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REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
3615 SHERMAN AVE.
Wall built, i Urge rooms and bath, oak
finish, strictly modern, elegantly deco
rated, paved street on ear line, a good
elose-ln buy. Be ma for price and terms.
05 Omaha National Bank.
NICE -room house, city water and elec
tricity. Cheap for quick sale. Good
neighborhood. See this today.
i-ft. MOD. house In Lothrop school district
Far only f 1,850.
W. H. GATES,
$4T Omaha Nat'l Bank Bids. D. UK.
NEW 6-room bungalow, never been occupied.
Electrlo lights,, city water. 45(2 North
Sixteenth street Price 12,200. Will take
in loi or auto, pougiaa mo, coirax
E SELL. Rent Inaur and make Loans
on City property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.
14th and Ames A vs. CoL 11T.
JaiNNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Trier 187.
f OR 8ALE On Prettiest Mils, seven-room
modern horn. Call Colfax 1420.
6nLT 11,(00. Two cottages; on 6-room and
on 4-room. good condition. LIv in on
and rent the other. Paving all paid. Will
make terms to suit purchaser. Located
1411 S. 20th St Norrla Norrla, 104 N,
16th St. Phn Douglas 4270.
i 6-R. Stucco Bungalow
Less than yar old; beautifully finished
rn oak and enamel; tastily decorated;
convenient to ear; fine shade trees.
Owner Is leaving town and must sell be
fore June 1. Price 14,660. Easy terms.
I Benson $ Carmichael,
041 Paxtoa Blk.
' Sew. 1TII. Evenings, Walnut 1519.
(ROOM HOUSE, newly decorated; not vary
16 faces Fontenelle park; city water and
electricity can be handled at $26 down
etna balano monthly. Will show any
IJLOOy obltag. two blocks from ear.
Ml tot, $1,000. Terms, $300 cash, balano
I per monut
BENSON AND CARMICHAEL
841 Partoa Block.
X FOR BENT AND SALE.
COTTAGES AND APARTltXMTB.
PORTER A SHOTWELL.
101 8. 17th 8t Douglas 6011.
faOMB AND HOMESITES,
.PAYNB INV. CO.,
Irf Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Pong. 1TI1.
OR BALB OR RENT Five acres with
four-room house, garden nearly all In.
Km Pallas, 6186 Wirt St, Benson.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO,
Real Batata anl Insurance.
UN Farnam St Dona. 1M4.
REAL ESTATE B'ncn Prpty
WB WIU, buy your horn or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO,
aiactrlo Bids'. Tyler It.
fcUBINESS property and investment.
A. P. TTJKEY and SON,
(10 First National Bank Bldg.
iTCAQUB INVESTMENT CO.,
Inoome, Business and Trackage Specialist.
' 16th and Dodge Sts. Douglas 41S.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
ITOCK of hardware, harness, Implements;
seventy-five hundred, building twenty,
tlv hundred. Want western Nebraska
land. Clear, give legal numbers for reply.
F, C worrall, Mlnden, Neb.
rYILL trade or sell three sections In Weld
county, Colorado; will take clear prop
erty or 4ncumbered property with some
cash. Minneapolis Rental company, 106
Palace building, Minneapolis, Minn
eJICB corner lot (0x160. Two blocks tp car
line; clear and taxes paid. Abstracts to
date. Will trad for good automobile or
two cheap ears. Phone Tyler tlH.
400D Omaha residence property to x
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease, 211 Bran. Th. Bldg.
WILL trad 120 acres In Weld County.
Colorado, for Canada land. Frank Craw
ford, Rosetown. Saskatchewan.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
FOR SALS Equity on 1 lot in Lookwood
addition, near (2d and Jackson 8ts. A.
J. Wlaler, 1101 8. (2d St Phone Wal
". . ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
11 DOWN, 11 A WEEK.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
- IMPROVED FARM
Located 8 ft miles west of Benson.
Baa a good 4-room house, barn for 10
head ef cattle and 4 horses; double
orn crib; chicken house, 12x24; all
buildings ar nearly new and nicely
J tainted; hog house; fenced and cross
enced; only 40 feet to splendid well
that has 12 feet feet of water; T acres
in alfalfa; two acres In pasture; small
bearing orchard. This Is a farm that has
been worked by owner and la in splendid
condition and elegant quality of land. If
yea want one of th best little farms
near Omaha, you should be sure and look
this over. Owner will sell crop, stock and
farm machinery and give possession Im
mediately if wanted. Price of farm.
111,000. Coma in and we will take you
at and show yon th property any time.
till Harney S.t Phone Tyler 60.
i-ROOM COTTAGE, large lot, 1 vacant
south front lots, all clear, In Benson i
priced low; will take as part payment a
small truck or touring car. Call Mr.
Browne. Tyler 1072.
(7-R. Modern, Garage, Cor
ner Lot, $4,650
"room modern horn; living room,
dining room, den, kitchen 1st floor; 1
bedrooms, bath and sleeping porch 2d
floor: floored attic; oak finish; corner lot;
; garage; 1 blocks to car line. This la the
best buy In Dundee for the money, Rsa-
- aoanbl tsrma. Call us for an appoint-
J. L. HIATT CO.,
QAA FIRST NATIONAL
W eaa offer a few desirable acre
. tracts in this high class district on
terms of only one-tenth down snd 1
, pr ent of purchase price payable
. monthly. Tracts average from 1 to 1
acres. Buy now for the future. See us
for price and location,.
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756.
' TYTTXTTYE'I T "km T- a t-i
Da1?7. J!".. ,ot Dt" tut Bt " Cum
ing. 60x135 feet; paving all paid. Will
UIO QUlCk ,a'e- wner' wli"t
klGH and sightly Dundee lots, 1876 to
(1,189. Easy terms. Loan arranged for
, building purposes. Phone D. 6074. Shuler
SIX room all modern, oak floors, two
yars old. one block to car In, four
block north of Mina Lusa; chicken
house, lot and garage; lot 10x1(0 feet;
et in young fruit; this is an exceptional
bargain at $3,000. 3104 Webster St Tele
phona Florence 609.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
.1 'IVJ? u'e ai t"lows with
Ji ii0.l. down- Ca" Ocbom Realty
Co. Tyler 4. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANTpModrn " '" (30,000 to
140.000. Address P. Q, Box 471. Onawa. la.
, MET m at F. D. Wead'g OfficaT
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WE want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE, INC,
538-40 Keellne Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bid. Douglas 183!.
DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts an account
. OMAHA LOAN A BLDO. ASSOCIATION.
512 PAUL PETERSON,
t4 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on hand tor mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101$ Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 1711.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
(. m and ( Per Cent
J. H. DCMONT CO.. Keelln Bldg.
512 HARISON at MORTON,
111 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
1100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sta.
MONEY to loan on Improved farm and
ranch. Hlok Investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN A COMPANY. Douglas 4121.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C G. CARLBERG. Ill Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. (86.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. 8. FRANK, 101 NEVILLE BLK.
200 ACRES Iowa farm. Improved, good
house and barn. Cash price (135 per acre.
Want good modern home aa payment.
Good terms on balance. Write Box (42.
Buy a Lot
i our uwn nome
HAPPY HOLLOW-PONTENELLE BOULEVARD
JUST NORTH OF DUNDEE
OVERLOOKING THE COUNTRY CLUB GOLF COURSE
60TH TO 52ND SEWARD TO CLARK.
Saturday Afternoon, May 25
Sunday All Day, May 26
Prices $300 to $500
NO INTEREST AND NO TAXES FOR TWO YEARS
10 OFF LIST PRICES ON SALES DAYS
OUR AUTOMOBILES WILL MEET YOU AT UNDER
WOOD AVE. AND 52ND.
BRING YOUR $10 BILL AND COME EARLY.
537 Omaha National Bank Building. - Dotiglas 1781.
REAL ESTATE SALE
$l Down $1 Per Week
Special Sale SUNDAY, MAY 26, of only 67 LOTS
Every lot has city water.
Every lot has cement
Every lot graded.
Every street graded.
Some lots have fruit trees.
All lots on most extraordinary terms of $1.00
down, $1.00 per week. Never before have you been
able to buy lots with these street improvements in
and paid .for on such wonderful terms. Prices are
most reasonable from $270.00 up. Only 67 lots.
Watch for our special ad Sunday morning giving lo
cation of addition and how to get there. .
Payne & Slater Company
616 Omaha National Bank.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
40. (0 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVY
vii i m kukq pari 01 Todd county
Minn.: rood rn. rt xtnui. .......
Price 116 to 122.60 per acre; term (1 aii
utw cmi Daianc 11 an acr a year;
(.000 acres tn sa1i t. . 1 .
V"5 Wl0 W11 pa up buil(1lnM "d Improve
w. win giv aeea ana take mort
gag back for full purchase prlc for ( or
10 year, ( per cent Interest Schwab Bros..
timmmn riag.. Minneapolis. Minn.
MERRICK COUNTY BARGAIN.
1(0 acres, lies level, nicely Improved.
I miles from good town on main line
of Union Pacific R. R.. only one-halt mile
to rural hlh school; perfect level road to
town; good 8 -room house, well sheltered
by plenty of shade trees, barn for 12
horses snd five tons of hay, nog sneo.
chicken house, granary and garage, good
well and windmill, best of water at a
depth of 30 feet; 80 acres under plow,
16 acres In alfalfa, balance pateture which
xcan all be broken and profitably farmed,
all good black sandy loam soli that
produces any crop grown In Nebraska:
price, for a short time, $86 per acre,
about one-half cash, balance terme; noth
ing doing on any trades. See M. A.
nrr, mmrai city, iveoraak.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For bee( lands at best
prices write Oeo, Antlll. Blair. Neb.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches In good Old Dawe County.
Arab L. Hutigerford. Crawford. Neb.
MUST SELL my two farms. Writ Owner,
no. xsurwen, rseb.
FOR SALE Judith basin land; 280 acres
level land, mile from Stanford; 170
acrea In wheat, all fenced; running water.
, (75 per acre. Stanford Ranch Co., Stan-
rora, lupnt, .
MISSOURI U0 and down $5 monthly, buys
40 acres good farm and fruit land near
town, southern Missouri. Prlc only $:00.
Box 16, -Mt- Vernon. 11U
Some lots have shade
Many lots have grape,
Only three blocks from
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Steady to Strong; Hogs
Sell 10 Cents Higher; Sheep
Omaha. May 14. 1111.
Reeelrta waras Cattta. Hora. Bhtap.
Official Monday ,00 8,777 M74
Official Taday 13,081 14, ?M M43
Official Wednesday .. 6.57 1.441 7.474
Official Thursday .... 4.(00 1S.1SI ,157
Friday, eatlmata 1.100 11,000 4,300
Fiv daya thli wk.3:,(l27 9,31 IM4S
Some daya last wek ..:7.007 45.SSS tS.fO!
Sam daya 3 wks. aso.34.3;S (3.830 IM40
Same daya 3 wks. ago.31.17t 6J.S1S 17.814
Same daya year ago... 37,176 66,130 31,433
Reretpte and disposition of live atofk at
the Union atock yards, Omaha, (or 34 hours
ending- at 3 p. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
C. M. ft St. P 1 1
Missouri Paclflo 17
Union Paclflo 7 S3 I
C. A N. V.. west T 48 1
C, Pt. P., M. 0 3 17
C, B. & Q, east 6 3
C, B. ft Q, esst I 3
C, B. ft Q nest........ It 34 3
C, R. I. ft P., esst 14 1
C, R. I. P.. west 1 4
Illinois Central 3
Chicago Great Western... 12
Total receipts . .... P 147 18
Morris & Co JM 1 M .1fi
Swift ft Co 453 3.S13 1.M5
Cudahy Tacking Co..' 147 S.9SS 1,180
ArmouT ft Co 70 3.711 772
Schnarts Co 393
T. W. Murphy 80S
Lincoln Packing Co.. 15 ....
Wilson 13 ....
V. B. lewis 47
Rosenstock Bros. 34 ....
J. B. Root Co 23 .....
P. O. Kellogg 27 ....
Christie 4 ....
Huffman 14 ....
Banner Bros 17 .....
John Harvey 110
Dennis ft Francis..., 1
Jensen A Lungren. . . . IS
Ellis ft Co 1
Other buyers 310 .... ,
Total! 1,475 18,043 4,343
Cattle Offerings thli morning were
rather light, being 1.100 head, or 47 cars,
Including 19 cara billed through direct to
packers, making total! for th week 32,637
head, aa compared with 37,000 a week ago
and 27,875 head th corresponding week a
year ago. Trading opened steady to strong
In comparison with yesterdsy'i market, and
packers bought what few beef offerings were
available early, paying aa high aa 117.25
for a choice load of heavy beef. Good to
choice bsevea ar generally quotable from
116.76 to $17.25, while th fair to good 1,000
to 1,200-pound grades ranged from f 15.00 to
$16.75, and the common to fair and warmed-
up grad ranged from $12.26 to $15.77. Busi
ness on what yearling wer on sal this
morning was strong to a dims hlghsr, and
In cases even greater advance wer paid,
but th trade was generally on a catch-as-
oatoh-can basis, and this class generally
ruled from 60c to $1.25 off for the week,
being quoted from $15.00 to $16.00 for th
good to choice yearlings and from that on
down for the common and fair to good.
Butcher atock was generally steady today
and 6076o off for th week. Stockers
wer strong and around 25Q40o higher than
Quotations on cattle: Good to eholc
beeve, $16.75017.20; fair to good beeves,
$15.00 16.76; common to fair beeves, $12.25
16.76: good to choice yearlings, $15,000
16.00: fair to good yearlings, $12.60(3)14.76;
common to fair yearlings, t8.EOll.60; good
to choice heifers, $12. 0014. 00; good to
choice cows, $12.00018.00; fair to good
cows, 9. 76011. 76; common to fair cows,
$;.!0fl9.75; prima feeders, $12.00013,00;
good to choice feeders, $10,254)11.76; fair to
good feeders, $9.00010.00; common to fatr
feeders, $7.6009.76; good to choice stookers,
$10.00312.00: stock heifers, $3.60010.60;
stock cowl, $7.26010.00; stock calves, $8.50
011.60: veal calves, $9.00018.00; bulls,
Itags. etc, $10.00013.75.
Hotrs There wer 166 load! of hogi on
the market this morning, estimated at 11,000
head. Th' unevenness of yesterday's mar
ket makes comparison! rather difficult The
market opened about bo higher than yes
terday's close and continued to Improve
until th final salea mad today were
around lOo higher than th close yesterday.
Te average today Is somewhat lower than
yeaterday'i general average. Compared with
yesterday the market would probably be
called 6o lower than yesterday's averag
market. Th bulk of th bog went at
$16.76 to 316.86 top reaching $16.95.
Sheep There wer 18 loads or iheep on
sals today, estimated 4,300 heed, making
th total run so far this week 29,648 head.
The market this morning was rather of
an Indifferent character aa far aa demand
waa concerned, no i tiles having been made
at the time of closing this report Tester-
day's market closed lOo to 15o higher and
prospects were that It would Close anout
Quotation! on shsep and Iambi: Lambs,
good to hole, $19.26019.80; lamb, fair
to good, $17.60019.00; shorn lambs, choice
light, $15.50015.86; shorn lambs, fair light
$16.00016.60; shorn lambs, ohotce heavy,
$14.76016.00; spring lamb, $15.00019.00;
spring Iambs, culls, iio.oooit.oo; year
lings, fair to eholc, $16.00017.60; wethers,
fair to eholc, $14.50016.60; shorn ewes,
good to choice, $12.00012.00; shorn ewes,
fair to good, $10.00012.00; ws, culls and
' St. Louis TJr Stock.
Bt touls, May S4. Cattle Receipts,
700; market, steady; native beef ateen,
$11.50017.60; yearling steers ana neirers,
$9.60016.60; cows, $7.60012.76; stockers
and feeders, $8.50012.00; fair to prime
steers, $10.00015.60; best cows and
heifers, $6.00013.50; natlv oalvei, $7,750
Hots Rscelnta. 7.800 head: market low-
r; lights, $17.85017.45; pigs, $16,500
17.50; mixta ana Duicners, ii.iutvif.iu;
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $60 per
inClUulng p4iu-up waller hbum, nom
Levi ft a M. Rylander. 864 Omaha Nat'l
RANCHES of all sice and kinds, asy
terms. A 4. Pattman. 801 Karbaoh Blk.
CHOICE FARMS. Nllsson. 422 Rose Bldg.
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with na If yon
want to keep it
B. P. SNOWDEN 4 SON,
610 Electrlo Bldg. Douglas 9271.
WANTED 20,000 acre of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land, Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box T 467, Omaha Bee.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOUR head good work horses, all sound
and In good conditio, weighing from
1,150 to 1,450. O. E. Harding Coal Co..
28th and J. South Bide, Omaha.
FOR SALE One team of gray horses, I
years Old, weigm j,nuv ana irinu
Jonea Transfer Co., 24 No. Main St,
Council Bluffs, Iowa
FOR SALE 10 Holsteln cows and heifers.
Apply F. C. Bliss, 264 Eichang Bldg.,
HOLSTEIN cows for sals. Inqulr David
Menagb, 1613 Farnam St
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
THOROUGHBRED White Rocks, year old
and two-year-old pullets and cockerels.
Call South 3996.
2,000 DAY-OLD chick. Rocks, Reds, Or-
plngtons, Leghorns. Webster 1708. 2312
BARRON 8. C. W. Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing after May 20, $4 per 100. Mrs. M.
W Saxton. Decatur, Neb.
RHODE ISLAND RED eggs for setting.
3112 Burt St Harnsy 2889.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by th Business Men of Omaha,
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, 6 mo.. H. goods, total, $3.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts. proportionate rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
433 Securities Bldg., 16th. Farnam. Ty. 668.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
IOt SMALLER LOANS. f)C7
O W. C. FLATAU EST. 1892. 10
6TH 7LR. SECURITIES BLDO. TY. $60.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rate. Private loan booths. Harry
Jialasaock, 1614 Dodg. D. Sat. 18IL
good heavy. $17.10017 20; bulk, f 17.10
Sheep Receipt. 600 hud; market,
steady; lambs, $15.00016 25; ewes, $16,000
17.00; wethers. $16.60017.06; canners and
NEW YORK STOCKS
Setback Induced by Washing
ton's Attitude Toward Tax
Legislation ; Conservative
Interests Hold Aloof.
Nw York May 24 Trading In atock to
day assumed a mor speculative phase,
th heavy dealtnas being largely restricted
to secondary Industrials, minor equipments
arid specialties, with a sprinkling ot utili
ties. Conservative Interests, having In aiind the
many recent reactions In the m'ket, seemed
disposed to look on, pending ain.i settle
ment of the revenue tux controversy ami
more esrefull perusal of the British pre
mier's Edinburgh address.
In fact. It was the conflicting gossip and
reports regarding Washington's sttltuds to.
ward tax legislation that provoked the
sharp setback of the last hour, leaders
breaking 2 to 4 points after gains ot as
Ralls of the better clsss moved within
comparatively narrow limits at best and
United States Steel, which opened auspi
ciously, failed to rise mor than 14 points
but fell away rapidly to 107 and a net
loss of 1.
During ths morning and mid -session the
independent steels notably Colorado Fuel,
Sloes-Sheffield, Republic Iron and Oreat
Northern Ore, displayed marked activity
and strength with Baldwin Locomotive. New
York Airbrake. Leathers, Oils and Tobaccos.
Riimartra Tobacco furnished the real en
ration of the session, making an sxtrems
gain of 13 points to the new maximum of
145, all of which was lost after anothsr
hurried rout of th shorts.
Philadelphia Company, American Tele
phone and Pacific Telephone wer tho strong
utilities snd Industrial Alcohol, Distillers
and the Fertilizers again contributed to th
day s total of about 900,000 ahares.
Bonds were Irregular with heaviness later,
liberty 44, declining to ths nsw minimum
of 97.39 Total sales par value aggregated
$5 775,000. Panama, 8 advanced 2 points
Number of sales and quotations on lead
ing stocks: Closing
Salea. High. Low. Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar 73
American Can 11,600 48 46 4tt
Am. Car Found'y 2,000 80 ' 79 79
Am. Locorrmtlve.. 1,809 67 66H 66H
Am. Smelt ft Ref. 6,300 80 774 77
Am. Sugar Ref.... 300 11$ llJ't 112
Am. Tel. ft Tel.... 10.200 101 H 99 99
Am. Z, L. ft 8.... 60 1 4 1H m
Anaconda Copper.. 10,600 46 66H
A O ft. W I 8 8 L 900 110V 109 Vi. 109 '4
Baltimore ft Ohio.. 800 64 H 48V,
B. ft S. Copper. 33 Vi
Cal. Petroleum .. 1,100 18V 17 17
Canadian Pacific. 400 146 146 146
Central Leather .. 2,900 70 4, 68 69
Chespeak ft Ohio 90r 68 67 67
C, M. ft 8. P.... 1,000 48 H 43 42
C. ft N. W 200 92 93 92
C, R. I. ft P.ctfs.. 1,100.21 21 $1
Chlno Copper 400 43 43 43
Colo. Fuel ft Iron.. 39.000 64' 61 61
Corn Prod. Ret.... 9.700 42 41 41
Cruclbl Steel 16,000 69 67 67
Cuba Can Sugar.. 300 32 81 81
Distiller' Sea 42,400 64 61 61
Erie 600 16 16 16
General Electrlo .... 400 160 149 148
General Motors .. 1,800 126 123 123
Ot Northern pfd.. 400 89 89 89
Gt N. O. ctfs.... 11,600 83 31 82
Illinois Central , 95
Inspiration Copper 2,900 63 63 62
Int. M. M. pfd.... 41,000 103 99 100
Int Nickel 700 29 28 28
Int Paper 14,200 42 38 29
K. C. Southern 17
Kennecott Copper 1,600 23 32 32
Louisville ft Nash 116
Maxwell Motora 27
Mex. Petroleum... 8.400 96 95 95
Miami copper . ... 900 29 28 28
Missouri Pacific... 700 22 22 22
Montana Power 66
Nevada Copper ,. 1,900 20 20 20
N. Y. Central 600 72 71 73
N. Y N. H. ft H. . 11,100 43 41 41
Norfolk ft Western 800 104 104 103
Northern Paclflo.. 200 86 84 66
racmo Man sou
Paclflo Tel. ft Tel 600 24 24 21
Pennsylvania 1,000 43 43 43
Pittsburgh Coal... 2,600 63 52 61
Ray Con. Copper.. 2,700 25 25 26
Reading 19,600 88 86 86
Pep. Iron ft Steel.. 7,200 90 87 87
Shattuck Arls. Cop 17
Southern Pacific. 3,200 84 88 834
Southern Railway.. 600 23 23 23
bludebakar Corp... 200 43 ,41 41
Texaa Co 1,700 153 151 151
Union Paolflo 4,100 122 121 121
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol 20,800 137 133 ia.1
P. 8. Steel 282,100 110 107 107
U 8. Steel pfd.... 200 11094 11014 110U
Utah Copper 3,600 82 79 80
waDaan pra u 23
Western Union ..... 200 92 91 91
westingnous Els. 4, 800 45 43 43
rout saiss tor in day 900,000 shares. 1
Maximum Retail Prices,
Sugar, per lb $ ,09
Flour, (Nebraska) 24 lbs. No. 1 1.60
48 lbs. No. 1 1.90
Bulk, psr lb 06
Oswego cornstarch......' ,. .12
Cornmeal per lb., whit 05
Corn flour .07
Potatoes, Nebraska No. 1 ' .02
' Nebraska No. I -.012-3
Butter, per lb., creamery No. 1..,., .60
Creamery, No. I .47
Eggs, seleoti 88
No. 1 36
Bread (U. 8. Standard Loaf wrapped)
13 oa. loaf not mad
16 os. loaf 09
24 01. loaf 14
32 ox. loaf ,17
48 ox. loaf .26
Crackers (Victory) Oatmeal .20
Rlc (In bu:k per lb.) Na. 1 .14
No. 2 11
Barley Flour 07
Ry Graham Flour, 24 lb. sack 1.90
Rye Flour, 24 lb. sack ,, t.00
Rya Flour, In bulk, psr lb .09
Oatmeal (In bulk, per lb.) .08 1-8
Beans, (per lb.) Navy No, 1 .16
Pinto, best No. 1 ............ . .12
Bacon (per lb.)
Whole plecei wrappad N. 1... .60
Whole pieces wrappad No. I... .47
Ham (Whole) No. 1 skinned 85
No, 1 regular .85
Shoulder '. ,28
Lard, per lb. No. 1 pur .88
Olsomargerln (In cartons, lb.) No. 1 .36
No. 2 .80
New cabbage, best quality, per lb... .05
Corn Syrup, (in cans) 1 lb .15
2 lbs. .20
I lb! , 40
10 lb! 75
Sams prlo for rya or graham.
Not L Thess prices ar for cash ever
Not I. An additional eharg may bs
mad lor delivery or eredlt to customers,
New York Money Market.
New York. May 24. Mercantile Paper
Four ana six months, 6 per cent
Sterling fllxty-day bills, $4.72: com
merclal 60-day bills en banks, $4.72; com
mercial 60-day bills, $4.71; demand,
14.76 7-16; cables, 14.76 7-16.
Franca Demand, $5.72; cables, $5.69.
Guilder! Demand, 49e; cables, 49o.
Lire Demand, $9.09; cables, $9.07.
Rabies Demand, l$e; cables, 14o, nom
inal. Silver Bar, $9e; Mexican dollars, 77c.
Bonds Government, heavy; railroad Ir
Tim Loans Stsady; 60 days, 6 6 psr
cnt; 10 days and alx months, 6 per cent
Call Money Strong: high. 6 per cent; low,
4 per cent; ruling rat, 4 per nt; clos
ing bid, t per cent; offered at 6 psr
cant; last loan, 1 par cant
Lard Weak; middle west $24.30 24.80.
Tallow Eaaler; city special looss, 17a.
U. 8. 2s, reg.... 97 at N. 1st 4s.. 68
U. 8. 2s, coup.. 97I. C. ref. 4s.. 77
U. S. 8s, reg.... 99 Int M. M. 6s.. 99
U. 8. 8s. coup... 99 K. C. 8. ref. 6s 79
U. S. Lib. 3s.. 98.88'L. ft N. un. 4s 86
U. 8. 4s. reg.... 105 M K ft T 1st 4s 63
TJ. 8. 4s, coup.. 90S M. Pao. gen. 4s.. 68
Am. For. Sen. 6a 96 Mont Power 61 88
Am. T. ft T. o. 61 90 N. Y. C. deb. 6s.. 94
Anglo-French 6s 91 "Northern Pas. 4s 81
Arm. Co. 4!.. 86 Northern Paa. 3s 88
Atchison ran. 4a 81 0. 8. L. ref. 4a. . 86
B. ft a ar. 4s 79'Pao. T. ft T. 6s 90
Beth. Steel r. 6s 90Penn. eon. 4 96
Cen. Leather 61.. 95 Penn. gen. 4a 69
Cent Paclflo 1st. 80 Reading gen. 4s 84
C. ft O. cv. 6s.. 81 8 L ft S F a 6s 66
C. B. ft Q J. 4s 93 8. Pac. cv. 6s.. 93
C M ft S P 0 4l 77Southern Ry 6s 92
C R I ft P ref 4s 67T. ft P. 1st.... 86
C. ft S. ref. 4s 710nlon Paclflo 4a 88
D. ft R. O. ref. 6s 66 V. S. Rubber 6s 80
D. of C. 5s '31) 88 TJ. 8. Steel 6s.. 88
Erie gen. 4s.... 66 Wabash 1st ... 94
Gen. E.l. 6.. 98Fr'b g. ( 97 13-16
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Renewal of Infavorahle Conditions For
naming (ilvea Corn I nrtslnsr.
Chicago, May 24. Renewed unfavorable
conditions for planting brought about ad
vances today In the oorn market Price
closed unsettled, to lo nt hlghr with
June $1.38 and July $1.40. Oats gained
H 10 a net. Declines of 27e to $1 took
pise in provisions
Unwelcome wet weather proved to bs ths
dominating Influence affocting ths value
of corn. Delay to plsntlng was reported
from a number of districts, and It was said
ths result would be to defer the expected
aiter-pianung movement of grain. 1m
portent sections of Illinois and Ohio were
particularly mentioned In this connection.
One dispatch from Ohio sent by a leading
Chicago crop expert attracted especial
notice. He asserted that ths heavy rains
had caused widespread retardation of seed
ing, and that there whs a large area yet to
plant. On the other hand, good authorities
said that barring persistant downpours there
was still ample time. Bearish reactions,
however, failed to last.
Oats sympathised with th advance In
corn. Trad waa mostly of an evening up
character on the part of shorts. Exporters
wore bidding, but they were much below
a working basis
Lower quotations on hogs wsakensd pro
visions. Considerable of th selling ap
peared to com from outside packers.
Brwdatrv-et's Trade Review.
New Ycrk, May 24. TlKhtenlng of con
ditions In nonessential lines, further speed
up of war work, excellent crops news and
rerorts that large distributors ars selling
all the goods they can get after govern,
mental requirements ars satisfied, comprise
the mainsprings of the week's events.
Because of a paucity of supplies at a
tlms when shelves are being cleaned out
of medium priced goods as ths result of
heavy buying flowing from abnormally high
wages, linked, too, with concsrn sbout th
llklihood of being unable to cover future
requirements, future purveyors are buying
liberally and aa often as opportunity offers.
Yet It must be recognised thst th short
ages of merchandise plus the fact that or
dinary business Is being gradually side
tracked to ear for government orders, op
erates to lay checkrelns on normal move
ments to superlnduc closer terms of credit,
enhance profits of those who may have
free supplies, to creats an air ot unwonted
activity at a season that Is ordlnsrlly
marked by btwen-season characteristics,
and to give mor than due prominence to
demand for goods as distinguished from
actual ability to got supplies.
Weekly bank clearings, $6,019,134,000.
Boston, May 24. The Commercial Bul
letin will say tomorrow:
"Ths government's plan for handling th
domestlo wool clip has been oompleted so
far as Its essential details are concerned.
Further modifications sre likely from time
to time. The new domestlo clip Is coming
forward tn small quantity, but with fair
Scoured basis: Texas, fins 11 months,
Sl.7aayi.7B : fin 8 months, 31.60 1 65. Cali
fornia, northern, $1.70(91.76; mlddls county,
f 1.6k: southern, $1.4501.50. Oregon, eastern
No. 1 staple, $1.7801.80; eastern clothing,
$1.6201.66; valley, No. 1, $1.6301.66. Ter
ritory, fine staple, $1.80; half-blood comb.
Ing, $1.6301.68; -blood combing, $1,400
1.46; tins clothing, $1.6601.70; fins medium
clothing, $1.6601.60, Pulled, extra $1,800
1.65; AA, $1.7001.80; A supers, $1.60O 4.65.
China go Live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 24. Cattle. Recelpta, 8,000
head;; market steady. Native steers, $10.40
017.60; stock ers1 and feeders, $9.26018 60:
cows and heifers, $7.26014.86; calves, $8.00
Hogs Receipt. 16,000 hesd: markst.
weak, mostly lOo under yestsrdsy'a aver
age; bulk of aalea, $17.26017.60; light,
$17.20017.68; mixed, $16.90017.66; heavy,
$16 16017.35; rough, $16.16016.60; , pigs.
Sheep Receipts, 7,606 beadt markst
strong. Sheep, $0.76014.85;' lambs, $13.36
St. Joseph IJve Stock,
St. Joseph. May 24. Cattle Reeelnta. 1..
000 head; market stsady; steers, $11,000
17.26; cows and heifer, $7.00016.00; calves,
Hogs Rscelpts, 6,000 head: markst
steady; top, $17.28; bulk of sales, $17,060
Shesp and Lambs Rscelpts. 700 head:
market steady; lambs, $15.00019.76; w,
Sioux City Un Stock.
Sioux City, la.. May 24. Cattle Recelnts.
1,700 head; market stsady; beef steers,
$12.00017.76; fat cow and heifers, $9,000
14.00; canners, $7.0008.60; stockers and
feeders. $9.00012.00; calves, $8.00018.00;
dui is, stags, etc., 98.00011.60; feeding eowa
and heifers, $7.60010.60.
Hogs Receipts, 85,000 head; market
15o lower; light. $16.80016.95; mixed, $16.76
W18.B5; neavy. ll6.60tBU6.76: pigs. 816.000
17.26; bulk of sales, $16.76016.90.
Sheep and Lambs Rsoelpts, 709 head;
The Federal Land Bank
Federal Farm Loan Bonds for
immediate delivery at the
new interest rate of
Interest Payable Semi -Annually
These Bonds Give the Investor:
(1) Perfect security.
(2) Unlimited tax exemption, f
(3) A high interest rate.
(4) An opportunity to assist the Gov
ernment in the prosecution of the war by
stimulating food production.
These bonds are secured by first
mortgages on farms operated by the own
ers and the guarantee of the entire Fed
eral Land Bank system of the United
States. The securities and bond issues
have been approved by the Federal Farm
Loan Board, a bureau of the Treasury De
partment of the United States, of which
the Secretary of the Treasury, William G.
McAdoo, is chairman.
For immediate delivery, mail orders at once:
to E. D. Morcom, Treasurer
TheFederal Land Bank of Omaha
1205 W. O. W. Bldg.
Receipts Show Liberal In
crease ; Cash Oorn is Low.
er; Price of Oats Falls
Omaha, May 24, 1911.
A mors liberal run of grain showed tip '
today, a total of 128 cars being reported in,
with 18 ears of wheat 80 cara of corn 24
can of oati and 6 can of barley.
Cash premium! on corn ranged from -a-eent
higher to to lower, practically all nf s
tha offering selling off, th exception be
ing nl the No. 1 grad of yellow which
old at $1.72, compared with yesterday's
prl-e of $1.71. Th No. 8 grade were gens;
erally unchanged to 80 lower. No. 8 white .
corn sold at $1.66 and $1.70, a . premium ,
of 4o to 6e over tha sams grad of yllow ;
Th demand for this cereal, while rather-
slow up to noon, wss fairly active later In. "
and especially ao for th No. 2 and
gradss. No. $ yellow corn sold at $166; No.'
3 yllow at $1.63 and $1.64 and No. 1 mixed
at $1.60 and $1.61.
Oats sold off sharply, suerlng an addt- .
tlonal loss of lo and 2o per bushel, Th '
bulk of this artlels went at a decline af
lo, while th No. t grade waa quoted. 2cv.
lower. The Inquiry for this cereal waa quit
actlv om export Interest being In vi. V
dene. No. 1 whit eat old at 73c and
the No. 3 white at 72c. Standard e-
sold at 73e and ths $ grade at 73& Fotrr
whit oats want at 72 and 72e. - -
No aalea ot barley wer reported. Bids,
however, wer aomewhat lower. . -i.-v.-t-''
Cleeraneee wer: Wheat and flour, quil
to 33.000 bushels; corn, 21,000 bushels: oats,
Primary wheat receipts were 239.000
bushels and shipments 670.000 bushels. -sgalnat
reeetbts of 781,000 bushel! and ihlo-
ments of 864,000 bushels last year. :r
Primary corn rscelpts were 600,060 bnsH
els and shlpmsnts 377.000 bushels, agalnsll '
receipts of 625,000 bushels and shipments '
of 489,000 bushels lsst year. . -'
Primary oata recelpta wer 807.000 bus ! J
ela and shipments 467.000 bushels, against -receipt!
of 677.000 bushels and shipments V
of 867,000 bushels last year. ; '."
CARLOT RECEIPTS. ,
Minneapolis ,,,,, 153
Kansas City 6
St Louis 8
Corn. - Oatsi -63
1 - ' '
Thasa salea wV reported today:
corn No. 1 white: 3 ears, 31. 70.
white) 1 car. $1.70: 4 cars. $1.67:
$1.66. No. 4 whits: 1 car. $1.61: 1 car. MU
psr cent dano;d, $1.61; 1 car, $1.69. NoS
5 whits: 1 car. $1.66; 8-5 car, $1.63. 8am."S
pi white: 2 car. $1.00. No. 1 "fallow: .
car, $1.72. No. 3 yellows 8 cars, M.S6; .1 -.
car (loaded out), $1.63. No. yellow: .
cara, $1.44; 1 car, $1.63. No. 4 yellow:
2 cars, $1.61; 1 car, $1.55. No. t yellow: 1
car, $1.46. No. 1 yellow: 1-6 car, $136; !.f .'
oar, $1.80. Sample yellow: 1 car, 8O0. No
1 mixed: I cars. $1.67, No. $ mixed: t cars.
$1.61; 1 car, $1.60. No. 4 mixed: I car. .
$1.68. No. mixed: t cars, $1.40 No. f ''
mixed; I cars, $1.82; 1 car. $1.80. SamoT
mixed: 1 car, $1.00; 3-6 car, (heating), $1.60T.
uais no, 1 wnits: 1 car, 73c. Nov 1 ,
white: t cars, 73 c Standard: I ears.'..'
78o. No. white: 11 cara, 73o. No. -4'-S
whit: I ears. 72o: I cars. 72 o. No. 1. .
mlxd: 1 car, 78c. Oats and barly; 'f
car, 70o. . , . . . , 1 ."
Omaha Cash Prices Corn No. V white.
$1.6601.70; No, 4 white. $1.68 01.61; No. K.
white, $1.5801.56; sampl whit, $1,00; Nix,"
I yellow, $1.6301.86; No. 3 yellow, $1,620
1 64; No. 4 yellow. $1.6601.61; No. 6 yU
low. ll.lOlfM.95! aemnla vallnw. itlx. Ma 1
mixed, $1.60 01.11; No. 4 mixed. $1.68; No.
mixta, ii.4o; no. mixed, $1.30 01.831'
sampl mlxtd, $1.00.
Oatil No. I whit. 78c; standard, TSb:'
No. t whits, TSo; No. 4 white, 72 072c.7T
Ksnsa City Live Stock.
'Kansas City. May 14. Cattla RacalntsTT
1,000 head; market steady: prim ted
steers, $16.90017.40; dressed beef steers....
$13.00018.75; western steers, $14.00017.36;
cows, 16. 36014.00; neirers. 19. 60015.009
stockers and feeders, $9.76015.76; bulla, -
$8 00011.60; calves, $8.60013.00. -IT .
Hogs Receipts, 41,000 , head; market,.
lower; bulk, $17.06017.1$: heavy, $17,00 0 .
17.15; packers and butchers, $17.06017.30) '
S1V ARM 1 7 A nln . SIT AAStilT Sft -
, . . v-iff a . , J -, - ,,ww w , ..u. . . l(
Sheep Receipt. 1,000 head; market.
higher; lambs, flt.60O19.90; yearlings.-
$14.0017.00; wether, I13.OO016.5O; ewes,.
i " . '!
Minneapolis Grain. -l!i
Mlnnsapolls, Minn., May 34. Corn No.it
1 yellow, $1.6001.66. -j-.
viais o. s wmi, ibvmc.
Rye $2.0103 03. ,
Bran $28.16088.16 . ,
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