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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 29, 1918.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
A REAL BARGAIN
Here's chance to buy fine T-room
house on lot 43 1-1 by 300 tt. deep; u
built for k bom; location, 3215 California
St., on Harney car tin; plendld apses
for tarden: alio large laraga. Owner
wishes lo dispose of this property for bust
ness reasons. By deallnc direct with him
real estate commission saved. Telephone
3409 BURT STREET,
T room and large reception hall. House
built about five years. Oak finish; rooms
large; floored attic; garage; lot 66x159 ft.
HASTINGS A HETDEN.
1(11 HARNEY ST. Phone TYLER 10.
10:0 N SOTH ST. Brand new 4-roora
bungalow. 1-3 acre. Easy terms, cement
j walks to car.
PAYNE ft SLATER CO., Douglas 101S
(ROOM new stucco, modern house, Dundee.
1307 N. 60th Ave. Three sleeping rooms,
oak floors, full basement, 18.400. Month
ly payments. Phone Walnut 1830.
STRICTLY modern 10-room house, big lot.
nice location. On car line, close to school
and church. Will sell for 16.900. Located
at 3838 California Hsrney f216.
JdODERN oak bungalow In west Farnam,
33.600; nearly new; large lot; terms; call
clays. Doug. 1140.
LOT with all Improvements; on paved
street; good district; 1333 to 345: 36
down; ft per month. Doug 3014
NEAR PRAIRIE PARK
Just listed a t-room bungalow, all on
one floor, with one room finished up
stairs, located near 33d and Larimore
Ave.; 3 large lots, 30x132; south front, on
paved street; 8 kinds of bearing fruit on
place; good chicken house and fence.
Owner wants to make an absolutely cash
sale and has offered to sacrifice this bun
galow? with two large lots, for 34.000 for
Payne Investment Company,
637 Omaha Nat'l. BPnk BMg.
Near 26th & Fort.
Price Only 33,400.
Five rooms and bath, all on one floor;
hot water beat; strictly modern; choice
coraer lot, 60x130; garag; paving paid;
3500 down. 325 per month. OSBORNE
KKALTT CO. Tyler 496, 701 Om. Nat'l.
NlU-iTH S1DK BARGAIN.
PRICE ONLY 34,300,
For nearly new 6-room and den, strictly
modern home; oak finish, garage, lot 4Cx
138; 3500 down and $:15 per month.
OSBORNB REALTY CO.,
701 Om. Nut. Bank Bid. Tyler 498.
FuK SA1.K Modern tj-room house; kooU lo
cation; near Omaha university; hot water
heat; large screened, windowed sleeping
porch; larue screened rear porch; owner
leaving city; f:,3l)0; bargain. Fleming,
3706 Plnknoy. Webster CW.
6-ROOM new stucco, modern house. Dundee,
1307 N. 60th Ave. Three sleeping rooms
oak floors, full basement, 32.400. Month
ly payments. Phone Walnut 1920
26th and Manderson, 6 rooms, all mod
ern, $2,800, for Immediate shIc
P. J. TEBBENS, Phone D. 2182.
YOUNG ft DOHERTT,
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
S23 BRANDEIS THEATER DO
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
i-ROOM cottage, practically new.
Hill addition. Walnut 1723.
HOME for sale by owner, modern and good
location. 3566 Manderson.
PANDY northwest bungalow, five rooms
and bath; strictly modern; oak finish bun
galow; choice east front lot 60x130; two
blocks to car. Price only 33,700; $800
cash and 330 per month. Tyler 496.
OSBORNE- REALTY CO.,
701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldp. Tyler 4(.
40x63, with t-room bouse, on 14th Jus)
south of Leavenworth, only 31,800.
JOHN W BOBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
SEE THIS HOME.
The owner of an almost new 4-room
home, with bath, Is drafted and must
sell. Will aell the furniture. If wanted.
$360 cash will handle and balance easy
monthly payments. East front corner
lot oear park. Oarage on place.
WALNUT 677 EVENINGS OR
DOUG. 1014 DAYS.
SEE THIS HOME
The owner of an almost new 4-room
home, with bath, Is drafted and must
sell. Will sell the furniture, If wanted.
3350 cash will handle and balance easy
monthly payments. East front corner lo..
near Park. Garage on place.
WALNUT 677 EVENINGS OR
DOUG. 1014 DAYS.
BEAUTIFUL NEW S-R. BUNGALOW.
3500 down, price $3,000, $26 month.
All on one floor, choice oak floors and
finish; full basement; fine lot and choice
location. Call Tyler 436.
Osborne R. Co., 701 Om. Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
6-ROOM cottage, two blocks from car. full
lot, $2,000 Terms. $300 nssh.balanre $20
BENSON & CARM1CHAEL.
(41 Paxton Block
NEW 6-r bungalow, fireplace, French
doors; built for a home; south front lot;
paving paid; close to car and school
price $3,760. Rasp Bros., 210 Keellne
Bldg. Tyler 721.
FOR RF.NT AND SALE.
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
PORTER A SHOT WELL.
301 8. 17th St. Douglaa 6018.
WE aell. rent.. Insure snd make loans on
city property, north
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO..
24th and Ames Col. 817.
8-ROOM modern house for only $2,860.
Well located on paved street.
W. H. GATES,
347 Omaha Nat'l Bk Bldg. D. 1294.
W FARNAM 8MITH A CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1310 Farnam St Douglaa 1064.
BARGAINS In homes. Investments, proper
ties and acreage near Omaha Harrison
A Morton. 816 Omaha Nat'l Bark Bldg
F. D WEAD SELLS REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE Business Property
WE WILL buy your home or business prop
erty and pay cash.
H A WOLFE CO.
Bleotiie Bids Tyler 88
property and Investments.
A V TUKEY A SON.
(3 First National Bank Bldg.
MCAOUE INVESTMENT CO
Income, Business snd Trackage Specialists
16th and Dodge St a Douglas 416
REAL ESTATE EXCHANQES.
TWO beautiful Iota just south of Elmwood;
fnll-slse lots, 60x160. To exchange as
first payment with some cash on modern
bungalow. Address Y-660, Omaha Bee.
FOR sale or trade a retail business, net
profits from $4,000 to $5,000 a year; will
stand the closest Investigation; good rea
sons for selling. Box 4287, Bee.
FOR QUICK SALE
4609 DODGE ST., $3,750
Owner of this fine home, consisting of
I large rooms, finished In quarter sawed
oak downstairs, with the latest plumbing
and heating and only built a few years.
Is being ottered for less than what the
house alone cost. The property Is surely
a bargain If one considers the future value
of the land. Look over the aurroundings
and you will readily see why this property
will be worth a great deal of money 'n
the future on account of the trackage so
near to It Owner will take $1,760 cash
and the balance In monthly payments.
Bouse will be vacant in a few days and
ready to more into.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN.
1614 HARNEY ST. Phone TYLER 50.
liUN'DEE 2-story frame, 7 rooms, modern
house on Webster near 60th St. Must be
sold to close an estate. Price $5,600.
C. A. GRIMMEL. Phone P. 1616.
DUNDEE HOME $300 down for a strictly
modern, brand new, 6-room bungalow.
Liberty bonds or W. S. stamps same as
cash. Douglas $840 or Colfax. 4193, owner.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
On Capitol Ave., between list and t!d,
well built, having living room with fire
place, dining room, kitchen. 3 bedrooms,
complete bath room, 1st floor; finished
In oak and quarter sawed pine. Sleeping
porch and 1 bedroom on 2d floor. Full
cemented basement, hot water heat, gar
age for one car. Convenient to school
Oood location. Price, (6.000; reasonable
GEORGE & COMPANY,
30! City Nat. Bk. Hldg. Phone Doug. 768
uevet' garden land, east Omaha, close
to car line, clear, want clear rental or
S. S. & R. E. MON1GOMERY.
113 City Nat'l Bk Bids
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages
OUR 3 Per cent first mortgages secured by
Omaha residences are safe investments be
cause they are based upon not more than
40 per cent of the actual value of the
security snd are backed by 35 years' ex
perlence without the loss of a dollar to
E. H. LOUOEK. INC.
633 Keellne Bldg.
No Delay Closing Loans.
W T GRAHAM,
304 Bee Bldg Doug. 1S33.
V '2 " PAUL PETERSON,
3S4 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY
H Thomas & Son. Keelfne Bldg
I PAY highest market price for Liberty
bonds, either fully or partially pajd.
Write SOS Bryant Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
H W BINDER.
Money on band for mortgage
City National Bank Bldg
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB FARMS.
O KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO..
inl Omaha Nat Bank Bldg Doug 3711.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6. 6H and I Per Cent
H DI'MONT CO., Keeltne Bldg.
3100 to SlO.oon MADE promptly F D
Wsad. Wead Bldg , 18th and Farnam Sts
SHOPEN A COMPANY Douglas 4231
C O. Carlberg, 312 BrandetS
Thtr Wrtsr iiom r.f.
REAL ESTATE OTHER CITIES
FOR SALE Meats and grocery business In
a Nebraska town with 1,400 population
own all butcher and grocery store equip
ments; rent building: two acres of land
slaughter house well equipped: reason for
selling Write Omaha Bee Rox 1 58
REAL ESTATE WAN rED
HAVil client for 20,000-acre ranch. Write
us at once.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.
913-14 City National Bank Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee. Ark
W. S. FRANK, 201 NEVILLE BLK.
$10 PER ACRE
Choice level section, Lincoln county,
Colorado. Lies level as a floor and soli
is a dark, fertile loam. Located In the
Colorado rain belt. No crop failures here
and no hot winds. Go out and see the
crops growing now. Worth $25 per acre
at present values, and is land that will
soon go to $50 and $75. Price only $10
per acre. $4,000 cash payment required.
Only one soctlon left t this price.
WHITE A HOOVER
454 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
$10 PER ACRE.
Choice, level section, Lincoln county,
Colorado; lies level as a floor and soil Is
a dark, fertile loam. In the Colorado
rain belt Go out and see the crops grow
ing here. Worth 3t5 per acre. Price $10;
,$4,000 cash payment required. White A
Hoover, 454 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
IMPROVED quarters, half sections or
larger. Lincoln county, Colo., bargains.
Easy terms. Good crops. Write John L.
Maurer, Arriba, Colo.
Maryland water front farm Mild climate
Cat'g'e. Rusll Realty Co Baltimore Md
GREAT BARGAINS $5 down. $6 monthly
buys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry iai.d.
near town, southern Missouri; price only
8220 Address Box 2R2 C. Springfield. Mo
BARGAIN 240 acres: 40 miles from Minne
apolis; 120 acres cultivated: all good corn
land; 60 acres fine meadow land; 60 acres
pasture; some scattered hard maple In
pasture; fair set buildings; near creamery
and store. Price, 347.50 per acre; $2,500
cash, balance five years, ( per cent.
Schwab Bros., 1023 Plymouth Bldg., Min
"In the Heart of the Range"
The Jordan Valley Project.
Malheur County. Oregon.
An empire In the making. land $1.00 pel
acre plus the cost of the water. You can
file on grazing homestead entries nearly
Literature and particulars on request.
Next excursion September 14.
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
S40 First Natl. Bk. Wilt; , Omaha. Neb
FARMS AND RANCHES
We have several vry atthacttve prop
erties for sale In Dawes. Keys Paba ano
Brown counties These are places that
we have personally Inspected, and .ar
recommend as being good buys Send for
list and photos stating as to your wants
Kloke Inv Co, Omaha
80 ACRES 4 miles soutnw st of Allen, Ne
braska, In a flure crop country. Price, $150
per acre; easy terms; will take slx
cyllnder Bulck auto as part payment. S.
Larson, Clarks, Neb.
WRITE me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches in god old Da wet
county Arab L. Hungorford. Crswfurd
FOR SALE SO acres In northwestern Ne
braska, near Brunswick, flood land, good
buildings, priced to sell. L. N. BrightOD
Owner. Route 1, Brunswick, Neb.
FOR SALE Choice farms and atock
ranches on Santee Indian reservation.
Santee State Bank, Santee, Neb.
MERRICK COUNTY Improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right price. M. A.
LARSON. Central Cltv. Neb
160 ACRES, improved, close in, paved road.
Nllson. 422 Securities Bldg.
FINE-level 4 section "Golden Prairie" dis
trict, 13 miles northwest of Tine Bluffs;
125 acres under cultivation; all fenced and
cross fenced; well on place; $40 land all
sides. My price next 60 days, $30.00 per
acre. One crop will pay for it. This is
the greatest wheat country In the U. S.
Write for terms: Address C. E. Beyerle,
Pine Bluffs, Wyo.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a..
Including paid up water rlrh'.s Henry
Levi C M Rvlander 854 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM LAND WANTED.
Don't Hat your farm with as If yoo
want to 'eep It.
E. P 8NOWDEN A SON,
810 Eleetr Rldg P'-jbIss 9871
GOOD Omaha income property for clear
western land or eastern Nebraska farm
Mr Pease 211 Brandets Theater Bldg
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
TWO Jersey milk cowa for sale. Both giving
milk. 6514 N. J 6th ft.
2 IMMUNE pigs. South 24K6.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
BARLEY. $3 60 per cwt.. delivered. Wsg
ner. 801 N. 16th. Phone Douglas 1142.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Organized by Ibe tiusin as ilen of Orraba
FURNITURE pianos snd notes as securur
$40. 6 mo.. H goods, total. $3 60
Smaller, laiget am la proportionate rate
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
132 securities Bids IKth A Farnam Tv 6
.1 )AN8 OK DIAMONDS AND 1EWELRV
W. C, FLATAU EST, 1893.
OMAHA UYE STOCK
Packers Pay Steady Prices for
Cattle Hog? Sell at Ten
to Fifteen Cents
Omaha, Aug. 28, 1318.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hons. Sheep.
Official Monday 17,183 4.013 :'9.S53
Official Tuesday 13.446 $.i;3 3S.058
Wednesday Estimate ... 8,000 10,700 24,500
Three days this week. . 38.627 38,773 IM11
Same days last week ..2". 005 24.167 59.693
Same two weeks ago 19.2S7 21,5.17 65.044
Same three weeks sgo..40,S49 33,280 y:,H
Same a year ago 31.200 7.644 64,414
Cattle Recelpla were moderate, estimated
at 8,000 head, or S10 cars. Packers were
out early with liberal orders and bought at
prices' fully steady with yesterday and
strong on the desirable weighty westerns.
Several strings of grass steers sold at $1! 50
15.26. Butcher stock was 'fully steady
with yesterday and considerably more ac
tive, ibest kinds selling from $9 75fM3 00,
and fair to good grades from .S6 dj 9 .25.
Stockers snd feeders were steady on the
best weighty kinds at $13.00015.00 and
lower on the medium and commoner grades.
Quotations on cattle: Choice to prime
beeves. $1 7.00 IS 00; good to choice beeves,
$16.0016.60; fair to good beeves, $13 60
14 50; common to fair beeves. 310.00SMS.OO;
Good to choice yearlings, $14 O016-60: fair
to good yearlings, ,$11.00(0)14 00; common
to fair yearlings. '$8. OO 10.00; good to
choice grass beeves, $14.25016.00; fair to
good grass beoves. $12 00!?14 "6; common
to fair grass beeves, $9.60IJ.OO: Mexican
boeves, $9 00 11.00; good to choice heifers,
$10.00012.60; good to choice cows, $9.75
12.00; fair to good cows, $ 669.25;
common to fair cows, $6."58.25; prime
feeders, $13 60R $16.00 ; good to choice feed
ers, $10.60 (3 13.00; fair to good feeders,
$9.00 10.25; common to fair feeders, $7.00
8.00. good to choice stockers. $10,000
11.60: stock heifers. $7. 0009.00; stock cows.
7nniffi8 00: stock ca ves. S7.00OT11.00 ;veai
calves, $7 0013.76; bulls, stsgs, etc., $8.00
Hogs There was a fairly good supply of
hoss here this morning. 153 loads, estimated
at 10,700 head, making the run for the flrat
half of the week 23.773 head. wnue me
market was Just a trifle slow In getting un
der way. It was sctlve sfter once opening
and the receipts changed hands quickly at
an early hour. The shipper market was
generally lO'tflSc higher than yesterday,
bulk of their supplies coat from $18,760
19.16 with a top of $19.35. A few nogs sola
to packers early at around steady prices
The general market was mostly iuc nign-
Bulk of today s sales was is.ovffi i
with a top at $19.35.
Sheep There was snother rainy noerai
run of aheep received tins morning, i loads,
estimated at 24.500 head, making supplies for
the first three days of the week 90.411 head.
Trading was a little alow In getting under
wav. one string of feeder lambs thst sold
early looked about steady with yesterday's
prices going at ii.au. .-o rai iamu "u
been sold, but there was lnaiceuons oi a
trifle weaker The general market Is quot
ably steady to weaker.
Quotations on sheep: Lamns, gooa io
choice, $17. 004T 17.75; lambs, fair to good,
134.00 jf 17.00; lamb feeders, is.:or i i.ou.
yearlings, good to choice, ti.ou(B 1 j.io ,
vearllngs, fair to good, $12. OOf 12.50; year
ling feeders, 12.25 Sj) 13.00 ; wether feeders.
$U. 36012. 26; ewes, good to choice, $10.60
11.50: ewes, fair to good, 39.60ffil0.10; ewe
Chicago Live Mock.
Chicago, Aug. 2S. Cattle Receipts, 12.-
000; western steers, higher; native steers.
strong; top $18.90; ouicners, siow aim
steady; calves, strong; beef cattle, common
and medium, $1 0.75 17. 00; choice and
prime, $17.00018.90;', stockers and feeders,
good choice and fancy, $11.00014.00; In
ferlor, common and medium, $8. 00011. 00;
western range beef steers, $14.25 018.00;
cows and neiiers, u.jnifn.w.
HoC9 Receipts, 9,oi)0; nigner; outcners.
$19.00019.90; light, $19.20020.00; racking,
$17.80018.85; rough. $17.25017.76; bulk,
$18.00018.86; pigs, $18.00018.60.
Sheep Receipts, 22,000; generally lower;
lambs. $16.00013.60; culls, 1U .vuuis.su;
feeders, $16.60017.40; ewes good and prime,
$12 00012.25; medium and good, $10,600
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Aug. 27. Cattle Receipts.
IS, 000 head; steady; prime fed steers, $17. 3&
ffll8.60: dressed ocel steers, tii.vvinii i.vu.
western steers, $10.0014.60; cows, $6.40
12.60; heifers, $9.0014.60; stocKers ana
foeders. $7.60f16.50; bulls, $7.&W(0iu.u;
calves, $7.60 13.60.
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 neaa: nigner;
bulk, $18.80190; heavy. Iis.uowis.iu;
packers and butcners, i!.uijrii.iv,
$18.6519.66; pigs, $16.0O17.86.
Sheep and Lamps Mcceipis, d,v ou,
lower, lambs, $16.60igil7.i5; yearlings. iu.ou
14.50; wethers, 10.00jl3.zo; ewes, es.vw
12.60; stockers and feeders, $6.0018.0O.
St. I-ouis Live Stock.
St. Louis, Aug. 28 Cattle Receipts.
500; lower; native beef steers $11.50
8 25; yearling steers and heifers, $9.60
sun- rows. $7.60012.60: stockers and
feeders. $S. 60012. 00; fair to prime south
rn h.of .teers. $10. 00(317. 70: beef cows
and heifers, $7.60015.00 native cajves, $7.75
Hogs Receipts, 6,500; higher. Lights,
$19.6020.00; pigs, $14.5018.75; mixed ana
butchers, $19.6520.00; good heavy, $19.85
20.00; bulk, $19.60(8119.96.
Sheep Receipts, z.auu; laniun, in.v
17.00; ewes, 11.0012.00; canners ana
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
Sioux City, la., Aug. 28. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,000 head; market steady; oeei
teers, $9.5014 .60; fat cowa, in.itxg'ii.uu;
anners, $6.00 7.60; stockers and feeders.
8.2511.50; feeding cows ana neiiers, si. is
Hogs Receipts. fl.BOW neaa; mariioi
tendv to 10c higher; light. $18.90(919.25;
mixed, $18.70ifil8.90; heavy, $18.60018.70;
Sheen Receipts, 800 head; marital
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 28. Cattle Receipts,
3.600; market steady; steers, $9.0018.55;
cows and heifers, $6.00015.00; calves, $6 00
Hogs Receipts. 7,500; market steady; top,
$19 65: bulk, $18.76 19.60.
Sheep Receipts. 2,000; market steady;
lambs, $U.0017.75; ewes, $5.00 12.00.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 28 Turpentine
Firm; 60Vic; sales, 226 barrels; receipts, 202
barrels; shipments, 12 barrels; stock, 28,211
Rosin Firm; shipments. 100 barrels;
sales, 770 barrels; receipts, 765 barrels
stock, 1,040 barrels. Quote: B, $10.60; D,
$11.70; E, $11.86; F, $11.95; O, $12.05; H,
$12.10; I, $12 25; K, $12.90; M, $13.00; N,
$13.25; WO, $13.50. WW, $13.75.
New York Cotton.
New York, Aug. 28. Cotton barely steady
at a net advance of 80 to 90 points.
Futures closed steady; October, 35.33c;
December, 34.84c: January, 34.60c; March,
34.64c; May, 84.60c.
Minneapolis. Aug. 28. Barley
Oats 66 67c.
Kansas City Grain,
Kansas City, Aug. 28. Corn September,
$1.62; October, $1.61.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug, $8. Butter and
St. Louts Grain.
St. Louis, Aug. 28. Corn September,
$1.60; October, $1.60 bid.
Oats September, 72c bid; October, 72o
MONEY TO LOAN.
6TH KLH. SECURlTINilJ BLDG. TY. 860
Lowest rates. Private loan hnntha Harrv
Maleshork. IS' 4 Dodge D 6611 Est 18911
rTA MONT-IB NT 1HWKI RV LOANS
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
William C. Norrla to John Llnka, Ida
St., 249 ft. w. of 16th St.. so. side.
260x500; Ida St., 499 ft. w. of 16th
St., so side, 260x500 $2,100
Gorton Roth and wife to Walter R.
Zlnk. 35th Ave., 350 ft. s. of Frances
St., west side, 50x133 3,000
William C. Norrls to Robert G. Rob
erts, Walnut St.. 60 ft. west of 33d
St.. no. side, 60x133 81 4,000
Cecils Ann Lee and husband to Rob
ert B. Schuyler, et al, 34th St., 147
ft. n. of Arbor St., west side, 49x133. 2,300
Scott A Hill Co. to Walter R. Zlnk
64th St., 225 ft. n. of Grant St.,
Hastings & Heyden to Alfred Oustaf
son, 33d St., 232 5 ft. n. of California
St., "Vest side. 46x96 j,00O
John F. Flack and wife to George W.
Lltzenherg. s. w. cor. 43th and
Spaulding Sts , 36xl06 5 276
Chnrl-'S A. Blombcrg and wife to Mar
garet E Crawford, 2!th Ave.. 68 ft.
s. of Jones St., east aide, 33x133.,,. 3,250
NEW YORK STOCKS
Operations Diminish, but Mar
ket Manifests Strong Un.
dertone, With U. S. Steel
and Coppers Leading.
New York, Aug. !8. On a moderate cur
tailment of operations today a stock market
continued to manifest much of Its recent
quiet strength, favorable foreign news again
aervlng to neutralise advene monetary con
ditions. War bulletins found their most direct
expression In another advance of price ex
change to the highest level of the current
movement, French war flotations retaining
the greater part of their gains.
Trading concentrated to an overwhelming
degree in IT. 8. Steel, that stock eclipsing
all other Issues In Its further progress to the
year's hew maximum of 116 V This extreme
gain of H4 points wsa reduced to a fraction
at the close.
Independent steels and kindred Industrials
and equipments were 1 to m points higher
st their beat and less distinctive war shares
wore featured by petroleums. Mexican Pe
troleum, however, evincing some Irregulari
ty. General motors was the spectacular
frature. Its precipitate decline of 12 points,
or almost 20 points In two days, being
ascribed to the proposed stock Increase.
Other heavy Issues embraced rails, tobac
cos and sugars, the general list yielding
Am. Beet Sugsr ... 800 78 70 70
American Can 3.200 47 47 H 474
Am. Car and Fdry 2.300 86V4 11514 854
Am Locomotive ... 1.300 37 H 67 4 67
Am. Smelt. ft Ref. ..4,200 78 77 78
Am. Sugar Ref. ... 3. nor 1104 1094 no
Am. Tel. ft Tel 2,300 S'A 97 96 4
Am. Z. L. A S 300 18 174 174
Anaconda Copper ..11,700 (9 4 67 81 6H4
Atchison 500 864 86 86
A, O. A W. 1. 8.8. 1,600 1054 1034 104
.AO 400 86 514 66..
Butts A Sup Cop. 200 27 4
California Petrol... 3 000 30 4
Canadian Pacific. 3 000 170
Central Leather ..
Ches. A Ohio
C, M. A St P
C. A N. W
C, R. I. A P. otfs.
Colo. Fuel A Iron..
Corn Prod. Ref...
Crucible Steel ....
Cuba Cane Sugsr. .
General Motors ....
Gt. Northenr Pfd...
Ot. Nor. Ore Ctfs.. . .
Illinois Central ...
Inspiration Copper. 6.000
Int. M. M.. Pfd $4,900 104 1024 1034
K. C. Southern....
L. A N.
Nevada Copper ....
New York Cent
N. Y.. N. H. A H. 1,900
Norfolk A Western
Paclflo Tel A Tel..
Ray Con. Copper.... 1,000
Rep. Iron A Steel. .14,600
Shattuck Arls. Cop
Studebaker Corp. . .
U. S. Ind. Aloohol...
U. S. 8eel
U. 8. Steel, Pfd
Wabash Pfd. "B"...
1.700 156 163 164
1,900 128 127 127
700 128 128 128
11.700 116 116 116
1.300 110 110 110
1,100 84 81 81
$00 86 86 85
1.400 44 43 43
Wcstlnghouse Eleo. .
Bethlehem "B" ..,.10,200 86 85 85
Total sales for the day, 190,000 shares.
New York Money.
New Tork, Aug. 18. Mercantile Paper I
Sterling Sixty-day bills, $4.78; commerci
al sixty-day bills on banks, unchanged;
commercial sixty-day bills, unchanged,
Franca Demand. $5.65; cables, $6.64.
Guilders Demand, 60c; cables, 61.
Lire Unchanged. 1
Mexlcsn Dollars Unchanged.
Bonds Government and railroad, un
Time Loans Unchanged.
Call money Strong: high, low and ruling
rate, 6 per cent; closing bid, 6 per cent:
offered at 6 per cent; last loan, 6 per cent;
bank acceptance, 4 per cent
K. C. S. ref. 6s 78 U. S. Ss, reg... 9
L. A N. un. 4s 94 do coupon .. 99
M, KAT 1st 4s 61 liU. 3. Lib. 3s. 101.98
Mo. Pac. gen. 4s 68 U. S. 4s. reg... 106
Mont. Power 5s 86 do coupon ..106
N. Y. C. deb. 6s 14 Am. For. Bee. 6s 97
No. Pac. 4s .. 81 Am. T. A T. c. 6s 88
do 3s 58 Anglo-French 6s 96
O. S. L. r. 4s 81Arm. A Co. 4s 83
Pac. T. A T. 6s 87 Atchison gen. 4s 80
Penn. con. 4s 94 B. A O. cv. 4s 75
Penn. gen. 4s 86cBeth. Steel r. Es 89
Reading gen. 4s 82 Cen. Leather 6s 13
S L A S F a. 6s 68'Cen. Paclflo 1st 76
So. Pac. cv. 6s 92 C. A O. cv. 6s 81
So. Ry. 6s .... 89 C, B. A Q. j. 4s 93
Tex. A Pac. 1st 81 C M A8Pc.4s 77
Union Pacific 4s 87 C, R. I. A P. r.4s 68
U. S. Rubber 6s 80 C. A S. ref. 4s 73
IT. S. Steel 6s 98 D. A R. O. r. 6s 63
Wabash 1st .. 90 D. of C.5s (1931) 91
French Gvt, 6sl00 Erie gen. 4s.... 63
Bid. Gen. Electric 6a 97
V. S. 2s, reg... 8'Ot. No. 1st 4s 87
do coupon .. 18 III. Cen. ref. 4s 77
Int. M. M. 6s.. 99
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Scattered Liquidation Brings About Fur
ther Decline tn Corn Prices.
Chicago, Aug. 28. Llqnldatlon of corn
continued today but It was scattered snd the
net result was a decline of 2 cents In Sep
tember snd 1 in October options. The
range of prices covered an extreme 8 centa
and the close,, while at a recession, was
lc better than bottom. 8horts covered
on the government weather report and pri
vate Information that there bad been no
Improvement In the corn sections most
sfflleted by the recent drouth. October
closed st $1 .66 si. Bears noted that No. 1
white corn sold at Indianapolis yesterday
at $1.60, also the large receipts, the easi
ness of the sample market and the faot
that cattle and hogs on feed were reported
less than a year ago.
The price of oats as usual was guided by
corn but its reluctance In that direction
was again apparent. In the sample market
No. 3 white continued to aell at lc under
September. Cash Interests were sellers ot
October and buyers of September, but there
was also outright selling of September,
probably hedging. The close was c
Provisions were dull, but sdvanced 12
30o in sympsthy with higher hogs. The
government was reported to have asked for
tenders on lard and meats, which also
helped the price September lard advanced
to a parity with October.
Chicago, August 28. Butter Higher;
Poultry Fowla, 2628e; springs, 30'Ac.
Potatoes Receipts, 84 cars; Minnesota
Ohlos, bulk, $2.16W2 20; In sacks, $3,400
2.45; Wisconsin white, bulk, $2.1502.25; In
Cash quotations Corn No. 3 yellow,
$1 681.70: No. 1 yellow, $1.6501.61; No.
4 yellow. $1.551.58.
Oats No. 3 white, 8870c; standard,
Rye No. 2. $1.65 1.65.
Timothy $6 008. 75.
Barley 89e$l. 06.
New York General.
New York, Aug. 28. Flour Easy; springs.
$10 B0H1.26; Kansas, $10.90U.25.
Wheat Steady; No. 1, $2.44, track, New
York export to arrive.
Corn Weak; fresh shelled No. 2 yellow
tl.87; No. 8 yellow, $1.82; cost and
fr-lght New York.
oats Steady; standard. 81c82c.
Hay Barely steady; No. 1, $1.60l 66;
No. 2, ri.50 1.55; No. I, I1.35JC1.40.
Pork Firm; short clear, $47.0054.00.
Lard Firmer; middle west, $27.00!$i27 10
Butter Market firm; creamery higher
than extras, creamery extras, unchanged;
Kggs Market unchanged.
Choesn Market firm; state fresh specials,
28;2?c; average run, 26 (Ji26 c.
Live Poultry Market steady; chickens,
34c: fowls. 3i(8l32c; old roosters, 25c; turkeys
ISfifSlr; dressed, market firm; chickens.
36 j: 39c; broilers. 84044c; fowls, 3036c;
New York Sugar.
New York, Aug. 18. Sugar Unchanged.
Corn One and One -Half to Five
Cents Lower Oats Un
changed to Half Cent Up
Omaha. Aug. 38, 1913.
Receipts of grain today were loo cars of
wheat. 10 cars of corn, 39 cars of oats. 2
cars of rye and 7 cars of barley.
Corn trsdtng was very slow up to a late
hour. Prlcea were 14 cents to 6 Cents
lower on the good grsrtes.
Oats were unchanged to 4 cent up and
wheat figures were unchanged
A number of barley samples showed up on
the tables today, whlrhh were disposed of
at about unchanged figures. Rye prices
were also unchanged.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts (cars) Today. Wk Ago. Last Yr,
Wheat 100 93 6
Corn 90 77 13
Cats 39 77 $6
Barley 7 1 6
Wheat 35 76 4
Corn $1 66 (6
Rye 3 1 1
Oat 40 10 44
Barley 1 1
RECEIPT8 IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chicago 417 314 453
Kansas City 886 63 67
St Louis 187 63 87
Corn No. 4 while: 1 cars. $1.70; No. 6
white: ,1 csrs. $1.65. No. $ yellow: 3
cars. $1.70. No. 6 yellow: 1 car, $1 66;
1 cars, $1.66. No. 8 yellow: 1 car. $1 60.
Sample yellow: 1 car, $119. No. 3 mixed:
1 car. $1.70. No. $ mixed: 1 car, $1 63; 1
car. $1.61. No. mixed: 5 cars. $1 45
Oats Standard: 1 car. 69c; $ cars,
69 c. No. 1 white: 9 cars, 69io; 1 car.
69e; 6 ears, 69Uo; 4 cars. 69e, No. 4
white: t ear, 68o. Sample white: 1
car, 68 e.
Rye No. 1: 1 car, $1.63.
Barley No. 1: 1 car. $1.12; 1 car, $1 0;
1-6 car, $1.00. No. $: 1 car. $1 09; 1 car,
$1 08; 1-6 car. 86c.
Wheat No. 1 hard: 8 cars, $3.18; 7 cars,
$2 16; 1 car, $2.12. No. 3 hard: 6 cars.
$2.11; 1 car, $111; 1 car. $3 08; 1 cars. $3 05.
No. 4 hard: 1 car. $2 09; 1 car, $2 08; 1
car. $3 05; 1 car. $2 02; 1 ear, $3 00. No 1
hard: 1 car, $3,07. No. 1 northern spring:
1 car. $3 18; 1 car. $2 15; 1 car. $2 11.
Closing Chicago prices, lurmsned The Per
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers
815 South Sixteenth street, Omahs:
Art. Open. High. Low. Close. Yes
Corn, f 1 i
Aug. 1 66 1 6616S 1 66166
Sep. 1 66 1 6616S 1 64!56
Oct. 1 67 1 68 156 1 56168
Aug. 70 70 69 70B 70
Sep. 70 7 69 70 70
Oct. 71 72 7171P73 72
Sep. 8 It 48 11 41 10 41 11 4t 00
Oct. 43 60 41 60 41 45 41 46 41 16
Sep. 16 70 16 90 36 70 16 10 111 70
Oct. II 76 26 30 21 87 16 80 21 77
Sep. 14 60 14 63 24 471 14 63 114 48
Oct. . 14 71 14 47 24 70 24 8734 70
"Pavement Submarine" to
Perform Stunts in Omaha
D. D. Mach in his "pavement-sub
marine," will be in Omaha the last
three days this week to cavort over
the streets of Omaha in the interests
of the Sun theater. Mach contends
that his machine has the tanks beaten
to death, it will go more places and
do more stunts and has the added
advantage of cheap ammunition; it is
a kaiser killer by means of laughter.
Many of the contortions which his
submarine will do are too deep for
a mere tin lizzie mechanic to describe
It spins and bucks, backs ub and
slides sideways, shoots forward and i
reputed to be able to dive through
pavement or fly in the air.
Mach will bring the wonder from
hiding at noon Thursday in front of
the Sun theater and will drive un
Farnam stret and all through down
town district ballyhooing Louise
Glaum in "A Law Unto Herself,"
picture of Alsace-Lorraine before
the war, at the Sun.
Former Member of Staff of
The Bee Dies in Chicago
Word came to Omaha Wednesday
morning ot the death of William U
Chapman, a former member of The
bee btart, in Chicago.
Mr. Chapman was well known In
NphrasWa in the1 Q(ls havinc hepn
associated with H. M. Wells in the
publication of the Vidette at Crete
He represented Saline county in the
legislature of 1897 as a member of
the house, and came to Omaha soon
after the session adjourned to join the
reportorial staff of The Bee. He re
mained here until 1899, when he went
to Chicago, where he has lived since.
In Chicago he was connected at
various times with the Tribune, the
Herald, the Post and the Examiner,
since the consolidation of the latter
paper with the Herald. He was no
litical editor of the consolidated pa
per when he died. Mr. Chapman was
54 years of age.
What Happened in 6th Ward?
Certain Demos Seek to Know
What happened in the eighth dis
trict of the sixth ward during the
This question is bothering, some
what, the democrats who were inter
ested in the tace for county attorney.
In this district, Frank Keeean,
nominee for the legislature, lives. It
was politically understood that Kee
gan would back Abbott in his
race for county attorney.
Abbott in this district received five
votes, as against 36 for O'Hara.
I here might have been a double
X, declare democrats.
Forty Tons of Ice Sold at
Muny Stations First Day
Total sales at the municipal ice
stations on Monday, the opening day,
were reported at $233.06.
Nearly 40 tons of ice were carried
away by citizens, who used all man
ner of methods to convey the frozen
aqua to their homes.
The station at Twenty-fourth and
Blondo led off with highest sales.
For the present at least ice will
not be sold in wholesale quantities at
the jitney stations.
Boy Sues for $10,000 for
Auto Accident Injuries
Benjamin Mead, a minor, by his
mother, Mrs. Florence Mead, brought
suit against Ben Rumschiver & Son
Co., in district court Wednesday, in
which $10,000 damages are asked. It
is alleged that the company's automo
bile struck young Mead while he was
riding a bicycle at Eighteenth and
Clark streets on July 14, 1917, result
ing, it is alleged, in permanently in
National Delegates Will
Talk Before Rotary Club
The Rotary club will meet at the
Hotel Fontenelle September 4. Speak
ers will be John Welsh, Uan Johnson.
James Allen and A. S. Goodrich.
These men were the delegates at
the National Rotary club convention
at Kansas City.
W. F. Megcath will act as chairman.
Draft Board Names
The following places have been
designated for the registration of men
from 18 to 45 years o!d by the South
Side exemption board No. 2, the date
to be announced later:
Flrat district, 4611 South Twentieth
Second district, Hawthorne school.
Third district. South High school.
Fourth district, 4001 South Twenty
Fifth district. 4608 South Twenty-fourth
sixth district, city hall
Seventh district. Armour A Co., offices.
Eighth dlstrlrt, post office.
Ninth district, engine bouse. Thirty-first
and R streets.
Tenth district, school. One hundrsd and
forty-second and 1 streets.
First district, snglne bouss, Twentieth
and R streets.
Second district, 1118 South Twenty-fourth
Third district, school. Nineteenth and
Fourth district, 1111 Railroad avenue.
Fifth district. school. Twenty-seventh
and Jefferson streets.
Sixth district. 1725 Q street.
Seventh district, school. Thirty-ninth and
South Side Brevities
Mrs. W. M. Stebblns snd dsughtsr Alice
of Uutlcnberg sre visiting (bis week at the
home of Itev. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson.
Telephone Mouth 8uu snd irder a case ot
Oma or Lacatonads, the healthful, refreshing
Horns Dcverage, delivered to your residence
Omaha Ileverage Co.
Dev. C. C. Wilson returned Isst night
from a business trip to Kearney and he
reports the crop condition In that locality
unusually good, the corn being exception
ally fine west of Columbus
I'.ufe Haney of Hyannls brought a bunch
of cattle to ths stock yards Wednesday
snd ordered his commission firm to send
the proceeds of an average steer to his
Ited Cross chapter at Hyannla.
A defective flue was the cause given for
a fire which was soon extmguisnea uy tne
firemen st the residence of Robert Petnas,
!60 South Nineteenth street. Tuesday. The
damage was estimated at about 8100.
The loss of a die moot scarf pin, valued
at !r.7.t, was reported to the police Tues
day ntKht, The pin was either lost or
stolen from the delivery wagon tf the
American Kx press Co., 4723 South Twenty
FREE 8KWINO MACH INKS We still
have a few machines left from our demon
stration that we are selling at the sale
prices. Com In and see them. Kouteky
Mrs. Anna Bratton, principal of ths
Madison school, has gone to Rochester,
Minn., to accompany her aunt, Mrs. W. M.
Mtchner, who will consult the Mayo
Ilrothera' cllnlo about ber health. Mrs.
Bratton expects to return In time for the
opening of school Monday.
Dlsts No. I soft coal will burn In your
base burner. We have aeveral cars Diets,
Susdrs. Carney. Cherokee, Rock Springs and
furnace coke, due to arrive tn the next ten
days. Coal handled direct from cars means
better coal for you. So phone us your order
and have coal delivered direct from cars
to your bin. O. E. Harding Coal Co. Call
Buy Coal Now Our Diets No. f not eoal
for baseburners and Arkansas Bpadra for
furnace uas Is in and we still have a limited
amount to offer. So phone today. Don't
wait and be disappointed. Ws have plenty
of Cherokee coming. Also In stock. Carney.
Sheridan, Rock Springs, Colorado Lump
Walnut Block. Seml-Anthraclte and still
havs some Illinois egg left. Phone South 33.
O. E. Herding Coal company.
Gets Into Trouble When He
Loans Keys to Three Friends
William Vasak, proprietor of a
shoe store and dry goods store at
1252 South Thirteenth street, was ar
raigned in police court Wednesday
mornins on charge ot illegal posses
sion of liquor, after the morals squad,
. . . .. f ' . All
headed Dy uetective aerjeam Alien,
had found approximately SUU pint
bottles of whisky in the basement
Evidence showed that Vasak had
loaned the keys to the room where
the liquor was found to three Ital
ians, Tony Alfio, Sam Manfito No. 1
and Sam Manfito No. 2, who said
they wanted to store some gunny
sacks there. The three men were in
the basement when the detectives ar
rived and were arrested on a charge
of illegal possession of liquor. Alfio
and bam Manfito No. 1 were fined
$100 and costs each, and Sam No. 2
and Vasak were discharged.
G. A. R. Veteran Drops in
On Old Town Once Again
"Omaha has surely taken a jump
forward since I was here last," said
Edward E. Hennes, Grand Army of
the Republic veteran, after he alight
ed at the Union station Wednesday.
When I was here last in the win
ter of 1867-68, Omaha had but a hand
ful of people. The Union Pacific
railroad was completed only as far
as North Flatte that year. We slept
in tents all that winter.
Mr. Hennes stopped off in Omaha
on his way back from the conven
tion of the Grand Army of the Re
public at Portland, Ore. He is on
his way to his home in Flint, Mich.
He was a member of the Fourth in
fantry, U. S. A., when he was in the
Omaha during the winter of 1867-68.
General Randall was in command of
the contingent located in Omaha at
Grocers and Butchers Hold
Outing at Lakeview Today
Grocers and butchers of Omaha
will hold their second outing and
dance this summer at Lakeview park
today, i'lans for the day call for the
closing of all stores at S p. m. at the
latest and for the gathering at the
picnic grounds at the park for a big
basket lunch, after which the festivi
ties of the evening, will commence
in earnest. The park management
has planned several new stunts to en
tertain the crowd.
New York Coffee.
New Tork, Aug. 28. The circulation of
September notices estlmsted at about 85,000
bags was accompanied by near month
liquidation In the market for coffee futures
here today. Offerings were readily ab
sorbed, however, and after ODenlna un.
changed to six points lower, prices rallied
owing to ths continued firmness of Brazil,
reports or an improving spot demand and
trade buying. September sold up from 8.40
8.47c and May from 3.30.24o. with the
market closing net two points lower to two
points higher. September, 8.46c; October,
8.88c; December, 8.81c; January, 1.80c;
Marcn, s.oso; May, .23c July, v 43c.
Spot coffee furmer; Rio 7s. 8c: Santos
4s 11 Tic.
Evaporated Anples and Dried Fruit.
New York, Aug. 28. Evaporated Apples-
Dull; state, 13V18Ue.
Prunes Firm; Callfornlas, 8018Ve: Ore-
Apricots unsettled; choice, 18e: extra
choice 168ici fancy, 1814c.
reaches Quiet; standard. 1312tte:
ohnlee, 13Wc; fancy, 14V4c.
Raisins Steady; loose muscatels. tUo:
choice to fancy aeeded, 1014 11c; seedless.
HHVe; London layers, 32.00.
New Tork, Aug. 38. Ths dry goods msr-
ket was quiet and unchanged today. Knit
goods mills did not offer much beyond
few government rejects. Broad silks
were quiet. The rise of raw material
checked the desire to aell cottons.
New York Metal.
New Tork, Aug. 38. Lead Unchanged ;
spot. 33.08; spelter, quiet; Esst Bi. Louis
delivery, spot. tS.13ViOI.374i,
WAR FUND DRIVE
URGED AT STATE
Second Session of Nebraska
Speakers' Institute Devot
ed to Discussion of Needs
of the Soldiers.
The second day of the Nebraska
Speakers' institute opened Wednes-
r! .. mrtrntnrv - ll,. V 14 f A - --
- j ,wuiinnH at U15 I. 111. . f, a U
ditorium, Mrs. Frank Judson presid
ing. Colonel Hershey, who was sched
uled to deliver the opening talk, was
unable to be present. L. C. Oberlies
of Lincoln, state director for the
combined drive for the Y. M. C. A
Y. W. C. A., War Camp Community
Service and American Library as
sociation, spoke on the value of co
operation and the necessity for reaL
whole-hearted merging of interests.
Miss Charlotte Templeton of Lin
coln, secretary of the state library
commission, told of the war work of
the American Library association. The
necessity for recreation books for
soldiers on transports, in camps and
in hospitals is only part of the work,
she said. "The government has
found," said Miss Templeton, "that
the efficiency of the army is greatly
increased by supplying good text and
reference books so that ambitious
men can study the profession of war,
including aerial work, navigation,
wireless telegraphy and kindred sub
jects, and it is on these reference
books and on quiet places in which
the men mav stnrtv iVi.m that th
money asked for will be spent"
M. S. Dudgeon, secretary of the
Wisconsin Library association, who
has been loaned to the government
as camp library inspector and who
was in Omaha inspecting libraries in
Fort On'aha and Fort Crook, gave a
short talk on the work the library
commission has been doinar. Mr.
Dudgeon stated that thirtv-nin la
reference libraries have been estab
lished besides 400 small lihrn.
such as those at Fort Omaha and
The work of the War Camn Com
munity Service was described by Miss
Aliss Aimes Faeundng of T.fnmtn
delivered a model four-minute speech.
The afternoon session was omitted.
s an ousiness was commetetL
Omaha Yeomen Will Be fn
Charge of Exhibit at Fair
Yeoman Averil Bricham nt th
Omaha Navy recruiting station, will
have charge of the navy exhibit at
the state fair at Lincoln. A navy
booth will be erected on the grounds.
A general call will be issued for (
women to serve in the naval depart
ment. This work should bring many
recruits, as the lowest pay for a
stenographer is $92.
Ensign Condict will make a trip to
the naval substations of Nebraska
this week and will be able to give
yeoman recruits any information they
desire. His schedule is as follows:
Norfolk, Thursday; Columbus and
Grand Island, Friday; Beatrice and
Prominent Omaha Motor
Car Man Sued for Divorce
Ida T. Corkhill filed suit for di
vorce jom Charles J. Corkhill, man
ager of the Haynes Auto Co., in dis
trict court Wednesday. She alleges,
in the petition, that M, Carkhill has
been guilty of cruelty, taking the
form of personal chastisements; that
he has been parsimonious, despite
the alleged fact that he owns a
$15,000 estate in New York and $20.-
000 worth of property in Omaha.
Mrs. Corkhill alleges that It was
through the combined efforts of her
self and Mr. Corkhill that the prop
erty was accumulated. The Corkhill
home is at 2553 Pratt street.
Nineteen Hart in Wreck.
Pueblo. Colo., Aug. 28.Nineteen
persons were injured, none seriously,
when Santa Fe train No. 5, west
bound, struck a freight train at Man-
ranola, Colo., early today. The pas
senger train left Kansas City yester
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