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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1919.
AT A GLANCE
Whn you step In our store yoa can
how wa ran sell you better car for
less money thin any on !. Tou will
dmlt w Itsv th stock to select from.
A few minutes spent in thla store will
you dollars In a used car than
when you find tha on you want, why
experiment with others? When w sell
ynu a rar sre Ull you to drive It three
lay, If you ara not satisfied bring It
bark we will giv you your check.
Hudson speedster f 1,60
1918 Leilngton eden 1,500
11 Bulck, No. 45, overslz cord
1H Moon demonstrator 1.1 oil
11. Oldsmobtl l.ino
11. Chalmers six no
11" I.lnirton six un
117 Liberty tlx mm
HI 7 Buick D 45 1 .mi
1917 Dodgs touring fi.o
191" Chalmers six . ,. ;,)
1317 Chalmers six sno
1917 Chandler touring Bnci
191" Chalmers six 6no
1917 Veil alx 500
1917 Wlllys-Kntght 450
1911 Chevrolet 490 4110
191(1 Baby Orand J.lfi
1917 Chevrolet 490 Sftn
1917 Maxwell j60
117 Chevrolet 300
Overland louring- sso
"5 Overland touring 360
j overland touring
"5 overland roadster ;;s
25 Maxwell 200
i overland 150
191.1 Cadillac J50
iis ford with starter and every
thing else on It.
1917 Ford touring 375
1016 Ford coup 460
ll Fnrd touring 50
1SIH Ford trurk 250
W carry th8 stock and make the
19i;.H-1 Farnam. nnugln 51S0.
CADILLAC USED CAR
A SAFE PLACE TO BUT.
Cadlllae typ 11 tourlnc; thoroughly
overhauled, repainted, and can't bo told
from a new ear.
Stearna-Knlght 1616 touring; new mo
tor and car completely overhauled; price
Franklin 1117 sedan: repainted and In
flna mechanical condition; a very cheap
car to maintain and our price Is low.
Hutrk 191 touring; light tlx; this car
I. In good shape; com In and see it.
Cadillac converted truck; Just th
thing for tho man who wants a high
grade truck at a reasonable tlgur.
W hava a dandy line of used ears, and
If will pay you to call on ui beforo buy
I n main at :ith.
GKT e Rulrk us.n1 car,
Used eara bougbt, sold and exchanged
Wa buy for cash and sell on time. Full
lino to select from. Middle State Oaraga
t02- Farnam St Douglas 4101.
MKEKS AUTO CO.
SLIGHTLY USED S-ton Gary truck with
body and cab. guaranteed earn aa new.
Used J-ton Itepublto truck with bodv
and cab. Tho Peterson Truck Co., 2427
ONE six cylinder Master Six Chalmers;
Just Ilka new; will exchanx for Omaha
property and pay cash difference.
S. S. St R, E. MONTGOMERY,
i City Natl. Bank Bldg, Douglas HIS.
KN CLOSED CAKS.
1. Studebaker 6. like new, 1760.
17 Buick , dandy. 1800.
17 Ford coupe, 1185.
"KAWVKR AUTO CO.. 1910 Farnam.
OUT OF tho high rent district. 1916
Briscoe. 1917 Pullman, 2; 1917 Fords,
191 Studehsker, winter top: 1917 Stu
debaker, also Ford road body. Military
finrsge, Bennon 211.
li KADQUAItf ERH for gasoline and oil
pumps of all kinds, tanks, air stands,
etc Phono Douglas 1S88. Laubach.
n.iS Brandels Bldg., Omaha.
GLOBE VAN AND STORAGE CO.. wlk
stora your auto. Ratea for Ford car.
II a month; large cars, fj a monlh.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO,
5020 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
15tli and Jackson. Ford Agents. D. 6500.
EXPERT Repairing Guaranteed service.
and Leavenworth. Doug. 7000.
"THE USED CAR MART" '
1th and Leavenworth. Douglas T0O0.
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; sarvlc
station tor Rayfleld carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries Edwsrds.
WANTED FOR bPOT CASH, 1110 USED
CARS; quick autlon: no delay. Auto
- K'ch"l Co, "59 Farnam 8t. D. 6n6.
NEW and used "rd, Ames bodies, irn
mediate delivery O'Rourks Goldstrora
Auto Co., 3701 So. 84th. So. 899.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.,
130 Farnam 8t
QUALITY USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO..
PRIVATELY owned used cars for sale.
OMAHA USED CAR MARKET.
5517 Leavenworth. Tyler 2347.
51 Oft for n8neto w can t fix; patentee
P1W Affinity Spark Plug. O. Baya
dorfer. 310 N. lth.
191 S FORD touting body; exchange for
Ford roadster body. Call Tyler 2347.
New Ford to out of town customer.
SH CADILLAC for sale, J 175. Call Doug.
VE ARB THE USED CAR MEN.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
1910 Farnam. Harney 414.
FOR SALE Cheap International truck,
model A. Call Benson 140. J. H.
I SKD Haynes roadster, in excellent con
dition. The Peterson Truck Co., S437
11 UDSON Super-eix roadster. 1917, A-l
shape, extra tires and cushions, 'i960.
I'hone IValnut ?151.
M .VRION touring car; good tires; good
condition. 9125 Phone Doug. 4441.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUT L SMITH.
Repairing and Painting.
Wrecked and leaky radiator reolrd
and rebuilt; larga stock used radiators
New Ford honeycomb radiators.
OMAHA RADIATOR TIRE WORKS
1S19 Cuming 064 Farnam.
EXPERT radiaturs. fendra and auto
bodies; repairing at reasonable price.
Prompt attention given to garago work,
ship your radiator direct to us.
NEBRASKA SERVICE OARAGE.
Dong 7390. Ill 8. 19th St
CENTRAL garaga repair dept. sight and
day service. It In trouble call ua. Trier
714. All work guaranteed.
F. P Barnum Co.. 1123 Cuming. D 4044.
High grad Automoblla Painting.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOT oTtCYCLES.
Bargain In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, tho Motorcycle Mao. Iith and
I I SEE YOU ATE SOME I ( ) I lV CLAD ) , 1 1 4 t r COINC OVER TO I ( tti i UFf?-i cFwn I
fUDDINO- 15 THAT Nry VOUDIDNT U ATI VT SEE HER- IS THERE I 4&jK TELL HEIr. I or-ND J
JENTOVEfc- WHAT IT WO, EAT I TALL." 4 y ' Wr ANY WORD Yx r k V1? ME LOvE JUST r
J'res nd Supplies.
tires 6ne-ha"if price,
guaranteed 1.000 miles.
JOxt f 7 SOISOxSH I III.
32I3H 10.2533x 1116
J2x4 11.60134x4 11.00
We furnish th old tire.
I IN I VULCANIZING COMPANT.
1516 Davenport Street.
SPECIAL sale of our guaranteed rebuilt
tire; shipped subject to examination
Plain. Tread, skid.
0x3 17.50 f 9.85 310.00
30XLV4 9 SO 11.25 13.00
STANDARD TIRE CO.,
410 North 16lh St.
WE do casing and tube repairing. We
guarantee our work. New and aecond
URBAN TIRE A VULCANIZING CO.,
2223 Harney St. Phone Dougla S413.
NEW TIRES ON SALE.
Firestone. Congress, Lee Pullman, Flak.
Writ for price. Mention lie.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 2016 FARNAM.
II CENTS PER MILE.
Rant a Ford. Drive yourself. Ford
Livery Co.. 1314 Howard St. Dougla 3623.
BARGAINS, new No. 1 tires and tubes.
Tire 45 par cent off, List tubes 15 per
cent, writ or phone Webster 1034. Day
1803 No. S4th.
GAIN mor miles; hav your tire ra-
ireaaeo oy k. as 1. irv 1,0.
1415 Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
Horses and Mules
THERE WILL BE SOLD ON
FEBRUARY 19, 1919, AT 9 A. M.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO
THE HIGHEST BIDDER, AUX
ILIARY REMOUNT DEPOT,
CAMP CODY. DEMING, NEW
MEXICO. ONE THOUSAND
HORSES AND MULES.
THESE ANIMALS WERE
BOUGHT BY THE GOVERN
MENT FOR OVERSEAS SER
VICE AND ARE NOW IN EX
CESS OF THE PRESENT RE
QUIREMENTS. FOUR HUN
DRED THIRTY MULES AND
FIVE HUNDRED SEVENTY
HORSES WILL BE OFFERED.
FOR SALE. THIS STOCK IS IN
GOOD CONDITION. MULES
RANGE IN WEIGHT FROM
tflNE TO THIRTEEN HUN
DRED POUNDS AND- THE
HORSES WILL WEIGH FROM1
ONE THOUSAND TO FOUR
TEEN HUNDRED POUNDS.
BOTH HORSES AND MULES
WILL BE OFFERED SINGLE,
IN PAIRS, FOURS, TENS AND
CAR LOTS. BUYERS WILL
BE PERMITTED TO SELECT
AND CLASSIFY STOCK AND
HAVE THEM PRESENTED IN
AUCTION RING ACCORDING
TO THEIR SELECTION. AR
RANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN
MADE WITH RAILROAD TO
HAVE CARS PLACED AT RE
MOUNT DEPOT LOADING
PEN SO THAT THERE WILL
BE NO DELAY TO BUYERS
IN SHIPPING STOCK.
A LEATHER HALTER WILL
BE FURNISHED WITH
EVERY ANIMAL SOLD.
LUNCH WILL BE OBTAIN
ABLE ON THE GROUND.
SALE WILL BE HELD RE
GARDLESS OF WEATHER.
TERMS OF SALE, CASH OR
DO NOT FORGET THE
DATE, FEBRUARY 19, AND
THE PLACE: AUXILIARY RE
MOUNT DEPOT, CAMP CODY.
THIS IS AN UNUSUAL OP
PORTUNITY OF SECURING
HORSES AND MULES AT
YOUR OWN PRICE.
FOR FURTHER INFORMA
TION WIRE MAJOR F. G.
BREWER, COMMANDING OF
FICER REMOUNT DEPOT,
CAMP CODY. '
HARNESS, SADDLES and TRAVELING
We mak them ourselvp and sell
them direct to consumer. Why pay two
profit for Inferior good when you can
get high grad good at first coat
ALFRED CORNISH A CO.,
Phone Doug 2314. 1210 Farnam.
DON'T FORGET th big horse and mule
auction at stock yard (table next
Wednesday. Expect a good run of choice
farm mares, matched team of farm
chunk and on car load of farm mules.
Sal starts at 10 o'clock. I. C. Gallup,
Extra! Extra! Extra!
Harness, collar and harness accessories.
No war prices, selling at a aecrlflc a
owner I In Franc. Call at residence
FOR SALE On team heavy work horses,
1.800 lbs., on tt beavy harnesa (dou
ble). W1U reasonably. George
Reynolds, lH Ms won St.
ONE. good milk cow, and on horse. Ben
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FOR SALE Pedigreed Belgian narea
Young bred doea 13.00 each; two thor
oughbred male 1 year old 13 each; two
litter young rabblta, reasonable. Ben
son 7 39-J.
WHEAT screenings $2.25 pr hundred. A.
W, Wagper, lul N. 16th St., Doug. 1142. ,
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
WHITE ROCK HATCHING EGGS from
Omaha show winners. Benson 288.
THREE thoroughbred Leghorn rooster
for sale. Call Red 4161.
Call Webster 3733.
dog for sale.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial Home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. V distribute.
Phona Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new borne
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
WOULD like to take in Japanese language
In exchange for lessons In English,
French, Spanish, German, Italian, Latin,
or Tagalog. George Woeuckhaus, How
MCNKY TO LOAN.
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and note secur
ity. 140. mo.. H. goods, total, 13.50
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
433 Security Bldg.. 16th Farnam. Ty. 666
LOANS ON DIAMONDS, JEWELRY ANU
11. LIBERTY BONDS. O
A 72 W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1391. ,0
6TH FLR. SECURITY BLDG., TY. 080.
Lowest rate. Private loan booths. Harry
Maleshock, 1514 Todge, D. 6610. Est. 1391
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice la hereby given that th regular
annual meeting of the Stockholder of the
South Piatt Land Company will be held
at the office of aaid Company Room 701.
First National Bank Building, Lincoln Ne
braska, at 11 o'clock A. M., on the Fifth
day of March A. D,, 1919. C. H. Morrill.
President; W. W. Turner, Secretary and
Treasurer. F-4 31t-m.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Charles J. Carlson and wife to Jake
Fellman, Seward St., 254 ft. a. of
24th St., . ., 31x130 $1,800
Raymond Cottenler and wlf to
James B. Newman, R St., 65 ft.
w. of 37th St., s. ., 50x125 1,673
William C. Hodge and wife to Mat.
lie Belman, Capitol ave., 210 ft
w. of 4Sth St., m. a., 60x100 3.000
Petrea W. Homellua and husband to
Hugh J. Ryan et a)., s. w. cor.
2Hth and Ed Creighton ave., 122x
Mlchallne Alukonls and husband to
Anton Povenkenis and wife, 33rd
ave., 69 ft. n. of T it., e. s, 45x
Margaret M. Burks to Adal Sutter,
29th at., 120 ft. s. of Douglas St.,
e. ., 40x115 8,150
Frank W. Carmlchae! and wife to
Ollv W. Clarke, Hamilton St.. 250
ft. e. of 51t it., . ., 50.14S ... 5,400
Barker Co. to Augusta E. Snmuel
son, 45th ave., 200 ft. n. of Miami
St., e. s, 60x125 (75
George H. Helkel and wife to Sam
uel O. Danlelson, Camden ave.,
94 hi ft. w. of 27th at., n. s., 47
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to W. .
Spain, SOth St., 72 ft. . of Vinton
St., w, ., irrcg. piece 2,880
Wurren S. Frank and wife to John
Johnson et al., Decatur at., 90 ft.
e. of 28th t., n. a, 30x127.5 350
Aaron Wolf and wife to H. A. Wolf
Co., s. w. cor. 20th and Charles
ts., 60x133 2,600
Caroline C. Robert and husband to
Rosa Deal, Pierce st., 100 ft. . of
44th St., s. .. 100x126 1,000
Jerome P. Mage to David A. Fitch,
16th St., 83 ft. n. of LeavenwortlT
at., e. ., 44x66 10,000
Hattie N. Osborna and husband to
Marlon Plxley, 31st at., 261.7 ft. s.
of Pacifio at., e. ., 60x150 3,000
Andrew B. Anderson and wlfa to
Louis E. Hansen, n. . cor, SOth
and Craig eta.. 66x83 2,600
Nellie G. Wood and husband to Mor
ris Brody, 25th et. 120 ft. w. of
25th et. s. s., 60x125 2.000
Boston. Feb. 14. The Commercial Bul
letin tomorrow will say;
'There ha been a little business during
the week In scoured wools, which were
bought at last week' auctions, but other
wise the market has been quiet. Puller
hav had little wool to offer, but quoting
firm, especially on fine wools.
'The altuatlon in the goods market Is
reported Irregular, but with somewhat
better demand, on tho whole. The for
eign market are generally firm."
Turpentine ana Kosln.
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 14. Turpentine
steady, 6S?c; no sales; receipts, 34 bbls.;
shipment. 16 bbls.; tock. 30,640 bbls.
Rosin Inactive; no sales: receipts. 432
bbls.; shipments, 61 bbls.; stock, 73,640
Quote: B, 313.10: D, E. 113.16: F.
113.20; O, 613.25; H. 113.30; I, 13.66: K,
316.75; M, 616.25; N, WG, 116.30; WW,
New York. Feb. 14. Yarn today were
quiet but lower. Raw silk wa firmer
and wool good quiet. Small sales of
print, cloths wer reported on a hi
of iVi cents for 8 H -Inch 64 by 60. Mar
kets wer generally quiet.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruit.
New York, Feb. 14. Evaporated Apple
Pea ches Strong.
New York Cotton Future.
New York. Feb. 14. Cotton . fn tore
opened ateady; March, 23,45o to 22.68c;
May, 21.850 to 21.67c; .Tnif. 21.20c; Octo
ber. 19.70c; December. 19.56c.
MUST BE SOLD BY MARCH lf 1919.
The Production of This Land Will Pay
for It in One Season.
No 1. ISO acre, 100 acre broke, fenced, good well and maH
improvements, at 656 per acre. Carry $2,600 for five year at
7. SH mile from county seat.
No. 2, 320 acre, 2 miles from market; 165 acre under
cultivation. Fair improvements. Thi is a real bargain at
t66 per acre. Will carry $10,000 it 6 for five years.
No. 3, excellent quarter, 45 acres broke, no improvement.
Four mile from market. $55 per acre. Carry $2,000.
No. 4, another fine quarter, raw, flva mile from county seat;
$55 per acre; carry $1,500.
No. S, 480 acre, raw, ha a good hedge post fence. Flva
mile from county seat. School acros th read. A real bar
gain at $67.60. Carrie $10,200.
Ne. 6, a nicely Improved, 320-acr frm, 4', mile from
eounty eat. 200 acre under cultivation. Price, $76 per acre.
Look tip th record of Phillip County. Colorado, and you
will readily understand why these are rare bargains. They ar
put on the market at a acriflce in order to elean up by March 1.
To land any of these bargain, wire us at once.
HOLYOKE LAND COMPANY
IIOU OK. . COLORADO.
Intern Mc. vw Serrlet.
Market and Industrial News of
Official Monday ....
Official Thursday ..
Estimate Friday ....
5 dayu this week ..
Sam day last week
Same 2 wks. ago ...
Sumo 3 wks. ago....
Same year ago
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock Yards, Omaha, Neb., for
24 hour ending at i o'clock p. m., yes
terday: RECEIPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C, M. A St. P 4 16 1
Union Pacifio 17 1
C. & N. W east 7 It 1
C. & N. W., west I 10
C, St. P., M. 0 6
C, B. & Q., east 4 6 2
C B. A Q., west T
C, R. I. & P., east.... 6 10
C. R. I. P., west.... 1
Illinois Central 1 It ..
Chi. Gt. Weft 2
Total receipts 47 4
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morria Co 4fi0 1,136
Swift & Co 271 1,153 ' 64
Cudahy Packing Co. 298 1.583 188
Armour & Co 76 1,278
Schwarta & Co 953
J. W. Murphy 803
Lincoln Packing Co. 18
So. Om. Packing Co. 10
St. Clair Packing Co 1
Hoffman Bros 6
F. P. Lewis 48
J. B. Root & Co 46
R. M. Burrus & Co. 32
Rosenstock Bros 103
F. G. Kellogg 30
Werthei'er & Degen 103
Ellis & Co 3
Sullivan Bros 1
Mo.-K. C. & C. Co. . 1
E. G. Christie 4
John Harvey 83
Dennis & Francis... 5
Cheek & Krcbs .... 7
Other Buyer 188 257
Total 1.894 6,900
Cattle There wa only 1,000 head of
cattle or around 41 cars on sale this morn
ing and the supply of beef steers was very
light including 10 loads of Nevada steers.
Trading wa strong but around 25 to 50c
lower than a week ago with th good to
choice kinds quotable from I17.00S 18.S0,
medium to goad grades from I13.2516.76.
Butcher stock was active and 2550.e
higher and practically steady with a week
ago. Feeder wore strong and actlva and
fully 'steady for the week.
tjuotatlons on cattle: Good to eholca
beeves, f 17.0018.00; fair to good beeves.
$15.005?16.75; common to fair beeves,
H3.50ssl4.75 good to choice yearlings,
614.50(f 16.00: fair to good yearlings, 112.60
(fl'14.25; common to fair yearlings, 88.60
12.25; good to choice heifers, I12.5014.00;
prim cows, $11.75(313.50; good to choice
cows, 610.0011.75; fair to good cows,
$s. 25310. 00; common to fair cows, f6.00
8.25: choice to prime feeders, 114.00
16.25; good to" choice feeders, 113.003
13.75; medium to good feeder. I10.50r
12.00 good to choice (tockera, 810.000
12.00; fair to good stockers, $9.0010.00;
common to fair stockers. 68.00 9.00;
stock heifers, I8.758.50; stock cow,
6.757.75; stock calves, J8.0011.75;
veal calves, t7.00O13.76; bull, (tags, etc.,
Hogs The effect of the storm on trans
portation was noticeable In the hog re
ceipt today, amounting to only 86 loads,
estimated at 6.000 head. With a light
supply on hand, buyers were active and
tha receipt were disposed of at an early
hour In the morning. The market opened
10 and 15 cents higher and closed with
part of the advance lost, some considering
the close not much better than steady
with yesterday. Bulk of sales waa 117.26
and 617.50, and tops at 617.73.
Sheep Receipts were light today, about
I, 000 head arriving. There was nothing
prima included In fat lsmbs, sale being
reported mostly from 816.60 to 616.60;
choice lambs ere quotable up to 617.00,
with heavyweight on down to 616.25,
generally steady with yesterday and about
steady with last week. Ther wer no
aged aheep here today, but th market
whs quoted nominally ateady, choice fat
ewe being quoted up to 611.00, 610.50
II. 00 catching moat of the sale.
Quotation on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice. tl6.6017.00; lambs, fair to good.
116.00 -a 16.60 lamb feeder, 613.00 15.60;
yearlings, good to choice, t) 1 3. 6014.60;
yearlings, fair to good, t9.009.60; year
ling feeders, t9.6Olfl.0O; wether, fat,
tt2.0013 00; wether feeders. tS.60i810.60;
ewes, good to choice, 61O.75ll.00: ewes,
fair to good, t9.00J 10.60; ewe feeders,
St. I-ouls Lire Stock.
St. Louis, Feb. 14. Cattle Receipts,
800; steady; natlv beef steers, til. 60
18.50: yearling steer and heifers, t9,50
16.00; cows, t7.601 12.80; stocker and
feeders, t9.6012.00; fair to prime south
ern beef steers, flO.00 18.00; beef cows
and heifers, t7. 5015. 00; canners and cut
ters, t5.507.25; native calve, 67.75
Hogs Receipts, 12,100; steady: light.
Short Term Notes
Quotations through The National City
Company, First National Bank Building,
Am. Tel. Tel. Co. 6s (1925).t02'i 102
Am. Tobacco 7s (19C1) 1025 102-1,
Am. Tobacco 7s (19221 102 103.
Am. Tobacco 7 (1923) 103", 104'.
Arm. & Co. con. D. 6a (119).100 100
Arm. & Co. con, D 6 (1920). 100 100-i
Arm: & Co. con. D. 6 (1923). 100 mi
Arm. &. Co. con. D 6s (1924). 100 101
Beth. Steel Co. 7 (1919) 100i 101
Beth. Steel Co. 7s (1922) 101 10Hi
Beth. Steel Co. 7 (1924). ...101 101
British 64s (1919) 99 100
British 6 (1921) tS4 98
Cent. Argentine C. 6 (1927). 88 91
C, B. A Q. joint 4 (1921).... 65 954
C. & West Ind. 6 (1919) 96
City et Pari 6s (1921) 99 994
Cudahy Pack. Co. 7a (1926). .1014 1024
Del. Hud. 6a (1920) 984 99
Fed Farm Loan 4a (1937). .100 100
Fed. Farm Loan (a (1938). ...1024 1034
Genearl Electrlo 6 (1919). ...100 100
Interboro R. T. 7 (1920).... 89 91
Liggett & Meyers 6a (1921). .100 100
Tim. Detroit Axle 7 (1920). .100 101
Union Pacifio 6s (1928) 104 104
U. S. Liberty 8s 98.83 98.88
U. S. Liberty 1st 4 ,.92.74 92.84
U. S. Liberty 2d 4s 92.60 92.70
IT. S. Liberty 1st 4s 94.76 94 86
U .8. Liberty 2d 4H 09-84 93.92
IT. S. Liberty 3d 4s 95.13 95.18
U. 8. Liberty 4th 4i 93.88 93.96
$17.3017.66; pigs, $12.EO17.00; mixed
and butcher, ll7.30!ilS.10; good, heavy,
tl7.9018.20; bulk. tl7.30-51S.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipt. 600; steady;
Iambs, tl8.255rl7.35; ewes. S10.50ffill.25;
cannera and choppers, $3.00 9.00.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Feb. 14. (U. S. Bureau of
Market.) Cattle Receipts, 4.00O; beef
steer and she-stock, strong to 15 cents
higher; other classes, steady; beef cattle,
good, choice and prime, tlti.5020.00;
common and medium, tlO.5016.60;
butcher stock, cow and heifers. t7.25
16.25; canner and cutters, t5.867.25;
stocker and feeders, good, choice and
fancy, $11.00 1 4.76; Inferior, common and
medium, $8.0011.00; veal calves, good
and choice, $15.0015.50.
Hogs Receipts, 66,000; market opened
weak to 6 cents lower, closed mostly
6 to 10 cents under yesterday's
average; bulk of sale, 117.75?? IS. 00;
butchers, tl7.8018.05; light, $17.60 Jj)
17.90; packing, tl6.8517.70: throwouts,
t16.2516.85; pigs, good to choice, $15.25
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, T.000 head;
sheep, steady; lambs, strong to 25c higher;
lambs, choice and prime, tl7.35rn 60;
medium and good, $15. 65-517. 35; "tills,
613..1014.75; ewes, choice and prime,
til 2511.60; medium and good, t9 75
11.25; culls, $5.508.25.
Kansas City Lira Stock.
Kansas City, Feb. 14. Cattle, 700;
strong; no southerns; prime fed steers,
$18.00019.00; dressed beef steers, $12.00
18.00; western steers, $12.0017.00; south
ern steera, nominally, $7.003 13.00; cows,
$7.0014.00; heifers, $$.0014.60; stock
ers and feeders, t7.6016.00; bulls, $7.60
911.60; calves, $7.0014.00.
Hogs Receipts, 550; strong; bulk,
$15.16i817.75; heavy. $17.50118.00; pack
ers and butchers, $17.4017.t5; lights,
tl7.0017.40; pigs, $12.00(816.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 400; higher;
lambs, $16.6517.10; yearlings. tlO-6O0
15.00; -wethers. t9.00lfU2.5O: ewes, tlfl-50
11.20; stockers and feeders, $10.00
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo.. Feb. 14. Cattle Re.
ceipta, 600 head; market steady; steers,
612 0(1018.76; cows and heifers, $5.50
16 60; calves, $7.0016.00.
Hogs Receipts. 7,500 head: market
higher; top, $17.76; bulk, $17.1517.60.
Bhoep and Lambs Receipts, 100 head:
market nominal; lambs, $14.00(17.00;
Sioux City Live Stock.
Bloux City, la., Feb. 14. Cattle Re.
eelpts. 650 head; market steady; no quo
tations. Hogs Receipts. t.OOO head market
6 to 10 cents higher; light, tl7.0017.2O;
mixed, $17.15(817.40: heavy, $17.2617.65;
bulk of sales, tl7.2017.6O.
Sheep and Lambs Receipt. 1,000 head;
New Xork General.
New Tork, Feb. 14. Buckwheat-
Easy and sound milling $2.76, nominal.
c I. f. Now York.
Wheat Spot steady; No. J red, $2.31,
track New York.
Corn Spot steady; No. i yellow and No.
$ white, tl.46, e. i. f. New York.
Oats Spot barely steady; standard
Tallow Firm; city special loose, to.
Other articles unchanged.
New York Produce.
New Tork, Feb. 14. Butter Higher;
creamery than extras, 6364c; oxtrs,
Eggs Steady; unchanged.
Cheese Irregular; state whole milk
flat current make specals, 3030c; do,
average run, 28029c
Poultry Live, firm; chickens. 32c;
fowls, 88c; turkeys, 35 840c. Others and
dressed poultry unchanged.
Chicago, Feb. 14. Butter Higher;
creamery, 38 (9c.
Eggs Higher: receipts. 12,47 cases;
firsts, 37c; ordinary firsts, 3636c; at
mark, cases Included, 36CS-37C.
Potatoes Receipts, 50 cars; unchanged.
Poultry Alive, unchanged.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 14. Butter
Eggs Two cents higher; firsts, 84c.
i'oultry Hens, 27c; roosters, 1620c;
New York, Feb. 14. Final price on
Liberty bond today were: 3 4. t98.8i;
first convertible 4s, $92.74; second 4s,
$32.64; first convertible 44s, $94.86; sec.
ond convertible -4. t93.64; third 4s.
$95.08; fourth 4s, $93.90.
Nw York Cottoa Future.
New York, Feb. 14. Cotton Future
closed steady; March, 22.32c; July, 20.95c;
October, 19.62c; December, 19.32c.
Money to Loan
Improved City Property
Frank H. Binder
823 City Nat. Ck. Bldg.
for The Bee by
Omaha, Feb. 14. Continued higher re
ceipts, af grains were in evidence today,
with corn leading those of any other
grain with 67 cars. Wheat arrivals were
10 cars; oats, 34 cars; rye, 6 car and bar
ley. 1 1 cars.
Corn prices rang dfrom lc higher to lc
lower, with the market generally not much
changed. There was a fair demand for
Oats brought yesterday's price.
Parley wa lc off.
Ther wa no rye reported old up to a
lute hour. '
Wheat prices were firm
Market report from various terminals
wore received today due wire trouble
caused by aever weather.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts Todsy. Wk. Ago. Yr. Ago.
Wheat 16 6
Corn 67 41 $41
Oata 14 26 29
Rye 4 6
Barley 11 t t
Wheat 10 18 60
Corn 8 104 159
Oats 29 63 II
Rye 0 6 1
Barley 11 56 - 0
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
i Wheat. Corn. Oat.
Chicago 63 223 137
Corn No. 3 white: t cars, tl.29; 1-5
car, $1.28. No. 4 white: 1 car, $1.25.
No. 3 yellow: 1 car, $1.34 1 car, $1.33; 4
cars, $1.30; 13-5 cars, $1.29. No. 4 yel
low; 1 car, $1.27; 9 cars, $1.26; 7 care,
$1.25. No. 6 yellow: 1 car, $1.24; 1 car,
11.23; 2 cars, $1.22; 1 car, $1.21; 1 rar,
$1.20. No. 6 yellow: I car, $1.1$. No.
3 mixed: 1 car. $1.29; 1 car, $1.29; 1 car,
$1.27. No. 4 mixed: 1 oar, $1.23. No. 6
mixed: 1 car, $1.20.
Oats No. 2 white: 1 car, 0e. No.
3 white: 1 car, 69c; 1 ear, 69c 1 car,
58c; 28 cars, 58c. No. 4 whtte: 5
cars, 68c; 1 car, 68 Vic. No. 4 mixed:
1 car. 65 c.
Barley No. ,t: 1 ear, t3c. No. 4:
4 cars. 81c.
Wheat No. 1 hard: 1 ear. $2.28. No.
5 hard: 8 cars, 62.24. No. 3 spring: 1
car, t2.02. Sample northern spring: 1
car. $2.00. No, mixed: 1 car, $2.13;
1 car, $3.06.
Chicago Grain and Provisions,
Chicago, Feb. 14. Heavy selling to re
alize profits brought about downward
swings today In the corn market. Prices
closed nervous. 1 to 3e net lower with
May tl.20 to 1.20 and July $1.17 to
1.17. Oata finished 1 to le off,
and provisions at a decline of 15 to 65c.
Notwithstanding that the corn market
fluctuated rapidly, the general trend was
downgrade throughout the session,
though much of the selling wa on the
theory that yesterday's advance had been
too sudden and that a setback, whether
lasting or not, appeared certain. It was
pointed out that the bulge had curtailed
shipping demand, whereas consignment
notices from the country had to some ex
tent Increased. Moreover, misgivings as
to II effect from th blizzard were less
In evidence, and there aeemed no longer
any sign of the flurry over President Wil
son's remarks about fresh trouble with
Germany. Most of the buying today was
ascribed to big eastern shorts, anxious to
withdraw from the market.
Oats gave way with corn. It wa said
no export bids wer In sight.
Provisions Jumped to th maximum
limit, but then offerings became free and
a sharp break ensued, the first In about
a week. Houses with stock yard affilia
tions were conspicuous in the selling.
Cash Quotations: Corn No. 8, yellow,
nominal; No. 4 yellow, $1.211.25: No.
5 yellow, $1.181.!2.
Oats No. 6, whtte, 68ff60c; atandsrd,
Rye No. !. tt.S20I.l4H-
Barley 83 94c.
Timothy 17. 00 10.00.
Ribs $24. 60926.00.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
Bee by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain
brokers, 316 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Open. High. Low. I Clone. Tues.
Mar 1.27 1.27 1.24 1.25 1.27
May 1.23, 1.234 M 1-20 1.22
J'ly 1.20 1-20 1.16 1.17 1.20
Mar .61 .61 .68 .68 .60
sMy .61 .61 .68 69 .60
July .50 .69 .56 .664 -8
May 41.35 41.80 40.00 40.S0 40.85
,11 v 39.60 39.60 39.00 39.00 39.50
May 25.80 25.20 24. 3S 24.60 . 24.80
J'ly 24.82 23.45 23.67 23.82
Msy 23.S0 23.S7 22.32 25.62 22.8!
J'ly 22.82 22.88 21.82 21.82 22.82
Minneapolis, Feb. 14. Barley 7687c.
Rye No. 2, tl.3241.334.
Kansa City Grain.
Kansaa City, Mo., Feb. 14. Corn Feb
ruary, $1.81: March, tl.30; May.
tl.25: July. $1.22.
St. Louts Grain.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 14. Corn March,
$1.30; May. $1.25.
Oata March, 60c, nominal; May, 60c.
New York Coffee.
New York, Feb. 14. Reports thst coffee
had been removed from th export con
servation list were followed by a sharp
advance In th market her today. Fu
ture opened firm t n advance of 11 to
12 points, with May selling up to 1-4 80c,
and December to 13.70c, or 14 to 60 points
above lost night's cloning figures during
the afternoon. Th close was within a
point or two of the best, showing a net
gain of 61 to 46 points. Business was
not active, but trade Interests were
among the buyers and offerings were light.
Conflicting opinions were expressed ss to
the probability of exports from locsl
stocks, but the advance waa accompanied
by reports that Kurope might becom
buyer here, particularly in the cas of
mild grades. Msy. 14.78c; July, 14.33;
September, 13.95c; October, 13.85c; Decem
ber, 13.70c: January, 13.65c.
Spot coffee, steadier; Rio 7, 15o to
15c; Santos 4s, 21 He Few firm offers
were reported In the cost and freight
market, but 4s and 6a wer said to be
here at 19.70c London credits.
The offcial cablea reported no change
In tl- Braslllan markets except Santos
futures, which were unchanged to 76 rels
higher. Brazilian port receipts 22,000
New York Money.
New York. Feb. 14 Mercantile Paper
Franca Demand, $5. 45 "4; cablea,
Mexican Dollars Unchanged.
Time Loans Firm: unchanged.
Call Money Strong: high, 5; low, S;
ruling rate. 6: closing bid. 6; offered at
5; last loan, 6 per cent.
New York. Feb. 14. Stocks traversed
familiar ground In the course of today's
dull session, pools continuing their bullish
operations among such speculative fa
vorites as oils, equipments snd tobaccos.
Shippings and motors came In for oc
casional attention, mainly at higher quo
tations, with leather, distilling and paper
shares, but mils were altogether neglected,
though maintaining a firm undertone.
United States Steel made Its best quo
tation of the week on a fractional advance
to 91, but closed at a loss of half a
point. For the first time In many weeks,
steel surrendered leadership at the most
active Issue to Mexican Petroleum, the lat
ter, however, losing half Its 4-polnt ad
vance. Royal Dutch was the spectacular feature
at an extreme gain of t points, bounding
forward In the final hour when most other
stocks were decidedly reactionary en re
Baldwin Locomotlvs, Bethlehem and
Crucible Steels, American Car and Steel
Foundry recorded temporary gain of 1 to
2 points with General Motors, American
Smelting, Hide and Leather preferred snd
Marine preferred, thee tor the most part
suffering materiel reductions later. Cop
pers, United Fruit and secondary motor
A break of 14 per cent In Georgia Cen
tral consolidated 6s, a 3-point rise In Vlr-glnla-West
Virginia certificates, steadiness
in the foreign group, and an easier tone
for Liberty Issues marked the irregular
bond list. Total sales (par value) aggre
gated til, 650,000. Old United States
bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of sales snd quotations on lead
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar.. 200 68 684 684
Am. Can 1,800 44 44 44
Am. Car & Fdry.. 2,200 89 88 69
Am. Locomotive 60
Am. Smlt. & Ref. 2,000 65 64 64 '4
Am. Sugar Ref 115
Am. T. & T 1,700 101 100 1004
Anaconda Cop 1,400 68 67 57
Atchison 200 91 91 91
A. G. A W.I.S.S.L. 2,600 97 964 95
Bait. A Ohio 600 46 45 46
California Pet.... 1,200 24 234 24
Ches. & Ohio
C, M. & St. P..
C, R. I. ft P. ctfs.
400 153 158 158
1.400 594 69 59
700 86 36 36
200 23 2t 23
C'hlno Copper 600 33 18 32
Colo. F. & 1 200 36 36 36
Corn Prod. Ref.. 900 47 47 47
Crucible Steel 6,000 66 64 66
Cuba Cane Sugar. 600 21 21 21
Distiller's Sec 12,000 66 65 66
General Elec 161
General Motors. . .14,000 132 130 131
Ot. North, ptd... 200 92 91 92
Gt. No. Ore ctfs.. 6,100 38 37 37
Illinois Cent - (7
Int. Mer. Mar. pfdJ6,500 100 99 99
Int. Nickel 1,400 264 26 26
Int. Paper 17,000 41 $1
K. C. Southern
Konnecott Cop.... 1,700 30
Mexican Pet 44,000 176 176
Missouri Pao 800 24
Montana Power... 200 71 71
N. Y. Cent.
N. Y., N. H. A H. 3,400 27 264 27
. ft w,
600 90 90 90
200 30 (0 20
700 44 44 44
. 200 20 20 20
2,700 78 78 78
Pittsburg Coal .
Ray Cons. Cop..
Rep. Iron ft Steel
Shat. Arli. Cop.. 900 11 11
Southern Pacific. 17,700 100 99 99
Southern By 1,200 26 26 26
Studebaker Corp.. 14,300 53 62 52",
Texas (TO (,600 19I 190 191
Union Pacifio 300 128 127 127
U. S. Ind. Al.
2,400 106 104 104
24,200 91 90 90
400 114 114 114-4
1,800 68 67 67
IT. S. Stl
U. 8. Steel ptd..
200 87 87 67
Bethlehem B 4,700 614 60 60
Total sales for the day, 410,000 shares.
New York Bonds.
V. 8. 2s, reg... 97T. C. ref. 4s.... 82
IT. S. 2s, coup... 97Int. M. M. 6s ...98
U. S. 3s, reg... 89 K. C. S. ref. 6s.. 86
U. 8. 3s, coup. 89 L. ft N. un. 4s 84
U. S. Lib. 8s 98.90 M K ft T 1st 4s 8
U. S. 4s. reg... 1044 M. Pac. gen. 4s 61
U. S. 4s, coup.. 1044 Mont. Power 5s 91
Am For Seo 6 99 N. Y. C. deb. 6s 18
Am T ft T o 6s 92 N. Pac 4s 83
Anglo-French 6s 97 N. Pacific 3s 99
Arm. ft Co. 4s 86 0. 8. I., ref. 4s (5
Atchison gen 4a 83 'Pac T. ft T. 6s 93
B. ft O. cv. 4s 77Penn. con. 4s 96
Beth. Steel r. 5s 89 Penn. gen. 4 88
Cen. Leather 5a 96 Reading gen. 4s 85
Cen. Pacific 1st 808 L ft 8 F a 6s 64
C. A O. cv. 6s 854 8. Pac. cv. 6s.. 103
C B ft Q Joint 4s 95s. By 6 93
CM&8Po478 T. ft P. 1st. ... 90
C R I ft P ref 4s 74Unlon Psclflo 4s 86
C. & S. ref. 4a 78 U. 8. Rubber 6s 87
D. ft R. G. r. 6s 60 IT. S. Rubber 6 87
D of C 5s (1931) 974 V. 8. Steel 6.. 100
Erie gen. 4s.... 62 Wabash 1st 97
Gen. Electric 6s 98 French 6s..,.105
Gt. N. 1st 4s 8$ Bld.
Bradstreet's Trade Review.
New York. Feb. 14. Bradstreet's tomor
row will say:
Th trade sdvlces are a shad more
cheerful, the movement of peace time In
dustries, outside of textile lines, Is a trifle
faster, and collections are a bit better.
These statements, of course, must be
taken with knowledge of the fact that
buying, especially of wearing apparel at
wholesale. Is conservative snd not equal
to that of a year ago; that rain or anow
the country over has checked country
trade and marketing of products, espe
cially of corn and hogs at the west; that
lowet cotton prices discourage southern
buying and promote talk of crop area re
ductions; that a great many textile mill
hands sre striking or otherwls Idle, pend.
Ing th settlement of the shorter week
issue, snd that th number of unemployed
is larger, owing mainly to the continued
release of men from the army.
The ky to the whole situation ms
still to be the matter of prices and her
two great Industries, textile msnufacturlng
and Iron snd steel production, sre sllke
suffrrers, though dissimilar In this, that
while steel mills, running at full In some
instances, and eating Into the back Ing of
unfilled orders, the supplies of textiles
are certainly not being Increased greatly
by the short time ruling.
Weekly bank clearings, $5,421,992,000.
New Yorft Cotton.
New York, Feb. 14. Cotton closed
steady at a net advance of 10 to 25 points
on old crop deliveries, while later months
were unchanged to 6 points lower.
Puluth. Feb. 14. Linseed $3.47,
1 Oporto Kestores Eepublic.
London, Feb. 14. The people of
Oporto, supported by republican
forces, have restored the republic in
northern Portugal, according to a
Lisbon dispatch received by the
Portuguese legation. Pavia Cou
ceiro, the royalist leader, has been
DDE TO ARRIVE
IN SNOWY WORLD
Peters Milling Company Set
Incubators During Warm
Days; Will Ship to
Several thousand very cold little
"chicks" will be hatched at the IV
C. Teters Milling company, Twenty
ninth and B streets, unless there is
a sudden change of temperature.
During the warm days of a week
or so ago a large quantity of eggs
were placed in the huge reter's in
cubators. The "chicks" are now due
to arrive in a cold, snowy world.
The poultry extension depart
ment of the Peters Milling com
pany, which is in charge of O. C.
Urford, formerly a poultry expert at
Ames (la.) university is receiving
orders for hcicks from states as far
west as Wyoming, as far fouth as
Texas, and as far east as Illinois.
Chicks may be shipped to any point
that can be reached by express or
parcel post within 72 hours, ac
cording to O. D. Peters.
Mr. Peters explains that a por
tion of the yolk of the egg remains
in the abdomen of the chick which
must be absorbed as food before the
chicks are fed. It requires almost
72 hours for this assimilation, and
by the time the chick begins to get
hungry it has arrived at its desti
nation. To Build up Flock.
"It is our purpose in hatching
baby chicks," said Mr. Peters, "to
place them on midwest farms and
ranches to help build up better pro
ducing fowls. It doesn't cost any '
more to feed real producers than it
does scrubs. Our eggs are all care
fully selected. Visitors are welcome
at any time, and any assistance we
can render poultry raisers is free
Over 100,000 chicks will be hatch
ed by the Peters Milling company
this spring. Their four incubators
have t total capacity of 50,000
chicks at one hatching.
Tsmnnsnmi Crnt Rrirlria in
I Willful til J I uvi ui myv IV
Replace F Street Viaduct
A temporary foot bridge is being
constructed to replace the F street
viaduct which burned down last
fall. The construction work is be-
a . mr T1'-
ing done by tne Missouri racinc
Railroad company, sanctioned by .
the Union stock yards and th
Union Pacific Railroad companies.
The need of such a bridge has
been keenly felt by residents in the
west F street section. High school
children have had to make a de
tour of more than a mile in going
to scnooi. inetr oniy alternative
to this detour was to cross nu
merous railroad tracks where
switching is done.
The construction of a foot bridge
will be only temporary, according
to officials of the Stock Yards com
pany. House Warming Party
for Dr. and Mrs. Swoboda
A "house warming party" was
given to Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P.
Swoboda at their home, 5435 South
Twenty-second street, on the eve
ning of February 12. The evening
was spent in playing games and
singing. Those present were:
Vessra and Misses
Mesdsmes 1 Emma Sedlsok.
Joseph P. Swoboda- Zdenka Btnkul.
Emll Swoboda. Kate Favllk.
Otakar Chsrvat. Emma Hostel.
Walter Korlsko. France Konsa.
Chas. Belohlavek. Mildred Belohlavek
V. L. Korlsko. Zdenka Charvat.
J. H. Tetlva. Messrs
Jerome Korlske. Frank Cervsny.
Otto Smolik. Anton Hemes
Jo. 3. Fon. Bohous Slnkui.
South Side Breities
COAL Prompt delivery. South St,
SEMIANTHRACITE Beat coal for yeur
furnace. Phone South, $3. O. E. Harding
A prise masqu ball will be given at
Rushing hall on Saturday, February 13,
by the "Gassed Four."
We hav Christopher, th beat Illinois
eoal, $9.20 per ton. Plvonka Coal and Feed
Company. Phone S. 616 or S. 617.
lf you want money to buy er build a
home, ae the Home Savings A Loan As
sociation. 4724 South Twnty-fourth street.
ILLINOIS COAL W hav received
several cara of the beat Franklin County
Illinois coal. Phone South 33. O. E. Hard
ing Coal Co.
Life Insurance Has
Been Increased by
The "flu" epidemic has increased
the life insurance business very
greatly, says Ed Wolverton star
agent of the New York Life Insur
Mr. Wolverton has just received
word that only 12 agents in the Unit
ed States wrote more applications
than he did last year. He was also
one of the first to qualify for mem
bership in the "200,000 club" for 1919.
This club is composed of all agents
who write more than $200,000 insur
ance in each year ending July 1.
Wolverton has written $250.0000
with five months still to go. He is
now vire president of the club which
s international in scope.
Mr. Wolverton says life insurant
statistics show that 6,000,000 people
perished from Spanish influenza
throughout the world in September,
October and November of last year.
"Never since the great "black
death' epidemic has such a plague
swept the world," he says.
Present Transport Features.
Washington, Feb. 14. Views of
the interstate commerce commission
on transportation features of the
meat industry were presented today
by Chairman McChord of the com
mission, to the house interstate com
Instead of government operation,
he suggested legislation which wouM
provide the same regulation for re
frigerator cars operated by the pack,
ers to which cars of common tiiHf
now are subjected.
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