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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
.'bp? WAITED. -
fTomtn to learn prcsslnc and finishing,
U. per week to start; also experienced
WANTED BY BURGESS
Women for display
. Girl to work In daylight factory.
SKINNER MFG. CO.,
14th and Jackson.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
Salesladies steady work, commission
and salary. Position worth 12 $7 per day
to canvasa for old established house. Sea
Mr. Fowler, Edwards Hotel.
Household and Domestic.
jENERAL housework In amall family
grown people. To girl wishing to co
operate and have permanent position
wages worth Inquiring about. Expert
enced girl or with from one year's ex
perlence up. Harney 4355
COMPETENT cook, small family; no laun
dry; good wages; reference required.
' Fbone Harney 393. Residence, 3722
WANTED Girl for general houaework, 3
In family wagea $8 per week. Mrs. C.
R. Sherman, 131 N. 38th Ave. Phone
WILLING girl for general houaework, ex
. perlence unnecessary. Telephone Harney
4968. - 114 South Thirty-fifth avenue.
MAID or middle-aged woman for general
housework; good wages and permanent
home to right party. Harney zoo.
WANTED An experienced girl for general
" housekeeping, $10 per week. Mrs. Arthur
Oulou. Telephone Harney 862.
WHITE girl, to aasist with housework and
care of child, amall house and laundress
v kept Colfax 2116,
WHITE GIRL for general housework, no
waahlng, good wages. Mrs. Clarke Pow-
ell. Walnut 82.
CAPABLE girl for general housework In
small family; grown people, 604 3. 86th
St. Harney 4358.
GIRL or womau for general housework, no
laundry work, wages $10 per week. Phone
U'lUTEin nirl fni ironAral houaework
good home and good wages. Telephone
WANTED Girl to assist with general
housework. Every convenience. Phone
WANTED A competent second girl. 610 N.
48th St Mrs. George A. Hoagland. TeL
WANTED Woman for general housework;
go home evenings; no Sunday work. Call
WANTED A girl for housework; with or
without washing and cooking. Walnut
COMPETENT white woman cook wanted.
Douglas County Hospital. Call Harney 663.
COMPETENT COOK or housemaid. Mrs. F.
1 B. Kennsrd. Walnut 2419.
WANTED White nurse maid. Mrs. Clarke
Powell. Walnut 82.
WANTED LADY COOK, WHITE.
APPLY AT ONCE; GOOD PLACE.
GOOD WAGES TO RIGHT
W. W. HOCKENBERRY,
PHONE NO. 60.
Male and Female.
Both men and women.
OMAHA government clerk examinations
May 25th. Thousands wanted Immediately;
$100 month. Sample questions free.
Franklin Institute, Dept 232 E. Rochester,
N. Y. -
WANTED Men, ladles and boys, learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St Trl-City Barber College.
Phone D. 3147.
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade. Call
or write for free catalogue, 110 8. 14th
8t. Omaha. Neb
PRESS feeder wanted, boy or girl. Good
wages to right party. Apply at once.
Yaffe Printing Co., 512 S. 16th.
WANTED Maids, housemen, porters and
' kitchen help; high wages paid. Apply
at the Henshaw.
Every day Is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalogue free.
Doug-la 1566. 18th and Harney 8ts.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
120 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
NEW -r., with 2 built-in Milton beds, small
. dressing room, built-in chiffonier; very
choice; wall safes; alee, light rooms; close
In; no car fare; oak finish; excellent Jani
tor service; renting for $35 summer and
$40 winter. '
HASTINGS A HEYDEN. 1614 Harney,
AN apaitmen extraordinary, 3 rooms and
bath, big closet room. FURNISHED
COMPLETE In every detail. In high-class
apartment bonding; walking distance from
downtown; janitor aervlce, water, heat,
etc, furnished, $42.50 per month Call
DUNDEE The lower floor, or kitchenette,
upstairs, desirable. Walnut 1252. Phone
mornings or evenings.
LEAVENWORTH, 2925 Modern 2 nd I
room furnished apartments. Har. 8095.
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
If you fall to find the room yon
desire among these ads call at The
Bee office for a Room List Gives
complete description of vacant rooms In
all parts of the city. New lists Issued
TWO nicely furnished rooms, with an east
, front Prices reasonable.
712 8. 17th Ave,
LOVELY iro..i room, in private family;
traveling man preferred. 105 Park ave.
Phono Harney 6407.
DESIRABLT furnished cool front room for
gentleman.,- Home privileges. ' Modern.
"JlODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine, 101 North 17th St Beaton
& 18TH ST.. 72$. modern sleeping room
telephone, ateam heat 11.60 and $100
LARGE, clean front room, nicely furnished,
modern. Cheap. Walking distance, 3ed
PARLOR floor, all covenlencea, walking die-
SUITE of three rooms with water; also
single room. -Phone Harney 8880.
FURNISHED ROOMS 161$ Dorcas St
GRAYSTONE. 26th and Cass, nicely fur
nished rooms. Dourlsa 7994.
131 NORTH 31st ave., pleasant south room
m private lamiiy.
FOUR large, pleasant completely furnished
rooms. A regular home, but in flat. Also
suite or two or three for light nousexeep'
ing. Walking distance. 3680 Harney St
VERY CLEAN and nicely furnished house
. keeping rooms near Leavenworth and
Farnam cara and the boulevard. Private
home. Reasonable. Harney 6205.
room suite with sleeping porch. Private
I ' - - n - O.
nomB, aiso gnrage. avae uavenpuri 01.
BOOM with kitchenette In modern home
on car line; washing privileges. Price rea
sonable. 1520 S. 24th St DOUg. Tti5.
SLEEPING and light housekeeping rooms,
reasonable. 818 North 17th St., south
west corner of 17th and Cuming Sts.
ENTIRE upstairs residence. Three large
rooms and bath; modern, except h at
$12. 2511 Corby St Webster 6755.
ONE room for light housekeeping, suitable
for couple that both work, $3.00 per week.
2224 Chicago St. Tyler 1885-W.
LARGE beautifully furnished three-room
suite with sleeping porch, also garage, no
children. 3026 Davenport.
2578 HARNEY, large front room, kitch
enette, gas range, running water. Children
HOWARD ST., 2215. Large, cool, clean
housekeeping rooms, range, close In. Rent
TWO ROOMS with kitchenette to respecta
ble party, 2210 Farnam. Douglas 3767,
THREE, four or five modern housekeeping
rooms. References. Walnut 2181.
2628 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, $2 week; also apartments with
kitchenettes, Ogden hotel. Co. Bluffs.
THREE unfurnished rooms, $9 a month
2676 Pierce St. Call Harney 7003.
FOR RENT HOUSES
8 ROOMS, suitable for rooming house, 2037
Harney St., $40.
J. H. DUMONT A CO..
418 Keeltne Bldg. Phone Doug. 690,
MODERN 10-roora residence; keys on
premises, 2601 Capitol avenue. Telephone
PARTIES having houses for rent or sale In
th neighborhood of a Basket Store will
do well to mention this advantage to the
prospective renter or buyer. ,
FIVE rooms and bath, south front, near
car, desirable neighborhood, recently
decorated; special price to nice couple.
Phone Webster 8779.
THREE-ROOM house, city water and gas;
colored; $9 per month. 2629 Wirt St.
(rear). Web. 4396.
6-ROOM HOUSE 1613 Dorcas St
1816 Corby St., 7-r., part mod. house $17.60
2013 Grace St., 8-r. mod. house 20.00
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO..
205 South 18th Street. Douglas T22.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE) CITY.
CREIGH SONS A CO., BEE BLDG.
1142 SOUTH 32D, 7 room $30
209 South 36th, 9 rooms, garage. ... .,.$45
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler T2.
GARDEN, 4110 N. 38th, 5 rooms $12.60
Flat, 2305 Leavenworth, 5 rooms.. 20.00
JOHN N. FRENZER DOUGLAS 654.
Shopen A Co.. Rotala Douglas 4228.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
THE CORONADO APARTMENTS
22D & CAPITOL AVENUE
2-room apartment, with $-room accom
modations. Built-in 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.
424 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 746.
BEAUTIFUL 7-room apartment In one of
Omaha s most exclusive apartment houses,
$90 per month.
J. H. DUMONT CO., Realtors,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug. 690.
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers during summer; best location, 24th
and Farnam. Prices reasonable. Call D.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists In Apartment management
4-ROOM , unfurnished apartment, Angelua
No. 40. Call Harney 6728.
ONE pleasant four-room ground floor
apartment; also four-room apartment on
upper floor. Telephone Webster 832 and
4-ROOM and. sun room, new, modern corner.
Apt. 80; vacant June 1; Apt. 3, Maple
Court. 1815 Maple St. Red 682.
MODERN, Estabrook Apts., near Postoffice,
822. tl. P, Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
MODERN 6-room flat 2819 Woolworth Ave.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
39,000 sg. ft. of floor space In the Amer
ican Hand-Sewed Shoe Co. Bldg., N. W.
corner 12th and Harney Sts.; hydraulic
elevator; steam heat and sprinkler sys
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
6TORE FOR RENT loth and Douglas, 20x
eo, steam heat, rent $116 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.
LET US SHOW YOU why you should office
in The Bee Bid. Keystone Investment Co.
Garages and Barns.
GARAGE FOR RENT 2008 Binney.
WANTED TO RENT
MODERN five-room house, furnished, good
locality. Box 7447. Bee.
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.
8eparate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 8. 16th. Douglas 4163.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4388.
OMAN A F.YPRF.RS P.fi
uinuj moving Tana; carerui men. ro-1
WW SOCA, itprftc 1UI UOiaao, BjllLU
MOVING AND STORAGE
Phone Douglas $8$ for complete
Hat of vacant houses and apart
ments. Alio for storgae, moving.
lth and Jackson Sts.
J C REED Ep" co..
U. J. SXEjEjU P.cllnir
1107 Farnam St. Web. 2748
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
BEMIS PARK DISTRICT
This is a good 2-story. l-room, mod.
em house, in first-class condition hav
ing living room, dining room, kitchen,
pantry and lee box room first floor. 1
large bed rooms and bath 2d floor.
Paved street and ornamental lighting
aystem throughout the district This
Is 1314 N. 36th St.. and la priced low for
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
BEAUTIFUL NEW. 6-R., MILLER PARK
PAVED STS. ; PRETTY LIGHTING
Five large rooms, first floor; 1 on I,
2800 flown Prl,.. tl .nA. t.c u..
Close to street car, schools, churches and
park and club houses; beautiful oak floor
and finish; ex. fine basement; best fur
nace and plumbing; ex. large screned-in
porch: must see to appreciate. Call Ty
ler b. Evening. Colfax 1788.
OSBORNE R E rn
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg,
Beautiful New 6-R. Sturrn Home
Strictly Modern, Built By Day Labor
Close University of Omaha and Parks
rnce 4,oo. $2,000 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; aouth front; strictly
nign grade nome and location. Call
OSBORNE, 701 Omaha Nat. Bank.
ON FLORENCE BOULEVARD.
Fine seml-bunitalow, 7 rooms, strictly
modern, oak finish, bath on 1st floor and
lavatory and shower 2d floor; cement
driveway and walks: lot 45x465. Price
$6,260. Good terms.
P. J. TEBBENS (Realtor),
60S Omaha Nat'l. Bank. Phone D. 2188.
OWNER LEAVING CITY.
iNEW 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. juoceiea, 4307 cinio St call Col
AN almost new 4.room and bath home.
racing city park, has guaranteed fur
nace and electrlo light; can be bought
today for $3 260; very easy terms to re
liable party..' For appointment call
For only $2,200; lot 53x122, with gar
age and barn. Nice .place. Near 22d and
W H GATES
647 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1294.
WE SELL, Rent Insure and make Loans
on City property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
lth 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. G. P,
Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
MINNB LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
SIX ROOMS, STRICTLY MOD..
HANSCOM PARK DIST.,
$1 000 DOWN) PR., $3,600; $30 MO.
Has large lot, paved sts., shade; a choice
location; not now, but In good condition,
4 rooms and bath down; 2 nice large
bed rooms up. Call Tyler 496.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
DANDY bungalow, 6-r., oak finish and up-
to-date In every way; screened porch;
beautiful east front lot 49x133. fenced;
paved street, 2 blocks to West Side Park
car: only $3,760. CaBh or terms.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
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 A Norrls, 104 N.
15th St., Phone Douglas 4270.
DANDY S-R. COTTAGE, S. FRONT
bUUTH OF HANSCOM PARK.
$300 down, price $1,750, $18 month; 6
nice rooms on one floor. For details, call
FIELD CLUB district, 7-r., modern house.
garage, lot, 70x166, price. $4,260. G. A.
Grlmmel, Phone Doug. 1618.
2JD AND CASS STS.
Two 6-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; size lot, 66x88.
Owner moving to California.
1(0 Bee Bldg.
New, 8-room stuooo; oak finish: nicely
decorated; fine location; near car line.
Price, 34,000. Terms. $600 cash, balance
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
643 Paxton Blk.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
PORTER A 8HOTWELL,
202 S. 17th 8t Douglas 5018.
HOMES AND HOMRSITBia
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
587 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
' W. FARNAM SMITH A CO..
Real Estat and Insurance.
1820 Farnam 8t Dong. 1084.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FOR SALE. .
$20,000 equity In Improved half section
land adjoining the town of Emmetsburg,
Talo Alto county, Iowa; will take good,
clear residence up to $4,000 value In
Omaha, Council Bluffs or Des Moines as
part pay. Address LotU Box 145, Council
FINE Iowa stock and grain farm for clear
Canada land. Owners answer with full
description and price. W. 3. 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 $u00 equity In high class Dun
dee lot for auto. Box 7440. Bee.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$1 DOWN, $1 A WEEK.
PAYNB A SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
LEVEL HALF-ACRE '
12 Block Car and Paved
This Is In north part of city. Lot lays
fine and best of soU. Several high class
homes across street. East front Price
$650. Can show you a fine 2 -acre tract
nearby, on terms. Call Tyler 60 and ask
for Mr. Manvllle.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 HARNEY ST.
6-R. NEARLY new, all mod., oak finish
Benson home, lot 65x142, only $2,250;
about $200 cash, bal. to suit
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
This fine comer now offered for sale;
ground 100x135. An exceptionally well
built 8-room, thoroughly modern home.
Quarter-sawed oak finish; vapor heat
ing system; garage for two cars; paving
all paid. See us for price and full par
ticulars. GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 819-20 City National.
HIGH and sightly Dundee lots, $876 to
$1,150. Easy terms. Loan arranged? for
building purposes. Pbsne ft 6074, Shuler
je&. " "" " -
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
ACRES HALF ACRES.
In Caldwell's Acres, Omaha's newest
acreage, subdivision located southwest of
Field club. Prices low. Terms eaay. Call
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 297. 211 S. 17th.
REAL ESTATE B'new Pr'pty
WD WILL buy your home or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO,
Electrlo Bldg. Tyler 86.
BUSINESS property and Investment.
A. P. TUKEY and SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
Income. Business and Trackage Specialist
15th and Dodge 8tc Douglas lt
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has $ five-room houses, one T
room, modern house, one 3 -room modern
house and t modern store buildings; all
well rented, on paved streets, cloee to
oar lines In Omaha; also $20,000 first
mortgages; prices are right and property
In first class condition.
S. S. & R, E. MONTGOMERY.
218 City National Bank Building
WB HAVE aeveral good reliable buyers for
i and f-room bouses ana Bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 48. 701 Om. Nat Dank Bldg,
LIST your property with ,
JOHN J. MULVIHILL,
300 Brandels Theater Bldg. Phone D. II
WANTED Modern flat value $30,000 to
$40,000. Address P. O. Box 473, Onawa, la.
MEET me at F D. Weed's Office
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. 8. FRANK, 101 NEVILLE BLK
COLORADO offere great opportunltlea 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 C Tallmadge, Colonisation Agent
Kana-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 8ALE Cheapest farm lands In Amer
lea; come and see. 3. 0. Penny, Fort Scott
40, 80 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVY
soil; well settled part of Todd oounty,
Minn.; good roads, schools and churches,
Prloe $16 to $22.60 per acre; terms $1 an
acre cash, balance $1 an acre a year;
6,000 acres to select from. To aotual set
tiers who Will put up buildings and Improve
land we will give deed and take mort
gage back for full purchase prloe for 6 or
10 years, 6 per cent Interest. Scbwab Bros.,
1028 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
58 ACRES Irrigated land, Lincoln county;
ncn riatte valley land; all under lrriga
tlon; 8-room house, barn, etc; I acres of
alfalfa. Price $100 per acre; $4,000 cash
required. Immediate possession. White A
Hoover, 454 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches in good Old Dawes County.
Aran L. Hungerford. Crawford, Neb.
RANCHES OI all sizes and kinds, eaay
terms. A A. Patsman. 801 Karbach Blk.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARB SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prices write Deo. Antill. Blair. Neb.
CHOICE FARMS. Nllsson. 422 Rose Bldg.
640 ACRES. Improved; price, $16 acre; ex
change for Omaha, K. C. or cheap Mo.
land; also herd of good horses to trade.
What have youT Albert E. Pattee, Upton,
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a..
Including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi C. M. Rylander. 864 Omaha Nat'l
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to keep t.
' E. P. SNOWDEN SON.
423 8. 15th. Douglas (271.
V ANTED 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.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
100 WHITE LEGHORN laying hens, $1.60
each. Seven cockerels, $2 each. Chicks,
all ages, 15o each and up. Hatching
eggs, $4 per hundred, from good laying
atraln. Gradman's Egg Factory. Flor
2,000 day-old chicks. Rocks, Reds, Orping
tons, Leghorns.- Web. 1708. 2212 Charles.
BUFF ORPHINGTON eggs.
Thoroughbred. Red 6475.
RHODE ISLAND RED eggs for setting. $11
Burt. Harney 2889.
POUTER PIGEONS, $1.60 per pair.
South 60th St.
SNOW WHITE Rock egga for hatching.
YOUNG laying and setting hens,
Horses Live Stock Vehicle!
FOR SALE 10 Holsteln cows and heifers.
Apply F. C. Bliss, 264 Exchange Bldg.,
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security,
$40, 6 mo., H. goods, total, $3.60.
Smaller, larger am'ta. proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
433 Securities Bldg., 16th. Farnam. Ty. 866.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
1 Of SMALLER LOANS. OCT
J- O W. C. FLATAU EST. 1891. O
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TY. 50.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock. 1514 Dodge P. 6619. Est. 1891.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WE want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE, INC,
638-40 Keellne Bldg.
DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar start an account.
OMAHA LOAN A BLDG. ASSOCIATION.
512 PAUL PETERSON,
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDQ.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National BanK Biag.
OMAHA HOMES EAS-F NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. JT1I.
CITY AND FARM LOANS. .
6, 6 and 6 Per Cent
3. H. DUMONT CO., Keellne Bldg.
K1 CI MONEY
OV9 JO HARISON A MORTON,
lit Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Weeds Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN A COMPANY. Douglas 432$.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERG. $12 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 685.
New York, May 16. Evaporated Apples
Market dull; California, 14U015c; stats,
Prunes Firm; California, 814?4e; Ore
Apricots Quiet; choice, 1714c; extra
choice, 18c; fancy, 11020c.
Peachee Quiet; standard, lHjffllHic;
fancy, 13 K 14c
Raisins Steady; loose muscatels, HO
!c; choice to fancy, seeded, lOHOUe;
seedless, IHQUo; London layers, $3.
New York Cotton.
' New York, May 11. Cotton closed Irreg
ular at a net advance of 25 to 61 points.
New York, May 16. Cotton futures
opened steady; July, 25.10c; October, 24.40c;
December. 24.24c; January. 14.17e.
Cotton futures closed steady; May, 25.10c;
July, 28.62c; October, 24.64c; December,
24.40c; January. 24.850.
Spot Cotton Manet steaay; miaanng.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
CatUa Prices Strong; Hogs Sell
on Basis of 6 Cents Lower;
Sheep Trade Slug,
Omaha, May 16, 1911,
Official Monday ...
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... 6,721 9.308 1.151
... T.744 13,819 1.146
.. (.100 8.837 6.738
.. 6,000 7,600 3.400
Four days this wk... 16.865 38,629 21,431
Same days last week.. 13,026 (5,235 14,881
Same daya 1 vrks. ago. 28,294 69,063 25,881
Same days 1 wks. ago. 85,176 63.513 13,151
Same days year ago... 17,808 10,780 19,34$
Receipts and disposition of live alock at
the Union Stock yarda, Omaha. Neb., for
24 hours ending at 1 o'clock p. m.. May
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r'a.
I.. M, at J......
C. A N. W., east.,..
C. A N. W., west....
C, S. r., M. 4 O...
C, B. A Q.. east....
C, B. A Q., west....
C, R. I. & P., east..
C, R. I. A P., west..
Illinois Central .....
, 1 1
46 31 $
, 18 30
1 11 I
1 .. .. ..
201 101 10 1
Chicago Ot West,.
Total receipts ....
Cattle.. Hogs. Sheep.
Morrla A Co.., 641
Swift A Co 1.647
Cudahy Packing Co 1,225
Armour A Co 1.145
Schwarts A Co
J. W. Murdhy
Lincoln Paoklng Co 69
South Omaha Pack. Co., 10
St Clair Parking Co 8
Benton, Vansant A Lush.. 20
F. B. Lewis 128
J. B. Root A Co 9
F. G. Kellogg 186
Sullvan Bros. 83
Rothahlld A Kerbs 25
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co 8
Huffman , 6
Meyers , 28
Banner Bros t
John Harvey , 181
Jensen A Lungren ...... 29
Other buyers 284
.1,604 7,168 1.616
Cattle Receipts today were 8,000 head of
cattle or 198 loads, making 16.368 head for
tne weeK, ae compared with 33.000 a week
ago and 27,808 head the corresponding week
year ago. Trading opened generally ac
tive and prices were strong with yester
day's general market, there being several
aroves or good to choice handy welaht
steers at 117.60 ana a general run of med
ium to good steers, averaging from 1,100
to 1,300 pounds, ranging from $16,75 to
u.zb. ana from that on down for the com,
mon to fair and warmed up grades. For the
weak steers are 15o to 25o higher on the
choice and anywhere up to 60o advance
was shown on the medium to good kind.
Yearlings are unevenly higher foe the week.
advances ranging from 60c to $1.00. Butcher
stocK was generally strong today, showing
an advance or zeo to 40a for the week, and
selling from $11.60 to $13.60, and from
that on down. Feeders stock was In very
snort supply, nut prices were generally
strong, although tnere is no demand from
the country on account ot extreme short
age of pasture.
Quotations on cattle! Good to choice
beeves, $17.26017.76: fair to aood beeves.
$16.25017.00; common to fair beeves, $11.75
O16.00; good to choice year In ri. 114.2642
16.60; fair to good yearlings, $11.00013.75;
common to lair yearlings, I9.60liilo.60
good to choice heifers, $13.000116.00; good
to cnolce cows. 812.00014.00: fair to road
cows, $9.7512.00; common to fair cows.
iv.ouniiu.vo; prime feeders. 113,00018.00:
good to choice feeders, $10.26011.76; fair
to good feeders, $9.0010.00; common to
fair feeders, $7,6008.60; good to choice
Blockers, $10.00012.00; stock heifers, $8.(0
10.60; stock cows, $7.60010.00; stock
calves, $8.50Q11.60; veal calves. $9,000
13.00; bulls, stags, etc., $10.00 13,00.
Hogs There were 107 loads of hntra on
he market this morning, estimated at 7.600
head. Shippers were not nearly as active
buyers today as yesterday and bid around
6o lower for their hogs, sales finally being
on this basis. Packers purchased tha bulk
or the supplies today, paying about steady
prices. The market, while opening a lit
tle weak, gained strength as It advanced,
losing fully steady. The bulk of the sales
went at $16.10017.00, and top of $17.16 be
ing paid for a part of a load.
Sheep Receipts of sheep today were 10
carloads, estimated at 1,400 head. Despite
tha small supply It was a very sluggish
market, nobhlng whatever being sold up to
the time of writing this report. The market
la generally steady.
Quotations on Sheep Good to choice
lambs, 1 0.25 S 19.76 ; fair to choice lambs,
17.60O18.00; fair to choice yearlings, $16.00
917.60; fair to choice wethers, $14,600
6.50; fair to choice ewes, $12.00013.00;
feeder lambs, $17.60011.00; spring lambs,
Representative sales: ,
1 wool lamb...
314 clip lambs ,.
208 clip lambs..,
239 clip lambs...
fit. Louts IJve Stock Market.
St. Louis May 16. Cattle Receipts, 11,00
head: market steady; native beef steers,
11.50017.60; yearling steers and heifers,
$9.60016.60; cows, $7.60012.60; stockera and
feeders, $8.50012.00; fair to prime aouthern
beef steers, 810.00016.50; beef cows end
heifers, $6.00018.60; southern yearling
steers and heifers, $7. 60 10.00; native
calves, $7.75 15. 60.
Hogs Receipts, 6,700 head; market, low
er; light, $17.16017. 30; pigs, $16.2616.75;
mixed and butchers, $16.90017.26; good
heavy, $16.9017.10; bulk of sales, $16.90
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,200 head;
market, steady; lambs, $16.00016.60; ewes,
$16.0017.00; wethers, $16.60017.00; can-
ners and choppers, $6.609.50.
Kansas City Live Stock,
Kansas City, May 16. Cattle. Receipts,
,000 head; market strong. Prime fed steers,
$17.00017.76; dressed beef steers, $16.60
16.76; western steers, $15.00017.75; cows,
$8.00016.00; heifers. $10.0015.26; Blockers
and feeders, $9.60015.90; bulls, $10.00
18.00; calves, I8.0013.00.
Hogs Receipts, 8,600 head. Market
steady. Bulk ot sales, $17.10017.25; havy,
$17.1017.16; packers and butchers, $17.06
017.26; light $17.10317.26; pigs, $17.60
Sheep Receipts, 1,100 head; market
steady. Lamba, $16.50016.26; yearlings,
$14.00017.00; wethers, $18.00011,26; ewes,
Chicago live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 18. Cattle Receipts, 11,000
bead; market firm; native steers, $10.26
10.76; stockers and feeders $9.0013.00;
cows and lights, $7.00 14.40; calvea, $$.00
Hogs Receipts, 20,000 head; market,
strong, 16o above yesterday's average; bulk
of sales $17.30017.65; light $17.10017.66;
mixed, $17.00017.60; heavy, $16.00017.46;
rough, $16.10016.66: pigs. $14.25017.45.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 12,000 head;
market, firm; sheep, $12.00014.16; lambs.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City. May 16. Cattle Receipts, 1.
200 head); market steady; beef steers, $12.00
017.60; rat cows ana neners, hjiwh.h;
cannsrs, $7,2608.60; stockera and feeders,
$9.00012.26; calves, $S. 00018. 00; bulls,
stags, etc., $S. 50012. 50; feeding cows and
Hogs Receipts. 6.600 head; market
steady; light $17.0617.16; mixed, $16.(0
17.06; heavy, $16.80016.96; pigs, $15.00
17.00; hulk of sales. $16,90017.06.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 600 head;
Minneapolis. Minn.. May 16. Corn. No. t
yellow, $1.6001.70. '
Oats No. $ white, 74076c.
Flax 11.9103 (6.
Bran $26.150 33.25.
Kansas City Grain.
Kanaas City, Mo., May 16. Corn No. 1
mixed, $1.6401.68; No. 2 white, $1.70
1.75; No. 1 yellow, $1.(41.67; May, $1.28;
Oats No. 2 white, 7SKc; No. 1 mixed,
77 78c. .
St Louis Grain.
St. Louis, Mo., May 16. Corn. No. t,
$1.66; No. 2 white, $1.8001.82; July, $1.44.
Oats No. 1, 74c; No. 8 white, 77 W
78c; July, 65c.
' Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, May 16. Butter Creamery,
39c; firsts, 37c; seconds. 16c; packing, 2 Sc.
Eggs Firsts, 31c.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Early Cleanup of Cash Corn
Oats Make Slight Advance;
Rye is 5 Cents
Omaha. May 1$, 1111.
Light receipts and an actlva demand for
both corn and oats characterised the spot
market today. Arrivals of wheat were
oars; corn, 1 cars; oats, 17 cars, and rye 1
Considerable activity was displayed for
cash grain and reaulted with an early clean
up of all offerings. Corn showed a much
stronger tendency, the bulk, particularly of
tne white and yellow corn, sola at an ad
vance of 1 and 1 cents, while the mixed
clasaes aold off H cent No. 1 white oorn
sold at $1.65 and $1.67 and the No. 1 yel
low at $1.61 and $1.61. No. I mixed ranged
from $1.68 to IU1U.
Oats made a rraotlonal advance, selling up
generally H cent and Vt cent, the Nos.
and 4 grades bringing a half cent more
than they did yesterday. No. 1 white sold
at 78 cents and the standard grade at 77 H
cents. No. 1 white oats brought 77 H eente
and the No. 4 white 77 cents, A part car
or sample, grade oats went at T4U cents.
Rye waa lower, aales showing a discount
of 6 cents a bushel from Tuesday's sales,
the No. I grade bringing $1.88. No receipts
01 naney were reported.
Clearancea were, wheat and flour equal to
23,000 bushels; corn, none; oats 1(4,001
Primary wheat receipts were 101.001
bushels, and shipments 61,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,034,000 bushels, and
shipments of 1,181,000 bushels last year.
primary corn receipts were (39,000 bushels,
and ahlpmenta (95,000 bushels, against re
ceipts of 677,000 bushels, and shipments of
475.000 bushels last year,
Primary oata receipts were 743.000 bushels,
and ahlpmenta 110,000 bushels, against re
eelpts ot 747,000 bushels, and shipments ot
1,421,900 ousneis laat year.
Chicago 1 (l
Minneapolis 133 ...
Omaha ,, ( 39
Kansas City ( 37
St. Loula 8 23
Winnipeg , 46 ...
These sales were reported today:
Corn No. 1 white, 1 car. 11.69: No. t
white. I cars. 11.67: I cars. $1.66: 1 $-(
cars, (1.66; No. 4 white. 1 oars, $1.81: No.
( white, 1 car, $1.68; 46 ears, $1.(4; No. 1
yenow, i oar, ll.ei; no. I yellow, I car,
$1.(6; No. $ yellow, 1 ear. $1.6$; 1 ear,
11. 8; 1 cars. $1.(3: no. 4 yellow. 1 ear.
li.6; no. 1 yellow, l car, $1.(1; 1-1 and
car, 11.(0; 1 oar, (1.45: sample yellow, 1
car, $1.06 1 car, $1.00) No. 1 mixed, 1 care,
ll.go; NO. 8 mlxea, 1 car, (1.61H! 1 car.
i.6i; 1 car, (l.os; no. mixed, 1 ears.
31.37: K car, (1.20: sample mixed. 1 car.
$1.11; 1 car, $1.10; 1 car, $1.00; I ear. Mo;
2- car. 80c
Ota No. 1 white, 1 oar, 78c; standard, 1-$
car, 77Hc; No. 1 whits, 4 oars, 77Ho; No.
4 white, I cars, 77o; sampl white, l-( car,
74Ho; oata and barley, 1-1 cars, 74o.
Rye No. 1. U car. $1.81,
Wheat No. 1 northern spring, 1 car,
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. I white,
$1.69; No. I white $1.6601.67; No. 4 white,
$1.61; No. ( white, $1.6401.66; No. I yel
low, $1.66; No. I yellow, $1.6101.11: No.
4 yellow, $1.66; No. ( yellow, f 1.4(01.61;
Sample yellow, $1.0001.06; No. 1 mixed,
$1.65; No. 8 mixed. $1.68 0 1 61Hi No.
mixed, $1.2001.37; sample mixed, I0c$1.1l.
Oats: No. I white, 78c; atandard 77Ho;
No. 1 white, 77Hc; No. 6 white, 77; sample,
Barley: No sales,
Rye: $1.81. I '
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
316 South Sixteenth street Omaha:
Article) Open High Low Close Yeat
Corn. I I II I
May 1 17 '4 1 17 tl H7K 1 17 1178$
July 1 48 1 44 141 1 41 141
May 76 4H76 76 76 76 T6
July 67066 67 66 650 66
May 41 65 41 (8 41 18 41 11 41 SI
July 41 II 41 40 41 15 41 II 41 II
May 14 75 14 11 24 76 14 It 24 81
July 14 10 35 06 24 12 14 17 24 10
May .". 1 78 21 111
July 23 3i I 18 41 22 10 II 80 28 10
CHICAC.O GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Peace Talk In Commons Lead to Rapid
Decline of Value on Board.
Chicago, May 16. Speeches In the British
House ot Commons relative to peace terms
led today to a rapid decline of values on
the Board cf Trade here. Bearlah affect
were shown both In grain and provisions.
Corn closed nervous at the same a yester
day's finish to lo lower, with May $1.17
and July, $1.41 to $1.41. Oats finished
unchanged to lo down, and provisions oft
16o to $1.00.
Until midday, when London report or
peac discussion In parllamsnt began to
absorb notice, the corn market bad en
ruled by the bulla, notwithstanding the fact
that a peace debate would take place was
well known befor hand. Th temporary
strength .which thus prevailed aeemed du
In the main to lightness of receipts, out wss
also more or less the outcome of Iowa re
ports that seeded acreage In some counties
had been reduced. An over-bought condi
tion ot the market evidently reaulted, for
as soon as announcement of Foreign Min
ister Bslfour had been made publlo that
Great Britain was prepared to consider
straightforward peace proposals, all other
market factors were lost sight of and th
close was at the bottom figure of th day.
Oats merely paralleled the action ot oorn.
Provisions weakened In sympathy . with
Chicago, May 1. nutter uncnangra.
Rirrs Hlaher: receipts, 18,811 cssea;
firsts. 82038c: ordinary firsts, $081ei
at mark, cases Included, 31 838.
Potatees Higher; receipts, 11 cars; Wis
consin, Michigan and Minnesota, .uoio
1.10: Wisconsin, Michigan .ana Minnesota,
Poultry Alive, miner; lowie, oo.
roosters, II o.
.New York General Market.
v York. Miv 1 (.Flour Unsettled ;
springs, $10.75011.28; winters, $10.8611.1(;
r-nm -Rnnt. stead v: kiln dried. No. I yel.
low. $1.80; No. i yellow, $1.00 0. I. f.. New
York. . .j
Oata Spot, Irregular; natural, 88wo.
Hay Quint; No. 1, nominal; No. 1, $1.60;
No. 3, $1. 2001.30; shipping, 90095c.
Hops Quiet; state, medium to choice,
1917, 160 48c; 1918, nominal; Paclflo eoaat
1917, 1023c; 1816, 14016c.
Provisions Pork, essy; mess, $52.10
68.00; family, 166.0066.00; short dear,
$47.00062.00. Lard, weak; middle weat
$24.65024.75. . '
Tallow Easy; city special loose, 17
Rice Firm; fancy head, 90 10c; blue
rose, 90914c. ..... v .
nutter stead v: reeelots, 1.628 tub;
creamery higher than extra. 4747c;
extra (93 score.) 4648c; firsts, 41
nankin stock current make No. 1
Es Weak: receipt, 11,150 case;
e.h fh.mil extras. I7U018C: do, stor
ace necked firsts, 86087o; do, regular
nicked extra firsts. 36036o; do, . first.
91 U. AlKUo
Cheese Market, Irregular; receipt, 1.011
state whole milk flats held special,
Uffl2c: do. average run, 3!16o; do.
fresh specials, 22o; do, average run, 22
Poultry Alive, steady: no prices settled;
dressed, firm and nncnangca.
New York, May 16. No fresh trading fea
tures developed In the market for coffee
futures today and the price movement wa
narrow. Spot effes, dull; Rio 7s, 80; San
tos 4s, 10 c. No fresh offers were reported
In the cost and freight market It was ru
mored In the street that local merchant
Bad ao far offered very little coffee to tne
eovernment at the price of 100 net, caan,
for Run toe 4a. claiming that this fgnr did
not allow them a satisfactory outlet The
official cablea reported no change In the
Rio market Santos spots were 60 rets higher
and future unchanged to 25 rels higher.
Braxlllan port receipts 21,000 bag.
Turoentln and Renin.
Savannah, Ga., May 15. Turpentine,
firm, 4444e; tales, 116 bbls.; receipts,
160 bbls.; shipments, 261 bbls.; stocks, 22,710
Rosin Firm; ales. 771 bbls.: receipt.
706 bbls.; shipments, 7,11$ bbls.: stock,
95,066 bbls. Quote B, $6.60; E, 18.65; F,
$6.67; O, H, I, $6.70; K. $6.80; M, $6.11;
N. $7.06; WQ, $7,$0; WW, $7.40.
New York, May 16. Metal exchange
quote lead firm; spot 77.11o; spelter,
quiet; Seat St Loula, spot, 7.1007.10c.
At London Copper Spot and futures,
110; electrolytic, f 125; tin, spot and futures,
364; lead, apot 21, 10a; futures, 21, 10a;
spelter, apot, 64; futures, 50. , . .
New York Sugar.
New York. May 16. Sugar Raw, steady;
centrifugal, 6.006c; fin granulated, 7.45a.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Market Experiences Greatest
Boom Since First Tear of War
as Result of Revival of
Nsw York, May 16. On a volume t
operations without parallel since the sen.
satlonal markets of the first year of thi,
war stocks today made many additions te
their gains ot the last fortnight
This advantage was substantially reduced
In the final hour, when an avalanche of
selling orders more than offset th furthei
buying power. United States Steel's gala
of about 3 points waa cancelled, Baldwls .
Locomotive reversed Its gain ot almost t
points to a net loss of 1 point and other
Industrials, as well as a few rails, forfeited
half or more of their variable gains.
The aweeptng character ot the trading It
the first halt of the eesalon left little doubt '
of a strong revival ot publlo Interest whict
was further attested by th greater ac
tivity of commission bouses.
Sale of the first two hoar approxi
mated 1.000,000 share. Thereafter trading
slackened occasionally, but the total ot
1,778,000 tested the mechanism of th ex
change to It capacity.
All th speculative favorite attained top
level of th year before the late reversal
and some maximums extended far beyond
that period. Ralls did not respond In more
than minor degree and were among tha
first to yield.
The spectacular feature were furnished
by share ot munition companies and other
war leaue. united state steel again ab
sorbed tha bulk cf th offerings, but kin
dred Industrial contributed proportionately,
with coppers, shipping, oil, motors, leather
Bends In general. Including equipments. 1
were firm to strong, the Liberty group .
showing Irregularity. Total aales - (par
value) aggregated 17,150,000,
Old United States bonds were unchanged
on call, with a sale of coupon 3s at an
advance of i. .
The following la list of leading storks
and prices; Closing
Bales. Hlah. Low. Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar ... 100 74 744 74
American Can .... $4,700 41 47 47'
Am. Car and F., 10,300 81 80tt 80
Am. Locomotive .. 22,00q 71 69 68
Am. Smelt A Refg. 87,800 88 82 62
Am, Sugar Refg.. 1.800 118 114 114ta
Am. Tel. A Tel.
1,000 It 19 19 ;
Am. Z., L. and S 17't
Anaconda Copper . 4,600 Tl '
Atohlson 1,400 17 86 864
A. O.AW. I, S. S. L. 1,700 111 109 109
Bait A Ohio .... 1,600 56 (5 65
Butt A Sup. Cop. 4.000 II 17 27
Cal. Petroleum.... 1,600 II 13 1814
Canadian Paclflo, 1,600 160 141 149V
1 en, reamer , ... jo.coo
Che. A Ohio .... 1,800
Chi., Mil. A St P.. .100
ChL A Northwest. . 200
C, R. , I. A P.... 1,400
Chlno Copper .... 1,601
Colo. Fuel A Iron 19,400. 10
Corn P. Refining .. 14,000 41
Crucible Steel .... 18,100 74
Cuban Cane Sugar 10,100 13
Distillers' Securities 11,600 63
Erie 1,100 17
General Electrlo .. 100 161 161 162
General Motor .. , 1,400 121 126 126
ut Northern pta . . i.eoo l 11 11
ot. North, or ctfi 13,100
Insp, Copper 14,100
Int M. Marine ptd 11,800
Intern. Nickel .... 1,100
Intern. Paper ... . 1.100
K. O. Southern .. 1,600
Kennecott Copper . 11,10$
Lou. A Nashville . . ......
Maxwell Motor .. 100
Max. Petroleum ., $1,000 102
Miami Copper .... 1,200 80
mo. rooms ............
Mont Power ..... too
Nsv. Copper 1.400
N. Y. Central .... I.ioo
N. Y N. HAH.. 11,100
Nor. A western
1,800 107 107 107 .
1,700 17 37 174
Pacific Mall - ...10
Pennsylvania 1,800 44 44 44
Pittsburgh coal 14
Ray Con. Copper . . 4.700 26 II 16
Reading ....116,100 61 88 II
Rep. Iron A Steel.. 11,000 16 . It 11
Shat Aria. Copper 100 11 IT 17
South. Paclflo .. 4,800 , IT 16 II'
South. Railway .. 1,100 II 14 14
Stud. Corporation 8. 100 41 11 11
Union Paclflo ... 10,600 126 124 114
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol . 10,100 114 111 131
V. n. Steel .......131.400 118 111 1114
IT. 8. Steel pfd .. 100 101 101 101
Utah Copper .... 13,600 87 83 84
Wabash pfd "BH . . 100 14 14 14
West Union 800 14 II 11
West Electrlo .... 11,600 47 45 46
Total sales for th day, 1.775,000 share.
New York Money.
New York, May 16. Mercantile Paper-
Four and six months, I per cant. .
Sterling Sixty-day bill. $4.71, com
mercial sixty-day bill on bank. $4.72:
commercial slxty-dsy bills, $4.71 1 demand.
$4.75.40; caoiea, $4.71 7-ls. .
Franc Demand, $B.TIt cablea, $1.88.
Guilders Demand, 49c cable, $0c
Mrs Demand, $1,01; cable, $1.00.
Ruble Demand, llc; cable, 14a, '
Silver Bar, II; Mexican dollar, TTo.
Bond Government Irregular; railroad, ,
Tim loan Steady; 10 day and .10
days, 606 per cent; lx months, I per
Call Money Strong; high, $o; low, '
10; ruling rate, lo: closing bid, lei
offered at lo; last loan, 6c.
All Industrial loans quoted half per cent ,
higher. , ;
U. S. 1 reg. .. IT O. N. 1st 41 . It
do coupon ... IT Cv ref. 4s.. Tl
U. 8. Is reg... II I. M. Marin Is, . II
do coupon... II K. c. 8., ref. 5. 10
TJ. 8. L. I .. II L. A N. un. 4s,. 86
V. S. 4 reg.. .106 M., K.AT. 1st 4 64
do coupon. ..101 Mo. Pao. gen. 4 II ,
A. F. 8. 6s IT Mont Power 5s. II
A. T. A T. ic. 6s I2J. Y. C. deb. 14
Anglo-French 6s llN. pan! no 4.. 81 ,
A. A Co. 4.. 86N. Paclflo 1 68
Atch. gen. 4e., 81w. B. 1 ret .
B. A O. e. 4s 7914 P. T. A T, 5s,. 11
B. Steel ref. Is.. IOPa. con. 4. 11
C. Leather Is.. 96 Pa, gen. 4( ... 10
a Pacific 1st,. 80 Reading gen. 4. 14 ,
C. A O. CV. Is 82 B.L.S.F.adJ.6S. 66
C.,B.AQ.,olnt 4s. 138. Pacific ov. I. II
CM.AS.P.cv.4 74 8. Railway I .. II ' "
C.,R.I.AP.R.r.4s. 66T. A P. 1st 85 '
C. A 8. ref. 4 71 U. Paclflo 4.... 18
D.AR. G-. raf. l 64 U. 8. Rubber m 10 -
D. of a Is, 1111 11U. 8. Bteel (s.v 18
Erie gen. 4.... 11 'Wa&aen 1st .. it
O. Electric I.. II F. Govt I.. $8 .
London Money. .'
London. May 16. Silver Bar, 48d per
Money 2' per cent
Discount Rate Short bills, 1 par cent;
three month' bills, I 1-16 per cent
OMAHA HAT MARKET.
oalnta at nralrle hay and alfalfa light, ,
Demand good tor the better grade of hay
anl alfalfa, whloh ha cauaed prices to go
some higher on prairie hay.
Hay Choice upland praine. iia.av; no,
1, III.IOOIT.IO; No. 1. I10.60O1I.60; No. 1,
$6.6001.60; No. 1 miaiana, io.bqwvi.uoi
No. 1 midland, $10.(011.6o; NO. 1 iow
land, 38.60010.(0; No. 1, $1.60 9 7.60: No. I, '
Alfalfa Chole. $11.00; No. V. I1M ,
11.00; atandard. $1I.I01I.I0; No. j. $12.01
O1I.00; No. 1, 310.oov11.eo.
Straw Oat. $6.007.60; wheat $6.00
- St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joph. Mo., My 16. Cattle Receipt j
1,500 head; market higher; steers. $11.00
1T.25; cow and heifers, $7.0016.00; calve, .
Hogs Receipt, 100 head; market higher;
top, $17.25; bulk, $11.100 17.06. , .
Sheep- and Lambs Receipts, 200 bead;
market steady; lamb, $15.0019.$5; ewe. 1
5 Per Cent Federtl
Firm Loan Bonds
Th Federal Land Bank of Omaha
offers $500,000 of the bond at th
'nw t interest rata. ' ""r , -
U. S. GoTernment Supervision,
Unlimited tax exemption and tha In
creased Interest rata combtn to auk
thla a most attractive Investment
Denomination, $25. $80, $100, $500,
$1,000. v .
Price 191 and accrued interact from
May 1. . .
Send anbseriptlons or writ for far
ther information to
E. D. MORCOM, Treasurer, .
Tha Federal Land Bank of Omaha,
1203 W. O. W. Bldg. : .
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