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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 118.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Homcholt' and Domestic.
.WANTED A thoroughly competent grf"fbr
kltehen and second work, or would hire
two girl or women who would divide up
I1 the work. Including the laundry work,
for small family. If thoroughly competent
and can come well recommended will pay
highest wagea Drop line where you can
be 'phoned to, giving reference, experience
and wagea wanted. Only strictly respect
able and neat persons need apply. Ad
dress Postoftice Bos 678, Council Bluffs.
WANTED 15 girls, experienced on power
aewlng machines. Experienced operators
can earn from $1! to 115 per week. Light,
clean, steady work. Two weeks' guaran
tee given new beginners. Omaha Auto
. Top Co., 709-11 South 16th St.
JOOD girl to assist with housework; small
family; small house; nice room and good
wages; no laundry, housecleanlng done.
Call mornings or after 6 evenings. Wal
nut 8686. 6068 Capitol avenue.
girl tor. general housework; must
be experienced, cook i no laundry work and
best wages. . 8515 .Woolworth avenue
TO THE GIRL who desires to work in a
horns where good treatment Is extended
and wages fairly good, will do well by
calling HRrney 4286 or Harney 2268.
WANTED Middle aged .woman to do
house work; three In family; good wages;
good home 1142 South Thirty-first street.
Omaha, Neb. -
WANTED Competent maid for general
housework; no washing; three In family;
good wages. Harney 6429.
WANTED An experienced white girl for
general housework. Mrs. Ralph Peters.
514- S. 40th. Harney 205.
YOUNG whi'e girl- to assist with child and
light housework. Good home. Telephone
Walnut 1621 -
WANT an experienced nurse, one used to
children. Mrs. D. C. Bradford, 404 S. 39th
St. Phone Harney 323.
WANTED An experienced white second
maid. Apply Mrs. G. C. Wharton, 604 S.
37th St Harney 238.
WANTED Girl for general housework, fam
ily of two; good wages; good home. 2416
Newport Ave. Colfax 3163.
WANTED A girl for general housework,
no washing, 8 a week. Telephone Har
ney v. 6
CAPABLE girl for general housework; two
In family. 504 South 36th Street. Har
AN EXPERIENCED LAUNDRESS AT
ONCE. APPLY CLARKSON HOSPITAL.
WANTED An experienced cook. Mrs.
Joseph Barker, 3607 Jackson St. Har. 27.
A MAID for general housework. References
required. Mrs. Tom McKhane. Harney 2241.
YOUNG girl wanted to assist In general
housework part time. Harney 1633
WANTED Middleaged housekeeper on farm.
Box 8728, Omaha Bee.
WHITE- laundress to make home at insti
tution; good wages. Douglas 3024.
GIRLS, COLORED PREFERRED.
OMAHA PAPER STOCK CO.,
.. 18TH AND MARCY ST.
, NIGHT SCHOOL;
Every day is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer.
elal and English branches. Catalogue free.
- BOYLES COLLEGE.
Douglas 1666. 18th and Hnrney Bts.
Van Sant School of Business.
i -Day and Evening scnoois.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Doualas 6810 '
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
If, you fall to find the room you
desire among these ads call at The
Bee office for a Room List. Gives
complete description of vacant rooms in
' all parts of the city. New lists Issued
every week. if--
t.ARGE, Bunny furnished room in modern
home on car line. Walking distance.
Har.scom Park district. Call Harney 1208,
TWO-ROOM, modern suite and sleeping
porch, completely furnished. Field Club
district. Harney 6471.
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine. 608 North 17th St. Reason
able rent. .
1823 CASS Large, nicely furnlHhed, airy
room for summer; walking distance. Doug
1920 DODGE Largo ifront room, newly
furnished, 55. Douglas 7442.
ONE, two or three light housekeeping
rooms; bath floor. 2578 Harney.
6UITE of clean, neatly furnished rooms on
second floor; no children; laundry privi
leges. 2902 Dodge.
LARGE neatly furnished three-room suite.
Also garage. No children. 3026 Daven
port 166 PARK AVE. Two nicely furnished
rooms, sink, gas range, pleasant and com
fortable for summer.
HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping rooms, 2 and
4 rooms, modern. 402 North 16th street.
NICE, clean housekeeping rooms. 1611 How
Board and Room.
STRICTLY modorn, welf furnished large
front room, with closet, on bathroom floor,
only $9. to a respectable gentleman who
appreciates a clean, quiet home. 712 N.
12d St. Douglas 9107.
EXCLUSIVE modern room and board to re
flned business people. Home cooking.
Instantaneous heater, lawn and shade.
Walking distance. References exchanged.
Box- 6406 Bee
1561 DODGE ST. Gentleman wishes roora
mate, walking distance, good board; rea-
THREE unfurnished rooms. 310. 913 N
lth St Phone Douglas 45
THREE nice unfurnished rooms and bath,
for light housekeeping, la Dundee. 906 N.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
V CLASSY 3-room and bath apartment, near
24th and Harney, furnished complete, for
142.60 per month. A high class proposi
tion for high class people. Bedford-John-
' ston Co. D. 8140.
MY four-room, completely furnished, mod
ern apartment, 'till October 1. . 6-rooin
accomodations, excellent condition; refer
ences required. Box 6048 Omaha Bee.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished f-room apart
ment, 'with sun porch, to sublet; best lo
cation and Janitor service. 2208 Harney.
Telephone Harney 6813.
NEATLY furnished 7-room cottage, with
piano; for board. Colfax 1846.
FOR RENT HOUSES
VOR RENT 301 S. 38th 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.
ELEUANT 1-room brick near high school,
furnace, laundry, gas and fire places, all
ready to move Into. Tel. Harney 6564.
Keys 2601 Capitol Ave., adjoining.
215 N. 26TH Duplex flat. 7 rms.. 632.50.
Tyler 1536. -. - - 333 Securities Bldg.
WEST Fsrnam street, 8 rooms, modern, with
garage. 635. Tyler 1506, S. P. Bostwlck, 300
FIVE rooms and bath; south front; near
car; good neighborhood; recently dec
crated. Priced right to nice couple.
Phone Web. 3779.
1813 Grace St.. s-room house. 32.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY COMPANY.
80S S. 18th St. - Douglas 722.
fARTIE3 having houses for rent or sale In
the neighborhood of a Basket Store will
do well to mention advantage to the pros
pective renter or buyer.
fdlTR rooms n.d bath, second floor, nice
FOR RENT HOUSES
90S NJ 17 Til 6-r. mod. apt 6i:.o0
162! Cuming, 4-r, mod. apt J--5
2617 Capitol Ave. -r. mod. tlat 2.00
2917 Castelar 5-r. mod. cot 15.00
8425 Parker 4-r., part mod ... 12 50
RASP BROS.. 210 Keeline BJdg. Tylor721
BUY TWIN CITY GARDEN'LOTS.
II DOWN. 50 CENTS PER WEEK: 1
, MILE FROM FARNAM-r ul
PHONE DOUGLAS 829. '
ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS A CO.. BEE . BLDG
Garden, 4U N. 3Sth: 6 rooms. .. . 315.00
Flat, -130 5 Leavenworth: 6 rooms. .120.00
JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas 154.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. ., Tyler 7!9.
Shooee 4 Co.. R-tal. Douglas 423
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
NICELY vflnlshed. well arranged, Duplex
flat, seven rooms, nice front and back
- lawn, garden; walking distance; rent
reasonable: Located at 918 8. 25th St.
Phone Tyler 2251-W. Immediate posses
slon. HAMILTON APTS.. fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers during summer: best location, 14th
and Farnam. Prices reasonable. Call D.
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK CIobs in, few
equal; 4-room apartment; also 4-room
flat. Apply 2201i N. 23d. Phone Red 4232.
BEAUTIFUL, strictly modern, four and
five room apartments. Sethlow Ter
race, 16lh and Yatea Webster 933 and
FOUR-Room new apt., modern; corner;
very light, 125; vacant May 1. Maple
Court. 1811 Maple St. Red 888.
THREE large rooms and bath; modern
except heat: 812. 2511 Corby St Web
ster 6756. Inquire upstairs residence.
INQUIRE upstairs, residence; 3 large rooms
and bath. Modern except heat, 112. 2511
Corby St. Webster 6755.
STEAM heated modern apartment, Clowry
Court. G. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
3 AND 4-ROOM apartments. 616 S 22d St
PETERS TRUST CO.
Riwlnllsts 1o Ansrtment management
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
STORE FOR RENT 15th and Douglas. 20x
60. steam heat, rent 8115 per month.
WORLD REALTY CO.
Douglss 6342. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN store. 16th near P. O. Low rent.
O. P. Stebblns.' 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
CONSIDER The Bee building when choos
ing offices. It Is time well spent. Key
stone Investment Co. Tyler 131.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN & STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St. between
16th and 16th. Phone Tyler 3400. Have
your moving handled Just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's .the way
we do it. Ask to see our dally rental lists
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos: moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO,
806 S. 16th. Douglas 4163.
Phone DouglaS 288 for complete
list of vacant nouses ana apart
ments Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jaqkson fits.
WE HAUL ANYTHING.
Unload carload lots rock, sand, or
any other material.
CHAMBERS & O'NEILL.
2102 Leavenworth St. Phone Tyler 1419.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
T PTTl?Fi Express Co.. Moving,
. J. IVEJIJIJ Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2748. Doue. 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
is one of the prettiest spots In Omaha,
fairly closo I:, and handy to two oar
lines. We offer the following extra
food values in this district:
$4,150 An 8-room,all modern house,
oak floors. Located on the car line
near Llnco'n boulevard. 31,000 cash
85.OO0 A very well built home, 8
rooms with hot water hnat, oak finish,
dandy south front lot overlooking the
park. Terms reasonable.
$10,000 On of the largest and best
oullt home's in this district. South
front lot overlooking the park and
boulevard, Vlrst floor has on Immense
living room and extra large library;
dining room with panelled walls, com
plete iian'ry and kitchen. Second floor,
four large bedrooms and sleeping porch
with two tile bath rooms. Third floor,
two large rooms and complete bath
room. Quarter sawed oak finish, oak
floors throughout; hot water heat, two
fireplaces, vlajcage for two cars, with
cement driveway; large shade trees.
A big sacrifice at $10,000 and can be
handled with $2,000 cash and 385 per
GLOVER & SPAIN,
919-20 City Nat1!.
New, Sightly and Attractive
Living room, dining room, den or bed
room, kitchen and bath on first floor; 2
bed rooms and bath room on second floor;
hardwood finish and oak floor through
iut: 55 ft, east front lot. This house Is
exceptionally well built, the location is
high and sightly and the surroundings
,-xtra good; additional ground adjoining
can be bought if desired. Ask for price
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-18 Keeline Bldg. Phone Douglas 690.
LOOK AT THIS
BEMIS PARK HOME
1314 NORTH 86TH ST. This Is a
good 2-story, 6-room modern house, 1st
class condition, having living room,
dining room, kitchen, pantry and Ice
box room, first floor, 3 large bed rooms
and bath on 2d floor; paved street and
ornamental lighting systom through
out the district. Price low for uuick
GEORGE & CO., DOUG. 736.
New 5-Room Bungalow
and One Quarter Acre
3250 cash snd 325 per month buys brand
new bungalow, oak floors and hardwood
finish throughout. Located at 43d and
Oak SCS" Price 32.975.
The Byron Reed Co. '
Phone Douglas 287.
212 S. 17th.
A RENT SAVER.
Near the beautiful Clairmont addition,
7 rooms, well built well located, close to
car line and school, ceuld not be built
today for 34,000. Party wants to sell and
will take 81,000 down and 330 ptr month.
Your opportunity to buy right snd save
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
70! Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.) Tyler 486.
5-ROOM HOUSE Modern except heat, on
paved street. In A-l condition. 1'4 blocks
from 2 car lines. Lawn, flowers and
garden. A cozy 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; 33,600,
8300 cash. Call day Doug. 2140.
6-R., all mod., oak finish, 6 years old, ga
rage, on paved, Pinkney St., only 33,500;
$350 cash, balance monthly.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
NEARLY N EW " KL'XGALOW""
Dandy stucco bungalow. five good
slied rooms and bath, all on one floor,
choice oak finish, tastily decorated,
bookcases, mffet, and sun room, good
uttle and bas.ment. nice level lot 40x140,
only une bli.rk to car line. Price $3,900
About half cash.
OSBOt'NE REALTY CO.
701 Oni. Na'' Bk. Bldy, Tyler 496.
A Fine Home for Sale
3315 BURT ST.
Reception hall, living room, dining
room with unrter sawed floors and fin
ish; butler's nuntry and kitchen with built
in cabinets; tour bedrooms and bath on
second floor with oak floors and white
enamel finish The house is beautifully
decorated throughout; brick foundation,
'lot 65x168 feet, paving paid; fine shade.
For further Information call
J. L. HIATT COMPANY
OAf, FIRST NATIONAL
vw" BANK BLDG.
$200 Down and $25 A
Month Near 28th &
Just listed a six room, strictly modern
except heat; three rooms and small bed
room on first floor; two large bedrooms
and bath on second. Large lot, 60x140
east front on paved street, paving paid
for. House newly decorated and painted
throughout. Price $2,500 for quick sale.
This Is a snap. ,
Payne Investment Co.
537 Om. Nat'l Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
Miller Park Sacrifice
Just listed one of the largest snaps
that was ever offered for sale in Miller
Park district Six rooms full story
house. Three rooms down stairs fin
ished In quarter-sawed, oak finish and
floor. Three large bedrooms upstairs fin
ished in quarter-sawed oak floors and
woodwork. Full cement basement, fur
nace heat: .large lot, 45x120 feet, south
front on paved street. One-half block
from car line; two and one-half blocks
from Miller Park school. This property
is priced at $5,500. We will leave It
to you If H Isn't a bargain at this money.
Would take about 83,000 to handle it.
Payne Investment Co.
687 Om. Nat'l Bk. Bldg. D. 1781
High-grade, 7-r. home, strictly mod.,
rooms large and In best of repair, fine cor.
lot, paving paid, double garage, one blk.
to car, close to school and park. Price
RASP BROS., REALTORS.
210 KEELINE BLDG. TYLER 721.
WE SELL, Rent, Insure and make Loans
on City property, North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
34th and Ames Ave. Col. 217.
KOUNTZE PLACE Modern 6-roora bouse,
full basement, large lot. close to ear. Price
$8,860 Norris A Norrls. D. 4370.
M1NNE LUSA homes and lota offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler 187 '
7 rooms and bath, all modern, furnace,
cemented cellar, paving all paid, not new,
but one of those well built older houses;
3359 cash, 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; ulcely
decorated; fine location; near car line.
Price, 34,000. Terms. $600 cash, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Psxton Blk.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER A SHOTWELL,
203 S. 17th St. Douglas 6013.
8-R. PRESSED brick house; oak finish, full
lot with garage. $5,200.
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1294.
OWNER will sell high-class bungalow at
bargain to party able to make first pay
ment of $1,600; balance easy payments.
Tel. Colfax 1324.
W FARNAM SMITH 4 CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
!82i Farnam St Dour 1064
REM ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your boms or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO.,
Electric Bldg. Tyler 86.
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. P. TUKEY and SON.
620 First National 'Bank Bldg.
M CAOUE INVESTMENT CO.,
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist
16th and Dodge Ste Douglas 416.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACKAGE Fine site on B. A M. R. R.,
size 95x165. Can be bought cheap. Call
owner evenings. Phone Wal. 70.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
GOOD Omaha residence property to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease, 211 Bran, Th. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE -Unimproved
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
31 DOWN, 31 A WEEK.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
5-Room New Bungalow
and One Acre.
In Benson Gardens; just one block from
paved road and transportation. This fine
suburban home has electric lights, beau
tiful fixtures, hot air furnace, shades
all in. Grojr.d la In excellent condition
ail plowed and harrowed, one-half already
planted to potatoes. We will either sell
or rent 1.6 acres adjoining If desired.
Price 62.850, 8200 cash, 327.60 per month.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN,
1614 Hnrney St. Phone Tyler 60.
HIGH and sightly Dundee lots, 3876 to
$1,150. Easy terms, loans arranged for
building purposes. Phone D. 6074, Shuler
& Cary. Realtors
High slgh'ly location with about three
and one-half acres. Extensive planting
of trees and shrubbery. Brick house, 8
rooms. 2 bath rooms second floor. Double
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
FOR SALE for a short time only, my resi
dence on the Fort Crook Boulevard. 18tt
acres, 7 rooms, furnace, range, entirely
modern. If not sola soon will be rented.
Lowrle Child. Tel So. 21.
SIX well located lota In Bellevue; might
exchange for light automobile. Phone
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
WALK TO WORK AND PAY FOR A LOT
TWIN CITY GARDENS, MILE
FROM BUSINESS AND FACTORY DI8
TRICT. PHONE DOUGLAS 828.
FARM LAND WANTED
IT RMS WANTED.
Don't list your farm with us If yon
want to keep it.
E. P. SNOWDEN BON,
428 8. 16th. Douglas 3371.
WANTED 20,000 seres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land, Improved or unlmre-fA Ad-
m t, er AC7 Amah XX' -
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has 6 five-room houses, one T-
room, modern house, one S-room modern
house and 1 modern store buildings; all
well rented, on psved streets, close to
car lines In Omaha; also 820.000 first
mortgages; prices are right snd property
in first class condition.
, S. S." & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 City National Bank Building.
WE HAVE BUYERS
CASH OR TERMS
For 33.300 to 34.600 desirable homes. Also
for snaps In Rental Property. List with us
for quick results, ws advertise and sell.
D. E. BUCK & CO..
413 Omaha Nat. Bk. H01- IPj10:
TWO acres, b ghly Improved, close to
paved road. All clcnr. Want 6-room
modern cottige as part payment Call
JNTER-STATE REALTY CO.
813-14 City yatlonal Bank Building.
WJ2 HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
3300 to 3600 down. Call Osborne Realty
CO. Tyle r 496 .7 01 Om. Nat. Ban k B I d g.
6OR 6 ROOM house. Give locatlon'ln fulf
Lowest pric and what amount of money
to handle. No real estate agents. Box
6583, Omaha Bee.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULVIHILL,
200 Brandels Theater Bldg., Phone D. 31
WANTED Modern flat, value 330,000 to
840,000. Addnss P. O. Box 473, Onawa, Ia.
MEET me at F D Weed's Office
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
Tit PER CENT 1NTER12ST.
First farm debentures amply secured.
Denomination '3100, $500, $1,000 snd up.
HARLEY J. HOOKElk
First National Bank Uliff.
WE want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.,
638-40 Keeline Bldg.
DIVIDENDS OF6 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts n account.
OMAHA LOAN A BLDG ASSOCIATION
Kl 01 FARM LOANS. El C
O'Aj O PAUL PETERSON, O'OO
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDO.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
H. XV 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. 8716.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6. IV, and 6 Per Cent.
J. H. DUMONT Co., Keeline Bldg.
K1A -MONEY CW or
"72 O HARRISON & MORTON, 0 2 O
919 Omaha Nut Bk. Bldg.
3100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnsm Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co.. Omaha.
SHOPEN A COMPANY. Douglas 4238.
TEN TO 20 YEARS. LOW COST, easy pay
ments. W. U. TEMPI. ETON, 6M Bee Bldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG. 312 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 685.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee, 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 more. Price 335 per acre. Terms, 35
per acre cash, balance ton snnual pay
ments 6 per cent. Will consider part
cash and trade. Also 6,000 acres of dry
farming land in Crowley county. Colorado,
315 per acre; also New Mexico 60,000-ac.re
ranch, with water rights for 7,000 acres.
Address B. II. Tnllniadge. Pueblo, Colo.
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
farmers of moderate means to secure
farm homes on very easy terms Inform
us location desired. For fi- ink and
map and speolal railroad i writs
Floyd C. Tallmadge, Colon I:.. ,i Agent
Kans.-Colo. Ry Co., First National Bank
Bldg.. Pueblo. Colo.
LISTEN Old residents who refused to pay
81.26 acre for Eastern Colorsdo land 10
years ago are paying 310 to 325 now; Ne
braska aad Iowa parties , buying largely
since they found could save commissions
by buying direct from W. S. Pershing, ex
mayor of Llmon, Colo; 3,200 acres sold Ne
braska snd Inwa parties last week
(HO AO RES, smooth wheat-land, half mllo
from small ml I road town In Cheyenne
county, Colorado, Price 320 per acre.
Terms. The Chas. E. Gibson Co., First
National Bunk bldg.. Denver, Colo.
THE assistance you need In starting your
new home is just what we are in position
to offur you. We will do far 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. & I, R. Railway,
607 Wolvln Bill-., Duluth, Minn.
240 ACRES 4 MILES EAST OF ASHLAND.
160 acres under cultivation, all Into
wheat this year. One-half of the crop goes
with the place. All fenced, good well right
on the highest point, giving gravity water
system to the building site where you
should build your buildings. 328 per
acre takes it and I get this year's crop
or 835. per acre and this year's crop goes
with the place. Write me for descrip
tion, pictures and prices of other places.
Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford, Dawes
FOR SALE Improved farm, 240 acres, less
than four miles from Falrbury, Nebraska.
385.00 per ncre. Purchaser can assume
39,000 mctgage. This is certainly a
snap. Address, Glenn W, Martens, Pierre,
ONE 60 acres, one 40 acres, one 40 acres
of fine farming land, lmprov. ments on
every piece; on Santee Reservation, Ne
braska; patented. Buyers take Immedi
ate possession; all adjoining. Informa
tion. STEPHEN S. JONES, Flandreau, B. D.
I HAVE 640 acres In the good wheat
country, well Improved, 160 acres In cul
tivation; six miles of Kimball, In Kim
ball county, Neb. Price $35 per acre.
Write F. C. Chew, Kimball, Neb.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prices write Geo. Antlil. Blair. NOD,
RANCHES of all sl&es and kinds, easf
terms. A A. Patsman, 301 Karbaon BIK.
CHOICE FARMS, Nllsson, 422 Rose Bldg.
OWN a farm. We have some of the choicest
land in tns neari 01 me very oen ::
tlon of the Clovsr Belt of Central Wis
consin. Low prices. Easy terms. Write
for booklet and map. John 8. Owen
Lumber Co.. (.wen. Clark County. Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a.,
including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi ft C M. Rylsnder. 854 Omaha Nat'l
. . 11
GOOD ranches and farms and city property
for sale or exchange. Miss Maxlne Win
ters, 508 Metro. Bldg., Sioux City, Ia.
Auto phone 9111.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
LET US haul your live stock. We are fully
equipped to handle anything.
CHAMBERS & OWEILL.
2102 Leavenworth St. Phone Tyler 1419.
FOR SALE 20 head of horses and mules,
harness and wagons, all in good condition.
.Will sell cheap to clean up in few days.
Squire M. J. Weiler, Hsyqen ros
$238 TAKES my chunky gray team of mares,
2.700 lbs. To be sold by the 10th. Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley 2212 Douglas.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, 6 mo.. H. goods, total. $3.60.
Smsller, larger am'ts proportionals rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Securltl" Bldg.. 16th. Farnam. Ty, 666.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
1 C SMALLER LOANS. OC7
O W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1893. '
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TY. 960.
DIAMOND8 AND JEWELRY LOANS..
Lowest rates, Private loan booths. Harry
Malashnck. 151 4Jpodge;Jp 661 9EstL 1891.
Ireland Still Improves.
St. Taul. Minn., May 1. Arch-
bishoD lohn Ireland, who has been
seriously ill, spent a restful night and
continues to improve, according to a
statement made at his home early
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Market Active and
Prices Strong; Hogs 20
Cents Lower; Sheep Quo
Omaha, May i, 1918.
Receipts were: Csttle, Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 8,663 8,160 7,128
Official Tuesday f.068 18,066 7.839
Estimate today 6,400 17,600 6,300
Three days (Ills wk.. 33.130 43,715 19,764
Same days last week. .29.101 43.499 16.399
Same days 3 wka. ago.31,243 30.723 83,299
Sam, days 3 wks. ago 26.401 43,480 23.643
Same days year ago.. 34, 264 . 83,778 14,258
Receipts and disposition of .We stock at
the Union St.vk yards. Omaha, Neb., for
24 hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m., May 1,
cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Hr's.
C. M. & St. P 18 21
Wa bash 6 1 "
Missouri Pacific 1 1 1
Union Pacific 76 (1 19
C. & N. W., cast,. 13 6 ..
C. & N. V wist 63 84 1 1
C. St. P., M. 0 13 81
C. It. & Q, tast 16 3 1
'., H. .t y west 41 26 1
C, K. 1. & p.. east 13 7 ..
('., R. 1. & p., west 1 1 .. ..
Illinois Centra 4 1
CIiKmko Gt West 6 3
Total receipts 267 244
Csttle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co 993 2,339 691
Swift ft Company 1,722' 3.830 1,039
Cudiihy Packing Co.... 1,476 4,443 1,061
Armour Co 1,068 3.315 1,313
Sehwarts Co 743
J. W. Murphy 3,146 ....
Lincoln Pack. CO 88 .i
8. Omaha Pack Co... 14
Wilson Pack. Co 40
W. Jl. Vansant Co...,. 5
Kenton, Van, St Lush 31 '
Hill ft Bon 63
F. B. Lwis 289
Huntzlnger A Oliver.. 58
J. B. Root ft Co 66
J. H. Bulla 7
Rosenstork Bros. .... 18 ,,
F. G. Kellogg 33
Ellis & Co t. 103
Sullivan Bros 69
Rothschild ft Krebs.. 18
Missouri & Ka . C. Co, 8
Hlggin 6 .... ....
llaker, Jones 4 Smith 29
Banner Bros 69 .... ....
John Harvey 314
Dennis ft Frar.eis .... 13 .... ....
Jensen ft Lungien 45
I'at O'Day ..; 18
Other Buyer 683 ". ... 47
Totals 7.810 17,304 4,101
Cattle Supplies of beef cattle were not
very heavy today, about 6,400 head. The
three dnys' supply has ben 23,100 head, or
filly 6,000 short of the first half of last
week. Conditions surrounding the trsde
were much the same as on Tuesday and the
market was active at prices strong to a
dime higher, best beeves selling up to 117.40.
Cows and heifers ruled steady to strong.
Compared with a week ago, both - beef
stoers and cow stuff are selling 26 10c
hlpher, while some of the yearlings and
lightweight cattle are fully a dollar higher.
Stockers and feeders were in very good
demand and quotably unchanged.
Cattle quotation: Good to choice beeves,
816.26iStl7.40; fair to good beeves, 316.60)
16.50; common to fair beeves, 912.6015.0tf ;
good to choice yearlings, 9H.0015.60; fair
to good yearlings, 811. 006)13.60; common to
fair yearlings, !. 60 10.60; good to choice
heifers, 312.60H3.60; good to choice cows,
312.0013.26; fair to good cows, 89.7611.76;
common to fair cows, 87.609.60; prime
feeders, $12.00 18.26; good to choice feed
ers, 310.00(911.60; fair to good feeders, 39.50
09.60; common to fair feeders, $7.60 8.60 ;
good to choice stockers, 8C60 11.60; stock
heifers, $8.60010.50; stock cows, $7,600
10.00; stock calves, $8.60gj11.60; veal cslves,
Ir..00i8 13.00; bulls, stags, etc., $10.00Qll?.00.
3 fat lambs
258 fat lambs, Mexicans.
23 fat lambs, Mexican..
242 fat lambs, Mexican..
197 fat lambs, Mexican..
23 clipped fat ewes....
206 clipped fat lambs....
246 clipped fat lambs....
239 fed lamb
191 fed lambs
.133 $17 00
, 81 20 00
. 62 17 00
, 81 20 00
. 81 20 00
.100 12 60
. 93 15 60
. 94 15 50
Hogs On a supply of 17,600 head or !50
cars, the market opened fairly active, al
though early bids were 10c lower than yes
terday's close snd all of 26o lower than
yesterday's early market. A fair clearance
had been msdo on the rather hoavy run
around 10 o'clock and Indications were that
the remaining loads still In first hands
might sell at a little better figures than
the eHi-ly trade. Bulk of the sales ranged
from $16.65 to 316.85, and for the best light
weight shippers paid as high as $17.05,
which Is 20a under yesterday's top. Gen
erally speaking the day's trade will aver
age 20c lower than yesterday.
Sheep Sheep arrivals today amounted to
22 loads, estimated at 6,300 head, making a
total for the three days 19,764. There was
a little better feeling In the sheep market
this morning, than for the last few days.
While few early sales had been reported,
there appeared to be more activity. Three
cars of western lambs sold at 320.00. The
prospects were that the market would be
steady to strong, and posHlbly a trifle higher'
Sheep quotations: Good to choice lambs,
319.7620.10; fair to choice lambs, 31.60fi!
19.75; fair to choice yearlings. 916.60018.00;
fair to choice wethers, $14.5017.00; fair to
choice ewes, $13.60016.35; feeder lambs,
$17.60019.00; spring lambs, $15.00020.00.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, May 1. Cattle Receipts, 4,300
..ead; market, steady; native beef steers,
$11.50017.10; yearling steers and heifers,
$9.60015.00; cows, $7.60012.50; stocksrs and
feeders, 18.60 12.00; fair to prime southsrn
beef steers, $10 00 15.60,; beet cows and
heifers, $6.00(M3.'60; southern yearling steers
and heifers, $7.60 10.00; native calves, $7.16
Hogs Receipts, 14 600 head; market
lower; lights, $17.60017.75; pigs, $15.60
17.25; mixed and butchers, $17.25017.66;
giod heavy, $17 20017.40; bulk of sales,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,600 head;
market steady; lambs, 320.6021.25; ewes,
$16.00017.00; wethers, $16.50017.00; can
ners and choppers, $6.5009.60.
Kansas City Lire Stork.
Kansas City, May 1. Cattle Receipts,
11,000; market strong. Prime fed steers,
$16.60017.60; dressed beef steers, $16,260
16.76; western steers, 1 4.00 17.26: cows,
$7.76018-00; heifers, $8.60014.00; stockers
and feeders, $8.50015.oo; nuns, is.uu
12.76; calves, $8.0013.oo.
Hogs Receipts, 19,000; market lower.
Bulk. $17.16017.40: heavy, $17.1617.60;
packers and butchers, $17.26017.65; light.
$17.26017.50: Digs. $13.75017.50.
Sheep Receipt, 6,000; market strong to
higher. Lambs, $19.00020.40; yearlings,
$16.00017.60; wethers, $l&.00O".&0; ewes,
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City. May 1. Cattle Receipts, 3,-
000 head; market steady; beef steers, $12.00
017.60: fat cows and heifers, $9.00 014 00;
canners, $7.6008.60; stockers and feeders
$9.00014.00; calves. $8.00013.00; bulls, stags.
etc., $8.00013.00; feeding cows and heifers,
Hogs Receipts, 13,000 head; market 10 to
15c lower; light, 316.86017.00; mixed, $16.60
016.75; heavy, $16.50016.60; rigs, 816.00V
18.00: bulk. 316 65016.90.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
St. Josepb Live Stock.
St. Joseph. Mo.. Msy. 1. Cattle Receipts
3,000 head; market higher; steers, 313.00O
17.50; cows and heifers, $7.0016.50; calves
Hogs Receipts, 11,00$ head; markut
lower: too. $17 36: bulk, $16.96017.30.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,000 hesd;
market lower; lambs, $10.00020.10; ewes.
56,000 Black Timber Wolf
Pelts Sell for $700,000
St. Louis, May 1. The annual April
fur auction, which has been nela in
St. Louis the last eight days, will
close tomorrow when 1,088,000 furs
will be offered. With todty's sales
of $350,000 the total for the eight days
of the auction reached more tnan
Fifty-six thousand black timber
wolf pelts sold for $700,000 today.
Wolverine, marten and Kolinsky were
the on v other offerings.
One million muskrat, 13,000 beaver,
50,000 nutria and 25,000 Argentine fox
will be auctioned tomorrow.
Continued Light Arrivals; Ir
regular Prices on Cash Corn;
Oats Active; Barley Re
Omaha, May 1. 1918.
Continued light arrivals of grain were
noted again today with a total of 118 cars.
Wheat and oats receipts were very small,
13 "ars of wheat and 26 cars of oats show
ing up. Corn receipts were 76 cars snd
barley, 1 car.
Cash corn sold at rsther Irregular figures,
sales showing a variance of 6c from yester
day's sales. The Nos. 3 and 3 grades were
stesdy to lo and 2e higher and the lower
grdcs generally So ro 4o off. The bulk of
the receipts of this ceresl were of a good
sound berry and were disposed of readily.
Oats were In active demand at practically
unchanged figures. No. 3 white sold at yes
terday's bulk price of 89c and the No. 4
white at 79Hc One car of sample grade
oats brought 76c.
A lone car of barley was received and this
was of the milling grade and brought
Clearances were, wheat and flour equal to
none; corn, none; oats. $1,099,000 bushels
Primary wheat receipts were 223.000
bushels, and shipments 88,000 bushels,
against "celpts of 732,000 bushels. and
shipment it 1,399,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts -were 907.000
bushels, and ihlpments 785,000 bushels,
against receipts of 612,000 bushels, anl
shipments of 6!1.800 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 11,131,000
bushels, and shipments 1,136,000 bushels
against receipts of 723,000 bushels, and ship
ments of 1,001 000 bushels last year,
Chicago ....,,'., 10 '
St. Louis 16
Winnipeg ., ,, 76
These sales were reported todays
Corn No. 1 white: 1 cars, $1.7$. No. 3
white: $ cars, $1.71;SK cars, $1.70. No.
white; 4 cars, $1.67; 1 car. $1.67; 3-6 car,
$170; 3-6 car. $1.66. No. I white: 1 car,
$1.68; 1 car, $1.60. No. 6 white: 1 car, $1.60;
1 car, $1.40. No. t yellow: I ears, $1.64.
No. 3 yelow: cars, $1.63; t cars. 91.61; I
cars, $160. No. 4 yellow: l cars, $1.68;
1 car, 31.67; 8-6 car, 31.65. No. 5 yellow:
1 car, 31.45; 1 car, $1.43, No. 6 yellow:
1 car, $1.60. Sample yellow: 1 car, $1.20.
No, 2 mixed: 1 car. $1.63; 1 ear, $1.60. No.
3 mixed: 8 cars. $1.68; 3 cars, 31.67. No.
4 mixed: 1 car, $1.66; 1 ear, $1.65. No. I
mixed: I oars, $1.46; I car, $1.43. Sample
mixed: 3-6 car, 96n.
Oats No. $ whltei 8 cars. 80 He; l-l
car, 80. No. white: 1 ears, 7$ Ho. Sample
white: 1 car, 76o.
Barley No. 8 $-1 csr. $1.65.
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: Ne. 1 white,
$1.72: No. 3 white, $1.7091.71; No. 4 white,
$1.6601 67; No. 6 white, $1.6001.63; No. 6
white, 31.4001 60; No. t yellow, $1.64; No.
3 yellow, $1.6001. 68; No. 4 yellow. $1,660
1.58; No. 5 yellow, $1.4301.86; No. t yel
low,, $1.60; sample yellow, $1.30; No. 3
mixed. $1 8001 62; No. 8 mixed, 31.67 01.68;
No. 4 mixed, $1.5501.6$; No, I mixed, $1.49
01. 46; sample mixed, $6e. Oats; No. 1
white. 8OO8OH0; No. 4 white, T9Ho; sam
le 760. Barley: No. I, $1.66.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
816 South Sixteenth street Omahal
Artlole Open High Low Close Yest.
May 1 1 ITU 1$T14 1 ITU 12TU
July 148 1 48K 146 I 46 148 Vi
May 79H I0H T7 78 7
July 71 Tl 68 63 U
May 45 36 46 80 46 TO 48 Tl 46 $6
July 45 42 46 76 46 40 46 60 46 43
May 24 60 15 00 24 60 14 Tl 24 66
July 24 97 28 $6 24 92 21 IT 24 87
May 32 6T 13 60 21 62 21 76 21 63
July 28 36 23 76 23 22 28 60 23 23
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Corn and Onto Prices Tumble Owing to
Chicago, May 1. Corn prices tumbled
today owing to general liquidation brought
on largely by reports that the cast wss
offering to resell cash grain and by fresh
gossip regsrdlng peace. The market rinsed
weak at the same as yesterday's finish to
mo lower, with May $1.87H and July
31.45S01.45V. Oats lost 114 to 114 1140.
In provisions there was an advance of 12o
At the outset, new developments touching
peace eirorts gave considerable Impulse to
selling of corn, and so too did warmer
weather that pointed to Increased planting.
Assertions later that receipts at Kansas City
and St. Louis would be light from now on
led to a moderate rally, but before midday
the selling broadened again and weakness
became acute In the last hour. Optlmlstlo
forecasts of a huge wheat crop '.his sesson
appeared to have a good deal to do with
the readiness said to he shown by the east
to dispose of holdings. In this conneotlnn
there were likewise reports that big quan
tises of Cansdian oats were headed to the
Oats were ruled by the same factors which
Provisions went up grade chiefly on the
knowledge that May deliveries of lard.
aggregating 1,000,000 pounds, had gone into
Chicago, May 1. Butter Market un
Eggs Receipts, 29,176 eases; market un
Potatoes Market lower; receipts, 67
cars; Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota,
bulk, 65oO31.10; Wlscoasln, Michigan and
Minnesota, sacks, 81.10OL30.
Poultry Fowls, allvs, markst lower at
New York General Market.
New York, April $0. -Corn fpot esslsri
kiln dried. No. 2 yellow, $1.60; No. 4 yellow,
$1.66; No. 8 white, $1.80, cost and freight,
New fork prompt
Oats Spot, quiet; natural, 90O31O.
Provisions Easy; mess, $63.00. Otbsr ar
New Tork, April 86. Butter Market
firm; receipts, 10,260 tubs, creamery, higher
than extras, 4646Ho; creamery extras, (82
score), 4iVjo; firsts, 4246e; packing
stock current make, No. 1, 81H082o.
Eggs Steady; receipts, 80,688 cases; fresh
gathered extras, 38!8!4o; fresh gathered,
storage packed firsts, S6H 037Vio; fresh
gathered, regular packed extra firsts. 86 HO
87c; do, regular packed firsts, 350360.
Cheese Market steady; receipts, 11,523
boxes; state held specials, 24H26c; do,
average run, 24025c; do, fresh specials.
22tt26c: do. average run, 2214 22 14 o.
Live and Dressed Poultry Market firm,
New Tork, May l. Butter nrm; re
ceipts. 4,871 tubs: creamery higher tbsn ex
trss 46047c: creamery extras (93 score),
4514 046c; firsts, 4805c; packing stock,
current make. No. 2, S1UO820.
Eggs Steady; receipts, 24,388 cases; fresh
gathered extras. 38 39 Vic :. fresh aatnerea
storage packed firsts, 8614 03714c; fresh
gathered tegular pacxea extra rirsts, ittftw
Jfc; iresn gatnerea iirsts, itvioc,
Cheese Steady; receipts, 5,88$ boxes
state held specials, 2414 0 26c i state held
average run, 24 O 25c; state held rresn spe
cials, 22 23c; stats held fresh specials,
average run. 22 '4 c.
. Live and Dressed Poultry Market firm;
OMAHIA GENERAL MARKET.
Wholesale price of beef cuts effective
April 29 ere as follows: no. l 101ns, ivc;
No. 2. 314c; No. 8, 28Vis; No. I ribs, 31o:
'n . )9iif tin. 8. 2414c: No. 1 rounds.
24ttc; No. 3, 25V4c; No. 3, 21140: No. 1
chucks. 2314c; No. 1, 33140; NO. 8, loo: NO.
1 plates, 1614c; no. 3, lBc; no. I, l&c.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, May 1. Cattle Receipts, 8.000
market weak. Native steers, $10.16017.60
stockers and feeders, $3.20013.50; cows and
heifers. $6.85013.80; calves. 18. 00014.60.
Hogs Receipts, 23,000; market lower.
Bulk, 317.10017.50; light, $17.10017.60
mixed, $16.75017.60; heavy, $!6.0017.35
rough. $16.0016. 40: pigs, $13.5017.18.
Sheep Receipts, 8,000: market steady,
Sheep, $13.75016.70; lambs, $15.50 0 20.66.
Minneapolis. May 1. Flour Unchanged
Rys $2,710 itt.
Corn No. 8 yellow, $1.65 01. 65.
Oats No 8 white, 78 79c.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., May 1. Corn No. t
mixed. $1.6401 68; No. 2 white, $1.7801.86
No. 3 yellow, 3187 1.71; May, $1.27 0
1.21; July, $1.50HO1.601i.
Oats No. 8 white, 86086c: No.
New Tork Cotton.
New Tork. May 1. Cotton closed firm
at a net advance of 94 to 121 points.
Cotton futur.. closed firm; May, 27.00o
July, 28.89c; October, 26.09c; December,
25.97c; Januarv, 25.88c; spot, steady; mia
NEW YORK STOCE
Market Active and Strong or
Check to German Forces; U. ,
S. Steel Leads Movement,
With Gain of 2 1.8. . ,
New York. May 1. Stocks were anatn.
active and strong at the opening of today's
market on the further check to the Ger
man forces and the favorable quarterly re
port of the United States Steel corporation.
Issued after the close of yesterday's ses
sion. United States Steel led the movement '
throughout, making an extreme advance of
2 Mi points. Its contribution to the day's
business amounting to about 80 per cent v.
of the whole. (v j :
Associated stocks were 1 to 2V4 points
higher, as were also the better known c
equipments, American and Baldwin Loco I
motives responding with American Car to.
large government contracts. Coppers werd' t
backward, pending adjustment of the new
price schedule by the war board and ship
pings denoted occasional pressure which -wns
"overcome In part at the strong close.
During the intermediate period the list
moved sluggishly but rose to higher levels
all around later on a spirited inquiry for
rails. Reading, trans-Continental, New
York Central and 8t Paul preferred ad
vanced 1 to 3 points with shorter covering
The belated movement In transportation
lacked explanation other than that lnvest-e -ora
are taking cognizance of federal ft'
nanrlal assistance on an Increasing scale. .
Lire made another new minimum with
checks at 9.03, but rallied later. Call moo- ,
ey stiffened from Its low rate of 3. clos-.
Ing at 6 per cent.
Bonds, Including liberty Issues, whlrh
changed hands In lsrge amounts, were firm.
Total sales (par value) aggregated $9,160.
000. United State bonds (old Issues) were f "
unchanged on call, i
Number of sales and range of prices of
the leading stocks: Closing
Sales. High. Low. Bid, .
Amer. Beet Sugar. 1.400 73 73ft 73
American Can ... 4,900 4414 4914 4ST4 .
Amer. C. P 6.700 78 78 T7T
Amer. Locomotive.. 1,800 641 63 V
Amer. 8. A R 800 17 77 T7V
Amer. Sugar Ref. , . .... .... 1041s
Amer. T; A T 4.400 87H 86 97
Amer. Z., L. & 8 13H
Anaconda Copper.., 1,800 64H 63 64 "4
Atchison 400 84 83M . 84 '
A., O. W. I. 8. L. 1,300 10814 104 H 10614 '
Pal. Ohio 1,400 61 61 614
Butte A Sup. Cop. 1 1914 V
Cal. Petroleum .... 16
Cansdian Pacific. 1,600 1SJH 13714 138
Central Leather .. 1,100 6514 65 64V
Ches. Ohio 600 66 66 6614, '
C, M. A St P..... 800 39 87 38 4
C. N. W 300 $0 10 80 . J
C, R. I. A P. Ctfs. 1,600 19 18 19
Chlno Copper .... 600 43 41 41
Colo. F. I 40 40 89 40 .
Corn Products Ret. 11.700 39 88 39 ''
Crucible Steel 4,400 64 63 64 -
Cuba Can Sugar.. - 400 28 38 18
Distillers' Sea 13,800 63 49 $0 ' '
Erie 1,300 14 14 14
General Electrlo .. 300 143 143 141
General Motors .. 1,600 117 116 118 ;
(It No, pfd 100 89 88 88
Ot. No. Or ctfs...- 1,600 29 $9 89 , w
Illinois Central .. 100 96 96 96 .
Inspiration Copper. 1,100 63 61 63
Int. M. M. pfd.... 1,100 66 86 85
International Nickel. 700 18 18 27
International Paper. 1,300 19 18 39
K. C Southern... .... .... 15 ,
Kennecott Copper .. 1,700 11. 11 13 ' '
Louis. A Nash...,, 111
Maxwell Motor ,. , .... 16
Mexican Petroleum 4,100 14 It 91.:.
Miami Copper ,, , ..... 77
Missouri Paolflo .. 1,000 11 30 $0
Montana Power , , 66
Nevada Copper ... 600 18 18 19 . '
N. T. Central ... .. 1,100 19 68 . 69" r
N. T N. H. A H.. 600 18 18 18
Norfolk A Western 100 101 103 103
Northern Paolflo ,, ..,.8314
Pacific Mail , 80
Pennsylvania 1,100 44 ' 43 43 : -
Pittsburgh Coal 63 ' '
Ray Con. Copper. 600 84 14 14
Reading 16,800 80 78 80i I
Republio I. 8.. 9,700 11 81 821t '.v,
Shattuck Arl. Cop 16 v
Southorn Pacific... 8,400 83 81 91
soutnern Hallway. 1,500 21 10 tl
Studebaker Corp,.. 600 37 ' 16 37
Texas Co. 1,000 144 144 143'
Union Paetfle 1,600 111 118 119
U. S. Ind. Alcohol. 1,300 124 121 124
U. 8. Steel 106.900 18 36 95" -
U. B. Steel pfd .... .... 111
Utah Copper .... 99wW
Wabash pfd "B" . 400 11 13 81
Western Union ... ., 83 .
Westlnghous Else. 700 40 40 40
Total sales for th day, 160,000 shares. '
New Tork Money. .
New Tork, May 1. Mercantile paper
Four and six month, 6 per cent. ''
Sterling Sixty-day bills, $4.71; com-'";
merclal sixty-Jay bills on banks, $4.78;"
commercial sixty-day bills, $4.71; do- '
mand, $4.76; cables, $4.78 7-16.- '
Silver Bar, 99e; Mexican dollars, TTc. . .
Bond Government and railroad, firm.
Tim 'Loans Steady; sixty days, 606
per cent; ninety days, 606 per cent; six
months, 8 per cent bid.
Call Monday Strong; high, 6; low. 3 f e
ruling rate, 4; closing bid, 6; offered at"
6; last loan, 6 1 "
U. 8. 2s, reg.... 97 Ot. No. 1st 4s 87,-
ao coupon ... st -ill, cen. r. 4 to
U. 8. 3 reg... 19 Int. M. M. ... 90
do coupon ... 99 K. C. 8. r. 6l 77 ,5
U. S. Lib. 3s 99,03L. A N. un. 4s.. 85 lf
U. B. 4s reg... 105 M., K. at T. 1st 4 61
do coupon ...106 M K A T 1st 4s 61
Am. F. 8. 6s.. 18 Mo. Pao. g. 4s.. 67 -A.
T. A T. e. 6 38 Mont, power 6s.. 88
Anglo-French 5s 10 N. T. C. d. 6. 93
Arm. Co. 4 80 No. Fao. 4 .... 81.
Atchison gen. 4s 81 do 8s ........ 67 :
B. A O. o. 4 T8'Or. 8. L. r. 4 83 ,
Beth. Steel, r. 6 10 Pao. T. T. 5s.. 61-
Cen. Leather 6s.. 14 Penn con. 4s961:
Can. Paclflo ls.t 80 41 o gen. .. 88
C. O. o. 6s.... 79Readlng gen 4a .. 81 - V
C. B. A Q. ). 4s 13 S L S F a. 6s $1 ' r
C M A 8 P o 4 74 So. Pao. o. 5s.. 31
C R I A P r 4s 66TS. A P. lt., 84 .
C. A 8. r. 4708o. Ry. 6s .... 12
D. A R. O. ref 6 60 Union Paclflo 4a. 87
Dom of Can. 5s.. 11 U. B. Rubber Is.. 78
Erie gen. 4s 63TJ. 8. Steel t.. 17 'r
den. Io. 6. 36 'Wabash 1st 12V -
ma. French gov. 6s 96
('off a Market. '
New Tork, May l.Coffe There wa a
fresh feature In th market for ooff e 1
future today and trading was autet It la
supposed that somewhat stronger tschnlcal
position developed during th progress of ' '
th recent decline, however, and prlcea war
generally steaay toaay on scattered cover-
lng. The opening was unchanged to 1 point
higher, with th market closing net un-
were relatively firm with July selling at
9.28c, while March held around 1.66o. May.
8.08c; July .38o; September, 8.86c; October. ;
esse; jjeceraoer, s.(c; January, 1.010;
March, 8.66s. ' .
Spot, dull; Rio la. 8o; Santo 4s, lie. No
fresh offer wer reported la the cost and'"
freight market Clearance from Rio and
Santo for the United State last month
amounted to 104,000 bags, with th visible
supply of this country showing a decrease of
only 110,000 bags.
The offlolal cable reported no Chang In
th primary market exaept Santo tutors,
which wer unchanged to 26 rets lower, , ,
Santos cleared 67,000 bag for New York-.
Brazilian port receipts, 11,000 bag. . ,
Metal Market, !
New York, May 1. Metal exchange '
Quote lead quiet; spot, 37.0007.16; spelter,!, . .
steady; East St Louis delivery, (pot, 36.64,. '
At London Spot copper and ' futures. -t
110; electrolytlo, 1136; spot tin and futures.
860; lead, spot, 121 10s;, futures, 128 10s:
spslter, spot, 64; futures, 60.
Savannah, Ga.. May 1. Turpentin firm;
19; sale tl bbls; receipts 83 bbls; ship---,
ment 181 bbls; itoek 11,101 bbl. - '
Rosin firm; sale none; receipt 170 bbl;
shipments 150 bbls; stock 96,616 bbls.
Quota B D B F 140, O H 464; I 660; K '
CK. V IA,, T ,A. Urn ATA, WW HA ' ' !
VOW, WffV, i. V.V, . v v.v, . v.v. ., ,
St. Louis Grain Market. -'
St. Louis, Mo., May 1. Corn No, S,-
$172: No. 1 white, $1.83; July, $1.47 bid.
Oats No. 1, 81o: No. I white, 83
May, 78c; July, 6814c.
Kansas City Produce. ' vv
Kansas City Mo., May 1. Butter n4;
Poultry Unchanged. ..
Eggs Firsts, 81c ,
Dulntb U Med. -
Duluth, Minn., ,May 1. Linseed $4.01 : -
4.07; arrive. $4.01; May, $4.01 bid; Julr."
4.04 bid; October, $3.61 asked. : '"
New Tork Sugar. ,
New York, May 1. Sugar Raw, ajteady$
centrifugal, 6.005c; fin granulated, 7.45c.
$25 A Month Grow?
to $8,116.36 -
Send for chart showing how $25 a month tnvr.
vested in N. Y. Stock Exchange Securities .
grew to $8,116.80. Larger or smaller mo ta
ly savings produce similar profitable. rt'iu;ns .
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