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BRINGING UP FATHER
See Jiff and Maggie in Full
Page of Color in Tho Sunday Boo.
Drawn for The Bee by McManus
Copyright lilt latsraatloaal New Servk.
BARGAINS IN USED
OK' I LOVE TOUR PRTMENT
NUVT HWt LOVELY
Hudson t-14. -
Hazmll. Ilk n.w. $101
Jobm -. I1.S0O.
Oakland. Win max rood track.
: Caalmars tlx, 1700. Run s.ttt mil
THESE ARB REAL BARGAINS.
Utah Officials and Union Pa
THti BEE; OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1919.
Ir1 we cm THrr re builoin I may i ) I I what " ";- r
J COTITb NEXT DOO AND IT LQOK. HErWEh)! i ' ur- - o 1
j SPOILED I WILL CUT OFF 00 . J V ' ) L 5? U
cific Heads to Celebrate
Completion of First Trans
continental Railway. -
Fifty years ago Saturday of this
KNUDSON AUTO CO.
Deoslas MIL HOT raraam St.
BARGAINS IN USED
MaxwH, Ilk nw. S600.
Jone 60. 11,800.
Oakland. Will mak food truck.
Chalm.r Six, 1700. .Run (.009 mil.
TRESS ARB REAL BARGAINS.
KNUDSON AUTO CO.,
HOT Farnam St
BEPUBLIC 1-ton truck, on yr old, r
bullt and painted, n.w tire, real bar
Republic, 1-ton, rebuilt, newly painted,
real bargain, $800.
Ford with one-ton Smith attachment,
alnwat new, $360, with cab.
ANDREW MURPHY & SON,
14 th and Jackaon.
RENT A NEW FORD
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
II CENTS PER MILE.
TOD ARE COVERED BT INSUR
ANCE AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT
ING FROM ACCIDENT,
(t NEW 11 MODEL FORD CARS.
FORD LI VERT CO..
DODO. (. 1S14 HOWARD
1918 FORD SEDAN
Wire wheel, electrlo atarter; fin
NEB. BUICK AUTO CO.,
2lth and Howard Sta. . Tyler 17(0.
II CHALMERS six, IS Mitchell tx, 18
Patterson lx, 18 Berippa Booth eight, 17
, Chalmer lx, IT Overland six. IS Hud
ion elx, 18 Chevrolet, 18 Maxwell, IT
Chevrolet, IT Maxwell, IS Hupp, touring
and roadster and Fords. All models pric
ed very reasonabl. and all sold on a
money back guarantee.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
1(18 vn-paenger Bulck touring car.
modal E-49, in first class condition,
newly painted, a bargain.
NEB. BUICK AUTO CO.
Tylwr 1760. Hth and Howard
MEEKS AUTO CO.
Used curs bought, (old and exchanged.
W buy for cash and sell on time. Full
line to sMect from. Middle State Oarage.
2025-8 Farnam St. Douglas 4101.
MEEKS AUTO CO.
118 EXCELSIOR Motorcycle. A real
bargain, fully equlppcil, can't be beat for
the price. Call at 2520 Farnam street,
or J906 North 18th St, Phone Tyler 4316
or Colfax 1415.
NEW TIRES ON SALE.
FlrMtone. Congress, Lee Pullman, Flak.
Writ for prices. Mention sixes.
(CAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 2018 Farnrtm.
ONE 118 4-cyl. Studebaker; two 1917 4'
, cyL Studebakera, flrat class running or-
der. Call Harney 6750.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
aTiunian Mnrnn oar CO..
2030 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
FORD sedan, 1(18, In unusually good con
dition. C. E. Paulaon Motor Co., Ame
Ave. and Florence Blvd., Authorized
Ford dealers, Tel. Col. 148.
Used car of exceptional value.
GUY L. SMITH,
3668 Farnam St D. 1970.
1100 Reward for any magneto we can't re
pair. Sol mnfra. of new elf -spacing af
'flnlty apark plug. Bayadorfer, 210 N 18th.
SELLING only privately-owned used car.
Th Omaha Used Car Market. 261T
Leavenworth St. Tyler 2847.
"THE USED CAR MART"
16th and Leavenworth. Dougla 7000.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH, 100 USED
CABS: quick action; no delay. Auto
Exchange Co. 2059 Farnam St. D. (035.
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; aervlce
station for Rayfleld carburetor and
Columbia atorage batteiie. Edward.
NEW and need Ford, Ame bodies, im
mediate delivery. O'Rourk Goldstrom
Auto Co.. 8701 So. 24th. So. 899.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
HARSH OAKLAND CO..
2300 Farnam St.
EXPERT Repairing Guaranteed servlc.
16th and Leavenworth. Dour. T000.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
16th and Jackson. Ford Agent. D. $500.
FORD MARKET, 330 Farnam. Uaed
Ford. Tim, cash, liberty bonds, new
THE DIXIE FLYER,
W. H. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANT.
2520 Farnam St.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUT L. SMITH.
Cars tor Hire.
FORDS AND LARGE CARS FOR HIRE.
Drive yourself; at very reaaonable
price; no xtra to pay. Nebraska Serv
ice Oarage, 19th and Farnam. .Douglas
PROMPT DELIVERY CN ALL
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
' FRED C. ROGERS, Mgr.. Tyler 1787
1407-31 Capital Ave.
Tires and Supplies.
.TTDW.H rvNU'.HAT.II' PRICK
GUARANTEED , 3,000 MILES.
30x8 ..$ 7.60
30x3M $ $.25
34x4 .... 12.90
33x1 ..... 10.K
We furnish th old tire.
1 IN 1 VULCANIZING COMPANT.
1610 Davenport Street.
NEW AND USED TIRE BARGAINS.
Call or writ for price on repair work
W can aav you money. Work called
for and delivered.
FARNAM TIRE AND RUBBER CO.,
Harney 0768. 3914 Farnam Bt.
NO need for (team soaked oarcaase. W
retread and rebuild tin by Dry-Cur
process. Ideal Tire Service, $576 Har
GAIN mom mile; have your tires
treaded by G. Q. Tir Co.
3416 Leavenworth. Tyler 13S1-
Repairing and Painting.
WB NOT ONLY REPAIR YOUR
RADIATOR. BUT CAN BUILD
TOU A NEW ONE.
RADIATOR REPAIR SHOPS and
DEALERS: Writ us for price on new
core. No week of waiting for that
new radiator or fender. Built to your
order, any etyle, for automobile, truck
r trr'tor, in It hour. Patronls your
Th only Radiator and Fender mann
factoring company In th west.
OMAHA RADIATOR AND TIRE
1810 Cuming. $000 Farnana.
F. P. BARNUM CO.. 3126 Cuming. Doug.
la 8044. Hlgo grade automoon painting.
Motorcycle and Bicycles.
1918 TWIN CYLINDER. THREE SPEEO
Electrically equippea. generator, amme
tar. light, horn, apeedometer, three near
lv new non-skid tins, leather air cushion
tendon, pump. Coat $496 new. will take
$326; run only 1.000 miles: engine in fin.
rendition. Phone or write J. C Bllssard,
609 South list St. Omaha. Phone Harney
hAHLUX - UAV1L18CN MUTtiRCYCLKS
Bargain In uved mactilnra Victor H
Rocs, th Motorcycle roan, 37th and
. Leavenworth sta.
SJSaaVJSS 1 "" I ! I I I I
I , : : if
Market and Industrial .News of
Receipt were" Cattle.
Official Monday.... 6,66
Estimate Tuesday... 6,708
Two days this wk..l2,369
Sam day laat wk.16,125
Sam 2 wks. ago.,. 8,785
Sam S wks. ago... 12,781
Sam year ago 23,172
Receipt and disposition of llv stock at
the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for
24 hour ending at 8 o'clock p. m., May 6,
Cat. Hogs. Sheep. H'l.
Missouri Paclflo .... t
Union Pacific 69
CAN. W., eastt .... T
C. A N. W west ....45
C, Stt. P., M. O. ..27
C, B. A Q., east ....10
C, B. ft Q., west ...49
C, R. I. A P., east .. 9
C, R. I. A P., west .. 1
Illinois Central 2
Chi. Gt. West. 9
Total receipt ....227
Morrl & Co,
Swift & Co
Cudahy Packing Co. .
Schwartz & Co
08 .... ....
33 .... ....
42 .... ....
208 .... ....
24 .... ....
65 .... ....
60 .... ....
127 ...v ....
610 .... ...
951 .... 339
Lincoln Packing Co. ..
So. Omaha Packing Co.
Higglna Packing Co. .,
John Roth A Sons ....
Mayerowich & Vail ...
Wllsoon Packing Co. . .
F. P. Lewis
Huntzinger A Oliver .
J. B. Root & Co
F. G. Kellogg
Werthelmer A Degen .
Mo. -Kan. C. C. Co..
Jensen Lundgren ,,.
Dennis A Francis
Total .0,694 14,011 7,421
Cattle Receipts of cattl wer esti
mated at 5,700 head or 230 cars, and trad
ing on desirable kinds was a little easier
than yesterday and yearlings looked weak.
Butcher stock held fully steady and feed
ers were steady to strong.
Quotations on cattle I rnme sieen,
$16.5018.35; good to choice beeves, $15.35
16.26; fair to gooa oeeves, m.iJwio,
common to fair Beeves, ill.uutgin.uu;
good to choice yearlings, sia.uuwie.vu;
fair to good yearlings, $13.0014.50; com
mon to fair yearlings, siu.uvtffi2.ov-, cwit
to prime heifers, 24.5015.Z5; good to
choice heifers, $12.00013.75; prime cows.
812.OO013.i6; gooa to cnoic cows,
(J13.00; fair to good cows, 39.09910.26;
common to fair cows, $5.259.00; choice to
prim feeders. $14.60015.60; good to
choice feeders, $13.00014.26; meliurr. to
good feeders, $11.0013.00; good to choice
lockers, $12.00013.50; fair to good stock
r. no ootfflll.oO: common to fair atock-
ars, $8.0009.60; stock heifers, $8.59010.50;
stock cows, $9,000 50; stock calves, .00
13.26; yeal calves, $8.00014.00; bulls,
stags, etc. $10.09011.75.
No. Av. Pr.
71 $13 56
14 114 ill 50
12...... 911' 1176
38 1060 15 85
1047 14 06
' 11 26
t 1041 15 00
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
. 008 3 36 10 785 14 10
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
. 672 10 10 10 684
,. 841 13 76 0 (10
i There was 'a fair run of
THE SALVATION Army Industrial Horn
OitCltS your Ola Ciowing, wnmui
magazines. We collect W diatrlbut.
Phone Doug. 4136 and our wagon will
call. Call and inspect our new bom.
1110-1112-1114 Dodge 8t
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
whkat areanlna:a 82.00 cer hundred. A
W. Wagner, 01 N. ltitn St.. uoug. in
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
DON'T FORGET the big horae and mule
ui-finna t atock vards stable xt
Wednesday. Expect a good run of
choice farm mare, matched team of
farm chunk ana one carioaa 01 rm
mule SaU dart at 10 o'clock. L C
Muat dispose of th balance of our
doublo farm and Conford harness and
collar at a sacrifice. Call at 2124 Lake
FOR SALE Three head of good farm
mares, young ana sauna.
workers; one set of double harness, and
a good wagon. Call 817 So. 23d, half
block soutn or Lisavenwonn
Harness, Baddies and Trunk.
nr. (.!. t.,m in, ra iv.a
ALFRED CORNISH CO.. 1310 Farnam.
ONE horse and wagon for ale cheap. R.
H. Robin. $411 No. 24th. Phon Web.
npniKizm hv the Business Men .f
r fflrnumm 1?!. ntanns and
notes as security, (0, 0 mo H. good.
total, a. ou.
432 Security Bldg.. 16th A Farr-am. Ty. 060
LOANS ON DIAMONDS. JEWELRY AND
X-VQ O w n ft.ATAU. EST. 1893.
6TH FLR. SECURITY BLDG.. TT. 960.
r.,,1 1't-T Dnuar. mm honthfl. TTarrv
Ualaahack. 1514 Dodg. D. 6619. Est
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS
The Board of Education will
sell nine houses situated between
30th and 33d Streets on Burt
and Cuming streets at" Public
Auction, May 12. Sale starts, 1
p. m. Houses to be moved from
the premises within thirty days.
Terms, cash. Jas. L. Dowd, auc
tioneer. For particulars of sale
inquire of the undersigned.
W. T. Bourke, Secretary
603 City Hall
here today. 197 loads, estimated at 14,000
head. The market wss a slow and draggy
affair from first ito last, buyers con
sistently playing against higher prices.
Bulk of today' sales was $20.40030.65
with top at $10.76, generally 10c higher
than yesterday, the trade weakening to
ward the close.
No. Av. 8h. Pr.
' 72. .340
210 $30 40
180 20 60
80 20 00
70 20 70
... $20 35
... 20 46
220 20 65
70 , 20 66
Sheep and Lambs There wer 34 loads
of lambs here today estimated at 7,800
head. It was late in the day before much
trading waa done, handy weight lam ha
selling largely from $19.60020.00, with
stronger weights on down. Clipped lambs
sold up to $16.00, and clipped ewes at
$12.76. Th market waa generally 26036c
higher than yesterday. '
Quotationa on aheep:' Lambs, good to
choice, $19.60020.00; lambs, fair to good,
$18.76019.50; shearing lambs, $15,600
17.00; yearlings, $15.60016.50; wethers,
fat, $15.00015.60; ewes, good to choice,
$14.00016.26; ewes, fair to good, $12,000
487 Colo.. .80 20 00 469 Colo..7S.
269 fdrs...79 19 76 31 culls.. .66
Is feeders. 86 20 00 248 feeders.73
143cllpped.81 II 76 10cllpped.83
Chloag Live Stock.
Chicago, May 0. Cattle Receipts, 19,-
000 head; beef steers slow, mostly 25 cents
lowsr; heifer and low grade cows about
steady; fat cows, 15 to 25 cents lower;
calves, 60 to 76 cents higher; feeders
steady; estimated tomorrow, 8,000 head;
beef steers, medium and heavyweight,
choice and prime, $17.3519.76; medium
and good, $13.75017.50; common, 111.600
i4.uu; iigntweignt, gooa ana cnotce, i4.bu
017.75: common and medium. 810.609
15.00; butcher cattle, heifers, $8.00015.00;
cows, $7.75014.76; canners and cutters,
$6.0007.76; veal calves, light and handy
weight, $13.7614.76; feeder steers, $10.25
016.50; stocker steers, 38.50013.75.
Hagm Receipts. 29,000 nead: market
closed mostly 25 cent above yesterday's
best time; top, $21.36 a new high price
record); estimated tomorrow, 20,000 head;
bulk of sales, $21.10021.25; heavyweight,
$31.80021.85; medium weight, $21,050
i.io; iigntweignt. 2u.7t0Zi.2t: heavy
n.lrlnv mnnrm amnnt K S9A Afltti9.tl fiR. fir
ing sows, rough, $19.5,0O20'85; pigs, $18.60
sneeo and Lambs Receipts. 16.000
head: wooled lambs. 25 cents lower:
shorn stock mostly steady; estimated to
morrow, 10,000 need: lambs. 84 rounds
down, $18.00020.26;- 85 pounds up, 817.50
0)20.16: cuus and common. H3.U0O17.60:
yearling wethers, $16.00018.25; ewea, ma-
aram, gooa and cnoice. I12.260I5.66: culls
and common, $6.0O12.26.
St. Loals Live Stock.
Cattl Receipt. 4,700 head: market 10
to 15 cents higher; native beef steers.
11.60312.60: yearling' steers and heifers.
$9.60016.00; cows, $10.60013.60; stockers
and feeders, $10.00 1J. 60; fair to prime
southern beef steers, $10.00018.00; beef
cows and heifers, $7.60015.00; canners
and cutters, $6.60 07.25; native calves,
Hogs Kecelpts. 16.000 head: market
15 cents higher; lights. $20.40020.90; pigs.
$15.00019.76; mixed and butchers, $20.40
021.05: good heavy. 820.96021.10: bulk
of sales, $20.60031.00.
fsneep and Lambs Receipts, 3.600 head:
market steady; lambs, $15.0019.00; ewes
$13.00014.60; canners and choppers, $4.60
Kan City Lire Stock. ,
Kansas City. Mo.. May 0. Cattle Re
ceipts. 10,000 head; market, steady; steers.
lu.iawio.'o: row. ana Heifers, 36.650
6.25: calves. . J.76lft 12.75: atockers. 38.50
Hogs Receipts. 16.000 head: market
opened 15 to 30 cents higher; closed 10 to
lb cents lower tnan early; late top, 320.80;
bulk of sales, $20.16020.76; heavies.
$20.65020.90; medium weight, $20,360
20.85; lights, $19.60020.60; light light,
$19.0020.10; packing sows, $19.60020.60;
Sheep Receipts. 8.500 head: market
steady, $16.76019.75; ewes, $9.60017.00.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City. Ia.. May 6. Cattle Re
ceipts, 3.000 head; market steady. Beef
steers $10.00015.60; fat cows and heifers
9T.ouoi2.50; canners 4.00.60; stockers
and feeders 88.60013.00: feedine- cowa
and heifers, $7.00010.00.
Hogs Recelnts 8.000 head: market 6 to
10c higher. Light $20.30020.60; mixed
$20.40020.60: heavy $20.50020.70: bulk
ot sales $20.40020.60.
South St. Paul Live Stock.
South St. Paul. Minn.. May Cattle
Receipts, 4,300 head; market steady;
steers, 6.uuon.u: cows ana neirers.
$5.00014.00; calves, $6.00012.60.
nogs Recelots. 6.700: market steady:
range, 2U.4UZU.66; ouiK, J2U.5UW20.66.
sneeo and Lambs Rece pts. 1.600 head
market steady: lambs. 87.00018.50
wethers, $13.00014 60; ewes, $5,000
, St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joaeoh. Mav 0. Cattle Receinta.
1,800 head; market Steady; steers, $13,000
18.00; cows ' and heifers. 85.00016.60:
nogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market
nigner; top. 328.80: bulk. 320.60O20.75.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 9,000 head;
marxet nigner; lam Da, iisf.uuwsu.uu; ewes,
Chicago. May 6. Butter Unsettled:
sg nigner: recelnts. ez.ioz cases
firsts, 42 O 44c; ordinary firsts, 40 HO
41; at mark, cases Included, 42043ttc;
storage packed firsts, 44H045C. extra,
Poultry Alive, unchanged.
Local Stocks and Bonds
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker
A Co.. 449 Omaha National Bank build
Armour A Co., pfd 103
Burgess-Nash, 7 per cent pfd...
Cudahy Packing Co.
users Co., pfd
Gooch M. A E., T pet,
Gooch Food, Products,
Harding Cream Co
Llbby, McNeil A Llbby
Omaha A Co. B. St. Ry. pfd.
M. E. Smith. T pet. pfd 103
Swift A Co., international.... 62
Swift A Co 1481
Sioux City Stock Yards, pfd..
Union Stock Yards. Omaha
United P. A Lt, 7 per cent,
Wilson A Co., common......
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1946...
Omaha Athletic 6a, 1921-32..
Omaha and Council Bluffs
Street Railway 6s, 1928
Omaha, City of, various,
Swift A Co. 6a, Aug.. 1921.
Southern Railway 6s. 1922..
Wilson lat 6. 1941
Wichita Stock Yards 6a, 1934 99
I.ln(-nllt .Tnlnf l.,n.
bank Of, 1922-38 101
Omaha. Neb.. May . 1910.
Oats receipts today led those of all other
grains with 61 cars, while corn waa very
light with 28 cars. Wheat arrival were
9 car, rye 4 car and barley 12 car. Corn
went early at a decline ot 1 to 3 centa.
From 12:10 to 12:30 Jullu H. Barnea,
bead of the food administration, talked
to Chicago Board of Trade member and
following this corn futures made ad
vances. Virtually all corn offerings were
sold previous to this time. Oats were off 1
to 2 cents, tne imo. s wmte, going io
lower than the oats In this grade yester
day. Barley was 3 cents lower and
wheat some higher. There was no rye
old op to a late hour.
Omaha Grain Movement.
Receipts Today. Wk. Tr.
Wheat 6 15
Corn 28 67 88
Oats 51 34 31
Rye 4 17 0
Barley 12 9 0
Wheat $ 21 0
Corn 64 39 77
Oats 20 22 91
Rye 16 14 1
Barley 4 11
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
Chicago 34 140 173
Kansas City 10 19 31
St. Louis .....200 10 35
Minneapolis 300 ..
Corn No. 2 white: 3 csrs. $1.72. No. 3
white: 1 car, $1.70 (old); 1 car, $1.70. No.
4 white: 1 car, $1.70. No. 6 white: 1 car.
31.70. No. 1 yellow: 1 car, 81.73; l-l
car, $1.72. No 4 yellow: 3 cars, 31.71.
No. 3 yellow: 1 car, $1.63 (musty). No. 3
mixed: 1 car, $1.71 (near white); 1 car,
$1.71. No. 6 mixed: 1 car, $1.70. No. 6
mixed: 1 car, $1.67 (musty).
Oats No. 2 white: 1 car. 6814c. stand
ard: 2 cars, 69c. No. 8 white: 5 cars,
69 c. No. 4 white: 1 oar, 69o. Sample
white: 1 car, 68 c.
Barley No. 8: 4 $-3 cars. $1.14. Re
jected: 2 cars, $1.11. Wheat: No. 1 north
ern spring: 3-6 car, $2.70. No. 2 northern
spring: 1 car, $2.66 (smutty). No. i mix
ed: 1 2-5 car. 82.25.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago. May 6. With hogs jumping
today to the highest price ever known,
221.35 a hundred oounds. th corn market
ran up sharply despite a widely prevalent
opinion that an Important address which
the national wheat director, Julius a.
Barnes, delivered to the members of the
Board of Trade here would have a bearish
effect. Corn closed strong, 3 to 3o net
higher, with July 169 to 169, ana
September 163 to 163. Oats finished
unchanged to o lower. Th outcome In
provisions waa an advance ranging from
2 to 50c.
Breaking of high prle record In the
hog market had already commenced in
good earneat before the opening trades
were made in the corn pit. Th reason
for the upward flight of hog values was
that the total number of hogs received at
the Chicago stock yard today waa much
mailer than had been expected, and
upplte were alao reported scanty at other
western packing centers. Unfavorable
weather for plowing, planting and hauling
corn tended also to lift corn prices. Much
nervousness was manifested, however, re
garding the nature of Mr. Barnes' speech,
and there was lively liquidation at times
by holders, tegether with considerable
short selling by bearish speculators. Just
before Mr. Barnes appeared on 'change,
hogs at the stock yards again surpassed
the latest tip-top price. After Mr. Barne
ceased talking many trader found to
their surprise that but little corn was for
sale. A sharp new bulge quickly ensued
on covering by shorts. The closing gong
struck with corn at virtually the peak fig
ures of the day.
Favorable crot conditions mad oats rel
atively weak, notwithstanding the bullish
action ot corn.
Provisions reflected the gains in th
hog market Trade in provisions, how
aver, wa dull.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Th Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brok
ers. 815 South Sixteenth street, umana:
Open. High. Low, j Close. Tes'y.
July 1.60 1.69 1.64 1.69 1.05
Sept. 1.01 1.64 1.69 1.68 1.60
July .71 .71 .69 .70 .70
Sept. .68 .69 .67 .68 .69
May 54.00 64.00 63.75 63.75 53.70
July 61.90 62.0T 51.90 52.00 61.60
May 82.60 33.00 88.46 38.60 33.46
July 32.16 32.25 32.00 31.22 32.10
May 28.95 28.96 28.76 28.92 23.00
July 28.40 28.45 28.16 28.40 28.17
Cash quotations: Corn No. 3 yellow,
$1.6801.9tt; No. 4 yellow, $1:69; No. 6
Oats No. 3 white, 6807Oc; standard,
Rye No. 2, nominal; No. 3, nominal;
No. 4, $1.60.
Mlnneapolla Grain and Provisions.
Minneapolis, May 6. Flour Unchanged.
Barley $1.0301-11; rye, No. 2, $1.06.
Oats 67 068e.
St. Louis Grain.
St. Lout, May 0. Corn May, $1.71;
Oat May, 70o; July, 70s.
Kansas City Grata.
Kansas City, Mo., May 0. Corn May,
$1.72 July $1.70Ol-70; September,
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., May 0. Turpentine
firm at UTiWiJc; sales, lot bbls. ; re
ceipts, 365 bbls.; shipments, 0 bbls.; stock,
Rosin Firm: sales, 493 bbls.; receipts,
1,070 bbls.; shipments, none; stock, 60,699
bbls. Quote: B, $11.20; D, $11.40; E,
$11.45; F, $11.60; G, $11.60; H, $11.70; I,
$11.80: K, $13.00; M, $13.36; N, $1410;
WG, $14.25; WW, $14.36.
PACK. I NO
Tel -Douglas 1521
a. it. J" Y - -
Wholesale prices of boef cuts: No. 2
Loins, 41c; No. 3, 29c. No. 2 Ribs,
34c; No. 3, 24 c. No. 2 Rounds. 28o;
No. 3, 25c. No. 2 Chucks, 30 o; No. 3,
16c. No. t Plates, 15o; No. 3, 14o.
Quotation furnished by Glllnsky Fruit
Fruits Oranges: Navala, to. $4.50; 100,
$4.76; 126, $5.60; 150-170. $0.60; 200-216-260-288-124,
$7.00; buddedl all sites, $0.60.
Lemons: Golden Gowl, 800-360, $6.00; Sli
ver Cords, 800-860, $5.50; Sunklst, 300-360,
$5.60; Red Ball, 800-360. $5.00 Grape
fruit; Dr. Phillips, 46-64, $7 00; Dr. Phil
lips, 64-70-80-96, $7.60; California all
sizes), $6.00. Bananas, 7c. Apples, New
ton PIppens, 4 tier, $4.60; Barrel Ben
Davis, $12.00. Strawberries: Market
Vegetables Sweet potatoes: Hpr $3.60.
Potatoes: White, U. 8. per cwt, $2.60;
Minn. Red River Ohlos, per cwt, $2.60;
New Potatoes, No. 2, 7c; No. 1, 8c.
Onions: Red Globe, per lb., Tc; Crystal
Wax. ert. $6.00; Yellow, $4.60. Onion
sets: White. $2.25; Yellow, $1.50. Cabbage:
California or Texas, per lb.. 7c. Plants:
Cabbage. 100 to box, $1.00: tomato, 100 to
box. $1.00; pansy, 2 dos. Mkt. Bakt. $1.00;
other plants, market price. Old root:
Beets, carrots, per lb., 3c, parsnips, tur
nips, per lb., 3c; Callfronla head lettuce,
about 4 doz., ert., $4.50; California bead
lettuce, doz., $1.60; leaf lettuce, doz., 90c;
carrots turnips, doz,, 90c; southern
radishes, doz., 60c; home grown onions,
doz., 35c; egg plant, doz., $2.60; artlckoes,
doz., $2.00; spinach, per lb., 12; Ex. Fey
H H. Cukes, doz., $2.60; market basket
cukes, 8 doz., bsk., $2.00; green peppers,
lb., 40c; celery, Florida washed, do.,
$2.60; home grown asparagus, market
price, home grown rhubarb, doz., 50 to 75c;
Florida tomatoes, ert, $7.60; fresh peas,
Miscellaneous Nuta: Eng. walnuts, sk.
lots, 34c less 86o lb.; No. 1 raw peanuts,
lb., 10c; Jumbo raw peanuts, lb., 12e;
No. 1 roast peanuts, lb., 12c; Jumbo roast
peanuts, lb., 16o
Te-to: 1 cs, $2.60; ea and bote., $1.85,
total $3.86. 6 cs.. $2.40; cs. and bote..
$1.35; total, $3.76, 10 cs., $2.26; cs. and
bots., $1.36; total, $3.60.
Cracker Jacka, Checker and Chums,
with prlzee, case, $5.00; case, $2.65:
without prizes, case, $4.75; case, $2.40.
Airline honey, 2 doz. 6 os. case, $4.80; 2
doz. 14-oz. case, $8.70. 1 doz. 16 oz 8
B honey, $6.40. on o
Fish Fancy fresh halibut, medium, 31c;
fancy fresh bullheads, 22c; fancy fresh
trout, 22c: fancy fresh catfish, large, O. 8.
and medium, 28c; fancy white perch,
fresh, frozen. 10c; fancy fresh whiteflsh,
28c; fancy fresh Spanish mackerel, 25c;
fancy frozen trout, 18c; fancy pan-frozen
dressed herring, 4c; fancy coast-frozen
chicken halibut, 10c; chicken, 18c; fancy
black cod, 18c; fancy fresh red aaln.on,
25o and 80c; catfish, small, 24c; fancy
yellow pike, fresh, 26c; frozen. 20c: fancy
frozen whiteflsh, 16c; fancy frozen Span
ish mackerel, 12c; fancy round pickerel,
10c; fancy dressed pickerel, 13c; lancy
frozen whiting, 4c; fancy fresh roe shad,
21c; fancy fresh blueflsh, 60c.
New York Produce,
New York, May 6. Butter Firmer;
creamery higher than extras, 66 0 66c;
creamery extra. 66066c; firsts, 63
Eggs Firm; unchanged. ,
Cheese Firm ; unchanged.
Live Poultry Steady; fowls, 37 038c;
others and dressed, unchanged.
' Chicago Potatoes.
Chicago, May 0. Potatoes Arrivals, TO
cars; old stock weaker; carlots northern
whtte, bulk and sacked, $1.76 0 200; new
stock, firm; Florida Spauldlng Rose .lob
bing, onea, $9.0009.60 barrel; Texas Tri
umphs, $3.703.90 bushel.
Short Term Notes
Furnished by Peter Trust comvany
First Liberty, $s, 2....
Second Liberty, 4s, 4
Third Liberty, 4s, 4....
Fourth Liberty 4s. 4..
Am. Foreign sec., I9i?..
Am. Tel A Tel.. 6s. 1926
Am. Telephone, 0, 1924....
Am. Too.. 7s, 7. 1922
Am. Tobacco, 7, 1923
Anaconda Copper, 6, 1929..
Anglo rrencn. os, , ifzu..
Arm. Con. Deb, 6, 1919...
Arm. Con. Deb., 6, 1922...
Arm. Con. Deb., 0, 1923...
Arm. Con. Deb., 6, 1924...
setn. Bteei, 7, iis..
Beth. Steel, T. 1922
Beth. Steel, 7. 1923
Canada, 6s, 6, 1921
Cudahy, 7, 1923
Int. R. T., 5s, 1921 ......
Kans. City Ter., 61r, 1923...
Proctor A O.. 7s, 1923
Proctor A Q.. 7s, 1922
Russian Rubles, 6s, 1930.
Union Pacific, 6s, 1928....
Wilson & Co., 6s. 1928...
HASKINS & SELLS
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Carle Address "Hasksills"
SO BROAD STREET
We announce the opening op an
office in Philadelphia, on May 1. 1919. in
the Franklin Bank Building and the ap
pointment of Mr. Edmund C Gause. C, P. A.
as Resident Partner.
Haskins & Sells
SALT CREEK PRODUCERS
WESTERN STATES OIL MIDWEST REFINING
STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
CIRCULAR ON REQUEST.
L. L. WINKELMAN & CO.
44 Broad Street 1 New York
305 S. La Salle St.,' Chicago.
Direct Private Wire to Various Markets.
Real Estate Transfers
Robert 3. Tate and wife to Mau
rice J. Hyland, Nicholas street 66
feet e of 14 St., n. a. 66x132...,$ 4,900
W. M. Rainbolt and wife to Wil
liam C. Baura, Victor ave. 143
ftw. of 16 at n. s. 40x100 ft... 4.350
Michael J. Dillon to John L. Dillon
n. w. cor 43 and Chicago at
42x100 ft 1,000
Lena Schneider and husband to
Linn P. Campbell, Elm at, 06.86
ft. e. of 21 st n. s. 43.48x180 ft. 1,850
Cart C. Jensen and wife to Edwin
D. Ferrel and wife, 21 at. 108.6
ft. s. of Oak at, . . 85x99.30 ft $,650
John W. Seabrook and wife to
Carl L. F. Swanson, 34 st. 168
ft. s. of Myrtle ave. e. s. 44x171.5
Esther B. Benford and husband to
1 Harry B. Whitehousa, 43 st. 148
ft n. ot Farnam st, . a. 47x125
H. Kraane and wife, et al, to Rush
B. Ruaaelle, 30 at., n. ot Dodge
st' s. s. 38x100 ft 4,500
Bartholomew Real Estate Co. to
Eugene S. Luce and wife, 27 St.
40 ft. s. of Larlmore ave. w. s,
40x135 ft 4,800
L. W. Lyons and wife to John
Specht Jaynes st. 200 It w. of
25 ave. n. a. 60x128 ft 615
Anton C. Wahlby and wife to John
Specht, Jaynes st. 160 ft w. of
26 ave. n. a. 60x128 ft 3,600
Lllllam Riley Du Rell, et al. to
Harold Glfford, n. e. cor 38 and
Jackson St., 82xlS7 ft 6,500
Beasie Levy and husband to Hyman
Manvltz and wife, n. at 75 ft. e.
of 26 st, a. s. 60x60 ft 10,000
Laura Allls Maxfield and husband
to Norman A. Martin, Cottage
Grove ave. 150 ft w. of 80 St.,
n. . 40x120 ft 1,000
Westland Realty Co., to Minnie
Morey. n. e. cor. 62 and Mason st.
104x160 ft 1,095
Westland Realty Co., to Nina Doll,
62 at, 104 ft. n. of Mason st, e.
. 52x150 ft. 600
Harvey J. Grove and wife to Walter
A. Jenness, et al, Seward st,
160 ft. s. of 40 st, n. . 60x130 ft. 8,500
Dorothea Schleicher and husband
to Blanche E. Gaughan, n. w. cor.
16 and Deer Park blvd, 96x60 ft 6,200
Anna J. Kelley and husband to
School District of Omaha, s. w.
cor, 31 and Cuming st, 48.47x160
Frank D. Jackson to Warren 8.
Frank, n. w. cor. 80 and Bur
dette st. 32x116 ft 2,600
Frank D. Jackson and wlfs to John
R Gift, 44 st. 168 ft. n. of Pratt
st, w. s. 40x134 ft 1,400
Maude Mogge to Dwlght A. Peter
son, n. w. cor. Paxton blvd. and
40 st, 88x100 ft 1
Dwlght A. Peterson to Guy B. Rob
bins, n. w. cor. Paxton blvd. and
40 st. 88x100 ft. 200
Independent Realty Co. to Tom
Delmonlco, n. w. cor. 16th and
Hickory st. 45x118 1,000
Bowman Krans Lumber Co. to Rasp
Bros., s. e. cor. 41st and Grand
Ave., 87x125 800
Henrlk Hansen to Wyman M. ,
Woodyard et al, 69th St., 280 ft. s. .'
of Plnkney st, w. s.. 40x146 3,250
Orchard Inveatment Co. to Lizzie
Brown, n. w. cor. 50th and Bln
ney st, 80x130 1,100
Frederick J. Stratman and wife to
Roy W. Younle and' wife. Larl
more Ave., 175 ft. w. of 22d at,
s. a, 85x127..... 1,400
Nels G. Hallenborg and wife to
Charlton B. Hyde, Seward at,
w. of 38th at., n. ., 60x120 3,800
McCague Investment Co. to Ralston
M. Van Ness, 11th st, 62 ft. a.
of Grace st, e. s., 104x179......' 4,600
Charles M. Beger and wife to Fred
Chrlstensen, 17th st, 368 ft s.
of Vinton st. w. .. 60x100 1,800
Frank P. Hlgglns and wife to
Elmer J. Hart 8th st, 300 ft. .
of Hickory st, w. ., 50x145.... 2,600
Burton R. Goodrich and wife to
Sadie Feldman, Davenport at,
160 ft . of 49th at, . ., 60x136 7,500
Martha E. Geesaman to Catherine
A Prather. 31st St., 98 ft. s. of
Leavenworth at., w. a, 60xl00 4,000
Andrew Jensen and wife to Elfonao
L. Loogsdnn, Taylor st, 90 ft w,
of 36th Ave, n. a., 45x125 2,250
Mlnne Dahlgren et al to Abraham
Penehansky, 20th St., 142 ft n,
of Gracs st, e. ., 33xl40 3,800
Henry A. McCord and wife to
Charles E. Kelpln, 20th st., 67 ft.
n. of Pratt St., w. a., 29x88; 20th
st., 90 ft n. ot Pratt at, w. s.,
John W. Fisher and wife to Stella
M. Curran, s. e. cor. 17th and
Laird St., 44x127.5, 3,060
Samuel E. Dietrich to J. F. Secher,
28th Ave., 200 ft s. of Jaynes
Ave., w. s., 40x135 $00
Mary Zscek and huaband to Adolph
Mrkacek and wife, 23d St., 134.$
ft. s. of W st. e. ., 25x180 1,000
Qulncy Realty Co. to Paul Bal
zovsky, 36th at., 240 ft n. of P
st, w. s., 40x100 ; 305
Mary Baddaker and huaband to
Frank P. Higglna, 8th at, 800 ft.
. of Hickory at, w. a., 60x146.. 1,300
, Unseed. .
Minn., May 6. Linseed, $$.160
12 INJURED IN
Six-Story Apartment House
Is Destroyed by Flames;
Search Debris for More
Columbus. 0., May 6. Seven per
sons are known to have perished
and a dozen were injured, several
probably fatally, in a fire which de
stroyed a six-story apartment house
in the downtown sections shortly
after midnight this morning.
Firemen continued during the day
to search the debris for other vic
tims who are believed to have per
ished when four floors at the rear of
the building sank to the basement
Council Opens Bids for
Grading Dodge Street
ihe city council yesterday op
ened bids tor grading the Dodge
street hill and for repaving the af-
tected area which includes several
Russell Condon and Edward
Peterson company bid on the
grading work, and T, T. Parks com
pany and Hugh Murphy bid on the
The Peterson company proposed
to operate a small narrow-gauge
railway from the work to Eleventh
and Locust streets, for hauling off
The deepest cut will be 22 feet
at twentieth and Dodge streets,
Award ot contracts will be an
nounced next week."
Will Establish Branch
Compensation Court Here
Frank A. Kennedy, state labor
commissioner, states that he ex
pects to establish a branch compen
sation court in Omaha, in the city
hall or the court house.
He explained that between 2,000
to 2,500 cases under the workmen's
compensatioi. act are handled in
Omaha during a year, and he has be
come convinced that a branch court
here would serve the best interests
Kew York Money.
New York, May (. Sterling Exchange
Sixty-day bill. 14.65; commercial St-day
bill on banks, I4.S3H; commercial 60
day bills. 14.64; demand, unchanged.
Francs, demand 69.18; cables, 66.14.
Guilders, demand 40 8-16; cables, 40.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, May 6. Butter and Eggs
and Poultry Unchanged. -
A VERY PROFITABLE AND SAFE
INVESTMENT CAN BE MADE
RIGHT AT THIS TIME.
An Oil Company composed of HIGH-GRADE NEBRASKA
MEN, who ar now drilling on two hundred acrog in th ry
heart of production in Texas, would be pleased to hear from
TWO or THREE men in the state, capable of investing ONE
THOUSAND to FIVE THOUSAND Dollars.
Should you be interested in making some money in a BIG
WAY, answer this promptly, a we have but a small amount for
A letter from our secretary with full information will be
mailed you (no calls made), AND YOU CAN USE YOUR OWN
JUDGMENT. We confidently believe wo have the making Uf
the MOST profitable Oil Company lnTezas. We say this in the
face of fact, that more than 23 new companies in OUR DIS
TRICT have returned over 100 per cent to their shareholders
in less than seven months.
In answering please mention your occupation and bank you
do business with.
- Address Secretary, Box B-4S.
PETROLEUM SECURITIES SYNDICATE
A Syndicate is now forming to acquire interests ia
several producing Companies, operating in the wonderful
oil fields of Burkburnett and Ranger, Texas.
Burkburnett is the richest oil field, developed by
hundreds of small Companies, ever known in the history
of petroleum development, and hundreds of fortunes have
been and are being made In this field, on comparatively
small initial investments.
A number of producing oil wells and properties, which
are now owned and operated by small independent Com
panies, may be acquired, grouped under a single manage
ment and operated at slightly more than the cost of one,
that making certain a considerable increase In the net
earnings of the group.
Wichita Falls is the headquarters of most of the Com.
panics operating in the North Texas field and the Syndi
cate headquarters will also be there. The Syndicate Man
agers have accumulated complete Information and data,
covering practically this entire District and particularly
retarding the several hundred Companies operating in
Syndicate participations may be secured through sub
scription, in amount of $50 or multiples thereof, thus
enabling persons with large or moderate means to share
in the enormous riches now being realised from Burk
burnett' and Ranger's wonderful flow of liquid gold.
v References: American National Bank, Wichita Falls,
Wire or write for particulars
William Tebbetta & Co., Syndicate Managers
703 Ohio Ave., Wichita Falls, Texas
week and between noon and 3
o'clock in the afternon at Promo
tory, Utah, the last spike was
driven, connecting up the , Union
Pacific and the Central Pacific rail
roads, thereby linking the Atlantic
and Pacific coasts. The semi-cen
tennial is to be observed as a holi
day throughout Utah and alsa by
the Union Pacific. ' '
At Promotory Point, a short dis
tance from Ogden, the semi-centennial
celebration will be held, Utah
officials, Union Pacific officials and
pioneers of the states along the sys
At the celebration the Union Pa
cific will be represented by Federal
Manager Calvin, now in the west;
Vice President Munroe, General
Passenger Agent Craig, General
Freight Agent Lane and Advertising
Agent Cummins. Among the old
timers who will be in attendance
from Omaha will be T. F. Twamley,
Andy Treynor, president of the Pio
neers' association, and Thomas
O'Donnell, the last named man be
ing one of those who carried the last
rail to its place, thus completing the
railroad link across the country.
The driving of the last spike in
the completion of the Union Pacific
was the occasion for a general holi
day in Omaha. People in large
numbers gathered upon the streets,
and when the word came over the
wires that the spike, one of solid
gold, was driven into a tie of laurel
wood, cannon boomed and whistles
shrieked. A procession, headed by
a band, marched to the high school
ground, where a speaking program
was carried out
150 Killed at Fan
Of Munich; Red Leader ;
Is Beaten to Death
Berlin, May 6. (By The Asso
ciated Press.) One hundred and
fifty persons were killed or executed
during (the fighting at Munich ac
cording to an account of the fall of
that city printed in the Lokal An
zeiger. Among the killed were Herr Tel
ler, director of the soviet govern
ment and Herr Mentheimer, a com
munist leader. Herr Seidl, who was
said to have instigated the shooting
of hostages was reported beatea to
death by Wuertzemburg soldiers.
The Tageblatt states that 5,000 ar
rests have been made in Munich,
the prisoners including Dr. Levin,
leader of the Bavarian independent
socialists and Town Governor
Weber. ' ' . ' ' ly
H. M. Robinson Appointed
Shipping Board Member
Washington, May 6. Appoint
ment of Henry M. Robinson of Pas-
1 4n C nf xa mamksr if Vl ft
auuiiO) vi am. a utvuiwvi v
Shipping board to succeed Charles
R. Page of San Francisco, who re
cently resigned, was announced to
day at the White House.
And Otlrsr InvwtmsBts
BOUGHT AND SOLD
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MACK'S 30ND HOUSE
1441 First National Baak Bidff.
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