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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY 14, .1918.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
. V ANTED Saleslady for grocery depart -dent.
Apply superintendent, Hayden Bros.
Salesladies steady work.
and salary. Position worth 1317 per day
to canvas lor old established bouse. See
Mr. Fowler, Edwards Hotel.
vv aim Lady collector (single) exper
ience not necessary, ambitious qualities
required, 23 Arlington Block. Red 2471.
. Household and Domestic.
iENERAL" housework In small family
grown people. To girl wishing to co
operate and have permanent position
wagea worth inquiring about Experi
enced girl or with from on year's ex
perience up. Harney 4855.
RANTED Girl to assist with housework
and ear of small child. Phone Walnut
SI, Apt 11, The Blrchwood.
SOOD WAGES TO COMPETENT GIRL, NO
WASHING: THREE IN FAMILY. 140
- SOUTH 39TH ST.
V ANTED Girl for general housework;
good home and good wagea. Telephone
Harney 143 J.
A'ANTED A. good girl for second work;
good wage, lira. J. A. Sunderland. Wal
WANTED White girl for general house
work; no cooking nor washing. Harney
4572. 1335 S. S5th Ave.
CAPABLE girl for general housework In
small family; grown people. 504 S. 36th
St. Harney 4366.
YOUNG white girl to assist with child and
light housework. Good horn. Tel. Wal
; nut 1621.
COMPETENT white woman cook wanted.
Douglas County Hospital. Call Harney 652.
WANTED Girl for general housework";
rood wages. 116 S. 61st Ave. Walnut 222.
WANTED Housekeeper In family of four.
No washing. Phono Walnut SOS.
GOOD GIRL for general housework.
home nights. Walnut 3568.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED -Head waitress and one side wait
ress; high wages: ticket advanced. Pad
dock hotel, Beatrice, Neb. 1
GIRLS, COLORED PREFERRED.
OMAHA PAPER STOCK CO.,
18TH AND MARCY STS.
Every day is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalogue fre.
Douglas 1565. 13th and Harney Sts.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
120 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
' Douglas 6810
Omaha Real Estate is the best in
vestment you could make. Read The
Ree's real estate columns
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
TO RESPECTABLE business man, large,
cool, newly furnished front parlor; clean
. quiet place; only $12; smaller room,
. must see to appreciate. 712 N. 22d.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, with an east
frofct. Prices reasonable. . ...
718 S. 17th Ave.
THE NORTON Pleasant well furnished
room, newly decorated, suitable for two,
' 2213 Dodge street.
DESIRABLY furnished cool front room for
gentleman. Home privileges. Modern,
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine. 608 North 17th St Reason,
2111 CALIFORNIA Nice, clean, pleasant
sleeping room, modern, private. Red 8651
FURNISHED room In private family; mod
ern. 1821 Grace Bt. Tel. Webster 6893.
SUITE of three rooms with water;
single room. Phono Harney 6860.
818 8. 19TH ST., walking distance, nicely
furnished large front room.
GRAYSTONE, 25th and Cass, nicely fur
nished rooms. Douglss 7994.
131 NORTH 31st ave., pleasant south room
In private family.
NICELY furnished sleeping rooms.
Howard St '
FURNISHED ROOMS 161$ Dorcas St
NICE, clean housekeeping rooms, strictly
modern; one entire first floor flat Doug
las 7740. Or call 412 S. 24th St Don't
ROOM with kitchenette In modern home on
car line. Price reasonable to employed
people. 1520 S. 24th St Douglas 7568
LARGE, cool and neatly furnished three
. room suite with sleeping porch. Private
home. Also garage, 3026 Davenport St.
bUITE of clean, neatly furnished rooms on
second floor; no children; laundry priv
lieges. Garage room. 2902 Dodge.
ONE room for light housekeeping, suitable
for couple that both work, $3.00 per week.
3224 Chicago St. Tyler 1385-W.
LARGE beautifully furnished three-room
suite with sleeping porch, also garage, no
children. 3026 Davenport.
3 711 BURT, modern furnished sleeping
rooms or light housekeeping rooms, pri
HOWARD ST., 2215. Large, cool, clean
. housekeeping rooms, range, close In. Rent
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING rooms and single
sleeping. New, clean and pleasant 2(80
LARG1J room, with kitchenette, modern
laundry privileges; no children. 2420 Cass.
THREE, four or five modern housekeepln)
rooms. References. Wafnut 2181.
THRE four or five modern housekeeping
rooms. References. Harney 2181.
2628 CAPITOL AVE. tine large and two
small rooms; gas range.
Board and Rooms.
LARGE front south room with board: prl
vate residence. Gentleman preferred. Web
3302 . MYRTLE AVE., on car line, to re
spectable lady, room and board, all mod-
- enr private home. Harney 2266.
COOL rooms. $2 week; also apartments with
kitchenettes, Ogden hotel. Co. Bluffs.
THREE unfum'shed rooms. $10.
19th 8t Phone Douglas 4598.
WANTED by army medical officer, room and
board for wife in exclusive Christian.
. private home, near Fort Omaha. Refer
ences exchanged. Southern people pre
ferred. Box 5249, Bee.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
DUNDEE The lower floor, or kitchenette,
upstairs, desirable. Walnut 1252. Phone
mornings or evenings.
1812 CAPITOL Ave., modern, south front
apartment, private bath; also sleeping
181f CAPITOL AVE. Modern, south front
bath; also sleeping
FOR RENT HOUSES
114 N. 24th St, 12 rooms, modern.
F. D. Weed. 310 So. 18th St.. D. 171.
PARTIES having houses for rent or sal In
tht neighborhood of a Basket Store will
do well to mention advantage to the pros
pective renter or buyer.
ENTIRE upstairs residence. Three large
rooms and bath; modern, except heat
$13. 2611 Corby St Webster 6755.
4-ROOM house, $420 N. 33d Ave.
month. Phone Colfax 8669.
l-"OR RENT 8-room house, modern except
electrle light. Located 546 S. 29th St.
T'e-nora Harney 1J.
i kouit house. 161$ Dircag 8
FOR RENT HOUSES
1816 Corby St., T-r., part mod. house $17.50
2013 Grace St.. 8-r. mod. house 20.00
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO.,
!05 South ISth Street Douglas T2.
12-ROOAl modern house for rent at 2601 St.
Mary's Ave. for 160. t-r. mod. house.
2850 Meredith avenue $20.
W. H. OATBS
617 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. I. 1294.
FOR RENT May 1632 rooms In down
town district; all modern, steam heat
: fine opportunity for email hotel. Ne
braska & Wyoming Investment Co., 222
Brandels Theater Bldg. Phone Doug. 1671
1143 SOUTH 2D. 7 rooms $30
20$ South Stith. 9 rooms, garage $46
ARMSTRONG. WALSH CO.
Tyler 1636. 331 Securities Bldg,
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS CO.. BEE BLDG.
LIST your property for rent or sal will
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. .Tyler 729.
GARDEN, 411 N. 38th. I rooms $12.60
Flat. 2305 Leavenworth. S rooms.. 20.00
JOHN N. FR ENZER DOUGLAS $54.
Shopen Co.. Ratals Douala 422$
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
HAMILTON APTS.. fireproof; tine lawn and
flowers during summer; best location, 24tb
and Farnam. Prices reasonable. Call D
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK Close In. few
equal: 4-room apartment; also 4-room
flat. Apply 220 N. 23d. Phone Red 4232
PETERS TRUCT CO.
Specialists in Apartment managament
ONE pleasant four-room, ground floor apart
ment. Telephone Webster 932 and Web
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
STORE FOR RENT loth and Douglas. 20x
60, steam heat, rent $115 per month. 1
WORLD REALTY CO.,
Douglas 6342. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN STORE, 16th St., near P. O. Low
rent. G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
LAWYERS It is essential for you to
office In The Bee Bldg., Keystone In
vestment Co. Tyler 131.
Garages and Barns.
GARAGE FOR RENT 3008 Binney.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN & STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St, between
15th and 16th. Phone Tyler 8400. Have
your moving handled just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's the way
we do It. Ask to see our 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 houses and apart
ments. Also for storgae, moving,
16th and Jackson Sts.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338
T l" t?17T?T Express Co., Moving,
tl. J. i,UUU Packing and Storage,
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2748. Doug 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
west end, near the
Attractive living room arrangement
on the 1st floor; 4 bedrooms, bath and
sleeping porch on the 2d floor; oak
finish. First time offered and worth
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. S19-20 City National.
BEAUTIFUL NEW, 6-R., MILLER PARK
PAVED STS.; PRETTY LIGHTING
Five large rooms, first floor; 1 on 2.
. $800 Down, Price $4,200: $35 Mo.
Close to street car, schools, churches and
park and club houses; beautiful oak floor
and finish; ex. fine basement; beet fur
nace and plumbing; ex. large screened-ln
porch; must see to appreciate. Call Ty
ler 49$. Evenings, Colfax 2783.
OSBORNE R. E. CO..
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
AT A SACRIFICE.
Almost new, strictly all modern, full J,
story, built and occupied only by owner
6 rooms finished, sleeping porch, tile bath
with finest of plumbing, all rooms finely
decorated, full oemented basement, laun
dry tuba; most complete house to be
found; corner lot one block from car, lo
cated 2852 Binney St., among new homes.
it's priced way below Its value, $3,600,
and It can be handled on small terms.
Voi. can see the house i y time. Call
Red 682 or Tyler 1812-J.
Beautiful New 6-R. Stucco Home
Strictly Modern, Built By Day Labor
Close University of Omaha and Parks
met J4.800, x3,ooo down, $30 month.
Large living room, bookcases, seats;
pretty dining room; most complete kitchen
and refrigerator room; wonderful base
ment; 3 large bed rooms and tiled bath,
2d floor; garage; south front; strictly
high ' grade horn and location. Call
OSBORNE, 701 Omaha Nat. Bank.
MUST BET,:, AT ONCE OUR BEAUTIFUL
NEW MINNE LUSA BUNGALOW, WITH
OARAGE; HAS BUILTIN FEATURES;
OAK FLOORS THROUGHOUT. TERMS.
SEE OWNER, 2861 WHITMORE ST.
OWNER LEAVING CITY.
NEW S-R CLASSY BUNGALOW
Built By Day Labor Large Lot
Choice, white oak finish: a beautiful
home, $500 down, price, $3,300, $27.60 a
montn. located, 4307 Ohio St Call Col
A MODERN except heat cottage, 6316 Wirt
street can oe bought today for $2,100,
$100 down and the balance at $20 per
montn. Has 4 nice large rooms and
bath. Close to car, school, etc. It will
pay to investigate this bargain.
MINNE LUSA home at a bargain. Let me
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
013-14 City National. Tyler 1672.
MINNE LUSA BARGAINS
New 5-6-7-room, strictly modern Bun
galows. See me first.
Tebhens, 605 Om. Nat. Bk. Phone D. 2182.
6-ROOM stucco bungalow, practically new.
quarter sawed oak finish, strictly modern,
nicely decorated; 2 blocks from car line.
Douglas 6663. Ask for Sterns, Owner.
WB SELL, Rent, Insure and make Loans
on City property, North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO., 1
84th and Ames Av. CoL 21T.
HIGH-CLASS, nearly new stucco bungalow.
wun garage; cash payment of $1,550 re
quired. No. 2862 Newport Ave.
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
near opportunity to Invest yonr money
Pbon Tvler 187
NINE rooms, hot water heat near high
school, $3,500. Great bargain. G. P.
Stebblns, 1610 Clilcago.
NEW 5-ROOM BUNGALOWS.
TWENTY-FIRST AND ARBOR.
Look a. these today. Just being com
pleted, mw and modern. Including oak
floors, fixtures, screens, sodding, walks,
etc. Price $3,460: $350 cash and monthly
payments to suit.
THE BYRON REED CO.
Phone Douglas 207. 21$ South 17th.
SIX ROOMS, STRICTLY MOD.,
. HANSCOM PARK DIST.,
$1 000 DOWN; PR., $3,500; $30 MO.
Has large lot, paved sts., shade; a choice
location; not new, but In good condition,
4 room and bath down; 2 nice large
bed rooms ui. Call Tylr 496.
OSBORNE RHALTY CO.
701 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
ONLY $2,600. Two cottages; on 6 -room and
on 4-room, good condition. Llv in one
and rent the other. Paving all paid. Will
make terms to suit purchaser. Located
2431 8. 20th St. Norris A Norri. 104 N.
16th St.. Phone Douglss 4270.
DANDY 5-R. COTTAGE. S. FRONT
SOUTH OF HAXSCOM PARK.
$300 down, price $1,760, $18 month: a
. nice rooms on one floor. For details, call
FIELD CLTJB district, 7-r., modern house,
garage, lot 70x165, price. $4,25t. G A.
Grlmmel. Phone Doug. 161$.
New. t-room stucco; oak finish: nicely
decorated; fin location; near car lln.
Price. $4,000. Term $600 cash, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
PORTER A SHOTWELL.
0 S 17th St. Douglas 611
HOMES AND HOMESITES.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
837 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
W FARNAM SMITH CO..
Real Eatat and Insurance.
132 Farnam St Dung. 1004
FOR SALE To white or colored, 6 -room
modern: hot water heat, $2,250. Call Web
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FINE Iowa stock and grain farm for clear
Canada land. Owners answer with full
description and price. W. J. Good, Char
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELM WOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$t DOWN, $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE A PLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
NEARLY new 6-r. oak finish home: choice
lot 65x142 with ground adjoining for gar
den; in Benson near Military Av., $2,260,
$200 cash, ual. to suit. RASP BROS..
210 Keellne Building, Tyler 721.
8-room strictly modern home In fins re.
pair. Living room with fire place, dining
room, den and kitchen 1st floor; 4 large
bedrooms, bath 2d floor; billiard room on
3d floor. Hot water heat, large lot 65x128,
South and East front corner lot This Is
a beautiful home and must be seen to b
appreciated. Price $8,600. Call us for an
J. L. HIATT COMPANY,
Qflfl FIRST NATIONAL
0JJ BANK BLDG.
DUNDEE and Happy Hollow properties.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
802 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 756.
PLANTED TO NAVY
$500 $25 CASH
$10 A MONTH
In South Side Acres, at 68th and U
Sts. All you have to do la take care
of the crop. It is all yours; 3 short
blocks to car line and paved road. You
can- build on the acre If you like; no
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, '
1614 HARNEY ST. PHONE TY. 6.
REM ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WB WILL buy your horn or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO;
ElectrlB Bldg. Tyler $$.
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. P. TUKEY and SON.
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUB INVESTMENT CO.,
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist
15th and Dodge Ste Douglas 415
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has 6 five-room houses, on 7-
room, modern house, one 8-room modern
house and 2 modern store buildings; all
weU rented, on paved streets, close to
oar 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.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 406. 701 Om. Nat Bank Bldg.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULVIHILL,
200 Brandels Theater Bldg. Phone D. tt
WANTED Modern flat, value $30,000 to
$40,000. Address P. O. Box 47$, Onawa, Ia.
MEET me at F D Weed's Office
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
STOCKS FOR SALE.
100 shares Hoffman OH Refining for
100 Crow-Elkhart Motors for $400.
100 Buffalo Oil ft Refining for $200.
A. L. DIEBEL, Little Rock Ark.
WE want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing,
E. H. LOUGEE, INC.,
538-40 Keellne Bldg.
DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts an account.
OMAHA LOAN ft BLDG. ASSOCIATION.
K1 CI FARM LOANS. tr Of
0 2 1 PAUL PETERSON, OjO JO
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug, 271$,
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
5, 6H and 6 Per Cent
J. H. DTJMONT CO., Keellne Bldg.
K1 CZ. MONEY
"72 i HARISON ft MORTON,
919 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg,
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D,
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts,
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
rancnes. ' Kioke investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN ft COMPANY. Douglas 4238.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERQ, $12 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. 8. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
farmers of moderate means to secure
farm homes on vary easy terms. Inform
us location desired. For fre book and
map and special railroad rates writ
Floyd C. Tallmadge, Colonisation Agent
Kans.-Colo. Ry Co., First National Bank
Bldg., Pneblo, Colo.
FOR SALE Cheapest farm lands In Amer
ica; come and see. J. S. Penny, Fort Scott
40. 80 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVY
anil; well settled part of Todd county,
Minn.; good roads, schools and churches.
Price $15 to $32.60 per acre; terms $1 an
acre casl balance $1 an acr a year;
s?000 acres to select from. To actual set
tlers who w.ll put up buildings and Improve
land we will give deed and take mort
gage back for full purchase price for I or
10 years, 6 per cent interest Schwab Bros
1028 Plvmouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
58 ACRES Irrigated land, Lincoln county;
rich Platte valley land; all under Irriga
tion; 3-rnom house, barn, etc.; I acres of
alfalfa. Price $100 per acre; $4,000 cash
required. Immediate possession. White &
Hoover, 4.14 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches in good old Dawes County
Arah L Hungerford. Crawford. Neb
,f all sizes and kinds, eaa
A. A. fatzman, 301 turbach Blk.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
North Loup River Ranc
This ranch la crossed by the North Loup
river, 1.000 acres being farm, hay and
alfalfa land; good buildings; l-room
house, new barn being built, costing
$3,600; granaries, cribs, hoghous and
all buildings necessary tor a well
equipped ranch. Fenced and cross
fenced; $9,000 worth of Improvements
ruts $00 tons of hay and alfalfa; thou
ftafcda of bushels of corn raised last year
70 acres of rye and small grain. Land
grows excellent timothy and clover. Up
land not rough and well grassed. Price
$16.50 per acre. For sale on most rea
sonable terms to responsible party. This
la a bargain. Stock can be bought with
WHITE & HOOVER
454 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARK SURE
INVESTMENTS. For beet lands at beat
prices write Geo. Antlll. Blair. Neb
CHOICE FARM8. NlTsson. 42$-Roae STdgT
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $60 per a.,
Including paid-up water rights. Henry
lvi or j. m. nyianaer. bb mana Nst'i
RAISE MORE LIVE STOCK.
We have a number of exceptional values
in ranchea In the beat stock growing part
of the country; fin grass, water and
climate: all thlnga necessary for the
cheap production of good stock; better
Investigate these before going elsewhere,
DAVIS R. E. CO.
' Koshkonong, Mo.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
OWING to draft for military service, must
at once dispose or my five young horses
3.000 lbs., 7 and I years old, black
Percheron mar and horse; 8-year old
mare, win nave colt soon; also her 4
year-old colt; both well matched. 2.600
lb.; 5-year-old 1,100-lb. horse. Mitchell
roadster car. At great sacrifice, as I am
forced to sell. 817 B. 23d St,, block
REAL BARGAIN FOR CASH.
Beautifully matched pair, 6 and 7 years
old, 2,700-lb, team horses; do for farmer
or tn city; unable to car for them. Mrs.
Shears, 3408 Jones St Block north, 34th
GOOD work team and harness; weight about
2,400; $50 cash and part payment, 1710
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
SNOW WHITE Rock . sggs for hatching.
BUFF ORPHINGTON eggs,
Thoroughbred. Red $476.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha,
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security,
v, s mo., ti. goods, total, 53.50.
Smaller, larger am'ts. proportionate rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN 8QCIETY
482 Securities Bldg., 16th. Farnam. Ty. 666
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
1 0 SMALLER LOANS. CtTf
A O W. C. FLATAU EST. 18$!. 6 O
8TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TY. $50.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Msiasnncn. im undue d. 6619 Kst 1891
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to Keep it
E. P. SNOWDEN ft SON,
428 8. 15th. Douglas 8371.
WANTED 20,000 acres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land, improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box Y 467. Omaha Bee.
Pastor Wagner, Author of
"The Simple Life," Dead
Washington. May 13. Pastor
Charles W. Wagner, author of the
widely known book, "The Simple
Life," is dead at his home here. He
was 67 years old.
Spring Wheat in Excellent
Condition, Burlington Says
The weekly crop report of the
Burlington railroad, with 100 per cent
as the basis for perfect condition of
winter wheat, gives this estimate on
Omaha . . ,
Wymore . .
The growine soring wheat was
damaged to some extent by high
winds, but the average condition is
Oats are , doing well, the cool
weather being favorable for the plant
Flowing for corn was practically
finished and in the southern part of
j the state planting was well ad
Potatoes are slow in coming, but
prospects are good for an abundant
It is not believed fruits sustained
any serious damage by frosts and
New Low Selling Mark
For Third War Bonds
New York, May 13. The new Lib
erty 4J4 per cent bonds sold at 98.16
on the stock exchange at the opening
of the market today. This is a new
Omaha Gray Market.
Receipts light on both prairie hsy and
alfalfa. Demand fair to good for the bet
ter grades. Medium grades are moving
Hay Choice upland prairie $18.00; No.
1, $15.0017.00; No. 3. $10.001$.00: No.
3, $5.008.00; No. 1 midland prairie, $16.00
16.50; No. 2. $10.00012.00; No. 1 lowland
prairie, $8.00 10.00; No. ,3 $8.0007.00; No.
Alfalfa Choice, $23.00; No. 1, $18,009
21.00; standard, $15.6018.60; No. 2 $12.00
15.00; No. 3, $10.00011.60.
Straw Oat $6.0007.50; wheat, 16.000
w Chicago Produce.
Chicago, May 13. Butter Market steady;
creamery, 36 42c.
Eggs Market steady; receipts, 24,644
cases; firsts, 82H33V,c; ordinary firsts,
3Hi32u; at mark, cases Included, 31H
Potatoes Market lower; receipts, 47 cars;
Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota bulk,
85c1.00; sacks. $1.0001.16.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., May 13. Turpentine
Dull, 47c; sales, none; receipts, 17 bbls.;
shipments, 40 bbls.; stock, 23,413 bbls.
Rosin Firm; sales, 173 bbls.; receipts,
118 bbls.; shipments, (36 bbls.; stock, 95,810
bbls. Quotations: B, D, E and F, $6.66
6.76; H, I and K, $6.60; M, $8.6006.65; N,
$7.00; WG, $7.20; WW. $7.35.
New York, May 13. Metal exchange
quotes lead firm; spot. $7.00 O 7.12 Vs ;
spelter, firm; East St. Louis delivery,
At London Spot copper, 110; futures,
fllO; electrolytic, 125; spot tin and fu
tures, 376; spelter, spot, 64; futures, 160.
New Tork Sugar.
New York, May 18. Sugar Raw. steady:
centrifugal, 6.OO60; refined sugar, steady;
cut loar, 8.95c; crushed, 8.70c; mould A,
7.96c: cubes, .20c: X X X X nowdered.
7.65c; powdered, 7.60c; fine granulated and
Diamond A. 7.46c: confectioners' A. 7.35c:
No.l , 7.30c.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, May 13. Butter Creamery
0Hc; firsts, 89Hc; seconds, $80; packing,
Eggs Firsts, Jle.
Poultry Hens, 23c; roosters, 17c; broil
New Tork Cotton.
New York. May 13. Cotton Closed easy
at a net advance of 40 to 61 points.
Cotton futures closed steady: May. 26.70c:
July. 26.46c; December, Z5.Hc; January,
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Sell 10 and 15 Cents
Higher; Hogs Slump 20 to
40 Cents; Sheep Steady
Omaha, May IS, 191$.
Cattle. Hogs, Sheep.
6,800 9.100 6.000
Same day last week. ..11.733
Sams day 2 wka. ago.. 8,662
Sam day $ wka, ago..H.10
Same day year ago.... 7,331
Receipts and disposition of llv stork at
the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for 24
hours ending at 8 p. m. yesterday:
C. M. St. P 9
Missouri Paclflo .. 2
Union Pacific .... S6
C. A N. W.. east.. 15 .
C. A N. W.. west.. 44
("., St. P.; M. O.. 36
C, 11. A Q, east.. 2
C.. B. ft J west... 41
C, R. I. ft P., east 19
C, R. I. ft P., west $5
Illinois Central ... 6
Chicago Gt West.. 6
Total receipts . . .240
Morris ft Co.: 76$
Swift ft Co 8J0
Cudahy Packing Co.. 897
Armour ft Co 267
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.. 61
S. O. Packing Co.... 9
Wilson Packing Co.. 216
Benton, Vanaant ft L. 45
Hill ft Son... 30
F. B. Lewi 443
J. B. Root ft Co 37
Burress ., 7
Rosenstork Bros. .... 86
F. G. Kellogg 110
Werthelmer ft Degen 62
Sullivan Bros 27
Rothschild ft Krehs. 52
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co. 73
Huffman ..' 63
Baker, Jones ft Smith 36
Banner Bros 90
John Harvey 857
Dennis ft Francis,... 89
Jensen ft Lungren,... 31
Ellis A Co..... 47
Pat O'Day $4
Other buyers ........ $04
Totals 8,947 10,304 9.811
Cattle Offerings In the cattle division
today were $,$00 head, or 235 cars, con
siderably fewer than last Monday, when
11,732 head were yarded, and some short of
year ago, when receipts were 7,300.
Quality was not up to th standard this
morning, but packers and outside buyers
apparently had good orders and sales were
generally atrong to 10 150 higher than
Friday. Best beef cows were generally
around a dim higher, but th medium
and In-between grades of butcher stock
were Justt about steady with Friday's mar
ket. There wer but few feeder on sale
at round ateady figures. Bulls, stags and
veals wer In pretty good demand at ateady
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves 816.75trl7.36: fair to good beeves,
$16.76016.60; common to fslr beeves. $13.60
16.50: good to choice yearlings, 814 00M
18.00; fair to good yearlings, $11. 00013.60,
common to fair yearlings, $9.60910.50; good
to choice heifers, $11.60913.50; good to
choice CjWi, $ 1 2.00 13.25 ; fair to good
cows, $9.76011.76; common to fair cows,
$7.5008.76: prim feeders, $13.00013.25;
good to choice feeders, $10.25011.76; fair
tn good feeders, $9.00010.00; common to
fair feeders $7.5008.50; good to choice
stockers, $10.00013.00;; stock heifers, $8. BOO
".60; stock cows, $7.6010.00; stock calves.
$8.60OlL$0; veal calves, $9.00013.76; bulls.
stags, etc., $19.00013.09.
Hogs Receipts of hogs today amounted
to 130 loads estimated at 9,100 head. Th
fact that there was practically two markets
Saturday makes comparisons difficult this
morning. The general market Is around
20 4oo lower than Saturday. Bulk today
Is $16.95017.05 with early top at $17.10.
Sheep Ther were two loads of sheep re
celved today amounting to 6,000 head. Al
though the market was a trlfl more active
than of late, trading being considerably
earlier, the market earlier is steady to
easier. A string of clipped Iambs weighing
91 pounds said at th early hour at $16.60,
another string a little heavier weighing 102
pounds sold at $16.20, and a bunch of ewes
went at 613.00.
Quotations on sheep: Good to cholc
lambs, $19.60 020.20; fair to cholc lambs,
$18.00018 00; fair to cholc yearlings, $17.00
18.25: fair to choice wethers, 114. now
17.00; fair to choice ewes, $13.00018.00;
feeders lambs, $17.60019.00; sprint lambs,
$16.00 0 20.00.
fit. Ixrats Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, May It. Cattle. Receipts $.800
head; market higher. Nattv beat steers,
$11.60 0 17.60: yearling steers and heifers.
$9.60016.50; cows, $7.6018.60; stockers
nd feeders, $8.50013.00; lair to prim
southern beef steers, $10.00 018.60; beef cows
and heifers, $8.00013.60; prime yearling
steers and heifers, $7.50 0 10.00; natlv
Hogs Receipts, 12,400 head; market, low
er. Lights, $17.70017.75; pigs, 9i.tuy
17.60: mixed and butchers. $17.40017.80;
good heavy, $17.40017.60; bulk, $17,400
Sheep Receipts. 400 head; market, steady.
Lambs. $16.00016.60: ewes. $16.00017.00;
wethers, $16.50017.00; canners and chop
Kansas City Live Stock' Market.
Kansas City. Mo., May 13. Cattle. Re
celpts, 10,000 head; market, steady. Prim
fed steers, $17.00017.66; dressed beef steers.
$14.00016.75; western steers, $19.00017.95;
cows, $9.00014.75; heifers, 10.uuf ls.uu;
stockers and feeders, $9.60 18.25; bulls,
$10.00Ol$ 00; calves, $9.00 012.60.
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; market low
Bulk of sales, $17.86017.65; heavy,
$17.80017.46; packers and butchers, $17.35
17.66; light, $17.40 01760; pigs, 117. S
Sheep Receipts, 10,000 bead; market low
. Lambs. 816.76ffll9.66: yearlings, $14.00
016.60; wethers, $18.00018.1$; wes, $10.00
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. May 18. Cattle Receipts. 12.000
head; market, atrong; native steers, $10.16
17.70; stockers and feeders, $9.0001885;
cows and heifers, $6.90 01$.$$! calves, $8.00
Hogs Receipts. 53,000 head: market un
settled, 16o under Saturday's average; bulk.
17.40017.76; light, $17.20017.86; mixed.
$17.16017.86; heavy. $16.26017.6$; rough,
$16.26016.60; pigs, $14.00017.26.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, is.ooo neaa:
market, weak; sheep, $13.26016.60; lambs,
Sioux City Live Stock.
Bloux City, la.. May 13. Cattle Receipts,
000 head; market 10 to 16 cents higher;
beef steers, $13.00017.26; fat cows and
heifers, $9.00014.00; canners, $7.2508.60;
tockers and feeders, $9.00018.50; calves.
$8.00018 00; bulls, stags, etc., $8.5001$-00;
feeding cows and heifers, $7.60011.00.
Hogs Receipts, 7,000 head; market 15 to
26 cents lower; light, $17.20017.20; mixed.
$17.00017.20; heavy, $10.86 17.00 ; pigs,
$16.00016.60; bulk, $16.90017.20.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 100 head;
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, May 18. Cattle Receipts, $,-
COO head; market lower; ateers, $12,000
17.40; cows and heifers, $7.00016.25; calves,
Hogs Receipts, $.600 head; market
lower; top, $17.60; bulk of aales, $17,100
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 1,800 head;
market lower; lambs, $16.00 0 20.00; ewes,
Minneapolis, Minn., May 13. Corn No. $
yellow. $1. tOO 1.70.
Oat. No. 8 white, 73074c.
Barley $1.06 01-4$.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., May 18, Corn No. 2
mixed, $1.6201-66; No. 2 white. $1.1701-72;
No. 2 yellow. $1.6301.66; May. $1.27:
Oats No. I white, 78 0 78e; No. 3
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis, Mo. May 13. Corn No. 2
track, $1.6601-66; No. t whlt, $1.7101.7$;
uiy, 91.4714 asked.
Oata No. 2 track, 73c: No. 1 white. 76 O
76c; July, 66 c bid.
New York Cotton.
New York. May 18. Cotton Futures
opened steady; May, none; July, 38.15
26.00c; October, 25.37c; December, 28.74c;
New York Coffee.
New York, May 13. Coffee Rio No. 1.
c; futures, steady; May, $.14e; October,
Receipts Show Increase; Corn
Trade Dull; Oats Sell
Stronger; Barley Off
Omaha. May 1$. 1918
A slight Increaae In receipts over Sunday
was noted today, arrivals totaling 17$ cars,
snd consisted of 19 cars of wheat 12$ cars
of corn, 24 cars of oats and 10 cars of
No particularly active Interest was shown
In the corn market today and scarcely 60
per cent of the offerings were disposed of.
spot figures on the three grades wer tin
changed to 2a higher, while some of the
poorer gtailra sold up 204c. Wesknesa in
the July option caused many sellers to hold
off and was partly responsible fof the light
trade. No. 3 white corn sold at $1.6301.64
and the No. 3 yellow at $1.62, No. $ mixed
brought $1.59 01.60.
Oats were stronger, all sales showing an
advance, generally Slflo. This cereal was
In good demand at the alightly higher prices.
Nn. 1 snd 2 white oats sold at 77c, and
the No. 2 white at 76H076o. No. 4 white
oats brought 75H75HO and sample grade,
73 4 0J4SC
No rye was received, while the barley
market was off several cents, a part car
or tn no. 4 grade selling at $1.05.
Clearances were; Wheat and, flour equal
to 37 000 bushels; corn, none; oats. 280,000
Primary wheat recelpta were 383,000 b rh
els and shipments 25,000 bushels, against
receipts of 1.335,000 bushels and shipments
or i.ii j.uuu misnels last year.
Trlmary cor . receipts wer 1,033,000 hush
elk ami shipments 604.000 bushtla. agalr.st
receipts of 1 043.000 bushels and shipments
or 4U.000 Dusneis last year.
Primary oata receipts were 918.000 bush
sis snd shipments 869,000 bushels, against
receipts of 813,000 bushels and shipments of
sds.iMio Dusneis last year.
Kansas City , 15
St. Louis 17
These sales were reported today:
Corn No, 2 whit; 3 cars, $1.67
white: 1 car. $1.64; 1 car $1.64; 1 car, $1.63.
Ne. 4 white: 1 car, $1.$$; 1 car, $1.61; 2
cars, $1.90. No. $ white: 1 car, $1.64. No.
$ white: 1 car, $1.40. Sample white: 1 car,
$1.30. No. t yellow: I cars, $166; 1 car,
$1.64. No. $ yellow: 4 cars $1.63. No. 4
yellow: 1 car, $1.5$. No. t yellow: 1 oar,
$1.63. No ( yellow: 1 car, $1.40. Sample
yellow: 1 car, $1.2$. No. t mixed: 1 car.
$1.$$; t ears, $1.62. No. t mixed: 1 car, $1.60;
T ears, $1.80; 2 ears, $1.69. No. 4 mixed:
t car $1.59; f cars, $1.5$; 1 car. $1.6$: 1
car, $1.68; 1 ear, $1.67; 1 car, $1,$$. No. $
mixed: 1 car. $1.63; 1 car, $1.62.
Oats No. 1 white: t cars. 77c No. 1
white: 1 car, 77o. No. I whit: t cars, 76c;
84 cars, 75 Ho. No. 4 whit: 1 car 7$ Ho;
1 car, 75o. Sample white: 1 oar, 74e; 1 ear,
74c; 4 cars, 78 Ho. No. I mixed: 1 car, 74c.
Barley no. 4: M car, 81.05. , .
Chicago Cash Prices Corn: No. t white.
$1.67; No. 8 white. $1.84; No. 4 whit, $1.60
01.61; No. 5 white, $1.54; No. 6 whlt.
$1.40; sample white, $1.30; No. t yellow,
$1.64; No. 8 yellow, $1.63; No. 4 yellow.
$1.59; No. t yellow, $1.63; sample yellow,
$1.26; No. 1 mixed, $1.6201.63; No. t
mixed, $1. $90160; No. 4 mixed, $1,560
1.69; No. $ mixed, $1.5301. 5$. Oats: No.
$ whlt. 77c; No. 1 white, 7$H076c; No. 4
white, 76075Hc; standard, 7$H07$He.
Barley: No. 4. $1.05.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Th Bee
by Logan ft Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
315 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art. Close. High. Low. Close. 8st'y.
Corn. I I I
May 127 1 17 I37H 1 $7H 13T
July 143-42H 1 4614 133Si 1 46H54 141U
May 72H072 75 71 7$ 72
July 666414 $6 6466X0 t$H
May 44 82H 2H 44 07 44 88 44 70
July 44 7$ 45 00 44 60 44 25 45 18
May 14 70 24 87H 24 70 24 87H 24 IT
July 2$ 10 26 25 26 00 25 2$ 2$ 27
May 21 9JH 2$ I2H 21 1$ 2$ 2$ 21 12
July 28 70 33 87H 11 86 18 17H 23 92
Hew York Money Market.
New York. May 1$. Mercantile Paper-
Four and six months, t per cent.
Sterling Sixty-day hills, $4.72! com.
merclal 60-day bills on banks. $4.73! com
mercial 60-day bills, $4.71; demand,
$4.76; cables, $4,76 7-16.
Francs Demand, $5.70; cables, $5.69.
Guilders Demand, 4814c; cables, 48 c.
Lire Demand, $9.07; cables, $9.06.
Rubles Demand, 13o; cables, 14c, nom
Silver 99 c; Mexican dollars, 77c.
Bonds Government, heavy; railroad, Ir
Tim Loans Easier; (0 and 90 days, 6
I per cent; six months, t per cent
Call Money Weaker; high, 4H Pr eent;
low, t per cent; ruling rate, 4 per eent;
closing bid, t per cent; offered at 3 per
rent I last loan, 3 per cent.
U. B. Is. reg.... 97 G. N. 1st 4s.. 8$
HI. S. 2s, cpn.. 97 Mil. Cent, rf 4s. . 79
U. S. 2a, reg.... 99 Int. M. M. 6s... 12
U, 8. Is, cpn.... 99 K. C. S. ref 6s.. 80
U.S. Lib. 8s. 98.98L. A N. un. 4s.. 86
U. 8. 4s. reg... 106 M. K. A T. 1st 4s 88
U. S. 4s, cpn.. 106 M. Pac. gen. 4s $8
A. F. 8eo. 6s... 97 Mnt Pow. 6 89
A. T. A T. clt 6s 94 N. Y. Cnt deb. 6s 13
Anglo-French 6s 92Northern Pao. 4s 82
Arm. A Co.. 4s 8 4 'North. Fas. 8s. 58
Atchison gen. 4s 82 O. 8. L. ref 4s.. 88
B. A O. ey. 4l 80 P. T. A T. 6s.... 11
Bet. Steel ref. is 10Penn. eon. 4s.. 97
Cent. Pao. 1st... 80Penn, gen. 4s.. 90
Cent Leather 5s 1$ Resd. gen. 4s.... 84
C. A O. ev. 6s.. 81 8 L A 8 F adj ts tt
C. B. A Q. jnt 4s 94 8. Pao. ev. 5s.. 13
C M A 8 P cv 4 748outhem Ry. 6s. 92
CRIAP Ry.r4s 17 'Tex. A Pao. 1st 14
C. A 8. ref, 4s 7014 'Union Fan. 4s.. 88
D. A R. O. ref 6s-2V. B. Rubber 5s 80
of C. ts. 1131 11IT. 8. Steel 6s.. 98
Erl gen. 4s..... 68 H Wabash 1st .... 98
Gen. Ele. 6s.... 98 French Gvt 18
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Decrease In Visible Supply Total Brings
About Ad vane In Corn Values.
Chicago, May 1$. Corn bulged In value
today owing more or less to a good-sized
decrease of th visible supply total. Prices
closed strong at a shade to 2o net higher,
with May, $1.2701-27 and July, $1.45
F 1.46 14. oata advanced l0214c. Pro
visions finished unchanged to 45o lower.
It became apparent almost from the out
set that th corn market was In an over
sold condition. Evidence that big commis
sion houses were buying made shorts cover
freely, and brought about a decided up
turn In quotations soon after the opening.
Some of the buying was based on reports
that poor seed had rendered crop prospects
uncertain and that planted acreage would
show a reduction. Besides, field work was
said to be hampering the crop movement
Demand due to such causes, however, failed
to last, and the market had undergone a
material setback when toward the end of
the session a falling off In the visible sup
ply figures attracted notice. Fresh ad
vances then followed and the close was at
virtually the top figures of the day.
Oats were bulllshly affected by abnor
mally cold weather northwest and by ex
cessive rains elsewhere.
Weakness of the hog market carried
down provisions and so, too, did disappoint
ing exports. Grain strength, though, led
afterward to rallies.
Corn No. -2 yellow. $1.6801.70; No. 3
yellow, $1.6701-63; No. 4 yellow, $1,350
Oata No. 1 white. 76076c: slsndard.
Rye No. 2, $3.0603.10.
Barley $1.3001 60.
New York Produce.
New York, May 13. Butter 8teady; re
ceipts, 9,627 tubs; creamery higher than ex
tras, 47Q47c; creamery extras, (93 score,)
46 0 46o; firsts, 43046o; packing stock
current make No, 1, $0O30o.
Eggs Market, firm; receipts, 23,246
eases; fresh gathered extras, 38038o;
fresh gathered storage packed, firsts, 37
27o; do, regular packed extra firsts, 87
37 Ho; do, firsts, !5H036Hc
Cheese Market, quiet; receipts, 1,245
boxes; state, held, specials, 24 H 26c; do,
average run, 23 26c; do, fresh specials,
23c; do, average run, 22022Hc.
Live Poultry.. Quiet; no prices settled;
dressed, firm; chickens, 27044c; fowls,
29 0 35c; turkeys, 26035c.
New York, May 13. Dry Ooods Cotton
goods here today were firmer with sums
numbers of print cloths quotably higher.
Eastern yarns wer higher. Dress goods
were firm, but little new business could be
accepted by mills. Raw silk was un
changed. Duluth Unseed.
Duluth, Minn., May 13. Linseed, $3 800
2.92; to arrive, $$.86; May, $3.88 bid; July,
$3.12; October, i.UM bid.
NEW YORK STOCKS
' ss i . t
Bull Campaign Resumed; Gains
Range From 2 to 10 Points; '.
U. S. Steel Holds Undis- -puted
New Tork. May 11. Last week's bull can ':.
palgn In stocks was promptly resumed wlta.
greater vigor at the opening of today's mar
ket, extreme gains In a wide variety of Is
sbr ranging from 1 to almost 10 points.
The rise encompassed practically all th
popular war Issues, shippings, motors and
their accessories, and fully two-scor active
and Inactive Industrials more or less directly
affiliated with the war group.
Ralls were slow to com forward, but mad
gross gains of 1 to 2H points during the
Intermediate period. These wer materially
reduced In the extensive selling for profits
that marked the final hour.
United States Steel's leadership wal again
undisputed, It rising 2 to 1H, but closing
W under Its maximum, a net gain of 1.
Steel contributed no less than 276,000 to th
day's total turnover of 1,236,000 shares.
Other noteworthy features wer Sumatra
Tobacco at an extreme advance of 91, to
the new maximum of 125V General Motors,
4v,: Industrial Alcohol, $14; Distillers, 3;
Malting first preferred, 64, Lackawanna
Steel, 814. and Republic Iron, 8H- '
Shippings were 2 to 5 points higher at
their best and oils, fertilisers and several tit
the minor metals registered substantial
gains, nearly all of which were subjected to
variable impairment at the close.
Lire made yet another low record at
9.07, exchange on th neutral countries yield
ing part of last week's firmness. Ths better
bank statement caused perceptibly easier
conditions In rates for call money. Enlarged
offerlnga forced the Liberty 414s down to
the new low of 97.90, and the second 4s
made a new minimum at 94.80, first 4 'and
3Hs also denoting renewed pressure. Total
sales (par value) $8,860,000.
Old issues were unchanged on call. 1
Number of sales and rang of prices ot
the leading stocks:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amer. Best Sugar. 1.30 75 74 T4
American Can 9.200 4614
Amer. C. A F 7,000 81)
Amer. Locomotive.. 6,100 1
Amer. S. ft R 10.400 82V
Amer. Sugar Ref..
3,000 114H HI H2
Amer. T. A T, .
1,000 $9 t 1814
Amer. Z. L. A S.. 600 1714 15H 17
Atchison 1.100' 86 14 14
Anaconda Copper... 24.500 89 $4 (7 68
A., O. ft W. L B. L. 3.400 11184 109 109
Bal. ft Ohio 1.100 $4 68 $8
Butte A 8up. Cop. 11,100 25 18 14
800 It 17H 1T
100 147 147 14T
Central Leather ..
Ches. A Ohio
C, M, A St. P...
Chi. A N. W
$.000 81 48 tt
C. R. I. A P. etf.
Chlno Copper ....
Colo. F. A I
Corn Products Ref. 10,100
Crucible Steel .... 27,100
Cuba Can 8ugar.. 14,10
Distillers' Sec... 12,100
General Motors $.100 12$ 111 121
Ot No. pfd 11
Gt No. Ore ctfs.. 30,200 13 11 12
Illinois Central . . 96
Inspiration Copper. 16.600 $6 $4 $4
Int M. M. pfd.... 44,300 $6 $4 14
International Nickel 1.800 $1 $0 10
International Paper. $,100 '4$ 41 41
K. C. Southern... 200 16 16 1$
Kennacott Copper. 4,200 13 $2 82
Louis. A Nashville, ..... .... .... 113
Maxwell Motors ' .... .... 18
Mex. Petroleum.... 10,100 $1 17 17
Miami Copper .... 200 28 28 28
Missouri Paclflo ., 1,100 23 22 11
Montana Power ,, 86
NevaMa Copper ... 1,200 10 20 10
N. Y. Central 1,700 71 71 Tl.
N, Y N. H. A H. 20,700 16 14 11
Norfolk A Western 700 106 lot 101
Northern Paclflo... 1,400 17 18 11
Pacific Mall 1.409 11 . 11 31
Pac. T. A T .... 11
Pennsylvania 1,400 44 41 41
Pittsburgh Coal .... .... $3
Ray Cons. Copper 1,800 15 15 16
Reading 69.200 184 86 17
Republlo t. A S... 28,900 11 18 89
Shattuck Art Cop. 700 17 lt lt
Southern Paclflo . 1,600 15 84 84
Southern Ry 1.700 13 1$ 11
Studebaker Corp.. 11,100 19 27 17
Texas Co 2,800 162 160 160
Union Paclflo .... 1,300 124 121 111
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol. 12,000 111 lit 121
U. 8. Steel 106,000 111 110 110
U. 8. Steel pfd,.. 1,600 110 111 110
Utah Copper ..... 4,900 $3 82 83
Wabash pfd "B".. 1,000 21 11 11
Western Union ... 300 14 94 94
Westnghous EI.o... 1,600 42 42 41
Total sales for ths day, 1,226,000 shares. ,
London, May 13. Silver Bar, 48d per
Money 1 per eent.
Discount Rates Short bills. 1 par tenti
thre months' bills, I 8-16 per cent
New York General Market.
Nw' York. May 18. Flour Unsettled:
springs, $10.75011.18; winters, $10.85011-16;
Kansas, $10.90 011-IB-
Corn Snot, irregular: Klin artea, mo, i
yellow, $1.65; No. 4 yellow, $1.60 e. L f.,
Oats Spot, firm; natural, 85 0 850.
Hay Quiet: No. 1. nominal; No. 1, $1.$0;
No. $. $1.2001.30; shipping, 90 096c
Hods Quiet: state medium to enoic,
1917, 85O430; 1919, nominal; Paclflo coast,
1917, 2023o; 1918, 14016c.
Pork Easy; mesa, $52.60058.00; family.
$55.00086.00; short olear. 147.00062 00.
Lard Easy; miaai west, ssb.id wio-.
Tallow Easy; city special loose, 17
Rice Firm; fancy Bead, 9oie; diu
Nw York, May 13. Evaporated Apples
Dull: Calllornlas, HHOHo; state, 161614 e.
Prunes Firm; California, $914c; Ore
Apricots steady; enoic, iTite; xtra
oholca, 18c; fancy, 1920o.
Peaches Quiet; standard, llOue;
cholc, 12 14e; fancy, 13 014c.
Raisins Firm; loose muacatels, 909e;
choice to fancy seeded, lOHOHo; seedless,
914 011c; London layers, $2.
Illinois Central R.R.Co.
5 Gold EquipmenU
Due May 1 snd Nov. 1, Hit t 127
Secured by first lien on
standard equipment cost
ing $7,500,000, or over 36 -in
excess of this issue.
Writ for Special Descriptive
Corrttpondtnt OPftt im 14 Cititt
Chicago -137 So. La Sail St
Bondt-Short Term Note-A evrptmncet
Swift & Company
Onion Stock Yards, Chicago. May 14, 'lsV
Dividend No. 129
Dividend of TWO DOLLARS (J2.u0 m share)
on the capital stock al Swift A Company will be)
paid on July 1st, 1918, tostot' holders of record,
May 18th. 1918. as shown on th books of th
On account of Issue of new stock, traasfe .
books will b closed from May 18th. 1918. to July
1st. 1918. .
This dividend It not payable upon th new
liau of fifty million dollars capital stock. H
F. 8. HAYWAKO. Saoratatw
Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards. Chicago, -""J 'IS -
Special Dividend No. 130
Special Dividend of twenty-five per eent)
(25) on the capita stock of Swift 4c Company
will be paid in stock' of th Ounpany on July
16th. 1918, out of ths adjustment of th tied)
asi.tsof the Company to values current January .
1st, 1911 to stockholders of record May 18th, .
1918, as shown on the books of th Company,
F. S. HAYWAKO, Soarotary.
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