid. ,-
Call Money Steady: high, 4 per cents
low, 84 per cent: ruling rate, 4 per cent; -closing
bid, 8 per cent: offered at 4 per '
cnt; last loan, 4 per cent. s
U. S. 3 reg... 97 Ot. No. 1st 44 $
d coupon ...97 111. Cen. r. 4.. 714
U. S 9s reg... 99 Int. M. M. 6s.. 904 ;
d cupon ... tt K. C. S. r. 6.. 774,
V. 8. Lib. 14 9 08L, A N. un. 4s 854
U. S. 4 Mg.,105 M K A T t 4 6144
ao coupon ..ivd jho. esc. ion. us
Am, F. S. $.. 954Mqnt. Powsr 6 $84.;,
A. T. A T. c 5 tS N. Y. C. d. 6 134
Anglo-French 8s 90 4 No. Pac 4s.... tl i
Arm. A Co. 4Hs 84 4 do 3s ........ 87 .
, 1.L1 J- T. Am tiu
B. A O. c. 4tts 7$ttPac. T. A T. 6 11
Beth. Steel r. 5 894Penn. con., 4H I6V4 .
Cen. Leath. 6a t4 do gen. 4tts.89..
Cen. Pac. let.. 784Readlng gen. 4s $3 -,
C. A O. c. 5s.. 79 S L 8. F. a. 6a $2
C. B. A Q. . 4 92480. Pac CV. Ca 13 ...
CMASPe4Wa64 So. Ry. ( tl4
C. R. I. A P. r. 4s 65 4'Tex. A Pac. 1st 8444
C. A S. r. 4 Vis 70 4 Union Paclflo 4s 8T4
D. A R. O. r 6s 60 4 U. S. Rubber 6 784
Dom of Can. t tV. B. Steel 6.. 74.
Erl gen. 4s.... 63 'Wabash 1st .. H4.-i
Gen. Klectrlo t t6HFrnch fo. .,,
London Honey. '; ( v
' London," April 10. Silver Bar, ' 4$ 4 4 pet
ounce. . - i
Money 2; percent
Discount Kates Short blls. $4 par cent
three month, 8 1-16 per cent- - t.
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