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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1913.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED TO HUT 40 to 160cr farm'
Kastern Nebraska or western Iowa.
Must b a bargain. V. M. Michael. 610
WectrloJJldg., Omaha, Neb
LIST your property witlfus. wi "have
calls tor homes and Investments.
McCAtiUB INV. CO.
Phone D. 415. j 5th aniJJodn
HAVE inquiries for good homes In goa.i
locations Do you want to aril your
property? Mat it with C. A. flrlramcl.
Koft quick results llwt your property whti
S. p. HUSTWICK & SON,
SjlIirenidir. TyliT 1516.
Foil tjulck result, hat your property with
3. I. BUSTWICK & SON,
son b nhiK. 'LiLi50?!
WANTED to purchase equities In Omaha
property or northern Inniis. W hat have
you? Address IM nmaha Be.
LIST uur property lor sals with J. R
Hoblnaon (or quick sales. 44J Bet Bldg
Phone- Pour. 809Y .
WANT Hating on your property. Have
buyers. Kugene Thomas, 411 Karbacb
Blk.. Douulua 3607
SHOPEN COM PA NT. Dou. 42!
iluu to ifo.oUO MADE promptly K IX
Wead. Wead Bldg,, lath and Farnam.
Real Estate Loans and Mortgages.
CONVkiUT that luatallment loan on your
home lta a straight five-year mortgage
and avjld those monthly payments.
G H. f.OUOBK. INC. 538 Keellne Bids.
CITY and farm loans; 6H and 6 per cent;
no delay J. Hy Lmmont A Co., 418
No Peiay Closing Loutis.
V. T. GRAHAM,
1)04 B.e Bldg. Homr. 1523.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
Wj.iLIhoI"is & Son.. Keeline tUcg.
Low ratea without delay.
C. a. CAR LB ERG,
SIS Brandela Theater Bldg.
OM A HA iTOMKS EAST. NEB. FARM S
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
Stocks and Bonds.
WE BUY and sell Liberty Bonds Macks
Pnnrt House, 14J1 Pirst Nat Ik BJdj
FARM LANDS WANTED
Wk"w111 sell your farm; timely sulcs;
lulrk returns. Held Lund Co., 064
FARM "aNDRANCH LANDsT
Our next round trip 130 excursion to
McGehee, Ark. For homeseekers only.
W. S. FRANK,
20g Neville Blk.. Omaha.
WILL SACRIFICE fine section near
llutilnirton. Kit Carson county, Colo
rado, for 113.50 per acre. 12,76s cash,
balanca 6 per cent. Post Boi 105, Coun
cil Bluffs, la.
CHOICE Imp. or raw quarter, half aec.
or larger, Lincoln Co., bargains; easy
term ,1 I. Mtturer. Arriba. Colo
Fur sale, suO-acre grain and stock
farm, 650 acres tillable, 150 acres under
cultivation, (10 acres wheat, plenty good
spring water; priced very reasonable,
Write C, H. Combs, Roundup. Mont.
lands for sale. 10,000 acres high-class
farm lands, tracts from 3-0 uerea up.
For particulars write A. i. Raymond,
Forsyth, Montana. ,
VALLEY, 100 acres, largo house, out
buildings, orchard, r :'t water; bargain;
J2.800. Scud for a. other farms, W.
Arthur. Mountain i i w. Mo.
A Keal Bargain in
Kimball County, Neb.,.
Fine section, some Improvements, 290
acres in winter wheat -and winter rye.
all fenced and cross-fenced, 95 per cent
of- land lays level to slightly rolling,
balance, slightly broken. Rural ramie,
telephone line, near school. Will sell
on easy terms to Shyone 1 wanting to
move on land, possession at once. Here's
a chance for a good hustler with small
means to make good. Don't write, but
come and look ut this good farm. Price
$ per acre. J 1. 500 cash, 11,000 tnls
fall, balance H.000 yearly at 6 per cent
I'NIMPriOVKD HALF SECTION.
3-0 acres, close in: 80 per cent level
lo rolling, balance rough. The good land
is of the finest quality of wheat lacd.
balance good pasture and hfly (and. Lo
cated on rural route, telephone, muln
road. This Is a real bargain at the price
of S32 per acre, on easy terms. SI. 500
cash, and $1,500 yca'ly at 6 per cent In
terest, on deferred payments.. You are
hard to suit if you don't like fh!3.
Security Land and Loan Co.. Kimball.
TWO improved" farina. Possession If pur
chased before April 1
M-0 acres, small improvements; 15
miles from t(wn; all fenced and cross
fenced. 120 acres winter wheat. Close
to school. 135 per acre; half casb.
balance 5 years, 6 per cent,
' SS0 seres coiners first farm; 100 acres
under plow; dandy 3-room houso, good
barns and sheds. A fine home In a
good neighborhood. Plica 130 per acre.
13.000 cash, balance 5 years.
If you want a farm where one crop
will pay for the land and where you
have a chanco to double your money
on the advance in land in the next
vear write, tiuy Forsllng, Bushneli, Neb.
" WILL EXCHANGE "
Owner says trade' her 320 acres of
black loam farm land located 16 miles
northeast of Hamlngford, Box Butte
county, clear, for good Omaha property,
and has priced It actually below cash
value, 30 Bti acre. This land is level
to slightly rolling.
Sho ah.0 owns 320 acres level land
close lo Pierre. S. D.. and ISO acres near
Re'le Fourehr. 8. P., clear. Wants
good Omaha' property. t
3. S. & R. E. Montgomery,
'.HI City Nat Bank .Bhig.
" HOME SEEKERS
Read, this. March 18 we are going to
run another $30 excursion to McQeJiee.
Ark., In the heart of the Delta lands,
which we ar selling for $40 an acre on
, easy terms. When cleared this land will
produce equal to Iowa's best and will
rent at from $10 to $16 an acre cash.
Go with us on March 18 and let us show
W. R. FRANK, i
IHS Neville Bk.. Omaha.
toR SALE rive sections, fenced, living
water; 1,000 acres tillable; long grass
pasture, A real storli and grain propo
sition. J. R. Carter. Bush ell. Neb
WRITE me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches In good old Dawn
county. Arab L Hungerford, Crawford.
FOR NEBRASKA LANDS SEIS
A. A. PATZMAN,
SOI Karbach Blk. Tyler 554.
vIERRICK COUNTY, Improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right pries. M. A
LARSON. Central City. Neb.
IMPROVED and unimproved wheat farms.
Kimball Co., Nebraska, R. E. Holmes
New York Lands.
IG.000 BUYS 40$ acres 4 miies from town
3,700 population; 100 acres level, 303
rolling. ITS acres valuable timber, good
14-room house, good barn 44x112, silo
16x32, horse barn 24x50, running water
in buildings, also gas lights, abundance
of fruit, 3 tenant houses, cheese fac
tory, stc. Including hay, grain, straw,
37 head registered cows, bull, 10 year
lings, 6 calves, 5 horses, 4 hogs, 50 hens,
sugar tools, farming equipment To set
tle estats. Easy terms. Free list El
lis Bros., Springvllle, N. Y.
JORDAN VALLEY, Oregon, offers you a
home in the land of sunshine, where
conditions are right for raising alfalfa
and cattle. Address, Jordan Valley
Farms. Bolss. Idaho.
VILLAMETTE Valley Farms Pleasant
and profitable place to live. Informa
tion and listings sent free. Writs Mil
ler A Walter, Corvallis, Oregon.
South Dakota Lands.
lul ACRES land, feO acres broken, 80
acres hay. All level snu tine soil. tooa
fnce, one-half mile from ood school,
'Tripp oDunty. South Dakota. Telephone
and dally mall route. Income, $2,800
' last year on 80 acres. Owner Pat Davis,
3S2T West Tw-:nty-flrst St., Los Angles.
WHEATLAND Wyoming tarma. $50 per
a.. Including paid up water right -Jeiir
'vl ACM. Ryiander. 854 Omaha a.
FINE BLUFFS, Wyoming, farms, goou
crops and water. $40 per acre. C. V.
Kelson, tit Omaha Nat. BauK ttldg.
BRINGING UP FATHER
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
' Texas Lands.
BltAZOS VALLEY PLANTATION.
650 acres rich, productive land 285
acres ready for cultivation. No. 1 for
cotton, suar cane, corn and potatoes;
good drainage, l1 miles from railway
station, 5 miles front oil well flowing
10,000 barrels daily; oil Indications.
Price $15 per acre or mineral right re
served. $30 per acre, terms. Chas. Peter
son. 319 First National Bank Bldg..
Houston, Tex. '
DON'T MISS US.
Used car chow ail week; almost new
Huick, Oh aimers, Oakland, Overlands,
ChevrolPta, Studebalter, Dodge, Maxwell
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
Two Ford touring bodies; new Ford
truck cabs and dol. bodies, ready for
delivery; 5 special Itfc-ton flare board
express bodies, 41 ti Ins. wide, $ ft 8 Ins
long; $50. ,
Wm. PfeitTer Auto Si Carriage Wks.
25th Ave. and Leavenworth' St. Tyler 701.
MEEK8 AUTO CO.
Used cars bought, sold and exchanged
Ws buy for cash and sell on time. Full
line to select from. Middle State Oarage
2026-8 Farnam St. Douglas 4101.
MEEK 8 AUTO CO.
FOR SALE Bulek light six touring car.
overhauled and repainted. Price $850.
Car can be seen at Bulc-k repair shop,
1611 Davenport street.
NEW retreader; latest and best out; costs
less; makes seven different treads. Write,
wire or call. Duplex Tire Co.. 114 South
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; service
station for Rayfleld carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries. Edwards
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO..
2020 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
GLOBE VAal AND STORAGE CO., wll,
stors your auto. Rates for Ford cars.
$3 a month; large cars, $5 month
NEW and used Ford, Ames oodles, Im
mediate delivery. O'Rourke Goldstrom
Auto Co.. 3701 So 24th. So. 1st.
BARGAINS IN USP CARS, ,.
McCaffrey Motor Co..
loth and Jackson. Ford Agents. D. 8500.
" WBXfri5TTlHr" USEICAR-MISST
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
' 1910 Farnam. Harney 414.
SI.!. LING only privately-owned used cars.
The Omaha Used Car Market, 2517
Leavenworth St. Tyler 2347.
EXPERT Repairing Guaranteed service.
Iflth and Leavenworth. Doug 7000.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
2300 Flirnam St
QUALITY USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO..
M Aft for magneto we can't fix; patentee
pj.UU Affinity Spark Plug. O. Bays-
dorfer, 2!0 N. 18tb.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH, 100 USEr
CARS; quick action; no delay. Autu
Exchange Co. 2o5 Farnam St. D. 6035
"THE USED CAR MART"
16th and Leavenworth. Douglas 7000.
Now Ford to out of town customers
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
THREE-QUARTER TON Stewart truck,
$376. Dreibus Candy Co., Douglas 4273.
FORD TOURING car for saloT Good eua
dltion. South 59.
NEW Ford' touring bodies, $125. , 2230
1918 OVERLAND, model S5-4. Bargain
for cash. Webster 193,
1 NEED a 5-pass.,S)standard make light
touring car and will accept same as part
payment on ideal building lot near Field
club. J. S. TOLL1VKR. Tvler 721.
Tires and Supplies.
WE WILL SHIP subject to examanation
our 3,500 mile guaranteed tires at these
Plain Rib Tread Non-Skid
30x3 $7.25 , $ 9.65 I $10.00
3ix3li 9.10 It. 25 1 12.00
Write for prices other sizes express, pre
paid, when full amount accompanies or-
STANDARD TIRE CO.,
410 North Sixteenth Street.
GUARANTEED 8.000 MILES.
3x3 $ 7 50130x3 $ (.It
32x3 10.25!32x4 11.78
32x4 11.50134x4 13 00
We furnish tbs old tires. -Agents
3 IN 1 VULCANIZING COMPANY,
1516 Daveuport Street
WE do casing and tube repairing. Ws
guarantee our work. New and second
URBAN TIRE & VULCANIZING CO..
2223 Harney St. Phone Douglas $413
NEW TIRES ON SALE.
Firestone. Congress. Lee Pullman. Flsk
Write for prices. Mention sizes.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 2010 FARNAM
BARGAINS, new No. 1 tires and fubesT
Tires 45 per cent off, List tubes 35 per
cent, write or phone Webster 1084. Dsy
1808 No. 24th.
GAIN mors miles! have your tires if
treaded by G. & G. Tire Co.
2415 Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-VV.
Repairing and Pair.ting.
WE NOT ONLY REPAIR YOUR
RADIATOR, BUT CAN BUILD
'. YOU A NEW ONE.
RADIATOR REPAIR SHOPS and
DEALERS: Writs us for prices on new
cores. No weeks of waiting for that
new radiator or fender. Built to your
order, any style, for automobile, truck
or tractor. In 24 hours. Patronize your
The only Radiator and Fender manu
facturing company In the west.
OMAHA RADIATOR AND TIRE
1819 Cuming. 2064 Farnam. '
F. P. Barnum Co.. 2122 Cum.ng. D 8044.
Higb grade Automobile Painting
Repairing and Painting.
Ii8 FORD SEDAN
Electric starter, demountable rims.
Kelly-Springfield tires. Excellent condi
tion. NEBRASKA BUICK
. AUTO CO.
Phone Tyler 1760, 19th and Howard.
EXPERT radlatuis. fenders and suto
bodies; repairing at reasonable prices
Prompt attention riven to garags work,
ship your radio lor direct to us.
NEBRASKA SERVICE GARAGE,
Doug 7390. SI8 a 19th 81
Autos for Hire.
RENT A FORD
DRIVE YOURSELF. 12c PER MILE
You're covered by Insurance againtt
60 new 1919 model Ford cars.
Ford Livery Co.
Pong. 3625. . 1314 Howard.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
11 ARLEY-DA ViDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, tbs Motorcycle feaa. lii and
THE SALVATION Army Industrial Home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect Ws distribute.
Phone Doug. 4136 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new boms
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
I RICHARD HARRISON, Englishman, age
38, bricklayer, In Omaha, 1016. Anyone
knowing bis address please write, Har
rison McNish. Assiniboia, Sask., Canada.
"PI-HE UOLD" Marglne; fresiT'daily, de
livered to your door once a week; worth
more; cost less; also real buttermilk
WILL give good home to small child for
reasonable sum. No other children.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
WHEAT screenings $2 26 per hundred. A.
W Wagner, 801 N. 16th St.. Doug. 1 142.
WHITE ROCK HATCHING EGGS from
Omaha show winners Benson 288.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
HARNESS. SADDLES and TRAVELING
Ws make them ourselves and sell
them direct to consumer. Why pay two
profits tor Inferior goods when you can
get high grade goods at first cost?
ALFRED CORNISH & CO..
Phone Doug 2314. 1210 farnam.
DON'T FORGET the big horse an. mule
auctions at stock yards stables next
Wednesday. Expect a good run of choice
farm mares, matched teams of farm
chunks and one carload of farm mules.
Sale starts at 10 o'clock. I. C Gallup.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as secui
ity, $40. 6 mo., H. goods, total, $3.50
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
432 Security Bldg.. 16th A Farnam. Ty. 668
LOANS ON DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND
11, LIBERTY BONDS. O (P
2 1 W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1892. " 0
6THFLR. SECURITY BLDQ.. TY. t6l
, Lowest rates. Private loan-booths. Harry
Maleshock, 1614 Podge, D. 6619. Est. 1891
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Anna Simkovita and hbd. to Hymle
Welekopf, 21st St., 270 ft. n. of 1
Charles at, e. s., 30x133 $ 1,300
Joseph Sinrowltz and wf to lyinie
Weiskopf, 21st St., 240 ft.' 5. of
Charles st., e. a., 30x133 1.200
South Side Land Co. to Joei Danl
kewlcz, 36lh st., 112 ft. n; of I"
st.,. w s., 50x130 350
Catherine Mostyn to W. H. Line,
s. e cor. isth and Evans st.,
' 50x80 ; 4,500
Robert W. Smiley and wf. to 11 J n
J. Hedelund, 24th St., 280 ft n. of
Redick ave., e. s.. 40x125 4,800
Frank H. Riley and wf. to Earle
It. Carse, et al, Saratoga st.,
192.5 ft. w of 27th St., n. s.,
John W. Bergers and wf.. ct al, to
Ernest Behrens, 27th' st.. ,185 ft,
n. of St. Mary avo., e. s . 33x64.. 2,500
Anna C. Bystrom and hbd. to Sam
Mortensen, V St.. 140 ft. e. of
31st st., a. s, 40x130 1,400
Ornco C. Rodgers and hbd to John
J. Fuchs. jr., Titus ave., 86 ft.
e. of 25th ave., s. s., 41x120.. 5,450
Hans J Petersen and wf. to Henry
N Stoltenberg, w. cor. B and On
tario st., 50x120 4,000
Lucian D. Powell and wf. to Royal
C. Hatswell, 30th st, 60 ft. n. of
Webster st, w. s, 60x100...... i 1
Olof Johnson and wf. to Duane C.
4 Mark, et al, 59th st., 610 ft. s. of
Tinkney st w. s.. 40x146 3.3S5
Dunne C. Clark and wf to Virgil E.
Chatain and wf., 59th St., 640 ft.
s. of Pinkney st., w. s., 40x146.. 2,600
Mary Cunningham to George D.
Cunningham, Pratt St., 300 ft. w
of 34th St., . s., 60x124.6 : 1
George D. Cunningham to J. A.
Douglas, Pratt st., 300 ft. w of I
34th' st, is. s.. 50x124.6 I... v 96
Anna Conroy to Mary C. Collins, et
al, V st., 150 ft. e. of 41st St., j
s s 50x131 425
Anna Conroy to Walter S. Collins,
V St.. 200 ft. e. of 41st at, s. s
Daisy L. Elton and hbd. to Charles
R. Mullen, n. w cor. 48th and '
Webster st.'. 44xiOO 4,500
Richard K. Evans and wf, to Doane
Keller, Harney St., 80 ft. e. of
Happy Hollow blvd., n. s., 45x100 896
Linn P. Campbell and wf. to Jeanle
B. Lauer, 60th ave., 225 ft. s. of ,
Dodge st., e. s, 50x135 1J.00O
Security Land and Improvement Co.
to Louis Harsh, 25th ave.. 139 ft.
s. of Spencer st, w. s., 39x116.7.. 3,125
Bernard Menard and wf. to John
Massarl and wf , 1st ave.. 200 ft.
s. of Spring St., w. s 60x118.. 1,150
Walter Z Clifford and wf. to Anna
Julien, n. e. cor. 66th and Emmet
St., 108x120 2,600
William H, Smalls to Hayward
Cameron Motor Co., Florence
blvd , 123 ft. n. of Lake st., e. s.,
J10M,xl40 2,1 00
New York, Coffee.
New York, March 11. A slight furKher
sdvance In the market for coffee futures
met scattered realizing today and there
were reactions during the later tradings.
The market opened unchanged to 2 points
higher, with December selling at 14.13c,
or into new high ground for the move
ment and 8 points net higher. Business
was fairly active at the start, but soon
tapered off with comparatively little sup
port in evidence during the afternoon. May
sold off to 16.34c and December to 14.00c,
with the market closing 4 to 10 points
net lower. May. 15.25c; July, 14.65c; Sep
tember, 14.29c; October, 14.20c; December,
14 00c; January, 13.95c; March, 13.95c.
Spot coffee, steady; Rio 7s, 16c; Santos
New York General.
New York, March 11. Flour Firm;
spring patents, $10. 8511. 25; -spring clears,
$9.25(89.75; winter straights, $10.25
10.60; Kansas straights. $10.8511.25.
Wheat Spot, steady; No. 2 red, $2.3414.
track New York.
Corn Spot, easyj No. 2 yellow and No.
! white, $1.62. $1.624, cost and freight
Oats Spot, steady; standard, 72 J6 73e.
Hay Easier; No. 1, $1.65i$1.70; No. 2,
$1.551.60; No. 3, $1.4001.50.
Lard Stronger; jniddlewest, $28.00
Other articles unchanged. -
New York Provisions.
New York, March 11. Butter Firmer;
creamery, higli-r than extrns, 60!60tjc;
creamery extras. 59c; firsts, 56&59c.
Eggs Unsettled; fresh gathered extras,
43&43c; fresh gathered regular packed
extra firsts, 424M2'ic; fresh gathered
firsts, 40 041 Vac.
Cheese Strong; receipts, 6,895; state
current make specials. 3232c; state,
average run, 8ts432.t4c.
Poultry Alive, firm; fowls, 34c; others
and dressed, unchanged.
Chicago, March 11. Butter Firm;
creamery, 48 g -68c.
Eggs Lower; receipt's, 20,634 esses;
firsts, 37$37c; ordinary firsts, 37c; at
mark, cases Included, 37'37c.
Potatoes Unsettledi receipts, 65 cars:
Wisconsin and Michigan bulk and sacked,
$1 .50j-1.70; Minnesota, do. $1.251.60.
Poultry Alive, higher; springs, 32c;
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City. Mp March 11. Butter,
eggs and poultry Unchanged.
Sew York Metals.
New York. March 11. Copper, Iron and
Spelter Quiet; East St. Louis delivery,
spot. $6. 10i 6.82; March, $6,21 'A to 6.224.
J At l-nndoa: buot. Uu. iitti ethers un-
Tntrnat ionn I Ngws Sfrv!c,
Market and Industrial News of
Receipts were; Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday .... 9.536 16,782 6.225
Estimate Tuesday .. 9,000 18.000 12,000
Two days this week 18,536 34,782 17,225
Same days last week 13,141 28,788 20,905
Same days 2 w's ago 17,830 45,768 25,770
Same days 3 w's sgo 14,326 28,680 9.537
Same day year ago 14,075 31,649 27,130
Receipts and disposition of live stock t
the Union stock yards. Omaha, Neb., ftr
24 hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m., Match
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'rs.
Missouri Pacific .... 7 1
Union Pacific 94 47 24 2
C. & N. W., sast.... 20 6 1 ..
C. & N. W west.... 61 49 9
C, St. P., M. & O... 40 47 .. I
C. B. & Q , east.... 29
C, B. & Q west. . . 65 54 15 1
C, R. I. & P, east.. 12 11
C, R. I. & P.. west.. 1
.Illinois Central .... 14 .. .. 1
Chicago G. W 4 3
Total receipts... 339 225 61 6
Cattle. Hogs.. Sheep.
Morris & Co 705 2,038 1,694
Swift & Co 1.669 3,051 2,195
Cudahy Packing Co. ..1.302 2,846 2,868
Armour & Co 1,392 3,073 2,705
Schwartz & Co 2,675 ....
J. W. Murphy 3,427 ....
Lincoln Packing Co.... 47
So. Omnha Pack. Co.. 22
Higgins Packing Co... 13
Hoffman Bros 16
John Roth & Sons 14
Mayerowich & Vail..., 10 .... ....
P, O'Dea 66 '
W. B. Van Sant & Co.. 30
Benton & . Van Sant... 19
F. P. Lewjs 473 .... ....
Iluntzinger & Oliver... 33
J. B. Root & Co 260 4.
J. H. Bulla 119 ;
Rosenstoek Bros 137 .... ....
F. G. Kellogg 68
Werthelmer & Degen.. 156 ,.
Ellis & Co 28 J
Sullivan Bros 36 .... ....
A. Rothschild 10
Mo.-Kan. C. & C. Co. 71
E. G. Christie 7
Banner Bros.... 140
John Harvey 894
Jensen & Lundgren.... 63
Dennis & Francis 82
Cheek & Krebs. ...... , 8
Midwest Packing Co.. 17
Omaba Packing Co 22
Totals. . .
9,610 117,110 10,73
Cattle Another fair sized run of $75
cars of cattle was yarded estimated at
9,000 head. Trading on beef steers was
weak to 1525c lower and very slow to
open. Local beef men were looking for
weighty cattle passing up the light
weight steers and yearlings. Butcher
stock was very uneven, but about steady
with yesterday, best fat cows bringing
from $13.S014.O0, in between lots and
canners and cutters were hard to move,
the latter selling at $5.5O6.60. Stockers
and feeders were In very light supply,
but about steady with yesterday.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $17.6018.75; fair to good beeves,
$15.2517.26; common to fair beeves,
$13.7615.00; good to choice yearlings,
$14.75I7.25; fair to good yearlings, $12.50
18.50; common to fair yearlings, $9.00(
12.25; good to choice heifers, $12.50015.00;
prime cows, $12.50(914.00; good to choice
cows, $10.2612.00; fair to good cows.
$8.2510.00; common to fair cows, $5.60
7,25; choice to prime feeders, $14.0015.75;
good to choice feeders, $11.6013.76;
medium to good feeders, $1 0.6011.60;
good to choice stockers, $10.00012.00;
fair to good stockers, 89.0O10.O0; common
to fair stockers, $7.008.50; stock heifers,
$7.008.50; stock cows, $6.757.50; stdck
calves, 18.0011.50; veal calves, $8.00
14.00; bulls, stags, etc.. $9.2512.00.
Hogs Receipts today' amounted to 251
loads, estimated at 18,000 head. The mar
ket opened at an early hour with a broad
demand, the first few sales In the morning
being possibly 1026c higher, but quickly
strengthened to 25c higher, gradually grew
better with both packers and shippers buy
ing freely at 2540c higher, than yester
day. The general market was fully 16
40o higher, with some sales showing even
more of an advance than quoted above.
While trading was naturally uneven, bulk
of sales was $18.00 18,30, with tops at
Sheep There was a firm run of sheep
and lambs in the barn this morning, 51
loads, estimated afl2,000 head. The mar
ket opened early at prices that were
rather uneven. Quality perhaps was a lit
tle better than yesterday on the whole
making comparisons a little difficult, most
of the salesmen were content with calling
It an active and stronger market with
most of the sales at $18.60, to a top of
$19.00, $18.90 being the popular price for
the day. Sheep were inclined to be a
littis weaker, fat ewes selling at $12.25,
to a top of $13.00,
Quotations on sheep: "Lambs, good to
choice, $18 7519.00; lambs, fair to good,
$18.3618 85; Iamb feeders, $16.50917.75,
yearlings, good to ehoice, $16.5017.75;
wethers, fat, 813.00 14.50; ews, good to
choice, $12.7513.00; ewes, fair to good,
$12.00012.75; ewe feeders, $7.008.60,
Chicago Live Stork.
Chicago, March 11. (U. S. Bureau of
Markets.) Cattle Receipts. 11,000 head;
good and choice beef steers, and butcher
cattle 15c to 26c higher; others and calves
steady; feeders steady to 15c higher; esti
mated tomorrow 5,000 head; heef cattle,
good, choice and prime, $16.50(20.25;
common and medium, J10.5010.65;
butcher stock, cows and heifers, $7.00
15.50; canners and cutters, $5.75-57.00;
stockers and feeders, good, choice and
prime, $11.15ffil5.00: inferior, common and
medium, $8.2611.15; veal calves, good to
choice, $17.60 18.00.
Hogs Receipts, 30,000 head; market
mostly 30c to 40c higher; spots 45c to 50c
higher; estimated tomorrow 18,000 head;
bulk of sales, $19.0019.35; butchers,
$19.20i(9.40; light, $18.7519.30; packing,
$18.00(6)19.20; throwouts, $17.2518.00;
pigs, good to choice, $17.0018.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 11,000
head; market mostly steady; prime lambs
higher; estimated tomorrow, 11,000 head;
lambs, choice and prime. $19.6019.75;
medium and good, $18.25519.60; culls,
f 15.26ft 17.00; ewes, choice and prime,
$13.7514.00; medium and good, $11.00 (jy
13.75; culls, $6.009.00.
Sionx City I4v rjeock.
Sioux City, Ia March 11. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,600 head; market lower; beef
steers, $12.76V16.60; fat cows and heifers,
17.5013.0O; canners, .$5.507. 00; stock
ers and feeders, 18.253)13.60; feeding
cows and heifers. $9.758. 25.
Hogs Receipts 12,000 head; market 25c
to 30c higher; light, $17.70 18.00; mixed,
$17.7518.25; heavy. $18.0018.40; bulk
of sales, $17.9018.30.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
St. Joseph IJt Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., March 11. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1,6017 head; market higher; steers,
$11603 18.00; cows and heifers, $5 50$
15.00; calves, $8.00 14.00.
Hogs Receipts, 4,500 head; market
higher; top, $18.75; hulk. $18.25 18, ;5
' Sheep and Lambs Receipts, $8,o00
head; market weak; lambs, $17.6019.00;
Omaha, March 11, 1919.
There was a larger run of corn today
than for some time with 88 cars. Oats were
larger than a week ago with 41 cars
though less than yesterday. Wheat arrivals
were 33 cars; rye, 4 cars, and barley, 10
i'orn prlees ranged from unchanged to
3c' lower, the bulk selling from unchanged
to lc off. No. 3 white and No. 3 mixed
were about unchanged. Offerings had a
ready sale at the prevailing prices and
virtually everything was sold before the
session was long under way.
Oats declined c to lc. This cereal sold
Rye figures were unchanged, and barley,
lc to 2c lower. Wheat advanced 2c for
the good grades, No. 2 hard and No. 3
hard; going at 17o to 21c over the basic
OMAHA FUTURE MARKET
Art. I Open. High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
Corn I .
Mar ; 1.40 1.41
May 1.38 1.38
July 1.31 1.31
Mar 61 .61
May 62 .62
July .61 .61
Corn ., ,
Today. Wk. Ago. Yr. Ago.
IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago . . . .
St. Louis . . .
Winnipeg . .
Corn No. 3 white, 1 car, $1.38; 5 cars,
$1.37; 1 car, $1.36; No. 4 white, 1 car,
$1.34; 6 cars, $1.33; No. 3 yellow, 1 car,
$1.40; 1 car, $1.39; 5 cars. $1.39; No. 4
yellow, 2 cars, $1.38; 13 cars. $1.37; 3 cars,
$1.36; 3 cars, $1.35; No. 5 yellow, 6 cars,
$1.32; 2 cars, $1.31; 1 car, $1.30; No. 6
yellow, 1 car, $1.28: No 3 mixed, 1 car,
1.37; 1 car, $1.36; 3 cars, $136 No. 4
mixed, 2 cars, $1.33; 5 cars, $1.32; 3 cars,
$1.30; No. 5 mxied, 2 cars, $1.30; No. 6
mixed, 1 car, $1.27.
Oats Standard, 1 car, 62c; No 3 white,
20 rars. 61c; No. 4 white, 4 cars, 60c;
sample white, 3 cars, 60c.
Rye 1 car, $1.38; No. 8, 1 car, $1.37.
Barley No. 3, 1 car, 95c. (
Wheat No. 2 hard, 1 car, '$2.32; 1
car. $2 30 (smutty; No. 3 hard, 1 car,
$2.32; 1 car, $2.28 (smutty): No. 1 spring.
car, $2.30 (smutty); No. 3 hard, 1 car
$2.25; No. 2 mixed, 1 car, $2.30; No. 3
mixed, 2 cars, $2 15; 3-5 car, $2.15; No. 4
mixed, 2-5 car, $2.10.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, March 11. Lifting of the rail
road embargo against New York rallied the
corn market today after prices had ruled
lower during most of the session. The
close was unsettled c off to 2c net ad.
vance, with May $1.36 to $1.3714. and
July $1.31 to tl.3l. Oats finished un
changed to half cent higher, provisions
gained 50c to $1.
Corn showed strength only st the open
ing and close. Initial upturns were due to
assertions that excessive arrivals of hogs
had become unlikely. Then the fact that
of late a nearly continuous upturn of 35c
had been registered began to tell, and
prices underwent a material sag. For the
time being most traders prepared to ac
cept the opinion that bullish factors had
been more than discounted, ' especially as
further buying of Argentine corn was
looked for, and there were reports of a big
strike of longshoremen at New York.
Strike talk temporarily offset the natural
influence of removal of the ban against
railroad shipments to New York, but de
nials of the strike reports came Just be
fore the close and there was a consequent
sudden bulge In values at the last.
Oats merely duplicated the action of
Provisions scored a general maximum
advance owing to radically higher quota
tions on hogs. f,
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
Bee by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain
brokers, 315 South Sixteenth street, Oma
Art. j Open. High. Low. -Close. Yes.
Corn I '.
Mar. 1.44 1.44 1.4214 1 43 1.43
May 1.36 1.3714 1.33 1.3714 1.354
J'ly 1.29 1.31 1.28 1.31 1.294
-Mar. 61 61 60 61 61
May. 63 63 62 63 63
July 63 63 63 63 63
May 45.0 45.00 44.76 45.00 44.00
July 42.05 4205 41.97 42.05 41.05
May 127.12 27.12 26.62
July '26.47 26.67 26.37 26.47 25.97
May 124.77 24.77 24.70 24.77 24.27
July 123.52 23.52 23.27' 23.62 23.02
Minneapolis, Minn., March 11. FlotiA
15c higher in carload lots, standard flour
quoted at $11.40 a barrel In 98-pound
Rye No. 2, $1.43.
Oats 69 59e.
Flax $3.643.66. ,
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City. March 11. Corn March,
$1.40; May, $1.39; July, $1.34; Septem
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis, Mo., March 11. Corn May
$1.30; July, $1.33.
Oats May, 64 c; July, 63 c.
1 Loral Storks and Bonds.
Quotations furnished zy Burns. Brinker
& Co., 449 Omaha National bank.
Burgcss-Nash 7 p. c. pfd....l00 .....
Cudahy Pack. Co. com 102 102
Deere & Co. pfd 95 96
Gooch Fd. Prd. pfd. bonus.. 99 100
Harding Cream 1 p. c pfd 100 ....
Orchd. & Wilhim. 7 p. c. ptd.100 101
Swift & Co. Int 50 - 50
Swift & Co 129 129
Union Btk. Yds. Om 100 101
Un. P. A Lt 7 p. c. pfd 100
C, R. I. & P., 6s, 1922 SS 98
Canada 6s, 1937 95
Iowa Prt. Cement 6s 98 100
Lint Joint Stk. Land Bk. 5s. 101 101
Louisiana 5s 99 100
Neb. City 5s, 1919 .. 99 100
Om. Ath. Club 68. 1921-32.; 100
Om. & C. B. St Ry 5s, 1928 81
Puget Sound T. L. P 7s, 1921 98 99
Swift ft Co. 6s, Aug., 1921.. 99 loo
South. Ry. 6s; 1922 99 90
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York, March 11. Evaporated Ap
Pesehes Firm ,
RaUim Few offered.
Drawn for The Bee by
New York, March 11. Trading on the
stock exchange today lacked the activity
and enthusiasm of yesterday's record ses
sion, hut the tendency was unmistakably
upward after an irregular opening, with
many substantial gains at the close.
Uncertainty at the outset was due chiefly
to the heaviness of shippings and several
ar the) Industrial specialties and the re
stricted movement of United Slates Steel
and rails, which encouraged renewed sell
ing for Ihe short account.
Rails and shippings became decidedly
strong later, however, the former ad
vancing briskly on Washington advices
which pointed to a satisfactory outcome of
the conference between the director general
and the executives of the transportation
Disappointment was expressed at the
postponement of the meeting between
steel manufacturers and the Department
of Commerce, but the cut In the Kennecott
copper dividend had little effect, metals
figuring unimportantly in the day's opera
tions. Dealings were broadest and most setlvs
in the final hour. United States Steel rising
almost 3 points to 98 and affiliated In
dustrials, equipments, oils, tobaccos and
distilling issues advancing 3 to 10 points.
Froemost features were American To
bacco, Industrial Alcohol, General Elec
tric, New York Airbrake, Mexican
Petroleum, United Cigars, Amebtcan Inter,
national, United Fruit and St. Paul pre
ferred. Bonds again failed to reflect the
strength and activity of the stock list, the
tone in the main being somewhat mixed,
Liberty Issues easing. Total sales (par
value), aggregated $9,375,000. Old United
States coupon and registered 4s advanced
Per cent on call.
Number of sales and quotations on lead
ing stocks: Closing
Sales. High. Low. Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar. . 2,100 76 74 74
American Can .. 8,400 48 47 41
Am Car & F'dry 1,000 93 93 !)3
Am. Locomotive.. 1,700 68 67 61
Am, Smelt & Rcf 3,700 71 70 71
Am. Sugar Ref 119
American T. & T. 1,300 107 107 107
Am. Z., L. and S 12
Anaconda Copper 5,100 62 61 62
Atchison 700 93 96 93
AO&WISSL 3,400 109 107 108
Bait. & Ohio 8.000 50 48 60
B. & S. Copper.. 300 19 19 19
Cal. Petroleum... 500 -47 27 27
Canadian Pacific. 1,500 164 163 164
Central Leather. 4.000 68 67 68
Ches. & Ohio.... 3,900 60 58 60
C M - S P 10.S00 39 37 39
f & N. W 10,700 H7 9 97
C R I & P ctfs.. 17,600 25 25 25
Chlno Copper .... 3,100 35 34 34
Colo. Fuel Iron 1,100 42 40 42
Corn Prod. Kef... 14,700 49 48 48
Cruiclble Steel . .. 9.000 67 66 67
Cuba Cane Sugar. 2,600 24 23 24
Distiller's Sec 23,000 6314 61 63
Erie 2.200 17 17 17
General Electric. .1,800 161 154 160
General Motors.. 17600 160 157 159
Ot. Northern pfd. 2,600 94 94 94
Ot. N. Ore ctfs.. 22,100 43 41 43
llloinols Central 300 99 98 99
Inspiration Cop.. 4.900 47 47 47
Int. M. M. pfd... 22,200 108 105 107
Inter. Nickel 4.200 25 25 25
Inter. Paper .... 2,900 47 46 46
K. C. Southern .. 600 20 20 20
Kennecott Cop.. 9,200 31 3014 30
Louisville & Nash 115
Maxwell Motors.. 1,200 36 36 36
Mex. Petroleum.. 75,700 191 185 18914
Miami Copper .. 1,000 24 23 23
Missouri Pacific. 4,800 25 24 25
Mont. Power .".00 75 75 76
Nevada Copper.. 200 16 16 16
N. Y. Central... 3,900 76 76 76
N. Y., N. H. & H. 8,800 34 32 33
Norfolk & West 105
Northern Pacific 3.400 95- 93 94
Pennsylvania ... 5,600 46' 49 44
Pittsburgh Coal.. 1,900 49 48 49
Ray Con. Copper 600 20 20 20
Reading 24,200 86 84 86
Rep Iron & Steel 7,200 85 82 85
Southern Pacific 29.700 103 102 103
Southern Railway 5,800 29 29 29
Studebaker Cory. 11,400 61 60 61
Texas Co 5,100 196 194 196
Union Pacific .. 6,600 131 130 I'll
U. S. Ind Alco'ol 13.800 123 118 122
U. S. Steel 130,900 98 95 97
U. S. Steel pfd.. 600 114 114 114
Utah Copper 2,700 73 72 73
Wabash pfd "B" 6,100 23 22 22
Western Union . . 400 59 88 88
Westing'use Elec 11,100 47 46 47
Bethlehem B 32.500 71 701, 70
Total sales for the day 1.000,000 shares.
Furnished by Peters Trust company.
First Liberty 3s .-. 'S-6'1
Second Liberty 4s 9-""
Third Liberty 414s. , "4
Fourth Liberty 4s - 9-1
Am. Foreign Securities (1919). 99 99
Am. Tel. & Tel. 6s (1925) 103 Vi 103
Am. Telephone 6s (1924) 99 99
Am. Tobacco 7s (1922) HU 1"1
Am. Tobacco 7a (1923). ..,..103 103
Anaconda Copper 6s (1929).. 97 97
Anglo-French 5b (1920).. 97' 97
Arm. Con. Deb. Ks (1019) ... .100 1"0
Arm. Con. Deb. 6s (1922) 100'i 100
Arm Con. Deb. 6s ( 1 923) . . . . 100 100
Ann. Con. Deb. 6s (1924) 100 100
Beth. Steel is (1919) 100" 100
Beth. Steel 7s (1922) 100 1-16 100
Beth. Steel 7s (1923) 101 101
Canada 5s (1921) 98 98
Cudahy 7s (1923) 101 101
Int. 1. T 5s (1921) 90 90
Kansas City Ter. 6s (1923). .100 lon
Proctor & G. 7s (1922) 102 10314
Proctor & G. 7s (1923) 103 104
Russian Rubles 5s (1936). .129 134
Union Pacific Cs (1928) 65 67
Wilson & Co. 6s (1928) 93 93
New York Money.
New York, March 11. Mercantile Pa
Francs Demand, $5.48; cables,
Guilders Demand, 41c; cables, 41c
Time Loans Steady; unchanged.
Call Money Steady; high, 6 per cent;
low, 4 per cent; ruling rate, 5 per cent:
closing bid. 4 per cent; offered at 6
per cent; last loan, 5 per cent.
New York Cotton.
New York, March 11. Cotton futures
opened steady; March, old, 24.70c to
24 95c; May, old. 22.95c; new, 23.12c; July,
old, 22.17c; new, 22.32o; October, old,
20.80c; new, 20.95c; December, old, 20.85c,
Ail IM '
1116-1118 - DGUdlas St
WbusW UV -fflf "fc-L-S"
Wholesale "prices of heef cuts: Loins,
No. 2, 46c: No. 8, 27c. Ribs No. 2,
38c; No. 3, 21 c. Rounds, No. 2. 27c;
No. 3, 23c. Chucks, No. 3, 23 c; No. 3,
17c. Plates. 15c; No. 3, 12c.
Oranges 80-96-100,-- $5 .75: 128. $6.00;
150-324. $6,26; 176, 200, 216. 252. 288, $6.60.
Grape Fruit Dr. Phillips, 36, 46, $5.60;
Dr. Phillips. 54, $6.00; Dr Phillips. 64. SO,
$6 50. Chase & Co. Palm Florida, 36,
$4,50; 46, $4.76; 54, $5.00.
Lemons Golden bowls. 800, S60, $6.00;
other brands, 300, 360, 15.60.
Apples Fancy wine saps, 138, 180, 163,
175, $4.60; 188, 200, $4.26; "C" grade Ben
Davis, 125, 130, 160, 168. 176, $3 60; bar
rel apples, Ben Dsvlt and Ganos, $12.00.
Potatoes Colorado whits U. 8. No. 1,
cwt., $1 76; branded R. R. Ohlos, per ewt,
Sweet Potatoes California baskets,
Red Onions Sk lots, 8c
Cabbage California crates (marked
wt), 4c; small lots, 80; head lettuce
(about 6 doz.). crt, $8.00; bead lettuce,
doze, $1.60; leaf lettuce, doz., 70c; shal
lots, carrots, turnips, doz., 75c; beets,
parsley, doz., 75c; southern radishes, doz.,
75c; home grown radishes, doz., 60c; 3
doz. leaf lettuce, 1 doz. shallots, 1 doz.
H. Q. radishes, basket. $3.60; artlcbokes,
doz., $2.00; Brussels sprouts, lb., 20c; spin
ach, lb., 10c; peppers, lb., 26c; hot house
cukes, doz.. $2.00 to $4.00; celery, Flori
da, doz., $3.00; celery, Florida, crt., $7.00;
cauliflower, ort., $2.00.
Old Roots Beets, carrots, lb., 3c; tur
nips, parsnips, lb., 8c; rutabagoes, lb.,
Onion Sets Red and yellow, bu $2.60;
white, bu., 14.25.
Miscellaneous Cracker Jack, Checkers
and Chums, case lots, 15.50; case lots,
$2.85; shelled pop corn, 12c; Airline
honey, 2 doz. 5 oz., per case, $4.30; 2 doz.
14oz., per case, $8.70.
Nuts English walnuts, sk. lots, 33c, less,
35c; Jumbo raw peanuts, 15c; Jumbo roast
peanuts, 17c; No. 1 raw peanuts, 12c;
No. 1 roast peanuts, 15c.
New York Bonds.
U. 8. 2s, reg...
U. 8. 2s, coup.
U. S. 3s, reg...
U. 8. 3s, coup.
V. S. Lib. 3s
97'Gt. N. 1st 4s
7'I. C. ref. 4s
89 Int. M. M. 6s..
89 K C S ref 6s..
98.06L. & N. un. 4a
05 M K & T 1st 4s
U. S. 4s, reg.. 1
U. S. 4s, coup. 1
05 M. Pac. gen. 4s
Am For Sec 99
Am. T. & T. c 6s
Anglo-French. . .
Arm. & Co. 4s
Atchison gen 4s
B & O cv 4s
Beth Steel r 5s
Cen. Leather 6s
Cen. Pac. 1st..
C. & O. cv. 6s. .
C B & Q joint 4s
C M & S P c 4
C B I & P r 4s
C. & R. ref. 4s
D & R a ref 6s
D of C 5 (1931)
Erie gen. 4s. . . .
Gen. Elec. 6s
9-16Mont Power. . . .
90N. Y. C. deb. 6s
97 N. Pacific 4s..
88HN Pacific 3a
820. S. L. ref. 4s
97 Pac. T. & T. 6s
89 Penn. con. 4s
96Penn. gen. 4s
79 Reading gen. 4s
86S L & S F a 6s
95S. Paclfic'cv.tGs 1
87 S. Railway 6s..
T3 T. & P. 1st. .
J8 Union Pacific 4s
49 lt. S Rubber 5s
97U. 8. Steel 6s.. 1
64 'Wabash 1st
99French 5s 105
Kansas City Live Stock.
Ksnsas City, Mo., March 11. Cattle
Receipts, 9,000; no southerns, steady;
prime fed steers. $18.0019.00: dressed
beef steers, $12.0018.00; western steers,
$12.00)17.00; southern steers, nominally,
$7,008)13.00: cows. $9.00914.50: heifers,
$10.00 14.50; stockers and feeders, $13.00
&16.60; bulls, $9.0012.00; calves, $10.00
Hogs Receipts. 10,000: 25 to 40 cents
higher; bulk. $18.0018.65; heavy. $18.50
(cc 18.96; packers and butchers, $18.36
18.76; lights, $18.00i$18.65; pigs, $13.60!
Sheep and , Lambs Receipts, 11,000)
strong to 10 cents higher: lambs, $19. 00 4
19.15: yearlings, $15.0017.O0; wethers,
$13.50(814.60; ewes, $12.5013.60; stockers
and feeders, 113.00177.00.
Omaha Hay Market.
No. 1 midland prairie hay, 136.50 to
$27.50; No. 2 midland prairie hay. 124.00 to
No. 1 lowland prairie hay, $22.00 to
$24.00; No, 2. 118.00 to $20.00; No. 9, $14.00
Choice alfalfa, 132.00; No. 1, 130.00 to
$31.00; standard, $28.00 to $29.00; No. 2,
$25.00 to $27.00; No. 3, $22.00 to $23.00.
Oat straw, 112.00 to 113.00; wheat straw.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, March 11. Turpentine
Firm, at 64c; sales, 11 bbls. ; receipts, 24
hbls.; shipments, 39 bbls.; stock, 25,185
Rosin Nominal; sales, none; rceipts, 167
casks; shipments, 1 cask; stock, 66,448
casks. Quote: B, $13.10; D, E, $13.16; F,
$13,20; G, $13.25; H, $13.30; I, $13.65; K,
$16.75; M, 116.25; N, WG, 116.30; WV.
Liberty Bond Prices. s.
New York, March 11. Prices of Liberty
bonds at 11:30 a. m. today were: 3s.
98.66;flrst 43,94.30; second 4s,93.62; first
4s. 94.68; second 4s, 93.86; third 4s,
95.20: fourth 4 Vis, 93.98.
New York. March 11. Liberty bond clos
ing prices today were: 3s, 98.60; first 4s,
94 20; second 4s, 93.62; first 4s, 94.68;
second 4s, 93.84; third 4 Vis, 95.16;
fourth 4s, 91.00.
New York. March 11. At lower prices
more business was done today on staple
gingham and other colored cottons re
cently reduced. Jobbers began in some
parts of the country to offer very low
prices to the retail trade. Print cloth
nnarkets were firmer and small advances
were reported. Wool dress goods sold more
freely. Raw silk was a shade higher.
Duluth, Minn., March 11. Linseed
New York Sugar.
New York, March 11. Sugar Un
changed. Liberty Bonds
and other investments Bought For Cash
New York market prices paid on all
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WOLF TRIED TO
Serious Charge Made Against
Omaha Man Before Judge
Fitzgerald at Close !:
of Court Case.
That Harvey Wolf, prominent'; J
through lu's connection with the pa-'
lice scandals of a year ago, had at
tempted to blackmail him out of $500 '!
was the declaration made by Albert
Hastings of Silver Creek, Neb.
when Judge Fitzgerald discharged (
Hastings and three other defend-
ants in a fraud action brought bv "
Sam Joe, Chinese restaurant keep
er of Omaha and Linsoln. ,
Hastings told the judge Woll
came to him with the warrant anr,
complaint issued by County Attor-s
ney Shotwell in Joe's action and
offered to have the cassv dismissed
if the $500 was paid. The alterna
tiv was arrest. I
Several Named in Complaint. ..
Hastings was arrested several
weeks ago on a charge of having,,
stolen, altered and forged a prop
erty deed owned by Sam Joe.5
Others named with Hastings in the
complaint were Charles Acker,
present lessee of the Kiel hotel ot .
Council Bluffs, his wife. Elleii .
Acker, and Ira Bond, also of Coun
cil Bluffs. , ,
Joe at first testified Hastings
took the deed from him by force.
Later he signed a statement admit- ' '
ting he had perjured himself on the
witness stand and stating he bad. re-, ;
linquished the deed in question of
his own volition.
Capt. John Dunn, chief of detect"
ives, said he had brought Hastings'
blackmail charges to the attention,.
o' Judge Fitzgerald and the coun"
ty attorney. Captain Dunn said he,
would ask that Wolf be prosecuted.
Toe declared Hastings returned to'
him yesterday all of the papers andT
deeds, which related to the property,
in controversy. "I had a talk with1; '
Hastings," said the restaurant keep-1
er, "and we came to an understand-'
ing which was satisfactory to both-'
of us. As far as I am concerned.,
the matter has been closed.
"I do not know anything about
Harvey Wolf having attempted to , '
blackmail Hastings. I never heard
of the $300 deal before, ihis is a
matter which does not concern mc."
I care nothing about any deals or
alleged deals between Hastings and' ,!
"False," says Wolf. '
"Absolutely false," declared Har- ,
vey Wolf last night.
"Hastings admitted that someone
called him on the phone and made
some sort of an alleged proposition ,
but that he didn't know who it was."
Denies Report That
llfH I B .XI I li IlUr: IVIrlV
D. TVf J a- Dl..f.
ue moveu iu uiuud , ,
"Bunk! Bunk!" . :.
This was the exclamation of F. F;"
Manchester, secretary of the Omaha
Grain Exchange when he read a rej
nnrt that ihnrn was a nnssihilitv of
the exchange being moved to Coun -cil
Bluffs in the event the legislature
passes House Roll No. 345.
"There is nothing to it Of course,
we are fighting the proposition '.
which requires us to admit to mem-
bership associations which distribute .
their profits among patrons. .
The partners Union is support- .
ing the bill, I know. I doubt very
seriously if any of the members of
that organization claimed to have
any authentic information in regard
to plans to move the exchange
across the river."
Holdrege, Neb., Puts Over
Bond Issue for Electric Plant
Holdrege, Neb., March 11. (Spe
cial.) The bond election for the
purpose of voting on a $68,000 bond
issue for the construction of a mu-;
nicipal electric light plant, carried'.''
in the ratio of 20 to 1. Out of 587
votes cast only 36 were against the
bonds. About 200 women votenV'J.
and a great many more signified':
their readinessto do so if there was'
any doubt as to the passage of the
The plans of the city council cov
ering the new plant are all mappetl
out and it is thought that work will
be well under way within 30 days.
Several bids have already been re
ceived for the purchase of the bond
issues, which are to be 5l4 per cent
interest bearing, and to run for 20 ,.
The lighting units are to be in
stalled at the city water works, two
units being installed, one 220 kilo-"
watts generator, and one 110 kilo-"
watts, to be driven by Corliss steam
engines. About 70 miles of dis
tributing lines is included in the es
timate, as well as an ornamental
sreet lighting system for the busi
ness district. "
- VsK To .11 part of
lo ail part
Tour in Europo
and U. S.
Winter Trip to
. Central America .
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