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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1918.
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION BOOM HUNTERS.
II yon tall to (lad the room you
(3 Mir among these ada call at The
Baa office (or a Boom List. Olvaa
templet description of Taeant rooma In
all parta of tha city. New liata Issued
TO RESPECTABLE business man, large,
oooL newly furnished front parlor! clean,
quiet plaoa; only 112; smaller room, 19;
must aea to appreciate. 713 N. 23d.
TWO alcaly furnished rooms, with an eaat
frott Prices reasonable. ,
til 8. 17th Are.
LOVELY trout room, in private family;
traveling maa preferred. 101 Park ave.
Phone Harney 407.
DESIRABLY furnished cool front room tor
gentleman. Homo privileges. Modern.
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
tha Sunshine, 101 North 17th St. Reason
SUITE of three rooms with water; also
single room. Phone Harney 4860.
GRAY3TONE, 25th and Cass, nicely fur-
nished room Douglas 794.
' 131 NORTH Slut ave,, pleaaant south room
Id private family.
NICELT furnished sleeping rooms.
FURNISHED ROOMS Kit Dorcas St.
FOUR large, pleasant, completely furnished
rooms. A regular home, but in flat. Also
suite of two or three for light housekeep
ing. Walking distance. 1580 Harney St
ROOM with kitchenette In modern home on
car Una. Price reasonable to employed
people. 1880 8. 14th St Douglas 7658.
LARGE, cool and neatly furnlehed three
room aulta with sleeping; porch. Private
x home. Also garage. 8026 Davenport St
ONE room for light housekeeping, suitable
for couple that both work, 13.00 per week.
1324 Chicago St Tyler 1385 -W .
LARGE beautifully furnished three-room
aulta with sleeping porch, also garage, no
children. 8018 Davenport
HOWARD ST., 2216. Large, cool, clean
housekeeping rooms, range, close in. Rent
THREE, four or five modern housekeeping
rooms. References. Walnut 1181.
1(28 CAPITOL AVE. One large and two
small rooms; gas range.
COOL rooma, 12 week; also apartments with
kitchenettes, Ogden hotel, Co. Bluffs.
WANTED by army medloal officer, room and
I board tor wife In exclusive Christian,
privata home, near Fort Omaha. Refer
encea exchanged. Southern people pre-
mi9TnA'i Bo g2'in i6' i
FOR RENT HOUSES
PARTIES having houses for rent or sale in
th neighborhood of a Basket Store will
do well to mention advantage to tha proa
pectlva renter or buyer.
-ROOM house,. 6420 N. 8 3d Ave. f per
month. Phone Colfax .1669.
. TOR RENT 8-room house, modern except
' eleotrio light Located 646 8. ' 21th St.
Telephone Harney 6868.
(-ROOM HOUSE 1613 Dorcas St
1818 Corby St., T-r., part mod. house $17.50
2012 Grace St, 8-r. mod. house 20.00
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO.,
881 South 18th Street Douglas 722.
ll4S SOUTH 12D, 7 rooms 830
.-. Ml South 26th, 1 rooms, garage 246
. ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO.,
Tyler 1836. 138 Securities Bklg.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIOH SONS ft CO., BEE BLDG.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY,
Realtors. Tyler 720.
GARDEN, 4111 N. 88th, 6 rooms $13.60
Flat, 230$ Leavenworth, 6 rooms.. 20.00
JOHN N. FRJGJNZHiK WUUliAO oo.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
THE CORONADO APARTMENTS
i - 22D CAPITOL AVENUE
2-room apartment with t-room accom
modations. Bnllt-ln bed and dresser, gus
stove, refrigerator, etc Everything first
class. Just west of the High School, 8
minutes walk to 16th and Famam streets.
Rent $82.50 to $37.60.
Benson & Myers Co., Realtors.
424 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 746.
HAMILTON APTat., fireproof; flue lawn and
flowers during summer: best location, 24th
and Farnam. Prices reasonable. Call D
PETERS TRUST CO.
Speclaltlsts In Apartment management
4-ROOM amfurnisbed apartment Angelua
No. 40-t Call Harney 6723.
ONE pleaaant tour-room ground floor
apartment; also four-room apartment on
upper floor. Talsphona Webster ($2 and
MODERN, Bstabrook Apts., near Postofflce,
$21. P. P. 8tebblna, 1610 Chicago.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN ft STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St, between
16th and 16th. Phone Tyler 2400. Have
your moving handled just aa you would
an ordsr for new furniture. That'a tha way
wa do it Ask to see our dally rental lists.
Separata locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAW AND STORAGB CO.,
80 8. 16th. Douglas 4168.
FREE service FIDELITY
Phone Douglas 18$ for complete
list ot vacant houssa 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 Douglaa 4338.
Ji" 'Dl717Ti Express Co., Moving,
. KJ. IXLtShU Packing and Storage.
HOT Farnam St. Web. 2748. Dong. 6146.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
.,' STORES FOR RENT.
$111 par month. Store room, 32x60 ft.
Full basement 15th and Douglaa Sts.
$176 per month. Large store room and
basement, with large office on. aeeond
floor. Steam heat 12th St., near Far
nam." - '
WORLD REALTY OO.,
Sun ' Theater Bldg. Douglaa $242.
STORE FOR RENT loth and Douglaa, 10
60, steam heat rent $115 per month, .
WORLD REALTY CO.,
Douglas 634$. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN STORE. 16th St.. near P. O. Low
rent G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
THE BEE BLDG. Offices for high elasa
tenants who want the best Keystone
Investment Co. - Tyler 13L '
Garages and Barns.
GARAGE FOR RENT 2008 Blnney.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
BEAUTIFUL NEW, 6-R.. MILLER PARK
i PAVED STS.; PRETTY LIGHTING
Five large rooms, first floor; 1 on 1.
. $800 Down. Pries $4,200; $36 Mo.
Close to street ear, schools, churches and
park and club houses; beautiful oak floors
and finish; ex. fins baaeraent; beat fur
nace and plnmblng; ex, large acreened-ln
porch ; must see to appreciate. Call Ty
ler 48. Evenings, Colfsx 2781;
OSBORNE R. E. CO..
. i ' 701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. -
AUNNK LUSA Borneo and iota offer the
beat opportunity ta In vast yeux . messy.
. rtm Ty4a !.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
AT A SACRIFICE.
Almost new, atrlctly all modern., full I-
atory, built and occupied only ty owner;
6 rooms finished, sleeping porch, tila bath
with finest of plumbing, all rooma finely
decorated, full cemented basement, laun
dry tuba; most complete house to be
found; corner lot, one block from car, lo
cated 2862 Blnney St, among new cornea.
It a priced way below ita value, si.euv.
and it can be handled on small terms.
Tot. can see tha house i -y ttma. Call
Red 681 or Tyler 1811-J. '
Beautiful New 6-R. Stucco Home
Strictly Modern, Built By Day. Labor
Close University of Omaha ana rarKs
Price 24,100, 21,000 down, 230 month.
Large ' living room, bookcases, seata;
pretty dining room; most complete kitchen
and refrigerator room; wonderrui case
ment: 2 lares bed rooms and tiled bath
2d floor; garage; south front; strictly
' high grade home and location. Call
OSBORNE, 701 Omaha Nat. Bank,
- OWNER LEAVING CITY.
NEW S-R CLASSY BUNGALOW
Built By Day Labor Large Lot
Choice, white oak finish; a beautiful
home, $600 down, price, f 3,309, 827.60 a
month. Located, 4307 Ohio St Call Col
AN almost new 4 .room and bath borne.
facing city park, baa guaranteed fur
naca and electric light; can be bought
today for 23 250; very easy terms to re
liable party. ' For appointment call
JIINNE LUSA home at a bargain. Let me
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
013-14 City National. Tyler 1671.
MINNE LUSA BARGAINS
New S-t-7-room, atrlctly modern Bun
galows. See me first
Tebbens, 605 Om. Nat. Bk. Phone D. 2182.
5-ROOM stucco bungalow, praotlcally new.
Quarter sawed oak finish, atrlctly modern,
nicely decorated; 1 blocks from car line.
Douglas 5661. Ask for Sterns, Owner.
WE SELL, Rent Insure and make Loans
on City property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames Ave. CoL 21T.
FOR SALE or will trade for lots, two
houses on North 20th St.; "good location;
good renters. Call Colfax 1608.
NINE rooms, hot water heat, near high
school. $3,600. Great bargain. O. P.
Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
NEW S-ROOM BUNGALOWS.
TWENTY-FIRST AND ARBOR.
Look at these today, Just being com
pleted, new and modern, Including oak
floors, fixtures, screens, sodding, walks,
etc Price $3,460; $360 cash and monthly
payments to ault
THE BYRON REED CO.
Phone Douglas 297. 212 South 17th.
SIX ROOMS, STRICTLY MOD.,
HANSCOM PARK DIST.,
$1 000 DOWN; PR., $3,500; $30 MO.
Has large lot, paved ats., shade; a choice
location; not new, but In good condition,
4 rooma and bath down; 2 nice large
bed rooms up. Call Tyler 496.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
ONLY $2,600. Two cottages; one 6-room and
one 4-room. good condition. Live in one
and rent the other. Paving all paid. Will
make terms to suit purchaser. Located
2433 S. 20th St. Norrls ft Norris, 104 N.
15th St.. Phone Douglas 4270.
DANDY S-R. COTTAGE, S. FRONT
SOUTH OF HANSCOM rAKK. .
$300 down, price $1,750, $18 month; b
nice rooms on one floor. For details, call
FIELD CLUB district, 7-r.. modern house,
garage, lot 70x165, price, $4,!50. a A.
Orlmmel, Phono Doug. 1616.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE
Tha nearly new all modern 5-r. oak finish
bungalow on 60 -ft. east front lot near
34thand Arbor Sts. Price $3,960. Cash
Nearly new $-r. all mod. bungalow, oak
finish, fireplace, 60-ft. S. front lot, near
27th and Pratt Sts. Price $8,750. Caah
Near 17th and Laird, nearly new 6-r.
oak finish bungalow, only $3,760; fine cor
ner lot. 50x127, paved. Cash or terms.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
23D AND CASS STS.
Two 8-room all modern cottages, aU on
one floor," also floored attic, full basement,
hot and cold water, electric lights, taxes
all paid: rent $720 per year; size lot, 86x98.
Owner moving to California.
260 Bee Bldg, Doug. $2$.
New, 6-room stucco; oak finish; nicely
decorated; fine location; near car line.
Price, $4,000. Terms. $600 caah. balance
BENSON 4 CARMICHAEL,
643 Paxton Bite. '
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMUNTS.
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
203 S. 17th St. Douglas 6012.
HOMES AND HOMESITES.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
61T Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1883.
W. FARNAM SMITH As CO..
Real Estat and Insurance.
1810 Farnam St' Dong. 1004.
FOR SALE To white or colored, 6-room
modern; hot water heat $3,250. Call Web
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
. FOR SALE.
$20,000 equity in improved half section
land adjoining the town ot Emmetsburg,
Palo Alto county, Iowa; will take good,
clear residence up to $4,000 value in
Omaha, Council Bluffs or Des Moines as
part pay. Address Lock Box 145, Council
FINE Iowa stock and grain farm for clear
Canada land. Owners answer with full
description and price. W. J. Good, Char
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$1 DOWN, $1 A WEEK. -PAYNE
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Located 1 ' miles west of Benson.
Has a good, 4-room bouse, barn for 10
head of cattle and 4 horses; double
corncrlb, chicken house 12x24; all build
ings are nearly new and nicely painted;
hog house; fenced and cross-fenced;
only 40 feet to splendid well that haa
22 feet of water; 7 acres in alfalfa, two
acres In pasture: small bearing orchard.
Thia 1. a farm that haa been worked by
owner and is In splendid condition and
elegant quality of land. If you want
one of the best little farms near Omaha
yon ahould be sure and look this over.
Owner will sell crop, stock and farm
machinery and give poseeeslon immedi
ately It wanted. Price of farm, $12,000.
Come In and we will take you out and
show you the property any time.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. . Phone Tyler 60.
8-room strictly modern home In fine 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 66x128.
South and East front corner lot This Is
a beautiful boms and must be seen to be
appreciated. Price $8,500. Call ua for an
J. L. HIATT COMPANY,
QAi-J FIRST NATIONAL
!7W BANK BLDG.
Thia fins comer now offered for sale;
ground 100x125. An exceptionally well
built S-room, thoroughly modern home.
Quarteraawed oak finish; vapor heat
, Ing system: garage for two cars; paving
all paid. See us for pries and full par
' GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglaa 3962. 11S-10 City National
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
This Is an attractive, well-constructed
2-story,, (-room, modern house, with
tiled front vestibule and coat closet
central hall, large living room, with
brick fireplace and with French doors
opening on to a large outside porch;
attractive dining room, convenient
kitchen, first floor. Three corner bed
rooms, tiled bathroom and outside
sleeping porch, second floor; stairway
to full attic; full cemented basement
Finish Is old ivory with oak floors
throughout. Price $6,360. Something
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
Omaha Real Estate is thr heet in
vestment you could make. Read The
Bee s real estate columns
REAl ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your home or bualsai
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
Electrlo Bldg. Tyler (1.
BUSINESS property and investments.
A P. TUEEY and SON.
820 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUB INVESTMENT CO..
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist
16th and Dodge Sta Dou glas 418-
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has ( five-room houeea. one T
room, modern house, one 8-room modern
house and 2 modern store buildings; all
well rented, on paved streets, cloaa to
oar linos In Omaha; also $30,000 first
mortgages; prices are right and property
In first class condition.
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
212 City National Bank Building.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and (-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 496. 701 Om. Nat Bank Bldg,
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULVIHILL,
200 Brandels Theater Bldg. Phone D. II
WANTED Modern flat, value $30,000 to
$40,000. Address P. O. Box 478, Onawa. Ia.
MEET me at F D Weed's Office
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
STOCKS FOR SALE.
100 shares Hoffman Oil Refining tor
100 Crow-Elkhart Motors for $400.
100 Buffalo Oil A 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 5 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts an account.
OMAHA LOAN ft BLDG. ASSOCIATION.
5 PAUL1 PETERSON, 52
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on hand for mortgage loana.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2716.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6, 6 and 6 Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT CO., Keellne Bldg.
512 HARISON ft MORTON.
918 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
2100 to 810,000 MADE promptly. FTdT
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN ft COMPANY. Douglaa 4228.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG, 312 Brtn
dets Theater Bldg. D. 685.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehea, Ark.
W. 8. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
' Colorado Lands.
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
farmers of moderate means to secure
farm homes on very easy terms. Inform
us location desired. For free book and
map and special railroad rates write
Floyd a Tallmadgs. Colonisation Agent
Kans.-Colo. Ry Co., First National Bank
Bldg.. Pueblo. Cola
ONE section of fins land In the celebrated
Hugo district Colorado. Clear. Will take
Liberty bonds for It Aroya Land Co.,
Omaha National Bank.
FOR SALE Cheapest farm lands In Amer
ica: come and sec. J. S. Fenny. Fort Scott,
Minnesota ."n 's
THE assistance you need in starting your
new home is just what we are in position
to offer you. Wa will do far mora than
anyone else to help yon buy and locate
right because Its to our Interest to help
you succeed. Send for literature. Send to
day. Arnold, Com'r, D. ft I. R. Railway,
607 Wolvln Bldg., Duluth, Minn.
40. 80 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVY
soil; well settled part ot Todd county,
Minn.; good roads, schools and churches.
Pries $16 to $22.60 per acre; terma $1 an
acre cash, balance $1 an acre a year;
5,000acres to select from. To aotual set
tlers who will put up buildings and Improve
land we will give deed and take mort
gage back for full purchase price for 6 or
: 10 years, 6 psr cent Interest. Schwab Bros.,
1028 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
68 ACRES Irrigated land, Lincoln county;
rich Platte valley land; all under Irriga
tion; 2-room house, barn, ate.; 9 acrea of
alfalfa. Price $100 per acre; $4,000 caah
required. Immediate possession. Whits A
Hoover, 454 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade,
medium priced land In Nebraska, Very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol-
WRITE me for pictures and prlcea my farms
and ranches In good Old Dawes County.
Arsh L. Hungarford. Crawford. Neb.
RANCHES of all sixes and kinds, eaay
terms. A K. Patzman. $01 Karbach Blk.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARB SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prlcea write Geo. Antlll, Blair. Neb.
CHOICE FARMS. Nllsaon. 421 Rose Bldg?
WHEATLAND Wyoming farma, $50 par a..
Including paid-up water rlghte. Henry
Levi ft C M Rylander. 964 Omaha Nat't
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men ot Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes aa security.
$40, 6 mo., H. goods, total. $8.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts. proportionate rata.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
492 Securities Bldg., 16th. Farnam. Ty. 666.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
IOf SMALLER LOANS. Opf
O W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1892. 10
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TT. 960.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.'
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Melaslw-k, 1614 Dodge P. 6819 Est 1 1891.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
SNOW WHITE Rock eggs for hatching.
BUFF ORPHINGTON eggs, 16, $1.00.
Thoroughbred. Red 847
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with aa If yon
want to keap It
E. P. SNOWDEN A SON.
419 8. 1Mb. Douglaa 9171.
WANTED 20.000 acrea of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land, Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box T 4T. Omaha Bee.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
OWING to draft for military service, must
at ones dispose ot my ftve young horses;
8.000 lbs., t and 8 years old. black
Percheron mare and horse; 8-year old
mare, will have colt soon: also her 4-year-old
colt; both well matched, 8.600
lh.; 6-year-old 1.100-lb. horse. Mitchell
roadster car. At great sacrifice, aa I am
forced to aelL 817 8. 2Sd St.. block
. south Leavenworth.
REAL BARGAIN FOR CASH.
Beautifully matched pair, 0 and T years
old, 3,700-lb, team horses; do for farmer
or In city; unable to care for them. Mrs.
Shears. 1408 Jones St Block north, 24th
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Nellie o. Bollard and husband to Lo-
vlna Mickey. Thirtieth street 66.5
fret north ot Marcy street, west
side. 34x60 $2,600
Mary K. Lewis and husband to Mat-
tie Mae Anderson, California street
60 feet west of Fiftieth street aoutb
side, 60x116 6 300
Irenaous fhuler et al to Henry Schu
macher, Cass street 100 feet west ot
Forty-third street south aide,. 6 Ox
June H. Shank et al to Otis F. Law
yer, Mar street, 252.8 feet west of
Twenty-eighth avenue, north aide,
Gould Diet- and wife to Carrie B.
Klnkead, Marcy Street 120 feet west
of Thirty-eighth street north aide.
Homestead company to Fred Rover,
Thirty-sixth street 110 feet south
of Polk street eaat aide, 40x124.... 280
Jos Miller and wife to Mike Pakenla
et al, southwest corner Tblrty-tblrd
and 8 atreets. 44x126 2,280
Willis Realty company to Halsey W.
Reynolds, Willis avenue, 204 feet
eaat of Eighteenth street, south side.
Kate Miller to Joaeph Boskov et al,
Thirty-second street, 48 feet north
of T street, eaat aide, 43x56 700
Josef Tuoek and wife to Maria M.
Schauer, U street 160 feet west of
Twenty-fourth street south slds,
47x140 and other property 6.00
Winter ByK. to Security Land and Im
provement company. Twenty-eighth
street 198.6 feet north ot Plnkney
street west side, ,40x120 1,600
Dora Horn and husband to Harry A
Wolf, Ssvsnteenth St., 606 feet north
of Nlcholaa street east side, 46x
Reserve Realty oompany to Lulgl
Glgllotl. southwest corner Thirty.
sixth and Corby streets, 60x110.. 210
John 8. Bllby and wits to J. L. Duff,
L' street 60 feet eaat of Twenty-
second street south side, 80x70,. 100
Fred J. Cole and wife to Isabella
Richmond, S street 260 feet west of
Forty-first street south side, 60x
Joseph Barker, trustee, and wife to
William Shean, Fifteenth street, 160
feet south of Fowler avenue, west
side, 80x142 620
Reserve Realty company to Anders
P. Johnson southeast corner Thirty-seventh
and Mapla street, 60x
Robert K. Dlemel and wife to Jacob
John Stull et al. Thirty-fifth street,
66 feet north of Jaynes street west
side, 40x120 500
Maggie M. Durbln and husband to
Emma Doll. Marcy atreet, 272 feet
west of Fifty-fifth street, south
side, 50x120 300
George C. Flack to Bryce Campbell,
nortbeaat corner Twenty-eighth ave
nue and Camden avenue, 20x87.... 1
Brown Realty company to Amos P.
Scruggs northeast corner Fortieth
and Camden avenue, 60x125 160
Margaret Fitzgerald to Hastings as
Heyden, Forty.elghth street, 120 feet
north of Wirt street east side, 4 Ox
George A Mulflnger and wife to John
B. Anderson, Marcy atreet 160 feet
east of Fifty-seventh street, south
side, 60x130 900
Susanna Blankl to Norah A. Stroud,
southeast corner Commercial avenue
and Ames avenue. 20x120 160
Omaha Bray Market.
Receipts light on both prairie hay and
alfalfa. Demand fair to good for the bet
ter grades. Medium gradea are moving
Hay Choice upland pralris. $18.00; No.
1, 815.00017.00; No. 2, $10.00 0 13.00) No.
2, $6.0008.00; No. 1 midland prairie, $15.00
016.50; No. 2. $10.00012.00; No. 1 lowland
pralris, $8.00010.00; No. ,2 $6.00 0 7.00; No.
Alfalfa Choice, $28.00; No. 1, $19,000
21.00; standard, $16.60018.50; No. 2 812.00
O16.00; No. $, 210.00OH-60.
Straw Oat, 86.00O7.60; wheat. $6,000
New York, May 1. Evaporated Apples
Dull; Callfornlaa, 1416c; state, 15164e.
Prunes Firm; California, 8014e; Ore
gons, 124, 1414c.
Apricots Quiet; cholcs, lle; sxtra
choice. 18c; fancy, 1920o.
Peaches Quiet; atandard, llttO--Kc;
choice, 12K014c; fancy, 18 !4 014c.
Raisins Steady; loose muscatels, 9HO
SVo; choice to fancy aseded, 1014911c;
seedless, 954 Olio; London layers, $2.
Chicago, May 14. Butter Market un
changed. Eggs Market lower; receipts. 28,761
cases; firsts, 32033c; ordinary firsts, 80
HHc; at mark, caaes Included, 31V4J2c.
, PotatoesMarket higher; receipts, 22
cars; Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota,
bulk, 90c$1.06; sacks $1.1001-20.
Poultry Alive, market steady; fowls, 27o;
New York, May 14. The market for cof
fee futures was very quiet again today and
fluctuations were irregular.
Spot Coffee Quiet; Rio 7 8o; Santos
it), 10T4.C. The only offers reported In the
cost and freight market were of Santons 4a
at 10.20c, and 8s and 4s at 10.40c ateamer
shipment London credits.
Owing to the holiday no official cables
were received from Brazilian markets.
( Turpentine and Roeiit.
Savannah, Oa., May 14. Turpentine, firm,
45V4c; sales 152 bbls.; receipts, 227 bbls.;
shipments, none; stock, 22,640 bbls.
Rosin Firm; sales, 648 bbls.; receipts,
1.876 bbls.; shipments, none; stock, $7,18$
Quote: B. $6.60ffl6.60; D, B F, $6.60: O,
H, I, K, $6.65: M, $6.6606.86; N, $7.00;
WO, $7.20: WW. $7.85.
New Tork. May 14. Metal exchange
quotes lead firm; spot, $7.00 07.1 2 H ; spelter,
firm; East St. Louis, delivery, spot $7,260
At London: Spot eoppsr and futures,
110; electrolytic, 125; spot tin and futures,
370; lead spot. S 10s; futures, 28 10s;
spelter, spot, 54; futures, 50.
New Tork Cotton,
New Tork, May 14. Cotton cloaed easy at
a net decline of 90 to 108 points.
Spot Cotton quiet middling, 27.20c. Fu
tures closed easy; May, 26.09e; July, 26.61c;
October 27.77c; December, 24.68c; January,
St, Lents Grain.
St Louis, Mo., May 14. Corn No. ,
81.67H; No. 1 white, $1.7801-80; July.
Oats No. 2, 74c; No. t white; 77K
78c; July, 66 He asked. '
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., May 14. Corn No. 1
mixed, $1.6401-66; No. 2 white, $1.6801.72;
No. .2 yellow. $1.6$1.66; May, $1.270
I. 28; July, $1.48.
Oats No. i white, 78c; No. t mlxsd,
Ksasae City Predore.
Kansas City, May 14. Butter and Poultry
Eggs Firsts, $lc.
Dnlnth linseed Market.
Duluth, Minn., May 14 Linseed $3.90V4
03.96; to arrive, $3.90; May, $3.90
bid; July, $3.96; October, $3.67 bid.
New Tork Sugar.
New Tork, May 14. Sugar Raw, steady;
centrifugal 4:006c; fine granulated, 7.45c.
Buffalo Express Wrecked;
One Killed and 10 Injured
Albany, N. Y., May 14. One fire
man killed, one passenger mortally
injured and nine other passengers
more or less seriously injured, was
the result of the wreck of the Buffalo
express last night at Schodak
Landing, according to officials of the
New York Central railroad. The
engineer was badly scaldsd.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK
Cattle Trade Active; Hogs Sell
5 to 10 Cents Higher; Sheep
; Market Steady to
Omaha, May 14. 1919.
Official Monday ,
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.... 6,721 9.208 6,162
.... 8,400 12,800 7.600
Two days this week 18,111 21,162 12.762
Same days week ago.. 23.178 36,608 10,818
Mama days 2 wka ago.ll.S4 $1,847 11,418
Same days 3 wka. ago.16,780 26,216 14,464
Same days yesr ago. ..14.716 17.172 11.974
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union stork yards. Omaha, for 24 hours
ending at p. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C. M. ft St. P t
Mlsaourl Paclfto 4
Union Paclflo 71
C. tk N. W., east 16
O. ft N. W west 61
C, St. P., M. A 0 11
C, B. ft Q., east. ..j....
C, B. ft Q., west It
C, R. I. ft P., east 18
C, R, I. A P., weet 64
Illinois Central 4
Chicago Gt. West S
Total receipts 288
DISPOSITION H BAD,
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris ft Co 886
Swift A Co .....1.631
Cudaby Packing C0..1.4D6
Armour Co 1,283
Schwartz A Co
J. W. Mudphy
Lincoln Packing Co..
8. O. Packing Co....
Wlleon Packing Co...
W. B, Vansant Co. ..
Benton, Vansant A L.
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co
J. H. Bulla
U F. Hu
Roaenstork Bros. . . .
F. O. Kellogg
Werthelmer ft Degen
Rothschild ft Krsbs .,
Mo, A Calf Co
Dennis A Francis
Jensen ft Lungren..
Totals 6.430 12.802 7,373
Cattle Reoelpta of eattla this morning
were 6,400 head, making the total for the
two days 13,121, as compared with 28,178 a
week ago and 16.726 head the correspond
ing days last year. Quality of the ru-elpts
was good and Included quite a few loads
of choice beeves and the usual run of
medium weight shortfed steers.
Early trading waa aottve, and with fa
vorable eastern advlcea packers and out
side buysrs took hold of a moderate run of
cattle at prices which were atrong to lOo
higher. For the best prima ateers packers
paid aavhlgh aa $17.60, breaking the record
tor the Omaha market by lOo a hundred.
and on the general run ot medium. In-be
tween kinds of shortfed steers trading waa
generally on a lOo higher basis and aotlve.
Beef yearlings, both the oholca and ths
light kinds, showed Improvement this morn
ing on a demand well abls to take oare of
all tba offerings, prices were around a dime
higher and In some cases svsn more.
Butcher stock waa generally atronger to a
dims higher and active. Feeders were gen
erally stsady to eaaler and In vary small
supply with the exception et a few loada
of western Nebraskana.
Quotations on eattla: Good to obolcs
beeves, $17.00017.60; fair to good beeves,
$16.00017.00; common to fair beeves, $12.60
016.00; good to choice yearlings, $14,000
16.26; fair to good yearlings, lll.00B18.60:
common to fair yearllnga, $9.60010.60; good
to oholos heifers, $12.60013.60; good to
cholcs cows, $12.00013.60; fair to good
cows, $9.75011-76; common to fslr cows.
$7.6009.76; prims fseders, $13.00013.26;
good to cholcs feeders, 810.26011.75; fair
to good feeders, $9.00010.00; oommon to
fair feeders, $7.6008.60; good to choice
Mockers, $10.00012-00; stock heifers, $$.60
010.60: stock cows, $7,50010.00: stock
calves, $8.60011-60; veal calves, $9,000
13.00; bulls, stags, etc., $10.00 01 3-00.
Hogs There were 181 loads of hogs on ths
market, estimated at 12,800 head. There
waa an active demand for shippers from
ths start tha general market being 60 to
lOo higher. Packers were not quite so early
but after the trading began bid strong to
6c higher for tha droves purchase. The bulk
of sales today la $17.00017.10 with a top
Sheep There were It loads of sheep on
tha market this morning, estimated at 7,600
head. No trading had been done at the
time of making this report. In fact, the
arrivals were a little slow in being yarded.
The market looked steady to lower.
Quotations on sheep: Good to choice Iambs,
$11.26030.20; fair to obolcs lambs. $17,600
19.00; fair to choice yearlings, 817. 00
8.36; fair to choice wethers. $14.60017.00;
fair to choice ewes, $18.00016.00; feeders
ambs, $17.60019.00; Spring lambs, $15,000
. 16 00
1 wool buck 230
S wool ewes 134
1 wool ewe 120
1 wool lamb 90
21 clipped lamba 91
13 cull lambs 66
206 shorn lambs 74
822 shown Iambs 72
7 4 cull lamba 91
306 shorn lsmbs 73
266 shorn fat lambs 81
32 shorn fat lambs 99
136 shorn ted ewes 106
Kansas City Live Stock Market
Kansas City. May 14. Cattle Receipts,
7,000 head; market strong; prime fed ateers,
$17.00017.60; dresssd beet steers, $16,000
16.75; westsrn steers, $13.60017.60; cows,
$8.26014.50; heifers, $11.00016 00; stockers
and feeders, $9.00016-60; bulls $8.50013.00;
Hogs Receipts, 10,000 head; market,
lower; bulk of sales, $17.30017.40; heavy,
$17.2 6 0 17.86; packers and butchers, $17.26
17.66; light, $17.40017.60; pigs, $16,260
Bheep and Lambs Receipts, 7,200 head;
market lower; lambs, $16.60Ol-$6; year
lings, $14.00017.00; wethers, 113. 00016.60;
St Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, Hay 14. Cattle Receipts, 4,000
head; market, strong; native beef steers,
$11.60017.60; yearling steers and heifers,
$9.60016.60; cows, $7.60013.60; stockers and
feeders, $8.60012.00: fair to prima southern
beef steers, $10.00016.60; beef cows and
heifers, $6.00013.50; southern yearling
steers and heifers, $7.60 016.00; native
Hogs Receipts, 14,600 head; market, low.
ar; lights, $17.60017.76; pigs, $16.50017.60;
mixed and butchers, $17.36017.75; good
heavy, $17.36017.60; bulk ot sales, $17.30
Sheep and Lamba Receipts, 2,600 head;
market, steady; lamba, $16.00016.60; ewes,
$16.00 0 17.00; wethers, $16.60017.00; can
nera and choppers, $6.6009-60,
' Chicago IJva Stock.
Chicago, May 14. Cattle Receipts, 14-
000 head; market weak; native ateers, $10.16
017.70; stockers and feeders, $9.00012.26;
cows and heifers, $6.90014.2$; calves, $$.00
Hogs Receipts, $0,000 head; market
weak, 6 to 15o nnder yesterday's average;
bulk, $17.28017.70; light, $17.20017.76;
mixed $17.16017.76; heavy, $16.25017.60;
rough, $16.26016.60; pigs, $14.00017.26.
Sheep and Lamba Receipts, 18,000 head.
market weak; sheep, $13,00016-25; lambs.
Rtonx City Live Stock.
Sioux City, May 14. Cattle Receipts, 2,
000 bead; market ateady; beat steers, $12.00
017.60; fat eowa and heifers, $9.00014.00:
canners, $7.2608. 60; stockers and feeders,
$9.00 0 12.00; calves, $8.00 13.00; bulls,
stags, etc, 68. 00O12.80; feeding cows and
heifers, $7.60 011.00.
Hogs Receipts, (.600 head; market 10o
to 16o higher; light, $17.20017.86; mixed,
$17.10017.25; heavy, $17.00017.16; pigs,
$15.60016.75; bulk of sales. $17.10017.25.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 600 head;
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St Joseph, May 14. Cattle Receipts,
1,600 head; market higher; steers, $12,000
17.40; cows and heifers, $7,00016.00; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 6,600 head; market low
er; top, $17.60; bulk ot aalea, $17,000
8heep and Lamba Receipts, 1,600 head;
market lower; lambs, $16.80 19.60; awes,
New Tork. May 14. Cotton goods here
today were steady and export demand full,
but goods very scarce. "Tarns were stesdy.
Men's wear mills discontinued all fancy
products. Silks wars quiet
READY FOR U.S.
Washington May 14. The first 1,-
000,000 tons of ships completed and de
livered to the United States govern
ment under the direction of the ship
ping board have been put on the high
seas to help defeat Germany.
A total of 159 vessels, of 1,108,621
tons, was completed up to May 11, ac
cording to statistics compiled by ex
Jert of the shipping board. Since
anuary 1 more than half of the total
tonnage, 667,696, has been delivered
and the monthly totals have shown
a steady increase.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Receipts Extremely Light,
Totaling 82 Oars; Bulk of
Corn Unchanged; Oats
Omaha, May 11, 191$.
Receipts of grain were extremely light
ioiay, totaling only 83 cars. Whsat re.
celpta were 16 cars; corn, 63 cars; oats, 11
cars, and barley, $ cars. Arrivals hsrs were
no exception, all other weatern terminals
reporting correspondingly light receipts.
Ths demand for cash corn waa extreme!
light and, deeplta the few offerings, sellers
touna it necessary to hold soma of their
grain ever. Tha bulk of tha good corn
waa unchanged while tha choice white
brought an advance of lo and 3c. No. 3
white sold at $1.66 and tha No. I yellow at
i ts; no. s mixed corn brought $1.61.
uats scored a substantial gala, selling no.
generally, lo and lc Receipts were only
11 cars snd these were cleaned np quickly.
No. 1 white sold at 170 and the No. I
white at 77c; No. 4 whits oats brought 76Ho
ana tne sample grade, 78o and J4o,
Rye took an unusual drop. . Tha last ear
of No. 3 rya sold In thia market went-at
$3.26, four days ago, while tha same grade
som toasy at st.ss; mo. I rya sold at $1.82.
sariey waa not muott chanced and sold
readily. No. I barley sold at $1.20 and
$1.40 and tha No. 4 grade at $1.20. Re-
Jected barley sold at $1.10 and tha sample
graae onerings at 91.10 ana 91.10.
Clearances were, whsat and flour eaual
to 68.000 bushela; oora, 46,000 bushsls; oats,
Primary wheat reoelpta were 889.000
bushels, and shipments 46,000 bushels,
against receipts of 766,000 bushels, and ship
ments ot si,ous Dusneis last year.
primary corn recelpta were 626.000
bushels, and shipments 411,000 bushsls
against receipts of 729,000 bushels, and
shipments of $72,000 bushsls last year.
primary oats receipts were 604.000 bushels.
and shipments 633,000 bushels against re-
celpts of 666,000 bushels, and shipments of
1,123,000 Dusneis last year.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago 16 240 ISO
Minneapolis 164 ,. ,,
Duluth 1 .. .,
Omaha 16 63 11
Kansas City 7 48 27
St. Louis 11 30 28
Winnipeg 186 . . ..
These ssles wers reported today:
Corn No. $ white: 4 cars. $1.68. No., 8
white: 6 care. $1.66. No, 4 white: 8
ara, $1.60. No. 6 white: 44 car. $1.26;
3-5 car, $1.85. Sample whits: 1 car, $1.20.
No. 1 yellow: 4 cars, $1.66; 1 car, $1.64.
No. $ yellow: 4 ears, $1.63. No. 6 yellow:
2-6 car, $1.20. sample yellow: 1 car,
$1.25. No. $ mixed: 1 car, $1.61. No. 4
mixed: 1 car, $1.66, No. t mixed: 1
car, $1.60. No. 6 mixed: 1 car, $1.2$ 1
car, $1.22; 1 car, $1.20.
Oats No. 1 whits: 1 ear, 77146. No. $
white: 6 cars, 77c. No. 4 white: I oars,
76o. Sample whits: 1 car, 74e; 4 cars,
74c; $-6 car, 73 c; 1 car, 70c. No. $
mixed: 1 car, 76c. No. 4 mixed: 2-6 car,
Rya No. I: 1 car, $1.96. No. $: 114
Barley No. 1: 1 car, $1.40; 1 car, $1.35;
1 car, $1.26; $-6 car, $1.20. No. 4: 1 ear,
$1.20. Rejected: 1 car, $1.10. Sample: 1
car. $1.20: 1 car. $1.10.
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: I bulkhead.
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. 2 whits,
$1.69; No. S white, $1.66; Ns. 4 white, $1.60
0162: No. $ white. $1.25; Sample white,
$1.20; No. I yellow, $1.6401-66; No. S yel
low, $1.62; No. S yellow, $1.20; Ssmple yel
low, $1.25; No. 8 mixed, $i.i; N.o 4 mixed,
$1.69; No. 6 mixed, $1.60; No. 6 mixed. $1.20
01.28. Oats: No. 2 white, 77o; No. 4
white, 76o Sample, 70O74o, Barley:
No. 8, $1.2001.40; No. 4, $1.20; rejected.
$1.10. Rye: No. 2, $1.96; No. 8. $1.93.
Chicago eloalng prices, fumlshsd Tha Bss
by Logan 4b Bryan, stook and grain brokers,
316 South Sixteenth strsst Omahat
May 1 1 1 14 IT
1 Summary of tha corn and wheat rsglon:
Light and unimportant showers occurred In
the central portion of the region, otherwise
ths weather waa generally fair. Temperature
la almost generally higher, but It la still
abnormally cold in ths Mississippi valley snd
adjoining ser tlons, and northwestward over
the North Red river valley and British
CHICAGO OKAIX AND PROVISIONS.
Cora Undergoes Sharp Breaks In Talus and
Oats Kase Down.
Chicago, May 14. Corn underwent sharp
breaka In valus today owing largely to of.
flclal announcement that there waa plenty
of seed on hand to supply all requirements
this season. Prices cloaed unsettled, 1 net
lower to OK advance, with May $1.17
and July $1.43 to $1.43. Oats finished
unchanged to down and provisions off 17
oents to $1.
Despite numerous rallies due to covering
by aborts, ' ths weakness of corn prices In
01 eased aa tha and of the session approached
and the close was at virtually tha loweat
level of the day. In thia connection, bear
ish sentiment appeared to ba Influenced to
a considerable extent by an understanding
that tba Department of Agriculture expected
to assist farmera In obtaining aeed oorn for
replanting If first planting failed,- and that
even then a surplus would remain. Pros
pects, too, of warmer weather that would
facilitate planting tended further to weaken
the market, and so likewise did slackness of
demand for Immediate delivery.
Oat eased down with corn. Crop condi
tions were excellent and there were no bids
from exnortera. '
Provisions droppsd from tha extreme limit
allowed for ona day aa a rssult ot govern
ment notice to paokars that prices to re
tellers must not sxceed tha prices charged
on May 1.
New Tork General Market.
New Tork. May 14. Flour Unsettled ;
springs. $10.75011-26; winters, $10.85011.15;
CornSpot, essy; kiln dried. No. 1 yel
low, $1.60; No. 4 yellow, $1.60 c I. f.. New
Oats Spot, firm: natural, 11 O 860
Hay Quiet; No. 1 nominal; No, 1, $1.50;
No. 3. $1.2001-30; shipping, 10 0 95c
Hops Quleet; state, medleum to choice
1917, 86048c; 1916, nominal; Faclfle coast,
1917. 30O23o; 1916, I4O160.
Provisions Pork, sssy; mess, $51,600
6$. 00; family, $66.00066.00; short clear.
$47.00062.00. Lard, weak; middle west,
Tallow Easy; city special loose, 17 c
Rice Firm; fancy head, 9 I'd blu
Butter Steady; ' receipts, 1,16$ tubs;
creamery higher than extras, 47 0 47c
creamery extraa (91 score), 46 0 46o; firsts
4846; packing stock, current make, No.
Eggs Eaaler; receipts, 11,121 caaes; fresh
gathered extras, 38038e; fresh gathered
atoraga packed firsts, 8787c; regular
packed extra firsts, 37037c; nrsta, 36
Cheeee Steady: receipts, 8,081 pkgs. ;
state held specials, 14 0 26c; average run.
21 025c; state whole milk flats, fresh
specials, 23c; average run, 11022c.
Live Poultry Unsettled; ao prlcea settled.
Dressed, firmer; price unchanged.
Minneapolis, May 14. Corn No. I yel
Oat No. I whits, 78074c
Flax $8.9201.94. (
Rye $2.0803 12.
Barley $1.05 1.40.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Railroad Shares Advance on
Prospect of Rate Increase;
Realizing for Profits Causes
New Tork, May 14. Railroad stock had
their Inning today, making spirited advances
on ths recommendation that a 3$ par cent
rata Increaaa be granted. The movement
substantially benefitted tha entire trans
portation division, minor shares recording
even greater galna than seaaoned or dividend-paying
New Haven made an axtrem rlaa of 444
and Erie first preferred 8, while tha
shares of many low grade roads traversing
less populous sections of tha west and
aouthwaeet gained 1 to 8 point.
Among representative rails Union Paclfi
and Southern Pacltio mounted I point each.
Northern Pactflo and Great Northern 1
ta 3, New Tork Central 814. Reading and
Baltimore ft Ohio S to 3, and secondary
coalers, both anthracite and bitnralnaua, 1
ta 3 points Inevitable realising for proflta
caused Irregular reversals later.
Industrials and equipments were eclipsed
moat of the session by Inquiry for rails,
but noteworthy feature were not lacking
in those group. Butt A Superior Copper
added 8 points to yesterday' 6-polnt gala
on favorable litigation, American Sugar rose
S points on unexpected "extra" dividends
and shippings, motors, tobaccos and various
metala were 1 to 4 points higher at time,
though also less yielding at tha confusing
United State Steel offered resistance to
liquidation for rpoflts, fluctuating between
1114k and 1094, ending at 109. a net lors
of , and furnished Ita usual liberal quota. '
Speculative railroad bond war atronc.
but the Internationale and Liberty Issues
were Irregular, tha 4 Ha declining to tha
new low of 97.53, but rallying briskly to
I8.3 on cam aaiea at tha end. Tout bend
sales (par value) aggregated 110.300.000.
Old United States Issues were unchanged
on call, 1
List of leading markets and number at
sale yesterday: Cloalng
Sale. High. Low. Bid.
American B, Sugar 800 74H 78 H
American can .... io,too 46
Am. Car and F..,. 1,900 79
Am. Locomotive 1,800 67
Am. 8. R...... $,600 61
Am. Sugar Refg.. 70,000 114 111 111
Am. Tel. Tel.. 400 98 06 18
Am. a., 1 at B-... 11, duo
Anaconda Copper. 16,60
Atchison ,.. 1,400
A O W.L S. S. . .
Bait. A Ohio .
B. A 8. Copper
Can. Paclflo ,
.. 1.40 141 147 147
S.IOO SB 11 HU
Che. Ohio 11,700
C, M. 8t P.... 1,800
C. A Northwest .. 1,400
C, R. I. A P 16,700
Chlno Copper .... 1,000
Colo. F. A Iron.. 1,600
Corn P. llefg 11,600
Crucible Steel .... 10,900
Cuban Cans Sugar, 10,700
Dlstlllsrs' Securities 16,200
7,300 131 111 114
1.100 11 11 11
Oen. Motor ....
Ot Northern pfd
IK. North, or Ctf 6,700
Illinois Central ... 100
Insp. Copper ..... (.400
I. M. Marina pfd. 1,000
Inter. Nickel .... 1,800
Inter. Paper .... 11,600
K. C. Southern ,
Max. Petroleum .
Miami Copper ...
400 116 111
mo. Paclflo ......
Mont Power .....
Nev. Copper . , , , ,
N. T. Central ....
N. T N. H. A H . .
Nor. 4k Western ..
1.000 108 106 107
North. Paclflo ....
4,700 89 17 17
I, 100 II 11 11 .
4,400 41 41 44
...... .... .... 68
1.T00 15 26 15 ,
T2.I0O 61 87 87
II. 100 11 84 19
200 17 10 16
Pittsburgh Coal ..
Ray Cons. Copper.,
Rep, Iron A Steel..
Shat. Aria, Copper
S. Paclflo ........
Texas Co. ........
Union Paclflo ....
U. 8. I. Alcohol .,
U. S. Steel
IT. 8. Steel pfd ...
Utah Copper ....
Wabash pfd "B" . .
16,900 16 28 14 '
4.600 19 17 88
1,100 151 160 160
11,800 116 124 124
6,600 122 110 110
1,200 111 119 101
600 110 111 11 '
1 800 88 11 !!
Ii600 16 11 24.
TOO 14 . 14 14
1,100 41 43 43
Total sales lor tn day i,Z3,ooo sharea,
Naw Tork Money. '
New Tork, May 14. Mercantile Paper
Four and I months, I psr osnt
Sterling Sixty-day bllle, 14.73; oommer
clal 60-day bills on banks, 14.73; commer
cial 14-day bills. $4.71; demand, $4.78.45;
cables, $4.74 T-16.
Francs Demand, $5.71; eabla,$5.l.
Guilders Demand 48 e; cables, 48 c.
Lire Demand, $9.10; cables, $9.09.
Rubles Demand. lle cables, 14c. nom
Sliver Bar. 99 e; Mexican dollar, T7c
Bonds Government,' Irregular; Railroad
Time Loana Steady! 60 day and SI daya, -
bid. - '
Call Money Stsady; high, 4 par cant;
low, 4 per osnt; ruling rata, '4 per cent;
closing bid, 4 per oent; offered at 4 per
cent; last loan, 4 par cant
U. s. sr reg.. 7 o. N. 1st . ss -
do coupon ... IT
1. c. rer. 4S.. T
I. M. M. 6.... 12
K. C. 8. rsf. I. 71
L. ft N. un. 4 14
M., ft. AT. 1st 4, 11
M. Pao. gen. 4a 69
M. Power 6a..,. 89
V. 8. Is reg.... 99
do coupon ...SO
U. 8. L. ! ,. SI
U. 8. 4 reg.. 101
do coupon ...10$
A. F, 8. 6 IT
A. T. ft T. c 6 9$N. T. C. deb. 6 14
Anglo-French 6a 12 N. P. 4a ....... 12
A. ft Co. 4S...8N. P. 1 18
Atchison get. 4a II 0. 8. L. ref. 4 14 ,
B. to O. C 4S 80 P. T. T. 6S.. 11
B. Steel ret. 6s 904Pa. con. 4s.. 17
C. Lsather 8a.. 96 Pa. gen. 4a ... 49
C. Paclflo 1st.. SO Reading gen. 4s. 84
C. A O. 0. 6s.. 82 8. L.4S. F. a, 6a 66
C, B. ft Q. J. 4s 93 S. Paclflo . ta. 14
C.M.AS.P. 0. 4s 74S. By. 6 12
C.,R.I.&P.R.r.4s, 66 T. ' .P. lat. . . 84
C. ft S. rsf. 4s. 71U. P. 4s... 18
D. ftR. O. ref. 6s 14 U. 8. R. I ... 10
D. of C. I. 1931 91 U. 8. 8. 1.... 11
Erie gen. 4.... 66 Wabash 1st.... 96
G. Elec. 6s 11 V. Govt. la.... 18
London, May 14. -Silver Bar, 41 4 per
ounce; Money, 1 per cent
Discount rates: Short bills, 1 per cents
three-month bills, 1 1-16 psr cent.
Ohio River Site Selected
For Biggest Ordnance Plant
Washington, May 14. Neville is
land, in the Ohio river, near Pitts
burgh, was selected today by th War
department as the site for the great
government ordnance plant to be built
and operated in the interior. Work
will be pushed as speedily as possi
ble The Neville Island plant will be th
largest in the world, surpassing even
that of the Krupps in Germany.
It will be built and operated by the
United States Steel corporation at the
solicitation of the government.
In the oil fields few today
bny oil stocks. They buy
Oil Royalties. You gat a
Warranty Deed for an undi
vided interest in oil lands. No
Stock. You get, in proportion to
your Interest of all tha oil.
The Producing Company, who
leasea tha land and pays all
expenses of drilling and opera
tion gets . You get your
royalty checks twice a month.
You ar protected by Stat
laws. Cost of Royalty Interest
depends on potential and actual
return to tha Investor. - One
Royalty, which w handle, sold
a year ago for $50; it now pay
at tha rata of 84 yearly on
tha present selling price of
Writ ns for Royalty Bar
gaina and complete information
about this cream ot tha oil in
vestment line. Currier 4k Cc,
Scarritt Bldg, Royalty Dept.
17, Kansae City, Mo.
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