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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919.
alJEstate,Loani & Mortgages.
LOW ittta wiihou"diav
C. O. CABl.BEnO.
OMAHA HOML-fa EAST. NEB." FA RUB
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.
l":l OmhNiMjHk R,tit. TV 2716,
Stocks and Bonds.
WE BUT and iiiLiLrtir "Bond-Mack'
Bond Ho. nil firar Nat Bk BII
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
Our next round trip $36 excursion to
McGehee. Ark. For homcseekers only.
W. B. FRANK,
201 Neville Elk- Oniiln.
- Colorado Lands.
IXEI.INyllSH M K.NT for ml" liy 'owner,
flirty wpI! Improved tn fin" neighbor,
hood, well located 12 miles northeast of
Fort Morir;!i, Morgan county. Colorado.
Addreis Fori Morgan, Colo, R. F. D.,
3. Hot f-9.li.
i'lJ, wWflci; iTna set!on m ar
Burlington, Ktt (.'arson couutv. Colo
rado, for IIS. 50 per acre. $.'.750 rash,
balanre pr rent. Poet Box 105, Coun
rll Bluffx. la.
CHOICE Imp. or raw quarter, half aec,
or larger, Lincoln Co., bargains; easy
terms J 1,. Manrer. Arriba. Colo
VALLEY. 16(1 ai-res, largo bouse, out
biillllugs. on-hard, soft water; bargain
$2.8uo. Send for views, other farms. V.
Arthur. Mountain View. ,lo.
For mlo, SU0-.TT8 grain and stock
farm, B.M) dPra tillable, 15u ar-res undfr
oollivatlort. go acrea whf.it, plenty good
wprlng water; priced vory reasonable.
Write C. H. Com ha. Roundup, Mont.
R OS K B U D C OU N T V MUNTANaT "w heat
landa for sale, io.nul) acr-a lilgh-class
farm lands, tract from 3-0 tirrea ui.
For partirulara write A. L. Haimoud.
A Real Bargain in
Kimball County, Neb.,
Fin lerUon, gome improvement. 2i
n'r In winter whrat and winter rv.
all fenced nnl rrus-fencd, 9u per . ?!!.
of land la m kvel o Blightty rolls tn?.
bnlanc alightly broken. Rural roui",
tnt?phon line, near bi-IiouI. Will toll
on easy termg tn anyone wanting to
itiovft on land, i)o?sBslon at once. Herea
a chance for a good hustler with small
means to make good. Don't write, but
come and looU i.t this good farm. PrUe
$42 per acrs. 11.600 cash, $1,000 tms
fall, balance $1,000 yearly at 6 per cent.
1 UNIMPROVED HALF 8KCTION,
S2(t acres, rlosa In; 80 per cent lev?)
to rolling, balance rough. The good land
Is of the finest quality of wheat lard
balance good pasture and hay land. Lo
rated on rural route, telephone, ni't In
road. Thla la a real bargain at the prtrr
of $33 per acre, on easy terma, $t.&00
ah, and $1,600 yearly at 6 per cent In
terest on deferred payments. You are
hard to suit if you don't like this.
Security Land and Loan Co., KlmlHll,
" M 1? "R rTi ' K r N T V HA ft A I N
KINK STUCK FARM.
160 acr-n lot'Htffl :l milrs from Archer
ths busiest L1TTI.K town In the Htatp.
t)n mile to ahool, on rural mail route,
t "Men hone In houae. The Improvement
ronsiat of a good Rroom house with wa
tr In hitclien. cloud barn, 2U;12, witli
cment floor, room for 10 horsea and 6
,totia of hay. Cattla barn, 3fix60,
stanchion for 15 cows and 10 calves. e
tra room for 60 hff' of cattle, mow for
50 tons of hey, l I t driveway. Hog
honso, RxS2. Twit tli-kfn houses, on1,
lfixO. one 12x2?. wtih cement floor. New
garage, lfix'Ji, 'cement floor. I'orn crib,
s 10x33. Oranary, 14x30. Power houmi
with Alamo light plant. House, stock
barns and garage equipped with electric
lights. Placa all fenced hog tight with
woven wire. C0 acres under plow, 10
aeres.ln alfalfa, balance the very best of
pasture. Soil good, black loam, laud
lla level and can all be profitably farm
ed. Priced to sell before March 20. at
$100 pr acre. This place has a mortgage
of $3,500, due In 6 years at 6 per cent
annually. Can give possession at once.
Wire or phone whn you are coming. ,
M. A. LARSON. CENTRAL CITY, NUB.. '
TWO improved fannsT Possession If pur- :
chased before April 1.
o20 acres, small improvements; H j
miles from towo; all fonced and .croas ;
fenced. 120 at res winter wheat. Clo-e
to school. $;5 per acre; half cash,
balance years. 6 per cent.
320 acres corners first farm: 100 aen
under plow; dandy 3-rooin house, good
barns and abeds. A fine home In a i
good neighborhood. Price $30 per acre,
$3,000 cash, balance 5 years.
If you want a farm where ona crop
will pay for the land and where you
have a chance to double your money
on the advance tn land In the next
vcar write. Guy Forsliug, Bushnel1., Neb.
i WI LITE X CH A N GE
hlar-k loam farm land located 19 miles
northeast of Tletningford, Box Butte
county, clear, for good Omaha property,
and has priced It actually below raah
value. l:t an acre. This land Is level
to slightly rolling. '
She slao uwrns 320 aoren level land
elose to Pierre, S. l.. and 1S0 acres near
Belle Fourrhe, S. D.. clear. - Wants
good Omaha property.
S. S. & R. E. Montgomery,
213 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Read thla March. 18 wo are going to
run another ISO excursion to McGehee.
Ark., in the heart of tha Delta lands,
which we ar Belling for M0 an acre on
easy terms. W hen cleared this land will
produce equal to Iowa's best and will
rent at from $10 to SIS an acre cash.
Go with ua o March 18 and let us show
W. S. FRANK.
tot Neville Bk.. Omnha,
80-iCRK Improved farm or ranch 1
mile from Sparks, Neb.; fair improve
menta: 5 acres In cultivation, 320 acres
fenced and croaa-fenced: near Blue Line
auto road; possession this spring. Priced
right for cash. Easy terms. Will con
sider part In exchange. O. H. Johnson,
Owner, Norfolk, Neb.
FOR SALE Half section eastern Nebras
ka land, partly tile drained, rest up
land; 85 acre pasture, 60 acres meadow,
rest farm land; fair improvements. Ad
dress Box Omaha Bee.
FOH SALE Five aectlotis, fenced, living
, . water; 1.000 acres tillable; long grass
' pasture. A real stock and grain propo
sition. J. R. Carter. Bush ell. Neb
WRITS ma tor pictures and prices uf my
farms and ranch's in goad old Daw
county. Arab L. Hungerford. Crawford.
3:0 ACRES Improved; western Nebraska
wheat farm at J13.800. A mighty good
huv. C. 1. Armstrong. 325-6 Securities
WdK. t'owKlas 12S0.
FOR NEBRASKA LANDS SEE
A. A. t-Anaan,
SOt Karhach 'Blk, Tyler 884.
MERRICK COUNTY. Improved corn and
alfalfa farma at the right price. M. A
LARSON, central city. reo.
IMPROVED and unimproved wheat farms
Kimball Co.. Nebraska- " R. E. Holme
New York Lands.
116.000 BUYS 403 acres 4 mlies from town
1.700 population; 100 acres level. St)3
rolling, 175 acrea valuable timber, good
14-room house, good ham 44x113. alio
16x32. horse barn 34x50, running water
In buildings, also gas lights, abundance
of trait. S tenant houses, cheese fac-
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, 150 per
a.. Including; paid up water right. Uenry
.evl C M. Rylander. 84 Omaha '
PINE BLUFFS, Wyoming, farms, good
' crops and water. 140 per acre. C V.
Nelson. 511 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
tory, etc Including hay, grain, atraw.
S7 head registered cows, bull. 10 year
lings, calves, 6 horses, 4 hogs, 60 hens,
sugar tools, farming equipment. To set
tle estate. Easy terms. Free list. El
lie Bros.. Sprlngvllle. N. T.
140 ACRES, $3.S"0. Wrth 4 HORSES.
S COWS, AND
poultry, binder, mower, hay rake, plows,
cultivators, drag, harrow, implements,
crops., near railroad town advantages.
Machine worked loam tillage, clay aub
soll, SO-cow pasture, on cream route,
estimated i S.ooa cords wood; timber,
fruit. Good buildings. 5-story house. J
stock hams, horse stable, granary, poul
try house, etc. Aged owner 'makes low
price, IS. 30". essy terms, gets all. re
tails this d'ntral West money maker.
Viae H. Catalog Bargains 17 state, copy
NTROUT FARM AGENCY, 40SA, Bee
OUTSIDE TO fcEE
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
JORDAN VALLEY, Oregon, offers you a
home In the land of sunshtne, where
conditions art right for raising alfalfa
and cattla. Address, Jordan Valley
Farms. Boise. Idaho.
March 10th to
Overhauled and Refinished
With the Following Unpre
cedented Offer and Guaran
tee: Your Money Returned
On Any USED CAR pur
chased From Us After Seven
Daya If The Car Is Not All
That We Represent It To Be.
HUDSON SUPER-SIX CARS
Carry The Same Guarantee as
Cadillac Touring Car
Liberty Touring Car
Paige Touring Car
Enger Touring Car
Exceptional Values at
Guy L. Smith
2563 Farnam Street, S. E. Cor.
of 26th Street.
$100 -FORD -$100
Balance in monthly pay
ments, will buy a used
Ford car of real value.
New cars also sold on
time payment plan.
Ford repairing and Ford
Handy Ford Service Sta
tion, 15th and Jackson
Sts. Douglas 3500.
DON'T MISS US.
Used car show all week, almost new
Bulcks, Chalmers, Oaklands, Overland.
Chevrolets, Studebaker, Dodge, Max
wells and Fords.
TRAWVER AUTO COMPANV,
MEEKS AUTO CO.
Used eara bought, aold and exchanged
We buy for cash and sell on time. Full
line to select from. Middle State Oarage
2026-1 Farnam St. Douglaa 4101.
MEEK3 AUTO CO.
FOR SALE Buick light six touring car.
overhauled and repainted. Price 1850.
Car can be seen at Buick repair shop.
1611 Davenport street.
NEW retreader; latest and best out; costs
less; makes seven different treada. Write,
wire or call. Duplex Tire Co.. 114 South
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; service
station for R ivfield carburetors and
Columbia atore ' batteries. Edwarda.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO..
2020 Farnam St Omaha. Neb.
GLOBE VAN AND STORAGE CO.. all,
store your auto. Ratea tor Ford car.
13 a month; large cars. IS a month.
NEW and used Ford. Amea oodies. Im
mediate delivery. O'Rourke Goldatrom
Auto Co.. 3701 So 14th, So. 9.
BARGA1N3 IN USlf- CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
15th and Jackson. Ford Agents. D. 1500.
WB ARB TUB USED CAR MEN.
TRAWVER Al'TO CO..
1910 Furnaiu, -llaiuuy 414,
Tell ou1 t dont
)Mkl OAMCC 1r.iT,
&L1.L1NO only privately-owned used ears.
The Omaha. I"sed Car Market, ;&1"
Leavenworth ft. T.y!er 2347.
blXl'LKT Repairing Guaranteed aervlc.
lfith and Leavenworth. Pong. T0e(.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO....
1300 Furnam St
for magneto we can't fix; patentee
Affinity Spark Plug. O. Bays-
dorfer. 210 N. 18th.
WANTED FOR 4.POT CASH, 100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto
Exchange Co 2li5Farnam St. D jn3B
WILL" trade 1 kUDlamond for Ford or
other light car. Address D-1"0, uirta
""AUTO STOR AGE 24"HOL'R SERVICE.
lUth and i'an2.rtj'j Dmig.7"00.
75-bT Overland roadster. This car Is In
fine condition; must he sold; for quick
sale will take J223. Douglas 4442.
ATfERSON "6'' Cliunitny roadster; as
good as new. Call Douglas 2107. Ask
1915 FORD truck with touring body. This
Is a dandy buy at I21H. Douglas 4442.
1916 HUP; electrically
paint; 1200; will trade.
New Ford to out of town customers
GOOD USED CARS.
GUT L. SMITH.
THREE-QUARTER TON Stewart truck,
1375. Dreibus Candy Co.. Douglas 4272.
FORD TOURING car for sale,
dition. South 69.
NEW Ford touring bodies. 1125. 2230
1918" "OVKRLA n, model 85-4. Bargain
for cash. Webster J 91.
Autos for Hire.
KENT A NEW FORD
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
12 CENTS PKR MILK. I
YOU ARE COVERED BY INSUR
ANCE AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT
ING FROM ACCIDENT.
50 NEW 1919 MODEL FORD CARS.
FORD LIVER V CO..
DOUG. 31.22. 1314 HOWARD.
Tires and Supplies
VVK WILL SHIP subject to examanatiyn
our 3.500 mile guaranteed tires at these
Plain Rib Tread Non-skid
30x3 17.25 I 9.".5 110.00
30xS'i 10 11.25 13.00
'rlte for prices other sUes express, pre
paid, when full amount accompanies or
dr. STANDARD TIRE CO.,
410 North Sixteenth Street.
TIRES ONB-HAIF PRICE.
GUARANTEED 3.000 MILES.
30x1 1 15030xSVt .... ...I III
32X3H 10.15132x4 11.16
32x4 11.60134x4 12 00
We furnish the old Urea. :
Agents wanted. c .
I IN 1 VULCANIZING COMPANY1 '
1518 Davenport 8treet
NEW TIRES ON SALE.
Firestone. Congress. Lea Pullman, Flak
Write for prices. Mention s'.xea.
K A I M A N TIRE JOBBERS. 201C FARN A M
BARGAINS, new No. 1 tires and tubes
Tires 45 per cent off. List tuhes 35 per
cent, write or phone Webster 1034. Day
1S08 No. 24th.
GAIN more miles; have your ttrea is
treaded by O. A 43. Tire Co.
2415 Leavenworth. Tyler 12S1-W.
Repairing and Painting.
WE NOT ONLY REPAIR YOUR
RADIATOR, BUT CAN BUILD
YOU A NEW ONE.
RADIATOR REPAIR SHOPS and
DEALERS; Write us for prices on new
cores. . N.o 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.
1518 FORD SEDAN
Electric starter, demountable rims,
Kelly-Sprlngfleld tires. Excellent condi
tion. NEBRASKA BUICK
Phone Tyler 1760. lth and Howard.
EXPERT radiators, fendrrs and auto
bodies; repairing at .reasonable prices.
Prompt attention given to garage work
ship your radiator direct to ua.
NEBRASKA SERVICE GARAGE,
Doug. 7390. 218 8. lth St
F. P. Barnura Co., 2122 Cum-.ng. D 8044.
High grade Automobile Painting
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos. the Motorcycle Man. J7tn and
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
HARNESS, SADDLES and TRAVELING
We make them ouraelvea and aell
them direct to consumer. Why pay two
profita for 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 horae anC 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. L C Gallup,
SIX GOATS FOR SALE, reasonable. Easy
milkers. Phone Walnut 1027.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FOR SALE Eggs from pen of thorough
bred White Hose Comb. Wyandottes;
good laying strain. 12.51 per 15. pre
paid, on ordera booked by April 15. Mrs.
C. T. Charling, R 1 Box 27, Mead. Neb.
WHEAT screenings 12.25 per hundred. A.
W Wagner, 801 N. 16th St.. Doug. 1142.
WHITE ROCK HATCHING EGGS from
Omaha show winners. Benson 288.
HENRY SCHILKEFF and Bob Cave of
Havelock, Neb., missing from home since
Saturday. Henry is 12 years old; last
seen wearing blue-striped overalls, blue
serge coat, grey cap and grey-checkered
knee panta under overalls. He has
blue eyes, dark hair and round face.
Bob Cave Is 14, last seen wearing over
alls and grey coat and cap. Anyone
noticing these boya notify chief of po
lice. THE SALVATION Army Industrial Home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magatines. We collect We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
MRS. EMMA D1SCHNER. Route 5, Box
61. St. Joseph, Mo., will be glad tor
any Information as to the whereabouts
of her brother. Roy McAHstcr, Lsat
heard from in Omaha In IMS.
R1C HA RD HARRISON, EngTrshman, ago
38, bricklayer, In Omaha, 191. Anyone
knowing his address please write. Har
rison McNish. Assinibola. Saak., Canada.
"PURE GOLD" Margine; fresh dally, de
livered to your door once a week; worth
more; cost leas: also real buttermilk
WILL give good hom to small child for
I reasonable sum. No other children.
' lied 6193.
International Newt Ftrv!r.
( f V li WHAT DO YOU II T
I PkiT.vUF I I I I I MEAN PYV ifivim'I I
INSIST ON SHE? A LADY STAND WON'T in tiURE ANt ONE LP0 THE-UtEmOU-
) l00T5IDe-tH0V J,; 1 f FOP. OVER A JJ BEIOU
3S HI . 11 ffiB,
Receipts were: Cattle.
Official Monday .... 9.538
Official Tuesday 9.310
Official Wednesday.. 7,848
Estimate Thursday .. 3.560
Four days tills week. .29.744
Same days Isst week 23,201
Same daya 2 ws ago 27,700
Same days 3 ws ago 29.691
Same days year ago 26,219
Receipts and disposition of live stork at
the Union stock yards, Omaha. Neb., for
24 hours ending at 1 o'clock p. m , March
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C. & N. W., east
C. 4 N. W west
C, St. P,, M. & O
C B. & Q , eaat
C, B. & Q., west
C, R. I. & P., east
C . R. I. & P. west
Chicago G. W ,,
tie. Hogs. Sheep.
526 2.076 634
Swift & Co 1,
,105 3.028 2,73
Cuiiahy Packing Co....
Armour & Co 1,
Schwartz & Co
.1. W. Murphy
'Lincoln Packing Co....
So. Omaha Packing Co.
Maytrowich & Vail...
Benton & Van Sant....
F. P. Lewis
Huntzlnger & Oliver
.1. B. Root Co 1
.1. H. Bulla
Worthelmer & Degen..
Ellis & Co
Mo -Kan. C. A C. Co.. .
E. G. Christie
Jensen & Lundgren....
Dennis & Francis
Omaha Packing Co....
Other buyers 1,
Totals. . ,
.6,278 16,347 7,875
Cattle There was a fair run of 134 cars,
or 3.600 head of cattle and trading was
steady on desirable, weighty steers and
alow on plain underweight lots. Best steers
are 15cj)25c lower for the week and plain
gradea are fully that much lower. Butcher
stock was strong and 25c higher on every
thing except fanners and cutters and plain
killers and fully steady with a week ago,
on anything desirable. Stockers and feeders
were strong and 25c 2 50c higher for the
Cattle Prime steers. 18.0018.75;
good to choice beeves, I17.35ffil7.75"; fair
to good beeves, JT4.7517.00; common to
fair beeves, I13.7514.50; good to choice
yearlings, 14.0017.00; fair to geod
yearlings, 112. 50514. 50;. common to fair
yearlings, I9.00gl2.25; good to choice
heifers, 12.6015.40; prime cows. 112.50
14.00; good to choice cows, 110.25
12.00; fair to good cows, I8.6010.00;
common to fair cows, 5.507.60; choice
to prime feeders, 14.0015.76; good to
choice feeders, . $11.6013. 75; medium to
good feeders, I10.50ll.50; good to
choice stockers, I10.0012.00; fair to good
stockers, 19.00 10.00; common to fair
stockers, 17.00 8.50; stock helfera, 17.00
8.60; stock cows, 6.767.50; stock
calves, 8.0011.50; veal calves, 18.00
13.50; bulls, stags, etc., 9.50tl.00.
Hogs Receipts were 232 loads, esti
mated at 16,800 head. The bloom present
the fore part of the week was entirely
missing today. The market opened with
a very fow sales to shippers, steady to
10 cents lower, when It went dead .for a
period, finally resuming shortly before
10 o'clock all the way from 20 eenta to
40 centa lower than yesterday. Bulk of
today's sales was $18.60 18.90, with a
top at $19.10.
Sheep There were 2T loads of sheep
and lambs here today, estimated at 5,700
head. Demand was broad and the trade
opened at an early hour, fully 25fl50c
higher, than yesterday, fat lambs selling
mostly from $19.10 to $19.50, with a top
of $19.65. Fat ewes sold from $13.00 to
$13.50, with yearlings and wethers at
$17.00. Trade was active at the advance.
Quotations on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice, $1.0019.66; lambs, fair te good,
$18.50019.00; lamb feeders, $16.5017.76;
yearlings, good to choice, $16.60 17.76;
wethers, fat, $13.0014.60; ews, good to
choice. $12.7513.60; ewes, fair to good,
$12.00(3)12.75; ewe feeders, $7.0008.50.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, planoa and notes a secui
Ity, $40. mo., H. goods, total, $1.60
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETT.
482 Security Bldg., lth (farnam. Ty. Ill
LOANS ON DIAMONDS. JEWELRY AND
f.IRERTT BONDS. 41 Of
10 W. C. FLATAU. EST. 111. '0
8TH FLK. SECURITY BLDG.. TY. 6.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Maleshock, 1614 Todge, D. 6619. Eat 181
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS
The late J. P. Mor
gan, World's great
est financier, said:
"The man who
owns his home has
a better standing
with his family,
his employer, his
associates and his
bank than has the
man who des not
own his home."
One acre and a 5-R. all modern
house, four blocks to car. Snap
at $3300. $250 cash, balance
fSV BEAVERS .
760 Omaha Nat'I Bank.
and Industrial News of
Omaha, March II, 1919.
Receipts of grain were very light, rorn
constituting the bulk of the arrivals, with
27 cars. Wheat receipts were 6 cars, oats
13 cars, rye 2 cars and barley 1 car.
Corn prices ranged from uio'lianged to
8 cents higher with the market general
ly at an advance, offerings had a reatly
Oals declined 14c to 1c, will;' the bulk
a cent lower.
Rye and barley were unchanged. Scarce
ly enough wheat showed up to make a
market. The few samples brought about
OMAHA FUTURE MARKET
Art. Op. nTHtghTLow! J Close, f TcVy.'
Mar. 1.43 .4j
May 1.41 1.41 1 384 1.38 1 1.4J,
July 1.364 1.36's 1.334 1.334 1 38
Mar 604 ,614
May 63 ,63
July 61 ,6 2
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts Today. Wk. Ago. Yr. Ago
Wheat 5 3
Corn 27 n iss
Oate .., 13 ir, 1s
Re 2 3 2
Barley 1 i
Wheat 12 1,-, 16
Corn 43 ir,.t
Oats 22 17 21
Rye . . . . 4 i
Barley 5 7 1
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS
Wheal Corn. (lain
Chicago 1 off 33
KanRas City 17 13
St, Louis .,,.12 f,4 r,
Minneapolis 261 '
Dulutli 4 ,.
Winnipeg- 31 ,
....... ..... v i,, x lr IOIUI, Jl.Mt 1
Car, $1.43. No. 4 white. 1 car. It US K. 1
yellow, 1 car (old), $1.47: 3 cars, $1.46; 1
car shipper's weights), $1.46. No. 4 yel
low (old), $1.46; 6 cars, $1.42; 2 cars.
$1.41; 1 oar, $1.40; 1 car, $1.39. No. 6 yel
low, 1 car (shipper's weight), $1.37; 2
cars. $1.37. No. I yellow, 1 car, $1.34 No
3 mixed, r car. $1.43: 1 car. $1.41. No. 6
mixed, 1 car (shipper's weights), $1.36 1
car, $1.34; 1 car, $1.33.
oata no. $ white. 1 car (shipper's
weights). 62c: 1 car. onto- 2 car. aiun-
5 cars. 61c. No. 4 white. 1 or 'tlef A
Rye No. 2, 1 car, $1.40.
Barlev No 3. 1 enr QAe ..I..I.J
ca,rs. 92c. ' '
Wheat No. 4 hard, 1 car (smutty),
$2.38. Sample hard, 1 car, $2.24. No. 1
spring. 1 car (smuttv). 12 29 Nn 9 mi,.j
2 cars, (durum). 12.12.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
- Chicago, March 13. Corn nluneed heav
ily downward In price today owing In the
main to word that the government nro.
posed to take stern action atratnst any
attempt to hoard foodstuffs. The market
closed weak, 4 to 4c net lower, with
May 11.36 4 to 1.36'4, and July $1,314
to $1.81 Vi. Oats loat 14c to 24c, and
provisions 6O0 to $1.00.
Waves of selling In the corn market
clearly Indicated that the sentiment of the
trade had undergone almost a complete
reversal over night. From the outset, at
tention irom every quarter rocussed on
the prospect of rigorous federal measures
said to be In store for individuals who
took undue advantage of the recent lettina
down of bars by the food administration.
Ihe ract that railroads had again em
bargoed freight shipments to New York,
and that an acute stage had once more
been reached In the harbor strike there
counted also as a depressing Influence.
Additional purchasing of Argentine corn
to come to the United States tended like
wise to deprive the market of support, ex.
cept from profit-taking shorts.
Oats broke In sympathy with corn.
Maximum declines took place In pro
visions. Packers were said to be on the
selling aide, and there was mention of
difficulty in obtaining vessel room for ex
ports. Additional purchasing of Argentine corn
to come to the United States tended to
prevent any important rally. The close
was weak, 4c to 4e net lower, with May
$1,36 4 to 1.364, and .July $1,314 to
Difficulty In obtaining vessel room for
exports bad considerable bearish Influence,
but the main factor appeared to be gos
sip about government action to be taken
Chicago, March 13. Cash quotations:
Corn No. 8 yellow, $1.4344 4M.46; No. 4
yellow, $I.421.43; Nn. 5 yellow, $1.89$
Oats No. 3 white, II 62c ; standard.
Rye No. 2, $1.491.49 4.
Barley 849Sc. -
Seeds Timothy $7.6010.50; clover,
Provisions Pork Nominal; lard, $27.12;
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
Bee by Logan & Bryan, atock and grain
brokers, 815 South Sixteenth street,
Art. I Open. High. I Low. Cloa. Yes.
Mar 1.48 1.47 1.43 1.44 1.4$
May 1.89 1.39 1.36 1.36 1.46
J'ly 1.34 1.34 1.31 1.314 1.35
Sep. 1.30 1.30 1.274 1.274 1.324
Mar .634 .634 .62 .624 .644
J'ly .63 .634 .614 -64
May 46.25 47.00 45.00 46.00 46.00
J'ly 43.15 43.15 42.05 42.05 43.05
May 27.60 27.60 27.17 27.12 27.62
J'ly 27.20 27.47 26.47 26.47 26.97
May 126.40 25.40 24.80 24.77 26.27
J'ly 124.15 24.15 23.60 23.62 24.00
Minneapolis, March 18. Flour Un
changed. Barley 77 iff 88c.
Rye No. 2, $1,464 ffl
Oats 58 68 4c
Flax $3,654 3.66.
Kansas City I J to Stork.
Kansas City, Mo., March 13. Corn
March. $1,32 4: May, $1.89; July, $1,34 4:
Omaha Hay Market.
No. midland prairie hay, $26.50 to
$27.50; No. 2 midland prairie bay, $24.00 to
No. 1 lowland prairie hay, $22.00 to
$24.00; No. 2, $18.00 to $20.00; No. 8. $14.00
Choice alfalfa, $32.00; No. 1, $30.00 to
$31.00; standard, $28.06 to $29.00; No. 2,
$25.00 to $27.00; No. 3, $22.00 to $23.00.
Oat atraw. $12.00 to $18.00; wheat straw.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York, March 13. Evaporated Ap
Peaches Supplies light.
New Vork ttugar.
New York, March 13. Sugar Unchanged
Drawn for The Bee by
00 ARE AVFULLX KINO - I
New York, March 13. Reactionary ten
dencies were uppermost during the greater
part of today's very lively stock market,
prices breaking sharply at times In those
Ipsu'-s which recently were the objects of
In place of the public Interest manifest
at Intervals earlier In the week, there were
indications of more extensive realizing
sala under cover of feverish activity in a
fow of the high priced specialties.
Aside from the publication of several
statements of earnings by Industrial com
panies which were less favorable than yes
terday's exhibits and the suspension of
the "extra" quarterly dividend on the
stojt of one of the Important copper pro
ducers, there was little In the day's hsp
penings to explain the reverBl.
Cables continued to heighten the Im
pression In financial circles of an early
determination of the fundamental features
beforo the peace conference and Washing
ton reported headway In the conferences
between the administration and railroad
executives, although rails were almost a
The one outstanding feature was fur
nished by Industrial Alcohol, which next
to United States Steel, was the most ac
tive issue of the day with an extreme ad
vance of 15 points.
United Statea Stel fluctuated within a
radius of almost 3 points, but was under
constant pressure, closing at a fractional
loss, but related Industrials and equip,
tnr'nts. also leathers, tobaccos, some of
ihe ol.l oils and fertilizers were firm to
Trniling in bonds was a trifle broader
and firm in the main, although Liberty
issues wcr irregular and Anglo-French
5a yielded a trifle.
Total sales , par value, aggregated $11,
250.000. Old United States bonds un
changed on call.
Number of shares and
of prices of
47 48 4
61 61 4
107 108 4
the leading stocks:
Am. Beet Sugar
American Can .. 13.500
Am. Car & Fdry. 7.600
Am- Tjocomotlye. 3,700
Am. S. & Ref. .. 8.700
Am. Sub. Ref... 2.100
Am. Tel. ft Tel., . 3,200
Am. Zinc, L. & S. 600
Anaconda, Copper 3,700
A G & W I S S t 1,800
Bait. & Ohio... 700
Butte & S. Cop. 200
Canadian Pacific 1,100
Central Leather, 33,600
Ches. & 0 1,400
Chi. Mil. & St. P. 4,400
Chi. A N. W... 200
R. I. & P. ctfs 11.600
Col. Fuel & Iron. 800
Corn. Prod. Ref., 52,100
Crucible Steel ..
Cuba Cane Sug.
Great. Nor. pfd. .
G. N. Ore CUs...
III. Central ....
I. M. Marine pfd.
K. C. Southern..
Maxwell Motors. 600
Mex. Petroleum.. 68,700
Miami Copper .. 1,800
Missouri Pacific... 3,200
Nevada Copper.. 300
New York Central 1,300
N. Y., N. H. & H. 2.400
Nor. & Western.. 200
Northern Pacific 1.900
Pac. Tel. & Tel.. 200
Pennsylvlnla .... 1,600
Pittsburg Coal.. 400
Ray Con. Cop. .. 1.600
Rep. Iron & Steel 7,900
Shat. Ariz. Cop.. 200
Southern Pacific. 25,000
Southern Rail. .. 2.800
Studebaker Cor.. 47,400
Texas Co 35.00
Union Pacific... 1,300
U. S. I. Alcohol. 64.600
U. S, Steel 169,100
IT. S. Steel pfd..
128 4 140
tah Copper ... 3.800
Western Union .. 200
W house Electric 6.400
Beth. "B" 18,400
Total shares for the
Furnished by Peters Trust Company.
First Liberty S4i 98.50
Second Liberty 4 93.74
Third Liberty 44 95.20
Fourth Liberty 4 4s 93.98
Am. For. Securities (1919)... 9im h"4
Am. Tel. & Tel. 6s (1925). 1034 104
Am. Telephone 6s (1924) 994 99
Am. Tobacco 7s (1922) 1024 103
Am. Tobacco 7s (1923) 1024 102
Anaconda Copper 6s (1929).. 97 1-16 97
Anglo French 5s (1920) 974 97
Arm. Con. Deb. 6s (1619) 100 100
Arm.on. Deb. 6s (1923) .. .100 100
Arm. Con. Deb. 6s (1923) ... .100 100
Arm. Con. Dob. 6s (1924). .. .100 100
Beth. Steel 7s (1919) iuui-hiwh
Beth. Steel 7a (1922) 1014 101
Beth. Steel 7s (1923) 1014 101
Canada 6s (1921) 98 9S4
Cudahy 7s (1923) 1014 1014
Int. R. T. lis (1921) u
Kan. City Ter. 6s (1923) 100 i""1
Proctor & G. 7s (192S) 103 103
Proctor & G. 7s (1922) 1024 102
Russian Rubles 64s (1936). .128 134
Union Pacific 6s (1928) 1034 104
Wilson & Co. s (1928)...... 944 94
New York Bonds.
U. 5. 2s. rcg... 97Gt. N. 1st 44a 854
U. S. 2s, coup. 97I. C. ref. 4s 80
IT. S. 3s, reg.. 89 Int. M. M. 6s.. 98
U. S. 3s, coup. 89 K. C. S. ref. 5s 84
U S. Lib. 3 4s 89.52L. & N. un. 4s 84 4
IT. S 4s rcg. .105 M K & T 1st 4s 65
U. S. 4s, coup.. 105 Mo. P. gen. 4s 61
Am For Beo Cs 99Monr. rower os 3
Am. T. A T. c. 5s 904N. Y. C. deb. 6s 984
Anelo-French 5a 974'N. rac. 4s.... b.iu
Arm A- Co. 44 88V.N. Pac. 3s 69
Atchison gen. 4s 83 "O. . L. ref 4s Bo 4
B. A O. cv. 4 4s 77 4Pao T. & T. 6s 92 4
Beth Steel r. 5s 89 4Penn. con. 44s 95
Cen. Leather 6s 964Penn. gen. 44s 864
Cen. Pacific 1st 79Readlng gen. 4s 854
C. A O. cv. 6s 86 S L A S F a 6s 66 4
C B & Q Joint 4s 95 S. Pac. cv. 6s 103
C M & S P c 44 78S. -Hallway 6s.. 934
C R I P r. 49 72T. P. 1st.. 90
C. A 9. r. 4 4 78 Union Paciflo 4s 864
1) ft R G r. 6s 79 IT. S. Rubber 6s 864
D of C 6s (1931) 97U. S. Steel 6s 1004
Erie gen. 4a 544'Wabash 1st .. 93
Gen. Klec. Es 100 French 5 105 3-16
New Tork Money.
New York, March 13. Mercantile Pa
Mexican Dollars Unchanged.
Time Loans Firm; unchanged.
Call Money Unchanged.
. Liberty Bond Prices.
New York, March 18. Prices of Liberty
bonds at 11:30 a. m. today were: 34s,
M.64; first 4a. 94.24; second 4s. 9366;
first 4'is. 94. 5; second 44. 93 10; third
I',.-, 95.14, fourth i'.ta, 93.92.
Wholesale prlros of beef ruts: Loins,
No. 3, 464c; No. 3, 27c. Ribs No. I,
184c; No. 3. 21 4c. Rounds, No. 2. 27c;
No. 3, 234c. Chucks, No. 3, 234c; No. 3.
174c Plates, 154. ;. No. 3. 134c
Orangs80-96.lml, $,'..75; 1:6, $6.00;
150-324. $6.26; 176, 2"n. 216. 253, 28, $6.60.
Grape Fruit Dr. Phillips, 36, 46, $5.60;
Dr. Phillips. 64, $6 00; Pr Phillips. 61, SO,
$6.60. Chase Co. Palm Florida. 86,
$4.50; 46, J4.76; 54, $5 .00.
Lemons Golden bowls. 300, 360, $6.00;
other brands, 300, 360, $5,50
Bananas 7 4c.
Apples Fancy wine saps, 138. 160, 168,
175. $4.50; 188, 200. $4.25; "C" grade Ben
Davis, 125, 130, 150, 163, 175, $3.60; bar
rel apples, Ben Davis and Ganos, $12.00.
Potatoes Colorado white 0. 8. No. 1,
cwt., $1 75; branded B. R. Ohlos, per cwt.,
Sweet Potatoea California baskets.
Red Onions Sk lots, 6e.
Cabbage California cratea - (marked
wt.), 4c; small lots. 8c; head lettuce
(about 54 dos. ), crt.. $8.00; head lettuce,
doze, $1.50; leaf lettuce, doz., 70c; shal
lots, carrots, turnips, doz., 75c; beets,
parsley, doz., 76c; southern radishes, doz.,
75c; home grown radishes, doz., 60c; 8
doz. leaf lettuce, 1 doz. shallots. 1 dos.
H. G. radishes, basket, $3.60; artichokes,
doz., $2,110; Brussels sprouts, lb., 20c; spln
sch, lb., 10c; peppers, lb., 25c; hot house
cukes, doz., $2.00 to $4.00: celery, Flori
da, doz., $2,00; celery, Florida, crt., $7.00;
cauliflower, crt., $2.00.
Old Roots Beets, carrots, lb., So; tur
nips, parsnips, lb.. 8c; rutabagoes, lb.,
Onion Sets Red and yellow, bu $2.60;
wilto, bu., $4.25. .
Miscellaneous Cracker Jack, Checkers
and Chums, case lots, $5.60; Vj case lots,
$2.65: shelled pop corn, 124c; Alrllno
honey, 2 doz. 6 oz.. per case, $4.20; 3 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.
St. Louis Uve Stork.
St. Louis. Mo.. March 13. Cattle Re
ccipts, 2.S00; best, strong to higher;
others, steady; native beef steers, $11.60
18.50; yearling steers and heifers, $9.604ji
16.00; cows. $12.(I0 13.60; stockers and
feeders. $10.00(013.50; fair to prime south
ern beef steers. $10.00(9 18.00; beef cows
and heifers. $750616.00; canners and
cutters, $5.507.26; native calves, $7.75
Hogs Receipts. 15,900: market, 10 to 15
cents lower; lights, $19.00(819.60; pigs,
$15.00 18.00; mixed and butchers, $19.10
19.70: good heavy, $19.6019.80; bulk,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,600;
steady; lambs, $l.O019.25; ewes, $12.00
13.60; canners and choppers, $5.00
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City. Mo., March 13. Cattle
receipts 1,800; no southerns; 10 to 15
centa higher; prime fed steers, $18.00 4?
19.00; Crossed beef steers, $12.0018.00;
western steers, $13. 0017.00; southern
steers, nominally, $7.00SS13.00; cows, $9.00
14.00; heifers, f 10.00 rrji 11. 60 ; stockers
and feeders, $12.00ii16.50; bulls, $9.00
12.00; calves, $10.00 tfo 14.50.
Hogs 6,000; steady; bulk, $18.75
19.15; heavy, $18.954ij19.35; packers and
butchers, $18.0itnu.35; lights, $18.60
19.25; pigs, $14.00f)18.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,000; 25
to 60 cents higher; lambs, tlS.2EeiV.76;
yearlings. $16.60(317.5O; wethers, $14.60W
15.00; ewes, $13.60014.50; stockers and
feeders, 115.50 17.50.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City, la., March I3.i-Cattle Re
ceipts, 1,700 head; market steady; beef
Bteera. $1 1.60 1 6.00; fat cows and heifers,
I7.50ifiil2.75; canners. $5.50j)7.00; stockers
and feeders. $7.50(1J 11.60; feeding cows and
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; market,
10c40c lower; light, I18.30wll.75; mixed.
$18.50318.85; heavy, $18.6018.00; bulk of
Sheep Receipts, 1,000 head; market,
New York General.
New York, March 13. Flour Firm:
spring patents and Kansas straights, $11.00
Wheat Spot, steady; No. 2 red, $2.34.
track New York.
Corn Spot, easy; No. 2 yellow, and No.
2 white, $1.6. cost and freight New
,Oats Spot, easy; standard. 72c.
Lard Easy; mlddlewest, $27.6027.70.
Other articles unchanged.
Chicago, March 13. Butter Highor;
creamery. 50 58c.
Eggs Higher; receipts. 9,892 cases;
firsts, 38 4e; ordinary firsts, 38c; at mark.
Cases Included, 37 4 38 4 c.
Potatoes Higher; receipts, 30 cars;
Wisconsin and Michigan, $1.60 1.70; Min
nesota, $1.40 1.60.
Poultry Alive, unchanged.
New York Produce.
New York. March 13. Butter Hisher;
creamery higher than extras, 62624c;
extras. 61jii614o; flrts, S8604c
Eggs Steady; unchanged.
Cheese Firm; unchanged.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Mo., March 13 racking
butter, 2 centa up; 36c.
Poultry and Eggs Unchanged.
New York Cotton.
New York, March 13, Cotton closed
barely ateady, with last prices net un
changed to 25 points, higher on the new
and net unchanged to 95 points higher
on the old style months.
and other Investments Bought For Cash
New York market prices paid on all
Mack's Bond House
1421 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 3644
1 Aiiitn 4
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II. C, OF MATERIAL
AND LABOR HITS
Master Plumbers in Conven
tion Here Unanimous in
Declaring Their Work
Will Cost More.
If j oil are contrmpIatinB doiiiR
ome plumbing this spring:, you liar!
1'Ctter sire tip your bank account
and count (he cash in your pockets
prior to placing your order. It i;
Going to cost money and real bis
money, too, to have any plumbing
done, according to the delegates at
tending the annual convention ol
the Nebraska Master Plumbers
association, in session in Omaha.
While the end of the war hai
brought about a reduction in cer
tain necessities, it has not been fell
by the master plumbers who are
engaged strictly in doing plumbing.
Material i as high, if not highet
than a year ago and from 50 to 7t
per cent higher than it was five
Labor too, lias become a big
problem. Pay for men in the shops
and out on the jobs, thev assert,
is 25 to 50 per cent above the prices
of five years ago. There is nothing
to indicate a reduction. Five years
ago journeymen plumbers were paid
40 to oO cents an hour and this
spring the scale starts in at $1.25,
and there is a scarcity of men too,
The morning session of the plumb
ers' convention opened with a ques.
tion box and the discussion of
"What is a fair profit?" Many ol
the delegates maintained that con
sidering all angles of the business,
20 per cent is not too much, while
others maintained that fairly good
money could be made on 10 per
J. W. Gamble, president of the
Chamber of Commerce, delivered a
short address, predicting great busi
ness prosperity for Nebraska and
the entire central west during the
"Business Efficiency from the Of
fice Standpoint," was discussed by
C. E. Cantrcll of Grand Island, and
"Selling, the Plumbing and Heating
Idea to the Public. Ihe session
closed with an address by John Sul
livan, manager of the L, Wolfe
This afternoon the plumbers are
holding their business jnd
tonight they will end the convention
with a dance at the Hotel Castle.
Chicago Uve fslucK.
Chicago, March 13. (U. 8. Bureau of
Markets) Cattlt Receipts, ,000; beet
steers and she-stock, 15 to 25 cents high
er; top steers, $20.35, a now record for the
year; calves, bulls and feeders, steady;
estimated tomorrow, 4,009; Beef cattle,
good, choice and prime, $16. 8620. 35;
common and medium, $10.65 16. 8r;
butcher stock, cowa and heifers. $ 7.25 6
15.75; canners and cutters, $6.007.25:
stockers and feeders, good choice and
prime, til. JO'S 15 25; Inferior, common and
medium, t8.2T.fi 11.25; veal calves, good
and choice, $17.6018.0.
Hogs Receipts, 26,000: market mostly
25 to 30 cents lower than yesterday's
average; early top, $11.80: practical ton
late, $19.60; estimated tomorrow. 26,000;
hulk of sales, $ 19.1 .1 (gC 19 60; butchers,
$19,36519.60; light, $18.851.40; pack
ing. $18.0019.30; throughout, $17.26
18.00; pigs, good to choice, $17.0018.2 .
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 14,000
head: market opened steady to strong:
best lambs held higher; lambs, choice and
prime, $!9.7619.90; medium and good.
$18.5019.75: culls, $15.2517.00; ewes,
choice end prime. 813.85(814.26; medium
and good, $11.25813.85; culls, 6.009.oo.
St. Joseph Live stork.
St. Joseph, March 13. Cattle Receipts,
1.000 head; market higher; steers, $16.00
to 18.00; cows snd heifers, $6.O011.5O:
Hogs Receipts, 2,600 head: market
slow; top, $19. 2; bulk, $18.76(8119.10.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 4.500 head:
market higher; lambs, $18.00019.60; ewes,
Tnrpentlne and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., March 13. Turpenlne
Firm, a 654c; sales, 368 bbls.; receipts,
369 bbls.; shlpmcns, 132 bbls.; sock, 26,
Roslr. Nominal Rales, none; receipts,
115 casks; shipments, 86 rssks; stock. 66.
429 casks. Quote: B, 113.10; D,E, 113.15;
F, $13.20; G, $13.25; H, $13.30; I, $13.65;
K. $15.75; M, $16.35; N, WG, $16.30; WW,
New York Cotton.
New York, March 13. Cotton Futures
opened barely steady: March, old. 26.47r;
May, old. 24.13c: new, 24.35c; July, old,
23.06c; new, 23.40c; October, old. 21.60c;
net 22.10c; December, old, 21.55c; new,
New York, March 13. Closing prices on
Liberty bonds today were 34s, $98. 44;
first 4s, $94.32; second 4s, $93.72; first 44s.
$94.64; second 44s, $93 80; third 44.
$95.18; fourth 44s. $93.92.
New York Metals.
New York. March 13. Copper--Dull;
electrolytic. 144 4? 15c.
Spelter and Lead Unchanged.
At London: Spot: Tin, 241 6s; othen
St. Louie Grain.-
St. Louis, March 13. Corn May,
$1.39: July. $1,844.
Jats May, 6e; July, 62o.
London, March 13. Money and dis
Dululh, March 13. Linseed $3.68.
UitriilrJ Tile Sib
Bulrt Complete Upon Voue rarm.
Absolutely Guaranteed to Stand.
A Silo save feed. Saving fed
aaves money. The money saved on
the feed bill In on season will pay
the cost of the Silo and
A TURNER TILE SILO LASTS A
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