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5 AUTOMOBILES. BRINGING UP FATHER Drawn for The Bee by George McManus ERG POTASH CO. Copyright, 1017. international News Service. $100-FORD-$100 Balance In monthly psyments, will buy a used Ford car of real value. New ar also old on time payment pln. Ford wpairlng and Ford parti. M'CAFFREY MOTOR COMPANY Handy Ford S-rvire Station, 15th snd Jackson f-tn., liouglaj a600. A ?VCH MAN LIKE YOU SHOULD TAKE AN INTEREST IM A TALENTED yOOIs, MAN LIKE HIM IF HE OULD iET f ABROAD TO MHYY Jv"l J HELlO-iTHE the CONiO STEAM 6HIPCO' VELL -I WANT T04T A TICKET FOR A KJtM Trt ACOi. i,, If HE KTEPt) THAT UP heSconna, HAVE A COUPLE OF DOCTOR WORKIN- OVER HiM- HE.D CsE F?FAT Al SOMF DAY. s r r THE EEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919. I I il I 1 I I c.-r. ,tr ..e-r-,, 111 I 4. 1 I M IN LOVE ' J&'' IMPROPER FO VOO TO I V3 i ji I it .. tdfc-a S" 1A UU 1UU II V I I , .A iv i-i ii i i i i v tn w I Im 1 1918 FORD SKI) AN' Electric etarter, demountable rlma. Kelly-Sprlngfleld Urea, Excellent condi tion. NEBRASKA BUICK AUTO CO. rhone Tyler 1710. nth and Howard. KW ratreailer; latest aed beat out; coata leas; makea seven different treada. Write, wire or call. Duplex Tire Co.. Ill South 17th St. Used.cahs and trucks AT BARtiAIN PRICKS 8TANPARI) MOTOR CAR CO.. , 32H Kariim Bt Omaha. Neb. Ol.OItl? VAN AND UTOKAOE CO tore your auto Ratea for Ford cars, 13 a month, large cars. 85 a month 1'nuglas 4334: N12W and used Ford. Ames uodiea. Im mediate delivery O'Hourke Goldstrom uto Co. 37U1 So 24th. So 899. BARGAMS7NTsr- CARS McCaffrey Motor Co.. 15th and Jackson Ford Agents. P. 8500 AUTO.MOBII.B elertnon! repairs; service station for Rayfleld carliuretnra and f'lumttin Btorage batteries Kd wards tv'AXTKll FOR tl'o'I CAcii, l(ll) ItSKf CARS, quick aitlnn; no delay. Auto Kichange Co !i,5 Farnam Kt P i3S 0AKLANT)7tBlliis7r MARSH OAKLAND CO.. Sfiti Farnam St QUAlTlTT tlHFD CARS! VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO.. 2562 FARNAM FlUVATKLV owned UBeTl cara for aale OMAHA "JSKItCAH MARKET S517 Leavenworth Tyler 8347. ?10n or mwffneto we can't fix: patentee tfVJ Affinity Spark Plug O Bays dorfer. 210 N IMh WE ARB THB USED CAR MEN TRAWVEH AUTO CO., lSlOFarnnm Harney 414. FORD MARKET New Ford to out of town customers GOOD USKU CARS illlYl: smith Vi'HEN ytfu think of" used cara think of Trawver Auto Co. I'.HO Farnanr F?EV Ford touring bodies. T.'i. 2:3U Farnam St. DANDY" Fc)UbTltU('K C;"oodcondiHoaT Will demonstrate. Call Douk. 4442. Tires and Stipplies TIRKS ONE-HAIF PRICE. GUARANTEED 8 008 MILES. 30xS I 7 dO'SOxSH K 32x31 , 10 25'32x4 1176 12x4 e 11.(0134x4 12 00 Ws turnlah the old tires. Agents wanted. IN 1 VULCANIZING COMPANT. 1 51 tr Davenport Street. WE do caalng and tube repairing. We guarantes our work. New and second tires URBAN TIRE VULCANIZING CO.. S222 Harney St Phone Douglas 841 J NEW TIRES )N SALE Firestone Congress, i. -e Pullman, Flak Write for prices Mention sizes. K A1MAN Tl R E JO B BE ItS. 2016 FA RNA M REDUCED RATH. H CENTS PER MILE. Rent a Ford. Drive vouraelf. Ford 'Livery Co.. 1314 Howard St Douiilas ?6:'2 BARGAINS, new No 1 tires and tubes 4 Tires 45 per cent off. T.lat tubes 35 per cent, write or phone Webster 1034 Day 1 SOS No. 24th GAIN more miles; hsve your ilres i treadeo y O A G. Tire Co. 1416 Leavenworth Tyler 128I-W Repairing and Painting. WK NOT ONLY REPAIR YOUR RADIATOR, BUT CAN BUILD YOU A NEW ONE. RADIATOR REPAIR SHOPS and DEALERS; Write ua for prlcea on new cores. No weeks of waiting for that new radiator or fender. Ilullt to your order, any style, for automobile, truck or tractor. In 24 hours. Fatrontzo your home industry. Ths only Radiator and Fender manu facturing company In the west. OMAHA RADIATOR AND TIRE COMPANY. ISIS Cuming. !064 Farnam. Omaha, Neb. EXPERT mdlators. fenders and auto bodies; repairing at reasonable prices Prompt attention flven to garage, work ship your radiator direct lo us. NEBRASKA SERVICE OARAGE. Doug. 7391 218 S. HtbSt F. P Barnum Co.. 2123 Cum:ni D S044. High grade Automobile Painting CENT RALaVei'sTrepalr-Jept., night and day service It In trouble call us. Tyler Ail worn BU&i.itit-ru. , Motorcycles and Bicycles. I HARLKY-DA ViDSON MOTORCYCl OHCYCLES nnnrafna In used machines Victor Ft Roos, ths Motorcycle Man. 27th and Leavenworth PERSONAL THE SALVATION Army Industrial Home solicits your old clothing, furniture, magazines. We collect. Ws distribute. Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will call Call anl Inspect our new home 1110-1112-1114 Dodge St 1 POULTRY AND PET STOCX. VYHIiAT screenings $2.25 per hundred A. W Wagner. E01 N. 11th St., Doug. 1143. WHTW3 ROCK HATCHING EGGS from Omaha snow winners. Benson 28S. - Horses Live Stock Vehicles. " NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Just think of this offor 50 sets of well made plain farm snd concord har ness of all kinds at a saving of 125 on each snd every set. Also some used brewery and dray harness at a sacrifice. Ws have no high downtown rent to pay reason for low price. Call at our resi dence. 2124 Laka St. J20.00 HOLSTE1N3 620.00 Practically pure bred Holateln heifer calves from 60-lb. cows. Sire csrrtes 26 per cent same blood as Sagis Fayne Johanna, world's champion cow; tbeae calves are sure to mako heavy producers. Harris Holateln & Duroo Farm, Sexton vllle. Wis. HARNESS, SADDLES and TRAVELING GOODS Ws make them ourselves snd sell them direct to consumer. Why pay two profits for inferior goods when you car get high grade goods at first cost? ALFRKD CORNISH it CO.. Phone Doug 2314. 1210 Farnam OON'T FORGET the big horse am" mule auctions at stock yards stables next Wednesday. Expect a good run of choice farm mares, matched teams of fat in chunks' and one carload of farm mules. Sale starts at 10 o'clock. I. C. Gallup, Auctioneer. 'OR SALE Three big young mares. Will sell very reasonable. Mrs. Stanley, res idence 1037 South 24th St, two blocks south of Leavenworth. MONEY TO LOAN. urbanised by the Business Men of Omaha FURNITURE, pianos and notes ss secut Ity. 140 mo, H goods, total. 13.60 PROVIDENT LOAN 80CIETY, 433 Security Bidg.. Wh Farnam Ty LOANS ON DIAMONDS. JEWELRY AM' 11 CT LIBERTY BONDS. C JLyo O w C. FLAT AU. EST 1891 .'t TH FLR. SECURITY BI.DO.. TY. 59 Lowest rates. Private loan booths Harry Msleshock, 1614 Todge, D. 661) Est 1KI DIAMOND ANT) JKWSI.RT LOANS REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Stjeiihan Gorjevic and wife to Paul Vukeilch et al., R st, 6t ft. s. of 29th St.. s. s., 60x159 12,500 Bess L. Holloway and husband to George A. Quistgard, 20th St., 147 ft s. of Boyd St., w. s . 42x124 .. 2,150 Home Terrace Co. to Albert B. Hin terlong, Mayberry St., 143 ft w. of 43rd at., n. a, 46H08 4,600 Byron Reed Co. to Isabel C. Reed, s. w. cor. 2Sth and Boyd ata., lOsx 126H 1 '.sabel C. Reed and husband to Un cle Sam Brehkfaat Food Co., s. w. eor. 2Mh and Boyd sts.. 10sxl26"-i 1,307 William McKenna and wife to Uncle Sam Breakfast Food Co., 2Sttt at., !"S ft s. of Boyd St., w. a., 64x Ui t REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Karl Wolf and wife to Irenaeua Shu ler et al.. s e. cor. 2Sth ave. and Dodge st 76.6SX127 Constantino Cosehka and wife to 4.600 1.225 3.200 1 6,000 3,750 3.760 650 3,600 900 925 4.800 2.200 790 730 276 1 1 1 Sam Uotos, Polk st., 80 ft w. of .V.th at., s. a, s"x 1.14 John W. nergera and wife et al. to Lllburn B. Lake, St. Mary's ave., 2 ft. e. of 25th ave.. s. , 2Sx03 Stanley Schmidt and wife to Fran tiaka Smithova, 13th at.. 176 ft. n. of Briggs St., a. s., 25x150 Anna Kiewlt et al. to Frank O Melln, s. e. cor. 26th and Marcy sts., 4SVjx54 James Nielsen and wife to Thomas i, Nugent, Stone ave., 526 ft. w. of 30th St., n. l . 50x130.5 Charles W. Bowlhy and wife to Hugh J. Caasldy and wife, Cali fornia at., 100 ft. w. of 61at St., s. a . 60x135 ' Barker Co. to Mrs. Nellie Leary, Fontenelle blvd., 50 ft. a. of Miami St., w. s., 60x1.18 Charles A, Goss and wife to Harlan '. MiiKgrave, Pinkney et.. 160 ft. w. of 2oth ave., s. s., 40x90 Frank Venhaur anad wife to Ru dolph He'tl'-r and wife. n. e. ccr. 39th and Drexel sts.. 100x125 ... Frank Jansky and wife to Ralph Marcan and wife, 1 St h at.', 60 ft. n. of P at., w. s., 50x130 Mary K. Hendrlck to Dora E. Hen drlek. Ellison ave., 2H5.6 ft. w. of 2flth at., n. a., 50x133.7 Mahlun Head and wife to Clara E. Sehlele, I'nderwood ave., 200 ft. e. of 49th St., a. s., 50x128 John F. Flack and wife to John L. Heinzmau, 44th ave., IJ0 ft. e. of Spaulding at., w. a., 80x137 Fritz Muller and wife to W. R. Fis cher and wife, n. e. cor. 15th and Pasedena ave., 40x112 Byron Ried Co. to Tony Ranella, Grover si , 80 ft. e. of 30th St., n. s., 40x120 Scott & Hill Co. to Elizabeth Keck et al.. 27th ave., 80 ft. n. of Grant St., e. s.. 40x107 Scott & Hill Co. to Elizabeth Keck et al., Willis ave., 60 ft. e. of lth et., s. s., 40x96 Scott & Hill Co. to Elizabeth Keck et al., n. e. cor. 22nd and Fowler ave., 35x132 Scott & Hill Co. to Elizabeth Keck et al., ISth St.. 43 6 ft. n. of Ohio St., w. a., 43x30 John Jjimes Byrne to Agnes 11, Le Voe, 3sth ave., 143 ft. s. of Leav enworth St., w. a.t 44x150 Peter Olaf Petersen and wife to George W. Yordy, Franklin St., 61 ft. w. of 41!nd at., s. s., 40x150.. WIHiam F. Lorenzman and wife to Anna Kiewlt, 31st st 63 ft, s. of Dewey aave., w. s., 86x139 Joseph Pick to Walter J. Hammell, n. e. cor.- 31st and Davenport sts., BHvlO Charles H. George and wife to Mar garet C. Meeker, Emmett St., 366 ft. w. of 24th St., s. s., 60xS5 ... Marie Owens and husband to Frank A. Salmon, n. e. cor. 9th and Pino sts., 514x76 Jeune H. Roberts and husband to Elmer Mlllett and wife. Archer ave., 122 ft. w. of 13th St., a. k., 86x130 Joseph Svehla and wife to Frank J. ilaman and wife, Drexel ave., 100 ft. s. of 17th St.. n. s., 50x123 ... Provident R. E. Co. to W. F. Mc Kinney, 49th st, 150 ft. a. of Cen ter et., w. a.. 50x130 i Goldie Smith and husband to J. W. Elwood, 40th St., 212.5 ft. n. of California st, w. s., 60x111 Carl Favnra to Sehastiano Sutera, Park Wilde ave.. 152 ft. s. of Pierce St.. e. s., 42x155.6 Oak C. Redtck and wife to John H. Hughes, Evans St., 232 ft. w. of 24th St., s. s., 2.5xI20 United It. E. & T. Co. et al. to Ole Frederickson. s. s. cor. 36th and Kiicgles sts.. 90x128 1 1.930 3.400 30,000 3,100 1,650 5.000 1,500 1,600 270 4,250 2,300 3.400 460 Jail or $10,000 Fine for All Income Tax Dodgers, Says Loomis "Any person who willfully at tempts to evade or defeat the in come tax imposed, is subject to a $10,000 fine and one year in the federal prison, according to Col lector of Internal Revenues George L. Loomis. There will be no general extension of time and all returns must be in the hands of the col lector by March 15. Failure to file returns subjects the taxpayer to a 25 per cent penalty and an addi tional fine of $1,000. IN THE DIVORCE COURT Katherlne Novak was granted a di vorce In district court from Thomas No vak, to whom she was married In Austria Hungary in 1909. Her maiden name, Katherlne Vujech, was restored. Vera O'Hara was given a divorce from Earl L. O'Hara and was restored her maiden name, Vera Johnson. Ethel L. Burr was granted a divorce from Harry R. Burr. Martha M. Murphy baa tiled suit In dis trict court for a divorce from Laurence J. Murphy on the grounds of alleged deser tion. They were married January It, 1916. A divorce was given Maud Worth from Elwood Worth and her maiden Dame, Maud Shaylor, was restored. Bond 4)iiotntion8, Furnished by Peters Trust V. S. Liberty 1st 3Vss C. S. Liberty 2d 4s company. Kid. Asked. ..98.84 .... ..93.50 .... V. S .Liberty 3d 4'a U. S. Liberty 4th 4is Am. Foreign Sec. (1919) Am. Tel. A Tel. 6s (1925).. Am. Telephone s (1924)... Am. Tobacco 7s (1922) Am. Tobacco 7s (1923) Anaconda Cop. 6s (1929)... Anglo French 5s (1920) Armour Con. Deb. 6s (1919). Armour Con. Deb. 6s (1922) Armour Con. Deb. 6s (1923). ..05.22 .... ..S3. 90 . 07 07 1034 94 103 103 97H 97i 300 & 1004 1004 100 100'4 1014 10114 99 102 '4 804 100,4 1004 1004 1024, 1034, 134 104 3s .103 . B9 .102i .103H . 07 . 07 .100 .100 .100 Armour Con. Deb. 6s (1924). Bethlehem Steel 7s (1919)... Bethlehem Steel 7s (1922).. Bethlehjem Steel 7s (1923). Canada 5s (1921) Cudahy 7s (1923) Int R. T. 5s (1921) Kan. City Ter. 6s (1933)... Liggett & M. 6s (1921) Proctor A O. 7s (1919) Proctor & G. 7s (1922) .100 M .1004 .101V .101 . 00 4 .101 4, . 89 4 . 09", . .100 102V 103 128 1034 Proctor & O. 7s (1923) ; Russian Rubles 5Vs (1936). Union Pacific 6s (1928) Wilson & Co. 6s (1928) Omaha Hay Market. Receipts light op both prairie hay and alfalfa, and with the demand Improving It has caused the market to advance on all grades of pr. irie hay and alfalfa. Oat and wheat uraw steady, with no Changs In prices. Hay Choice upland prairie $27.00; No. 1, $25.00626.00: No. 2. $21.00 2S 00; No. $, 116 00119.10. No. 1 midland, $25,000 26.00; No. 2. $21.008!22.00. No. 1 lowland. $20.0021. 00; No. 2, $16.00913.00; No. S. $12.001400. Alfalfa Choice. $$100: No. 1. $29.00 30.00: stsndard. $26.0O2s.0O; No. 2, $22.00 S6 5.00: No. J, $20.00 21.00. Straw Oat. $12.00g 13.00; wheat. $11.00 912.00. Linseed, Minn.. March rjnlutb, $3.8J. I. Linseed Market LIVE STOCK Omaha, March 5. 1919 Receipts were: Official Monday. Cattle. Hogs. U.S22 12,966 19,800 ' 48,588 71.069 50,103 58.765 40,259 Sheep. 8.373 12,632 8.300 6.977 Official Tuesday 7.164 Estimate Wednesday. 4,900 Three davs this wk. 18,041 Same days last, wk..23.6S4 Same two weeks ago. 23.0U1 Same three wke. ago .31,633 Same days year ago. 26, 837 29,205 S5.307 19.909 33.822 46.422 Receipts and disposition of live stock at the Union Stock Yards. Omaha, Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at l o'clock p. in., -March 5, 1919. RECEIPTS CARS. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. C, M. & St. P '. .. 13 Wubasll 2 Missouri Pacific 6 Union Pacific 48 C. & N. W., east 16 C. & N. V west 1! C. St. P., M. & O l'J C, P. & Q.. east 18 ('., B. & Q , west 28 C. R. 1. & P.. eattt. . . . M C, R. I. &- P., west 2 Illinois Central 7 Chicago Gt. Western., 1 19 3 I 55 14 4 3 41 15 3 4 5 245 Total receipts 18 DISPOSITION H E AD. Cattle. ITogs. Morris & Co... 5S6 4,621 Swift & Co 1,071 4.539 Cudahy Pack. Co. .. 1,1 no 2,341 Armour & Co 1.1S0 4,465 Sheep. 1.668 1.694 2,772 614 Schwarts Co 1.168 J. W. Murphy 1,234 Morrell 12 Lincoln Pack. Co. . . 52 So. Om. Paek. Co... 14 Biggins P.lck. Co. .. 50 Hoffman Bros 12 Glassberg 17 P. O'Dea 10 Wilson 42 W. B. V. S. & Co... 103 F. P. Lewis 357 Huntzlnger & Oliver. 10 J. 13. Root & Co. .. Ill Rosenstock Bros. ... 73 F. O. Kellogg 36 .... . . . Wertheimer & Desen 7 .... . . . . Ellis & Co 12 Sullivan Bros 14 A. Rothschild 2 Mo.-Kan. C. & C. Co. 119 E. G. Christie 16 Baker 9 Banner Bros 6 John Harvey ....... 217 .... .... Cheek & Krebs 23 Om. Pack. Co 7 Mid -West Pack S Sundgren 12 Other Buyers 375 Total 6.688 18,368 6.968 Cattle One hundred and ninety-five cars of cattle were yarded today and trad ing was about steady on tho desirable kinds of steers and easier on the medium plain grades; best kinds were quotable at from $17.00 to $18.75; top on steera today reached $18.00. Butcher stock was very uneven, packers buying their droves at steady to easier prices. Stockers and feeders held steady to strong. Quotations on Cattle Good to choice, $17.5018.75; fair to good beeves, $15.25.?? 17.00; common to fair beeves, $13 756 15.00; good to choice yearlings, $14.75)') 16.50; fair to good yearlings, $12.5I)14 50; common to fair yearlings. $9.00 12. 25; good to choice cows. $12. 758 15.00; prime cows, $12.50(14.50; good to choice cows, $10.6012.00; fair to good cows, $9,251? 10.26; common to fair cows, $6.25(8)8.50; choice to prime feeders, $14.0015.75; good to choice feeders, $11.50f?13.75; medium to good feeders. $10,501111.60; good to choice stockers. 810.00(3 12.00; fair to good stock ers, $9.00(10.00; common to fair stockers, $7.008.50; stock heifers, $7.60 9.00; stock cows. $S.75(S$.50; stock calves. $S.0041 11.75t veal calves, $8.OO14.O0; bulls, stags, etc., $9.25 11.00. Hogs There was a good run on hogs here today, 280 loads, estimated at 13.SG0 head. The market opened at prices about steady with yesterday, on which basis a fair proportion of the receipts changed hands, the market growing better until many of the later sales were 10c)15o higher than early, closing strong and ac tive at the advance. Only a few hogs sold as low as the minimum at thfs market with sales reported at the latter figures. Bulk of today's sales was $17.2017.6O, the market being generally steady to JOc higher than yesterday. Sheep and Lambs There wers 36 loads of sheep and lambs here today estimated at 8,00 head. The market lacked the Pep that as been evident so far this week but prices did not 'show much change from yesterday, the market being generally slow and steady. Most of the sales were from $19.00 to a top of $10.40. Sheep were steady to Btrong, ewes selling up to $13.40. Quotations on Sheep Lambs, good to choice. 19.25 tS 19 40; lambs fair to good, $16.8019.35; iamb feeders. $16,600 17.75; yearlings good to choice, $16.50 17.75; wethers, fat $13 0014.50; ewes, good to choice, $12.7613 25: ewes, fair to good, $13.00012.75; ewe feeders, $7.00 ($3.50. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, March 6. -(U. S. Bureau of Markets.) Cattle Receipts, 6,000 head; good to choice beef steers strong to 25c higher; others and good she-stock steady; canners mostly 26c lower; calves steady; feeders and bulls, 16c to 25o lower; esti mated tomorrow, $10,000 head; beef cattle, good, choice and prime. $16.60020.00; common and medium, $10.50(5)16.50: butch er stock, cows and heifers. $7.50015.50; canners and cutters, $5.7507.50; stockers and feeders, good, choice and prime, $11.15014.75; Inferior, common and me dium, $8.00011.15; veal calves, good and choice, $17.25018.00. Hogs Receipts, 21.100 head; .market early 25c to 40o higher; closed dull lOo to 20o lower than opening; estimated tomor row, 80,000 head: bulk of sales, $18,100 18.45; butchers, $18.15018.35; lights. $17.66 018.25; packing. $17.25018.15; throwot(s, $16.75017.25; pigs, good to choice, $15.00 0 17.00. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 7,000 head; market mostly 25c higher; fat Colorados and fed western lambs, $19.75; estimated tomorrow 11,000 head; lambs, choice and prime, $19.6O01K 75; medium and good, $18.25019.60; culls, $15.25016.76: ewes, choice and prime, $13.50014.75; medium and good, $11.00013.50; culls, $6,000 9.00. Kansas' City Live Stock. Kansas City, Mo., March 5. Cattle Re ceipts, 8,000 head; no southerns; market steady: prime fed steers, $18.00019.00; dressed beef steers, $12.00018.00; western steers,-$12. 0017. 00; southern steers nom inally, $7.00013.00; cows. $10.00014.50; heifers, $8.60014.50; stockers and feeders. $13.00016.50; bulls, $8.50016.60; calves, $10.00014.00. Hogs Receipts, 13,500 head; market 20c to 30c higher; bulk, $17.35018.00; heavy, $17.80018.25: packers and butchers, $17.55 018.10; lights, $17.25017.40; pigs, $12.00 0 16.00. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 7,500 head: market 15c to 25c higher; lambs, $19,000 19.50; yearlings. $16 50 17.50; - wethers, $14.00016.00; ewes, $13.00013.50; stockers and feeders $15.60017.60. St. Louis Live Stock. St. Louis. March S. Cattle Receipls. 4. .100 head; market steady; native beef steers, $ 1 1 . 6 n (fi I8 60; yearling steers and heifers. $9.60(g 18.00 cows. $12.00013.60; stockers and feeders, $10.00 313.50: fair and Industrial News of to prims southern beef steers, $10,000 18.00; beef cows and heifers, $7.50016.00; canners and cutters. $5.50(87.25; nstlvs calves, $7.7516.60. Hogs Receipts. 12.300 head; market 15c to 35c higher; lights, $17.8518.25; pigs, $13.00 16.40; mixed and butchers, $18.00 18.40; good heavy, $11.30 18.50; bulk. $18.006U8.40. Sheep and Lambs Receipts 1.000 head; market higher; lambs, $18.6018.75; ewes, $10.50911.25; canners and choppers, $5.00 9.00. St. Joseph Live Stock. St. Joseph. Mo., March 6. Cattle Re ceipts, 2.500 head; market weak; steers, $12.60618.00; cow and heifers, $5.75'tf 15.00; calves, $6.0014.00. Hogs Receipls, 7.500 head; market 16 cents higher; top, $18.16; bulk, $17.40 18.00. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head; market higher; lambs, $17. 5ofi 19.50; ewes. $11.50313.25. New York Coffee. New York, March 5. An irregular open ing was followed by advices in the market for coffee futures today with May selling at 15. 00c and December at 13.70c or about 7 to 15 points net higher. This reflected further support from recent buy ers who are said to be looking for a gradual improvement In spot demand this spring and continued steadiness In Brazil, but offerings were ngnt ana it am not require much buying to cause the Im provement. The market opened at a de cline of 8 points to an advance of 11 nnlnta. with December selling at 13.65c, but soon turned firmer and closed at a net gain of 6 to 17 points, or at about the best level of the day. May, 14.98c;. Julv. 14 30c; September, 13.97c: October, 1.1.90c; December, 13.73c; January, 13.68c; March, 13.65. Spot coffee qutet; Rio 7s, 164c: Santos 4s, 2Uic. A small sale of well described Santos fin and 6s was reported at 19.45c In the cost and freight market, but fresh offers were generally unchanged. Owing to the holiday there were no official quo tations from Brazil. Receipts at the two ports 37,000; Judiahy receipts, 18,000. New York Money. New Tork. March 5. Mercantile Paper Unchanged. Sterling Unchanged. France Demand, $5.47; cables. $5. 46. Guilders Unchanged. Lire Unchanged. Mexican Dollars Unchanged. Time Loans Easier: 60 and 90 days. 5U0 54 P" cent; six months, 5405 per cent. Call Money Easy; high, 44 per cent; low, 44 per cent; ruling rate, 4 per cent; closing bid, 4"4 per cent; offered at 44 per cent; last loan. 4 4 per cent New York Produce. New York, March 6. Butter Higher; creamery higher than extras, 69 0 59 4c; creamery extras, 68 0 58 4c: firsts, 644 674c. Egvs Higher; fresh gathered, extras. 464047c; fresh gathered regular packed extra firsts, 45 4 046c; do, firsts, 44 4 0 454c. Cheese Strong; unchanged. Dressed Poultry Quiet; prices un changed. ' Live Poultry Steady; old roosters, 23 24c; others unchanged. Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruit. New Tork, March 6. Evaporated Ap plesQuiet; state, 1714019c. Prunes In good demand light: Calfor nios, 114 020c; Oregons. lO019e. Apricots Scarce; choice, 25c; extra choice, 25 4 026c; fancy. 26 4 0 27c- Peaches Firm; choice, 18018HC fancy, 20021c, Raisins Scarce; loose muscatels, 110 114c; choice to fancy, seeded, 11H0 124c; seedless, ll012c. Chicago Produce. Chicago, March 5. Butter Market, higher; creamery, 45c57c. , Eggs Market, lower: receipts. 17,032 cases; firsts, 304c; ordinary firsts. 38 4 0 :;S'v,c; at mark, cases included, it 4ciff 39 t'i c. Potatoes Market, higher; receipts, 13 cars: Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota, bulk snd Backs, $1.6501.80. Poultry Alive, higher; spring!, no; fowls, 32 4c. New York Metals. New York. May 8. Copper Somewhat steadier; electrolytic, 14 16a. Iron Ouiet: No. 1 northern and No. 1 southern. $34.00; No. 1 northern and No, i southern, $32.26. Lead Quiet; spot ana March, io.iuqi 5.40. Snelter Essler: East St. Louis delivery, spot and March, $6.2006.85. At London: spot tin, H30 lit, otnera unchanged. Turpentine and Rosin, Savannah. Ga., March I. Turpentine Firm; 64c; sales, 100 bbls.; receipts, 44 bbls.; shipments, 10 bbls.; stock, 26,726 bbls. Rosin Nominal; sales, none; receipts, 431 bbls.; shipments, 62 bbls.; stock, 66, 181 bbls. Quote: B. $13.10; D, E, $13.15; P, $13.20; O, $13.25; H, $13.30; I, $13.65; K, $16.76; M, $16.25; N, WG. $10.30; WW. $16.75. New York General. New Tork, March 6. Wheat Spot, steady; No. 2 red, $1,34 4, track New York. Corn Spot, firm; No. 1 yellow and No. 2 whits, $1.55, cost and freight New York. Oats Spot firmer: standard, 700704c. Lard Easy; mlddlewest, $26.00028.10. Tallow Easy; city special loose, lc. Other articles unchanged. Dry Goods. New Tork, March t. Some Improvement was shown today In the demand for cot ton goods for export and moderate amounts of spot goods were sold In the home trade. Yarns were Irregular. China raw Bilks were lower. Burlaps were easy and quiet. New York Cotton. New Tork, March 8 The Cotton ex change, which remained closed by direc tion of the board of managers today In order that the trade might adjust and familiarize Itself with conditions created by the passing of the amendment to the cotton futures act yesterday, will reopen at the ujual hour tomorrow. HOe n y- liTfWir Wt W3I etjup toot Off ccaltte OMAHA PRINTING .COMPANY J IMaMa. lfTttfV-BiiWfl BFTAIlfM Utiwitt mmuu FARNAM Commercial Printers-Lithographers - Steel die Embossers toosc tcr orviccs 1 GRAIN MARKET Omaha, March 6. 1919. Total grain arrivals were only 63 cars of which there were 30 cars of corn, 9 cars of wheat, 12 cars of oats, no rye and 2 cars of barley. There was scarcely cnouich grain of any kind to maku active trading Corn prices ranged from lei to 3c higher. Offerings as a rulo were taken readily at the higher figures. Oats prices wero Sc to 1c up, with the bulk lc higher. Rye was lc to 2c up and barley lc, higher. Wheat prices were firm. OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT Receipts Today. Wk. Ago. Yr. Ayo. Wheat 9 21 5 Corn 30 29 1 16 Oata 12 18 16 Rye 0 2 7 Barley 2 5 0 shipmen ts - Wheat 27 28 8 Corn 78 59 2IS Oats 40 x 211 SS Rye 1 1 3 Barley 7 8 2 RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS Wheat Corn. Oats. Chicago 20 53 41 Kansas City 31 2!) 28 St. Louis 37 17 23 Minneapolis 209 ... Duluth 2 Winnipeg 40 OMAHA FUTURE MARKET Art. Open. High. I Low. Close. Y"t'y Corn Mar. May July Oats Mar. May July 1.3241 1.34 1.2641 1.31 1.24 j 1.26 .50 .604 .69 1.33 1.27 1.23 .684 .60 .69 Corn No. 3 white, 1 car, $1.34; 4 cars, $1.33; No. 3 yellow, 3 cars, $1.37; 1 car, 1.36; 1 car, $1.35; No. 4 yeliow, 4 cars, $1.33; 1 car, $1.33 (shippers' weights); No. 5 yellow, 1 car, $1.29; 1 car, $1.28; 1 car, $1.27; No. 3 mixed, 1 car. $1 33; 1 car. $1,324; 1 car. $1.32; No. 4 mixed, 1 car, $1.30 (near white); 2 cars, $1.30; 1 car, $1,294. Oats No. 3 white, 1 car, 60vc; 12 cars, $0c; No. 4 white, 1 car, 59 4c; sample white, 1 car, 60e (shippers' weights); No. 3 mixed, 1 car, 69c. Rye No. 2. 2 cars, $1.38. Barley No. 3, 1 car 92c; No. 4, 1 car, 00c. Wheat No. 3 hard: 1 car, $2.25. No. 4 hard: 1 car, $2.17. No. 5 northern spring: 1 car, $2.00. Chicago Grain and Provision. Chicago. March 6 Aggressive specula tive buying due largely to assertions that commercial values of corn were much be low the feeding worth led to a decided advance In the eorn market today, but most of the gain disappeared under profit taking. The close was unsettled 4c net lower to c up, with May $1.294 to $1.29, and July $1.24 to $1.24. Oats finished c to 40 higher, and provisions down 2a to 20c. Many big houses became active on the buying of corn and there was a scarcity of offerings until figures had been touch ed over-topnlng any since the middle of January. The heavy snow fall east of the Mississippi, it was said, would tend to curtail the movement from the farms and to Increase feeding. As the visible sup ply showed a total of only about one quarter the average amount for this sea son of the year and as farm reserves were generally believed to be light, attention focussed a good deal on reports of de creased corn acreage and on tre large number of hogs still In the hands of grow ers. In the last part of the day, however, many longs yielded to the tempt'stlon to realize on their holdings, and there were signs also that the new advance had led to freer country selling. Oats merely followed corn. Packers selling more than offset In the provision market the strength of grain and hogs. Cash quotations: Corn No. 3 yellow, $1.3601.37: No. 4 yellow, $1.3401.35; No. 3 yellow, $1.3201.83. Oats No. 3 white, 69H 0604c; stand ard. 6O061c Rye No. 5. $1.4001.404. Barley 92097c. Seeds Timothy $7.00010.00; clover, nominal. Provisions Pork-Nominal; lard, $25.62; ribs, $24.00025.00. Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain brokers, 315 South Sixteenth street, Oma- 1.324 1 34 1.264 1.31 1.24 1.26 .50' .604 ... .59 ha: Art. I Open High. Low. IClose. Yea'yT Corn Mar. 1.344 1.864 1.344 1 35 1.35 May 1.294 1.30 128 129 1.29 July 1.24 1.264 M"4 L25 Oats Mar. .88 .60 .6"4 .83 -584 May .60 .61 .60 .60 .604 July .59 .604 .59 .69 Pork May 41.15 41.60 40.85 41.00 41.15 July 38.20 38.20 37.85 37.85 38.06 Lard May 25.2S 35.36 26.00 25.11 28.25 July 24.70 24.70 24.45 24.47 24.60 Ribs May 22.80 23.00 22.70 22.72 21.86 July 21.60 21.85 21.67 21 60 21.62 Minneapolis Grain. Minneapolis March 6. Barley- 89c. Rye No. 1, $1.42. Bran $37.00. Corn $1.2901.30. Oats 57 0687,e. Flax $3.7003.83. -800 St. Louis Grain. St. Louis, March 8. Corn May, $1.82; July, $1.27. Oats May, 614c; July, 604c. Kansas City Grata. Kansas City, Mo., March 6. Corn March. $1.35; May, $1.82401.32; July. $1.27. Liberty Bond. New Tork, March 8. Liberty bonds final prices today were: 34s, 08.84; first 4s, 04.10; second 4s, 03.60; first 4a, 04.06; second 4s. 03.02; third 4B, 06.24; fourth 4s. 03.90. OOUOLAS SAO fjfT'5T" raise etvicts bt mcmi jirrs edict nwiitiMi somitt the Day FINANCIAL Now York, March 6. The protracted advance in the stock market cams to an abrupt halt today, further offerings of railway shares soon extending to various speculative issues, causing general Irregu larity. Failure of congress to provide funds for maintaining the railroads was viewed as leaving the country's transportation sys tem in an embarrassing position, but the opinion prevailed that emergency require ments of roads with established credit would be met by private banking ac commodations. This view was supported by Director General Hines, who Issued a statement emphasizing the gravity of latest condi tions, hut dismissing reports of the early intention of the administration to retore the properties to private ownership. Losses among rails ranged from 1 to 3 points, injeatment Issues meeting with support at concessions. In the group com prising motors and their accessories the setback was moro extensive, although Kelly Springfield tire was again absorbed, repeating Its recent maximum. oils, leathers and shippings contributed largely to the advances of the early and mid-st-ssions, also tobaccos, sugars and fertilizers. Some of these grains were largely forfeited, towards the close, where they were not entirely cancelled, free sell ing of United States Steel contributing to the heavy close. Call money was abruptly offered at prevailing rates and easier conditions ruled In the dull market for time funds. Interior banka reported Increased buying of commercial paper. Bonds were Irregular, Liberty issues and some domestic industrials shading slight ly, while the foreign division hed firm. Total sales (par value) were $10,650,000. Old United States bonds were unchanged on call. Number of sales and quotations on lead ing stocks: (.Hosing Sales. High. Low. Hid, Am. Beet Sugar.. 2,400 74 72 72 American Can ... lDPtf 49 4 4 46 4 Am. Car & F'dry 3,90(i 91 91) 90 American Loco... 3,700 66 65 65 Am Smelt & Ret 3.100 67 66 66 Am Sugar Ref . . 1,200 1194 117 117 American T. & T. 2,400 1054 104 104 Am. Z L. & S 13 Anaconda Copper 4,000 60 69 4 69 Atchison 400 91 91 91 AG&W1SSL 2.900 105 102 102 Bait. & Ohio 1.8O0 47 46 46 B. & S. Copper.. 1.100 19 184 ls Cal. Petroleum .. 1,600 27 26 26 Canadian Pacific. 1.000 160 159 159 Central Leather 17,500 66 054 65 Ches. & Ohio 2,000 57 664 564 C, M. & S. P 6.800 36 35 35 C. & N. W 300 96 954 95 C R I & P ctfs.. 2,600 24 23 23 Chlno Copper .. 3,100 33 33 32 Colo. Fuel & Iron 37 Corn Prod. Ref.. 0,100 484 47 474 Crucible Steel ... 10.200 624 60 60 Cuba Cane Sugar 1.400 224 214 21 Distiller's Sec... 15,300 60 58 58 Erie 1,000 16 164 164 General Electric. 200 156 1534 153 Gen. Motors 27,800 156 1514 151 Ot. Northern pfd 800 92 92 92 Gt N. Or ctfs.. 1,600 894 39 39 Illinois Central .. 200 07 06 06 Inspiration Cop.. 3.600 44 43 43 Int M. M. pfd.. 16.000 103 101 101 Inter. Nickel .... 7,800 26 25 25 Inter. Paper 3.700 46 44 44 K. C. Southern.. 6,000 194 10 ' 19 Kennecott Copper 3,100 30 29 29 Louisville A Nash 114 Maxwell Motors.. 400 34 83 33 Mex. Petroleum.. 40,600 180 175 176 Miami Copper 22 Missouri Pacific, 3,400 24 23 4 23 4 Montana Power.. 200 74 74 74 Nevada Copper . . 400 16 10 16 New York Central 2,000 73 12 72 N Y N H & H.. 2,900 28 27 28 Norfolk A West 103 Northern Pacific. 1,000 91 01 91 Pacific T AT 27 Pennsylvania .... 2,400 44 44 444 Pittsburgh -Coal.. 600 46 45 45 Ray Con. Copper 400 19 19 10 Reading 13,700 824 81 81 Rep. Iron A Steel 1,400 774 75 75 Shat Arizona Cop 400 10 10 10 Southern Pacific. 16.900 100 99 99 Southern Railway 8,000 28 27 27 Studebaker Corp. 16,800 60 58 68 Texas Co 1,700 193 192 193 Union Pacific ... 8.500 130 129 129 U. S. Ind. Alcohol 6.100 115 1184 111 U. 8. Steel 101.100 93 91 92 U. S. Steel pfd.. 200 114 114 1144 Utah Copper .... 16,100 69 66 67 Wabash pfd "B" 20 Western Union .. 200 88 88 88 Westlng'ouse Eleo 1,600 45 44 44 Bethlehem B.... 30,200 66 64 65 Total sales for the day 785,000 shares. New York Bonds. U. S. 2s, reg... 17 'CU. N. 1st 4S 85 U. S. 2s, coup. 07 41. C. ref. 4s.... 81 U. S. 3s, reg.. 89 Int M. M. 6s.. 88 U. S. 3s. coup. 80 K C S ref 6s 83 U. S. Lib. 3s 98.84 L. A N. un. 4s 85 U. a 4s, re... 104 M K A T 1st 4s 65 U. S. 4s, coup. .104 M. Pac. gen. 4s 61 Am For. Sec. 6s 09 Mont. Power 6s 914 m. T. A T. c 6s 91 N. T. C. deb. 6s 98 Anglo-F'chh 07 8-16N. Pac. 4s 83 Arm. A Co. 4s 88 N. Pacific 3s 694 Atchison gen. 4s 82 O. S. L. ref. 4s 85 B. A O. cv. 44 784 P. T. A T. 5s.. 92 Beth Steel r 6s 89 4Penn. con. 4 4s 05 Cen. Leather 6s 06 Penn. gen. 44 86 Cen. Pacific 1st 79 Reading gen. 4s 84 C. A O. cv. 6s 85 4 8 L & S F a 6s 64 C B A Q joint 4s 95 S. Pacific 0. 6s 103 C M A S P 0 44 70 S. Ralway 6s.. 03 C R I A P r 4s 72 T. A P. 1st.. 00 CAS ret Hs 77 Union Pacific 4s 86 D A R G ref 5s 49 U. S. Rubber 6s 86 D of C 5a (1931) 07 U. 8. Steel 6s 100 Erie gen. 4s 63 Wabash 1st 034 Gen. Elec. 5s 100 French 6s 105 3-16 Liberty Bond Prices. New Tork, March 6. Liberty bond prices at 11:30 a. m. today were: 8s, 98.92; first 4s, 04.02; second 4s. 93.54; first 4s, 94.08; second 44a. 03.90; third 4s, 95.22; fourth 4s. 03.92. New York Sugar. New York, March 6. Sugar Un changed. nafiaffU 526-527 Taxpayers' League to Appear Before the State Legislature Members of the Omaha Taxpay ers' league w ill go to Lincoln on the 8:20 Friday morning Burlington train, to appear before the munici pal affairs committee of the legis lature in connection .with a protest against the passage of S. F. 165. This bill contemplates giving to the city council of Omaha the right to order paving improvements with out initial petitions from property owners, but subject to majority pro tests. A recent stormy mass meeting in the city council chamber grew out of opposition to this bill. The op ponents placed petition blanks at The Bee want ad ofifce inside f the front entrance of The Bee build ing, for the signature of those who wish to register their opposition to the bill. These petitions will be available from 12 o'clock noon until 9 p. m. today. M. E. Smith & Co. Entertain Merchants at Style Show More than 500 merchants, their wives and friends, attended the spring style review given by M. E. Smith and company, Wednesday morning. The event was one of the features of the spring market week. The latest styles in ready-to-wear garments of all kinds were shown on living models, including not only those made by the company in 'ts own factories, but some more ela borate gowns and wraps shown by courtesy of T. L. Brandeis & Sons. Thomas Kilpatrick & Co., and the Burgess-Nash company." A feature never before attempted, was a showing- of dresses and skirts, made in the M. E. Smith & Co. factories from the spring silks and dress goods, thus giving the visiting merchants an idea how piece goods they had bought for spring trade might be made up by their own customers. Following the style review, a tur key luncheon was served. Many Meetings to Be Held at C. of C. Thursday Noon The Advertising and Selling league, Associated Charities di rectors, Auto Trade association, and membership and publicity commit tees of the Chamber of Commerce, are scheduled to hold meetings this noon. The Barristers' club meets Saturday night in the Cham ber of Commerce. Don't Change Your Husband. Adv. Wheel Tax All vehicles operated on the streets of Omaha must pay wheel tax. Call at city clerk's office and get your wheel plate- Do It Now .tiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiuiiiiiiiniiiiuuiiaHiiuiiHiiiiiiiin Don't sacrifice your LIBERTY C0ND3 If you must sell them, deliver or send them to us by registered mail and w will pay the full cash value, also accrued interest on each bond. C. P. CtllLDS AMD COr.lPAriY Capital $500,000 208 So. La Salle St CHICAGO Tht eefssf ftoasa Im Amtriem tpmcialitint txclnilvl? in GOVERMf.ISNT BONDS UlUllUllWIIHIItllll lUUIWUilUIUitWUHl MnBraLmeBcI (OhvMd finances JJ ferny '528529 -530 &eo3mllinf STOCKHOLDERS CHANGECONTROL Name of Firm, Said to Be "Promoters' Hoodoo " to Be Dropped; Financial Reorganization. Stockholders of tht William Berg company have changed con trol of the organization and assert that it will not only be able to weather the storm that promised wreckage, but will ma- it one ot the leading Nebraska producers of potash. There has been a complete reor ganization. The president is Arthur Bowering, a wealthy rancher of Cherry county, as well as beinR the active head of the American State bank of Merriman. He, with the other directors. Matt Miller, David City; E. Mount, Omaha, and H. E. Artis, Fred Hunter, II. A. Johnson, O. A. Unifield, and with A. O. Kreiss as manager, will push the company to the front. The old name, "William . Berg" company is to be dropped and an other, not yet agreed upon, is to be adopted. There were decided objections among the directors to retaining the old name. The selection of this name came about in this way. Promoters Bought Name. " For many years William Berg lived in Omaha and was a wagon maker. Not long prior to his death, which occurred four or five years ago, he organized the William Berg company and engaged in the build ing of wagons and carriages. Upon his death the company went out of business and later the organizers and promoters of a potash company bought the William Berg corporate name and at once attached it to the potash company that was the owner of some lakes in Cherry county. Now the name, a name that stock-, holders contend has been a hoodoo, is to be dropped and one that will have to do with potash production will be selected. While the new officers of the pot ash company have not fully out lined their plans, they assert that enough money has been saved out of the old organization so that they can go on with their work. They assert that new and additional cap ital will be invested, all old debts liquidated and the company placed upon a sound financial basis. Don't Change Your Husband Adv Liberty Bonds ' Bought and Sold. We Deal in Local Securities ROBT. C. DRUESEDOW & CO. 860 Omaha National Bank Bidg. CT Tie New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad We have prepared a booklet giving a brief history of this important southern railroad, recently acquired from British owners by the Southern Rail way System. Copies sent to those interest ed upon request. Atk fa BoekU , oB-110 TheNationalGty Company Cfrritpondtmt Officii in jj CitUt Omaha First Natl Bank Bidg. Tlohone Tylr 2732 120 Broadway NEW YORK 3 uslattnina'i.