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    THE i BEE:
OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1918.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished Rooms.
JWRiJii front room, very coiy, 1 windows,
larg closet; private family; prlc right.
MODERN furnished rootui tor men only ai
4 !w Suashln. SOS North 17tb St Reuon
- abt rent
NICELY furnished front room for respects.
" bis gentleman. In Hanscom Park district
- Reasonable rent J701 Woolworth Ave.
PLEASANT room, private family. 11 N.
81 t Ave.
THB GRATSTONE 25th and Cas; nicely
furnished rooms. Douglas 7894.
1018 PACIFIC Nicely furnished room In
private family, parlor privileges.
MAHOGANY furnished, clean, comfortable
v.. room to couple employed. Red 4232.
LOVELY furnished room, close In: reason
able: for gentleman. Tyler 3S58.
ROOMS Large and small, walking dis
tance, -vernon, zo s. zatn.
Housekeeping Rooms
SUITE) of two or three light housekeeping
rooms; cool, pleasant; walking distance.
! 680 Harney St.
024 DAVENPORT ST. 1 front neatly fur
nished modern housekeeping rooms. No
children.
2701 DAVENPORT 2-room suite in private
brick house; elec. lights, gas range; newly
decorated: garage, shade. Harney 4939.
Board and Rooms.
IF, you are looking for a comfortable place
to live, coma to 265$ Douglaa St., 3 doors
west of 26th Ave.; desire six or eight
people, employed; newly furnished south
and east front rooms. Harney 6878.
EXCLUSIVE home, cool front room, beauti
fully furnished In mahogany, twin beds;
breakfast and dinner; two gentlemen or
eoupla employed. Harney 3369.
2561 DODGE Attractive single and double
room, good board, walking distance. Har
, 8143.
Hotels.
CLAREMONT INN. 17th and Jackson.
Transient guests, $1 a day; permanent
guests, $5 a week. Douglas 2785.
2fOL rooms. week: also apartments with
ktri'henettes. gd"n hotel ro Whiffs
FOR RENT FUKNISHED
Apartments.
DOWNSTAIRS, modern, West Farnam
huine, four rooms and bath, newly furnish
ed, entirely private, walking distance, free
lihoiie: $45 per month. Box 9400, Bee.
UPSTAIRS modern West Farnam home; two
rooms, kitchenette and bath, newly fur
nished, entirely private; walking distance;
free phone. $35 per month. Box 8399, Bee.
TWtt or 4-rooni furnished apartments, pri
vate bath, 1112 South 11th St.
ELEGANTLY furnished apartment, modern
equipment, shady porch, 2204 N. 23d.
Houses.
6 OR 6 ROOMS, furnished, modern, cool,
shade, piano, garage; references ex
changed. 2605 Emmet St. Web. 6949.
2811 N. 2STH ST. 5-r. mod. bungalow,
furnished, piano, $30; unfurnished, $26.
R A SP BROS.. 210 Kee line HI d g. Ty. 7 2 1 .
FOR RENT HOUSES
West.
3304 No. U9th St., 7 looms $15 00
6923 Bedford Ave.. 6 rooms '. . . 12 50
OMAHA LOAN & BLDO. ASS'N.
i'j'6s Douglas, rooming house $33.00
lu18 North 16th, rooming house 33.00
JOHN N. FRENZER. DOUGLAS 664.
SEVEN rooms modern, $H5, near postofflce.
G. P. Stehbins, 11110 Orlrago.
I-ROOM houpe, hot water heat; walking
distance. Harney 2040.
North.
FOR RENT To couple without children. 6-
room, all modern home at 702 N. 40th.
Inquire at 700 N. 40th or call Walnut 1892.
Lake View cottage, on two car lines, at
Carter lake. Desirable for 6 or 6 ladles
or gentlemen. Webster 5041.
2703 MANDERSON. four rooms, strictly
modern, first floor, nice yard. Colfax 129.
NINE-ROOM, roomy house, complete, every
way. Keys 2ii01 Capitol Ave. on premises.
3. ROOM house. part modern, $14.
Seward St Red 682.
2708
Miscellaneous.
(.its r vour property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtor Tyler 729
HOUSES
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CRE1GH SONS & CO.. BEE BLDO.
tfhope?. ro
Rental Touela
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
West.
FURNISHED LA TUNA APTS. 541 S. 24th
St. A large llv. room, a dress, room and
' closet combined, a kltch. and bath. comp.
turn., best of service. D. 1 533.
TIZARD Palace block, centrally located, 3
or 4 -room apt.; also 4-room flat. Superb.
Apply 220 N. 23d. Phone Red 4282.
TETERS TRUST CO.
Specie Itlsis In Apartment management.
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof: fine lawn and
flowers: best location, 24th and Farnam,
Prices reasonable Call D 1472.
ANGELUS APARTMENTS 25th Ave. and
Douglas; to sub-let one, two-room apart
ment. Harney 2074.
North.
MODERN Estabrook Apts.. near postofflce,
$22. G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
4-ROOM semi-basement apt., new, $16.60.
Apt. 2. Maple court. 1815 Maple. Red 682.
THREE-ROOM, low rent, apartment at 17tb
and Majrfe Sts., phone Webster 2713.
South.
MODERN, 6 rooms, St. Louis brick flat,
close-in. Phone Colfax 1374.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
Stores.
WAREHOUSE SPACE
' SO, 000 sq. feet of floor space In the
Amertcan Hand Sewed Sh'oe Co. Bldg.
N. W. corner 12th and Harney Sts., Hy
draulic elevator; steam heat and sprink
ler system. t
GEORGE & CO., D. 756.
STORE FOR RENT 15th and Douglas. S
60. (team heat, tent $116 per month.
WORLD REALTY CO.,
Douglaa 5342. Sun Theater Bldl.
SCORE Corner Cass and Sixteenth St.
Fine business location. (1. P. Btebbla.
1610 Chicago.
MODERN store, 16th St., near P. O. Lew
rent. G. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
ATTRACTIVE offices at reasonable rentals
In Tha Bee building, where service Is
REAL. Keystone lnv. Co. Tyler 131.
Miscellaneous.
"Wholesale district."
per month, 1008 Howard street, fire
proof building, full cement basement.
GEORGE AND COMPANY. D. 756.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses.
LIST your houses for rent with us and get
rienlta. More requests thao boules, give
. OVhouse.
f'ayne Invesment Co., Realtors.
trt Omaha National Bank Bldg.. D. 1781.
Miscellaneous.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Three rooms and bath, with five rooms
accommodations; on apartment at $32.50
and on at $27.60 per month; summer
rent Located at 2662 Dewey avenus, Un
dine apartments.
Three rooms all modern, except heat
at southeast corner Thirtieth and Sara
toga street $9 per month.
TRAVER BROS. CO.,
Doug. 8886. 819 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN A STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St. between
16th and 16th. Phone Tyler 3400. Iliv.
your moving bandied just aa you would
an order for new furniture. That' the way
we do It Ask to see our daily rental lists
FREE FIDELITY
16TH AND JACKSON. DOUO. 288.
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING.
REASONABLE RATES.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
- HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Separata locked rooms for booeehold
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
hipping
OMAHA ! AND STORAGE CO.,
Id tt. lV.h.
X(.ug!a tic.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 130 or Douglas 4S38
7S prn'n Express Co!. MovtngT
. j. LXEjUU Packing and Storage.
'1207 P"arnam St Web 1741 Doug 8148
"OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans: careful men. Fur
nltore park . storaee 1417 Chicago D-3384
WEST A SUTTON.
Piano, household moving: llvs stock
tauled O 7t 1808 Caaa St
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West.
B-R. HOUSE, electric lights and furnace, 4
yrs. old, near 42nd and Maple Sts; fine
Place to raise chickens: 'price $1,765. but
make us an offer. F. V. Wead. S10 S.
lMh St. Doug. 171.
, CATHEDRAL DISTRICT.
7 rooms, J-stories, modern, east front,
furnace" ,heat, full cement basement, large
lot, fine shade, close to car, school and
churches; $I.S50. Vebster J819.
$T31 HAMILTON STREET,- $3,150.
Oak and birch finished, very modem
8-room bungalow, with sleeping porch.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM.
BEMIS PARK Six rooms and bath, 2-story
modern house, east front, large lot, paved
street. Make offer Walnut 1431.
North.
5-Room Bungalow
Large Corner Lot,
$3,250
Five rooms, modern, oak finish, full
basement, furnace heat, corner lot, pavlnc
paid. Property in fine repair. Near 28th
and Ames avenue, Price $3,250. ,
House alone worth the money.
J. L. HIATT COMPANY,
900 First Nnfl Bank Bldg. Tyler 63
"NORTH SIDE HOMES
On "Rinney St., near 20th blvd., an un
usually well-built 9-room, 2-story modern
house, finished In oak 1st floor; In ex
cellent condition; located on south front
lot 50x124 ft., with fine garage for one
car; price, $5,600; easy terms.
On Pratt St., near 18th, a 2-story stuc
co, modern house having 6 rooms and
sleeping porch, finished In oak and quarter
sawed pine, located on cor. lot; price,
$3,750; terms, $1,000 cash, calance month
ly, like rent.
GEORGE & COMPANY
02 City Nat. Douglas 756.
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE BUNGA
LOWS. Two brand new and very nifty 5-room
bungalows under construction at 28th
Ave. and Camden will b sold at $8,500
each. These places will be modern In
every respect; one block to car and store;
close to schools and to Miller park; $350
cash will handle and balance monthly
payments of $31.50. Sewer, water, gas
aid electricity all in and paid for; no
ai.eclal taxeH. See these at once.
WALNUT 677.
Choice New West Farnam St. Home
Built By Day Labor. The Best
$2,500 cash or $5 000 $30 month.
All choice oak floors and trim, matt
brick foundation. Largo sun room,
French doors, fireplace, all built-in ef
fects. Just a wonderful place, cannot des
cribe snd do Justice. Call Tyler 496.
Osborne Realty Co., 701 Omaha Nat'l
BankBldg.
MUST BE SOLD-WANT OFFER
1461 Evans street, close to Kountze
park, and car line, only short distance to
heart of city, t rooms and bath, all mod
ern, with garage, largo lot, paving all
paid. Submit your offer In writing.
J. B. Tebbens, Realtor)
(105 Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone 1). 2182.
For SALE 10-room modern house in good
condition with garage, on Fowler Ave.,
near Florence Blvd., well worth $6,000;
will sell for $4,800, $600 cash; $50 per
month; already to move into; let us show
you this property.
MITCHELL INV. Co.,
24th and Ames. Col, 217.
tTlCTIoL'SE-at 2207 Maple street; nice or
der; only $2,300.
W. H GATES.
647 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 1294
IF you are going to buy a home, see this
first; a fine five-room house; electric
lights, gas and water. Price $2,000. See
Owner at 3330 Manderson.
WE SELL, rent. Insure and make loans on
city property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Amea Ave.. Col. 217.
U1NNE LUSA homes and lota offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler 187
South.
Beautiful Home,
Field Club District,
$7,750
1322 S. 25th Ave.
Owner Instructs us to sell this big
house, which Is strictly modern In every
detail. It has a brand new hot water
heating plant; fine basement with laun
dry Toom and fruit cellar; screens and
storm sash for entire house; beautiful
sun porch; living room (with fireplace),
dining room, kitchen, butler's pantry,
refrigerator room on first floor; three
large bedrooms, bath, den and fine sleep
ing porch on second floor; also maid's
room and store room on third floor. This
house has double garage and Is equipped
with a burglar alarm and thermostat ; also
many other fine features that you do
not find In most homes. Call Tyler 60
and ask for Mr. Clark.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
One 6-roora and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot, live In one and rent the other.
Price, $2600. Terms. No. 2433 South
20th St. Norrls & Norrls. 104 North 16th
St. Phons D. 4270.
$2,250, Five-room house, modern except
heat and electric light 1911 S. 13th St.
Easy terms. Grlmmel.' Phone Doug. 1615.
Miscellaneous,
PRICED TO SELL.
$3,100 North side hungnlow, five rooms,
fully modern, very nest, tr.d In good
condition, paved s'reel, hand;' to cr.
5-760 Har.scom Park, seven-room, be
side large sun porch and a sleeping
roreb, with large lot driveway and
garage for two cars. This Is not a
new house, but has been occupied by
the owner, and kept In good condi-
I tlon. Located on Hanscom Tark car
! line, less than two block north of
I park. $700 cash will handle.
I
I $ !....) -FIELD CLUB. A very attractive
stucco residence with six rooms and
Bleeping porch, largo living room ar
rangement, with fireplace and book
cases; tile bath room, Entire prop
erty In the best of condition through
out. A real bargain. j
$4,550 CATHEDRAL DISTRICT. Brand j
new home; frame and stucco; well ;
built; six rooms, full two-story; cak
floor throughout; beautifully deco
rated. $600 cash, $42.50 per month
will handle.
$5,500 BEMIS PARK, Dandy eight-room
house, well built, thoroughly modern,
all good sized rooms, oak finish,
fireplace. Located on a large lot.
facing th boulevard; garage, plenty
of shade. $1,000 cash will handle.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 111-20 City National.
THE LAST CHANCE
To get such a house as this one at
$5,750. Two. full storle with full base
ment and attic, six fine rooms with
glassed In sleeping porch and breakfast
room In addition. Beautifully finished
In oak, mahogany and enamel. Bullt-ln
table and seata In breakfast room. Ample
cupboards In kitchen. Tastily decorated
throughout. This house Is brand, new.
but the materials were contracted for
some time ago and It would cost at least
$1,000 more to duplicate it. The loca
tion Is of the best. Don't delay but
call us for appointment to see this house
today.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
612 Paxton Block,
Douglas 1722.
Evenings, cal Wal. 1500, or Wal. 2512
FOR 8ALE A beatlfuThc7use,gard''ri ait'l
cMckns. worth 8300. Will take $75 If
sold in three days. S'-e. owner at ioj
of Joins fclrctl, vn Missouri t'cr '
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
ftl'ScUlaneous.
"PRETTIEST MILE"
Beautiful 8-room house In setting of
tine young forest trees (double garage),
on rrettleut part of the "Prettiest Mile"
(Florence Boulevard); fronts Into tha
elegant grounds of C. W. Martin; house
excellently built and best of condition:
7S -ft. front; a real home: $1,000 under
the msrket price. $6,500. ACT QUICKLY
IF TNTI' RESTED
HARRISON & MORTON
REALTORS.
916 Omsha Nat.
1
Douglas 814.
SAVE hi tat a and buy war stamps; buy
this "-room, all modern home, less than
10 blinks from the P. O.; Just painted,
3 coats outside and beautifully deco
rated Inside; paving alt paid: a big
bargain at $4,000 cash: terms or an
exchange considered. You get few
chances like this. 2J1 Keelln Bldg.,
Omaha. ,
6-ROOM cottage, two . block from car,
full lot, $2,006 - Terms. $300 oash. balance
$30 per month.
BENSON AND CARMICHAEL
642 Paxton Block
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER A SHOTWELL,
:o; S. 17th St. Douglas 5011
V. FARNAM SMITH CO.
Real Estate and Insurance.
1820 Farnam St. Doug. 10$4.
HOMES AND H MESITES.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
637 Cm Nat F)l Rldg Doug 1711.
F D WF.AD 8F.T.T.8 RKAL ESTATE
REM ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your bom or bualn
property and pay cash.
H A- WOLF CO..
Electric Bldg Tyler 8t.
BUSINESS property and Investment.
A P TUKEY and SON.
620 First Natlonal Bank Bldg.
M'CAOUE "INVESTMENT CO..
Income. Business and Trackage Specialist
16th snd Dodge Str Douglas 41$
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
GOOD Oinulin resilience property to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb farm Mr Pease, 211 Bran. Th. Bldg.
15-ROn.M bouse, good location to rent
rooms. Will exchange $2,000 equity for
cottag. fall William Browne. Tyler 1672.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
Vest.
CLE ARVI ISW LOTS.
$1 DOWN. $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE ft SLATER CO.
South
FOR SALE 2 lots. Just south of Elmwood
Park In Overlook addition. Owner leaving
City. Will sell cheap for cash. Address
Box Y 1183. Omaha Bee.
LARGE garden lots, near car line, South
Side, $140 to $200. $1.00 down, 60c per
week: no Interest: no taxes Phone D 6074
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Benson.
IMPROVED 3 ACRES
TO KXCIIANGK FOR
5-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW.
In Benslon acres 3-room house; good
barn and poultry houses; about 70 fruit
trees; one acre In elegant potatoes; bal
ance of ground In various crops; owner
wants home In north or northwest part
of city, fall Mr. Manville at Tvler 60.
Dundee
Dundee Bungalow
$3,450.
Five rooms, oak finish In living room
and dining room, bullt-ln buffet in din
ing room, complete and modern in every
respect; lot 50x106 ; look at 4640 Dodge
street, then see us.
The Byron Reed Co.,
Phono Dornrla-. 297. 1012 Farnam St.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Two beautiful lota Just south
of Elmwwod park In Overlook addition;
full size lota, 50x150. Owner leaving the
city will sell cheap for cash. Act quick.
Address Box Y 1155, Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED RANCH OR FARM
Press brick business block and residence
property; also $30,000 worth mortgage pa
per. S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyer for
6 and 6-room house and bungalow with
. $300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co Tvler 496 701 Cm Naf nsnk Bldg
FINANCIAL
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
HAVE that Installment loan on your home
changed to a Htraight five-year loan and
relieve yourself of that monthly burden.
B. H. Lougee, Inc., 638 Keellne Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS
W. T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg. Douglaa 1681.
1A FARM LOANS, CI Of
2 1 PAUL PETERSON, W 2 O
364 BRANDEI8 THEATER BLDG
FOR SALE $20,000 6 pet first mortgage on
farm; 4 years to run. Owner, Box 8660,
Omaha Bee.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand tor mortgage loana
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 2716
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
(.6 and 6 Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT CO.. Keellne Bldg.
512 HARISON & MORTON,
tit Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farm and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co.. Omaha.
Pi.'vute Money.
SHOPBN ft COMPANY. Douglas 4221.
T.OAVS ON fiTV Pnnpirtji'rv
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES O. G. CARLBERG. 313 Bran-
dala Theater Bldg. D. (86.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Arkansas Lands.
JULY 2ND.
Our next excursion to McQehee. Ark.
W. 8. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
Colorado Lands.
COLORADO.
' A fine low mountain ranch, 1,524 acre,
private Irrigation system for 700 acre.
Including 400 acres alfalfa and bottom
land hay; will cut 800 tons hay each year;
excellent Improvements, fenced and cross
fenced, plenty of rain for grass and sum.
mer crops; priced for qck sale at $15 per
acre; one-half back at 6 per cent. Sliver
State Realty Co., Fowler. Colo.
Iowa Lands.
FOR SALE Good Improved farm adjoining
Onawa, la All under cultivation. Write
C, P. O. Box 644, Onawa, la.
Minnesota Lands.
WE have Improved farms at $36 to $60
per acre. Black loam soil, clay subsoil,
prairie land. Some special bargain In un
improved prairie land. Easy term.
Bure crop country. Write for list Em
pire Farms company, Thief River Falls.
Minn.
Nebraska Lands.
HAY RANCH.
1,360-acre ranch, Garfield county; well
grassed; cut 400 ton valley hay; 30
acres In corn; 15 miles from Burwell, on
lovel rosd; house, barns, milk house,
granary, sheds, wells, fenced and cross
fenced; now running 100 hesd of cattle
and some horses; price $13 per acre, V4
cash; possession can be given buyer who
also purchases stock and machinery, oth
erwise possession given March 1, 1919.
WHITE & HOOVER.
454 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE 480 acres Buffalo county farm,
to settle an estate; 230 acre pasture; 21
alfalfa: 20 of wild hay meadow, balanct
farm land Land rolling with heavy clay
subsoil. Fenced and cross-fenced; 2 good
wells and wlndmolls: 7-room house: barn
40x42: other outbuildings; t miles from
railroad town; mall and telephone sold
subject to lease; possession March 1:
price $42 per acre, half cash: term 00
balance P O Box 125. Kearney. Neb
S'ERRARKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS For best lands at bt
price wrl'.o Goo. Antlli, Bla.li, Ned
FARM LANDS FOR RENT
Nebraska Lands.
WRITE nra for pictures and price my farm
and ranches In good Old Dawes County.
Arah L. Hungerford. Crawford, Neb.
WE specialise in selling Nebraska ranches.
Whit A Hoover, 454 Omaha Nat'l Bank
Bldg.
140 ACRES Improved, rlosela, paved road.
Nllson. 423 Securities Bldg.
RANCHES of all lse and kinds, a
term A 4 Patsman. till Karbaeb Blk
JSouth QikojLajidiL
FOR SALE Stock ranch and live stock. 175
cattle, 20 horse Deeded and leased land.
Plenty of water. An Ideal place for
dairying. Box 1JS, Sulphur, S D
Wvoming Lands
WHEATLAND Wyoming firm. $60 per a..
Including paid-up water right Henry
Levi ACM TWIander. 864 mibs Nat')
FARM LAND WANTED
FARMS WANTED.
Don't list your farm with o If rot)
want to keep It.
B. P. SNOWDEN SON.
610 ElAotrln Fids Dnugla 371
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
2.000 DAY OLD chick. Rocks. Red. Or
plngtons, Leghorn Webster 170$. S212
Charles.
WHEAT screenings, $2.80 per 100. Delivered.
Wagner. 801 N. 16th St.. Phone Doug 1143.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
For Sale.
FOR SALE Saddle horse, 6 years old; well
broken; lady's horse; gentle. Call Wal.
nut 45.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, piano and not a security
$40, ( mo., II. goods, total. $3.50
Smaller, larger am'ta. proportional rat
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
482 Securities Bldg.. 16thFarnm Ty 468
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
1 ty SMALLER LOANS. Q Cr
IO w C FLATAU EST 1892 10
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDO TY t50
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rate. Private loan booth Harr
Ms'ashopk 1614 Dodge. P 6819 t ii
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE Meeting in school district No. 29,
Douglss county, voting on bonds for build
ing Meet July 5th, 8 p. m.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Charles F. Tobey and wlf to Joseph
P. Elsasser and wife, southwest
corner Eighteenth and Sahler
streets, 40x120 $3,260
R. H. Park to Willi Realty Co .
northwest corner Park avenue and
Dewey, 68.6x95.7 27,500
Alice Quads and husband to William
H. Russell, Ames avenus, 43 5 feet
west of Fortieth street, south aide,
50x127 500
Alice Quade and husband to William
H. Russell, Thirty-eighth street,
281 feet south of J street, east side,
' 40x120 275
Charles W. Martin and wife to Ru
dolph H Boysen, Titus avenue, 130
feet east of Twenty-fifth avenue,
north side, 40x120 6,000
Union Oil & Supply Co. to Minnie
Hitchcock, Sixty-fourth street, 200
feet north of Grant street, east side,
60x128 500
Mary Bailey to Emll R. Bailey, Hart
man avenue, 244 feet east of Thirty
ninth street, south side, 122x142.. 300
Hastings & Heyden to Harriet A.
Dlmond, Thirty-seventh street,. 40
feet south of King street, east side
40x146 226
George T. Morton and wife to Pelagla
Yeshnowskl, Vinton street, 205 feet
east of Thirty-sixth street, north
side, 81x124 1,000
James J. Rellly and wife to Joseph
F. Sobczyk, A street, 80 feet east
of Twenty-sixth street, south side,
35x110 2,600
John Plvonka and wife to Christine.
East Railroad avenue, 20 feet south
west of Twenty-first street, north
easterly south 460
L. F. Eck and wife to Kate Dodimead.
Thirteenth atreet, 200 feet north of
Brown street, west aide. 40x121.. 600
New York Money.
New York, Jun 26. Mercantile paper,
four month, ( per cent; alx months, 6
per cent.
Sterling 60-day bill. $4.7H; commercial
60-day bill on banks, $4.72; commercial 60
day bills, $4.71; demand, $4,753; cables,
$4.7$ 7-16.
France Demand, $6.71; cables, $5.70.
Guilder Demand, 60Hc; cables, 61c.
Lire Demand, $8.91; cables, $8.90.
Rubles Demand, 13 Vic; cables, 14o, nomi
nal. Bar Silver 99Hc.
Mexican Dollars 77c.
Bonds Government, firm: railroad, steady.
Tim Loans Stsady; 60 days, Gt,5; 90
days, 6i4j6; six months, 66.
Call Money Weak; high, 4 per cent; low,
t per cent; ruling rate, 4 per cent; closing
bid, t per cent; offered at ty per cent;
last loan, 84 per cent.
U. S. 2 reg 93 'III. Cen. r. 4.. 7$
do coupon ...98 Int. M. M. 6.. 18
U. S. 3 coupon 99HK. C. S. r. 6 78H
do coupon ... 99ViL. & N. un. 4 84Vs
U. S. Lib. H.. 99.68M K & T 1st 4 61H
U. S. 4 reg.,,106 Mo. Pac. gen. 4 $8
do ocupon ...108 Mont. Power 6s 89
Am. F. 8. ta.. 97 N. Y. C. d. 6 94
A. T. A T. e. 6 87No. Pac. 4s 80
Anglo-French 6 92 do 3 68
Arm. & Co. 4 84'Or. S. L. r. 4 82
Atchison (en. 4 80 pac. T. ft T. 6 90
B. A O. 0. 4 79Penn. c. 4.. 94
Beth. St. r. 6. 90 do gen. 4.. 87
Cen. Leath. 5 93 'Reading g. 4. 83
Cen. Pac. 1st.... 78 S L A 8 F a 6 (7
C. A O. o. 6s.. 81 So. Pac. e. 6s.. 11
C. B. A Q. J. 4 t4So. Ry. 6 .... 89
C M A S P o 4 75Tx. ft Pao. 1st 83
C R I A P r 4 67 Union Paclflo 4s 84
C. A 8. r. 4 71 U. 8. Rubber 6 79
D. A R. 0. r. 5 61 U. 8. Steel 6.. t7
Dom of Can. ( 91 'Wabash 1st ... 93
Erl gen. 4.. 64 French gov. 6 it
Gen. Eleo. 8 .. 98
Gt. No. 1st 4 16 'Bid.
Chicago Live Stock.
ChlcagoC June 26. United States bureau
of market Cattl Receipts, 16,000 head;
beef steer steady to strong; belt her, $17.76.
Butcher stock mostly 15 26c higher than
yesterday. Calve steady. Stocker and feeder
demand narrow. Beef cattle: good, choice
and prime, $16.60(2918.00; common and me
dium, $12.00(916.60. Butcher stock: cowl
and heifers, $8.0014.26; canners and cut
ters. $6.75$8.00. Stocker and feeder:
good and choice, $10. 60 1 8 00 ; Inferior,
common and medium, $8.0010.60. Veal
calves: good and choice, $1.251,75.
Hogs Receipt. 13,000 head; good bog,
well cleared, mostly 1535o above yester
day's average. Heavy packing grade aver
aged about 10 cent higher than yesterday,
but closed wesk. Closing quotations: Bulk
of sales, $16.40$16.85; butcher, $16.66
16.95; light, $16.65016.95; packing, $16.90
16.r,0; rough, 115. 50(16. 85: pigs, good and
choice, $16.2516.65.
Sheep and Lambs Receipt. 10,000 head.
Best spring lambs, steady to 16o higher,
other mostly steady; heep, steady to lower,
some range wethors, 26 to 6O0 down; choice
Idaho spring lambs. $18.66; best natives,
$18.60; feeding spring lamb, $15.60(5)15.80;
range wothers, $12.00fl13.00; feeders, $11.60:
shorn Iambs, choice and prime, $18.76
17.26; medium and good, $14.0018.75; culls,
$9.60$ 13.00; spring lambs, good and choice.
$18.00S18.65; ewes, choice and prime, $11.60
12.26; medium and good, $9.5011.60;
culls, $4. E08.60.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruit.
New York, June 26. Evaporated Apples
Easy; state. 1415c.
Prunes Firm; California, 8114c; Ore
gons, 1414c.
Apricots Quiet; choice, 17e; extra
choice, 18c; fancy, 19200.
Peaches Quiet; standard, 12Q12o;
choice. 1214c, fancy, 1314c.
Raisins Steady: loose muscatel, to;
choic to fancy seeded, 10'illc; seedless,
9llc; London lsyers, $3,00.
St. Joseph Live Stork.
St. Joseph. June 26. Cattle Receipt, 1,
800 head; market 15ijJ26o higher; steers,
$11.00 17.85; cows and heifer. $6.00$
15.60; calves, J6.00 14.00.
Hogs Receipts, 9.000 head: market
higher; top, $16.60; bulk of sale. $16. 20
16.45.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2,800 lead;
market lower; lambs, $13.5018.00; ewes,
$6.00012.00.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., June 26 Turpentine firm:
63&C3cc; sales, 184 barrels; receipt, 621
barrels; shipments, 3 barrels; stocks. 24.705
barrelB.
Rosin Firm; sales, 789 casks; receipts,
1,870 casks: shipments, 2 casks; dock,
84,909 Quote: B, D. B, F. O, H, I, $9.75;
K, $9.86; M, $10.00; N, $10.20; WO, $10.80;
WW, $10 40.
Kansas Clly Produc.
Kansas City, June 26. Butter and poul
try unchanged.
Eggs 33 1-iC, seconds, 26a,
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Trade Active with Prices
Ten to Fifteen Cents Higher;
Hogs Have Advanced
Twenty Cents.
Omaha, June 26,
Receipts were: Cattle Hogs.
Official Monday ... 6,097 10,205
Official Tuemtay ... 5.160 15.643
Fstlmate Wednesday 5.000 15.700
Three dys this wk. 16.257 41,547
Sam days last wk...20,345 47.750
Same 3 wks. sgo 25.310 35.3u9
Sam 3 wks. ago.. 23.104 24.031
Sam year sgo 17.817 33.306
tho Union Stock yards. Omaha, for 24 hour
ending at 3 p. m. yesterday:
RECEIPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs Sheep
C. M ft St. P 9 34 1
Wabash 1 1
Missouri Pacific 17 I
Union Pa.ific 34 39 62
C. .4 . V., east 10
t .(. N. W., wet U 78 1
C , St. P., M. ft 0 22 18
C , H. ft Q . east 27 4 2
C, H ft Q . west $4 31 2
C. R. I. ft P., east .... lti 11 2
C. R. I. & P., west .... I
Illinois Central 2 8
Chicago Great Western .8 8 2
Total receipts 199 331 C3
DISPOSITION HEAD.
Morris ft Co 750 1,633 609
Swift and company .1,644 2.864 4.274
Cudshy Packing Co. .. 804 2.667 .!4
Armour A Co 1,148 8.013 3.469
Schwarts ft Co 1 68
J. W Murphy S.9&0
Lincoln Pack. Co
25
144
380
Wilson
Cudshy, Kansas City .
Cudshy. Denver
357
F. B. Lewis
19
44
'80
129
1
10
1
28
7
28
69
J. B. Root Co
Rosenstock Bros
Werthelmer & Degen . .
Sullivan Bros
Rothschild ft Krebs . .
Hlgglns
Huffman
Roth
Meyer
Banner Bros
Dennis ft Francis 109
Jensen ft Lungren .... 78
Other buyer 844
1.667
Total S.110 18,414 r$70
Cattle Another moderate run of 8,000
head of cattl was on hand today, making
supplies for the week 15,267 head, some
5,000 short of supplies a week ago. Trade
was active and strong, I0$16o higher than
yesterday, a prim 2-load drove or corn.
fed beevea selling at $18.25, making a new
record for thl market. Another prim lot
of beef iold at $18.16. Th good to choice
1.200 to 1.600-pound beeve sold at a spread
of $17.50918.25, while th fair 1,000 to
1.200-rtound grad aold from $16 00317.26.
Best yearling old anywhere from $15,760
17.00 while th fair to good kind aold from
112 00 15.00. Butcher atock was active
and 10Jtl6o higher, bulk of th good cow
and hflfors changing hands at $11.(0(9
14.00. Veal and beef bull war mostly
strong nd what fed feeder wer available
sold at steady prices.
BEEF STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No. A. Pr.
4 1063 $15 00 21 1013 $15 65
40 1119 16 25 38 1216 14 35
24 1038 18 40 28 1008 18 60
38 1131 16 60 43 1106 14 75
37 1270 18 80 39 1127 IT 00
167 10)11 17 60 32 1468 -It 15
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
4 677 7 00 10 402 I SO
10 787 11 00 6 681 13 60
8 793 13 00 25 881 13 60
31 992 16 $5 30 727 15 60
26 930 14 00 37 $42 17 10
36 904 17 16
HEIFERS.
4 667 8 26 10 $64 I 69
4 765 9 60 2 510 9 75
7 681 10 00 11 815 11 00
$ 783 14 00 a 1006 14 50
COWS.
11 697 7 70 3 878 7 60
3 866 7 78 8 905 7 86
8 750 8 00 1 1028 8 60
3 893 8 60 t 868 9 00
6 896 t 75 S 1073 10 00
6 966 10 60 5 1026 10 96
11 1087 11 10 5 1090 11 zn
1058 11 60 3 1028 12 It
8 1056 12 75 4 690 1 00
BULLS.
1 770 7 60 1 1170 I $0
4 1083 I 00 1 1000 I 25
1 1560 10 00 1 1860 10 80
1 1190 11 00 1. 1810 11 '6
1, 1070 11 60 1 870 1$ 7
CALVES.
6'. 301 8 00 1 230 I CO
2 120 t 00 226 t 2$
4 $70 10 00 1 $60 10 60
1 290 11 00 4 160 12 00
J 170 12 60 1 180 12 H
1 220 IS 00 J 170 1$ ai
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
4 682 7 10 866 . T 50
3 676 7 75 19 760 g 00
22 424 t $0 ( 634 I 60
5 (40 8 86
Quotation on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $17,26418.00; fair to good beeves,
$16.60(117.00: common to fair beeve. $12.50
015.35; good to cholcs yearlings, $16.60
17.00; fair to good yearlings. $12. 00016. 00;
common to fair yearlings, $9.00011.00; good
to eholc heifer. $12.00(ffl4.00; good to
choice cow. $11.60013.50; fair to good
cows, $9.(0010.60; common to fair cow,
$7.00ffl8.75: prim feeder, $11.76012.50;
good to cholo foeder, $9.60011 00; fair
to good feeder, $8. 009.56; common to fair
feeders, $7.6008.50; good to cholo stocg
ers, $9.75011.75; tock helfrs, $8.00010 0":
stock cow, $7.7609.25; tock csves, $8.00
O10.60; veal calves, $7.5013.26; bull,
stags, etc., $9.6012.75.
Hogs Ther wsr 225 load of hog re
ported In, estimated at 15,700 head, making
the run for the first half of th week 41,
547 head. It ws a lively hog market thl
morning from flrt to lat, both shippers
and packers were acllv buyer, purchasing
their drove at 20o higher price. Th bulk
of th sales ranged from $18.20 to $14. '.0,
with a top of $16.(0.
Representative sales:
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. A. Sh. Pr
90. .164 40 $11 20 77. .224 40 $18 2S
66. .166 ... 18 80 76..208 40 18 25
78. .203 80 18 40 77. .302 860 18 45
86.. 194 70 18 (0
Sheep There was another liberal run ef
sheep her today, estimated at 11,572
head, making total tor th wk to date
39.081 head. A ha been th cas every
day thl week, th mrket wa low and
draggy, being late In the day before actual
sale wer reported. Th jnderton wa
weak again today, a few sales that had
been mad early In the morning wer indi
cations of th market bolng weak to po
Ibly 25o lower. '
Representative sales:
No. A v. Pr.
2 ysarllng lambs 125 $U 75
1 yearling lamb 100 13 60
52 ewe $9 7 -6
21 ewe 102 11 00
69 prlng lamb 81 17 60
Quotations on 'sheep: Yearlings, fed,
a-ood to choice. $13.00018.60; yearlings, fed.
fair to good. $12.7(019 00; yearlings, choice,
light feeding, $11.00 11.76; ewe, good to
choice, $11.0011.75; ewes, fair to good,
$10.00011 00; spring lamb. $lo.OOOis-o-
Kansas City Un Stock.
Kansas City, June 26. Cattle Reoelpt.
6,000 head, Including 500 southerners. Mar
ket 16026c higher. Prime fed steers, $17.25
fo aa. - mtra IIS 50A17.00'
western steers, $10.60 18.00; cows, $6,750
13.50: heirers. ss.uuq? is.uu; notuwi
feeders. 37.60 0 1 8.60 ; bulls, $7.00011.50;
calves, $8.00014.60.
Hogs Receipts. 10,000 neaa, maraei nign
er. Bulk. $16 36016.55; heavy, $16.6016.60;
packers and butchers, $16.36016. 60; light,
$16.2616.60; pigs, $18.00016.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipt, 4,600 head:
market eteady to 26c lower. Lambs, $15.00
018. 00; yearlings, $13.00016.50; wethers,
ti? oo;14 50: ewes. $10.00013.50; stocker
and feeders, $9 60016.25.
St. Louis Llv Stock.
St. Louis. Jun 2S. Cattle Receipt.
6,700 head; market atrong; natlv beef
til r.oil7 .60: yearling steer and
h.ifer.. $9 60ill5.60: cows $7.60018.76;
stocker and feeder, $8.50012 00; native
calve $7.7614.00.
Hogs Receipts 10.800 head; market high
er. Lights. $16.6016.75: pigs $16.26016.76;
mixed snd butchers. $16.40 16.76: good
heavy, $16.6016 60; bulk of sales, $16,460
''fiheep Receipts. 6.400 head; msrkrt
steady. Lambs. $14.00018.00; ewes. $11.00
O12.00; canners and choppers, $5.00010.00.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City, June 26 Cattle Receipt, I..
400 head; market strong; beef steers, $10.00
O17.00; fat cows and heifers, $8.60012.26;
canners, $4.508.60; stockers tnd fJr.
$9.0010.60: feeding cows and heifer, $7.60
S-5- ....
Hogs Receipts. 13,000 head: market 10c
hirher- lih 818 35: mixed. $16.26; heavy.
$18.10; bulk of sales, $16.10016-86.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, ouu neaa.
market steady.
New York Sugar.
v -r,.,v r,in 5 Suaar raw, stesdy;
centrifugal, $6.0i5; fine granulated, $7.60. i
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Receipts Continue Light; Corn
Prices Are Strongev at Un
changed to Three Cents
Higher.
Omaha, Jun 26. 1918.
Continued light receipts wer reported to
day with 7 cars of wheat. 60 cars of corn,
15 cars of oats, 3 cars ot rye and none of
bsrlcy.
Com prices generally ruled somwhst
tronger.
Oats sold at very irregular figure selling
within a range of o over to o under
yesterdsys prices
Clearances were, wheat and flour equal
to 6.000 bushels: oats. 33,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were 191.000 bushels
and shipments 35.000 bushels, against re
ceipts of 325.000 bushels and shipment of
;;ix.000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 834,000 bushels
and shipments 310,000 bushels against re
ceipts of 778.000 bushels and shipment of
673.000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 906.000 bush
els and shipments 492.000 bushels sgatnst re
ceipts of 769.000 bushel and shipments of
714,000 bushels last year.
CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn
Oats.
176
Chicago 2
153
Minnespoll .
...149
... I '
... 7
... 2
... 4
Duluth
Omaha
Kansas City
St. Louis . . .
50
43
60
Winnipeg
...63
The no ssles were reported today:
Corn No. 1 white: 1 car, $1.83,
No. 3
No. 2
white: 1 car, $1 80; 3 cars, $1.79
white: 1 car. $1.77; 6 cars, $1.76: 2-5
car, $1.75. No. 4 white: 2 cars, $1 68; 1
car, $167. No. ( white: 1 car, $1 65; 2
cars, (I 53. Ni. 4 whlto: 1 car. $1 S3; 7-8
rsr. $1.30. Sample white: 1 car, $1 20: 1
csr, 89c. No. 2 yellow: 2 cars. $1.63 No.
3 yellow: 1 car. $1 59; 1 car, $1.68. No. 6
yellow: 1-4 csr, $1 43 No. 6 yellow:
1 3-5 cars, $1.30. No. 3 mined: oar,
$1.63. No. 3 mixed: 1 car. $1.60. No. 8
mixed: 1 car, $1.23. Sample mixed, 1-3
car. $1 Or.
Oats- No. 2 while: 1 far. 75c. Standard:
1 car, 76c. No. 3 while: car, 74Vc.
Oats and Barley 1 car. 7Jc.
Corn No. 1 white, $1.8.1; No. 2 while.
$1.7901.80; No. 3 whlto, $1.760177; No. 4
white, $t.67l ,68; No. 5 whit. $1.6301.65;
No. 6 white, $1.30O1.33 sample white. 89cO
$1.20; No. 3 yellow. $1.6$: No, 3 yellow
$1.6801.69; No. 4 yellow, $1.(4; No. 6 yl
low. $1.4001,44; No. t yllow, $1.30; No. 2
mixed. $162; No. 3 mixed, $1.60; No. 4
mixed, $1.40; No. ( mixed, $1.85; No. 8
mixed, $1.2601 30 aample mixed, $1.05 01 10.
Oat No. 2 white, 76c; No. 8 whlt. 74e;
No. 4 wh!t. 74c.
Chlcgo closing price, furnished Th
Be by Logan ft Bryan, tock and grain
brokers, 815 South Sixteenth street. Omaha.
Art Open High Low Close Ysty.
Corn I I I
July 1 44 1 46l44 1 46 144
Aug 147 1 48147 148 147
Oat
July 71 72 71 73 71
Aug. 67 68 67 67 47
Pork
July 48 00 43 40 43 00 43 26 43 00
Sep. 43 40 43 60 43 40 41 (0 43 30
Lard f
July I 38 37 II (I 25 17 26 47 126 12
Sep. I 26 (0 21 75 25 80 25 (7 26 (5
Ribs I I
July I 21 21 32 36 21 26 23 80 23 10
Aug I 83 86 23 91 21 90 11 87 21 67
CHICAGO GRAIN AND rBO VISIONS.
Reports of Trap Daninge Favor Bulls In
Corn and Oats Market.
Chicago, Jun 26. Government advice
showing crop damag from frost cast of
Chicago and from not dry weather in th
lower plain states, had a food deal to
do with advance which took place today
in th corn market. Price closed un
settled 1 cent to 2 cent net higher, with
July $1.48 to $1.46 and August $1.48
Ot.48. Oat gained cent to cent,
and provisions 12 to 25 cants.
Bull hd tha advantage in corn through
out the aesslon. The Initial Impetus cam
from "calendar buying" fostered by a tra
dition that thl was th best data to pur
chase corn If hot weather crop fright were
to be taken into account. Sentiment baied
on th calendar theory received mor ub-
atsntlal backing later when the government
weekly weather report showed that tha crop
really had deteriorated from heat In Im
portant districts and also from frot 1
whnre. Better eastern rash demand count
ed also a a factor In lifting value.
Oat. Ilk corn, ranged higher on account
of crop damag noted In th government
weekly ummary. NenrasKa, wnicn ia
year raised 116,000,000 bushel ot osts, waa
aid to be good tor bait a crop in 1911.
Higher quotation o nnog ana grain,
together with liberal ahlpment of meat,
hoisted provisions.
Chlcsgo, Jun 16 Butter, nnchangea.
Eggs Receipt. 17,178 case; market
unchanged.
Potatoe Higher. Old, receipt. 19 ears;
Wisconsin. Michigan and Minnesota bulk,
$1.2601.40; sacked, $1.6001 (6; re
ceipts, 60 ears; Louisiana and Texa Tri
umph, $2.60OSTI; Virginia barrel. $5.00
06.60.
Poultry Allv. unchanged.
LOCAL WEATHER RECORD
1(18. 1117. 1(16. 1111.
Lowest last night 67 68 61 8
Precipitation 08 .88 .00 .00
Normal temperature fbr today, 74 degree.
Deficiency In precipitation lnc March 1,
(.71 Inches.
Excess corresponding period, HIT, .41
Inrhe.
Deficiency corresponding period, 19l,
8.03 Inches.
General Weather Condition.
Shower wer quit general In eastern N
braka within the last 14 hour. nd wer
scattered over th upper Mississippi and
Missouri valleys. Rain also occurred In the
lower Mississippi valley and eastward to th
Atlantlo coast. No Important Chang In
temperatur occurred east of th Rocky
mountain. An area of high pressure, ao
eompanled by much cooler and fair weather,
ha overspread tha west, and th outlook
1 for fair weather In thl vicinity tonight,
Thursday, and probably Friday, with cooler
tonight L. A. WELSH.
New York GeneraL
New Tork. Jun 18. Flour quiet. I10.T6
011,26; winter, $10.25011.15; Kansas,
$10.10011.26.
Corn spot, iteady; fresh shelUd No. 1,
yellow, $1.91, and No. 1 yellow, $1.81,
coat and freight, New York.
Oats Spot, firm; atandard, 88018o.
Hay Quiet; No. 1, $1.40; No. 2, $1.20
1.30; No. 3, $1.00OL10; shipping, 60080c.
Hop Quiet; tate, medium to hcolce,
loir nt,n.lif 1918. nominal: Pacific
coast. 1917, 20021c; 1918, )4016c.
- . . -,-AAAJAA.
pork wareiy steaay; mess, iii.u"ru.,
family, $65.00; ahort clear, $46.0062.O0.
Lard Firm; mlddlewet $26.2025.S0.
Tallow Steady; city special, looe, 17o.
Rice Firm; fancy head, 10O10c; blue
roe. 909o
Coffee Market.
New York, June 28. The market for cof
fee future were mor active and decidedly
firmer during toduy'a trading, owing to
smaller July notices than expected and a
further advance In Brazil. The ope"nlng was
2 to 6 point higher and the advance ex
tended to 8.1Io for July and 8.40o for De
cember, with the market closing at a net
gsln of 18 to 23 point. July notices wer
estimated at about 10,000 bags, and were
supposed to have gone Into the hand of
domestic trade Interest. Ther appeared
to be no apeclal Information a to tha cause
of the advance In BraslI, which om attri
buted to a more optimistic view of the war
new and other to a possibility that cof
fee was being purchased for French ac
count July 8.20c; September, 8.30c; Oc
tober, t.37u; December, 8.60c; January,
8.68e; March, 8.67c; May, 8.79o.
Spot Coffee Steady; Rio 7s, 8o; Santo
4s, 10cOllc.
New York Metal.
New York. Jun 28. Metat exchange
quote lead firm; spot, $7.90; spelter firm
East St. Louis spot, $3.4008.60.
$20,000,000
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.
6 Secured Gold Bonds,
Due 1928
Secured by Deposit of $30,000,000, . .
Par Value, Railroad Bonds. ; ,
Price on Application.
JAMES T. WACHOB
Investment Securities.
429 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. Douglaa 746.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Prices Advance Vigorously and
Market Closes Almost Buoy- '
ant; U. S. Steel Reaches
Maximum Quotation.
New York, June 26. The hesitant tone el;
th stock market In the early stage of to
day' (esslon (uggcated an expansion of tbi .
short Interest, but price advanced vigor
ously later, with almost a buoyant close. ,. . -
United States Steel at an advance ot 1
points to Its maximum quotation of tbi .
month and 3 to 6 point gains in othei
equipment, motor and shippings, featured
the very acllv movement of th iaat hour. '
Reading also ws a factor, ahowing con
sistent strength at an extreme rlae of al-
most Itt points, and secondary coalers, as
well as Grangers, and cotton carriers moved
more leisurely, but the general railway .list
lagged.
Other conspicuous feature of strength
hsnced General Motors, which ros 7 point . ;
with a moderate setback at the end, and
Central Leather and Atlantlo Gulf, although
shippings, aa a class, were Irregular.
Oil contributed to the variable move-
menta of the mid-season, their improve- -ments
being ascribed to better condition -
acros the Rio Grande. Tobacco wont
through a process of realising. Sumatra ,
reacting almost 1 points, but closing un-1
chsnged.
Foreign military and political develop-
ments were less engrossing, but Wall street
was interested in the sudden appearance ol
Russia's former premier In London, and hit
prophesy of that country's r-entrano Into
the war. ii
The foreign exchange market wal llt
less, Italian remittances again showing no
material alteration. Shipment of $1,000,
000 gold to Chile represented purchases oi
raw supplies from that country.
Liberty bond were firm, but International -
Issues, Including French municipals, moved
It-rAvitlarlv A-lthln n.rrnw limits Tntul
sales par value, aggregated $6,250,000, Old 3
U. S. bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of sales and rang of price ot tht t
leading stocks: 1 -
Sales. High. Low. Ckse, :
Amor. Beet Sugar 300 69 69 81
American I'an ... 3,000 47 46 4T..
A mer. C. ft F. . . . 15.700 87 84 $6
Amor. Locomotive. 4.300 87 87 87.
Amer. S. ft R.... 3Q0 79 78 78."
Amur. Sugar Ret ,, .... Ill '
Amer. T. ft T. . . . 1,600 96 15 96 :s
Amer. Z , L. A 8. . 2.400 18 18 18
Anaconda Copper... 11,000 6 66.67
Atohlson 600 86 18 18 '-
A., G. A W. I. S. L. 1,700 111 101 111
Bal. A Ohio .... 1,100 (1 14 (4
Butt A Sup. Cop. 208 26 IS 25 ;
Cal. Petroleum .. (00 10 ! 17.,
Canadian Pacific: 300 147 147 14T
Csntral Leather .. 25,000 71 48 71 .
Che. A Ohio ' 1.100 67 (8 14 v
C, M. A St. P.... 1.(00 44 4$ 43
C, R. I. A P. ctfs. 1.(00 13 23 13"1
Chlno Copper .... 100 39 11 19
Colo. P. A 1 1,400 41 41 44,
Corn Product Rsf .... 48
Crucible Steel .... 1.100 (7 (8 87
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 1,700 11 11 3t
Distiller' Seo 11,100 (0 (9 0
Edi 400 15 16 16-'
Can. Electric (00 148 141 148
General Motor , 166
Ot. No. pfd 100 90 10 90
Gt. No. Or ctfs.. 1,500 21 33 33
Illinois Central .... 16.
Inspiration Copper. 100 63 61 (IV
Int. M. M. pfd.... 15,600 104 103 107
International Nickel 1,200 29 21 29
International Paper 1,000 86 14 35 - -;
K. C. Southern .... 18 '
Konnecott Copper.. 700 81 11 22
Louis. A Nash i.,.116
Maxwsll Motors .. 800 18 18 17-
Mexlcan Petroleum 13,400 100 18 99
Miami Copper ... 100 18 18 28;
Missouri Paclflo 13,
Montana Power.... 100 (4 64 64 t
Nevada Copper 39
New York Central. 400 72 71 72 V
N. Y., N. H. A H. 1,800 41 40 '40
Norfolk A Westtrn 100 104 104 104
Northern Paclflo... (00 87 87 87- '
Paclflo Mall 100 10 28 28 V
Pennsylvania 1,100 41 43 43 V
Pittsburgh Coal .. 1,800 68 (2 (3
Ray Con. Copper 1,(00 14 24 23
Reading 10,100 14 (3 94
Republic I. A 8.. 4,300 t2 tl . , tl
Bouthern Pacific... 1,100 84 .83 83
Southern Ry. .... 1,100 24 14 14
Htudebaker Corp... 10,000 47. 45 46
Texa Co 1,100 156 1(1 1(4 .
Union Paclflo ...T. 1,100 132 122 12',
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol. 1,100 136 124 125
V. 8. Steel 132,100 108 107 109
U. 8. Steel pfd..., 400 111 111 1U3 '
Utah Copper ..... 1,000 80 79 80 .
Wabash pfd "B".. 1,800 86 26 28 V
Western Union .. 100 10 - 10' 90t
Westlnghouae Elec 1,000 44. ,4S .44,, J,
Total sales for th day, Ho.ooS star, ,r.'--,
South St. Paul Live Stock. " '
South St. Paul, Jun 28. CattleReceipts,
1,600 head; killers higher; (tears, (7,500
17.00; cow and heifer, $7.(0011.00; vest1
calves, (Oo higher at 17.00 to $14.76; stock;
rs and faeders strong at $6.50 to $13.00. ;
Hog Receipts, 8,400 head; market
higher: range of prices, 118.00 to $16.46;
bulk ot sales, $8.(0 to 112.00. ,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1(0 head;
market lower: lambs, 111.00017.00; weth k
rs, $7.00011.50; wa, (5.00011.00.
Oman) Har Market, 'I
Hay Choic upland prairie, $11.60;- No. I
upland prairie, $18.00017.00; No. I upland
prairie, $10.00014.00; No. 1 upland prairie,.
(8.0001.00; No. 1 midland prairie, $l(.(0 v
17.00; No. 1 midland pralrl, $1.00014.00;
No. 1 lowland prairie. $10.00011.00; No.
lowland prairie, 17.0001.00: No. t lowland .
prairie, $6.04t.0o:
Alfalfa Choice. 131.00; No. . $11,000'
11. 00? standard, $16.00018.00; No. 1, $11.0
O16.00; No. 1, $10.00011.00.
Straw Oat. $1.(001.(0; wheat, $8,000
1.00.
Kansas City Grain. '
Kansas City, Jun 26. Corn Unchanged: r
No. 2 mixed, 11.(401.(7; No. 1 white, 11.100?
1.81; No. I yellow, 11.(101.(2; July, 11.41;
August, $1.(1.
Oats Unchanged; No, 1 whits, 7707$c;
No. 1 mixed. 74074 .
San Joaquin
Light & Power Corp.
First snd Rafnnding
6 Mortf Cold Bonds
Dus August 1, 1150
1. Longest established of all
hydro-electric plants on
r:c- f .
Practically no competition.
Large possibilities for ex
pansion. . "
First mortgage on about
60 generating capacity.
Seasoned and time-tested
earning capacity.
Prica to yield about 6.40 "
TheNationalGty
Company -
Cimtptniint Often ta jo CitUi 1
Chicago 137 So. U Sallt St.
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