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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY MAY 23. 1918.
HELP? WANTEU FEMALE
"r8IRI.S. COLORED PREFERRED
-H?MAHA PAPER STOCK CO.
'"XS; 15TH AND MARCT STS.
L'A : '
GOVERNMENT needs 20,000 women clerks
"t )Vsh!ngton: examinations everywhere
.v aoon: experience unnecessary; women de
siring government positions write for
.;. free particulars to J. C. Leonard, former
elvil service examiner. 625 .Kenots Bldg.,
Male and Female.
iilAHA government clerk examinations
coming. Thousands wanted. 1100 month.
Sample questions free. Franklin Insti
tute. Dept. 233 E. Rochester, N. T.
A'.ANTED Men, ladles and boys, learo
.barker trade; big demand; wege walls
learning: strictly moderp. Call Or write
J 1401 Dodge St Trt-Clty Barber College
Phone D. 1147.
VlOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade. Cat)
v or write for free catalogue. 110 S 14tb
St..' Omaha. Neb
. BOYLES COLLEGE.
' DAY SCHOOL.
( Every day Is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit,
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalogue tree
Douglas 1665 18th and Harney Sts.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening 8chools.
110 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
If yon fall to find the room you
desire among these ads call at The
. Bee office for a Room List Give
templet description of vacant rooms In
ail parts ot tba city. New Hit Issued
FURNISHED ROOMS 1611 Dorcas St
" two nicely furnished rooms, with an east
.' treat, Prices reasonable.
" ' , Close In.
-. ' . 711 S. 17th Ave.
1011 CASS 1 large, cool, clean room for
.' employed couple or! business girls, real
. "" home to refined people. Home cooking and
. conveniences. Douglas 7834.
... kiAROE, cool, beautifully furnished room,
- on bath floor, ta modern private home.
HI 8. Mth Ave.
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine, 0g North 17th St. Reason.
this rent '
. tlNCOLN APT8. 2101 Chicago. Furnished
.housekeeping and sleeping rooms. Tyler
v iioT. - . . :
NICELY furnished rooms In brick apart
" ment; reasonable. 1211 California. Red
1644. -. .
TWO furnished rooms for one or two; rea
sonsbler breakfast If desired. Walnut
' 3726, --
DESIRABLE) clean place for man who
wishes inexpensive room on 3d floor. 650
S. 2th St. .
1410 BURT ST. Large east room, 1 win
dows,; near bath; private; modern;
S614 CAPItOL AVE. Clean, cozy, front
room; 1st fl.; all furnished. Harney B3o.
NICE large room, quiet surroundings, 13 a
week. 2631 Harney St. Harney 6956.
IN DUNDEE, furnished room and break
fast. Walnut 1932.
GRAT3TONE, 26th. and Cass, nicely fur.
nlshed vrooms. Douglas 7994.
FURNISHED ROOM, 1816 Chicago. Phone
D, 8919; men only.
FURNISHED room for rent, 841 S. 23d St.
Tyler 3876. ,
ONE front room furnished complete, on
ground floor. 2418 Cass.
3316 SHERMAN AVE. 1 furnished room.
Tel. Web. 3924.
' VERT CLEAN and nicely furnished house
' keeping rooms near Leavenworth and
f Farnam ears and the boulevard. Private
home. Reasonable. Harney 6206.
VERY attractive furnished rooms to couple,
all modern conveniences, shower bath,
sleeping porch. In good location. Wal.
NICE, coxy, convenient southwest room for
. housekeeping, on 2d floor; modern, with
clothes closet; washing privileges; no
children. 650 8. 26th. St.
LARGE, cool and neatly furnished three
room suite with sleeping porch. Private
home. Also garage. 1026 Davenport St.
fwo cool suites of housekeeping rooms;
reasonable; walking distance. Doug. 8939.
ROOM with kitchenette In modern home
on car line; washing privileges. Price rea
sonable. 1620 S. 24th St. Doug. 7568.
ENTIRE upstairs residence. Three large
rooms and bath; modern, except h at
11 2.. 2611 Corby St. Webster 6766.
LARGE cool and neatly furnished three
room suites. Private home; also garage.
PARLOR floor suite, all conveniences, w&lk
tng distance; first class, 14. 604 S. 28th.
THREE unfurnished rooms, 19 a month.
!57 Pierce St. Call Harney 7003.
' COOL rooms, 12 week; also apartments with
I kitchenettes.- Ogden hotel. Co. Bluffs.
WANTED Man and wife want board and
room with private family near jn. zitn or
Florence car lines preferred. Box 7708.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
LA TON A APARTMENTS.
Close In; every convenience; best of ser
vice. Call at ,641 So. 24th St. Phone
Douglas 1633. '
FOUR nicely furnished rooms, private bath,
use of laundry. Call Colfax 79 or
THOROUGHLY modern furnished 5-room
bungalow In most desirable section for rent
during the summer months; no children;
-only responsible parties need apply. WaL
. .76. . '
COMPLETELY furnished in west district.
' (-room, large sleeping porch. From
"'June to September. . 175 per' month. 128
1 N. ' 88th Ave. H. 2691.
FURNISHED home, 820 N. 50th Ave.. Dun
dee. Phone Walnut 1252.
t.ROOM COTTAGE for rent,
'-noons. 1611 California.
FOR RENT HOUSES
m, "m HANSCOM PARK COTTAGE.
West Side, 5-r., all modern, 2505 S. 34th
'- Ave. Lot "1)2x132, fine shade trees, large
garden; lot, etc.; 2 blocks from car;
: fine neighborhood and a real bargain for
'- -12.850. See Owner. S323 Arbor St
SEVEN-ROOM, all modern. 106 South
.36th St. 145. John J. Mulvihill, Realtor,
"100 Brandeis Theater BUIg., phone Doug
MODERN 10-room residence; keys on
premises. 2601 Capitol avenue. Telephone
' : Harney 6564.
SEVEN-ROOM house. Hot water
:, walking distance. Harney 2049.
FOR KENT i
2013 Grace St., 8-r.' mod. house. .120.00
i ' I : ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO..
2n,T South 18th St. Douglas 722.
PARTIES having housts for rent or sale In
" th neighborhood of a Basket Store will
do well to mention this advantage to the
' prospective renter or buyer.
(-ROOM house, modern except heat, wltb
small garage. 116. 2811 Burdette.
(ROOM cottage, water and gas. 2219
9. Z1SE 01.
gT i-noo.M hqu.sk-
-1H1 3 Dorcas St.
ElWiiiTKUL uuinruer accommodations.
Since desirable houses and apartments are
so difficult to find, why not live at Wei
tlngton Inn for the summer 7 Very low
sates on rooms and suttea
FOR RENT HOUSES
130 420 a 10th. 10 rooms, mod.. r 10
353114 Chicago, ( rooms, mod.
tlO 10( & 28th. 4 rooms, wates paid.
RINQWALT BROS.. BrandeH Then. Bldg.
3869 CALIFORNIA ST., 8 rms 130
2611 Jackson 8t.. T rms 137.60
6001 Cslifornla St.. T rms .....US
131 Securities Bldg.
2568 Douglas, rooming bouse. 131.00
1616 Sherman Ave., rooming house. .133.00
- JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas 664.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE C1TT.
CREIOH SONS A CO.. BEE BLDO
LIST uur property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler 729.
Sbopeu Co.. Rental , Douglas 4111
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
LAST APARTMENT LEFT,
In I h. n a a- m .mitf rvttlev Terrace.
choice, outside exposure; three rooms with
4-room accommodations, 140. See janitor
apartment No. 1. southeast corner 23d and
California or call Osborne Realty Co..
HAMILTON APTS.. fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers during summer; best location, 14th
ana rinum. prices reasonable, wan u-
PETERS TRUST CO.
Spectsltlsts In Apartment management.
TO sublet 6-room apartmet, No. 9, The
Portland. Park avenue and Leavenwortn.
Phone Hsrney 6H65,
4-ROO.M, corner apt., second floor, 'screened
porch, modern, 125, Apt. 8, Marion: 4
room and sun room, new, corner, Apt 1,
Maple Court 130. 18th and Maple. Red 682.
ONE pleasant 4-room ground floor apart
ment: also 4-room apartment on upper
floor. Telephone Webster 132 and Web
ster 4329. ,
oTiEllN. Estabrook Apts., near postoffifcei
122. G. P. Stobblns. 1610 Chicago.
THREE room flat. Modern except heat.
112 Key 2501 Corby. Webster 6755.
DELIGHTFUL summer accommodations.
Since desirable houses and apartments
are so difficult to find, why not live at
Wellington Inn for the summer? Very
low rates on rooms and suites.
1 ROOMS with 1-room accommoda
tions In the Coronado, 21d and
Capitol Ave 138.10
4 rooms, 'The Hudson," 207 S. 28th
BENSON & MEYERS CO.. Realtors.
424 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. T46.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
89.000 sq. ft. of floor space In the
American Hand-Sewed Shoe Co. Bldg., N.
W. corner 12th and Harney Sts. Hydraulic
elevator, steam heat and sprinkler system.
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
STORE FOR RENT 16th and Douglas, 101
60. steam heat, rent 1116 per month.
. . WORLD REALTY CO.,
Douglas 6342. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN store, 16th St., near P. O. Low
rent. G. P. StebMns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
ATTRACTIVE offices at reasonable rentals
In The Bee building, where service is
REAL. Keystone Inv. Co. Tyler 111.
WANTED TQ RENT
WANTED To rent or sublease, strictly
modern two or three-room apartmtat in
ref 1 ned neighborhood. Call Harney 170.
MOVING AND STORAGE
FREE service FIDELITY
16TH AND JACK80N. DOUG. 181.
STORAGE, MOVING. PACKING.
WREH RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OP ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
METROPOLITAN VAN STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St., between
16th and 16th. Phone Tyler . 1400. Bave
.your moving handled Just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's the wsy
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 4161.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
tor real aervica m moving, uuurihh wu
torln call Tyler 230 or Dougla 4333.
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; careful men. Fur-
nlture pack., storage. 1417 Chicago. P-ai4
Jp PT?l?'n Express Co.. Moving,
. V. IXEJIJU Packing and Storage,
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2741 Doug 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
FINE MODERN HOME
8 rooms, in fine condition, hot water
heat, corner lot, paved street, fine
neighborhood, plenty large shade trees,
owner non-resident, must sell; easy
terms. Located In west part of Oma
ha. S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 CITY NATL. BANK BLDG.
WEST FARNAM HOME.
PRICE ONLY $7,000.
Eight rooms and bath, hardwood finish
throughout; built by owner for home,
choice east front lot, 40x140; cement drive
and small garage. Here Is a splendid home
' in a desirable location, priced right Call
OSBORNE REALTY CO ,
701 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg. Tyler 406. ,
SIX-ROOM HOME, half block from en
trance to Field club. Beautiful location.
Telephone owner, Harney 1116.
Buy a Home in Beautiful
Bemis Park District
1314 N. 30th St. This Is a gbod. 2
atory, 6-room, modern house, let-class
condition, having living room, dining
room, kitchen, pantry and ice box room,
1st floor; three large bedrooms and bath
!d floor; paved street and ornamental
lighting system throughout the district.
Price low for quick sale. But make
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
BEAUTIFUL NEW 6-R. BUNGA
LOW. CHOICEST LOCATION,
$800 DOWN. PRICE $4,200.
. $35 MONTH.
Built for a home; 6 large rooms and
bath first floor; choice oak finish; one
large bed room second floor. You must
see this to full appreciate. Strictly mod
em. Call Tyler 496.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 On aha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
361 S SHERMAN AVE.
Well built, 6 large rooms and batb. oak
finish, strictly modern, elerantly deco
rated, paved street, on car Tine, a good
closc-ln .buy. See me for price and terms.
605 Omaha National Bank.
NICE 4-room house, city water and elec
tricity. Cheap for quick sale. Good
neighborhood. See this today.
NEAR 34th and Martha, nearly new bun
galow of 6 rms.; oak finish, fully mod
ern; fine 41x133; e. front lot; paved St;
13,760; cash terms.
RASP BROS., 110 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 711.
WE SELL. Rent. Inaurs and make Loans
on City property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO..
34th and Ames Ave. CoL 117.
FOR SALE OR RENT Five acres with
four-room house, garden nearly all In.
Mrs. Pallas, t36 Wirt 8t., Benson.
M1NNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest yotu SB"""-.
Phone Tyler 187.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
ONLY 11.500, Two cottages; one i-roam and
one 4-room. good condition. Uve la one
and rent the other. Paving all paid. Will
make terms to suit purchaser. Located
2431 8. 10th St. Norris A Norrls. 104 N.
16th 8t. Phone Douglas 4270.
CLOSE IN BUNGALOW,
PRICE ONLY $3,100.
Five rooms and bath, strictly modern;
oak finish; close to Croastown car line;
1750 down and $30 per month. A Bargain.
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Omaha Nat'l Ttnnk Bldg. Tyler 496.
5-ROOM HOl'SE, inewiy decorated; not very
old; faces Fontenclle park; city water and
electricity; run be handled at 125 down
and balance monthly. will show any
6-ROOM cotUKe, two blocks from car.
full lot, 12,000. Terms, 300 cash, balance
saw per month.
BENSON' AND CARMICHAEL
643 Faxton Block.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
PORTER & SHOTWELL.
:i2 S 17th St. Douglas 6011.
HOME AND HOMESITES.
TATNE INV. CO..
637 Omaha Nat'l Bk Bide. Pour. 171.
W. FARNAM SMITH ft CO,
Real Estat and Insurance.
Ill Farnam 8L Doug. 1014.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your home or buslnes
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
Eleotrlo Bldg. Tyler (I.
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 Ste. Douglas 416.
REAL ESTATE Investment
Almost new double brick flat, near 25th
and Harney Sts.; rental 1840 per annum;
oak woodwork and floors; located right In
line of advertising values; owner offers
this st only 17,300 and says, "submit an
offer." About 12,500 cash required.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
15,600 equity In choice half section Rose
bud Ism", for I or 8-room modern Omaha
residence or small Iowa farm. Address
owner, -600 So. Id St.. Norfolk, Neb. .
GOOD Omaha residence property to .. ex-
change for clear western land, or eastern
' Neb. farm. Mr. Pease. Ill Bran. Th. Bldg.
WILL trade 120 acres In Weld County,
Colorado, for Canada land. Frank Craw
ford, Rosetown, Saskatchewan.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
FOR SALE Equity on 1 lot In Lockwood
addition, near 62d and Jackson Sts. A.
J. Wlnler, 110S S. 52d St. Phone Wal
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
11 DOWN, 11 A WEEK.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
This Is ons ot the finest vacant corners
In Dundee. Is high, sightly and com
mands one of the best views In Dundee,
It's a large lot, 100x135, south exposure.
Buy this for your home site and you will
be glad It's yours. All street Improve
ments are In and paid tor. Location:
Northeast corner of 61st and Izard Sts.
Drlwe out today and see It. Owner will
make reasonable price and terms. Liberty
bonds will be accepted as part of the pur
CREIGH, SONS & CO.,
608 Be Bldg.
Dundee Colonial Home
16,350 buys an attractive, well con
structed, 2-story. 6-room and attic,
modern home, colonial architecture, with
tiled front vestibule, coat closet, central
hall, large living room with brick fire
place, attractive dining room, convenient
kitchen, first floor; 2 corner bedrooms,
tiled bathroom and outside sleeping
porch second floor,, all finished In old
Ivory, with oak floors throughout; stair
way to floored attic; full cemented base
ment; nearly new. Something very good.
See us about this at once.
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
Built less than one year and Just of
fered for sale on account of death In fam
ily. It Is stucco and all 6 rooms are ex
ceptionally large, with full basement, fur
nace heat, floored attic, garage and drive
way: floors and woodwork are oak
throughout; fireplace, built-in bookcases,
etc. In fact, built for a borne and has
all those modern conveniences one desires.
The location Is high and sightly and Is
surrounded by new ' and beautiful homes.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
fit City National Bank. Douglas 1163.
8-room strictly modern home, oak fin
ish, fireplace, south and east front cor
ner lot, 65x128. This Is a beautiful home
and must be seen to be appreciated. Price
18,500 and must be sold at once. Call us
for an appointment. 1
J. L. HIATT CO..
900 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
DUNDEE BUNGALOW SNAP.
6 rooms, all modern; buffet, garage snd
large sightly lot; this place Is offered st
a real bargain as owner Is leaving town.
Price 13,500 for quick sale on easjr pay
ments. BEDFORD-JOHNSTON CO.. .
222 Keellne Bldg. Doug 1140.
HIGH and sightly Dundee 'lots. 1876 to
building purposes. Phone D. 6074, Shuler
tt Cary. Realtors.
DUNDEE BUNGALOW, 13,760; all modern,
oak finish, built-in bookcase, large lot and
paving paid; 1500 cash and 136 per month.
Call days. Doug. 3140
SIX rooms, all modern, oak floors, two
years old, one blck to car lne, four
blocks north ot Mina Lusa; chicken
house, lot and garage: lot- 80x160 feet:
set in young fruit; this Is an exceptional
bargain at 13,000. 3104 Webster St. Tele
phone Florence 603.
In Caldwell's Acre. Omaha's newest
acreage, subdivision located southwest of
Field club. Prices low. Terms easy. Call
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 297. 212 S. 17th.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
i and 6-room houses and bungalows with
1300 to 1500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 406. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANTED Modern flat, value 130,000 to
140,000. Address P. O. Box 471. Onawa, la.
MEET me at F. D. Wead's Office.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOUR head good work horses, all sound
and In good condition, weighing from
1,160 to 1.450. G. E. Harding Coal Co.,
28th and J. South Side. Omaha.
FOR SALE 10 Holstein cows and heifers.
Apply F. C. Bliss, 264 Exchange Bldg.,
HOLSTEIN cows for sale. Inquire David
Menagb, 1611 Farnam St
Real Estate, Loans ind Mortgages.
WB want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on band for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC,
638-40 Keellne Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM,
604 Bee BUlg. Douglas till.
DIVIDENDS OF ( PER CENT OR MORS.
One dollar starts sn account. .
OMAHA LOAN A BLDO. ASSOCIATION.
ei rrf FARM LOANS.
ft I rrf
7 O PAUL PETKR80N
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDOT
1L W. BINDER,
Money on band for mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NiS FARMS.
O'KEF.FK REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. ITU.
CITT AND FARM LOANS.
6. 6H and 6 Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT CO., Keellne Bldg.
CI Cf MONET K1LL
O72 O HARISON st MORTON. W72
tl Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
1100 to 110.000 MADE promptly. F, 0.
Weed, Weed Bldg.. 11th and Farnam Sts.
MONET to loan on Improved farms snd
ranches. Kloke Investment Co.. Omaha.
SHOPEN A COM PANT. Douglas 4111.
LOANS ON CITT PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son. Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C O. CARLBERQ. Ill Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 6S.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to MeGehee. Ark.
W. 8 FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLR.
FOR SALE 400 acres Baldwin oounty,
Alabama, land, all titled. In center
county, near Loaley. Beat fanning die
trlct In 'south. Three miles out Fifteen
acres oranges, full crop this year. Fifteen
acres pecans of three different varieties.
Well fenced. Good house. Good north
em barn. Concrete foundation. Good
well. Full set farming Implements. Sell
quick at lO.OOO.
WESTERN BOILER PIPE COMPANT
200 ACRES Iowa farm, Improved, good
house and barn. Cash pries 1116 per acre.
Want good modern home as payment,
Good terms on balance. Writs Box 141,
Murray, la. ,
40, 80 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVT
soil; well settled part ot Todd oounty.
Minn.; good roads, schools and churches.
Pries 116 to 121.60 per acre: terms II an
acre cast,, balance tt an acre a year;
6,000 acres to select from. To actual set
tlers who will put np buildings and Improve
land ws will glvs deed ana tags mort
gsgs back for full purchase pries for I or
10 years, 1 per cent Interest Schwab Bros.,
1011 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
MISSOURI 110 and down, 15 monthly, buys
40 acres good farm and fruit land near
town, southern Missouri. Fries only 1200.
Box 15, Mt. Vernon, I1L
FOR RALE Judith basin land; 280 acres
level land, mile from Stanford; 170
acres In wheat, all fenced; running water.
176 per acre. Stanford Ranch Co., Stan
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARB SUReI
INVESTMENTS, For best lands at best
prices write Geo. Antlll. Blair. Neb.
WRITE me for pictures snd prices my farms
and ranches In good Old Dswes County.
Arah L. Hungerford. Crawford. Neb.
MUST BELL my two farms. Writs Owner,
Box 476, Burwell, Neb.
640 ACRES, Improved; price, 116 aorsi sx-
cbangs for Omaha, k. c. or ensap mo.
land; also herd of good horses to trade.
What bavs youT Albert B. Pattee, Upton,
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, 1(0 per a..
Levi tk C. M. Rylander. 164 Omaha Nafl.
RANCHES of all alses and kinds, easy
terms. A 4. Patsman. 101 Karbach BIK.
CHOICE FARMS. Nilason. 411 Rose Bldg.
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't ' list your farm with us If you
want to keep It.
B, P. SNOWDEN SON,
610 Electric Bldg. Douglas 1171.
WANTED 20,000 acres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must os iirst-cisss
farm lsnd. Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box T 467, Omaha Bee.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
000 DAT -OLD chicks. Rocks. Reds, Or
pingtons, Leghorns. Webster 1701. 1211
BARRON S. C. W. Leghorn eggs for hatch-
Ing af.er May 20, 14 per 100. Mrs. m.
W flaTtnn. Decs fur. Neb.
RHODE ISLAND Rib eggs for selling.
8112 Burt Bt. Harney zt.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
140, 6 mo., II. goods, total. 13.60.
Smaller, larger am'ta proportionate rats.
PROVIDENT LOAN BOCIETT
431 Securities Bldg.. 16th. Farnam. Ty. M.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRT.
1 07 SMALLER LOANS. OCT.
i 10 W. C FLATAU EST. 1111 "
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TT. 160.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRT LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashnek. 1614 Dodge. D. 6611. Est. 1811.
$60 Per Acre
In eastern South Dakota; has t
good 4-room house, stable and
other outbuildings; about 200 acres
under cultivation; 7 acres alfalfa;
about 65 acres good, level land that
can be broke and put in crop; 60
acres in pasture and elegant grass
with running water most of the
time; most of this lays level; lo
cated southwest of Huron, within
4 miles of railroad town, and in a
location where land is increasing
very rapidly; where you can grow
good crops, corn, alfalfa, speltz,
barley, wheat and oats. If you
want a real, good farm in a good
location that has elegant soil, you
should investigate this piece. Price
$60 per acre.
' HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 50.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruit.
New Tork, May 22. Evaporated Apples
Dull; California, 14ft 915c; state, 16
Dried Fruits Prunes Firm; Callfornlas,
lte; Oregon, 12M014c. Apricots,
quiet; choice, 1714c: extra choice, 18c;
fancy, la20c. Peaches, quiet; standard.
lieiSc; choice, l!tt&14c; fancy. 11H0
14c. Raisins, steady; loose muscatels, 9c;
choice to fancy seeded, 10illc; seedless.
t Oil Vie; London layers. 12.00.
New York Coffee Market.
New Tork. May 21 Coffee Rto No. 7.
!Kc; futures, steady; July, l.llo; October,
Dulutb, Minn., May 11. Linseed. 13.96
4.01; t arrive, 13.15; May, 11.16 asked;
July, 11.18; October, 13.61 bid.
New York Sngar.
New Tork, May 22. Sugar Raw, stesdy;
centrifugal, 6.006.05o. Fine granulated,
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Steady to 10 Cents
Lower; Hogs 5 Cents High
er; Sheep Sell Generally
Omaha, May 21, lilt.
Kaaetpts were: Cattle. Hoga Sheep.
Offlola! Monday 1,001 1,777 6.674
Offlolsl Tuesday 12,041 14,701 1.141
Estimate Wednesday.. 7.000 16,100 7,800
Three days this week. 17.070
Sams days last week., 20.165
Sams days 3 wks. ago. 21.624
Same days I wks. ago. 13.331
Sams day year ago. .. .23.188
Receipt and disposition of live stork at
the Union Stock yards. Omaha, Neb., for 24
hours ending st 1 yesterday;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C. M. St. V
Wabash 1 1
Missouri Paclflo 11 4
Union Paclflo I M
C. A N. W., east 11 1
CAN. W.. west 11 12
C., 8t P., M. A 0 16 17
C, B A Q est 1 1
C B. A Q , east 1 1
C. R. I. A P.. east ! I
C R. L A P., west.... T 1 4
Illinois Central 1 4
Chicago Ot West t 1
Total receipts 171 141 14
DISPOSITION H E A D.
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Morris A Co 86 !,06 614
Swift A Co 1,344 1167 6
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1,856 1.101 1.631
Armour A Co 1,671 1.146 1,414
Sohwarts A Co 1.101 1111 ....
Lincoln Packing Co.. 18 .... ....
S. Omaha Packing Co. 43 .... ....
Swift, Douglas .... ....
W. B. Vansant 18
F. B. Lewis 186
J, B. Root A Co 16
.T. H. Bulla 60
Rosenstock Bros 74 .... ....
F. a. Kellogg n
Werthelmer A Degen. 552
Sullivan Bros 3 .... ....
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co... 112
Hlggins 1 '
Meyers 8 ....
Baker, Jones A Smith 10 .... ....
Banner Bros 1 .... ....
John Harvey 647 4-
Dennis A Francis 42 .... ....
Jensen A Lungren 88 .... ....
Ellis A C 16
Other buyers 140 .... 11
Total 1,114 16,383 1,107
Cattle Receipts of cattls wars 7,000
head or 186 rare, a liberal run for a
Wednesday, making supplies for the week
17,000, which Is around 1.600 stronger
than last week and 5,000 stronger that sup
plies a year ago. Trading opened slow and
dull with packers still feeling bearish as
result of the large concessions obtained
yesterdsy, and prices were anywhere from
steady for the best steers to around 100
lower for the medium grsdes. Oood to
oholce beeves sold from 117.00 17.60, fair
to good from 116.00 16.76 and from that
on down. Butcher stock was generally
steady to lOo lower and very solw. Best
cows were around steady, but the general
run of medium to good gredes were slow
and lOe lower. Feeders were In short sup
ply and there were good demand from
order buyers and prices were generally
stronger than last week for anything with
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
beeves, 117.15017 60; fair to good beeves,
116. 16011. 75; common to fair beeves, 112.26
O16.00; good to choice yearlings, 116.760
11.75; fair to good yearlings, 114.00015.60;
oommon to fair yearlings, !. 60 0 14.00;
good to choice heifers, 112.76OU.60; good
to choice cows. 111. 00OH.60; fair to good
oows, 19.76011.76; common to fair cows,
17.1001.76; prime feeders, 111.00011.00;
good to choice feeders, 110.25OU.76; fair
to good feeders, 19.00O10.00; common to
fair feeders, tt. 6009.76; good tp choice
stockers, 110.00O13. 00; stock heifers, 18.600
10.60; stork cows, t7. 60O10.00; stock
calves, 18.60 011.60; veal calves, $9.00
11.00; bulls, stsgs, sto.. 110.00& li.76.
Hogs There were 141 head of hogs re
ceived here todsy, estimated at 16,100 head.
Shippers did not have quite so many or
ders to fill this morning, yet they were on
the market early, although buying was
not what could be called brisk. Packers
wars also circulating freely among the sell
ers. Ths market was a trifle sluggish on
the start, but became a little more active
as th day sdvsnced. Bulk of the hogs
sold at 117.00017.10 with an early top of
117.20 being reached. The general market
was io higher.
Sheep There were 14 loads of sheep
hers today estimated at 7.200 head. Moat
of the arrivals were shorn lambs snd of
fairly goc-' quality. Although no sales had
been made early, the prospects were the
general market would be steady.
Sheij quotations: Oood to choirs lambs,
111. 361. 80; fair to choirs lambs. 117.60
19.00; fair to choice yearlings, 116.00
17.60; fair to choice wethers. 114.60O16. 60;
frlr to choice ewes, 112.00013.00; spring
lambs, 115.00 19.00.
141 shorn fat lamb 110 It 86
198 shorn fat lambs 81 It 86
122 shorn fat ewes 105 12 00
41 shorn fat swes 120 12 26
10 cull ewes Ill 7 60
It fed spring lambs 10 11 0u
Kansas City Uve Stock Market.
Kansas City, May II Cattle Reoelpts,
1,100 head; market lower. Prime fed steers,
$16.40017.26; dressed beef steers, 111.00O
16.76; western steers, tl6.00Olt.26; cows,
tl.00O14.00; heifers, 110.00014.60; stockers
snd feeders, t9. 00016.60; bulls. tl.25OH.60;
Hogs Receipts, 12,000 heed: market
stsady; bulk of sales, $17.1017.20; heavy,
117.00017.10; packers snd butchers, 117.00
OIT.26; light, 117.01017.26; pig, 117.260
Sheep Receipt, 1100 head; market.
higher; lambs, tit. 75011.80; yearlings,
I14.00O1T.00; wethers, tll.00Olt.60; ewes,
St. Louis 1-lv Stock Market.
Bt Louis. Hay 11 Cattle. Receipts, 4.-
TOO head; market steady. Native beef steers,
111. 60017.60; yearling steers and heifers,
tl.10O15.50; cows, 17.50O1I.75; stockers and
feeder, 18.50012.00; fair to prime southern
beef steers, 110.00016.60; beef cows and
heifers, t6.0011.60; natlvs calves, 17.750
Hogs Receipts, 12.000 head; market
steady; lights, 117.60017.70; pigs, 116.60O
17.60; butchers, I17.85O17.70; good heavy,
tl7.26O17.60; bulk of sales, I17.10Q17.66.
Sheep Reoelpts, 1,800 head: market
steady; lambs, tl5.00O16.tt; ewes, tlt.OOO
17.00; wethers, 116. 50017.00; csnners and
Chicago Lire Stock Market.
Chicago, May 21 Cattle Receipts, T.000
head; market, weak; native steers, 110.60O
17.66; stockers and feeders, 19.25013.10:
cows and heifers, 17.30014.60; calves, 18.000
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; market,
strong; t to lOo above yesterday's average;
bulk of sales. $17.46 17.90; light, $17,460
17.96; mixed, I17.20O17.96; heavy, 116.60
1T.76; rough, $16.6016.$5; pigs, $14,760
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 4.000 head:
market, steady; sheep, $9.76014.76; lambs,
St, Joseph LIT Stock.
St. Joseph, Msy 22. Cattle Receipts,
2,800 head; market lower; steers, $11,000
17.40; cows and heifers, I7.00O16.00; calve.
Hog Receipts, t,000 head; market
lower; top, 117.26; bulk ot sales, 117.000
Sheep and Lamb Receipts, 1600 head;
market steady; lambs, $15.00019.70; ewes,
Sloox City Live Stock.
Sioux City, May 22. Cattle Receipts. 1,
400 head; market weak; beef steers, 112.00
017.76; fat cows and heifers, tt.00O16.00;
canners, 17.00OI.t0; stockers and feeders,
$9.00011.00; calves, tl.OOOll.OO; bulls,
stsgs, sto., tl.tOOll.OO; feeding cows and
8hep snd Lambs Receipts, 100 head;
Turpentine and Roeln.
Savannah, Oa., May 23. Turpentine, firm;
47c: sales, 191 bbls. ; receipts, 116 bbls.;
stock, 22.415 bbls.
Rosin Firm; sales, 164 bbls; receipts,
1,142 bbls.; stocks, 16.614 bbls. Quote: B,
17.40. D. E, F, O. H. 17.46; I. K. M, 17.50;
N, tf.MH; VTO. 7.t5; WW. 11.05.
Dry Goods Market.
New Tork, May 22. Dry Goods Cotton
goods sod yarns here today wsr firm with
trsde of moderate volume for civilian needs
Burlaps stiffened a little. Ladles' spring
knit goods were offered by some mills. Men's
wear, spring offerings, have not been med
government buslnes and dominated the mar
Light Receipts; Corn Sells
Higher; Oats Show Weak,
ness, Selling 1 to 2
Omaha. May 21, 1111.
A continued light run of grain was In
evidence again this morning, total arrivals
amounting to 67 cars, and consisted of nine
rare of wheat, 37 cars of corn and 21 cars
Practically all gradea of corn sold at
somewhat higher figures. Quotations wers
generally unchanged to 4c higher, the bulk
of the good corn selling up around to,
Some of the gcod yellow, however, sold a
cent off. Traders were sctlve sround noon
and everything offered waa disposed ot
readily. No. 1 white corn sold at 11.70O
1.72 snd the No. 1 yellow at Il.f301.tt.
No salee of No. 1 mixed were reported.
Oats failed to show any reaction and sold
off considerably, sales showing a decline of
103c. much of the better grades suffering
the greatest drop, The demand was fairly
active. No. 1 white oats sold at TS'to and
the No. 1 white at 76c. Standard vat
brought 76076io and the No. 1 white. HM
4t76a Sample grade oats went at 74c.
No receipts of rye and barley were re
ported. A part car, grading sample barley
on account of a heavy mixture of wheat,
sold at tl.10.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour, equal
to 16,000 bushels: eats, 160,000 bushels.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
ChUago 1 61 73
Minneapolis ....i 122 ,. ..
Omaha 1 37 31
Kansas City 3 11
St. Louis 1 41 21
The sales wers reported today:
Corn No. 1 white: 1 cars, $1.73; No. 1
while: I car. $1.71: 1 car, 11.71; 1 car. 11.70,
No. 4 white: 1 car, 11.66; 1 car, 11.65; 1
cars, 11.64. No. 6 white: 1 car, 11.60; 1
cars, 11.64; 1 car, 11.63. No. 6 whlto: 1
far, 11.35; 1 cars. 11.16; 1 car, 11.20. No.
3 yellow: 1 cars, $1.68; 1 1-6 cars, $1.67.
No. 3 yellow: 1 car, 11.64; I cars, 11.63.
No. 4 yellow-: 1 car, 1161: No. 6 yellow:
1 car, 11.20. sample yellow: 1 cars, 11.00,
.No 2 mixed. 1 car, 11.68. No. 4 mixed:
1 1-5 cars, 11.68. No. t mixed: 1 car, $1.17.
No. 6 mixed: 1 car. 11.26,
Oats No. 1 white: 1 car, 7IHe. No. 1
white: 1 car, 71 He. Standard: 1 1-5 cars,
"Hc; cars, 76c. No. I whits: I cars,
7Gc; t car. 76Sis. Sample white: 1 car,
74c; 4 1-6 cars. 74c. Screenings, t-t car.
Barley Sample: 1-6 car. $1.20.
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. I whits,
11.73: No. : white, $1.7001.73; No. 4 whits.
11.6401 66: No. f whits, tl.6101.tO; No.
white. tl.!01.!6; No. 1 yellow. tl.671.6
No. I yellow, $1.6101 64: No. 4 yellow,
$1.61; No. t yellow, 11.10; sample yellow,
11.00; No. 4 mixed, tl.tl; No. 1 mixed, 11.17;
No. I mixed, 11.16. Oats: No. I white.
76i,4c: standard. 76076iio; No. I white.
764076c; sample, 74o.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Ths Bee
by Logan A Bryan, atook and grain brokers,
116 South Sixteenth street, Omahat
Article! Open I High Low Close Tost.
.Inly 1 42UU 1 43H 141H 1 42H 141H
May 79 7 76 76 T!
July 67HOS 17 66 67 T
July 4i 00 42 40 41 00 41 It 41 tl
July 14 70 24 10 24 II 14 tl 14 IT
Msy 11 61 II It It II
July 22 71 12 90 32 71 II TT II TT
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PO VISIONS.
Removal of last Dry Spot From Grain Bait
Gives Down Turn to Market,
Chicago, May IS. Assertions that planting
would for ths most part be eompleted within
a week had a bearish effect today on corn.
The market closed unsettled, to 1U lower.
with June $1.41 snd July 11.41 to
11.414.. Oats declined O0 to itto not
The outcome In provisions varied from yes
terday's finish to Ta down.
Throughout the day, th nearness at ths
end of the planting period served to weaken
the com market. It was trus thst rains
had fallen over part of the belt and that
some seeding would thus be delayed, but the
sections that received the heaviest down
pours wers where moisture wss needed most
snd where an adverse condition of wheat
and other crops had been . threattned.
Toward the close bears put emphasis on ths
outlook that In the near future there would
bs soms Inoreaae In the crop movement.
Tradlnc was entirely In July and June da
liveries. May having been eliminated by ths
Reports that the last dry spot hsd been
removed from the grain oen lea io aown
turns In ths oats market. Export buying
was only at prices which dealers hers oould
Provisions aversged higher with hogs,
but realising sales caused a reaction. ,
Corn No. 1 1 and 4 yellow, nominal.
Oats No. I white, TtH07!1o; standard.
Rye No. 1 nominal.
Timothy I5.00O1 00.
New York Frodunca.
New Tork. May 21 Flour Steady;
springs, 10.76011 26: winters, tlO.l6011.lt;
Corn Spot, unsettled; kiln dried No. I
yellow, 11.60; No. 4 yellow, 11.40, c. i. f..
Oats Spot, weak; natural, 8rs3'c.
Feed Unsettled; barley feed, 138.50; eat
feed, 126.00; corn feed meal. 15.00; rys mid
Hav-Weak: No. 1, nominsi jno. i,
11.40; No. I, ll.10Ol.i0; shipping, TOOIOc.
Hons Quiet: ststs medium to cnoice,
1917, 86048c; 1116, nominal, Paclflo coast,
1917, 20O21C! 1916, 14016c.
Provisions Pork unsettled: mess, 61.00 sy
51.60; family, $65.00066.00; short elear,
I47.00O61.00. Lard, weak; middle west,
Tallow Easier; city spsciai loose, nc.
New Tork. Msy 22. Butter Market
weak; receipts, 1,662 tubs; creamery higher
than extrsj. 45 V, 046c; creamery extras
m-score). 44U045c: firsts. 420440! pack
ing stock current make, No. 2, 2H44J10O.
Eggs Market steady: receipts. 10,641
eases; fresh gathered extras. 16087c; fresh
gathered storage packed, firsts, 84HOtto:
regular packed extra firsts, 14tt035o; firsts,
Cheese Msrket steady: receipts, 4.177
boxes: state fresh specials, 28c; sverrge
Live Poultry Market unsettled; no prices
settled; dressed, quiet and unchanged.
OMAHA HAT MARKET.
Receipts of prslrls hay and alfalfa light
Demand good for the better grades of bsy
anl alfalfa, which haa caused prices to go
soma higher on prairie hay.
Hay Choice upland prairie, 118.60; No.
1. $16.60017.60; No. 1 110.60l$.6O; No. I.
15.6008.60; No. 1 midland, 115. 60017.00;
No. 1 midland, $10.60012.60; No. 1 low
land, 18.60010.50; No. 2, tt.60O7.50: No. I,
Alfalfa Choice. 12100; No. 1, tlt.OOO
21.00; standard, $15.60018.60; No. 1 113.00
O16.00; No. 1. 110.00011.60.
Straw Oat. 16.0007.60; wheat tl.OOO
New Tork, Msy II The market for cof
fee futures showed a further decline today
under scattering liquidation, which was par
ticularly active In July.
Cof foe Spot, quiet; Rio 7a, 8c; Santo
4s, 10c. There were rumors of further
sales to the government amounting to 7.600
hags on tenders of Central American and
Santos coffees, but no particulars as to pries
were available. There were sales of Santos
6s at tc, London credits, In the cost and
freight market. Offers Included Santos Is
and 4s at 10.30a for prompt shipment and
at 10.20o for May-June shipment, London
The official cables showed no change In
primary markets sxcept Santos futures,
which were unchanged to 25 rels higher.
Rio cleared 25,000 bags and Santos 63,000
bags for th United States. Brazilian port
receipts, 2,000 bags.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., May 21 Corn No. I
mixed, tl.t301.66; No. I white. It. TlO
171; No. 1 yellow, 11.6401 61; May,
11. IT; July, 11.464.
Oats No. 2 white. Ttc; No. I mixed, 770
Kansas City, Mo., May 22. Butter and
Poultry Market unchanged.
Eggs Firsts, 10c; seconds. 26o.
Mlnenapolls, Minn., May 23. Com No. I
yellow, tl.iO O1-60.
Oats No. 1 white, 7576e.
Flax till 1.95.
Rye 11000 1 02.
St Lotus Grain.
St. Louis, Mo., May 12. Cora No. t,
11.6601.67; No. 1 whit. tl.T201.lt; July.
Oats No. 2, 76076c; No. I white, T7
071c; July, ttc asked
NEW YORK STOCKS
Adrance Followed by Reces
sion in Values; Bails First to
Lose Ground; Shippings - -Also
Hew Tork. May 11 Disregarding ths re
moval of ths railroad presidents and fresh
complications In the International situs
tlon. ths stock market proceeded today to
resume Its advance, but fell back sharply
The early rise differed radically fron .
recent movements, however, In that stacks
hitherto backward or dormant were most -conspicuous.
Low-priced specialties such
ss cotton oil. linseed. Virginia Carolina .
chemical, agricultural chemical, com
productaiand bide and leather common ana
preferred were 1 to I points higher-at
noon, after which ths general setback be
gan. Ralls were the first to lose ground, though
reacting only 1 to Itt pointa United
States steel surrendered Its 1 point gain, ,
closing at a net loss ot I polntt and. most
other Industrials and equipments replaced
substantial advances with losses of 1 to 3 -v
Shippings, coppers and silled metals, ss
well as motors, oils and an impressive .
array of unclassified Issue, were carried
down I to 4 points In the mors extensive
offerings of ths last hour, short selling
evidently plsylng no. small part la ths un
settlement. Uncertslnty attending the negotiation
now pending between the government sud
the steel snd copper producers was a fac-
tor In th technical situation and supplied
the bear account with fresh ammunition,
In place of yesterdsy's belated advance.
Bonds were lower. Including, Liberty
issues, the 4Vs making a new minimum oil "
a cash sale at 197.48. Total sales par
value aggregated 15.150,000. U. . S. bonds
told lusues) were unchanged on call.
Number of sales and quotations on lead- ,
Ing slocks: Closing
Sales. High. Low. Bid
Am. Beet Sugar ..i.. 73
American Can.... 7.700 48V. V 461,
Am. Car a Found'y 1,000 !l!i ll'i
Am, Locomotive.. 800 68 6, 6ii
Am. Smelt. Ret. . 4.20 6.1H tl4 " 1 '
Am. Sugar Ref.... 800 1 U' US', llJ'.i
Am. T. A T 1100 97 97 17
Am. Z.. L. A S.. 1.600 1"' 16? 16'
Ansconda Copper.. 15.S00 63 68 68
Atchison i. 400 86V, I5i8i
AOAWISSL 3.000 1124 110 - 110U
Bait. A Ohio 1.700 66 84i 14
B. A 8. Copper.... 4,900 26V !S1' 24'i
Cal. Petroleum ... . 1,100 18Vi 18 . '"
Canadian Pacific. 1500 146 145 - lti
Central Leather ,. 4,800 7014 68H '
Chespeaks A Ohio 1.000 69 -7s.-t!t
C, M. A S. P 4,000 46 -44 44
C. A N. W
C, R. t. A P, ctfs 600 23 2! 22
Chlno Copper, 400 " 45 - 44-1 'i
Colo. Fuel A Iron.l 4,800 49 47Vf 47
Corn Prod. Ret.... 10.400 43 41 U 41'
Crucible Steel 1,000 69H 7 17
Cuba Can Sugar., 100 33S 31 . 11 '4 '
Distiller's 8e 11,300, 13 61 i 61 H
Ert 1.100 16 ltV 1
General Blectrlo .. ..... 148
General Motor .. 1.700 131 12C !:.'
Ot Northern pfd.. 1,600 90 99 ' 8
Ot. N. Or ctfs.... 1100 .32 31',, 31'
Illinois Centrsl 96
Inspiration Copper 4,400 16 64 Vi t,
let M. M. pfd.... 15.600 103 100
Int Nickel 1,700 21 . . 28", 28
Int Paper 1.100 43H 40i 40
K. C. Southern.... 100 IIH It, 18
Konneoott Copper 1,400 8414 33,. 33
Louisville A Nssh too 117 117 11
Maxwell Motors... ..... 178
Mex. Petroleum..., 4,00 tt. 17 97to
Miami Copper ..... ..... 29 Vi
Missouri Pac...... 1,800 24 13 - tifr
Nevada Copper..,. 600 21 Vk 20V 21
N. T. Central 100 74 73 72
N T N. H. A H... 18,100 441 41 41
Norfolk A Western 100 106 106 103 '
Northern Paclflo.. 1,000 It I5H 15V
Paotfle Mall ..... toy ;
Paclflo T. T fo
Pennsylvsnla 1,400 44V, 41 44
Pittsburgh Coal... TOO ISVi tl tl V
Ray Con. Copper.. too 16 Vi It 16
Reading 11,600 to IT 17
Rep. Iron Steel.. 1,700 II 17 . 67 V4
Shattuek Arls. Cop.. ITU
Southern Paclflo... 1,000 16Vt 14 83
Southern Railway. 1,100 14 H 23V
Studebaker Corp.. 1,100 44 41 43
Texas Co..... 1.200 164 .162 15m
Union Pacific 1.100 114 122 112
V. S. Ind. Alcohol 11,100 114 131 132
U. S. Steel 107,100 110 Vi 101 101 ,
V. S. Steel pfd.,.. 700 110 110 lit
Utah Copper...... 1,100 II. 11 1
Wabash pfd . . i 11
U' t-.M TTmImw .. ' SI
Weettngton Else.. 1,601 44 41 41
Total salsa for th day 126,000 sharet.
New Tork Money Market, '
New Tork, May 11. Mercantile Paper
Four snd six months, ( per cent
Sterling Sixty-day bills, 14.71: "com
msrclal 60-day bills on banks. 14.71; con
merclal 10 -day bills, 14.71; demand
14.7641; cables. 14.76 T-lt.
Francs Demand. 5.71! cable,, 16.69
Guilders Demand, 4te; cables, 4tc
Lire Demand, $8.07; cables, 19.05.
Rubles Dsmand, llc; cables, 14c, nom
inal. Silver Bar, 190! Mexican dollars; TTo ;
Bond Government irregular; railroad, -'
Time Leans Steady; It and tt days, I
06 per cent; six months, t per pent bid.
Csll Money Firm; high. I per centj low,
4V4 per cent: ruling rate, I per cent; clos
ing bid, 4 per cent; offered at t per cent;
last loan, I per cent.
U. 8. is, reg.... ITVi'Ot. N. 1st 4s.. si
U. S. Is, coupon IT !. Cen. ref. 4s., 71 '
U, S. 3s, reg..., tt Int. M. M. 6s.,.. tl
U. S. 3s, coupon tl K. C. 8. ref. 6s.. 79
U. S. Lib. ls tl.ttL. A N. un.. 4s., 18
U. 8. 4s. reg.. 105 M K A T 1st 4s 61
U. 8. 4s, coupon 105 M P, gen. 4e..,, 68
Am. For. Sec s5 86 "Mont, power 6s
Am. T. A T. e. ts 13 N. T. C. deb. ts. . 14 s
Anglo-French 6s 93 N. Pac. 4s 81
Arm. A Co. 4s 86 N. Pao. Is 59
Atchison gen. 4s 91 o: 8. U ref. 4s,; 86.
B. A O. cv. 4s 90 Pao. T. A T. 6s,. 91
Beth. Steel r. ts 81 Penn. con. 4s It
Cen. Leather ts.. tt Penn. gen. 4 89
Cen. Psclttc 1st 80 Reading gen... 4s 84
C. A O. cv. ts.. II S L A S F adj t 66
C, B. A Q., J. 4s t3 8. Pac. cv. Is.. 93
O M A S P a 4s 75 'Southern Ry 6s 12.
C R I A P r 4s.. 17 T. A P. 1st.... 84
C. A 8. ref. 4s 71 U.. Pso. 4 81
D. A R. G. r. 6s tt U. 8. Rubber 6s,. 80
D. of C. ts ('93) 11 V. 8. Steel Is.., 11
Erls gen. 4s.,.. t4Wsbssh 1st... , 14
Oen. Electrlo 6s 91 'French gov. ts tt
Local Weather Record:
HIT. 1916. 1915. 1114.
Lowest lsst night 8 .65 .41
Precipitation 12 .01 .07 . .00
Normal temperatures for today. (4 degrees.
Deficiency In precipitation sloe March
1, 4.89 Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period, iis.
t.lT of an inch. , , ,
Deflcleno.' corresponding period, 1916, 111
Weather Conditions A dlsturbancs, that
was central ever northcentral Nebraska
Tuesday morning, moved eastward across
the upper valleys during the day. Gen
eral rains attended the disturbance; and
sever and destructive windstorms occurred ,
In Kansas, lows and Wisconsin. Ths pre
cipitation In Nebraska wss generally mod
erate, ths heaviest occurring In scattered
localities in ths extreme east portion. Cooler
weather followed the dlsturbancs over th ,
upper Mississippi and Missouri valleys, snd
unseasonably cool wssther prevails through'
out ths upp .- valleys and west this morn.
Ing. Killing frosts occurred in west North
Dakota, north Wyoming and southeast Ore
gon and light frost In South Dakota and
Colorado. Thj dtlook Is for fair weather
In this vicinity tonight and probably Thurs
day, with warmer Thursday. . .. , i
L. A. WELSH, Meteorologist.
New Tork Cotton. ' : ;
Nsw Tork, May 21 Cotton Futures
opened irregular; May. 14.10034c: ' July.
14. 1623. 16c; October. 23.3523.10c; De
cember. 21.14011.12c; January, 11. 14c,
Cotton futures closed easy; May. 21.11c;
July, 13.70c- October. 13.07o; December, 13e;
January. 22.15c; spot cotton quiet; mid
dling, ll.TOe. ' "'V; . Vy-"-:
Metal Market. " "
yw Tork, May 11 Metal exchange
quotes lead firm; spot 17.00O7.15c; spelter,
quiet; Eaat St Louis delivery, spot, 17.11 ,
At London: Spot copper and futures, lilt;
electrolytic, 1121; spot tin and futures
iltO; lead, spot ill lOst futures. Ill its;
spelter, spot 164; futures, 160.
London, May 1 Sliver Bar, 41 7-ld per
Money 1 par cent'
Discount Rates Short bills, 1 par cent;
three months bills, . l-ll per aeat
$25 A Month Grows
Send tot chart showing how I2t a month in
vested in N. T. Stock Exchange Securities
grew to 8,116.8. Larger or smaller monthly ,
ssvlngs produce similar profitable returns.
KRIEBEL & CO., Investment Banker
137 South La Sella Street. Chkage.
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