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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1918.
WANTED LADY COOK. WHITE.
APPLT AT ONCE; GOOD PLACE.
GOOD WAGES TO RIGHT
W. W. HOCKENBERRT.
PHONE NO. 60.
GIRLS. COLORED PREFERRED.
OMAHA PAPER STOCK CO..
1STH AND MARCT STS.
Male and Female.
OMAHA government , clerk examination!
May 15th. Thousands wanted Immediately;
$190 month. Sample questions free.
Franklin Institute, Dept.- 131 E. Rochester.
WANTED Men. jadlea and boys, learn
barber trade; org demand: wages while
learning;, strictly modern. Call or write
140 Dodge St Trl-Clty Barber College.
Phone D. 1147.
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade. Call
or write (or free catalogue. 110 8. 14tb
St.. Omaha. Neb
WANTED Maids, housemen, porters and
kitchen help; high wages paid. Apply
at the Henahaw.
Every day Is enrollment day. Rook
keeping, shorthand, atenotypy, tyi.-wrlt
tng, telegraphy, civil service all rm.imer
clal and English branches. Catalogue free.
Douglas 1665. 18th and Harney ?H.
, Van Bant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
AN apaitmen extraordinary, 3 rooms and
bath, big oloset room. FURNISHED
COMPLETE In every detail. In high-class
apartment building; walking distance from
downtown; Janitor service, water, beat,
etc., ' furnished, 142.(0 per month Call
DUNDEE The lower floor, or kitchenette,
upstairs, desirable. Walnut 1263. Phone
mornings or evenings.
1812 CAPITOL Ave., modern, south front
apartment, private bath; also sleeping
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS,
(f you fall to find the room you
desire among these ads call at The
.- Bee office for a Room List. Olves
complete description of vacant rooms In
all parts of the city. New lists Issued
TO RESPECTABLE buslnesi man. large,
cool, newly furnished front! parlor; oiean,
quiet place; only 112; smaller room, 89;
must see to appreciate. 712 N. 2d.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, with an east
front. Prices reasonable.
712 S. 17th Ave.
LOVELY irout room, In private family;
traveling man preferred. 105 Park ave.
Phone Harney 8407.
DESIRABLY furnished cool front room for
gentleman. Home privileges. Modern
Tyler 2241. '
MODERN furnished rooms for men only At
me ounsmne. sua jvorin inu ou nnwo
PARLOR floor, all covenlences, walking dis
tance. First-class, $4. 804 8. 18th St.
SUITE of three rooms with water; also
single room. Phone Harney 8860.
GRAYSTONE, 26th and Cass, nicely fur
nished rooms. Douglas 7994.
131 NORTH list ave,, pleasant south room
in private family.
FURNISHED ROOMS 1618 Dorcas St.
FOUR large, pleasant, completely furnished
rooms, A regular home, but In flat. Also
suite of two or three for light nousekeep
lng. Walking distance. 2580 Harney St.
VERY CLEAN and nicely furnished house
keeping rooms near Leavenworth and
Farnam cars and the boulevard. Private
home. Reasonable. Harney 8205.
LARGE, cool and neatly furnished three
room suite with sleeping porch. Private
home. Also garage. 3028 Davenport St.
ROOM with kitchenette In modern home
on car line; waaning privileges, i-rice rea
sonable. 1520 8. 24th St. Doug. 7658.
ONE room for light housekeeping, suitable
for couple that both work, 33.00 per week.
2224 Chicago St. Tyler 1S85-W.
LARGE beautifully furnished three-room
suite with sleeping porch, also garage, do
children, 8028 Davenport
SLEEPING and light housekeeping rooms,
reasonable. 818 North 17th St., south
west corner of 17th and Cuming Sts,
HOWARD ST., 2211. Large, cool, clean
housekeeping rooms, range, close In. Rent
THREE, four or five modern housekeeping
rooms. References. Walnut 2181.
3628 CAPITOL AVE. One large and two
small rooms; gas range.
Board and Rooms.
BOARD and room In good locality for man,
wife and child. Box 7448, Bee.
COOL rooms, 82 week; also apartments with
kitchenettes, Ogden hotel, Co. Bluffs.
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 HOUSES
MODERN 10-room residence; keys on
; premises, 2601 Capitol avenue. Telephone
PARTIES having houses for rent or sals In
thi neighborhood of a Basket Store will
do well to mention this advantage to the
prospective renter or buyer.
6-ROOM HOUSE 1613 Dorcas St
I at:-. .it- .....
-l FOR RENT.
181 Corby St., 7-r., part mod. house 117.60
2013 Orace St, 8-r. mod. house... ... 30.00
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO.,
205 South 18th Street. Douglas 722.
12-ROOM modern house for rent at 2501 St.
Mary's Ave. for $60. 6-r. mod. house,
2660 Meredith avenue, $20.
. W. H. GATES.
647 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. D. 1214.
1142 SOUTH 32D, 7 rooms (30
201 South 36th, 9 rooms, garage 145
Tyler 15J. 333 Securities Bldg.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIOH SONS CO..- BEE BLDQ.
(.1ST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler 729.
1ARDEN. 4119 N. 13th. f rooms til. 10
Flat, 2305 Leavenworth, 6 rooms.. 20.00
JOHN N. FRENZER DOUGLAS 664.
ihopen A Co.. Ratals. Douglas 4111-
THE CORONADO APARTMENTS
" 22D & CAPITOL AVENUE
S-room apartment, with t-room accom
modations. Bullt-ln bed and dresser, gas
stove, ' refrigerator, etc. Everything first
class. Just west of the High School, 8
minutes walk to 16th and Farnam streets.
. Rent $32.60 to $37.60.
Benson & Myers Co., Realtors.
434 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 746.
HAMILTON APT.S.. fireproof . fine lawn and
flower during summer; best location. 24th
f and Faraam, Prices reasonable. Call D.
FO RENT APARTMENTS
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK Close In. fen
equal; 4-roora apartment; also 4-room
flat Apply 2S0 N. 23d. Phone Red 4233.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Speclaltlsts In Apartment management
4-ROOM unfurnished apartment Angelu
No. 40. Call Harney 6723.
ONE pleasant four-room ground floor
apartment; also four-room apartment on
upper floor. Telephone Webster 932 and
TO SUBLET, 3 rooms with 4-room accom
modations, 837.60 summer, $42.50 winter.
No. 33 Coronado, Douglas 5734. S2d and
4-ROOM and sun room, new, modern corner.
Apt 30;, vacant June 1: Apt 3, Maple
Court. "1815 Maple St Red 688.
MODERN, Estabrook Apt., near Poatofflce,
$32. Q. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
STORES FOR RENT.
tilt per month. Store room,' 22x60 ft
Full basement 15th and Douglas Sts.
1175 per month. Large store room and
basement, with large office on second
floor. Steam heat 19th St, near Far
nam. WORLD REALTY CO.,
Sun Theater Bldg. Douglas 6342.
I Theater Entrance.
STORE FOR RENT 16th and Douglas, 20x
60, steam heat, rent 8113 per month.
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.
CONSIDER The Bee building when choos
ing offices. It Is time well spent Key
stone Investment Co. Tyler 131.
Garages and Barns.
GARAGE FOR RENT 2008 Binney. Web
ster 3028. '
WANTED TO RENT
MODERN five-room house, furnished, good
locality. Box 7447, Bee.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN A STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St., between
15th 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.
FREE service FIDELITY
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 330 or Douglas 4338.
Jp Dt7ll7'T" Express Co.,
, U. JXEjEjU Packing and
Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St Web. 2748. Doug. 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West Farnam District
Five-room strictly modern bungalow;
hot water heat; oak finish throughout;
n large floored attic; paving paid. Located
at 4.209 Harney 8t Price 84,500. Look this
,."PTV and make us an offer. Reasonable
terms. , .
- j.l; hiatt co.,
'"no'' First. 'Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 63.
1 BEMIS PARK DISTRICT
This Is a good 2-story, 6-room, mod.
em house, In first-class condition hav
ing living room, dining room, kitchen,
pantry and Ice box room first floor, 3
large bed rooms and bath 2d floor.
- Paved street and ornamental lighting
system" throughout the district This
Is 1314 N. 86th St., and Is priced low for
GEORGE & CO., Dpug. 756.
3227 PINKNEY ST.
Buy this small place with 4 rooms and
city water for a home. Price has been
reduced and the owner will sell on easy
payments 350 to 1 00 cash, or In Lib
erty bonds, and the balance same as rent.
Buy this place for a home. You ought
to be able to resell for a good profit.
CREIGH, SONS & CO.,
Douglas 200 Realtors 108 Bee Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL NEW. 6-R., MILLER PARK
PAVED STS.; PRETTY LIGHTING
Five large rooms, first floor; 1 on 1.
$800 Down, Price $4,200; $36 Mo.
Close to street car, schools, churches and
park and club bouses; beautiful oak floors
and finish; ex. fine basement; best fur
nace and plumbing; ex. large screened-in
porch; must see to appreciate. Call Ty
ler 496. Evenings, Colfax 2783.
OSBORNE R, E. CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Beautiful New 6-R: Stucco Home
Strictly Modern, Built By Day Labor
Close University of Omaha and Parks
Price $4,900, $2,000 down, $30 month.
Large living room, bookcases, seats;
pretty dining room; most complete kttcben
and refrigerator room; wonderful base
ment; 1 large bed rooms and tiled bath,
2d floor; garage; south front; strictly
high grade home- and location. Call
OSBORNE, 701 Omaha Nat. Bank.
In Mlnne Lusa, very classy, oak finish,
large living rooms,- fireplaces, bookcases,
built-in buffet and built-in kitchen cabi
net; tiled bath room; fine bedrooms; fruit
cellar, furnace, etc; paved street; every
thing first-class, Just let me show you
some of these; 14,600, f and t rooms, all
on one floor.
TEBBENS, the Realtor.
606 Om, Nat. Bk, Phones D. 2182, Web. 13.
BIG SNAP HOUSE AND
But must be sold this week, t rooms
nd bath, strictly modern, lot 60x138; new
garage, paving and all taxes paid; near
, car line and 16th and Evans Sts. $3,500.
Less for cssh.
TEBBENS, the Realtor.
60S Omaha Nat. Bank. Phone D. 2182.
OWNER LEAVING CITY.
NEW 5-R CLASSY BUNGALOW
Built By Day Labor Large Lot
Choice, white oak finish; a beautiful
home, $609 down, price, $3,800, 127.50 a
month. Located, 4307 Ohio St Call Col
AN almost new 4jroom and bath home.
facing city park, has guaranteed fur
nace and electrlo light; can be bought
today for $2 250; very easy terms to re
liable party. For appointment call
5-R. BUNGALOW, mod., oak finish, screen
ed porch, screens and storm windows,
large east front lot, fruit and shade,
paved street, near 34th and Martha.
Terms If needed.
RASP BROS.. 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler J21.
WE SELL, Rent, Insure and make Loans
un City property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO,
14th and Ames Ave. CoL 217.
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, $3,500. Great bargain. O. P.
Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
M1NNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
heat opportunity to Invest your money
Pbon Tyler Ml.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
NEW S-ROOM " BUNGALOWS.
TWENTY-FIRST AND ARROR.
Look . these today, just being com-
pieieu. new ana moaorn. Including oak
floors, fixtures, screens, sodding, walks,
etc Price $3,450; $350 cash and monthly
paymems 10 suit.
THE BYRON REED CO
Phone Douglas 297. 213 South 17th
SIX ROOMS. STRICTLY MOD.
HANSCOM PARK DIST..
$1 000 DOWN; PR., $3,500; $30 MO.
Hss large lot, paved sts., shade: a choice
location; not new, but in good condition,
4 rooms and bath down; 3 nice large
bed rooms up. Call Tyler 496.
. OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Omaha Nat. Rank Bldg.
ONLY $3,500. Two cottages; one (-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 9. 20th St Norrls & Norris, 104 N.
16th St.. Phone Douglas 4270.
DANDY 5-R. COTTAGE. S. FRONT
SOUTH OF HANSCOM PARK.
$300 down, pries $1,750, $18 month; b
nice rooms ou one floor. For details, call
FIELD CLUB district, 7-r.. modern house,
garage, lot 70x1(5, price, 14,250. C A.
Orlmmel, Phone Doug. 1615.
Hot Water Heat
Corner Lot, Garage
Five rooms on one floor; large attic;
walls in living and dining rooms can
vsssed and hand decorated; built by
wner who is leaving oity; paving all
paid. Price $3,800. T
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City National.
23D AND CASS STS.
Two 8-room all modern cottages, all on
one floor; also floored attic, full basement
hot and cold water, electrlo lights, taxes
all paid; rent $720 per year; alse lot, 16x98.
Owner moving to California.
BIRKETT ft COMPANY.
250 Bee Bldg. Doug. 111.
New. (-room stucco; oak finish: nicely
decorated; floe location; near car Una.
Price, (4.000. Terms, $800 cash, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
(41 Paxfon BIk.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMJCNTS.
PORTER ft SHOT WELL,
203 S. 17th St Douglaa (018.
. HOMES AND HOMESITES.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
(37 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1711.
W. FARNAM SMITH as CO.,
Real Bstat and Insurance.
1339 Farnam 8t Dung. 10(4.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
$20,000 equity in Improved half section
land adjoining the town of Emmetiburg,
Palo Alto county, Iowa; will take good,
clear residence up to 14,000 value In
Omaha, Council Bluffs or Dee Moines as
part pay. Address Lock Box 145, Council
FINE Iowa stock and grain farm for clear
Canada land. Owners answer wtth full
description and price. W. J. Good, Char
GOOD Omaha residence property to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease, 211 Bran. Th. Bldg.
WILL trade $600 equity In high class Dun
dee lot for auto. Box 7440, Bee,
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
(1 DOWN. (1 A WEEK.
PAYNE ft SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Located 1 miles west of Benson.
,Has a good, 4-room house, barn for 10
head of cattle and 4 horses; double
cornerlb, chicken houss 12x24; all build
ings are nearly new and nicely painted;'
hog house; fenced snd cross-fenced;
only 40 feet to splendid well that hss
22 feet of water; 7 acres in alfalfa, two
acres In pasture; small bearing orchard.
This Is a farm that has been worked by
owner and is In splendid condition snd
elegant quality of land. If you want
one of the best little farms', near Omaha
you should be sure and look this over.
Owner will sell' orop, stock and farm
machinery and glvs possession Immedi
ately If wanted. Price of farm, 112,000.
Come In and we will take you out and
show you the property sny time.
HASTINGS ft HBYDEN,
1614 Harney St. - Phone Tyler 60.
PLANTED TO POTATOES
$25 CASH, $10 A MONTH
All seed, thoroughly sprayed before
planting; you get all the crop by simply
taking cars of Its potatoes will bring a
good price this fall, Why not make the
start T This Is an Idea4 acre west of ,
Benson for your future home. Price
HASTINGS ft HEYDRN.
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 50.
y2 Block Car and Paved
This Is In north part of city. Lot lays
fine and best of soil. Several high class
homes scross street. East front. Price
660. Can show you a fine 3 -acre tract
nearby, on terms. Call Tyler (0 and ask
for Mr. Manvllle.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1614 HARNEY gT,
HIGH and sightly Dundee lota. 1876 tn
$1,150. Easy terms. Loan arranged for
Duiiamg purposes, rnone u. 6074, Shuler
ft Cary, Realtors.
TRUST your acreage property with us. We
INTER-STATB REALTY COMPANY,
S. H. Browns, Manager.
913-14 City Nat'l Bank. . Tyler 1671.
8-ACRE HOME CLOSE IN.
Owner leaving city, offers his 8-room
house, built 1 years ago, with oak finish
and lot, water heat, on 1 acres of splendid
land on 4 2d St., the main crosa street be-
tween Center St. and "L" St. This Is I
blocks from street car and about a mile
south of the Field club golf links. Will
sell team, cow, chickens and even the
furniture with the place. Also lease of 25
acres of alfalfa land at $3 per A., with I
years to run. Price for quick sale, $9,000.
HARRISON ft MORTON,
916 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.' Tel. D. 814.
REAL ESTATE B'neaa Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your horn or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO,
Electrlo Bldg. Tyler It.
BUSINESS property and Investments,
A. P. TUKEY and SON, '
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist
16th and Dodge St Douglaa 416.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has ( five-room houses, one T-
room, modern house, one 8-room modern
house and 2 modern stors buildings- all
well rented, on paved streets, closs to
car lines In Omaha; also $20,000 first
mortgages; prices srs right and property
In first class condition.
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
lit City National Bank Building.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
( and (-room bouses and bungalows with
1300 to 1500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 496. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULVIHILI
106 Brandeis Thester Bldg. Phone D. Ot
140,000. Add-ess P. O. Box 471. Onawa, la.
MEET in at jr. u. weaas uuwe
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WE want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC,
(33-40 Keellne Bldg.
DIVIDENDS Of ( PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar atarta aa account.
OMAHA LOAN A BLDO. ASSOCIATION.
CI Of FARM LOANS. K1C
0 720 PAUL PETERSON. Oy O
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDO.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loana.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1018 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 1711.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
, (,(H and 6 Per Cent
J. H. DUMON-T CO., Keellne Bldg.
.-919 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
$100 to 110.000 MADE promptly! F. D.
Weed, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam 8ts.
MONEY to loan on improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN ft COMPANY. Douglas 4228.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
"W. H. Thomas & Son. Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERG. Ill Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 586.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
MAY 21ST. .
Our next excursion to McQehee. Ark.
W. S. FRANK. 301 NEVILLE BLK.
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
farmers of moderate means to eecure
farm homes on very easy terma Inform
us location desired. For tree book and
map and special railroad rates write
Floyd C Tallmadge, Colonisation Agent
Kant-Colo. Ry Co.. First National Bank
Bldg.. Pueblo. Colo.
ONE section of fine 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
lea; come and see. J. S. Penny, Fort Scott
40. 80 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVY
soil; well settled part of Todd county,
Minn.; good roads, achoola and churches.
Prloe 115 to $22.(0 per acre; terms tl an
acre cash, balance tl an acre a year;
9,000 acres to select from. To actual set
tiers who w.'.l put up buildings and Improve
land we will give deed and take mort
gage back for full purchase price for I or
10 years, ( per cent Interest Schwab Bros.,
1028 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
(1 ACRES Irrigated land. Lincoln county:
rich Piatt valley land; all under Irriga
tion; 1-room houss, barn, etc; 9 acres of
alfalfa. Price (100 per aore- $4,000 cash
' required. Immediate possession. Whit ft
Hoover, 454 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
WRITE me for pictures snd prices my farms
and ranches in good Ola Dawes County.
Aran U Hungerford. Crawford. Neb.
RANCHES of all sixes and kinds, easy
terms. A 4. Patsman. lol Kerbaon Blk.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at beat
prices write Geo. Antlll. Blair. Neb.
CHOICE FARMS. Nllsson. 422 Rose Bldg.
640 ACRES, Improved; price, $16 aore; ex
change for Omaha, K, C. . or cheap Mo.
land; also herd of good horses to trsds.
What have you 7 Albert E. Pattee, Upton,
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a..
Including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi ft C. M Rvlsnder. 1(4 Omaha Nat'l
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If you
' want to keep It.
B. P. SNOWDEN ft SON,
428 9. 16th. Douglas (371.
WANTED 20,000 acres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be flrst-clsss
farm land. Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box Y 467. Omaha
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
RHODE ISLAND RED eggs for setting, till
Burt. Harney 2689.
SNOW WHITE Rock eggs for hatching.
BUFF ORPHINGTON eggs, 15, 11.00.
Thoroughbred. Red 6476.
Horses Live Stock Vehicle
OWING to draft for military service, must
at once dispose of my five young horses;
3,000 lbs., 7 and 1 year old, black
Percheron mare and horse; 1-year old
. mare, will have 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 saorlflce, as I am
forced to sell. 817 S.23d St., , block
' south Leavenworth. 1
REAL BARGAIN FOR CASH.
Beautifully matched pair, 6 and 7 ysars
old, 2,700-lb, team horses; do for farmer
or In city: unable ,to car for them. Mrs.
Shears, 2401 Jones St. Block north, 14th
FOR SALE 10 Holsteln cows and heifers.
Apply F. C. Bliss, 264 Exohang ,Bldg.,
South Omaha. . .
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
140, 6 mo., H. goods, total, $8.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts, proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
432 Securities Bldg., 16th. Farnam. Ty. 8(6.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
1C1 SMALLER LOANS. O Of
O W. C. FLATAU EST. 18(1. O
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDO. TY. (60.
DIAM0ND8 AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malaahock. 1614 Dodge D. 6619. Est. 1891.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mary Ann Lynch to J. Earl Sweet,
northeast corner Fifty-second and
Dodge streets, 100x120 $6,500
Mlrrlam F. Mcllvalne and wife to
Blanche E. Gles, Grand avenue, 480
feet west of Florence boulevard,
south side, (0x120 2,710
Christine A Devlne and wife to Ludwlg
A. Landen, Newport avenue, 86 feet
east of Twenty-fifth avenue, 44x120 4,100
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to Mollis
Roy, Twenty-fifth street, 43 feet
south of Y street, west side, 47x104,
Katie Miller to Peter Paxur, et al,
northeast corner Thirty-second and
T streets, 66x130 700
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to R. C.
Peters, southeast corner Sixteenth
and Evans streets, 48x134 2,100
Frank Blla and wife to Mary F. Bugle
wlcx, northeast corner Twsnty-sec-ond
and W streets, 50x120 2,100
Continental Realty Co. to Fred J.
Hellsten, Pratt street, 110 feet west
of Sixty-seventh avenue, north side,
W. O. Butler and wife to T. P. Soott,
Twenty-eighth street, 63.( feet south
of Howard street, east side, 70x104. .20,600
Cecelia M. Kramper to George P.
Burchmore, Twenty-third street, 109
feet south of Laird street, east side,
Edgar H. Scott and wife to Charles
Leslie, trustee, Jackaon street, 120
feet east of Fifty-fifth streett, south
aids, 60x160 l.(t(
Paul W. Kuhns snd wifs to R. O.
Rasmussen, northeast corner Thlrty
eventh and Lothrop streets, 41x110 276
Homestead Co. to Mary A. Utterbsck,
Monros street, 132 feet east of Thirty-sixth
street, south side, 40x134.. 2(0
Lillian E. Beans nd husband to R.
L. Alley, Forty-second street, 120
feet north of Pratt street, east side,
William C. Norrls to Anna Roman,
northeast corner Sixteenth and Red
Ick avenue, 2(0x478.6 ((0
Georgia B. Wright and husband to
Lewis O. Aldrlch, Ogden street, 100
feet east of Twenty-fourth street,
north side, (0x160 4.100
Maiden Investment Co. to William H.
Whltmore, Thirty-ninth street, 40
feet north of H street, west slds, '
Nancy Conley to D. W. Morlarty,
northeast corner Forty-first and Q
streets. 10x120. undivided Vk ,
New Yerk, May 16. Evaporated Apples-
Market dull; California, 144016c; state,
Prunes Firm; Callfornias, 814c; Ore
Apricots Quiet; choice, 1714o; extra
choice, 18c; fancy, 19 20c.
Peaches Quiet; standard. llHCllc;
choice, 12tt14c; fancy, 1314 14c.
Raisins Steady; loose muscatels, (HO
94c; choice to fancy seeded, 10tyfJllc;
aeedless, Cllc; London layers,
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Prices Higher; Hog
Trade Active; Top $17.25;
Sheep Market Sluggish at
Omaha, May 1(, 1(11.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
orncial Monday 6.731 9,301 (.163
Official Tuesday 7.744 12,819 8.146
Estimate Wednesday.. (,800 8.800 (.000
Three days this irk. ,.20.365 31,001 19,198
Same days week ago... 29,624 41,637 16.370
Same days 2 wks ago. 23,133 44,335 19.153
Same days 3 wks. sgo. 19.101 41,499 18.393
Same dsy year ago. .22.231 14.430 14,353
Receipts an? disposition of livestock at
the Union stock yards. Omaha, for 24
hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m. vesterdsy:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C, M. Bt. P 6 4
Wabash . . ; 9 ,
Mlnsourl Tsclflo 4 1 1
Union I'aclflo 15 36 10
C. ft N. W east ....... 10 1 ,
C. ft N. W., west (4 34 1
C. St. P., M. ft 0 13 7 (
C. B. ft Q , eVt 8 (
C. B. ft Q., west 27 21 7
C. R. I. A P., east ..... II..
C R. I. ft P.. west 1
Illinois Central ( 7
Chicago' Gt. Western .... 4 1
Total receipts 143 111 15
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Swift ft Co
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour & Co .'
Schwartx ft Co
J. W, Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co. ... 48
South Om. Packing Co. 4
Cudahy Packing Co
F. B. Lewis 116
J. B. Root A Co 18
F. O. Kollogg (4
Werthelmer ft Degen . 10
Sullivan Bros 41
Christie 13 ;..
Meyers 39 ,
Banner Bros. 47
John Harvey ,. 223
Dennis ft Francis ...... 34
Jensen ft Lungren .... 39
Other Buyers (18
Total v 6,(19 ,(ll 046
Cattle A moderate supply of 1,800 head
or 131 car waa on sals, making offsrlngs
for the week 20.265 head, some 9,(00 short
of a week ago and the early market opened
active In all quarter and packer and out
side buyers all had good order and bought
their droves around 10O16o higher than
yesterday. There were no vary choice steers
on sale, best avallabls bringing (17.45 and
117.60, and the medium to good grades were
generally active at prloes ranging from
116.16 to 317.15 and from $13.76 to 816.(0
and for the common to fair warmed up
grades from (11.00 to $16.15. Yearlings
showed a great deal of activity, both for the
choice and lighter kinds are Quotable from
$14.60 to $16.60. the commoner kinds show
ing tn some place as much a (Oo advance
lor the three day. Butcher stock waa gen
erally active and loo to 16o higher than
yesterday. Best cows bringing as high as
(14.00 and choice heifers as much a $16.00
and generally Quotable from $8.00 to (15.00.
There were few feeder on sal at generally
Quotations on cattle! Good to choice
beeves, $17.10017.60; fair to good beeves.
$1(.0017.00; common to fair beeves, $11.(0
Wis.oo; good to choice yearlings, $14.25
16.00; fair to good yearlings, $11.00(913.76;
common to ifatr yearlings, $9.60010.60;
good to choice heifers, $18.(0014.00; good
to choice cows, $12.00014.00; fair to good
cows, $9.76012.00; common to fair cow,
$7.60010.00; prim feeders, $12.00011.00;
good to choice feeders, $10.1(011.76; fair
to good feeders, $9.00010.00; common to
fair feeder, $7.(008.60; good t choice
stockers, (10.00O12.00; stock heifer, (8.(0
O10.60; stock cows, $7.(0010.00; stock
calves, (8.(0011.(0; veal calves, (9.000
13.00; bulls, stags, etc, tl0.00O18.00.
Hogs Arrival of hogs today amountsd
to 126 loads, estimated at 1,800 head. The
quality was nothing to brag about. Th
shippers moved early and th market on
this class of bogs was fairly active, top
brought 117.15. Packers were lata and did
not seem to have very urgent Order. Th
bulk of the hog moved at $16.90017.06.
Sheep There were 1 toads of sheen on
the market thl morning estimated at (.000
head. While this run was not very large
the reoelpt wsra sufficient to meet the de
mand. Th market waa very sluggish, prao-
tlcally no trading being done up to the
time ot writing this report. A string of
yearlings went at 117.00 which I about
steady with previous price. Th market
was steady to lower.
Quotation on Bheep Qood to choice
lambs. $19.26020.00; fair to choice lamb,
117.60019.00; fair to choice yearling, $17.00
018.25; fair to choice wethers, $14.(0017.00;
fair to cholcs ewes, $19.00016.00; feeder
lambs, $17.6019.00; spring limbs, 115.00
, St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis. Mo.. May 1 (.-Cattle Receipt,
4,400 head; market steady; native beef steer,
$11.60017.60; yearling steers -and heifers,
89.60016.50: cow 87.60013.00: sbocksr
and feeders, $8.60013.00; fslr to prim
southern beef steers, 110.00015.60: best
cows and heifers, $6.00018.60; southern
yearling steers and heifers, $7.(0010.00; na
tive calves, (7.75016.60.
Hogs Receipts, 13,700 head; market
lower; lights, $17.25017.50; pig. $16,260
17.00: mixed and butcher (17.OO01T.4O;
good heavy, $17.00017.20; bulk, $17,000
Sheep and Lamb Reoelpt, 400 head;
market steady; lambs, $16.00016.60: ewes,
$16.00017.00; wether, $16.60017.00; can
ners and choppers, $6.(001.(0,
Kansas City IJv Stock.
Kansas City, Mo May 18 Cattle Re-
eelnt. 7 200 head; market steady; prim
fed steers, $17.00017.66; dressed beef steers,
$14.00016.86; western stesrs, IIS.t0OlT.Re;
cows, $8.00014.50: heifers, $10 60015.00:
stockers and feeders, $9.00015.90; bull,
$8.76018.00; calves, $9.00018.00.
Hogs Receipt. 17 000 head; market
lower; bulk, $17.00017.25; heavy, $17,000
17.15; packer ana nuicners, snur.iaiii.su;
light, $17.10018.46; pigs, $16.26017.68.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, s.soo head;
market steady: lambs, (16.00019.26; year
lings, $15.00017.00; wethers $12.00016.26;
Along City Live Stock.
Sioux City, la.. May 16. Cattle Receipts,
2.200 head; market steady; beef stsers,
$12.60017.40; fat cows and heifers, $9,000
14.00; cannon, $7.6008.60; stockers and
feeders, $10.00018.00; calves, $8.00013.00;
bulls, stags, etc., 88.50013.76; feeding cow
and heifers. (7.50 0 10.60.
Hogs Receipts, 9,(00 head; market 16c to
2(o lower; light, (17,00017.16; mixed, 116.95
O17.10; heavy, (16.80016.(6; pigs, $16,600
17.00; bulk, 116. 9017.05.
Sheep and Lambs Receipt, 100 head;
Chicago IJv Stock Market.
Chicago, May 15. Cattls. Receipts, (.000
heed; market steady. Native steers, $10 16
017.70; stockers and feeders, $9.00011.66;
cows and heifers, $6.90014.26; calves, $8.00
Hogs Receipt, 19,000; market, weak, 15
to $0o under yesterday's avsrage; bulk of
sales. $17.10017.40; light,' $16.90017.46;
mixed, $16.90017.40; heavy, $16.90017.25;
rough, $16.90016.16; pigs, $18.76017.86.
Bheep Receipts, 6,000 head; market
steady; sheep, $12.00011.16; lambs, $14.75
St.' Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Msy 16. Cattle Receipts,
2,800 hesd; market higher; steers, $12,000
17.66; cows and heifers, $7.00016.00; calves,
Hogs Receipt 8,000 head; market low
er; top, 117.20; bulk, tl6.1O017.16.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2,700 head;
market lower; lambs, $16.00019.26; ewes,
, Omaha nay Market.'
Receipts light bn both prslrl hsy and
alfalfa. Demand fair td good for the bet
ter grades Medium grades ar moving
Hay Choice upland prairie, 118 00; No.
1. 816.00017.00; No. 2, $10.00018.00; No.
1. 16.0006.00; No. 1 midland prairie, 116.00
016.60; No. 2. tlO.00018.00; No. 1 lowland
prairie. t8.00O10.00; No. .1 $6.0007 00; No.
Alfalfa Choice, $23.00; No. 1. tlt.OOO
21.00; standard, 115.60018.60; No. 1 112.00
O16.00: No. I, $10.00011.60.
Straw Oat, 16.0007.60; wheat, $6.00 O
Minneapolis Minn., May 15. Corn No, t
yellow, (1.(001.70. ,
Oats No. 1 white, 74075c.
New York Cotton Market.
New York, May 15. Cotton closed steady
at a net decline of 47 to (0 potnt
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Trade in Cash Corn Unusually
Light; Oats Unchanged;
Rye Quiet; Barley Off
Omaha. May It, 1(11
A continued light run of grain was re
ported today, with 11 car of wheat. 47
cars of corn, 11 csr ot oats, two ears of
ry and three ears of barley.
Trade In. cash corn was unusually light
during the early hours, but svsntually prac
tically all consignments were disposed of.
Ths demsnd waa very light, especially from
nippers. Sales of this cereal were msde
close around yesterday' figures, the spot
being quoted generally la up to lo off.
Th two grades were slightly higher, while
the Nos. 4 and ( grade sold at a slight
discount. No. 1 whit corn eold at 11.61, and
the No. 1 yellow at (1.(101.61, while the
No. 1 mixed brought 11.(10162.
Oats were sold early and brought un
changed price for the bulk, while the choice
grades commanded an extra premium of
Vic Offerings were exceptionally light and
buyers wers around early In order to get
enough to fill their wants. No. 1 white
sold st 78o and the Ne. 1 white at 77Hc;
stsndard oats brought 77 and the No.
1 grade, . 77 c. No. 4 white and sampls
oals sold at 7(Ho and 74c, respectively.
Rye was quiet, no eales being reported,
while barley sold off several cent, the
No, t grade selling at 11.36.
Clearances, wheat and flour equal to 321,
000 bushels', corn, none: oats, 130,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts wers 168,000
bushels, and shipments 72,000 bushels,
against receipts of 843,000 bushels, and
shipments of 1.196,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts wers 726.000
bushels, and shipments 608,000 bushels,
sgalnst receipts of (66,000 buahsls. and
shipments of 627,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipt were 663.000 bushels,
and shipments 969,000 bushels, sgalnst re
ceipts of 875,000 bushels, and shipments of
862,000 bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 93 91
Minneapolis 77 .. ..
Omaha 21 47 18
Kansas City 10 42 16
St. Louis 8 34 14
Winnipeg 70 .. ..
These sales were reported today:
Corn No. I white: 1 oars, 11.66. No. 4
whits: 1 oars, 11.61; 1 car, $1.60. No. t
whits: 1 cars, 11.(4. No. ( white: 1 oar,
11.30; 1 car 11.10. No. t yellow: I car.
$1.65. No. I ysllowi I ears, $1.(1; 1 car,
$1.11. No. 4 yellow: 1 oar, $1.(0; t car.
(1.61. No. I yellow: 1 oar, $1.(0. Mo. .1
mixed i 1 car, (1.64. No. 1 mixed: 1 car,
$1.63; i oar. (161. No. 4 mixed; 1 car,
(shipper's weights). (1.59: 1 ears. (1.(7.
No. ( mixed: 1 ear, (1.60. No. mixed: 1
car (musty), (1.10. Sample mlxedt 1 car
(II par cent damaged, it per oen$ oats),
Oat No. 1 white: 1 ear. Tie. No. t
whits: 1 ear. 77 We. Standard; 1 car, 77140.
No. I whit: I can, 77c. No. i whit: 1
oar, 76 He Sample white: 1 can, 74o.
Barley No. 1: 1 ear, ti ll. Sample: 1
oar, 11.00. '
Cash Prices Corn No. t white, (168;
No. 4 white, $1.6001(1; No. ( white, (1.64;
No. ( white, (1.30; No. 1 yellow, (166;
No. ( yellow, $1.6101.68; No. 4 yellow. (1.18
01.(0; No I yellow, $1.60; No. 1 mixed,
11.(4; No. ( mixed, tl. 6101.62; No. 4 mixed,
11.(201.(9; No. ( mixed, (1.(0; No. ( mixed,
(0o. Oats: No 1 whits. 77 fee; standard,
7714c: No. 1 white, 77o; No. 4 white, 16Vo;
sample, 74. Barley: No sales.
Chicago closing prices, furnlshsd Th Bee
by Logan ft Bryan, stock and grain brokara,
116 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Artlole Open High Low Close Yest
May 1 VK I 17 1 7 1 t1 117
July 14174142 1 44 141 141 141
May 744074 76 74 71 74,
July t(0 K t(et0 61
May 44 60 41 (0 41 16 41 (t 41 It
July 41 85 43 41 41 It 41 It 48 If
May 14 41 14 75 14 41 14 70 14 IT
July 1440050 14 10 24 TO 14 10 14 71
Msy 11 (6 11 15 21 (6 11 95 21 (T
July 1310010 11 10 11 10 11 11 11 IT
CHICAGO GRAIN AMY PROVISIONS.
Light Receipts of Corn Offset Bearish In
fluence ot Favorable Planting Weather.
Chlcaso. May 15. Lightness ot receipts
Influenced the corn market today, offset
ting the bearish effect of weather favor
able for planting. Th result wa an un
settled close, May (1.17 and July 11.4814.
to 11.41, with the finish as a whole o
off to a Ilk advance, compared witn it
hours before. Oat gained 0 to lUo
net. In provisions th outcome varied from
70 decline to a riss of I7c.
Prevailing warmth and aunshlne pot th
corn market under considerable selling pres
sure during th flnt half of th session.
Decided setback In price resulted, but
enlarged demand tor Immediate delivery
ot corn became manifest In th later trad
It g whan notice wa directed to th faot
that fresh uppll In Chicago today
amounted to only (1 ear. At the same time
gossip waa current that th movement from
rural source would remain (mall until
after planting wa out of th Way. Ensuing
upturns tn value carried th July option
moderately abov yesterday's latest fig
ures, but the gains war not held.
Congestion In May contracts led to ad
vances In all deliveries ot oats, i
Assertions that the government was about
to allot proportionate erden counterbal
anced to some extent weakness which
provision displayed, owing to th official
curb on price to retailers.
w York Coffee) Market.
New York, May 15. There was a Utile
trade selling of scattered liquidation In the
market for coffee future today and after
opening 1 points lowsr, prices sagged slight
ly with th close (hewing a net loss of 4
to ( points. September eased off from 8.41
to 1.3 and December from 8.69 to 3.68,
May, (.10; July, (.10; September, 1.41;
October, 8.47; pecember, 1.(7; January, S.tt;
Spot Coffee Market dull; Rto 7s, 1)
Santos 4s, 10. No sale wars reported In
the cost and freight market. The offerings
rscelved Included Santos Ts snd I at (14
and Rio 7 and 8 at 8 10, London credits.
Braill announces that hereafter In report
ing clearances to th United State th
nam of th steamer and port of destination
will not be mentioned. Th official oables
showed n sdvsnc of 7( rls at Rio, The
Santos spot market wa (0 rels lowsr and
future 26 rels higher to 25 rels lower.
Braslllan. port receipt. 47,000.
New York General Market.
New York, May It. Flour Unsettled ;
springs, $10.75011.26; winters, $10.85011.15;
Corn Spot, steady; kiln dried. No. 1 yel
low. $1.(0; No. 4 yellow, $1.00 e. I. f., Nsw
Oats Spot, Irregular; natural, lt016c.
Hay Quiet; No. 1, nominal; No. 1, (1.(0;
No. I, $1. 10O1. t0; shipping, 90095c,
Hops Quiet; state, medium to cholcs,
1917, I5048o; itia, nominal; Paclflo coast,
1917, 20023c: 1916, 140160.
Provisions Pork, eaay; mess, $51,100
(1.00; family, $66.00066.00; short clear,
$47.00062.00. Lard, weak; middle west,
Tsllow Easy; city special loose, 17c
Rice Firm; fancy head, 901Oo; blue
Dry Goods. I
New York, May It. Th cotton goods
markst here today continued holding It
firm tone with buying keeping about the
sams pscs. Governmental need dominated
th market, both buyers and seller see
ing no chsnce ot a change except an in
tensification of this trend. Print cloths
rocelved some steady demand, but there
was a noticeable tendency to let alone
members wanted by the government. Ship
ping difficulties were given as ths reason.
Sheetings were firm at their former level
with no great activity In evidence. Fine
cottons were unchanged.
Kansas City Grain Market.
Kansas City, May IS. Corn No. 1 tnlxad,
11.(301.(6; No. 1 white, 11.6901.74; No. t
yellow, 11.6301.66; May, $1.27 01.28;
Oats No. 1 white, 78o; No. 1 mixed, 770
London, May 16. Silver Bar, 46 d per
Money At 1 per eent.
Discount Rates Short bill, t per cent;
three months' bills, I 9-16 per cent.
St. Lotila Groin Market.
St. Louis, May It. Corn, No. 1, tl.620
1.(1; No. 1 white, 11.79 01.80; July, tl.4(.
Oat No. 1, T4c; No. 1 white, 77078o;
July, 66 e.
Kansas City Produce.
Ksnsas City, Mo.. May 15. Butter and
Poultry Unchanged. ,
Eggs Flnts, 81a
New York Sugar Marked
New York, May 16. Sugar Raw, steady;
centrifugal. 6.006ci tin granulated. 7.46a.
NEW YORK STOCKS
War Shares Dominate Trading J
Big Gains Made by Baldwin
Locomotive and Midvale
New York, May I (.Greater breadth at, '
tempted today's stock dealings, althougU
the volume of ooeratlona was aiirhtiv tmi
recent large totals. Rail ' rolinoulshed
much of yesterday' prominence and
strsnath after the firaf hnn, ...
shares again dominated the market.
United States Steel had several formidable
rivals In respect to activity and wa far out- f
distanced in strength by Baldwin Loeomo
tlve, which msde an extreme gain of 1
to (7, while Midvale Steel, at an advance et
1. rose to (4. Midvale' rise was ac
companied by reports that th govsrnment ,
i )"? io rreci a plant ror its own use. . ,
Other nntahlv mA
trials Included Colorado Fuel. Great North
ern and Cruelhla. Tdckm... ..J siMi .
Stat steel, thess gaining 1 to ( point.'
Twice durlna th mmIaii TtnitA atmtmm'
Steel was within of the year" maximum
st 111 after persistent offerings that ear-
i iv uown s points, j. n stock Closed at
111, a net gain of 1. I
Pronounced strength was shown at Inter- -vala
by oils. Texss company gaining (.
American Sugar and half a score of utilities, .
foremost of these being Brooklyn Transit.
Interborough preferred, Third Arena Con- '
olldated Qss and People Oa mad extrem
uvsncee oi in io points.
Low-Drlred rails wunmA 4f.n1..J -
resistance than the standard group, coalers.
nuts, isiano, Haven ana Minor
granger, rising 1 to 1 points. -
Another rally In Liberty issues, th 4g
rising to 18.11 and a 3-polnt gain In Tokla
om leaiurea ine strong out narrow bond mar.
i?K.ToUl pr vlu, Wsatsd (I,.
United States bands. aM I..,,.. ...
changed on call.
List ef leadlnc atonies mnA i.tn.1. audi
tion yesterday: Closing .
RaUa irtk T .
Am. Beet Sugar.. 1,600 74 71 71
American Can ....'22,000 41 4 4T
Am. Car A F llsnn im vast uu
Am. Locomotive .. 17,100 69 (( ((
' aim neig.. s.uvo ' 17 (1
Am. Sugar Refining (,000 IK ,114 114
Am. Tel. A Tel.... 1,(00 (( 98 ((.
Am. Zinc L. and fl. 1 ana uu uu
Anaconda Copper ., 11,000 (9 (8 (8
Atonison 1.600 ll it itu
A. G.ftW. I. S. 9). L. 1,401 101 H 101 1(1 '
Bait. A Ohla f snfl sau. uu
Butts snl s. Copper 10.(00 11 n u ,
Cal. Petroleum .... 7,300 11 If 1( '
Canadian Paclflo . 100 141 .141 141
Central Leather .. s.TA sett mtu
Ches. ft Ohio , 3.000 10 ( ((
C. M. ft St. P.
i.soo 4B . 41 . 4 u
Chi. A Northwest.,
10 93 II
C. R. I. A P. atfa. 1 IAA tiu - eu
Ch'lno Copper 7.300 46 44 4(
loio. Fuel A Iron 17,100 41 41 41
torn rroa. Ksrg. 16,900 41 41 43
Cruclhl Mtl 1 s AAA ii u '7
Cuban Cane Sugar t. 600 . 13 11 11
Dlstlllsra' Sscurltlss 19,000 ' 11 tl tt
rl" 00 17 11, 14 t
General Electrlo .. I.OOO 1(1 149 151
General Moton... 1,100 135 114 131
Ot North, pfd .. 1.100 II 11 11
ureal N. Or Ctfs 11,(00 14 11 14
Illinois Csntral Si
Inspiration Copper. 7,100 (4 (4 14
int. M. Marine pfd 17,100 14 91 14
Inter. Nickel l.sna tsu su -
International Paper 11,800 44 44 44
a., m, Boutnern .. s.boo isti is la
Ken. Conner 9 1 no list, ssst as
Lou. A N..ash 11T
Max. Moton ,, jgu,
Max. Petroleum .. 1,(00 11 IT 17
Miami Capper .... 100 19 SI 19
Mo. Paclflo'.,,... 11,000 14 11 14
Mont. Power .... 400 68 (1 ((
Nevada Conner .. I.sna 11 u in at lis .
N. Y. Central 16.100 74 ei nu is
N. Y.. N. H. A H.. 41 ana sail ahu a.
Nor. A Western .. 100 101- 107 10T "
1,200 11 17 IT
. ana a q 14. a m it
Pennsylvania. .... 4,800 45 44 44
niiauurs.l voai 15
Rav Con. f!nniwr. . f 1 4AA UU suet ' sail
Reading 89.000 89 (7 II
Rep. Iron A Steel . 12,100 II 10 11
Shat, Aria. Copper 1,000 16 11 16
South, Paclflo .... (.400 (7 (( l(
Southern Ry 11.300 15 14 15
Stud. Corporation . (,000 40 19 19
lexas wo. ....... lo.iuv 10 151 1((
Union Paclflo ... (,(00 125 125 114
U. S. Ind. Alcohol 1 700 112 111 111
i.. a. rieei . . . . ii.suu 111 ius 111'
U. S. Steel pfd .. 100 110 110 110
Utah Conner n 1.000 tltl 11 u 11 u.
Wabash pfd "B" .1,100 11 14 11
Western Unloi. .. .... 14
West. Electrlo .. 11,800 48 41 41
Total aale for th day,' 1,171,000 ban. , .
New Tork Money.
New York, May It. Meroantll Psoer
Four and six months, I per eent.
Sterling Sixty-day bill (4.71; com
mercial 10-day bill on bank (4.71; com
mercial 10-day bill, 14.71) demanC
$4.75.45; cable, 14.76 7-16,
Franc Demand, (5.71; cable, (6.10.
Guilders Demand, 48 c; cables, 41a,
Lire Demand, $9.01; cables, 19.01. ,
Ruble Demand, 13e; cable, 14c, nonv
lnal. - i ' -
Silver Bar, lto; Mexican dollars, 77.
Bond Government and railroad, firm.
Time Loan Steady, (0 day and ft
days. 6 08 per cent; six month, ( per
cent bid, . .,
Call Money 8trong; high, S per ont;
low, ( per cent; ruling rate, S per centi
closing bid, I per cent; offered at 1 pet
cent; list loan per cent,
Thess rates apply to mixed collateral. .
All Industrial collateral was quoted per
V. ". 2 rsg..
do ooupon .
V. a. 1 reg.
(T Ot N. lit 414 88
(7 L C. ref. 4.... Tl
It I. M. M. la .... (8
II K. C. 8. ref. (.. Tl
V. S. Lib. l.98.ltL. A N. un. 4.. 11
U. S. 4 reg..,10l M., K. A T. lit 4 (4
do ooupon ...105 Mo. Pac. gen. 4. 59
A. F. 8. ( 9T Mont Power 6s. 88
A. T. A T. 0. I (3N. Y. C. deb. I.. 14
Anglo-French .. 12N.. Paclflo 4..., 11
A. A Co. 4 14s ... 86 N. Paclfo Is.... ((
Atchison gsn. 4s. (10. 0. L. ref. 4s 14
a. a u. o. 4s. 80 y. t. a t. ss..,. sih
B. Steel ref. ( II . Pa. con. 4 ... 11
C. Leather I.. (( Pa. gen. 414s ... 10
C. Paclflo 1st.... 80 Reading gen. 4s. 84
C, ft O. e. la,. 838.L.ft8.F. adJJ 61 (5
C, B.ftQ. J. 4.. 83 VS. Paclflo ov. I. 14 ,
CM.ftHt P.0.4s. 74 8. Railway I... 93
C.,R.I.ftP.R,r.4. 66T. A P. 1st .. 14
C. A S. ret. 4 lis 71U. Parlflo 4s.... 11 .
D. A R. O. ref. 6s (6U. B. Rubber 5s. (0
D. of C. 5 1981. II U. S. Steel 5s.. 11
Erie gen. 4s...... 64 Wabash 1st ..,14 ,
Gen. Eleo. is.. !7F. Govt. t(... 98 -
New York, May ; 15. Metal exchang
quote lead firm; spot, (7.0007.12) spel
ter, easier; East Bt, Louis delivery, spot,
At LonJun: Spot copper and future, UJ .
electrolytic, 1126; spot tin, 307; futures,
367; lead, spot, 39 10; future, 28 10;
spelter, 'spot, 54; futures, 60.
Illinois Central R.R.C0.
1 Gold EqupmcnU ,
Du Msy 1 and Nor. 1, 111! to 1137
J: t( Mt Ann
Nsuiaiauuuig, p , u t v v v
Secured by first lien on
standard equipment cost
ing $7,500,000, or over 369
in excess of this issue.
Writ for Special Deseriptlv ,
Ctrruptnint Offlctl to H Chtirt .
Chief o 137 So. La Salle) St.
Boiult-Shorl Term Wetes-A1 roramsici 11
$25 A Month Grows
Bend tor chart showing bow 126 a month ts, '
vested in N. Y. Stock . Exchange See art tie
grew to S3.11S.S6. Larger or smallsr month 1
savings produce similar profitable return.
KRIEBEL 4 CO.,Ine.tmt Bank
137 South La SaU Street, ChlcaMs
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