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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, MAY 24. 1918.
' Every day enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, atenotypy. typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer.
etel and English branches. Catalogue frea.
- BOYLES COLLEGE.
Bouglea 1HK 18th and Barney Sta.
FOR RENT ROOMS
. ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
. 11 yon fall to And the room you .
-daetre among tbeae ada call at The
Baa office for a Room List. Olvee
omplete description of vacant rooma tn
all parte of tbe city. New Hate Issued
tWO. nicely furnished rooma, with an east
front. Price reaaonable.
T13 8. 17th Ave.
)0il -CASS 2 large, cool, clean rooms (or
employed couple or 1 business girls, real
home to. refined people. Home cooking and
conveniences. Douglas 7934.
LARGE, cool, beautifully furnished room,
en bath - floor, In modern private home.
It 8. 26th Ave.
MODERN furnished rooma for men only at
the Sunshine. (01 North 17th 8C Reasons-able
LINCOLN AiTS. 2102 Chicago. Furnished
housekeeping and sleeping rooms. Tyler
KICELT furnished rooms in brick apart
. . ment; reasonable. 2213 California. Red
TWO furnished rooms for one or two; rea
. , eon a ble; breakfast It desired. Walnut
DESIRABLE clean place for man who
" wishes Inexpensive room on Id floor. 650
8, 26th St.
2114 CAPITOL AVE. Clean, cosy, front
room; lat fl.; all furnished. Harney 6350.
NICE large room, quiet surroundings, $3 a
week. 2632 Harney St. Harney 6955.
GBAYSTONE, 25th and Cess, nicely fur.
nlihed rooms. Douglas 7934.
FURNISHED ROOM, 1815 Chicago. Phone
O. 8219: men only.
FURNISHED room for rent, 843 S. 23d St.
ONE front room furnished complete, on
ground floor, 2418 Cass.
'j.091 PARK. AVE. 3 or I rooma, newly fur
nlahed, clean and cozy. Harney 5610.
.WELL FURNISHED ROOM In private
family In Weat Farnam. Harney 1869.
IRT CLEAN and nicely furnished house
keeping rooma near Leavenworth and
Farnam ear and the boulevard. Private
home. Reaaonable. Harney
VERT attractive furnished rooma to couple,
all modern conveniences, shower bath,
sleeping porch. Id good location. Wal.
NICE, cosy, convenient southwest room for
bousekeeplng, on 2d floor; modern, with
clothes closet; washing privileges; no
children. 680 B. 26th St.
ENTIRE upatalra reaidence. Three large
rooma and bath; modern, except h at
$13. 1811 Corby St. Webster 6755.
LARGE cool and neatly furnished three
room suites. Private home; also garage.
1819 CASS Nicely furnished light house
keeplng room with running water in
room. Telephone Tyler Z4,
PARLOR floor suite, all conveniences, walk
ing distance: first class, 84. 604 S. 28th.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent. 2013
. Harney. -
TWO cool suites of housekeeping rooma;
reasonable; walking distance. Doug. 8939.
THREE unfurnished rooma, ft a month.
.- 3679 Pierce St. Call Harney 7008.
.-. . Hotels.
COOL rooms, 82 week; also apartmenta with
kitchenettes, Ogden hotel. Co. Bluffs.
WANTED Man and wife want board and
room with private family near N. 24th or
Florence car llnea preferred. Box 7708.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
. LA TON A APARTMENTS.
Close lh; every convenience; best of ser
vice. Call at 641 So. ,24th St. Phone
FOUR nicely furnished rooms, private bath,
use of laundry. Call Colfax 70 or
THOROUGHLY modern furnished 6-room
bungalow In most desirable section for rent
'. during the summer months; no children;
only responsible parties need apply; Wal.
FURNISHED home, 820 N. BOth Ave.. Dun-
. dee. Phone Walnut 1252.
I.ROOM COTTAGE for rent Call after.
noons. 1611 California.
- , HANSCOM PARK COTTAGE.
West 8lde, 6-r., all modern, 2605 8. 4th
Ave. Lot 62x132, fine shade trees, large
garden; lot. etc.; 2 blocks from car;
fine neighborhood and a reel bargain for
' (2,860. Sea Owner, 3323 Arbor St.
' BEVen-ROOM, all modern. 106 ' South
'- , Bth St. $45. John J. Mulvlhill. Realtor,
.200 Brandels Theater Bldg., phone Doug-
.'-laa -96. ;
' DUNDEE SUBURBS Six-room modern
... bungalow, garage, 30; reference required.
i Harney 3133.
. l MODERN 10-room residence; keys on
premises. 2601 Capitol avenue. Telephone
. SEVEN-ROOM house. Hot water heat,
walking distance. HarneyQ49.
1013 Grace St., 8-r. mod. house. .120.00
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO..
' 16i South 18th Bt. Douglas 722.
PARTIES having nouses for rent or sale In
th. neighborhood of a Basket Btore will
.do. well to mention this advantage to the
'prospective renter or buyer. '
8 kOOM house, modern except heat, wltb
small garage, 316. 2811 Burdette.
1 l-ROOM cottage, water and giT 231
8. 21st St. . .
' l-ROOM HOUSE 1613 Dorcas St.
DElGHTFUL summer accommodations.
Since desirable houses and apartments are
- so tllfficult to find, why not live at Wel-
llhgton Inn for the summer? Very low
rates on rooms and suites. .
' ' Miscellaneous.
IstlCALIFORNIA ST., 8 rms J30
.3.621 -Jackson St., 7 rms $37.50
6003 California St., T rms 866
Tyler 1636f 333 Securities Bldg.
1623 CUMING ST., 4-r. mod. apt.. $22.50.
191 N. 17th, 6-r. mod. apt, $27.50.
, 1621 Capitol Ave.. 8-r mod. home, $26.
RASP BR08., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
1568 Douglas, rooming house $33.00
1616 Sherman Ave., rooming house. .$33.00
JOHN N. FRENZER. Douglas 634.
" IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
-V CREIGH SONS CO.. BEE BLDG
LlS'f your property for rent or sale wltb
- FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtora Tyler 729.
, thopeo Co.. Rtela Douglas 4228.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
. ' LAST APARTMENT LEFT
"' I the new, fire proof College Terrace,
'choice, outside exposure; three rooms with
a-room accommodations, 340. See Janitor
apartment No. 1, southeast corner 23d and
. i- California or call Osborne Realty Co..
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof: fine lawn and
flowers during eummer: beat location, 24tb
and Farnsm. Prlcea reasonsble. Call D
PETERS TRUST CO.
Speelaltlsts In Apartment management
lb. sublet. 5-room apartmet. . No. i. The
Portland; 'Park avenue ana i,eavenwor.a.
Phone Harney 8066.
X IZARD PALACE BLOCK Close In, few
equal: 4 -room apartment: also 4-room
flat, Apply 129 XT. 23d. mono ilea 4Z3Z,
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
4-ROOM, corner apt., second floor, screened
porcn. moaem, tl. Apt s, jnarion; -room
and aun room, new, corner. Apt 3,
staple i.ourc uo. lltn ana mapie. rten
ONE pleasant 4-room ground floor apart-
ment; also 4-room apartment oa upper
floor. Telephone Webster 333 and Web-
MODERN, Estabrook Apts.. near poatofflce.
i . t. Kj. r. stepping, m ijnicago
n II l) l" I . ... i . , , .TMn heat
.11 I.UII lUlUll (1.1. auuvi H v . . '
i $12 Key 2601 Corby. Webster 6756.
DELIGHTFUL summer eccommodatlone
Since desirable houses and apartmenta
ara so difficult to find, why not live at
Wellington inn for the summerT Very
low rates on rooma and suites.
2 ROOMS with 3-room accommoda
tions tn the Coronado, 22d and
Capitol Ave 333.80
4 rooma. "The Hudson." 207 S. 26th
Ave. , 20.00
BENSON & MEYERS CO.. Realtors.
424 Omshn Nut Bunk Bldg. Doug. 746.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
STORE FOR RENT loth and Douglaa. 20x
SO. steam heat, rent 3116 per month.
WORLD REALTY CO..
Douglas 6342. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN store, lth St.. near P. O. Low
rent. fl I. Stebbtns. 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
THE Bee building has offices that will
please you. Belter Investigate. Key
atone Investment Co.. Tyler 131.
MOVING AND STORAGE
SERVICE IllUlill J.
16TH AND JACKSON. DOUG. 288,
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING.
FRFK RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
METROPOLITAN VAN e STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St., between
16th and 16th. Phone Tyler 3400. Have
your moving handled Just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's the way
we do It. Ask to see our dally rental lists.
Separate locked rooma for household
gooda and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 S. 16th. Douglas 4168,
Globe Van and Storage Co.
r or rwa.1 service in movim. paxin$j mu
torlnf call Tyler 830 or Douglai 4838.
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; carefut men. Fur-
niture pack., storage. 1417 Chicago. D-3354
Jn T3 T? J?T Expresa Co., Moving,
. Kj. JXCjLjLJ packing and Storage,
. 1207 Farnam St Web. 2748. Doug. 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Buy a Home in Beautiful
Bemis Park District
1314 N. 36th St. This 1s a good. 2
atory, 8-room, modern house, first-class
condition, having living room, dining
room, kitchen, pantry and Ice boi room,
let floor; three largo bedrooms and barn
2d floor; paved street and ornamental
lighting System throughout the district.
Price low for Quick sale.' But make
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
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 BLDd.
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 email garage. Here Is a splendid home
in a desirable location, priced right. Call
OSBORNE REALTY CO,
701 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
SIX-ROOM H0M8, half block from en
trance to Field club. Beautiful location.
Telephone owner. Harney 1116.
WANTED To rent or sublease, strictly
modern two or three-room apartment In
refined neighborhood. Call Harney 870.
5-R. COTTAGE, $3,750
Located at 2453 Hartman Ave., one
block west of 24th St. car line, where
the houses are All new; has large com
biantion living room, with alcove, and
dining room finished in oak; well ar
ranged kitchen and two nice sleeping
rooma and bath on first floor; first
class plumbing throughout; electric
light and gas; furnace heat; corner lot;
small payment down, balance about the
same as rent. House now vacant ready
to move Into. See us about It at once.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60.
BEAUTIFUL NEW 6-R. BUNGA
LOW. CHOICEST LOCATION,
$800 DOWN. PRICE $4,200,
Built for a home; 5 large rooms and
bath first floor; choice oak finish; one
large bed room second floor. You must
see this to full appreciate. Strictly mod
ern. Call Tyler 496.
OSBORNE REALTY CO,
701 Orraha Nafl Bank Bldg. Tyler 488.
36 1 SS H E R M AN AVE
Well built. 6 large rooms and bath, Oak
finish, ftrlrtly modern, elegantly deco
rated, paved street, on CRr line, a good
rlose-ln buy. See me for price and terms.
. . TEBBENS (Realtor),
605 Omaha National Bank.
Nlt'E 4-room house, city water and elec
tricity. . Cheap for quick sale. Good
neighborhood. See this today.
6-R. JIOD. house in Lothrop school district.
For only $2,850.
W. H. GATES.
647 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. D. 1294.
NEW 6-room bungalow, never been occupied.
Electric lights, city water. 4552 North
Sixteenth street. Price $2,200. Will take
In lot or auto. Douglas 3840, Colfax 4193.
WE SELL. Rent. Insure and make Loans
un City property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO,
24th and Ames Ave Col. 217.
MlNS I. UK A 'homes and lots offer the
best opnortunlty to Invest your money
Phone Tvler 1X7
ONLY $2,600. Two cottage; one 6-room and
one 4-room, good condition. Live In one
and rent the other. Paving all paid. Will
make (erms to suit purchaser. Located
2433 8. 20th St. Norris & Norris. 104 N.
16th St.. Phone Douglas 4270.
CLOSE IN BUNGALOW.
PRICE ONLY $3,100.
Five rooms and bath, strictly modern;
oak finish; close to Crosstown car line;
$760 down and $30 per month. A Bargain.
OSBORNE REALTY CO,
701 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
5-ROOM HOUSE, newly decorated; not very
old: facea f'ontenelle park: city water and
electricity; can be handled at $25 down
and balance monthly. Will show any
6-ROOM cottage, two blocks from car,
full lot, $2,000. Terms, $300 cash, balance
$20 per month.
BENSON AND CARMICHAEL
842 Paxton Block.
FOR RENT AND BALE.
BOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
PORTER ft 8HOTWELL.
202 8. 17th St Douglas 6011.
HOME "AND HOM"FiS1TES.
PATNE INV. CO,
637 Omaha Nafl Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1781.
FOR SALE OR RENT Five acres with
four-room house, garden nearly all in.
Mr. Pallas, 4134 Wirt Kt, Benson
W. FARNAM SMITH CO,
Real Eatet ut Insurance.
Ill ruum 81 Dmg. 1M4.
REM ESTATE B'net Pr'pty
WB 'WILL buy your home or business
property and pay caah.
H. A. WOLF CO
BUSINESS property and Investment.
A P. TUKET and SON.
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
Income, Bualneaa and Trackage. Specialist
16th and Dodge 81a Dooglas 416-
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
NEARLY NEW 5-room mod. cottage, 2 lots,
clear, exch. on 3 or 4 improved aaree; rail
Jir. Browne. Tyler 1672. '.'
INTER-STATE REALTY CO..
913-14 City Nat l.
STOCK of hardware' harneas. Implements;
seventy-five hundred, building twenty,
five hundred. Want western Nebraska
land, near, give legal numbers for reply.
F. C. Worrell, Mlnden. Neb.
NICE corner lut 50x150. Two blocka to car
line; clear and taxeajpald. Abstracts to
date. Will trade for food automobile or
two cheap car. Phona Tyler 21SS.
two chea p car. PhonS Ty I
$5,600 equn In choice bit aection Rose
, bud Ian for or S-room modern Omaha
residence or small Iowa farm. Addresa
owner, 40(1 So. id Bt, Norfolk. Neb.
GOOD Omaha residence property to e
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease. 211 Bran. Th. Bldg.
WILL trade 320 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 Sta. A.
J. WLIer. 1103 S. 62d St. Phone Wal
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
$1 DOWN, $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE SLATER CO
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
7-R. Modern, Garage, Cor
ner Lot, $4,650
7-room modern home; living room,
dining room, den, kitchen 1st floor;
bedrooms, bath and sleeping porch Id
floor; floored attic; oak finish; corner lot;
garage; 2 blocks to car line. This is the
beat buy In Dundee for the money. Rea
aoanble terms. Call us for an appoint
ment. J. L. HIATT CO.,
QAAFIP.ST NATIONAL PHONB Q
JUUbANK BLDG. TYLER OO
Dundee Colonial Home
$6,160 buys an attractive, well con
structed, 2 -story, (-room and attic,
modern home, colonial architecture, with
tiled front vestibule, coat cloaet, central
hall, large living room with brick tire
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.
T rooms, practically new, consisting
of the regulation living room arrange
ment on first floor, finished In oak; 4
dandy good bedrooms, finished In white
enamel; tile bath and vestibule; full
basement, excellent furnace. Owner
leaving the city. This Is an exception
ally well constructed house and can be
handled on reasonable terms. Beauti
ful shade trees. Quick action required.
GLOVER & SPAIN, ,
Douglas 2162. 111-20 City National.
HIGH and alghtly Dundee: lota, $676 to
$1,160. Easy terms. Loan arranged for
building purposes. Pbone D. 6074. Shuler
& Cary, Realtors.
SIX rooms, all modern, oak floors, two
years old, one block to car lne, four
blocks north of Mlna Lusa; chicken
house, lot and garage; lot 80x160 feet;
set in young fruit; thla Is an exceptional
bargain at $3,000. 3104 Webster St. Tele
phone Florence 603.
ACRES HALF ACRES.
In Caldwell's Acres, 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 aeveral good reliable buyera for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows wltb
$300 to $600 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 498. 701 Om. Nat- Bank Bldg.
WANTED Modern flat, value $30,000 to
$40,000. Address P. O. Box 473, Onawa, la.
MEET me at F D Wead's Office
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WE want 100 mortgagee on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.,
638-40 Keellne Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg. Douglas 1632.
DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OK MORE.
One dollar atarts an account.
OMAHA LOAN ft BLDG. ASSOCIATION.
ri C7 FARM LOANS,
PAUL PETERSON. 72
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1014 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 271$.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6, 64 and Per Cent
Jf. H. DUMONT CO., Keellne Bldf.
512 HARISON ft MORTON.
119 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg, 18th and Farnam Sta.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co, Omaha.
SHOPEN ft COMPANY. Douglaa 4228.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG. 212 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excuralon to McOehee, Ark.
W 8 FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
FOR SALE 400 acrca Baldwin county,
Alabama, land, all titled. In center
county, near Loxley. 13i-st farming dis
trict In south- Three nitles out. Fifteen
acres oranges, full crop this year. Fifteen
acres perana of three different varletlea.
Well fenced. Good house. Good north
ern barn. Concrete foundation. Good
well. Full set farming Implements. Sell
quick at $9,000.
WESTERN BOILER PIPE COMPANY.
200 ACRES Iowa farm, Improved. good
'house and barn. Cash price $135 per acre.
Want good mortem home aa payment.
Good terms on balance. Writ Box 642,
Murray, la. ..
40, 60 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVY
soil; well settled part of Todd county.
Minn.; good. roads, schools and churches.
Price $15 to $22.60 per acre; terms $1 an
acre caal balance $1 an aero a year;
6,000 acres to select from. To actual set
tlers who w.U pu'. up buildings and improve
'land we will give deed and take mort
gage back for full purchase prlco for 6 or
10 years, 6 per cent Interest. Schwab Bros.,
1028 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a.,
including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi tail, Rylander. 864 Omaha, JJat'L
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
MISSOURI $10 and down, $6 monthly, buys
40 acres good farm and fruit land near
town, southern Missouri. Price only $20C
Box 85, Mt. Vernon. Ill
FOR SALE Judith basin land; 280 acre
level land. mile from Stanford; 174
acres in wheat, all fenced; running water.
$75 per aero. Stanford Ranch Co.. Stan
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARK SURE
INVESTMENTS. For beat landa at beat
prices wrl'e Geo. Amlll. Blair. Nen.
WRITE m for pictures and prlcea my farms
and ranches in good Old Dawea County.
Arab L. Hungerford, Crawford. Neb.
MUST SELL my two farms. Writ Owner,
Bx 476. Burwell. Neb.
. Equipped 100 Acre Farm
With Retail Milk Route
On main road, only 14 mile to town;
fertile cropping fields, brook -wa tered
paature, estimated 400 cords wood; lO.OOu
feet timber (H mil to aaw mill), 160
- maple trees, augar houae. pans; neat
room houae, good barn, silo, ice house,
etc.; owner In ether business; Includes
pr. young horses 8 good oows, 2 heifers.
-bull, mower, plows, harrows, cultlvstors.
sprayer, potato digger, wagons, pung, hot.
ties, to all for $4,200, part down; de
tails page 8, Strout's Catalogue: your
copy free. E. A. Strout Farm Agency,
Pepf. 3072. 206 S. 18th St., Omaha Neb.
RANCHES of all aiaes and kinds', easy
terms. A Patsman. $01 Karhach Rlk.
CHOICE FARVS Vllason. 428 Rose Bldg
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't Hat your farm with us if you
want to keep It.
K. P. SNOWDEN ft SON.
610 Electrlo Bldg Douglaa 9371.
WANTED 20.000 acres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Muat be first-class
farm land. Improved 'or unimproved. Ad
dresa Box Y 4S7. Omaha Bee.
Horses -Live Stock Vehicle!
FOUR head good work horses, all sound
and in good condition, weighing from
1,160 to 1.460. G. E. Harding Coal Co.,
28th and J. South Side, Omaha.
FOR SALE On team of gray horses. 6
yeara old, weight 1.600 and straight.
Jones Transfer Co., 14 No. Main St.,
Council Bluffs, Iowa
FOR SALE 10 Holsteln cows and heifers.
Apply F. C Bliss, 154 Exchange Bldg.,
HOLSTEIN cow for sale. Inquire David
Menagh. 118 Farnam St.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
2.000 DAY-OLD chicks, Rocks, Reds, Or
pingtons, Leghorns. Webster 1708. 2211
BARRON S. C. W. Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing af.er May 20, $4 per 100. Mrs. M.
W. Saxton, Decatur, Neb.
RHODE ISLAND RED eggs for setting.
8112 Burt St. Harney 288S.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by th Bualneaa Men ot Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes security.
$40, 6 mo.. 11. goods, total, $8.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts. proportional rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
4 32 Securities Bid g., 16th. Farnam. Ty. 866.
Loans or diamonds and jewelry.
10 smaller loans. oct
j- 10 w. c flatau est. 1811. o
6th flr. securities bldg. ty. 160.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Prlvat loan booths. Harry
Malashorfc. 1614 Dodge. P. 6618. Est. 1661.
$25 to $35
We are offering for sale several
quarter sections 'and one-half sec
tions of good, level, black loam soil,
located close to town and railroad,
in South Dakota, east of the Mis
souri -river, from $25 to $35 per acre
that will grow good corn, alfalfa,
wheat, oats, speltz and barley; also
heavy grass and where you find
many good farms adjoining. This
land will surely increase in value
this year and is no doubt the best
place to buy land at the present
time. See us about it at. once.
Terms caiu be arranged very easy
at the present time and a good, safe
place to invest some money.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phon Tyler l.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Peter J. Selzle and wife to Minnie E.
Neale, Poppleton avenue, 120 feet
east of Twenty-second street, north
elde, 40x168 ., f 1.TB0
Omaha Loan and Building association
to Morris Mlnken et al, Eighteenth
Street, 200 f6et south of Sprague
street, east side, 40x125 1,400
Emma Umsted to George B. Thum
mel and wife. Vane street, 121.6 feet
west of Twenty-eighth avenue,
north side. 62x100 ,itt
Vogel Investment company to Joseph
T. O'Rourke, Twenty-fourth street,
40 feet south Of B street, east side,
Joseph M. Stevenson and wife to
Ouy D. Solomon, southesst coroner
Thirty. flrBt snd King street,
Elbert A. Holslngton and wife to
Jesse I.. Schults et al, Newport
street, 169.5 feet west of Twenty
eighth street, north sld. 42x120.. 4,800
Peter Gravert and wife to Bernard
H. Post, northwest corner Military
avenue and Maple street, irregular
Murray E. Blair and wife to Mollle
M. Travis, Plnkney street, 172.6 feet
west of Twenty-fourth street, south
side, 40x90 2.925
Martha Stone Adams and husband to
Charles A. Masnuson, Mason street,
116 feet west of Thirty-eighth
street, north side, 40x112 4,200
Alex o. Oustafson and wife to Van
Brunt Automobile company, north
east corner Forty-ninth and De
catur street, 60x125 490
Trueman B. Barnes and wife to
Samuel H. Ackerman, Franklin
street, 120 feet east of Thirty-sixth
George K. Conrey snd wife to Loy
A. English, northeast corner Thlrty
elgth and Spauldlng streets,
Irenaeus ffhuler and wife et a I to
Ernest W. Richardson, Fifty-third
afreet, 250 feet north of Howard
street, west aide, 60x118 1.600
Rose M. Acken and husband to Anna
M. Burke. Newport avenue. 295.6
feet west of Twenty-eighth avenue,
north aid. 42x120 .3
Edward T. Heyden and wife to
France Buttery. Thirty-fourth
street. 600 feet north of Rargnf,
east side. Irregular appr., 400x400. 2,000
Niels Serlnsen and wife to Tony
Marflsl et al, nnrthesst corner-Twentv-thlrd
and Bancroft streets.
timet S. Redlck to John R. Beckett,
northeast corner Thirty-seventh and
X streets, 131x160 600
The George Nugent Home for Baptlats
to Zella Berks, Eighteenth street,
4 feet north of Caatelar atreet.
east side, 47x102 .' 1,069
David K. Buck and wife to Arthur
Graff, Twenty-seventh street, 84
feet south of Manderson street,
street, west side, 42x67 ............ 1,11
OMAHA LIYE STOCK
Cattle Steady to 10 Cents
Lower; Hogs Suffer Big
Slump; Sheep Sell at
Omaha. May 23, 121$.
Receipts wers: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday .00 6,777 6,674
Official Tuesday 13.061 14,706 6. 142
Official Wednesday .. I.ItT 16.442 7,474
Estimate Thursday ... 4.000 17.600 $.600
Four daya thla week .11.027 6T.T2T 24,661
Same daya last week. ti.636 21,l
Same days 2 wks ago.Jl.0J5 65,325 24.s2
Same daye 2 wka ago.26.994 6.02 - 26.663
Same days lsst year.. 17.181 46.660 1.110
Receipts and disposition ef live stork at
the Union atock yarda. Omaha, for 14 hours
ending at t p. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. 8hep.
CM. St. P 7 11
Union Pacific 41 7 t
Missouri Paclflo 4 1 I
C. N. W , east 10 7 1
C. N. W , weat 30 7t 2
C., St. P.. M. 0 13 3 3
C B. A Q , eaat 16 (
C, B. A Q , weat '.. 10 3 4
C R. I. A P., eaat 17 4
C R. T A P.. weat 1 1
Chicago Great West...... Ill
Total receipts 163 151 15
Cattle. Hoga. Shesp.
Morris A Co 663 3,126 612
Swift A. Co 753 2.0 2.044
Cudahy Packing Co.. 0 4.246 2.656
Armour Co 661 4.64.1 1,166
J. W. Murphy 1,100'
Lincoln Packing Co... 73
S O. Pack. Co 4
Wilson Packing Co.. ISO
F. B. Lewis 235
J. B. Root A Co 1
.1. H. Bulla 1
Rosenstock Bros 6 , .
F. G. Kellogg 34
Werthelmer Degen 74
Sulllvsn Bros. 23
Rothschild ft Krebs. 8
Mo. A Ksn. Calf Co.. 4T
Huffman 6 ,.
Baker, Jones 8.... 6
Banner Bros 26
John Harvey 283
Dennis Francis.... 12
Jensen Lungren... 23 .....
Other buyers 676 13
Total 1,007 14.437 6.143
Cattle Th market with 4.000 head ef
cattl. or 168 cars, on sale, making receipts
31.000 for ths four days, ss compared with
26,000 a week ago and 27,200 the corre
sponding week a year ago. Quality of the
offerings waa common today, including not
many beet steers, and early trading waa
slow and around steady to 10s lower. Choice
beeves are selling anywhere from 117.00
17.60, fair to good grades from $16,004)
16.75, and frorfl that on down. A com
pared with a week ago, th steer market
is 25076c lower, the medium and commoner
kinds showing the largest decline. Yesr
llnga have been In heavy supply all week
and trading on a ctch-a-ratch can order
showing a decline anywhere from 60o to
$1.60 from a week ago. flood to choice
yearlings sre quotable from $15. 00 16.00,
fair to good from $12. ooiff 14.60 and the
common to fair from 18. 50011. 60. Butcher
atock was holding around steady this morn
ing and around 60"6o lower for th week.
Good rowa are quotable from $11,000
11.60, while cannera are generally quotable
from $7. 60l. 76, Bull are sharply lower
for the week and quotable from $5.60 Jp
13.60, the bologna types snd hesvy beef
bulls showing a decline of 60676c. Veal
calves are generally ateady today and
steady for the week, quotable from $(.009
Good to choice beevee, 117. 17.50; fair tn
good beevea, $16.16916.T5; common to fair
leaves, $12.26t14.A0; good to choirs year
lings. $16.76916.76; fair to good yearlings,
$14. 0015. 60; common to fair yearlings,
IP 6014.00; good to choice heifers, $12,760
14.60; good to choice cows, $12.00 18.50;
fair to good cows, $9.7511.75; cutters,
$8.7513)9.76; cannera, $7.60f 8.60; veat calves,
$9.001S.00; bologna bulls, $8.60910.00;
beef bulls, $10.00012.75; prim feeders,
$13.00913.00; good to choice feeders, $10,269
II. 75; fair to good feeders, $(.0091000;
good to choice stockera, $10.00912.00; fair
to good stockers, $8.7699.76; common to
fair grades, $7.6098.60; stork heifers, $8.60
910.60; stork cows. $7. 60910.00; stock
Hogs There were 254 loads of hogs re
ceived her- today estimated at 17,800 head,
making the total for the four days this
week 67,727 head. Hogs suffered a big
slump today. The market opened 10c to
15c lower and continued to weaken through
out the entire session, rinsing fully 20 to
25a lower then yesterday. The bulk of
sales were (16. TI to $16.65, tops only reach
Sheep Sheep receipts today amounted to
24 loads, estimated at 6,600 head, making
th total tor th four days thl week
24,(61 hesd. There Is not a great demand
for the wooled offerings now arriving and
these lambs ara selling at steady to weaker
prices. Some more shorn Mexicans war
Included in todsy's receipts and brought 15c
above yesterday's price selling at $16.75,
the better quality of shorn lambs brought
10O higher figures than yesterday and the
commoner kind aold about ateady. The
general market early was lOo higher.
She ,i quotations: Good to choice lambs,
$1.2691.80; fair to choice lambs, $17.60
916.00; fair to choice yearlings, $16.00
17.60; fair to choice wethers, $14.60916.50;
Mr to choice ewes, $12.00913.00; spring
lamba. $16.00 911.00.
No. Av. Price.
268 spring lambs 81 i 25
4 cull lambs (0 12 60
283 Mexican lambs 4$ 14 76
2(2 Mexican lamb 66 II 65
1 clip swe (0 11 00
46 ewes 14 12 00
26 spring lamba 44 IT 60
2 bucks 225 11 00
37 cull ewes 125 13 35
6 cull ewes 102 6 00
$0 spring lambs.... 68 1 00
I clip lamb 106 19 10
Kb Loals Live Stock Market.
8t. Louis, May 11. Cattle Receipt. 1,100
head; market, steady; native beef steers,
III. 60917.60; yearling steers and heifers,
$(.50916.60; cows. $7.50)13.76; stockera
and feeders, 8.6012.00; fair to prime
southern beef steers, f 1 0.00 15.60 : beef
cows and heifers, $6.00913.50; native calve,
Hogs Receipts. 12,600 head; market, low
er: lights. $17.40917.60; pigs. $10.50917.60;
mixed snd butchers, $17.2617.60; good
heavy, $17.20917.40; bulk of sales, 117.209
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 700 head;
market, ateady; lambs, $15.00916.26; ewea,
$16.00917.00; wethers, $16.60917.00; can
ners and choppers, (6.5099.60.
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
Kansas City, May 23. Cattle Receipts,
2,500 head; market steady; prime fed steers,
$16.90917.40; dressed beef steers. $13,009
14.76; western steers, $14.00917.35; cows,
$S.25fl)14.00; heifers, $9.50915.00; stockers.
and feeders. $9.76015.76; bulla, $8.00911.60;
Hogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market,
steady; bulk of sales, (17.1017.!0; heavy,
$17.00917.15; packers and butchera, $17.06
(017.26; light, $17.00917.25; pigs, $17,009
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,500 head;
market, atrong; lambs, $16.25919.80; year
II nits, $14.0063)17.00; wethers, $13.00916.50;
Chicago Live Stork Market.
ChlcsgO, May 23. Cattle Receipts. 13.000
head; market, weak; native steers, $10.40
17.60; stockers and feeders, $9.25913.25;
oows snd heifers, $7.2514.75; calves, $8.00
Hogs Receipts, 33,000 head; market,
weak; 1015o under yesterday's average;
bulk ot sales, $17.35917.75; light, $17.35
17.80; miked, (17.O517.80; heavy, (16.35
17.60; rough, (16.35911.75; pigs, (14.76
Sheep snd Lambs Receipts. 11.000 headi
market, firm; aheep, (9.70914.75; lamba;
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City, May 23. Cattle Receipts. 1.
600 hesd; market slow and steady; beef
steers, $12.00(317.75; fat cowa and heifers,
$9.00914.00; canners. (7.2598.60; Blockers
and feeders, $9.O012.00; calves. $8.00
13.00; bulls, stags, eta. $9.00912.50; feed
ing cows and heifers, (760 9 10.60.
Hogs Receipts, 9,000 head: market 6o to
10c lower; light, (16.9S017.1O; mlxe.d
(16.80914.(5; heavy, (16.70916.60; pig,
(16.00917.75; bulk of sales, (16.80917.06.
Sheep snd Lambs Receipts, 100 head;
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
David E. Buck and wife to Carl R.
Hersmeer, southwest corner Twenty-seventh
and Manderson streets,
42x67 ..- 6,100
Dora Ellis tc Mabel Lunnqulst, Forty
second street. 100 feet south of
Ixard itrtet, west side, (0x100.... 1,100
Corn Steady to 2 Cents Low
er; Oats Off One to One and
a Half Gents; Barley
Omaha. May 31, 1(1$.
Carlot receipts of grain In th locl mar
ket were (( cars, compared with IT cars
yesterday. Wheat receipt were ( ears;
corn. 41 cars, and oats, 19 can. No rye
or barley showed up.
Cash corn showed a weakening tendency.
th pot ranging from unohanged to to
lower, practically all of th offering being
discounted lo and ie, with k vary few cars
selling at yesterday's figures. Good safe
corn wss In active demand, while th poorer
graaea went slowly Arrival war again
exceptionally light, and a moat ot th re
ceipts are elevator shipments from coun
try points to terminal markets, th spot
market 1s left largely to elevator Interests.
Prices In the No. 6 grade were: No. 1
white. 11.6 and $1.70; No. 1 yellow. $14$
and $1.(4; No. 1 mixed. 11.61 and 116.1.
Oats followed In the decline, selling oft
generally 1 and me. the bulk ot th com
mercial gradea aelllng off a rent, while th
lower grades showed sn additional o loss.
Noa. 1 snd 1 white est sold at
7(H. snd th No. 1 whit at 74 He No.
4 whit and sample grade oat cold at 74c
and 72Hc respectively.
On car ef barley, carried over from yea-
terday, grading No. 3, brought $1.25. Th
Inquiry for this cereal ws rather slow.
Clesrsnres were: Wheat and flour equal
to 46.000 bushels; corn none; oat. 10.000
Primary wheat receipts were 237.0OO bush
el and shipment 62,000 bushels, against
receipts of (20,000 bushel and shipments of
1,(76.000 bushels laat year.
Primary com recelpte war 867,000 bush
el and shipments (34.000 bushels, against
receipts of 481 ooo bushels and shipments
of 474,000 bushels last year.
Primary oata receipts were 474.000 bushels
snd shipments (77,000 bushels, sgalnst re
ceipts of 630.000 bushel and shipment of
693.000 bushel last yesr.
Wheat. Corn. 0ls
Chicago 1 34 (
Omaha 41 19
Kanaas City 4 6( 1(
St. Loul 16 17
These sale wer reported today:
Corn No. 1 whit: 1 ear, (1.71; 1 car.
(1.72. No. 1 whit: 4 car. (1.70; 1 oars,
(l.6(. No. 4 white: 1 oar, (1.64; 1 ear.
(1.62. No. $ white: 1 ear. 11.(4; 1 car,
(1.61. Sample whit: 1 car, (1.11; 1 ear,
(1.06.. No. 1 yellow: I ears, (i.71. No, 1
yellow: 1 car, $1 61. No. I yellow) 1 ear,
(1.64; 1 car, $1.61. No. 4 yellow: 1 ear,
$1.41; 1 car, (1.61. No. yellow, 1 car. (1.45.
No. 1 mixnd: 1 car. (1.63; 1 car. (1.41; 1-1
oar. (1 62. No. ( mixed: 1 ear, $1.46; I
cars, $1.10; 1 car, (1.11. flampl mixed!
1 car. (1.10; 1 car, $1.01.
Oata No. 1 white; 1 ear, Ktte. No. t
white: 1 car, 7 IS Vie. No. 1 whit: I ears,
74 c; 1-1 car, 74He. No. 4 whit: 1 ear,
74c. Cample whit: I ear, 7 Hie. No. 1
mixed: 1 car, 73 toe.
Farley No. 3: 1 oar, (1.26.
W heat No. 2 hard whit: I car. ($.11.
Omaha Ch Price Com t No. I whit,
(1.7291.73; No. I white, (1.6901.70; No. 4
white, $1.6291. 64: No. I white, $1.1$91 64;
sample white, (1.0691-12; No. 1 yellow,
(t.68; No. 1 yellow, (1.6201.64; No. 4 yel
low, (161; No. 6 yellow, (1.46; No. I
mixed. (1.4201.61; No. mixed, (1.1691.41;
sample mixed, (1.0501.10.
sample mixed, (1.06 911.10. Oata: No. t
whit, 17Vie; No. 4 whit. 74o ainpl,
114c Barley: No. 1, (1.16.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Th Bee
by Logan A Bryan, (took and grain brokers,
316 South Sixteenth atreet. Omaha:
Artlcle Open High Low Close Tst.
May 1 40H 1 40H 116H 1 IT 14AU
July 1 41 to 1 43to 18(44 14 140
May 76to 768. 74 76 to 74
July 66 67 ( 66 47
May 41 87 41 67 41 (0 41 10 41 1$
July 42 16 41 16 41 70 41 70 41 II
May 14 17 14 (7 24 10 14 10 14 II
July 14 60 14 IT 24 10 14 10 14 II
July II 70 11 TI 11 10 II I 11 TI
CHICAGO GRAIN AND FROTTSIOITS.
Bearish Sentiment Dominates Trading Corn
Crop P roe peer Bearish factor.
Chicago, May 18. Report that th
amount of replanting neceewary thl year
was under normal did a good deal today
to put the corn market on the down grade.
Price rinsed heavy, 110 off, with
June (1ST and July 11.11 to 11.40. th
Inweat figure this season for each delivery.
Oat declined 92o and provision ll66o.
Corn ranged downward almost th entire
day, but especially during th laat hour.
Currant ' advices Indicated that seed waa
germinating better than had been expected
a result due. It waa said, to unusual ear
In selecting seed and to th excellent eon
dltton the soil ws In to receive the grain.
Bearish sentiment developed also from th
prospect that th movement of corn after
planting Is finished would be large. Bom
authorities maintained In thl connection
that liberal supplies on farm were still the
rule. Favorable weather for the completion
of planting tended likewise totiandicap the
Oats weakened, owing largely to th out.
look for Increased receipts aa soon s corn
planting Is out of the way. Exporters took
100,000 bushels, but later withdrew entirely
from th market.
Provisions gave way with grain and hog.
At time bualneaa waa nearly at a stand
Chicago, May 21. Butter, unchanged.
Kkks Lower; receipts. 20.474 esses:
firsts, 10. 032c; ordinary firsts, 2l3(o;
at mark, cases Included, 29931c.
Potatoes Market higher; receipt, 14
cars; Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota
bulk, (1.0001.10; do, Sachs. l. 1501.25.
Poultry Alive, lower; fowls, !(.
New Yerk Produce.
New Torh, Mey 13. Flour Steady;
springs. $10.7(91126: winters, (10.(6
11 16; Kansas, (10.I09U.26.
Corn Spot, unsettled; kiln dried 'No. 1
yellow, (1.80; No. 4 yellow, 11.70 . I (.,
Oata Spot, weak; natural, II H 828.
Feed Unsettled; barley feed. (31.60; eat
feed. $25. not corn feed meal, $5.00; ry mid
Hay Weak; No. 1, nominal; No. 1,
$1.40; No. I, (1.1001,20; shipping, 70 (0a
Hops Julet; state medium to choice,
1117, 16943b; 1111, nominal, Paclflo coast,
1117, 10922c; 1(11, 14l6c.
Provisions Pork, unsettled: mess, (61.00
51.10; family, (61. 00011.00; hort clear,
Lard Weak: mlddl weat, (54.6034.70.
Tallow Easier; city pclal loose, lTo.
New Tork. May 21. Butter Market,
barely ateady; receipt, . 16,161 tub;
creamery, higher than extra, 44 46c;
sxtraa (91 score), 44c; firsts, 4143too;
packing atock current make. No. 2, 290
Egg Market, irregular; receipts,' 41,741
cases; fresh gathered extras, 26937c; fresh
gathered atorage packed firsts, 34 0 26c;
do, regular packed extra first, 14 36c;
do, firsts, 32 9 240.
Cheese Market, ateady; receipts, 1,201
boxes: state whole milk flat, fresh specials,
23c; do, average run, 22c,
Poultry Alive, firm; rooster, 11;
turkeys, 20c; fowls, 27c. Dressed poultry,
market quiet and unchanged.
Sanaa City Grain Mark.
Kansss City, Mo., May 11. Cera No. 1
i--A II tlMil Cl Vn 4 white. I1.71A
I II I , I.ll I I " ' - " - ' - --w
1.78; No. 1 ysllow, (1.6:01.66; May, 11.11;
Oata No. 1 white, 71c; No. t mixed,
Kansas City, Mo.. May 21 Butter and
Poultry Market unchanged.
Eggs Firsts 10c; seconds, II.
Minneapolis. May 2$. Corn. No. I yel
Oats No. 2 white, 71T3.
Flax (3.9003.92. ,
New Tork, May 21. Coffee Rio No.
7, 8c; futures, steady; July, 7.(3c; October,
New Tork, May 28. Spot coffee, dull; Rio
7a, !c; Santos 4s, 1011C
Bt. Loul Grabs.
St. Louis, Mo., May 23. Corn N. 1,
(1.61; No. 1 white. (1.7I1.80; July, (1.45.
Oats No. 2, 74o; July, (5o bid.
Duluth, Minn., May 21. LInaeed (3.12
3.98; arrive, (3.(3; May, (3.(3 bid; July.
(3.(7 asked; October, (3.68 bid
New York Cot tea.
New Tork. May 21. Cotton closed steady
at a nt declln el II to II point.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Downward Movement Followed
by Spirited Sally in U. 8. Steel
and Other Leaden; Mar
ket Closes Firm.
New Tork, May II Downward readadjust- v
ment of quoted values continued to feature
today' stock markst until ' th last half
hour when a spirited rally in United States
Steel and a few other leader caused a firm
New element entered Into th technlrsl
situation at the eutaet ef th session,
created by the failure of th War board to '
advanc copper price and th more serious
rAnaMerattAlt mfArAmA w a e hlillatlns fr.n
th western battle front. . ,
Rail again expressed th .' Chang In ,
speculative eentlment occaaloned by : th
government' plan of unified control and
bullish ardor Buffered further restraints
from th Washington advice bearing upon ,
Increased war taxes. -
Thea and related factor. Including the ;.
failure of th Baldwin Locomotive, director
to act on th common dividend, gav th ,
abort Interest a pretext to attack th gen. .
etal Hat. which reacted 1 to 1 point In th
several recessions. .
Price wer at their worst In th Utter '
part of th trading, but Steel's vogoroua re
bound from 106 to 104. a net gain of
practically 1 points, served as a naming
to th bears,-who covered urgently. v
The- hrp upswing waa equally effective
In other Industrials and equipments, aleo :
many specie Itles. Including Sumatra Te
la coo. which recorded a new maximum on
li extreme rls of 4 to 134; Colorado
Fuel; Linseed Common and preferred, Cot
ton Oil, Lackawanna Steel and Wilson
Bonda again showed Irregular tendencies,
a very large block of Liberty 4 'is selling at i
th minimum of (7.60. Total sales par '
value aggregated (4. (76,000. . , "
Old United States bonds wer unchanged
on call, but registered 2a and 4 rose , '
per cent and S per cent respectively on
Number of isles and quotations on lnu.
Ing stocks; t;irs nit
Sales, High Lov. Bid.
Am. Reel Sugar... 200 T3 ' 71 ' 7;!
American Can 10.7M 47 45 4C-Y
Am. Car ft Found'y 3.1,00 78 '77 ,s, '
Am. Looomotlve .. 2.000 8 , 46
Am. Smelt. A Ref . , (,joo (1 80 $0
Am. Sugar Ref.... 700 112 112 tl
American T. A T . . 1.800 (9 (7 ' 99
Am. Z. L. A S ... 400 16 It 4
Anaconda Copper.. 14,100 17 45
Alrnlaon 900 16 14 84
AOAWI8SL 1,000 110 101 109
Bait. A Ohio 1,800 14 13 11 '
5' topper.... 1,300 131 113 12.7
Cal. Ptroleum u
Canadian Paclflo... 1,900 141 144 141
Central Leather .. 1,300 ( u (
Che. Ohio ...... 40 I7 lt 17
o ?' n09
$Z.n K tlt-' -m 23 i' 3i
China Copper .... 1.400 14 43 4-14
Colo. Fuel A Iron.. 14.100 i 47 iv
Corn Prod. Ref.... l,mo 42 41 4!
Cruclbl Steel Jo.lOO ,8 ' 6714
Cuba can Hugar.. ' 1.10 81 . 31 jju
Distiller Sec 14.300 61 60 41
Brl .............. -ioo' 11 - 16 IS
General Klectrle.,.. S , m
!l';,.vMoto m " n
Ot. Northern pfej.. 1,10 9( , gt gau "
Ot N. Or etfe.... 1,409 14.10 SI
Illlnol. Central,,.. tllh
Inspiration Copper.. 6.100 14 (3 ' 11 '
Int M. M. pfd.... 11,900 102 M 101
Int, Nickel t 2 28 28 ,
!J't.PiP,r.L-,'M K 39 40
K. C. Southern..,. (09 174 17U jyu
Kennecot Copper.. 1,(00 13 12 31
Loutavlll A Nash 114
Maxwell Motor .... ..... ..u
''". . T " 'ii M "
Miami Copper .... 100 11 19 it
MImouH Paeifl ,.. . Met
Montana Power ....... j
Nevada Copper.... too 11 '10' sou
N. T, Central 1.100 75ti iu. n7
N. T.. H H.... 11.700 41 . 40 4
Norfolk A West.. 800 104 101 ll
Northern Paclflo.. 700 15 llu iiu
paclflo Mall.; ai
Paclflo T. Ar T . . . ! 20U
Pennsylvania .... 1,809 48 48 43
Pittsburgh Coal... 1.600 61 61 ' 61
Ray Con. Copper.. 1,00 1 16 n
5""" 11,(00 (7 66 6T
Rep. Iron A Steel.. 6,400 88 86 88
Shattuok Arl. Copper ., jT
Bouth.rn Paclflo.... 4.100 14 i 83
Stadsbaker Corp.. 1,009 -41 41 42
T Co.... ,ot 1114 l4,5 u,5
UniM. Paeifl......... 11 m no jui,
U. S. Ind Alcohol 6,709 131 111 (lit
ir i '"M.W ! 106 10v
tt n .. - : irr.w ::tz '"' .
... . ,v 4JU' nue, nan . .
Wtah Oopp.r.... 1,400 12 . 814?
..uwn pia b . ,... ..... .,1.,, ''33
Western TJnlon coo at . .i,.7
Weettnghouse Else. I.TOO 44 42 41 J
xotai sale for th day 875,000 (hares.
New Tork Money, c. '
New Tork fev f . . .
- -, j - wvri-.uwi uaper
Four and lx months, I per cent
Sterling 8gty-dy bill. 4.T1; mm.
merclal itv.ie un. ' ., ...
commercial lkty.fly bill; (4.71;. de-
. .... .... . - .
mu, caoies, f.7 f-jfi. . '
r ranee jjemano, 5.71 I Cable, I.T0.
Oullder Demand, 48c cable, 49c. 1
Lira Demand. 19.07; cable. K.Og.
Ruble Demand. llu,. ...hi.. 1,-.
- - - I -"IL, , TV ,
Silver Bar. Ile,
Bond Oovernment. keaw- t-.it,,. 4
easy ' 1 $
Time T.iY,.fa Bleed.,. - . ., . .
" - , -i.i j-M.f,. OTISf
par cent; ninety-days and aix months, I
f Lull, Ullb , . .1 -. . . ' ..j, V
Call money Firm; hlghi I; low,- 4;
last loan, I. .
U. S. 2s. reg... 17'Gt. N. 11 4 II
U. S. Is, coup. 17I. C. rt. I 7l
tJ. ft. 1. rg.... 99 Int. M. M. 6.; (1
U. S. la, Ooupon (9K. C. 8. ref. 6s.. 70 "
V. B. Lib. !a.. (I L. A N. an. 4s -
U.-8. 4s. reg.. 101 M K A T let 4s II -U.
S. Is, roup.. 105 M. Pac. gen. 4s 6
Am. For. See 6s (Mon. Power 6s,, 89
Am. T. A T. . 6 II N. T. C. db... 94
Anglo-French 6 (2N. P. 4 :.:tl
AM A P. t U. m It VT ....! . - I I J
Atchison gen: 4 82 O. fl. L. ref. 4s.1., 81
....... ww, . y " - , , 1 . . , bviiiu n. it, vai
b. m v. c. s s r. t. ft T. 6s. '0
eCt&.V C , . -. . . . ' ... '.
-ecu. niri r. ub n reus. COn-eB.. 99
Cn T-keta R SK . , , ..ay T.
Cn. Paclflo 1st.. 81Readjng gn. 4s 14
v ac v. hi, om , . si nbSIKI US,, ! H
CM B. A )., y 4 (3S. Pae. I.. (3
C M A S P ( 76 Southern Ry I., ti '
C R 1 A P,r 4 I7T. A P. 1st..., II '
C. A 8. ref. 4s 71tTnion Paclflo 4.. 11 ;
D. A ft. O. r. I 85 U. S. Rubber 6s.. 60
D. Of C t (11) tU. & Steel I.. (I
Erie gen. 4.... 14 Wabash 1st.... 11
Oencral Kleo. I lirrench gev.1 11
Bid. .f '
Lftndbn, May S3, Silver Bar', 48d per
Money 2 percent.
Discount Rate Short bills, 1 per cent; -thr
month bills. 1 l-ll per cent' -
- " 1 -' Sv V. .,
. Omaha Bay Mark. - ,
Rclpt of pralrl hay and alfalfa lighter, :
and with th demand improving caused
th market to advance on all grade. Th
better grade of hay and alfalfa U readily
medium grade move slowly.
Choice upland pralrl hay, 111.60; No, 1,
$1. 00011. 00; No. 2, $11.00914.00, No. I. '
(6.9001.00; No. 1 midland, ll.018.0e;
No. I midland, $11.10014.00; No. 1 lowland,
00011.00; No. 1, (7.0008.00; No, I. 6.l
Choice alfalfa, (24.00; No. 1. (19.50021. 60; .
tandard, $16.00ll.00; No. 2, (12.50016.(0;
No. I, 110.60912.00.
Oat straw, (8.0097.60; wheat, (5.0001.16.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruit.
New Tork, May 21 Evaporated Apples
Dull; California, 1416c; state, ,,15
Dried Fruit Prunes Firm; California,
!14c; Oregon, 1214c. Apricots,
Quiet; choice, 17c; antra choice, lie;.':
fancy, 1(0200. Peachea, quiet; standard. ' ,.
11012c; choice, 12914o; fancy, 16 ;
14c. Raisins, steady; looae muscatel, le;
choice te fanoy seeded, 10 lie; aeedle, .
(U; London layer. 12.
St. Joseph Lira Stock.
Bt Joseph, Mo., May 21. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,000 head; market alow and weak;
steers, $12.00017.75; cow and heifers; 17.48
16.00; calve. 17.00912.60.
Hogs Reolpt. 1 000 head; markat
steady; top. 117.25; hulk, (17.00017.20.
Sheep and Lamb Receipt. 809- , head;
market teady; lamb, $16.00911.75; ewa, :
(19.00916.50. . .,, . ,
TarpenUa aal Roeln. -
Savannah, Ok., May 13. Tufpnlln '.-.
Steady; 47c; receipts, 141 bbla; shipment, '
861 bbla; (took, 11,178 bbls. - '
I Rosin Firm; talee, 444 bbla; receipt. 111.
bbls.; shipments, 1,628 bbls.; stooka, 12,341 '
bbla. Quote: B. 1T.660T.4O; D, E. T, O, H,
17.19; I IT.I09T.I51 K. 17.6007.80; U,
(1.17; N, (1.15; WO. (8.55; WW. (877.
New Tork. May 3. Metal 1 xcban
quote lead strong; spot, 17.0007.35; spelter,
quiet. East Bt. Loul dellverv. spirt, 17.12' ,
7.20. At London: Spot copper and futures,
110; lertrolytle, 1125; knot tin. 'tH tu ,
tures, 4365; lead. Spot, 21 10; futures, 21.
10a. spelter, spot, 1 II; iiutiaraa. 164.
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