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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1918)
FOR RENT Business Property.
11TH AND HOWARD
Dotfbls 'store; two stories and basement;
; total floor space, f.400 square feet: caa
Tynr n. 3j etcurmw xiust.
STORK NortU ltth St. near P. a low
rent Q. P. Btebblne. 1(10 Chicago.
Dffice and Desk Room
WILL RENT to responsible party suite el
office feomt, two privets offices and .
eeptloa room, bsautlfully carpeted, ma
hogany roll top desk and furniture ead?
for occupancy. . Apply 1424 First Nation.
al Bank Building. Phone Tyler .10.
THE Be building baa offices that will
pleas you. Better Investigate Key
stone Investment Co.. Tyler HI. x
Trackage For Lease
Close In, 35,000 Square Ft:
This Is only a tew blocks from the beart
of 'town, with fine level haul In; good
office bulldlpg and frame store house and
shade; very favorable long term leas can
be obtained. Call us for further particu
lars. Armstrong-Walsh Company
Tyler 1C36. 33S Securities Bldg.
WANTED TO RENT.
Furnished Apartments and Houses
WANTED Hood boarding place for t0
girls of 10 and 13 years. Box 1488, Bee.
' FURNISHED apartment In best locality. W.
E. LeVey and wife. Hotel' Fontcnella.
- MOVING AND STORAGE.
FREE .JfiSksV FIDELITY
"V HTH AND JACKSON DOtJO, $S$r
STORAGB. 1 MOVING. PACKING.
FREE) RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
METROPOLITAN VAN 8TORACE
Owned and operated by Central Furni-
tur store; of tic on Howard St, between
15th and 16th. Phon Tyler S400. Have
' ' your moving handled Just as yon would
an order tor now furniture. That's tL way
we an It. Ask to see our d ally rental lists
" FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, paoklng and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
10 S 16th. ' Douglas 41t.
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans: careful man. Fur
wlturo pck.. storag 141T Chicago. D. (SM
T tJTrirri Express Co.. Moving.
d. J. IXEjEjIJ Packtng and storage
HOT Farnam Bt Web. 1741: Douglas (led
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler HO or Douglas $$(.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
- HANSCOM PARK
Just listed, an 8-rooro, full two-story
"house, located just south of Hanscora
Park, on the boulevard; 4 rooms on
first floor and 4 bedrooms and sleeping
porch on second floor; oak finish and
oak floors throughout; full cement base
ment; hot water-heat; large gargage: on
'paved street, paved alley, paving paid.
If looking for a high class home at the
right pric. don't fail to ses this; shown
jpnly on appointment x
- PAYNE INVESTMENT
1IT Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
A. REAL BARGAIN
v . BUNGALOW
8 rodme all modern, oak finish In living
and dining rooms, dining room paneled,
oak floors In all rooms, full cement base
ment, large attic, nice bath room. Only
one year old, In good location, near car
and school, many new homes In this vi
cinity. A bargain at 13.300. Can ar
range terms. F. D. Wead, 810 South 18tn
St., Tyler 151
5- room modern house, near car line,
off1 paved street, nice location, close to
school. Just the place for i nice small
home. Only $2,600. on easy terms. F. D
Wead, 310 South 18th St., Tyler 151.
, ELEGANT HOME
DUNDEE DISTRICT I
6- room modem, oak finish downblrch
finish up, very nicely decorated. House
noarly new, east front, a very nice place.
Owner going away. Price, 18,250. F. D.
Wead. 10 South 18th St., Tyler 151.
2024-40 NORTH tlOTH.
New bungalows. 4-r.,nd bath with l-(
acre, mod. exoept furnace. Full cement
..basement. Cement walks to car. 8100
cash, 826 per mo.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
" A BARGAIN.
Four large rooms; two full size lots;
well located; built before the high prices;
v will ' sacrifice for 81.900; 8100 cash re
quired; balance easy monthly payments.
- ' WALNUT 677.
J1.800 BUYS a 7-room, party modern house;
large cement basement; barn for garage;
well and cistern. 4411 Davenport St Call
Douglas 884. I
" trnp salts.
Seven-room modern house In Catbedral
district, very desirable; price and terms
right Call owner. Webster 1819.
LOT wltn" all Improvements; on paved
street: good district; $395 to $485: $5
down; It per month. Doug. 6074.
NEW up-to-date 1 rooms, oak finish, large
. lotf fine location; price $6,250; terms. 8187
N. 4th St. Norrls A Norrls. D 4270.
MINNIE LTJ8A home and Jots offer he
beat opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler. 1(7 -..
NEARLY NEW 5-ROOM
$375 v CASHT BALANCE
Located at 8468 Hartman avenue, one
block west of 34th St car . line, where the
houses) are all new; ha large combination
s living room with alcova and dining room
) finished in oak, well arranged kitchen and
- two nlc sleeping rooms and bath all on
on floor; first-class plumbing through
out: electrla light and gas; furnace heat;
corner ldt; ' house now vacant ready to
move into. Bee us about it at one.
' HASTINGS HEYDEN,
' 1614 HARNEY ST. PHONE TYLER 60
Kountze Place Bungalow
5-room strictly modern bungalow, all
rooms on first floor, fin basement, fur
nace heat, large attic, oak throughout
lira- 60-foot south front lot, 1 block to
park and car line, paving paid. Winter
' suonlv of coal goes with the property.
Owner .leaving city and must sell. If
interested' In a tin little bungalow home
C"U J.L. HIATTCO.,
QAA FIRST NATIONAL PHONE Q
fVV BANK BLDd. TYLER OO
MILLER PARK SPECIAL.
SNAP FOR $5,600. -
Seven-room semi-bungalow, built by
day, labor for home, all the built-in fea
tures, fireplace, etc. ; screened front porch,
full brick foundation, splendid laundry,
with whit enamel tubs, owner is leav
ing city; $2,000 down wilt handle.
' OSBORNE REALTY CO.', ,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
, 26TH AND M ANDERSON.
6-room. all modern cottage, larg lot
.hade and fruit trees, cement walks and
paved street paid for. Only $3,800, on
good terms. i
P. 3. TEBBEN9 CO '
"608 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. P. 8183.
. ,.- . MILLER PARK ,
I rooms, all modern, close to car and
Miller park, very good location, has gar.
' ago1. $3,800, fcasb. or terms. F. D. Wead,
310 South 18th 8t, Tyler 151. '
IF you are going to buy a horn, see this
first; a fin flv-room .-house :eleeti1e
lights, gas and water. Prlc $3,009, See
wner at !3J uanaerson.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
YOUNG ft DOHERTY,
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
J51 BRANDKIS THEATER. DO. 1571.
BRAND new OAK BUNGALOW, large
. corner lot, 1230 cash, bal. Ilk rent, near
car. $9,609. Call days. Doug. 140.
K ,50 buys an attractive, wen bum, -
room modern bungalow.- finished In Oak
and white" enamel, with oak floors
throaghout; having sun room, living room
with brick fireplace, dining room, kitchen,
two bedrooms, tiled bath and tiled front
- vestibule; full femented basement, fur
nace heat, laundry connections;- stairway
to floored attic; storm windows and
screens; built in Ills; lot 4 by 16S feet;
something desirable; investigate.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
City National Bank Bldg. Psuglag 78.
" HANSCOM PARK
t room modem bungalow near park,
extra large lot, good location, close to
Car. JrTlCO SO,suv. un arrange iciua
D. Weld, 810 South 18th By Tyler :
WANT offer on 8-room .mod, cottage; easy
terms. South !0th, "near Vinton, Call
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
$13-14 City National
8-ROOM MODERN PRESSED BRICK
HOUSE FOR ONLY 34,600.
In good order, oak finish, tlreplac.
' larg porches, shad trees, lot 50x13:4,
garage, paving paid, near nice park. Own
er leaving city. '
W. H. GATES.
847 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1294-
CLOSE-IN 7-roont strictly modern home,
beet of repair, paved surest, locatsd
west of high school. Cash price, $4,000.
Consider cottage, lot or auto a part pay
ment. Rasp Bros., 210 Keellne. Tyler 721,
6-ROOM cottage, two blocks from oar, full
lot. $8,000. Terms. 8300 cssb.balanc $20
BENSON & CARM1CHAEL.
642 Paxton Block.
WE eell, rent. Insure and make loans on
city property, north.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
S4th and Ames Col. 217.
OWING to sickness, I must sell my new 7
room houses In Minne I.usa. Will make
bargain price. Call Col. 80, ask for Con
don. FOR quick sale or rent of your property call
A. J. DAVIS CO., Doug. 7150. 220 S. 13th
St., Real Estate and Insurance.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
202 S. 17th St. Douglas 6013.
" ' W. FARNAM SMITH 4 CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St. Douglas 1064.
F D WEAD SELLS REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE Business Property.
BIG BARGAIN IN SO. OMAHA
The brick store Duuaing at ro.
"N" St., being the west 26 feet of the 3
story building; south front, taxes all paid
Rents for $558 per year. Price $2,600.
BENSON & MYERS CO..
424 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. '(48.
WE WILL buy your home or business prop-
srty and pay casn.
H. A WOLFE CO-
mi.rtn Bids. Tylsf Sl
BUSINESS property and Investments.
820 First National Bank Bldg.
u'r-iniTir. INVESTMENT CO.
Income, Business and Trackage Specialists.
16th and Dodge Sts Douglse 415
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES.
ONE smaller lot upon which to build a
home; can exenange ior seven-paoacuaer
Davis auto. Call soutn mm.
Holt Co. farm, good soil, fair Improvements.
$50 per a. wouia consiaer sooa nuuo. m
pmt. Mr. Pease. 211 Branrtela Thes Bldg.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
FOR SALE 2 lots, lust south of Elmwood
Park In Overlook aaamon. iwner rami
City. Will sell cheap for cash. Address
Box Y 1188. Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
- $7,000 -
Very well built home, near 50th and
Chicago Sts., with large living room, din
ing room and kitchen on the first floor;
three bedrooms and sleeping porch on the
second floor; two rooms finished in the
attic; attractive fireplace, tile bath room;
garage and cement driveway.. Price right.
Terms can be arranged.
GLOVER & SPAIN, '
Douglas 3962. 819-20 City National.
cmn ninonuK' il.nno CASH.
Fine bungalow, finished mostly In' oak;
large living room with fireplace anil-four
bedrooms; a vey sightly location.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
DUNDEE HOME $300 down for a strlutly
modern, brand new, 5-room Dungaiow
Liberty bonds or W. S. starhpB same as
cash. Douglas 3840 or Colfax 4193. owner
DUNDEE 2-story frame, 7 rooms, modern
hom at a bargain price, c A. unm
mel. Phone D. 1616.
Two beautiful lots south of Elmwood
Park in Overland addition full size lots
50x150. Will take. Liberty bonds as pay
ment Owner going to camp, must sell.
Act quick. Address Box Y 635. Omabs
REAL ESTATE WAN FED.
rira"nuun ,wjmj .......
It you bav a substantial, modern (furnac
not important), iiv-rpom nu
neighborhood and on through car lino thst
you will -sell on payments with about $200
to $500 cash payment telephone South
153$ and glv prlc and location at one.
Must b dear and all on on floor, and
worth around $2,000. Distance not impor
tant if goodjecatlon and near througtrear
line, r adio a. stn street
WANTED RANCH OR FARM
Press brick business block and residence
property: also $30,000 worth mortsg pa
per. S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY.
118 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
HAVE that Instsllment loan on your hom
changed to a straight 'flvo-year loan and
rsllev yourself of that monthly burden.
E. H. Lotigee, Inc., 688 Kenn niog.
"72 10 HARRISON & MORTON.
818 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg,
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keelrtie Bldg.
h va RtkinKR.
Money on hand for mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg
QUICK ACTION ON LANDS.
W T. GRAHAM.
604 Be Bldg." Douglas 1633.
5V2 nisVlUL PETERSON. 5V2
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nst Bank Bldg Doug. 3716.
t - CITY AND FARM LOANS.
(, 6tt and ( Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT CO.. Keellne Bldg.
l.niM'uinK n..mntlv IP. D.
Wead. Wesd Bldg., 18th and Fsrnam Bta.
8HOPEN COMPANY Douglas 48.
THERE is no better investment than a high
grade first mortgage bearing 6 per cent
Interest snd secursd by an Omaha real,
denes. B.B. Louge. Inc., 638-48 Kee
, LOW RATES.
& a Carlberg, tit Brand!
Theater Side Doug. 186.
FARM AND RANCH LAND 3 '
Our salt excursion to McOfhe. Ark
W. 8. FRANK. 101 NCVILLB BLK.
A good 48$ tract netr Akron, Washing
ton counly. A good buy at prlc asked.
Clauson Bros., Klron. la.
FOR Sale or Trade 808 acres of farm land;
ISO acres broke us. For partloular
writ to C A. Pearson. Winston. Logan
Co., Colo. ..
WE have several choice quarters in Kit
Carson county, Colo., tor sale. Klok In
vestment Co., Omaha.
Marvland water front farm. Mild climate.
Ja't'g'e. Russell Realty Co . Baltimore. Md.
GREAT BARGAINS 36 down, $6 monthly
buys 40 acres; good fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri; prlc
only $120. ' Address Box 382-C, Spring
field. Mo - .
CHEYENNE COUNTY, ,
NEBRASKA, ' BARGAINS
Fine H c. imp. farm near Lodgepol.
Can glv possession March 1, 1918.
H sec. 4H miles from Lodgepole; all
. broke out and fenced, ready , tor fall
wheat; land lays perfect.
160 seres with 100 acres broke out,
ready for fall wheat; Vt. crop goes with
land delivered to marked Land level as
a floor; ?U miles from- town.
Fins improved quarter, 110 acres under
cultivation; fenced and cross fenced. Pos
session March 1, 1818. One-third this
year's crops goes with land If sotd soon.
C. L. TATE,
6r.! OAHHA NAT. WANK. OMAHA, NEB.
FUR SALE Sec. 19-11-58, being unim
proved, 860 acres, 21 miles due south of
Bushnell, Neb., and on main- truck road
and rural route. Well settled neighbor
hood; land joining on north and south is
improved: school H mile. 600 acre Is
tillable wheat land, level to gently roll
ing for tractor and In one body; 160 roll
lug to hilly, well grasjeij pasture In n. w.
corner. Black lonm, no sand. Bargain
price, $9,000; $2,000 cash; $2,720 March
1; $4,380 6 years, 0 per cent. If ten miles
nearer Bushnell this section would sell
for $35 per acre In a hurry. Also own
lovel half .section wheat land, Kit Carson
county, Colo., and level 320 acres wheat
land, Sedgwick county, near Julesburg.
Particulars on request. Will F, Sleden
topf, owner Council Bluffs, la.
$1,500 DOWN GETS 247 ACRES,
PAIR HORSES, 10 COWS, AND
Poultry, wagons, harness machinery,
tools, hay, fodder, same potatoes, other
crops. Productive tillage, 60-cow wire
fenced pasture, wood and timber Bhould
pay for farm; 100 apple trees, other fruit.
Good 8-room house, good basement barn,
owner for quick sale Includes everything
for $4,600, $1,500 down. Details page I
Strout's catalog of this and other bar
gains, many with stock tools, crops. Read
details on page 13 of splendid one-man
fruit, truck, poultry 25-acrs farm near
big city with stock, tools, crops, all for
$1,500,. easy terms. Catalog free. E. A.
Strout Farm Agency. Dept. 3072, 205 S.
18th St., Omaha. Neb.
FARMS AND RANCHES
We have several very, atthacllve prop
erties tor sale In Dawes, Keya Paha and
Brown counties. These are places that
we have peraonslly InBpected, and tan
recommend as being good buys. Send for
. list and photos stating as to your wants
Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
FOR SALE! 800-acre ranch, 196 acres cul
tivated; well Improved: two wells, fine
water; fine cattle country; lots of grass;
gas tractor, threshing outfit and other
furm machinery; some crop, all for $15,
UOO; possession at once. Near Wellfleet
Come and see It II. J. Seeley, Wellfleet,
YORK COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE.
Some extra good bargains. Well Im
proved, Also a fireproof garaga for
trade on farm In central Nebraska.
Rents at $175.00 per month. M. O. Hick
man, 103S Elmer Ave., York, Neb.
WHITE me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches In god old Dawes
county. Arab L. Hungerford, Crawford.
WIS specialize In the sale of Nebraska
ranches, large and small. Whits & Hoov
er, 464 Omaha Natl Bk.'Bldlg.
MERRICK COUNTY improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right price. M. A.
LARSON, Central City, Neb. .
160 ACRES improved, close In. paved road.
Nllson. 423 Securities Bldg.
IMPROVED farms In a section that has
never bad a drought Always lots of rain
fall. Small cash payment; tea years for
the balance. Writ W. H. Jones, Immi
gration Agent. Texas. Oklahoma it East
ern Railroad Co., Broken Bow. Okl.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a.,
Including paid up water rights Henry
Levi A C Ml Rylander 864 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM LAND WANTED.
WANTED By married man 31 years -of age
to rent a farm where landlord Is willing
-"to furnish horses and machinery, also
4 to leave a few milk cows and brood sows
on farm. Well experienced In farming
and stock raising and can glvs A No. 1
references. Will taks one-third the crop,
the same Increase in stock. Charles L.
Lane, Clarks, Neb.
Don't list sour farm with us If you
want to "eep It.
E. P. SNOWDEN SON.
610 Electr Bldg Douglas 8371
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
35 APRIL and May chicks, 40c and 60c
apiece. Florence 446.
BARLEY, $3.60 per cwt, delivered. Wag
ner. 801 N. 16th. Phone Douglas 1142.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
FEEDING and breeding swes for sal.
J. E. Patterson. Sanders. Mont.
IMMUNE PIGS, 2 and 3 months old, $10.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, plssos and notes as security
$40, 6 mo., H.' goods, total, $1.66.
Smaller, larger ant'ts. proportional rat
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
433 Securities Bldg.. 16th Farnam. Ty. 666
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
1CT 8MALLER LOANS. . O C7
10 Vt. C. FLATAU EST. 183 10
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TY. 860
Lowest rates. Prlvsts loan booths. Harry
Malesbock. 1614 Dodge D. 6618 Est 1881.
DIAMOND?" AND TEWKT.RT LOANS
Wife Keeps Date With
But Takes Policeman
Pete Talles. a Greek, 29 years old,
was arrested at Fourteenth and
Douglas streets last night, on a
charge 'of wife abandonment, while
he was keeping an appointment
which he had made with khis wife.
Talles' is accused of havig deserted
his wife and young baby three months
ago. lie evidently became lonesome
for them and sent a note to Mrs.
Talles," asking her to meet him. She
did so, but brought an officer with
her, and lanes will be brought be
fore the police court Fridav
Mrs. Talles stated to the police that
her husband had contributed nothing
to the support of. his family for more
tnan three months.
Slavic .Mobilization Ordered.
Was hmgton, ; Aug. 8. Orders . for.
the immediate rSobilization at Camp
Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S. G, "of
the .Slavic legion, authorized by the
army v appropriation bill,- were . an
nounced today at the War deoart
ment, providing voluntary enlistment
oTyugo-Slava, Cecho-Slovaks and
Rutnenians and other oooressed
peoples who are anxious to fight
against vjcruiao ana Austria-nun'
gary, .. .; .
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Market is Slow, but
Steady; Hogs .Axe Ten
to Fifteen vle&ts
Official Monday ....
Official Tuesday . ..
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
..18.160 (.312 6.333
,.13.125 11.768 11,550
.. 3.034 14,318 13.374
.. 5,400 16,000 12,000
Four days this weak,. '..43,746 48.280 44,166
Sam day last wekl.!32 27,130 68.1 1(1
Same days 2 wexs sgox.zs.sos ut
Sams a year ago. ..... .17,791 37,176 88.570
Receipts and disposition of live stork at
the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for
24 hours ending at 3 o'clock p. Tn., Thurs
dsy, August 8, 1918:
.CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Cattle Hogs Sheep
$3 46 44
67 si ...
19 6 3
6 3 ...
1 3 ' ...
195 226 48
C. A J.W, east
CAN. W., west
C, St. P.. M. O......
C B. ft Q.. east ... A. ; .
C, B, ft Q, west...!,..
C, R. I. ft P., cast
C, R. I. A P.. west
Chicago Great Western.
Oudahy Packlmr Co.
Armour- A Co
Hell warts A Co
J. w. Murphy?
Lincoln Packing Co.. 33
S. O. Packing Co.... 13
Wilson Packing Co.. 11
W. B. Vansant Co... 1 .... ....
F. B. Lewis 230
J. B. Root Co 14
J. H. Bulls 5
Rosenstock Bros. ..1. 66 .... ....
F. G. Kellogg 60
Werthelmcr A Degen. S18- .... ....
H. F. Hamilton; M
Sylllvan Bros 3
M. A O. Calf Co.... 62
Hlggtna .TT 10
Huffman 5 .... ,,,,
Meyers 0 .... ....
Glassberg 9 .... ....
John Harvey r!Hl ... . ....
Dennis A Francis.... 108 .... ....
Jensen A Lungien... 250 .... ....
Cheet A Krcbs 21
Pat O'Dea 34
Other buyer 3,219 10,768
Totals 9.390 15.886 15,500
Cattle With 6,400 head of cattle on sale
his morning tmdlng was very slow and
about steady with yesterday, and there war
considerable holdings still In first hands from
the forepart of the week. Native steers
on the choice to prlmo order wore selling
from $17.0018.00 with good to choice
grades anywhere from $15 6017.00 and
from $14.00(315.00 on fair to good grades.
As compared with a week ago native beef
shows a decline from II:. Choice western
rangers quotable from $14.50016.00 and
from $12.00$14 on the fair to good kind.
Butcher stock was steady today, 81.26fii2.00
lower than a week ago; good to choice cows
lowr than a week ago; good to choice cows
bringing anywhere from 38 009.50, and
fair to good grades anywhere from $7.00
8.90 and canners and cutters st a spread of
$5.00(317.00. Stockers and feeders were
around fl.00Ol.60 lower than a week ago.
Quotations on cattle: Choice to prime
beeves, f 17.00018.00; good to choice beeves,
I25.6017.00; fair to good beeves. $14.00t
18.00; common to fair beeves, $10.00 13.00;
good to choice yearlings, fl5.&017.00 , fair
to good yearlings, $12.0015.00; common to
fair yearlings, $8.0010.00; rood to choice
grars beeves, $14,.5016.60; fair to good
grass beeves, $12.0014.OO; common to fair
beeves, $9.012.00; good ':o choice heifers,
$9.0011.00; good to choice cows. $8,254(1
10.25; fair to good cows, $7.5008.25; com
mon to fair cows, $5.607.25; prime feed
ers, J12.00tfl3.00; good to choice feeders,
$10.0011.00; fair to good feeders, $.60fi
10.60; common to fair feeders, $6,608.00;
good to choice stockers, $9.0011.00; stock
heifers, $7.60068.00; stock cows, $6,000
7.00; veal calves, $9.0013.00; bulls, stags,
Hogs There was a liberal run of hogs
here today, 228 loads estimated at 16,000
head, making the supply for the week to
date 48,280 head. The market was a very
uneven affair from the opening until the
close, early sales were all the way from 10
to 15C lower, at whlcn prices half of the
hogs probably were sold. The market then
began to firm up a little closing at close
to steady prices compared with yesterday;
The bulk of sales will bs 318.0018.I6 with
a few common hogs down to $17.90 and up
Sheep There were 46 loads of sheep re-
ported In this morning, estimated at 12,000
head, making supplies for the Week to date,
44,156 head. There seemed to be a fairly
good undertone In the sheep barn this morn
ing on both fat and feeder lambs, but very
few fat lambs had been sold on the early
rounds. ' A String of Feewees going at
$17.00. An early top on feeder lambs was
made of $17.40. With the strong undertone
it would not be surprising If higher sales
are reported. The market Is steady to
Quotation on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice, $16.5017.50; lambs, fair to good,
$14.0016.50; lamb feeders, I15 2617.fi0;
yearlings, good to choice, f 13.0O14.6O;
yearlings, fair to good, fl2.7513.00; year
ling feeders, $10.76 12.80; ewes, good to
choice, 11.00 13.00 ; ewes, fair to good,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Aug. IS. (U. 8. Bureau of Mar
kets.) Cattle Receipts, 10,000 head; mar
ket shows better action with higher spots
on beef and. butcher cattle, but continues
very uneven; good clearances; calves fully
steady; beef cattle: good, choice and prime.
$17.00(18.80; common and medium, 610.00
17.00: butcher atock: oows and heifers.
I7.00S14.25; canners and cutters. $6.00
7.00; stockers and feeders: good, choice and
fancy, $10.00013.00; inferior, common ana
medium, $7.6010.00; veal calves: good and
choice, $16.00 17.26.
Hokb Receipts, 16,000 head; market
closed with early advance lost; top, $20.06;
establishing a new high record, was mnue
early; practical top later, $19.60; butchers,
il9.15&19.85; light, $19.409.90; packing,
$18.0019.00; rough. $17,664)18.60; bulk bt
sales, 1 8. 25 19.2b ; pigs: good and choice.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 16,000 head;
Iambs steady to strong; sheep steady to 26c
lower; prim S year old Oregon wethers,
$14.76; iambs; cholo and prim, 417.600
18.36! medium and good, $16.60017.60; culls,
$13.00014.00; swes: choice and prime,
$13.26012.901 medium and good, $11,000
13.2$; culls, I4.IO0MO.
Kansas City live Stock.
Kansas City, :io Aug. 8. Cattle Re
ceipts, 10,000 head; market Steady; prime
fed steers, $17.26018.60; dressed beef
steers, $12.64017.00; western steers, $10.00
(ffio.uu; cows,-a.uu'ffii.Du; neiiers, si.euiv
13.60; stockers and feeders, $7.60016.60;
bulls, $6.0009.60; calves. $6.50011.00.
Hogs Receipts, 1.000 hesd; market
steady; bulk, $18.60019.60; heavy, $19.(00
19.66; packers and butchers, 2l9.oo0ti.co;
light, $18.60019.40; plS.. $16.00017.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,000 head;
market strong; lambs, $16.00017.75; year
lings, $11.00016.00; wethers, $10.00014.60;
84. Loots Lira Stock.
St. Louis, Aug. (.Cattle Receipts, 1,000
head; market steady; native beef steers,
$11.60018.25; yearling steers and heifers,
89.50015.60; cows, $7.60012.60; stockers
snd feederir $8.60012.00; beef cows and
heifers, $7.60016.00; native calves, $7,760
Hogs Receipts, 9,000 head; market
lower; lights, $19.70019.85; bulk, $19,650
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2,500 bead;
market steady; lambs, $14.00017.00; swes,
$11.00011.00; canners and choppers, $6,000
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux 'My, Aug. (. Cattle Receipts, 17
200 head; market weak; beef steers, $8,760
15.60; fat cows an heifers, $8.1508.76,
canners, $9.(007.00; stockers and feeders,
$8.76012.50; feeding cows and heifers, $7.00
Hogs Receipts, T,(0 head; market
steady to higher; .lights. $19.00 0 10.26
mixed, $18.50019.00; heavy, $18.00010.60;
bulk of sales, i.uuwio.3(L-
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, (00 bead;
St. Joseph Liv Stock.
St Joseph, Mo Aug, (.Cattle Receipts,
2.000: market, lower; steers. $8.00 018.00:
cows and heifers, $5.00015.00; calves, $5.00
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; top, $19.60;
bulk. $1$.6O019.6O. i
SheeD and Lambs Receipts. 1.600 Bead:
market, steady; tombs, $12.10017.(0; wes,
J?ew Task flsgar.
New fork, Aug. $. Sugars-Raw, tady
Receipts Are . Mostly Light;
Bulk of Good Oom Steady;
Oats 'Are Unchanged to
One-Half Cent Up.
Omaha, August $. 1918.
Receipts today were generally light, with
about the earn as last Thursday for all
grains, with 111 oars Of wheat. 4$ cars of
oorn, 31 ear of oats, 1 car, of rye and 1 car
Corn prices ranged from 4 cents lower to
1 cent higher. The bulk of the whit and
In the good grade brought about
yesterday's figures, though No. 3 whit went
It the extreme aecune. rso. 1 muea was
1 cent higher. Oft .grsdes in the several
varieties generally showed lower prices.
Oat were unchanged to 4 cent higher
and the wheat market was firm.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipt (cars) Today. Wk.Ago.
Wheat ......lit 114
Corn ...T...... 4$ 47
Oats i 11
Rys 1 I ..
Barley 11 I
Wheat H 41 $
Corn 4 V3 M
Oats v ' " 3
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS,
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago v . . .
...457 62 2)
Kansas City .......
410 26 S
Today. Year Ago
.... 2,69$, 000 JiST.UOO
.... 463.000 520.000
. . 408,000
UNITED STATES CLEARINGS.
Today Year Ago
Wheat SiiD.OUO 8!,000
Oats 33,000 3NM00
Corn No. 1 whits: 1 CHr, $1.63. No. 3
white: g cars, 31.83. No. 4 white: 4 cars,
Ilia No. white: 1 car, SI. 71; i cars.
11.78; l car, $1.77. No. white: 1 car,
$1.67; 1 cars. $1.66; i cars, $1.63. Sample
white: 1 car. $1.65. No. 2 yellow: 1 car.
11.78. No. 3 yellow: 7 cars. $1.70. No. 4
yellow; 3 4 cars, $1.70. No, 6 yellow r 8
rare, $1.67. Nu. 6 yellow: 1 car, $1.60.
Sample yellow: 1 car, $1.62; 1 tar, $1.60.
No. mixed: 1 car, $1.70. No. 3 mixed.
1 car, $1.66. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, $1.63.
No. 6 mlxeiLv 1 car, 11.60. Sample mixed:
1 car, $1.60; 1 oar, $1.36.
Oats Standard, 1 car, 60t4o; No. 3, white,
1 car, c; 4 cars, 684c; sample what, 1
Wheat No. 1 hard, IS cars, $3,114; No
i hard, 1 car, $3. 164; 6 cars, $3.16; 13 cars,
$1,164: 1 oar, $2,14 4 (smutty); No. 3 hard,
1 car $3.13; 1 car, $3.13; 3 rare, $3.10, (yul
low Bmutty); No. 4 hard. 3 cars. $3.10: 1
car. $3.0$ (smutty); No. 1 spring. 4 cars,
$3.18, (northern): 1 car, $3,154; 1 car, $3.13
(smutty): J ears, $113 (northern smutty);
No. 3 spring, 3 cars. $2.15'i (northern); 1
car $3.13 (smutty); No. 1 mix, 1 car, $3.16;
1 car, $3.14; 1 car, $3.1.'.
Closing Chicago prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers.
316 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art, I Open. High. I Low. t'lom. Yest.
Aug. 1 67K 1 lt 157S I M 168
Sep. 1 63 1 (3 160i, 1 63V 163
Oct. 1 63 .1 4Vsl6IH 1 614 163
Apg. M 70 I 68 6' M
Hep. 6V 70H. 60 7054 "
Oct.- 70V1 714 70 71 70ft
Sep. 44 20 44 10 41 00 44 60 44 36
Sep. 36 $0 36 30 36 67 2$ 75 34 77
Oct. 36 82 26 $0 26 67 26 76 86 77
Sep. 24 S3 24 83 34 47 24 61 34 77
Oct. 24 93 84 7 34 60 34 76 24 3
CHICAGO ORAM AND PROVISIONS.
Liberal Selling by Longs Offsets Crop News
of Bullish Character.
Chicago, Aug. 8. Correct anticipation that
th government crop report would hav a
deoldedly bullish aspect mad ths oorn mar
ket today average higher. Prices closed
strong at Ho to lo net advance, with Sep
tember $1.63 01.63 and Ootober $1,640
1.644. Oats finished Ho up. In pro
visions ths outcome varied from liitlie
decline to 2 60 advance.
Despite good rainfalls west and south
west and notwithstanding that the tempera
tures wers somewhst lower, th corn mar
ket quickly took an upward swing.' Strength
appeared dus altogether to gossip current
that big reductions wers Inevitable In th
government estlmstes of probable yield com
pared with a month ago. An a matter of
fact, th official report, when made public
after trading for the day had come to an
end, showed a much more radical cut than
th gossip had suggested. The bulge In
prices, however, led to liberal selling on the
part of longs, who were somewhat Influenced
by continued rains In Kansas, but tension In
regard to th government report aominaiea
values again at the last.
Oats were ruled by the action of corn.
Trade as a whole was light.
Record breaking prices In th hog market
tended to otrengthen provisions. Illbs
though, wer depressed by sales from deal
ers who simultaneously war buying lard.
Corn No, 2 yllow, $1.80; No. I yellow,
$1.7601.76; No. 4 yellow, $1.6801.72.
Oats No. 1 wnite, tsotn?ic; sianaara,
Rye No, 2, $1.78.
Chicago, Aug. $. Butter Higher; cream
1 " . a na 1 . 41 ......
' JLggs Liower; recvipia, b,du kub, mam,
27Ucl38o: ordinary firsts, 260364c; at
mark, cases Included, 36 0 37 4c,
Potatoes Unsettled : receipts, i cars;
Virginia, barrels, $4.7806.00; Illinois, Early
Ohtos, $.00; Minnesota, Karly Ohlos, bulk.
$2.0603.10; sacked, $2.1502.20.
Poultry Alive, market lower; fowls, is
29c; springs, 50c.
Minneapolis, Aug. (.Corn No. 2 yellow,
$1.70 01.76. I
Oats No. I wnll. 4W440.
Bt. Louis Grain.
St Louis. Aus.i: I. orn September,
$1.(34; October, $1.(4 bid.
usts Btpttmoer, iva bio.
Kansas City Grain.
Van... f.ltv. An B.4ornM.A.uaust.
$U9Hi September,. $1.'63 4! October, $1,(4.
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts, light; emand good for both
prairie bay and alfalfa; market firm snd
higher on all grades - '
Upland Prairie Hay Choice. $22.00; No. 1,
$19.00032.00; No 2, $16,OO0I8.po; Ho. i,
89.00&13.00 No. I midland, $19.00021.00;
No. 2 midland, $14.00017.00. No. 1 low.
land, (14.00916.00;. No. 2 lowland, (10.00
11.00; No. lowland, $8.009 00.
Alfalfa Choice, $26.00: No. 1, $23.00
24.00; standard, $20.0021.00; No. 2, $17.00
19.00; NO. (, $13.00014 0.
Straw Oats, $9.00010.00; wheat, $9,000
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, ia., Aug. 8. Turpentine Mar
ket firm, (4; sales 200 bbls.; receipts, 4$
bbls.; shipments, 125 bbls.; stock, 27,710
Roiln Firm. Bales, 727 casks; receipts,
72$ casks; shipments, 2,272 casks; stocks,
78,866 casks. Quota: B, $10.06010.10; D,
(10.10O10.20I" B. (10.20010.2$; F. $10.(5;
O, $10.46 0 10.474; H, $10.60; I $10.66; K,
$11.0(011-10; M, (11.26; N, (ll.60Oll.6b
WO, $11.(6; WW, $11.70.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruit.
New York,' Aug. S. Evaporated Apples
dull: state. lJUfelSo.
Prunes Firn; Californias, $016o; Ore-
Apricots Firm; choice, 16c; svtra choice.
18 c: fancy. 19 ue.
Peaches Quiet; standard, 120184o;
choice. 12 01340! fancy. 1401440.
Raisins Firm; loose muscatel, 9o; choice
to fancy seeded, 1O40UO; sesdiess, 940
114c; London layers, z.ou.
New York Metal.
New Tork, Aug. (.Lead Unchanged.
Spelter Firm! East St, Louis spot, $(,220
At London Tin 1387.
London, Aug. (.Bar sliver, money and
discount rates Unchanged. .
Xtalata. Ant. (.iJn.ee A $.$$..
NEW YORK STOCKS
Telegraph and Telephone Is
sues Weaken; Steel Re
peats Recent Maxi-mjHnofllO'
New York. Aug. $. Th proposed tilts
slon of federal regulation over various lines
of trade accounted as much as anything
lee for the further sluggish and uncer
tain course of .stocks today.
Shares of the telegraph and telephone
companies again weakened, ywlth Western
Upton at a new minimum, and packing is
sues wer heavy on the severe arraignment
of tho Interests by the'f ederat trad com
mission, which recommended contrl ot that
industry and Its many collateral branches.
Kor the third time tfrts week, U. S. Steei
repeated Its recent maximum ot 110, closing
within the smallest fraction of that quo
tation at a gain ot substantially on point
Ralls wer In the background, msking no
response In th last hour to th government's
crop report which Indicated conditions
variably under those of the preceding
Rates on London and Paris moved favor
ably to .thoa centers and th weekly state
ment of the Bnak ot England disclosed 'an
other material gnln, almost $8,(00,000 in
Bonds were variable, French municipal
and state Issues hardening. Liberty Third
4 Us reglKterrd a nw low record at $94.80.
Total sales (par value), $5,9(6,000. Old U,
S. bonds were unchanged on call.
Thi following wers the sales and closing
Snlea High Low Hid
Am. Dcet Sugar.".. 300 1194 694 694
American Can 900 47 4 46 4 44
American C. A F. . 600 844- 844 844
American Loco A... 600 Ht (64 66.
American 8. A It.. 1,800 78 77 77 4
Aim Sugar Ret 110
Am. Tel. & Tel,... 1,400 91 904 914
Amer. 7. , L. 3.... 1.400 18 18 13
Anaconda Copper.. 1.200 C4 65 4 66 7,
Atchison 500 86 $5 85
A. Q. W.I.9.8.L. 103
Baltimore & Ohio.. 300 53 63 534
B. & S. Copper.... 800 V,yt 26 26
Cul. Petroleum.. 15
Cnnsdlan Pacific... 200 13 153 153
Central Leather 67
C. & 0 65
C, M, & St. P 1,000 44 44 4 4
C. . W 914
C. It. 1. A 1 otfs 2S4
Chlno Copper ' 800 89 4 814 39
Colo. Fuel & Iron.. 300 46 4 40 46
Corn Prod, Raf.... 300 44 43 43
Cruclbln Steel 1,100 66 66 4 6K,
Cuba Cane Sugar., 1.300 80 ' 30 30
lstl!lor Sec , 9,900 69 63 68
Kris 200 15 IS 14
(lenornl F.lertrlc 600 146 144 145
(leneral Motors COO U6 164 164
Ot. Northern pfd.. 200 90f (04 (0
O. N, Or fR 31
Illinois Central 20 97 (7 66
Inspiration Copper.. 2.600 63 6t 61
Int. M. M. pfd 700 98 97 7t
Int. Nickel 1.800 29 4 39 29
Int. Paper., I
K. C. Southern IT
Kennecott Copper.. 600 33 S34 S3fc
Louisville & Nash 118
Maxwell Motors.... 200 264 2(A 26
Mexirsn rcltoleum. 1,400 3014 101 101
Miami Copper 27
Missouri 1'aclflc... 300 22 23 22
Montana Tower., ,, .... .... 67
Nevada Copper ," 20
N. Y. Central TOO 72H 72 73
N. Y., N. II. & II... 800 10 39 39
Norfolk & Western 103
Northern Pacific , 87
Pacific Moll 294
KnnBylvnnla 1.000- 44 43 43
Pittsburgh Coal . . .X 60
Ray Con. Copper 23
Rending 3,600 88 88 (8
Rep. Iron A Steel.. 1,400 92 91 93
Mbattuok Arls. Cop 16
Southern Pacific, ., 600 85 j(4 (5
Southern Railway,.. 600 234 2(4 234
Sturiebaker Corp,... 44
Texas Co 400 1624 1(1 162
Union Paclflo 1,300 121 121 121
U. 8. lnd. Alcohol.. 2,600 129 128 128
United States Steel. 41, 600 110 109 109
U. H. teel pfd 600 110 110 109
Utah Copper 900 81 (0 60
Wabash pfd. "B" 28
Western Union 900 78 77 77
West. Klectrlc 300 41 414 41
Bethlehem Steel.... 3,600 84 $3 (3!a
Total sales for ths day, 160,000 shares.
New York Money.
New Torlt, Aug. (.Mercantile Paper
Sterling Demand, $4.75 ; rabies, $4.7H.
Francs Demand, $6,69 4; cables, $6.64,
Guilders Demand, -6214c; cabloa, 6244c.
Lire Demand, $7.71; cables. $7.70.
Bar Sliver and Mexican Dollars Un
changed. Call Money Firm; high, (4 per cent;
low, 64 per cent; ruling rate, 64 per cent;
closing bid, 6 per cent; offered at 64 per
rent; last loan, (4 per cent.
U. 8. 2s. rog... 99 Ot. Nor, 1st 4tfs (U
do coupon ., 9S III. Cont. ref. 4s 78
U. S. 3s, reg ., 99 Int. M. M. 6s. 96
do coupon .. 9844 K. C. Bo. ref 6s 784
U. S. Lib. 84s. 100 'L. & N. un. 4. t34
U. 8. 4s reg ,.1084M. K. & T. 1st 4s 61
do coupon ..HI84M0. I'ac. gen. 4s 68
Am. For. Sec. 6s 97 4 Mont. Power. 6s 89
Anw?. & T. c 6s (6 4N. Y. C. deb. 6s i
Anglo-French 6s 83 Nor. Pacific 4.. 804
Arm. & Co. 4 4s (J 4 Nor. Paclflo 8s.. 69
Attn. gen. 4a.. 81 O. S. U ref. 4s 804
II. & O. cv 44s 76Pao. T. 4 T. 6s 874
B. Steel ref. 6s Sefc'Penn. oon. 44s. 644
Cent. Leather 6s 94 I'enn. gen. 4 4s. B?i
Cent. Pacific 1st 77 4 Reading gen. 4a 83 4
C. O. cv la.. 814 S L a 8 F a 6s 674
C 11 & Q J 4s 98480. Fac. cv 6s.. 904
C M & 8 P 0 44s 78o. Railway (s. 88
C M 8 P c, 44s 76 4,Tcx & Pao. 1st (3
CRI&P ret 4s 674Unlon Pac. 4s.. (64
C. & 8. ret 44s 72 U. 8. Rubber 6s 80
D. & H. O. r 6s 63 NU. S. Steel 6s., 08H
D. ot C. -n 1931 934'Wabash 1st .... 90
Erie gen. 4s .. 634 '"Id.
den. Else. 6s. 90 4
New York General.
Butter Market firm and unchanged.
Eggs Market Irregular but unchanged.
Cheese Market firm and unchanged.
Poultry Market steady and unchanged.
Wheat spot steady; No. 2 red, $3.(14
track New York export to arrive.
Corn spot steady; fresh shelled No. I yel
low. $2.00 and No. 3 yellow, $1.90, cost
and frclgt New York.
Oats spot stesdy; standard, 324 013c.
New York, Aug. 8. Cotton goods today
wers not very active but prices held firm,
with spot goods commanding a premium
when they can be secured from second
hands. Yarns were Quiet Price fixing an
nouncements ars made dally and naturally
hold opsratlons In check. Burlaps ana wool
goods wsrs quiet, 1
New York, Aug. . Cotton closed steady
at a net advance of 19 to 33 points.
New York. Aug. (.Cotton futures opsned
Irregular; October, 27.76o to 27.62c; Decem
ber, 27. 16c to 27.36c; January, 37.16o;
March, 27.300 to 27.06c; May, 27.10.
New York Coffee.
New York, Aug. (. Recent advances were
followed by scattering liquidation in the
market for coffee futures here today. The
market opened at a decline of S to 10 points
In consequence, with September selling off
to (.((0 and December to (.640. The market
steadied later, closing at a net loss of 2 to 9
points. September (.29c; October, S.49o;
December. (.680: January, (,76c; March,
(.900; May, 9.05c; July, 9.19c. Spot coffes
dull; Rio 7s, 840; Santos 4s, 11 40. Bra
zilian port receipts, 21,000 bags.
Learn latest and best way EGGOLA
TUM. Keeps eggs perfectly 1 year, costs
but le dot. No expensive jars needed.
Kept in ordinary box or carton. En
dorsed by National Housewives League,
Successful S yssrs. Ssmpls for iO do,
eggs 60s postpaid Book free. . .
Ceo. H. Lee CoV 1118 Harney, Omaha.
1116-1118 -Douglas Sir
Tel -Douglas I!
CALL ISSUED FOR
130,207 MEN FOft
ARMY IN AUGUST
Quotas of 1,500 From Nebris '
ka and 500 From . Iowa , ;
Assigned to Camp
Washington, Aug. 8. Caljs for "r
130,207 draft registrants qualified for .
general military service to join the ,
color before the end of August wer
issued tonight by the provost mar
shal general, ,
One hundred thousand white regis
trants from 43 states are ordered en
trained between August 26 and
August 30. Twenty-one . itates and .
th'e District of Columbia are directed.-'
to furnish 30,207 negro registrants to I
entrain August 22-24.
These orders bring the number of , .
men called out in August to about
300,000, the number contemplated to ;
the present military program.
Following are some of the states &
from which the white men now called ' -will
come and the camps to which .
each quota is assigned: - '
.Iowa, 500, Camp Funston, Kan.
Nebraska, 1,500, Camp Funston.
The negro registrants are called in x
part as follows: :
. . s asss -. i
Nebraska, lu, urnip nice.
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR"
United States Senator
At the Primaries, ' Augf. ' 20. ,
rcrsonal Letter. -
I have neither, the time. nor the
money to write and mail personal
letters to the voters of Nebraska
You cannot expect a man to give.'..;
all of his time and apend $25,000 In ' )
postage and advertising and if elected -give
you a square deal at your rep- t
resentative at Washington. ',
Therefore,' I. take this , meaiu of
reaching the voters. 1 assume .that
my standing with the people in jhe.
community where I have lived since
childhood is what the voters of this
state desire to learn. . '
The following are some of the en
dogenic 'a that I have received. I '
At a meeting of tbs Hastings Chnrch
Fid oration, March 29, 1917, the to!lolng y
resolutions wsre unanimously adopted:-
Whereas. Our present mayor, Hon. Wll- m
! ) .
llam Mndgett. having been elected upoa ,
certain pledges of law-enforcement, . espe ?
dally along moral lines, and having durln .
his administration kept good faith with ?
his constituents by entirely immune tnese .
pledges snd, ; , . r T
Whereas, He has given the Clty-ot Hast
inra an economical management of publla ;
ffnlM notably free from ths suiplclo at
Whereas, Hs has exercised extraordinary,
Judgment and discretion In the character,
ot the men he has from tlms to time
appointed to ths various municipal, offices,
particularly those having to do with ths v
enforcement of Inw; therefore, be lt-i- .
Resolved. That we most heartily endorse
ths administration of Mayor Msdgett and
earnestly eommsnd him to the electorate
of ths city, urging the Support of his can
didacy for his re-election, snd we. M - f
members of the Church Federation. Coun-
ell, hereby pledge him our support Snd
active effort In his behalf to ths end that :
the present creditable administration may
be continued. ' "
(Blgned) HABTINQ9 CHURCH FEDEKA.
TION, . . .. v - :. '
D. a MARTT. Pt,
"' 'CP. BHBAFF, Bee'y.- ,
Hastings. Neb;, Aug. S, lilt.
To Whom Tt May Concern:
The Ministerial Association ot Hastings . ' -
desires to plaoe Itself on record ss hsert
lly approving the administration of Hon
orable William Madgett as mayor ot thlg
Bs has stood unquestionably tor taw an- .
forcement, and ' has been exceptionally w, '
strong In his appointees who - have - been "
men of ability, strength and efficiency. ,
P. J. THI Eli, resident. 1 .
B. P. RICHARDSON, Secretary. - t
Extract et editorial. In Hastings tally
Tribune: r' V '
'Mayer William Madgett has saved, the
city of Hastings and the taxpayers thou
sands of dollars In paving contracts and In' .
ons Item of Inspection alone, be has Saved
the taxpayers $10,04.J7. '
Extract from editorial . in- ins Hastings
Democrat: . ' '
Whon William Madgett first began serv- ;
fng ths ctty as mayor, one of his first con- , -tests
was) in ths matter of getting paving
contract figures that, would save the tax
payers, snd he won out, saving the city be
tween $lt(,000 and $17(.00O. He next
made a determined and successtui snort
to save the taxpayers on paving Inspection,
and he won out, saving ths taxpayers ,
Hastings, Neb., Aug. (, ll. : .
Whereas, William Madgett, mayor ot our
city, as a oltlxen and in his capacity as ,
mayor has, at all times and under all con ...
dttlons, rhown by his actions that be Is a . v
friend of ths people, especially of the labor
ing man, and believing that we should
have in the U. 8. senate a man wno wm
use his Influence to prevent 'legislation
detrimental to the man ot toil; therefore
be It ' - '
Resolved, That we hereby, snd by this act
Indorse ths candidacy -of Hon. William
Madgett,- republican candidate for U. S.
(Signed) CARPENTERS' TJNION No. 107!
GEORGE H. BRUNOART, Presv
W. M. NICHOLS, Fin. Bee. .: '
Hastings, Neb., Aug. J, 191S.
To Whom It May Concern; ,
The first thing 1 want to say In behalf of
Mayor William Madgett, Is that he Is
honest, a thorough business man, and Is
possessed of excellent habits and character. . ,
He is at the present time serving . his sec
ond term as -mayor, having been re-elected
by a big majority. . V.
Mr. Madgett Is a born leader, and has the
sblllty to make good. .He has saved eur
taxpayers thousands of dollars, and is held .
in high esteem by our people. - f. '
, Yours very truly,
A. R. THOMPSON. Vice Pres., Net). Nat,
Bank. - "
If my platform and records' meet -j,
your approval tell you. friends, '
Working organizations in my behalf ,
and your votes and support will bo .
greatly appreciated. .--. .'. .-
Sincerely . jrs, t '
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