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THE BEE:- OMAHA; FfilPAY, APRIL 11, 1919.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
I1! ELD CLUB STUCCO
Fin raft front house located on 1.14
St, near Poppleton avno. Ha large
t llTinf room with fireplace, dlnlns room.
ki Rood Bandy kitchen on tint floor three
well arranred bad room with food
losers, bath on cond floor. Every
hln In eseellent condition. Mce
. D.V.SHOLES CO.,
9ig-lT City Nat'l Bank BM Dou 4.
On of th moat complete homes;
large living room with fireplace; dining
room. den. breakfast room, vary com
lete kitchen: four aleeplng rooms and
keeping porch: attic; largo complete
baaement; cament driveway to the gar
age; aouth front lot with plenty of
shrubbery; price, 910,809.
W. H. GATES,
1 On. Wat. Bank Bldg. D. 1194.
JAS. X FITZGERALD, Oil South I4tb
St.. "Insurance." Buy and aell property.
Real aatata mortgage loana promptly
A. W. JONES, Booth Omaha, buya, aelle.
exchangee all klnda of property. Tot
results, quick action, aea ua
REAL ESTATE-OTHER CITIES
ZD rooma, newly remodeled and paint
ed and papered throughout. The only
hotel In town of 700 population. In east
central Nebraska. Thin house la doing
a nice business. If you want a good
bualneae do not paaa thla up, but come
and Investigate at once. Can be
bought on very attractive terms. Good
reason for aelllng. Addreaa Box 786,
Central City, Neb.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
We have caah buyers for well located
bungalowa and residence worth the
money. For quick resulta Hat with ua.
O'NKIL'S R. E. INS. AGENCT.
9S3-8 Brandel Theater Bldg.
Tel. Tyler 10Z4,
1 HAVE a man who will buy your Im-
. proved property and pay cub for It
but the price moat be right.
OEOROB r. JONES. REALTOR.
938 City Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1946.
WANTED To buy a five-room bungalow
In good neighborhood. Can make 13.600
flrat payment Call E. R. Ragan, Mar
nay 9199, or Tyler 1000. Am not a
IjST your property for aale with J. B.
Roblneon for quick sales. 443 Bee Bldg.
Phone Doug, 9097.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
HAVE INQUIRIES for good homee tn
good location Do you want to aell your
property T Ltat It with C. A. GRIM
MER, 849 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg.
LIST your property with ua. We have
call for home and inveetmenta.
McCAGUB INV. CO.
Phone P. 4. ' nth and Podge.
TOR quick sales list your propety with
W. O. SHRIVEB,
1J4T-9 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg Doug. 1638.
FOR quick result list your property with
a P. BOSTWICK & SON.
809 Bee Bldg. Tyler 1806.
WANT Hating on your property. Have
huyere. Eugene Thomaa, 419 Karbach
' Blk Dougiaa 8607.
8HOPEN COMPANY. Doug.
1100 to 110,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Weed. Wead Bldg., lgth and Farnaro.
Real Eitate Loans and Mortgages.
CONVERT that lnatallment loan on your
home Into a ntratght five-year mortgage
and avoid those monthly payments.
B. H. LOITOKE, INC., 838 Keellne Bldg.
MONET to lend on Improved Real Estate.
Intereat payable (eml-annually. W. H
THOMAS & SON. 228 Keellne Bldg.
CITV and farm loans; 6ft and ( per cent;
no delay. J. H. Dumont A Co., 411
No Delay Closing Loana,
W. T. GRAHAM,
999 Bee Bldg. Doug. 1521.
LOW ratea without delay.
til Brandela Theater Bid-.
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NEB. FARMS
(VKEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.
1038 Omaha Nal, Bk. Bldg. P. 2718.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
ABOUT 38 aerea of high, sightly, wooded
land overlooking the Missouri river, with
vlewa that cannot be excelled In tbia
port of tte country. Five blocks from
, car line. Water main and cement side
walk laid along nearly 200 feet of prop
erty. Ideal aite for a country home with
posaibllltlet) for platting and aelllng off
a portion so aa to realise considerably
more than the price asked. No trades.
Caah only. Telephone Dougiaa 2277.
40 ACRES Improved, close in; Immediate
possession. Elof Nllsson, 433 Securities
Our next round trip 130 excursion to
McGehee, Ark. For homeseeksrs only
W. S. FRANK.
to Neville Blk.. Omaha.
CANADA LAND WANTED. Give legal
description, and beat price and tcrma In
flrat letter. Address 834 Metropolitan
Bank Building. Minneapolis. Minn.
EAST payments, 180 acres In co-operative
reserve, takeup, own land under ' pre
emption or homestead; Cattle' range; on
1 auto road. Hotel Plaza, Rogers.
CHOICE Imp. or raw quarter, half aec
on larger, Lincoln Co., bargains; for
terms, J. L. Maurer, Arriba, Colo.
0 A. POULTRY and hog farm, good 6-R
house, 6 A, choice garden land, balance
: rough timber paature, near school and
R. R. station, 14 ml. Co. Bluffs, on fine
level road. Price 23.000; encumbrance
$900. TO A. Wills Co., Iowa. 28 A. cult..'
balance rough timber pasture; atl fenced
hog tight; good cottage, well and barn.
, Easy terma. Possession both places at
once. Chas. F. Davis, Paclflo Junction.
' ' Kansas Lands.
CHEYENNE Co. I offer 84-14-48.
4 and See. 9-18-45, 1,20 acres, all with
in four miles of First View. Price, 211.60
par acre. All must be sold together. H.
C. Wear. 61 4th Nat'l. Bank Bldg.,
KIOWA Co. N 11-19-53 and S 14-19-81
(40 acre good land, two sets of
Improvements, located tan miles south
west of Haswell. Price, 14,600. H C.
Wear, il 4th Nat'l. Bank Bldg.. Wichi
MY TIME NEARLY OUT PRICE GOES
VP APRIL -28TH IF I DON'T SELL IT.
The 3.480 acre ranch' on east Pine Ridge,
30 miles from Crawford; II miles from
Marsland. with Its 300 ncres under, culti
vation. Its 2400 acres farmable. Ita most
excellent aotl and all its Improvements,
at only 118 en acre and only 811.000 or
220,000 down, and th balance back on
long time at per cent, la all off in just
a few day. I have already been legally
notified, to take this off the list if I
do not sell It. That meaae a big jump
, In price. If yon can'$ aea your way
clear to control aa big a ranch aa this
yoarself, come and buy it anyway, out
out 1,000 er 1.80 acres that you do
want to keep, and turn the rest of it
back to .me to sell In smaller tracts. I
rill Hat it back at bom 120 to 223 and
134 an acre, it yon will let. me aell It
in half section tracts. Tou could pick
out your choice and sell oft the rest It
; is located In the best farming section
of all the west Everyone will admit
that Don't wait and let the prtce go
up. It la abselutely all oft on April :8th.
Please act today. If I waan't tied up
in so many places, I would buy It In
v myself. It is a dandy. I hate to eee my
Its Orient run eat I would like to band
It to a client. I. could stretch a point
and handle 1-3 or H Interest In it until
we could sell off enough to pay me cut,
1c you wasted me to. Come at once and
look thia over. Aran L. Hungerford,
Crawford, Nebraska. 9
r fOK BALE Five section, fenced, living
water: 1,000 acres tillable; long grass
pasture. A real stock and grain prope-
uun. ,j. n. larier. Busn an. Men
12 ACRES improved; western Nebraaka
Wheat farm el til 1AA A mlt,w
buy. C D. Armstrong. 325-6 Securities
a j. T-i i . -. -
139 acre good Toil north of Atkinson, Neb
146 acres broke: smsll improvements.
Terma easy. Apply to P: W. Duffy,
Sheriff, O'Neill. Ne
BRINGING UP FATHER
ID LIKE TO iO TO
OOTIN' TONI4HT IP 00'L
TELU ME HOW 1 KIN. 1T
FARM ANR RANCH LANDS.
820 acres all In winter wheal, good
black soli, clay subsoil, level land.
Near Sidney, Nebraska. No Improve
ments, except some fence. Prtce
2K0.00 per acre, terma. Cash (8,000.00,
balance easy terms. One-third of wheat
goea to buyer of land. Good roads.
Seven miles to market. Addresa Her
man C Dlerks, 1101 Lincoln Blvd.. Oma
WRITK n.e for picture and price of my
farms and ranchea in good old Dawes
county. Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford,
FOR NEBRASKA LANDS SEE
A. A. PATZMAN,
301 Karbach Blk. Tyler 684.
MERRICK COUNTY. Improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right, price. M. A.
LARBON. Central City. Ncfr.
IMPROVED and unimproved wheat farms.
Kimball Co., Nebraska. R. E. Holmes,
JORDAN VALLEY, Oregon, offer yon a
home In the land of sunshine, where
oondltlous are right for raising alfalfa
and cam?. Addresa, Jordan Valley
Farms. Boise Idaho.
WHE ATL aND Wyoming farms, 80 per
a., including paid up water right Henry
Levi & C. M. Rylander, 864 Omaha Nat.
131 Acres, $3,800, With
Pair Horses, 10 Cows and '
All farming Implements, wagons, car
riages, hay, fodder; near railroad town,
easy drive city 100,000. 76 acres heavy
cropping tillage, 28-cow pasture, mile
creamery, wood, timber, fruit, berries.
Oood IS -room house, large bsrn, ello,
granary, corn houses. To settle, quick
buyer gets equipped money-making farm
83.800, easy terms. Details page 42
Spring Catalog 1 States, copy free,
Strout Farm Agency, 402-A, Bee Bldg.
FOR SALE, CATTLE RANCH.
1,760 acres, 160 acres under plow, (0
acres in crop, 30 acres alfalfa; barn
40x80 and 6-roora house; 10 miles fence;
running water. Price, 318 per acre; one
third down, balance good terma at rea
sonable rate of Interest. Address,
Moras A Wright. Ryegate, Montona,
P. O. Box 104.
IF you are looking for land out west and
want it at the right prtce, write to mn
about it. D. W. Adams, H41 Central
Tramway Loop, Denver. Colo. Formerly
of Nebraska and Iowa.
KIMBALL County. Neb., Laramie county,
Wyoming, farm land; particular from
C V. NELSON,
618 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
TWO rare burgatna In Red River valley
land, 828 ar.d $30 per acre; not an
agent. V, 11. Ogden, 2031 Fowler Ave.
FARM LANDS WANTED.
WANT to buy 80 to 160 acres eaatera Ne
braska or weatern Iowa. Muat be-
F. M. MICHAEL COMPANY.
610 Electric Bldg. Omaha. Nab.
WANTED To hear from owner of farm
for sale. Mrs. Booth, H. P. fits-, Des
Wb will sell your' farm; timely salea;
quick returns. Held Land Co.. (84
FARM LANDS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT -Well Improved 1 aores;
poultry, fruit and truck farm In Coun
cil Bluffs, wenster 40(.
IDEAL TIRE SERVICE
IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
We Do First-Class Work Only.
Our tl-e rebuilding and retreading la
success;ul because of particular work
manship, ibe quality of our retread gum
DKY CURE PROCESS.
DRY CURE PROCESS .has
solved he retread and rebuilt tire
No u.re steam-soaked carcass,
which create defective treads and cause
the eeparatlon of the bead.
IDEAL TIRE SERVICE
2578 Harney Bt.
RENT A NEW FORD
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
12 CENTS PER MILE.
TOO ARB COVERED BY INSUR
ANCE AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT
ING, FROM ACCIDENT.
69 NEW 1918 MODEL FORD CARS.
FORD LIVERY CO..
DOUO. 8622. 1314 HOWARD.
WB WILL shlpj subjsct to examination,
our 3. 600-mile guaranteed tires at these
low prices; ,
30x3 I T.80
30x3 1 10.26
Express charges prepaid if cash scconv
panles order. - .
STANDARD TIRE CO.
410 No. 18th St '
NEW FORD-HONEY-COMB RADIATORS
KVECIAL PRICE WHILE THEY LAST.
. 1918 Model, 121.00; KIT Model, 121.60
1 Write for prices on Dedge-Bulck-
1 Overland and other models, new and
OMAHA RADIATOR TIRE CO..
2064 Fa mam. 1819 Cuming St.
MEEKS AUTO CO. j
Used cur bought sold and exchanged.
We buy for cash and sell one time. Full
linn to svlect from. Middle SVate Garage.
2028-1 Farnam St Douglas 4101.
MEEKS AUTO CO.
1918 seven-passenger Bulck touring car,
model E-4t, in first class 'condition,
newly painted, a bargain.
NEB. BUlCK AUTO CO.
Tyler 1780. lsth and Howard.
WE WALNT TO BUT your used car for
""TRAWVER AUTO CO., '
1910 Farnam St.
Used cars of exceptional value.
GUY L. SMITH,
2563 farnam St. ' D. 1979.
FOR S ALE A Hudson 8-40, t-paseengaf
touring car.iln first-class condition. A
bargain for' quick sale. Phone Tyler
837. ' Call for manager.
FORD Sedan Demonstrator In unusually
good condition. C. E. Paulson Motor
Co., Ames Ave. and Florence Blvd.
Authorised Ford dealer. Tel. Coj, 148.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAB CO..
2020 Farnam Bt. Omaha, Neb.
HUDSON SII'FR SIX Seven pasaengsr.
equipped with new cord tire; run about?
3.000 rail.' will ell for 31.500. .Tyler
IS69. 2514 Vamam St. '
NEW retreader; latest and beet cut; coats
ieee: anehee seven different treads. Write,
wire or call. Duplex Tire Co lit Seutb
i v i i i jam mm utn i sSawrn
VOO HAVE A TOOTH
ACME AN MOST
SO TO THE
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY,
2620 Farnam St.
CADILLAC touring car, 1917; in best of
Phone D. 9433. 2623
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto
Exchange Co. 209 Farnam St. D. 8035.
NEW and used Ford, Ames bodies, lm-
mediate delivery, o Rourke uoutstrom
Auto Co 3701 So. 24ih. So. 389.
AUTO S OR AG E 2 4-HOUR SERVICE.
18th and Leavenworth. Doug. 7000
SELLiNG only privately-owned used cars.
Tha Omaha Used Car Market, 2617
Leavenworth St. Tyler 2347.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.,
2300 Farnam St
ffl AA for magneto we can't fix; patentee
ylW Affinity Spark Plug. O. Bays-
dorfer. 210 N. 18th.
AUTOMOBILE electrical repaira; service
station for Rayfleld carburetors snd
Columbia storage batteries. Edwards.
EXPERT Repairing Guaranteed service.
18th and Leavenworth. Doug. 7000.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
18th and Jackson. Ford Agents. D. 3600.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
New Ford touring bodies, )126. 2 230 Far'm.
Cars for Hire.
FORDS AND LARGE CARS FOR HIRE.
Drive youraelf; at very reaaonabie
price: no extras to pay. Nebraska Serv
ice Garage. 19th and Farnam. Douglas
Tires and Supplies.
NEW TIRES ON SALE.
Firestone, Congress, Lee Pullman, Fisk.
Write for prices. Mention sizes.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS, 2016 FARNAM
TIRES ONE-HALF PRICE.
GUARANTEED 3,000 MILES.
30x3 $ 7.60! 30x3 3 9.26
32x34 10.25 22x4 11.76
32x4 11.60! 84x4 12.00
W furnish the old tires.
8 IN 1 VULCANIZING COMPANY.
1618 Davenport Street.
NO need for steam soaked carcasses. We
retread and rebuild tires by Dry-Cure
process. Ideal Tire Service, 2578 Har
GAIN more miles; have your tires re-
treaded by O. G. Tire Co.
2415 Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-VV.
PROMPT DELIVERY ON ALL
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
FRED C. ROGERS. Mgr., Tyler 1767.
1407-21 Capital Ave.
Repairing and Painting.
WE NOT ONLY REPAIR YOUR
RADIATOR, BUT CAN BUILD
YOU A NEW ONE.
RADIATOR REPAIR SHOPS and
DEALERS: Write ua for prloea on new
cores. No wseks of waiting for that
new radiator or fender. Built to your
order, any atyle, for automobile, truck
or trrtor, in 24 hours. Patronize your
Ths only Radiator and Fender manu
facturing company In the weat.
OMAHA RADIATOR AND TIRE
181 Cuming. 20C4 Farnam.
F. P. BARNUM CO.. 2125 Cuming. Doug
las 8044. High grade automobile painting
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
l8 TWIN CYLINDER, THREE SPEED.
Electrically equipped, generator, amme
ter, lights, born, speedometer, three near
ly new non-akld tires, leather air cushion
tandon, pump. Cost 9496 new, will tske
8335; run only 8,000 miles; engine In fine
condition. Phone or write J. C. Bllssard.
609 South Slat St.. Omaha. Phone Harney
HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargain In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the Motorcycle men, 27th snd
THE SALVATION Army Industrial Home
solicit your old clothing, furniture,
magasinea. We collect We distribute.
Phene Doug. 4115 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new bom
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
LIGHT BRAHAM eggs for hatching,
from premium winners. G. S. Robertson.
46th snd Saratoga 8ts. Phone Colfax
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FOR sale, 180 Giant Belgian Carneau
pigeona, worth 32.60 to 24 pair; secrl.
flee price, quick sale. . Address, Box
, Y 449, Omsha Bee.
FOR SALE Pet stock. Thoroughbred
registered male Fox Terrier. Phone
WHEAT, screenings 13.00 per hundred. A.
W Wagner. 8"1 N. 16th St. Doug. 1142
WHITE ROCK batching eggs, from Om
aha show winners. Benson 288.
' Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
HARNESS, SADDLES and TRAVELING
We make them ourselves and sell
them direct to consumer; Why pay two
profits for inferior goods when ou can
get high grade goods at first coat?
ALFRED CORNISH CO..
Phone Doug. 2314. 1210 Farnam.
i KCENTLY .I'rcuargtd from the service,
must sel. at ones, one 1.700 team of
7-year-old nnres, en in foal, fat ami
gentle and used to farm work, 9376;
me tean- of 4 and 7 years old
bay geldlnc; a good aet of farm har
ness and wagon. Residence 2225 Leaven
worth 8 . ,
DON'T FORGET the big horse an.' mult
suctions at stock yards stables next
Wtdneaday. Expect a good rua of choice
farm mares, matched teams of farm
chunks and one carload of farm mule.
Bale starts at 10 o'clock. L C Gallup.
Notice to Farmers and Teamsters:
Twenty-five sets of double harness at
less than cost; quitting business reason
for low price. Call at reeldence, 2124
WILL aell at a sacrifice or trade for late
model Ford car, apan mules, 7 and I
years old, 2,500 lbs. Have no use for
them. 2226 Mason St.
FOR SALE At halt value, two young
teams of mules; one team 2.800 lbs. aad
one team 2.200 Iba. Mr. and Mrs. Peat
MOlvSY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON DIAMONDS. JEWELRY AND
11, LIBERTY BONDS. OCT
2 ',Vr. C. FLATAtT, EST. 1898. 1
8TH FLR. 8ECURITY BLDG., TT. 96.
International Newa Service.
"WHAT v THE OH! l HAVE K I ,
MATTER -DEM5? TEftROL,E, J
. - . . -J TOOTH ACHE
Atj : I MOST o
DEfiTlST- . ,
Market and Industrial News of
Thursdsy estimate ,
4 days this week...
Same last week....
Same 2 weeka ago.
Same 2 week ago
Same year ago....
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Neb.,
for 24 hours ending at 2 o'clock p. m.,
April 10, 1919.
Cat. Hogs. Sheep. H'a.
Missouri Pacific ..... 2 1
Union Paclflo 82 27 , 9
C, N. W east 8 4
C. 4 N. W., west 21 24 . 3
C. St. P., M. O... 8 11
C, B. aV Q. east 17 .. ..
C. B. & Q., west 6 4
Illinois Central 8 2 ..
Chi. Gt. West 1
Total receipts 93 77 9
Morris & Ca . . .
Swift & Co
Armour & Co
J. W. Murphy .........
Lincoln Packing Co....
So. Oman. Packing Co
Benton A Van Sant...
F. P. Lewis
Huntzinger & Oliver ..
J. B. Root ds Co
J. H. Bulla
F. G. Kellogg
Werthelmer & Degen.,
Mo.-Kan. C. & C. Co..
Jensen & Lundgrcn...
Dennis ee Francis
Cheek & Kregs
Cattle On a rather light run of 92
cars of cattle or 2,200 head, trading
opened up very active and 10(J15 eenta
higher on steers and fully a quarter high
er on fat yearlings. Compared with a
week ago beef steers are 6076 cents a
hundred lower and yearllnga are around
50 cents lower. Butoher stock was ac
tive and a quarter higher on a light
aupply and feedera were very scarce and
steady to 25 60 centa lower than a week
Quota! tone on cattle: Prime steers,
J17.75Hi.25; good to choice beeves, 216.60
17.25; fair to rood beeves, 916.001016.60;
common to fair beeves, 213.75 014.76; good
to choice yearlings, 1 1 6. 26 1 8. S6 ; fair to
good yearlings, 913.2516.00; common to
fair yearlings, $10.00$12.00; good to
choice heifers, $13.00 15.00; prime cows,
$12.7514.00; good to choice cows, $10.75
012.76; fair to good cows, $9. 0010.60;
common to fair cows, 95.25)9.00; choice
to prime feeders, $14.0O16.60; good to
choice feeders, $13.60 J3. 60; medium te
good feeders, 811.00(913.60; good to choice
stockers, $10.00 11.75; fair to food stock
era, 99.004J10.00; comnfon to fair stockers,
$7.008.60; stock heifers, 98.50010.00;
stock cows, t7.60O9.00; stock calves, 98.00
O13.00; veal calves, 98.00OI4.00; bulls,
stags, etc., $10.00 12.00.
Hogs The effects of the storm was
noticeable In tbe reoetpta of hogs today,
only 82 loads being received, estimated
at 6,000 head. Tbe light supply waa
soon cleared at prices steady with yester
day's general market there being an ab
sence of tbe early week start yesterdsy.
Most of today's aales were from $20.00
20.26, with a top at $20.86.
Sheep There was s fairly light run
of sheep and lambs here today, only nine
loada estimated at 2,000 head. The smli
supply, however, waa apparently sufficient
to meet the demand. A few lamba sold
early at around steady prices, from $18.76
O19.00, with a possible top of $19.26. ,
Quotations on Sheep Lambs, good to
choice, $19.26019.75; lambs, fair to good,
U8. 60019.26; lambs, feeders, $17,000
18.00; yearlings, good to choice, $16.00
17.00; wethers, fat, $15.00 16.00; ewea,
good to choice, $14.00 14.75; ewea, fair
to good, $12.0014.00; ewe feeders, $7.00
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, April It. Cattle Receipts, 9,
000; good and choice weighty steers,
strong; others alow, steady; stockers and
feeders, steady; calves, steady at 25c low
er; estimated tomorrow, 3,000. Heavy
beef steers, $11.60080.26; light beef steer,
$10.00019.50; butcher cow and heifer,
$7.40015.00; ranners and cutters, $5,760
10.00; veal calve, $14.60017.80; stockers
and feeder steers, 98.26O15.60.
Hogs Receipts, 82,000; market opened
10c lower than yesterday's best time,
closed with decline practically regained;
estimated tomorrow, 20,000, Bulk of pales,
$20.16020.40; heavyweight $20.25020 60;
medium weight, f20.20O20.45; light weight
$19.80020.40; light lights, $18.65020.10;
sows, 819.25 19.76 ; pigs, $17.60 18.75.
Sheep and Lamba Receipt, 11,000; good
and choice handy weight wooled lamba,
fully steady; all other classes alow to 26o
lower; estimated tomorrow, 5,000. Lambs,
84 pounds or less, 917.76019.66; 85 pounds
or better, f 17.60019.60; culls, f 14.00017.60;
ewes, medium and good, 912.00 15.50;
culls and common, 26. 00O12.00.
St, Loul Llv Stock.
St. Louis, Mo., April 10. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,300; steady. Native beef steer.
911.60 919.60; yearling ateera snd heifers,
I9.60O19.09; cows, 8l9.60O18.S9; stockers
and feeders, f 10 00O13.50.; fair to prime
southern beef steers, 910.00O19 90; beef
cows and heifers, 97. 6(1016. 00; eariners and
cutters $1.6007.25; natlvs calves, $7,760
Hogs Receipts, 12,000; steady. Lights,
919.90O20.46; plga, $15.00019.60; mixed
and butchers, f 19.90020.60; good heavy,
f20.45O20.50; bulk. f20.00O20.40
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 200; steady.
Lambs, f 20.0020.25; ewes, $11.00014.80;
esnners and choppers, $4. 60O11.00.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo., April 10. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,600 head; market steady; steers,
tlO.60O19.50; eows snd heifers, $4,500
16.60; calve, fl0.2SO14.90; stockers, $8.60
Hogs Receipts, 8,000 head; , market
higher: heavies, f20.96OI0.S0; lights,
$19.90029.25; packing, 910.00O20.2B; pigs,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 8,100 head;
MONEY TO LOAN.
Lowest ratea. Private loan booths. Harry
Maleshock, 1514 Dodge. D. 6619. Eat
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, planoe and note as secur
ity. 940, 8 mo., H. goods, total, $3.69.
PRnviniTMT l)iM aftmwrv
422 Security Bldg., 16tir te Farnam. Ty. 989
MTIU Vrul .t-T. binv rN.
LIKE That- 11 1 vcKir rv
Short Term Notes
Daily quotation sheet furnished by Fetera
First Liberty 8Hs ;...99.02 ...
Second Liberty 4s 93.72 ...
Third Liberty 4Vis 95.70 ...
Fourth Liberty 4 Us 93.88 ...
Amor. For. Sec. (1919) 99 9-16 99
Araer. Tel. Tel. 6s (1925). . .102 103
Amer. Tel. 6s (1924)
Amer. Tobacco 7a (1922) .
Amer. Tobacco 7a (1923) . .
... 98W, 981,
... 96 96
A-aconda Cp. 6a (19291
Anglo-French 6a (1920) .
Arm. Conv. Deb. 6s (1919)
Arm. Conv. Deb. 6s (1922)
Arm. Conv. Deb. ts (1928)
Arm. Conv. Deb. 6s (1924)
Beth. Steel 7s (1919)
Beth. Steel 7a (1922)....
Beth. Steel 7 (1922)
Canada 6a (1921)
Cudahy 7 (1923)
lilt R. T. in (l2l)
Kan. City Ter. 6a (1923)
Proctor G. 7 (1923) ..
Proctor & G. 7a (1923)..
Russian Rub!-. 0, (1936
Union Paclfio 6s (1928). ..i 104 104
Wilson & CO. 6s (1928) 95 96
market slow; lambs, $16.40 19.60; ewes,
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City. Ia., April 10. Hogs Re
ceipts, 6,500; market steady to strong;
ilBht, f 19.8020.15; mixed, fl9.8020.16;
heavy. $19.80(8 20.16; bulk of sales, $19.96
Cattle Receipts, 1.200; lower; beef
steers. $11.60 15.60; fat cows and heifers,
$7. 0008.60; canners. $5.0007.00 stockers
and feedera, $8.0013.00; feeding cows
and heifers, $7.00(6 1.60.
Sheep Receipts, 500; market weak.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Charles W. Martin and wife to
Francis E. Peterson, Redirk ave,,
86 ft. e. of 25th St., n. ., 44x120. .$ 7,100
Most Rev. J. J. Harty, bishop, to
Rebecca Gladwin, 45th st., 120 ft.
a. of Wirt at., w. s., 80xi23 3,000
Eva J. Carson snd husbsnd to Dora
A. Carroll and wife, Pratt at., 87
ft. w. of 27th St.. n. ., 60x125 3,509
John J. Gustln and wife to Shourd
C. Bekins, n. e. cor. i0th and
Leavenworth sts., 100x142 2,009
Walter J. Palmer. and wife to Daniel
J. Johnston, n. e. cor. 50th and
California sts.. 100x128 2,400
Carl J. Moenck and wife to Anna
B. Beachler, Brown st, 120 ft.
w. of 37th at, s. s., 120x125 1,300
Louis Harris and wife to Harry
Weinsteln, Charles st., 66.6 ft e.
of 21st St., s. s., 66x60 '. 2,200
William Faber and wife to Etta
Helme, Florence ave., 85.9 ft. n.
of Spencer st, w. ., 40x85 2,900
Edward H. Howland and wife to
Alfred E. Squires et al, 7. St., '
100 ft. e. of 15th at, . ., 50x130. 1,000
Ha2el M. Dunbar and husband to
James L. Cooksey, 32d st, 150 ft.
s. of Poppleton ave., w. ., 60x181 4,800
Persts M. Painter and husband to
William T. Wehner et al, H st,
135 ft. w. of 41st ave., s. s
Louis M. Gwin to Linn Campbell,
California at. 260 ft. w. of 61st
at, n. ., 50x128 1,800
Robert E. Hodgen and wife to Wes
ley M. Hooper, . . cor. 18th and
I st.. 48x180 2,025
Horn Real Estate Investment Co.
to Thomas W. Hazen, n. w. cor.
16th and Leavenworth at.,
Thomaa W. Hazen and wife to Anna
Cole Leflang, n. w. cor. 16th and
Leavenworth St., . 24x93.3 17,600
Method J. Hruban and wife to
Mary Urzandowskl, L at., 40 ft e.
of 42d st. n. s., 180x110 3,346
Oneonta Investment Co. to Stand
ard ' Development Co., n. w. cor. '
42d and Center sts., 49 acri'.... 40,009
Charles W. Martin Co. to Stand
ard Development Co., a. w. cor,
45th add Paclflo sts., 49 acres.. 5,690
Joseph H. Klausner and wife to
Ellen M. McNamara et al, 60ttr
ave., 225 ft a. of Dodge at.,
w. ., 50x135 8,260
Elizabeth Kuhlraan to Leo A.
Kauthold, 25th at., 120 ft n. of
K st. e. s., 30x180 2,009
C. D. Braun to Lottie G. Plckrel,
Turner blvd., 824 ft n. of Far
nam at, e. a., 48x68... 4,760
Frank S. Richardson et al to Brad
Roberts, 18th st., 135 ft. n. Of M
t, w. ., 45x130 2,860
Watson B. Smith to Elmer H. Hess.
35th St., 63 ft n. of Poppleton.
w. s.. 68x125 1,000
Martha J Bogua to Roy M. Hut
ton, Locust st., 80 ft. . of 19th
st. n. a. 40x124 1
Grovs Wharton Construction Co. to
Bert B. Gilbert, 60th st, S20 ft
n. of Wirt St.. e. s., 60x146 4,000
M. A. Pease to Edward Qulnn,
Mill. ave.. 80 ft. e. of 90th St.,
n. s., 26x100.... 18,000
M. A. Feaae to Edward Qulnn,
Military ave.. 30 ff. . of 60th
St., n. s.. 29.4x100 10 000
Dundee Realty Co. to Ellen M.
Sohleler. aw. cor. 62d and Dodge
at, 76x123 2,(00
Ida B. Chlsara to Anna May
Hazsn, nw. cor. 20th and Larl
inore, 128x230 , 10,000
Jacob J. Partridge to Jake Good
binder, 26th st., 120 ft n. of M
St., e. .. 60x160 6,000
Edna E. Blttlnger and husband to
Leila C. Phillips, 21st et. 12$ ft
a. of Sahler at, w. a., 43x124.... 4,250
Matt J. Murphy and wife to Frank '
Weare and wife, Hascall st, 140
ft. w. of 32d ave.. s. a., 60x128.3 3,100
Juliana Toth to Mike Toth, 17th
St., 168 ft, a. of Ames ave., w, s.
Robert C. Strehlow and wife to
Wb. G. Harding et al. L at, 93
ft. e. of 27th at. n. a., 30x120.. 1.400
Louis D. Vogel to Joe Flshberg,
Burdette St.. 45 ft. w. of 22d St.,
n. s., 46x130 3,300
D. A. Baxter and wife to Elsie
Smith et al, nw. cor. Slat, and
Hamilton st, 40x136... 4,950
William i. O'Neill and wife to .
John F. O'Neill, ne. cor. 81st Snd
Oak at, 39.3x99.9 2,(00
Lottie G. Plckrel and husband to
Frances K. Clarka, ne. cor. 4 2d
and Dodge st, 60x85...., 9,100
New York, April 10. Yestorday'a ad
vances waa followed by rather nervous
and irregular fluctuations In the market
for coffee futurea today. The opening
waa unchanged to three points higher
on some further scattered covering or
trade buying of tbe late months, but there
waa considerable realizing and after sell
ing at 14.42c early, Deoember reacted to
14.28c, while July sold off to 16.18c. or
about ten to twelve polnta below laat
night's closing figures. Talk of an easier
tone in the cost and freight market was
not confirmed by the offers actually re
ceived, however, and part of the iosaea
were recovered with.' the market cloalng 1
to points net lower. Closing bids:
May, 19.80c; July, 13.24c; September,
14.73c; October, 14.64c; December, 14.36c;
January, 15.36c; March, 14.37c ,
Spot coffeet, quiet; Rio 7'a. lfQc;
eanoa t s, Ji
Drawn for The Bee by
i uu t : :
S - - f W
Omaha, April 10, 1919.
Receipt of grain were approximately
the same as week ago for all gralna,
corn the bulk of the arrivals with 97 cars
Wheat receipts were S cars, oat 39 cars
rye 1 car, and barley S ear. Corn sold at
prices ranging from unchanged to 8 centa
oft, with considerable st a decline of f to 3
centa. With a break In Chicago options
during the latter part of the session offers
were still lower snd Ss a consequence
om was carried over. Oaia were lie up
to o off the bulk at s half cent decline.
Rye was f cent loner and barley a cent
off. Only a few cars of wheat were sold,
which brought about unchanged price.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts Todsy. Wk. Ago. Tr. Ago.
Wheat 5 8 20
Corn 67 67 157
Oats '. 29 34 71
Rye 1 2 6
Bsrley S 7 5
Wheat 118 81 10
Cyn 63 49 152
OaUs 36 41 62
Rye S" 2 4
Barley 9 23 1
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
Chicago 14 86 66
Kansas City . 40 47 17
St. Louis 32 63 . 6C
Winnpeg 114 ... ...
Corn No. 2 white, 2 cars, fl.64: 35 car,
$1.62. No. 3 white, f cars, $1.62; 1 car.
$1.61. No. 4 white. 2 cars, $160; No. 5
white, 1 car, $1.60; 1 car, tl.68; 1 car.
$1.57 (old) No. 2 yellow, 2 cars, 3161.
No. 3 yellow. 1 car $1.60; 4 9-0 cars, $1.59.
No. 4 yellow, 2 cars, 31.69; 1 ear, $1.67; 3
cars, $1.66. No. 5 yellow, 2 cars, 91.55; 2
cars, $1.64; 1 car. $1.62; 1 car, $161. No.
3 mixed. 1 car, $1.68; S cars, $1.67. No. 4
mixed 1 car, $1.67; 1 car, $1.(6; 1 car.
1.54; 1 car, $1.68; 2 cars, $1.62. No. S
mixed, 1 car, $1.52. No. 6 mixed, 1 car.
91.50. Sample mixed, 1 car, $1.50; 1 car,
Oats No. 8 white, 1 car, 69 c (choice);
1 car, 69 Vic; 2 cars, 69c; 1 car, 68c; 8
cars, 68 Vjc. No. 4 white, 3 cars, 68c.
Rye Sample, 8-6 car, $1.60.
Barley No. 9 1 car, $1.07; sample, $1.06.
Wheat No. 1 aprlng, 2-5 car, 22.44; No.
2 Spg., 1 car, $2.43: No. 6 mixed, 1
car, $2.05; sample mixed, 1 car, $2.18
(smutty); 1 car, f2.10.
Chicago Grain Bevlew.
Chicago, April 10. Increased competi
tion from Argentina made the corn mar
ket today average much lower. Prices
closed unsettled at 2 net decline to c
advance, with May fl.66 to $'..66 S,
and July fl.60 to $1.51. Oats lost c
to c, and provisions 37c to 76c
Word that cargoes of Argentine corn
were being bought at 13 cents under July,
c. I. f New York, for April-May ship,
ment, gave aggressiveness to tha bear
side of the corn market, especially after
midday when ths newa became gener
ally known. In thla connection, a big in
dustry announced that one of the com
pany's plants would be devoted to grind
ing Argentine corn exclusively. It was es
timated that corn shipments from Argen
tina to the United Statea during April
and May would total 2,600,000 bushel.
Nearby deliveries of corn here, however.
showed relative strength a a result of
wet weather, car shortage and the fact
that yesterday'a break In prlcea had stop
ped dealera from paying a much aa $1.60
a bushel to rural holders, th price which
apparently a number of producer had de
cided upon aa a minimum. -
Oata weakened With corn, despite wet
weather delaya to seeding.
Selling on the part of stock Vard In
terests sent provision down grade. Im
petus came chiefly from bearish senti
ment as to corn and hogs.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
Bee by Logan A Bryan, stock snd grain
brokers, 31S South Sixteenth 8t, Omaha.
Open. High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
May 1.69 l.Sf 1.55 1.55 1.59
J'ly 1.60 1.62 1.49 1.49 1.60
Sep. 1.45 1.46 1.43 1.43 1.46
May .68 .68 .67 .67 .68
J'ly .67 .67 .66 .66 .67
Sep. .63 .63 .62 .63 .83
May 49.60 49.60 ' 49.28 49.25" 60.00
Jlly, 47.00 47.00 46.60 46.SS 47.00
May 29.59 39.69 29.90 29.0! 29.57v
J'ly 29.50 28.65 28.05 28.12 38.70
May 26.82 27.25 26.87 27.02 27.40
J'ly 25.40 25.47 26.07 25.07 28.80
New York Grain and Provisions.
New York. April 10. Wheat Snot.
firm; No. 3 red, $2.38 elevator export
Corn Spot, easy: No. 3 yellow and
No. 3 white. $1.78. cost snd freight' New
Oats Easy: standard, 77c.
Lard Week; middle west. $29.(90
Local StecHS snd Hoods.
Quotstions furnished by Burns. Brlnksr
A Co., 449 Omsha National Bank building.
Name of stock Bid Aaked
Armour Co., pfd 101
American State Bank, Omaha TS
Burgess-Nash 7 per ct Dfd..100t4
Deere & Co. pfd
Oooch Food Prod, pfd 99
Oooch Food Prod. Com...... 60
Harding Cream 7 per ct. pfd. 9991
O. & C. B. Ry Bridge pfd.......
Omaha Gaa Co. pfd
Omaha Gaa Co. com
O. & W. 7 per cent pfd lit
Standard Ptah Co. SO
Union Stock Tarda. Om 99
Un. P. Lt 7 per cent pfd
C R. I. p., fa, 1922 93
ntJ G. ft E. let 6. 1929 98
Dom. of Canada 5s. 1937 97
(Jaind Island 4s
lows r-oniana cement OS
L. Lt. Ht. ft P. 6a, 1983 93
Lincoln Joint Stock Land Ss.101
Oklahoma Gas 7s, 1920 97
Om. Othletlo (, 1921-33
Om. C. B. St. Ry 9. 1923..... 73
Om. C B. Ry. ft B. 6s 1928
Southern Railway 6. )92...
Trinity Port Cera. Com
Wilson Co., 6s, 1929
4.80 per ct.
4.70 per ct.
St. Joseph Live stack.
St. Joseph, Mo., April 10 Hogs Re
ceipts, 3,600; market ateady; top, $30.40;
bulk o sales, $20.06020.25. ,
CaUiB Receipts, 1,900; market strong;
steers, $18.00018.26; cows snd heifers,
86.60O1S.00; calves, f8.00012.00.
Sheep Receipts, 1.900; market alow;
lamba, flf.60O19.50; ewts, fl4.9901S.29.
New Tork Cotton.
New York April 19. Cotton futures
closed steady1; May. old. 24.80ci sew.
26.00c; July, old. 11 48e; new, 34 14c; Oc
tober, old, 21.95c; new, 23.48c; December,
old, none; new, 32.00c; January, eld, none;
London, April 10. Money and Discount
VUZ. A FINE IDEA I
HOUSE - HE PULLEO
' : n
New Tork, April 10. The most signifi
cant feature of today'! very lively atock
market, as Indicating lt extremely peo
ulative character, waa the free buying of
United State Steel at an extreme ad
vance of 2 points, snd the abrupt r
verssl of the last hour, when realizing
for profits effaced most gains and left
many net loaaes.
Steel'a rlae was the more surprising
since It followed the publication of th
March tonnage figures disclosing another
large Increase In unfilled orders, draw
ing the total down to the lowest level
tn over thres years. The maximum of
11 for V. 8. Steel represented the
year's best price, but sll this snd a smsll
fraction was forfeited at the cloae, when
reactions among other leaders ranged
from 2 to I polnta
In other respects ths markki dlsplsyed
none of its recent extrsvagant aspects,
further substantial, but temporary ad
vances tn motors and shippings providing
the chief diversion of ths early and In
Chandler Motors rose an additional 14
polnta before noon, but only 1 points
remained at the end. Stutz and aome of
(hi low-priced motors made extreme
galna of 2 to 6 points, but these, too,
were partly forfeited.
American International corporation
dropped about 6 points from Its best on
announcement that lt had -been decided
tn call tbe remaining 40 per cent due on
the stock, but Atlantio Gulf, also Gen
eral Elei'tflo and other equipments, as
well s food Issues and utilities retained
pert of their 3 to 4-polnt advances.
Ralls lapsed after occasional fractional
advances, and oil, metals, tobac:os snd
cigars were most often reactionary, lead
ing 1 to 8 points. Sale amounted to
1,400,000 ahares, ths largest total thus
far this year.
Bonds, including Liberty Issues and In
ternationale, were irregular within re
stricted limits. Total sales, par value,
aggregated til, 875.000. Old United Statea
bonds were unchanged oa call.
Number of sale and range of prices of
the leading stocks:
39 89 .
103 104 ,
72 . 72
Am. Bt. Sug. . . . 4,200
Amer. Can 7.600
Am. Car ft Fdry.. 2.800
Am. Loco. ...... 3,100
Am. S. ft R 3,000
Am. Sug. Ref. ..
Am. Tel. ft Tel.. . 660
Anaconda Cop. . . 8,900
At. G. ft W. I. 8. S. 36,100
Malt ft 0 800
Butte & Sup. Cop. 1.000
Cal. Pet 600
Cen. Leather 14,700
Chen. & O
Ohl. M. & St. P... 8,700
CAN .- 700
C R. I.ft P ctf.i. - 900
Chlno Cop 600
Colo. F. ft 1 3,800
Corn. Prod. Ref.. 13,700
Cruc. Steel , . 4.700
Cuba Cane Bug. . . 8,000
Gen. Elec 3,200
Gen. Mot 23,800
Grt Nor. pfd. ... 1.800
Grt Nor. Ore ctf 4,600
Insplr. Cop 8,100
Int. Mr. Mar. pfd 42,000
Int. Nickel 14,000
Int Paper 3,200
Ken, Cop 2,100
L. ft N
Max. Mot 8,500
Mex. Pet , 30,709
Ml. Pa 1,709
Nsv. Cop. ...... 200
N. T. Cen 700
N. T.. N. H. ft H. 1.700
Nor, ft We - 800
Nor. Pac. 2,409
Pitts. Coal xd ... 1,400
Ray. Con. Cop. . . (00
Reading ' 11,200
Rep. I. ft 8 3.809
Stmt. Ariz. Cop. .
South. Pan. 37,400
8outh. Ry 1,400
Stude, Cor. .... 28,900
Ter. Co. 4.800
Utllon Pac 1,909
U. 8. Ind. Al. .. 24,100
U. S. Steel 299,809
U. S. Steel pfd. .. 300
Utah Cop 1,700
Wes. Union 400
West Elec 8,609
Beth. B 33,800
New Tork Bond list, 1
U S, 2. reg.. 98Gen. Elec. 3.. 98
U. E. 2s, cop.. 98Qr. No. lat 4a 85
U. 8. 3s, reg... 89 III. Cen ref. 4s 99
U, 8. 3s cou.. 89 Int Mai. Mr 7s
U. 8. Lib. 3S..99.10K. C So. ref. Ss 99
-u. o. , reS's'"''. at XV. un. ft, 4
U. 8. 4a. oou..l0SM. K. ft T.
Am. For. Sec. Ss 99 lit 4s 99
Am. T. ft T. Me. Pae. gen. 4s 68 U
clt Ss 90 'Mont. Pa. Ss.. 91
Anglo-Fr. Ss... 66 N. Y. Cen deb
Arm. ft Co. 4s 87 9s 97
Atch gen. 4.... 91No. Par. 4s 92
b. os u. ov. m, us'tij. rso. 1.
Beth. Bt. ref. Ss 39 Or. Bh'rt Ln.
Cen. Leatb. 6s.. 99 ref, 4s ....
Cen. Pac. 18t... 78p. T. ft T. Sa
C. ft O. cv Ss.. 36Penn. con. 4s 94
C. B. ft Q. Penn. cen. 4s.- 95
Erie. gen. 4sNN S8Read. gen. 4s.. 83
Jt 4s ., 9Sst L. ft S. F.
C M. ft Bt f,
sdj. 9s 2
... So. Pae. cv. 6s.. 104
738o. Ry. Ss 93
77 T. ft P. 1st., a
C. R- I. ft P.
Ry. ref. 4s...
ov. 4s ...
C. ft 8. ref. 4s 77un. Pae. 4s.... 86
D. ft R. O. rf. Ss 49u. s. Rub. Ss.. 97
uom. or can as u. B. 8t. Ssv.,.190
(1931) 97Wbash lstV.. 93
, New Tork Money .
New York, April 19. Mercantile Paper
5 OS Pr cent 1
Starling Unchanged. I
Franca Demand, 38. ST,
Guilders Demand, 49e; cables.
Mexican Dollars Unohanged.
Time Loans Steady: unchanged.
Call Money Strong; Sll at 6) per cent.
, to th
Conservative ? Investor
A limited number of first mort
gsga bonds carrying interest,
s (cured by income-preduc lag prop
erty, which we nave for sals.
This is safe, sans and profit
sbls Investmsnt and an which will
bear th strictest Investigation.
Telephone Tyler 4311.
747-43) Brand is Building.
r-y 1 '
Wholesale selling prices ef beef cuts: .
No. 3 loins, 49c; No. t loins. 39o; No.
3 ribs. 38s: No. f ribs, S4o; No. t '
rounds, 36c No. rounds, 34e; Ne, I
chucks 88o; N f chucks. Ho: No. 3
plate. 18c; No. 3 piste. 18e. -
Quotations furnished by Glllnsky Fruit
Fruit Orange: 30-99-180, fS.M; 129,
$6.60; 180-334. $6.35; 178 and smaller
$7.00. Lemons: Golden Bowl, 300-369,
$6J8; Silver Cord. 300-380, $5.50. Grap
Fruit: Dr. Phillips. 36-48, $6.00; 14, $6 SO;
64-80, f7.09. Bananas: 7 ' Apples; CsL
Newton Plppens (4 tier), $4.60; Ex. Fey.
Wins Sepe, 98 to 178, $5.00; Barrel apples:"
Ben Davis, tl3 00.
Vegetables Potato: Cola. Wbtt V. 8. .
Ne. 1 owt, f2.26; Minn. Early Ohloa,
$1.28; awset potatoes, par hemp., $8.69.
Red Onions: Sack lots. So; Onion;,
seta: Red and Yellow, $3.90; White. 83.69.
Cabbage: CaL Wlnnlngstaadt. per ert..
$6.00; Texas Cabbage, , per lb., 7o; head ,
Isttuoe (about 3 dosen), $8.00 art bead
lettuce, $1.60 do.; leaf Isttuoe, fOe dos-s
shallott, carrots, turnips, 7So do,; beets,
parsley, TSo do.; southern radishes, 76c"
do.; egg plants, 33.80 do.; artichokes,.
33.90 do.; hot house eukes, ex. toy., 32.66
dos. ; Brussels sprouts, tOo lb.; eptnech.
13 a lb.; green pepper, SSe lb. t celery
washed, Florida, 83.04 dos. ; calory, rough,
Florida (3 to 9 dos.), $6.80 ert$ cauli
flower. 93.99 ert; CaL asparagus, 35a .
lb.; Cel. rhubarb, $4.00 box; Florid to
matoes (( bskt crte.). 86.(6 box.
Old Koots-k-Bsets, parsnips, 9o Ib.i tur
nips, carrots, 3o lb. t rutabagoes, 3 lb,
Strawberries Market price.
Nuts Eng. walnuts, ek. lota) 34o lea
86 lb.; Jumbo raw peanuts, 13a lb.;
Jumbo roasted pesnots, 16o lb,; No, I rat
nsanuts. l9o lb.; No. I roasted ieanuts,
13o lb. . '
Miscellaneous Cracker racks. Checker
Chums, per case, ft.ff; case. IMS; .
airline honey, I dos, f as. case, f4.$0;
i dos. 14 eg. case. 38 70. , ,
Bar Market. .
Receipt ef both pralrl hay aad alfalfa
good, and the demand is good for the
better grades of hay, which is causing the
market to be ateady on this grade ef Kay.
A good deal et hay which has been com
lng to this market la wet and in a heated 1
ten dltlon and the demand for this grsd
of bay la poor snd Is very hard te aell.
v Per Ton,
Choice upland prairie fay.... $36. 00
No. 3 upland prairie hay..
No, 3 upland prairie hay..
No. 3 upland prairie hay..
No. 1 midland prairie hay.
No. I midland pralrl hay..., 37.OOOSO.ao
No, 1 lowland prairie hay..,. 37.00OI909
No, 3 lowland prairie hay.... 30.00033.00
No, 3 lowland prairie hay.... 16.00016. On
Packing hay ...
Choice Alfalfa .
No. 1 Alfalfa ..
No. 3 alfalfa ...
No. 3 alfalfa ..
Wheat atraw ...
Chlcage, April 19. Butter Lower;
Kgga Hlghwr; receipts, 87,774 ease;
firsts, 39O0c; ordinary first. 39 ft
e; at mark, cases Included, 88039( ;
storage packed firsts, 41 H ft 2c. , .
Poultry Alive, unchanged. . .
Chicago, April . 10. Potatoes Steady;
receipts, 63 car northern sacked ad
bulk whites, U. S. grsde 1, fl.03.0iu
western russet, f 2.360 3.40; new ock
Florida No. I. f 16.00 per barrel. !
New York Sugar.
New York, April 10. Sugar Un
changed. . New York Produce. '.
York. April 10. Butter Firm; .
creamer, higher than extraa, 66 067c;
extras, 66c; firsts, 6466c.
Eggs Steady; unchanged.
Cheese Steady; unchanged. '
Poultry Live, easier; stags, 28c; fowl.
3 41c old roosters, 24c: turkeys. ".St '
4Cc; dress'-d, steady; chickens. 2S41c:
fowls, 30O38o; old roosters. 262C' ;.
turkeys, 4148c. . ; ,
. .. .,. .
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., April 10. Turpentine-
i Firm, 72c; sales none; receipts, 116 lbl: ,
shipments. 12 bbls.; stock, 17,304 bbla.
Rosin Nominal; sales, none; receipts, 39..
bbls; shipments, 117 bbls.; atock. 57,561
Quote: B, f 13.10; D E, $13.15! F, $12.20:
G, $18.26; H. $13.30; J, $13.66; K. flS.78"
M, $16 26; N, WG, 318.30; WW, $16 76.
New York Dry Goods.
Now York, April 10. Cotton goods tr-,
day were firmer with the demsnd broad
ening steadily. " Ginghams and iwrialos
tended toward higher price In the im
mediate future. Yarns were In better de
mand. Burlap were steady with a firm-
er tendency. Silks showed aome Im
provement In demand. ,
New York Metal.
New York, April 10. Lead Easy; spot
and June offered at $5.00.
Spelter Steady; East St Louis, spot,
$6.1006.30; May, f6.1206.3l
At London Copper, spot, 77 5s; elec-
trolytlc, 82 10s; tin, 227 2s (d; spelter.
New Tork, April 10. Liberty bond final
prices today were 8s, 889.10; first 4s,
(93.70: seoond 4. 993.74; first 4s, 396.84;
second 4s, 393.74; third 4s, $5.2;
fourth 4, 998.64.
New York, April 10. Evaporated apples
quiet; prunes, Btrong; apricots and peach -ts,
firm; raisins, ateady.
This company controls in
terest ia ovary part of tha fa
mous Salt Croak Field, Wyoming,
which suppltss Mid-West Refin
ing Co. with the greater part ef
its daily requirements. Fall
particulars upon request.
BOUGHT, SOLD, QUOTED
L. L. WINKELMAN& CO.
44 BROAD ST NEW, YORK.
never stops us when wt have
the order for your moving;
neither do your things get the
least bit vret, as they are fully
protected from the weather by
coverings. , "
OMAHA VAN &
Phono Douglas 4163.
806 South 16th Street.
1116 -1116 - Doudla
Tel -Douglas. !
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