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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. JANUARY 6. 1921. .
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CONTRACT KATES ON j
Want ada accepted at tba following of.
'. . flees: .
i;" VAIN OFFICE 17th and Farnam Sts
" Couth Bids'. 23H N Bt.
JsJ '. Council Bluffa 11 Scott St.
WANT ADS RECEIVED BT ritONK AT
If.' TYLER 1000.
t't : THB BRBwIII not ba responsible for
, . tnora than Nona Incorrect Insertion o an
- V advertiaemept ordered for mora than ona
-1. time. .
- V CLOSING HOURS FOR WANT ADS.
1 , - Evening Edition 11:46 A. M.
' Morning Edition :00 P- M.
; Sunday Edition 9:00 P. M.. Saturday
L " DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
DKUTSCH Mrs. Christine, 1 1727
Ninth St., Jan. 4. Deceased Is survived 0yW
her hnsband. Henry Deutsrh, wnd seven
children: Mrs. Anna Vlnquist, Mrs.
Elisabeth Urban, Mrs. Barbara Bints.
ill. l.vdla. Henrv. William and Louis.
Services from Hoffmann funeral home,
ThurcHav fit 9 n. m. Interment In
family lot at West Lawn cemetery. Thrf I
Kev. Jalstr orneiaiing in vicrman nn
the Rev. Schulla officiating in Kngnan.
STACK & FALCONER
"kkowAMBulance sssssf l4
Thirty-third nnd Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONKER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
701 South Kith St. Douglas 1 226.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Embnlmers. .
. Pbnre H. 2C5. Office 2611 Farnam.
FOR AMBULANCE call South 680. Korlsko
Funeral Home, 23d and O Sts.
; LEE L. LARMON.
v, . IS14 Douglas St. Douglas 8244.
a, " JOHN BATH. 18tii and Farnam. H 300O.
I. Henderson. 1619 Fsrnam? Douglas 1248.
BIRTHS AN DEATHS.
Eddie and Vary Brewer, hospital, girl.
U. E. and Catherine Russell, hospital,
fcVlncens!0 and Maria Matrlsclano, U2G
." "North Seventeenth, girl.
i V, Tom nnd Josephine Campaigns, 1704
V ' South Thirteenth, boy.
& - Frederick and Lucy Frosltv. :21 South
i.X . I'lfteenth, girl. .
-.V.m Kong nTd Gee Fung, 121 North
2 V Twelfth, girl. .
1." i John And Nellie Fltzgfrald, 4102 South
1 Twenty-Fghth. girt.
-- ' " John and Agneu Bfiland,
. ' cm. , h
r",-' Ralph and Jessie Burgeson, , 1408 'A
? ' f ' Slilltiiry avenue, girl. ' . ....
rl- Pasqunle and Lucia Marcbtn. 2731
'' tS'.ulh Twelfth, hoy. -
Alflo and Glovannlna Contl, 1S02 South
- Hi ! 1'ifth, boy. . '
AS.-. John aud Doris Llmas. ,1109 reenter,
i girl. '
; .i Virgil and Reglna jBrowell, 30-'7 Hamil-
- f , ton, girl. '
:- " r. Hiiruo nnd Maude M.i tana, hospital, boy.
t ll'i Gilbert anil Joy McMurray, ;io North
i Twenty-sixth, girl. , ,
- , ; Joe nnd Frances Brutto, S720 Ohio. boy.
4 'i '. Easels and Cecelia Coltran, 2416 "orth
- ... S sixteenth, boy.
Bnby Battaglta, Infant, 121 J "South Thlr,
V!' ttenth. I . '
U Mrs.' Louise Kirkpatrlck. 0. hospital.
Mrs. Ella Powers. 77, 3508 Jackson...
- Nora S. Mother, 40, hospital.
: Olla Morris, f.l, hospital.
The following couples have been Issued
- i'., i licenses to wed:
T..v John Y. Tlolmre. !fl. Omaha, and Mar-
- thn Kreider, it. Omha
"; i Hugo llanse, 4 5, Fremont, Neb., and
.: Flla Bokowskl, 26, Fremont, Neb.
2 t"' Emmet Scovll, 6S. Omaha, and Hermlne
, LMoyne, 62, Omaha. n.
L. ' Q. Ben Lowgren, 28, Omaha, and Ellia-
; beth Starleford, IS. Omaha.
"V"- Relnhi-d Labs, 22, Elkhorn, Neb., and
.- Lena Kalner, 21, Omaha,
i Ijavrenre O. Otto, 25, Qnawa, la , .and
, " '' Esther Servls, 1. Onawa.n.
''"'' j, Glenn W. Joyce. 27, dm.iha, and Helen
"'.., M. Sehaffer, 26, Qulncy, 111.
Erlck E. Anderson. 34. Omaha, and
i: i. "Edna M. Medley. 31, Omaha.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
FOR ARTICLES L&ST on street cars tele
phone Tyler S00. We are anxious to re.
store lost articles to rightful owners.
. OMAilA COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT
LOST String of pearls. Between W. O.
W.v building and 10th and Harney, Je--:
tween' 12 and 1 Tucs. Reward. H. 3803.
LOST Lady's platinum diamond ring
7 - lit 1 DUma n'alnllt 4870
Phone Walnut.' 287.
LOST Roll of bills near 29th and Leav-
fnworth. Reward. Phone Thomas,
Doui;. 842!: .
- LOST In downtown theaters, leather
's covered check book and bank. Ty
" ONE mink necfc piece -lost at Rlalto New
; Years afternoon, reward. Douglas 3269.
" LorT 1'acknge containing 8 palra of blue
rompers. Douglas 8573.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
i solicits your old clothing, furniture
i. magazines. We collect. We distribute
Phona Doug 4136 and ou wagon will
- call. Call and Inspect our new home,
. 1110-1113-1114 Dodg" St.
'WILL .Mr. Brown, Miaa Carey or Mrs. Jon
' sen. who saw lady knocked down at
16th and Farnam by bicycle at noon,
December 23. please call Tyb.r 1478.
W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 1718 Dodge.
PIPKINS NATIONAL DETECTIVE
i: AGENCT, Incorporated. Douglas 1,07.
j. Arlington Block. Omaha. Neb.
"to SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
ft 8WOBODA, 1415 FARNAM STREET.
i J .EXPERIENCED dresfmaker wanta tew
5 i r . ing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Har. 672t.
" 'llKNT Hoover vacuum cleaner, f. months,
: ff. $&; delivered once a month. Wal. 1947.
jlATTHESSES remade, spring! repaired.
H. 1762. - ,
i -aiAHNEV INSTITUTE. 150 Harney, St.
liltESSJUKtNO wanted. Douglas 6492.
ATMENT. upert Swcd. mass. D. 6877.
S r, -SWEDISH niassage. 318 Neville Block,
' . i
i ).' ,nriAiau, oia rugs remsae.
IA8SAGE 210 North Seventeeht St..
KEEP'S HOTEL ROME.
Z. i" , Let Keep's teach you to dance. Be-
p j glnners' classes, Mondays and Wednea
7 . days. 8:4S to 12: advance class, Tues-
5 t ; ' 9 8:46; assembly dances, Tues
day. Thursday and Saturday. 8:45 to 12.
- it- J v,,e lessons by appointment.
- Phone Doug. 2581. Harney 8792.
i ' 'Cal TJino School for Dancing. J424
"IVe"f Farnam. Doug. 7860.
S K. RELIABLE Defective Bureau, Railway
T ' E- Bldg. "Doug. 205fi. Night Col. 3813.
f f; JAMES JkLLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
Hemstitching and Pleating.
,;: Js'eb. Pleating & Button Co., 1806 Farnam
f' - St Doug. 6670.
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY. Mattresses
made over in new ticks at half price of
; i,' new beds. Pillows renovated and made
if, 1 "P In new feather-proof ticking. 1907
i ' Cuming street. Douglas 2467.
V - to buy back at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO.. 403 N. 16lb 8L Doug-
- 1 1 - las 5049.
- jj- JJ lft; Sims Carpet Cleaning Co. with 21
" 5? i years' experience, aewlng, lay I lis. remod
"J .. . tllng. .All work done under ooutract,
1: y. also we clean wallpaper, with years' ex
. t J- perlence. Manager S. S. Sims. Dg. 7827.
: T PAXTON-MITCHELL CO..
17th and Martha Sta., Omaha. Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
- ' tray iron castings.
- h' SELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT ctn Nr
if: purchased at Rlalto Drug Stors, I5th
. and Douglas Sta.. Omaha. Neb.
7 . FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
' '. , Writ for prices. The Ensign Co., 1(07
. i t Howard St
"-. MAFETy raxor bladea "Bharnened. new rs-
" - v tors, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
I y. . t Sharpening Co.. 11221, Dodge. 101 N. It.
r -: FULL drees sulfa and tnxedos for rent,
Z 109 N. 1 6th St. John Feldman. D. 1121.
- '1 OMAHA WELDING CO. -The Careful
; . Welders." lttli and Jackson. D. 4397.
I SECOND band Singer Sewing machine, A-l
t apWvAJl atUwAmt-ta, Co,' CT.
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Oraaba Towel Supply. 307 8. 11th. P. 628.
WALLS cleaned. Oaver. Olfax 28.
Kumiture and Household Goods.
ENORMOS ruts In living room 'dining
sets, beil'oom. furniture, also auction
prices on ruga. Home furnltura Co.,
South SlJe. ., '
OLASS door wardrobe; Emerson upright
6233 S. 25th street, Phoqa South
Pianos and musical Instruments.
CLEANUP SALE All standard phono
graphs at less than half price. ' $100
size, 139.60; $136 slie, $41.60; $160 sire.
I $56. $1 records. 45c, Records ex
changed, 15s. Shlaea Phonograph Co.,
' 1404 Dodge.
Pianos for reHt.
art and music
SAXOPHONE, bsnd instrument repairing.
Zd-hand saxophone. Myers sraxopnone
Shop. 1125 8. 29th St. H. 4793.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas. Instructions fa-
airing. Phone Harney sabiv ueo. m.
mltn, 2761 Dvn,ort ot.
CHILD'S bed and mattress. Colfax 2359.
EVENING dress suit, size 37; cheap; good
as new.) 610 soutn lGtn, Apt. 8.
Typewriters tnd Supplits.
. ADDING MACHINES.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired Solo agents for the CORONA.
Get our price before you buy. Every
machine guaranteed. N
Central Typewriter Exc.
Douglas 4120. 1912 Farnam.
PROTECTOGRAPHS, F. & E.'s; bargains.
320 Neville Bldg.
1-TON Fnlrbanks No. 4 standard
scale, SxilVi foot platform, also
28-inch Buffalo Forge Cn0exhauat
fan. Inquire at Omaha, Bee office,
17thind Farnam Sts. Phone Tyler
looo. -. r
IN GOING through your attice, don't you
rind a lot of clothing, furniture, pic
tures and other articles that you have
no further use for? And have you ever
stopped tq think, that someone might
bo only too glad to have them? Then
why not let the publio know you have
those articles useless to you through
a little want ad In the Bee? It costs
very little and a 3-day ad would almost
be sure to sell It fdr vou. Try It. Call
Tyler 1000 and ask for the Want Ad
We rent, repair, sell needles and pacts.
16th and Harney. DuOglai 1973.
SURE and safe Investment, city warrants
-to pay you 10 per cent interest, $100,
$500 and $1,000 amounts. E. G. Solomon,
617 Karbach Bldg. Douglas 6262.
WE buy, sell safes, make desks,'1 show
caaes, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. D. 2724.
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
FRED C. TAYLOR,
602 SECURITIES BLDG. TY. 3685.
FOR SALE Kife membership in Omah
Athletic club. Address Box H-6,
DIAMOND ring, karat, verylgood stone.
win sen .cheap. Address Box A. OA.,
.QATTTTQ BARGAINS. 12th A Farnam.
t3tr iO j, j. Darlght Safe Co.
CORN GRINDER for sale, reasonable,
neveV been used. Colfax 2359.
DARK gray overcoat for sals; best ma
terial: size 30. Tyler f85.
ATHLETIC club membership. Tyler3047.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS,. DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C Reee 1207 Farnam. D. 8146.
WILL buy aecond-hand clothing, shoes and
"urnlture. Ty. 2698. A. Zavett. 70S N. 18.
WANTED Position by experienced meal
rutter. Council Bluffs. Box Y-1382,
Council Bluffs Bee Office.
COLORED man wants Janitor or
wprK. good references, wen. az.
HAULING ashes, 12Hcia tub. Wal. 3515.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee, I. ota of good places are alwaya
advertised. Don't miss them. V
SEWING, "silks', velvets, skirts. Jackets, re
Ilned. remodeled. Reasonable. Har. 6804.
Laundry and Day Work
PHdNE your ad In to The BeeA it saves
time. Call Tyler 1000 and asic lor tne
Want Ad Dept.
DAY WORK by experlenced-4ady, or work.
K as Jantiress. competent, foutn 4481. -
2UNDLE washing, to take home.
Class launaress. wier 43Z8.
PLAIN , sewing done by day at 3570
South S2d Ave.
Ay work wanted, exp. Webster" 638S.
BUNDLE washing called for, ?TTCol. 497$
DAY work, cleaning, ironing. WebS 6622,
WOjL blan)et s. luce curtains.' H 1130.
DAY work wanted. Colored. U. 1026.
DAY" work, exn. Colored. Web. 5S20.
DAY work wanteu. Webster 6531.
First class laundress. Tyler 4128.
DAYWORK wanted. Harney 7012.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
experienced baluc clerk, $100;
machinery. $125: stenographer, law of
fice, beginner. $100; traveling salesman.
grocery experience. $176 and expenses.
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASSN,
, 1306 First Kat. Bank Bhlg.
CANDY salesman. Hsstlngs territory;
must be an experienced man. $150-$20i.
THE IARTI CO.. 1128 W, O. W. Bldg.
BOY wanted with wheel; short houra
good pay. 1604 Farnam.
WANTED Men wishing pnnltion as fire
men, nraxemen, colored train porters on
large Nebraska roails. write immediate
ly for full Information; no experience
necessary; 8lo-f'.'50 month. Inter Kail'
way Dept. 232. Indlanapollst Wi.
LEARN the best trade. Barbers wanted
everywhere. Earn while you learn.
Few weeks completes our eouse. Writ
today for special proposition and frf-e
Illustrated catalog. MOLER BARBER
PAI T PCP i in i, .1.1. .
WANTED Harneamaker with exnc
Hence with hardware and Implements.
State age and give references In first
letter. Steady Joh. Stato wages. P. O.
Heauneu. winner, 8. D.
TRINTER wanted January 17. Must bo
able to handle Jobs, ada and presses.
i ne vmserver, i,ngan, la.
LESSONS given on ukulele. Tyler 4S43.
Salesmen and Solicitors,
YOUNG men wanted to sell Butterlrk
jaagssines. 40 per cent commission. 30S
HELP WANTED MAtE.
Salesmen and Solicitors;
-Wide awaka and ambitious to sal
fast-going line of yrups to soda foun
tain and confectionery trade, ciders to
soft drink bars and pool hall trade. Open
territory. State selling experience and
when you could (o to work. Glve tele
phone number so interview an be ar
ranged. For appointment, address Box
W-96. Omaha Bee. ,
SPLENDID opportunity with large cor-J
poration open to experienced epeciaity
salesman who haa successful record In
handling wholesale or retail grocery
trade. Commission plan, with guaran
' teed' account afforda salesman" who"
qualifies earnings to full .capacity W
ability. . In answering state age.' ex
perience, salary expected and telephone.
number. Box T-138S. Omaha Bee.
SALESMEN to sell a new accident policy
protecting against Injury from or By
an automobile. Everyone needs and
wants one. Costs but" $6 per year. Big
value for money, .quick .sales for. live
wires, either as main or ante una. Mer
chants' Life and Casualty Co., Mlnne
apollsy Minn. ' -
SPECIALTY salesmen wanted', in silver
ware, .rugs and blankets. Can ,use a
couple of good men. out of town work.
C." F. Adams Co., 623 So. 16th.
EXCEPTIONAL opportunity for few sales
men who write st once. McCleery Cal
endar Factory, Washington, la, '
MAN wanted to set pins at Farnam Bowl
ling Alley. 1807 Farnam St.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young lady students to enroll
in our classes of shorthand, typewrit
ing, comptometer and bookkeeping. In
dividual tnstruotton, day and i evening
classes. Tuition payable (monthly.
DWOHAK SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING,
2nd Floor Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
Phone Douglas 7416. i
STENOGRAPHER, grain experience, $100
$110; typist and ledger clerk, good per
' sontfkiy, able to-ssteet public and. asaiat
In doctor's office, salary open.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
913 First National Bank" Bldg:
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
to travel In western territory for
old established concern to inter
view better class business men only.
This is excellent opportunity for young
business woman to get Into sealing work.
Appointment by phone only call be
tween 6 and 8 p. m. May Mllligan,
Room 316, Castle hotel.
Profession, arid Trade?.
WANTED Refined woman experienced
in Industrial welfare work or work of
a similar character. Excellent oppor
tunity for wonan who can qualify. State
age and experience. Box W-72, Omaha
EXPERIENCED waist finishers wanted.
None others need npnly. Jessie F. Fox,
774 SajHiders-Kennedy Bldg.
WANTED Experienced mangle girl.
Dtannara iiaunury. .4Us No. Z4tn. iweb
WOMAN to hand iron.' Apply Laundry
Dept.,, Fontenelle Hotel. . .
' Household and Domestic.
WANTED AT ONCE
Good girl for general housework. Small
family, modern conveniences Laundress
kept No small children, good wages,
good home to right girL' Address Box
X72. Omaha B
- Watch the Domestic Column of The
Be Want Ads. Good, well-paid and
homelike placea always awertlaed.
WANTED White girl for bouse work;
small lamiiy; good wages. Mrs. U. H.
Pratt, 3504 Woolworth Ave. Har. 0633.
WANTED Experienced white woman to
keep house. 4 in family. Can gosjnome
nights If desired. Harney 7324.
COMPETENT girl for general nousework.
Must oe good cook. No laundry, net
erences required. Harney 3014.
WANTED Competent cook. Mrs.
Klrkendall, 3727 Jackson St
, 3717 Jack
WANTED, y ,
BETWEEN AGES OF 17 AND
3TH GRADE EDUCATION OR BETTER.
ROOM $14. NEW TELEPHONE BLDG.,
1T ANU UUULA3 STREETS.
LADIES wanted who would like to do
art wont at home: experience unneces
sary. Call forenoons. Room 30. Douglsa
jaioca. - 1
Male and Female .
WANTED Men, ladies and boys to learn
Darner trade; big demand; wages wnlle
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber Collega
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses in accountancy, ma'
chine bookkeeping, conitometry. short'
hand and typewriting, railroad and wire
less telegraphy, civil pervlce and all
English and commercial branches. Write.
call or phona Douglas 1668 for large
Illustrated catalog. Adriress
Boylts Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Bant School Of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
THE business 'you want may be here
2 movies, 3 -drug stores, 4 groceries, -barber
shops, pool hall, shoe shop, soft
drink and lunch, hotels and rooming
houses. Courteous service, two autos.
Doug. 1180. Erhorti. 6,16 Beg" Bug.
TO GET in or out of business, see LEWIS
A Co., 411 McCague Bldg. -
THE best ittle dental office In Omaha,
$1,000. Phone Douglas 3600.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Furnished Rooms. 1
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR.ROOMBfc.
Or havs vAu ctanned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
for you. if so, then call Tne u want
Ad Dcat.. Tyler 1000. and we wiil not
only furnish you with a completeroom
list or choice vacant rooms in urnnna,
hnt nljio keen vour number on our "Want
to Rent" list for further reference In cms
vou wanted to make another chang-
These lists are absolutely free of charge
to all readers and advertisers nt The,
Omaha Beo and published aoieiy, ior
their convenience and benefit, fill any
time. Xyler 1000. Want Ad Dept.
COMPLETE RM. LIST OF ALL CHOICB
ROOMS IN OMAHA FOR BENEFIT OF
OUR READERS AND ADVERTISERS.
CALL FOR IT ANY TIME. TYLER
1000. WANT AD. - -
SPLENDID front room. 2d floor, modern
home, private family, sensible rent,
Lady or gentleman with references.
26th and Harney Sts. Har.-ftaOL
ONE or 1 nice warm rooms, modern. prl
vate home, close to car, garage, 3117
Lincoln nin. i. hum.
FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms
also garago space. 2021 Davenport
Harney 0263. I
THREE rooms, -teat, $10 week, Wal. Hit.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
LARGE front room, private home, for i
' young men, references required. Har
ney 4112. '
FOUR rooms furnished or unfurnished.
call wainui tt, xtensou
4 ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, welt
heated. CaU Wal. 6848. Benson Cnti.
NICELY furnished rooms, modern apart
ment; breakfast If desired. Tyler. 1835.
ONE large front room, well furnished,
well heated. 2222 Farnam.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished room in private
house for lady. 4303 Dodge, wal. sss.
NICE clean front raom.
NICELY furnished room. Web. 4167.
1 SLEEPING rooma. 2613 Mason St.
K1NOLE sleeping room. Har. 3737.-
IkCALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN CITY. WE HAVE
THB. BEST IN CITT.j. CALL TYLER
KfOO. WANT AD. AS ABOUT OL'n
BEE ROOM LIST. PUBLISHED EVERY
.WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR' ADVERTISERS
AND READERS. TYLEK 1000. WANT
AD. - 0
TWO front rooms, furnished or partly
furnished for light housekeeping. 113J
No. 20th St.
2663 ST, MARYS AVE. 2 modern, warm
furnished front rooms. Dg. 4432.
MODERN light housekeeping rooms. South
NICE large housekeplng room with
kitchenette. 2658 Douglas. H. 1324.
1 ROOM well furnished for light house
keeping. (20 8. 20th St.
THREE nicely furnished rooms for house
keeping. Walnut 2267. ,
TWO nice large rooms for light house
keeping. 2668 Douglas.
SMALL housekeeping roqm. D, 4688.
Board and Rooms.
FCR CHOICE BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS, AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY. 1000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS.
FURNISHED room with board for 2 gen
tleman or man and wife, modern, home
privileges,' Call Web. 6003. '.
warm room, for one or - two
private family; tjpakfaat ' Col.
HOMELIKE furnished double room, suit-
ame tor z, wun noara, siu. Har. zizs.
NICE south front room for two ladles or
couple employed; two meals. Har. 1313.
WILL board, and room two children, pri
vate home, reasonable. Walnut 1273.
ROOM 'and board in private home for
lady, close to car. Web. 6529.
BOARDING school for children over 4
years or age. Har. 2949. gm -
2.726 Si). 19TH ST. Nice front
hnavri fall rJ., RQIO.
1WO unfurnished rooms on bath floor,
modern except heat, reasonable. Web.
IREE rooma upstairs.' modern
heat Walnut 6380. -
1613 DAVENPORT 2 rooms. Har. 6249.
Rooms J Wanted.
WANTED Suite of 3 or 4 fur. rooms in
Omaha University district, state price.
Box W-101, Omaha Bee.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
An attractive 8-room home facing
Fontenelle Park. Garage; large lot
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Tyler 0544; 17th and Farnam Sts.
4-ilOOM cottage, 1905 Paul St.. $17.6
month. Call at 1160 North 19th for key,
or phona Douglas 1734. '
(ROOM house, modern except beat 2737
aoutn i2tn at. Douglas 7185.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
THE EL-BEUDOR. v"
Dodge, at 18th Street .
Tyler 4200 ,"
Omaha's Newest and Finest Ex
clusive Apartment Hotel. -.
Reservations Filed For
Future Occupancy. ' "
7 6-foom Apartment very nicely fur
nlshed and well located to be, leased
until July 1st to a couple only. Apptl
cantsmust be able to furnish references.
Rent. $125. -
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Tyler 0544. 17th and Farnam Sts.
FIVE rooms furnished, sunny exposure.
412 Karbach Blk. Doug. 4194. I
Located on 38th avenue between Far
nam anT Dewey avenue; O Tirana's flneBt
and newest apartment building; suites
of three, four and five rooms; in Oma
ha's most exclusive residence district.
Prices, $100 to $160. Building now
ready for occupancy,
O'KEEFE REAL ,
101$ Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
New, conveniently arranged - 5-room
Apartment a very a comfortable home,
located In. the Mount Vernnon at 624
So. 31st St. Rent, $140.
Maid's room and heated ' garages In
Some smaller apartments at $106.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Tyhlr 0544. 17th and Farnam Sts.
A -room Apartment In one of Oma
ha'a nicest buildings, the Ardmore Ter
race In Dundee at 49th and California
Street. Rent. $126.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Tyler 0644. . 17th and Farnam 8ts.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management
4-ROOM heated apartment, modern,
. $61.60,1' Maple court, 18th and Maple.
FOR RENT Business Property.
SEE F. D. WEAD. 310 S. 18TH ST.
Garages and Barns.
CAR apace for rent at 618 S. 26th St.
ptione uougius sis&.
GARAGE for 2 cars, reasonsble. Wal. 119J.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANT to rent small atore ' suitable for
aoft drink parlor.
Address Box R-909,
MOVING AND STORAGE. 4
FIDELITY ? . CO.
STORAGE. MOVING, PACKING
TrniTsiru'nr.n nnnns AND PIANOS
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
. HOUSES AND APARTMENTS,
16th and Jackson Sis. Dougln 0283.
MOVING, PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate locked ' rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
108 South lfith. ' Doug 4168.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
D storage. 1106 Davenport iioug, 1806,
S. Patent Office.
JJGCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
, PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
MOVING AND STORAGE.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. It. Bowen Co. Tyler 3400.
GLOBE VAnTTRANSFER AND
For real service in hauling or ator
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglaa 433$.
Auto or wagon service. JL
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
CHICKEN wheat, $2.60 per cwt. delivered.
a. w. wagoner, km m. letn. Dg. 1142.
Buy a Guy L. Smith
y IJsed Car '
' A Safe Intestment.
We have the ear you want, at
the price you expect to pay'. Every
body type from roadster to limou
sine. All Standard makes. Wide
range in prices. Every car guar
anteed. -' ' ' ' '
' "'' ' '
Hudson Super-Six Tourings. .'
Hudson Super-Six; Speedsters. . i
Hudson Super-Six Sedans.
Essex Roadsters. .
Essex Tourings. ' .
. Essex Sedans.
Studebaker Roadster. ,
Willys-Knight Touring. . :
Buick Touring. . ; -
Velie Roadster. . ? ,
Chevrolet Touring. . " . v
Also many, others in process of
Remember our guarantee on
every car. , .' '
GUY L. SMITH, .
26th and Farnam Sts. Doup. 1970
DODGE SEDAN. BUMPERS
FRONT. AND REAR. AND
OTHER EXTRAS. LIKE NEW,
2204 Farnam. Doug. 6031. . v
We have some splendid 1919
newly painted Fords for sale, cash
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
'it. . '
. Drive ItYoursell; Co.,
1314 Howard St Doug. 3622.
AN OIjD FORD
" WHEN $1 PER DAY
WiLL BUY A NEW FORD?
Will trade your old Ford toward the
down payment of a new. self-starter
equipped touring car. The condition of
your old Ford no 'object. Th older they
are the better we iiae tnem. uoni on
lay, but come in today and gatvour lib
eral exchange proposition. Is
M CAFFKKX 11UTUK .0
V15TH AND JACKSON STS,
SjR SALE AT A BARGAIN. v.
Five-passenger Jordan Brougham.
Terms if desired. Call Harney 6459,
CADILLAC 4-passenger phaeton, excel
lent mechanically. Looks and runs like
new. Five new card Ues. This Is a bar
gain for quick sale. CaU Ty. 4143, or
Council Bluffs, Red. 1274.
ALMOST NEW Oakland' six sedan, latest
model. A blgf bargain for someone. H.
S. Muntefering, -2426 aKnsas Ave. Phone
SOME bargains In used Ford cars. Mo-
carrrey Motor Co. Tne Hanciy rorn
Service Station, 15th and Jackson, Doug
OAKLAND Sensible Six;
20th and Harney Sts.
ONE new truck, six new tires, closed cab,
large stock body. $6H0 cash. Owner
leaving city. Colfax '2416.
THE DIXIE FLYER,
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY. '
2520 Farnam 8t.
CHALMERS 7-pasaenger, fine shape, rea
sonable, or will trade. - call south 3343
after 7 p. m.
FORD Roadster In fine shape, for -nle
reasonable. Address Box XXX, Omaha
WANT TO BUY Ford roadster body, with
top and windshield, wen. bail.
FOR coupe. 1917 model, flna condition,
will sacrifice. Tyler 1592.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
WRITE foe our list of guaranteed rebuilt
motorcycles. Victor H. Roos, 21th and
Leavenworth, Dept. B, Omaha, Neb,
FOR RENT Sixty acres two miles west
of Elmwood park, on- Paclfio street.
For Rent 164 acres improved, three
muea nortn or t iorence.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
3maha National Bank Bldg.
Douglas 2715. v
low a Lands.
Farm For Sale..
Well-Improved 180-acre farm $ miles
from town of twelve hundred people In
northern Iowa. Fenced woven wire and
In high state of cultivation. Owner lives
on farm and never been rented. Will
sell on very good terms or will accept
mortgsges or gtiod securities as part
payment -and leavo balance In .land.
What have you to offer. -
A. M. Shekleton,
$,$17tt-ACRK STOCK AND GRAIN
ranch. One mile from Montana county
kit Price iinfl.ooi). mortgage $34,-
SdO. Will trade enuitv for Iowa land
or city Income property clear. A. CL
U..t h.'l Tin mk. Xlnnl.
104 ACRES 4U miles west ot Lincoln,
one block from pavement, fine little
firm win sell for lea than It'n worth;
' terms ti ault, or trade for Omaha prop
erty or lanu near ismaua. i,.
Knshtrr. Webster 09M.
invR vnn Lrnmi firaf niortsuca to trade
for equity In good farm? We have
some good farms to trnde.
URUKN1U REALTY CO.
- Douglas 196$, 141$ Yirst Nat Bank,
I SHOULD t NOT
HE r COMPUNN'
LANDOLOGY special number Just oui.
containing 1921 facts of clover land In
Marinette county, Wisconsin. If for
a home or as an Investment you are
thinking of buying gord farm lands
where farmers .row. rich, send at once
V for this special number cf Landology.
- T . t- . ...- .1 .1.1-.... filil.l.
! 1 V lire UII iniUVBl. UU nr. " '
more-Rlehle Land Co., 433 Skldmoro
Rlehle Bldg.. Marinette. WIs
f Real Estate Loans
W have cash on band to loan on Omaha
E. H. LOUGEE. INC,
538 Kecllne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARM8
1018 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. - Doug. 2715.
- $100 to $10,000 made promptly.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Bldg.. 3lL& 18th St.
PROMPT service, reasoaable rates, private
money. Garyln Bros. 346 Omaha Nat
REAL ESTATE WANTED.y
JAN. 1 finds a great numher-of people
wanting homes. Tukey offers you his
experience and ability in seYling your
home. ' .
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
620- 1st Natl. Bk..
WE had three applicants yestnrda) for
bungalows, five or alx rooms, all mod
ern, from $4,500 to $0,500. Let us
know what you have for sale. We
will do the rest.
ALFRED THOMAS SON, REALTORS,
004 First National Bank.
WE HAVE buyers for desirable five, slJ
and seven room homes that can oe sold
on reasonable terms. Real service,
OSBORNE REALTY CO. "
530 Peterr Trust Bldg. Douglas 2282.
WE buy and sell Omana real estate.
C. B. STUHT- CO.,
Douglas 8787. $13 City Nat'l
IF YOU are thinking fit celling we have
buyers. Can make a CTtiick sale.
' RASP. BROS., Realtors,
210-12-l Kcellne Bldg. V Tyler t)721.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DPNALD
1120 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 1426.
LIST homes and income property.
GRUENIG REALTY CO.
1418. 1st Nat. Bk. Doug. 1906.
IF your house Is for ale we want the
' A. P. TUKEY As SON, Realtors.
620 First National Bank. Doug. 4223.
$1,000 cash to pay down on the best
modern home in desirable district, give
heat price and complete description.
Box W-97, Omaha-Bee
Can pay $760 cash and $25 monthly
on five .ir six room cottage, give ad
dress and best price. Box W-98, Omaha
W. G. SHRIVERrAinEe.TATB
1047-9 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1136
Western Real Estat Co., 412 Karbach Bldg.
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M CAGUE INVESTMENT LU.. "
1506 Dodge St. ' Douglaa 1346.
TTPlV''l?'TrP REAL ESTATE:
DlXxISJ X X sella. Rents. Insures.
350. Peters Trust Bldg. ' Doug 863.
P. J. TEBBENSinind Rental.
$06 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Donglaa 2183
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
CUMING Near 19th St, 44 feet; must be
sold to close estate, t;. a. un-wnsi.
Omaha Nat'L Bank Bldg ,
FOR SALE cheap; 2 Iota on Ak-Sar-Ben
Hill, inquire zeza jnanes.'
113 FEET ON 11TH ST.,
$50 PER FOOT. i
BOSTWICK, 400 Peters Trust Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
f am letving the city and have an ex
cellent, wofl built, well located brick
duplex, which 1 will aelt at a bargain.
This is located In good residence dia
trlct and on good car line; require about
$5;60O cash to handle and can show
excellent net Incomo tor interested party.
Box R-81, Omaha Bee.
RENTAL $45 PER MONTH.
Located south of Leavenworth street,
near 26th; store and cottage. Might
consider an exchange tor smaller prop-
6 GLOVER SPAIN,
Douglas 2860. 918-20 City National.
THE BUSINESS YOU WANT may ba
. here 2 movies, 2 drug stores, 4 gro.
. coriee, 2 barber shops, pool nail.- shoe
shop, soft drinks and lunch, hotel and
rooming . houses. Courteous ' service.
Two autos. Doug. 1180. ERHOSH. 636
WALSH-ELMER CO.. Realtors; Real
Estate, Investment, Insurance, JRentala.
Tyler 1536. 833 Securities Bldf. !
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WILL trade good lota for equity In mod
ern or part modern hpnse. Doug. 0722.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
DUNDEE, $7,500 .
Very fine S-room homo on one of
the most attractive streets In Dundee.
Living room across front,' square dining
room, serving pantry and kitchen. Three
roomy bedrooms and bath above. Oak
floors and finish downstairs. Hard
pine above. Full cemented basement,
furnace. Paving paid.
Tyler 1636. ' 333 Securities Bldg.
Seven-room ' house. Upstairs, $
sleeping rooms and barh room, whltt
enamel finish, large closet room nnd en
closed sleeping porch. Downstairs, liv
ing room and dining room, finished in
oak. Kitchen and breakfast room white
enamel finish. All In first-class condi
tion. Hot water heat. Must sell quick.
5018 Davenport. Walnut 2086.
A NEW HOME IN DUNDEE.
$1,600 fash; $126 per month; six de
lightful rooms and tile bath; two
stories and attic; large lot, east front,
one block to car; absolutely complete.
. MATTSON A SM AILS,
NKTH A WAY. Suburban prop'ly. Col. 1400.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
MODERN 7-room house, Hanscom Park
district, close to two car lines. Priced
my low at $4,600. Worth much moid.
' i sv.T-r, e irrtnrT T O
711-20 Kealina Bldg.
MCE 4-room hou. bargain, $1,750. Will
take a good Ford or Dodge for -my
"""" ORUENia REALTY CO., J
, Douglas 19! 118 Jttrat Nat. Bank.
Drawn for The Bee by McManus
t'oivright. l20 Inlernatkinsl News Service
VOU MKK1N' So
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
.JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4380.
I CHOICE lots, attractive suburban loca
tion, 6-room house, newly decorated;
gas. water, electric lights. $3,000. $209
down. Douglas 422$.
A FEW homes and lots for sala
wood addition; a sat place for
ment. Norrls & Norrls. Douglas
J. B. ROBINSON, real
N, real es'
i Bldg. VP
state and Invest-
ment. 442 Bee Bldg,
v PRICE 85.600. 4
Nearly new 6-ratom bungalow, all
modern, oak finish, oak and maple
floors, stair to attic, full basement,
furnace heat, fine hedge In front, paved
street. Located near Omaha tm
Owner leaving cltv.
RASP BROS., 212 Keellne Bldg. Ty. 0721.
All modern 7-room hdtrse. south front
paved at, garage; terms: also, 6-r. houaa,
modern ' except furnace, south front.
paved Bt. Terms, owner, coy, lies
MINNE I .USA lot. Will sell $360 equity n
lot located within one block of Prettiest
Mile clubhouse. Will consider Ford In
exchange. Colfax 1987.
frEE this 6-room, all modem home, sooth
front, newly painted, $4.500r terms.
S-RUENIG REALTY CO.,
1418 First Nat. Bank. 'Doug. 19fi.
5-HOOM bouse, paved street, for $2,000:
easy terms. Col. 0176. R. F. Clary Co.,
North Omaha Realtors, 2414 Ames Ave
SPECIAL terms on 2823 Seward St. 4-rm.
bungalow. Modern. $200 cash, bal. mo.
Crelgh. 608 nee. Doug. 0200.
TWO large lots, 7-roora house, all modern
, but heat Leaving city and must sacrifice
atonce. coltax lt,8
MINNE LU8A homes and lots offer the
, best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
BENSON A MEYERS CO., 424 Om. Nat'l.
FOR - SALE By -owner. 6-rocm house.
part modern, barn, outbuildings, street
paved. Hair cash. Price, - 3,319.
i South 4772.
Bonds and Notes
The following quotations furnished by
the Omaha Trust company: Approx.
Am. T. & T. Co. 6s, 1922... 5'4 $.65
Am. T. & T. Co. 6s. 1924... 92 4 8.60
Anaconda 6s, 1929 84 8.80
Argentine Sterling 4s .. .$425 per f 200 bond
Armour 7s, 1930
t $s. 1925 ...L. 90k
t. Ytos, .1. r
Iteel 7s, 1922 ..!; 97 t.
Bethlehem Steel 7s, 1923
British 5 lis, 1922
British 5Hs, 1929 .-.
British 6s, 1937
C. C. C. A St. L. 6s, 1929.
C, B. & Q. Jt. 4s. 1921 .
Cndahy Pkg.- 7s, 1923 j..
B. F. Goodrich 7s. 1925
French Govt. 8s. 1945
94 4i '
Japanese Govt 4s. 1925
Japanese Uovt. 4s, 1931
Norway 8a. 1940
Morris A Co. 7Ha. 1930.
N. T. Central 7s. 1930...
Pennsylvania R. R. 7s, 1930.108
U. S. Kubber 7V.S, 1980 .... 96
Swedish Govt. 6s, 1939 80
Swift A Co. 6s. 1921 98
Swift A Co. 7s, 1925 9
Western Electric 7s. 1925 .. 97 i
Swiss Govt Ss. 1940 103
Denmark 8a, 1945 98
Westlnghousa Eleo. -7. 1931 94-i
New York Coffea.
New York, Jan. 5. The market for cof
fee futures showed, rather a steadier tone
Jl,.i.1n- tnitttv'- -1.. ,-.itl - .V.-
r .., ......is. v-. ,u ,,
and higher foreign exchange rates. First
prices were 7 points lower on January, but
generally uuehanged to 7 points hlrher.
and ttiw .....
with March soiling at 6.45o and May at
6.88c before the end of the morning, or
aoout 11 to 13 points net higher. There
was scattered realising, howerer,. at this
level and the market reacted later on re
ports of unset Uj'd markets In Braill, with
March selling l ack to 6.39c and May, 8.76s.
The close was net 1 points higher to 2
January, 5.36c; March,, $.36c; May, $.7$c;
July, 7.13c; September, 7.40c; October,
7.61c; December, 7.74c .
Spot CoffeeNominal; Rio 7s, 414c
CKc; Santos 4s. 84 69140. .
New York GenWal,
New Tork. Jan. 6. Flour Easy; spring
patents, $9.25 9.75; spring clears, $7,604!)
8.25; winter straights, $3.7509.25: Kan'
aas stralghta, $9.009.60.
Wheat Spot, eas?; No. 2 red and No. 2
hard, $1.894 c. 1. f. track New York
shipment for January; No. 2 i mixed
durum, $1.96 c. I, f. to arrlv.
Corn Spot, easy; No. I yellow. 9o;
No. 2 mixed, 93o c. 1. f. New York to
Oats Spot, quiet; No. 1 white. lt,c.
Lard Easy; mlddlewaaV $13.25913.36.
Other articles unchanged.
New York Sngar. v
New Yosl:, Jan. 6. Raw sugar was
steady today at 414 c for Cubas cost and
freight, equal to 6.62o for centrifugal. No
sales were reported, with flneg ranulated
listed at 7.90W8.OO&
Renewed selling pressure appeared m
sugar future" and prices at midday were
jw m ii points lower. .Business was ur
usually active, but most of it was tn th
iurm oi rswucning.
Sugar futures closed easy;- sales, M,930
tons; January, 4.60c; March, 4.69o; May.
4.84c; July, 4.96c. j V
Nfw York Sugar . ,
New York. Jan. 6. The local marVet
for raw sugar was unchanged at 414 o lor
Cubas, c. L t. .equal to 6.63 for centrifugal.
There- wera additional sales lata Tuesday
of 25,00 bags of Cubas and today's busi
ness amounted to only 25,000 bags, old and
new crop, all at the 414c 'level. There was
ro change In refined prices. Which continue
to be listed nt 7.90 to 8 cents for fine
granulated .and there is said to be a good
New York Dry Ooodn.
New York, Jan. 6. Yarn, dved colored
cottons, particularly staple ginghams anl
cbambrays, were acttve In the dry goods
market here today, Grav goods held
steady. Yarns were firmer. Knit goodj
were priced for spring on a lower basis
nnd new business began to come forward.
Some worsted dress good of fine con
struction, chiefly fine trlcotlnes, were re
ported as aold up for spring. '
Turpentine lad Rosin .
Savannah, Oa., Jan. 6, Turpentine
Quiet; 9214c; no sales; receipts, 152; ship
ments, 196; stock, 16,936 bbls.
; Rosin Qnlet; no sales; receipts, 216;
shipments, 810: stock, 85,181 casks.
Quote: B. D. E, F, O. H. I, K, M, N,
WO, WW, $11.00.
Last sale November 12.
New York Metals.
New York. Jan. 6. Iron Nominal; No,
1 northern, $33.00$4.00; No. 2 northern,
$30.90632.00; No. 2 southern. $31.00$2.OO.
Tin Firm; spot, $36.(0036.75; futures.
Zinc Easier; Eatt St Louis delivery.
Other metals unchanged.
London, Jan. (. Bar Silver 42144 per
Money 44 per, cent.
Discount Rates 8hort bills, unchanged;
three-month bills, 614 per tent.
New York Dried Fruits.
New Tork, Jan. (.Evaporated Apples
Neglected. Prunes Unsettled.
Apricots and Peaches Quiet.
- N Ioadon Metals.
London. Jan. 8tsndard copper. C72,
Ifla: elertrnlvtle. unchanged; tin, f205,
13s; lead, 123, (a; alnr. 126. 7s, (d.
Duluth, Jan. (.Linseed On track and
' b've Stock
Omaha, Jan. I.
JJfflctal Tuesday ..-7.35
Estimate Wednesday ,oo
S days this week.. 10,777
Same last week ... 16,784
Same 9 weeks sea.. 9.690
Same 8 weeks ago.. 27,613 $3,454
Sam days year ago $2,(32 39.69$
Receipts and disposition of Mvt stock at
the Union Stock Yards, Omaha, Neb., for
24 hours ending at $ o'clock p. m., Janu-,
ary 6, 1931:
C. M. A 8t P
Missouri Paclfio ......
C. A N. W east
C. A N. W., wsst
C, St. P.. M. O
C, B. A Q, east....
V., n. ic Q. west.,..
C, R. I. & P., et..
t . R. 1. A P.. west..
Chi. Gt. West
(0 40 7
25 a. 9 7
2 4 4
41 27 7
$ 6 3
' i 1 V .
272 141 (3
v DISPOSITION HEAD.
Morris A Co. ...... 636
Swift A Co 1.244
Cudahy Packing Co. 988
Armour A Co 1,086 .
Schwartz A Co
J. W.' Murphy v
Dold Pkg. Co air
Lincoln Pack. Co.. 63
S. O. Pack. Co.... 30
U?den Pack. Co
Klggins Pack Co.. 61
Hoffman Bre. .... 3
Mayerowlch A Vail 62
P. O'Dea 20
Wilson A Co 40
W.B.Van Sant A Co. 19
Teuton -ft Van Bant. 4
F. P. Lewis. n V C4
Huntztngvr & Oliver 192 ...
I J.x B. Root & Co.. 122
J. H. Bulla .. ... 65
Kosenstock Bros. .. 63 ....
F. G. Kellogg 145 ....
Werthelmer A Dagcn 137 ....
Ellis A Co ..... 17 ....
Sullivan Bros 33 ....
Ji G. Christie .... 82 ....
John Harvey 52 ....
Jensen A Lundgren 11 ....
Dennis & Francis.. It ....
Cheek A Krebs 1 ....
Omaha Packing Co. f! ....
Midwest. Pack. Co.. '11
Western Meat Co'. 312
Other buyers 1.387 ....
Total 7,098 $,$40 10fpl
Cattle Receipts of cattle were much
the same ns on Monaayi and TuesaaMk
about 6,300 head, and in most respects tu
murket today was a repetition of Tues
day's trade-. Best of the cornfed beeves
found a lair outlet at Steady to easier
prices, while less attractive offerings of
both beef steers and cows wera slow sals
at price weak tn quarter lower thnn
Tuesday. Best fat cattle on sale brought
around $10.00. There was a very good
local and country demand for desirabla
stoclt cattle and feeng steers and prices
vicre generally quoted"" strong In this
branch -ot the trade.
BEEF STEERS. 1
Av. Pr. No.
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
S 00 10
5 60 19
QuoiatlonM .on cuttle: Fair to
ceves, 88.00I0.25; common to
beeves. (6.7608.25: fair to arood vearlings.
?J.OO(r10.08; common to fair yearlings..
rs.60ff8.on: choice to prime heifers. 7.i- i
ti6.50; good to choice heifers. 8S.2607.6O;
choice to prime con's, $7.50 8.00; good tj
choice cows, $6.2507.25; fair to good cows,
$.256.25; common to fair cows. 82.25$;
6.08; good to choice feeders, $8.009.0o:
fair to good feeders, $7.25 8.00 ? common
t fair feeders. IS.0fl7.00; good to choice
stackers, $7.C0$A60; fair to goorstorkerc.
Ci. 75I&7.50; common to fair stockers, $5."0
410.50; jttock heifers, 4.2696.25; stock
cows, fl. 0005. 25; veal calves, $S.60jji
10.00; buts. stags, etc. $4.6007.00.
Hogs A liberal run of hogs arrived for
today's trade, the yard estimate railing
for a total of 10.700 head. In spite of
the generous receipts, demand from all
quarters had plenty of activity and a gen
erally steady market was the result oc-
, ,. , ,-,,.,. ... ,u ..j
TTfew loads of hogs went nver the scale
at shaded figures. Bulk of supply sold
at a spread nf $8.8(09.(0 with best butch
er weights selling both to packers and
snippers at s.z, tne day. top.
Pr. No. Av.
Sheep Today s receipts of sheep and
Iambs were nf fair size and packers mads
a little effort to cheapen cost. Trade
finally shaped up with fat lambs selling
at prices wsk to a quarter lower with
fat sheep ruling slow but gonerally steady.
Best killing lambs topped at $11.00 snd
other sales wera reported at (10.40$)
10.75. Good awes brought $3.7604.00 In
dicating a to of $4.15 on choice handy
weights. Feeder - trade was nominal
owing to scarcity of thin sheep and hnrtb
In the receipts. -
No. Av. Pr. No. At. Pr.
166 fed 93, 10 23
FAT EWK8. -
80 fed 109 4 00
Quotations on sheep: Best fat lambs,
$10.75011.$'!; medium to good lambs,
$10.2610.7 Plain and heavy lambs,
$9.0009.60; yearlings, $7.(008.25; weth
ers, $6.0006.26; good to choice ewes. $4.00
4.2i; fair to good ewes. $3.2504.00; cull
and canner ewes, $1.5002.50; feeding
l.vnH. II T.AAI tC. ...., .
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Jan. 5. Cattle Receipts,
11,000; beef rtcers opened slow to steady. -closing
steady to 26c higher, nothing
toppy; best here, $11.00; bulk, $6,600
$10.00; best heifers and canners, steady:
other she stock unevenly steady, to 25e
lower; bulk butcher cows, $5.(007.00; I
bulls, steady with yesterday's close; bulk
bologna, $5.7(06.50; heavy calves,
steady; vealers, 60c lower; bulk, $12,000
12.25: stockers and feeders, steady.
Hogs Receipts, 26,000; opened stead?
tn 10c lower, later mostly steady to 16s
higher than yesterday's average; top.
$10.00; bulk, $9.2509.(0; pigs, lOo high
er; bulk, desirable, (4 to 130-pound pigs,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 13,000;
mostly 25c higher; top lambs, $11.75; bulb
$10.(0011.(5; choice 90-pound western
ewes. $6.00; bulk fat ewes, Jl.7itf4.25;
City Iva Stock.
Kansas fclty. Mo., Jan. (. Ctttle Re
ceipts. 6,500 head; beef steers uneven,
but mostly steady, with beat kind bulls; f
sarly sales, $7,600( 40; best offerings held
at (10.(0011.00; aha stock, calves, canners
and feedeis. steady; bulls and stockers,
strong to 36o higher; good and choice
cows, (6.2607.36; good heifers. (7.60; best
vealers. (12.60; bulk bulls. (5.7508.(0.
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; market un
even, steady to 16e lower; mostly 10a
lower: early weakness segalned at close;
top. (9.(6; hulk of sales,1 (8.(009.(0; plga.
steady to ISo higher; good and choice fat
Sheen snd -Lambs Raceinta. (.009 head: '
sncep ana lamns. steady;
Sienx City Live Stock.
Sioux City, I., Jan. $. Cattl Receipts,
4.100 bead; market slow and lower; feil
i.teers and yesrllngs, (ti.OO0H.OO; fat
cows and heifers, 65.00W6.00; canners.
$3.9004.60: vests ((.009.(: common
calves. $3.50tJ9.oo; reeaera,
feeding cows and heifers,
stockers. (6.000 (.(0.
Hogs Rseelpts. 9,100 head: market 1(9
(So lower; choice light, (9.o089.1(: com
mon lights (8.(008.80! mixed, (6. 850
9.00: heavy. $1.9(09.16; hulk ot sales,
Sheep Recelptst 900 head; marks.)
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p- Live Stack. '
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: market steady; steers. .
St. Joseph. Mo,
retpta, 4.100 head
36.S0C 10i60: , cows and heifers. It lia
9.60! calves. $7.OO01l.((i stockers and
Hogs Receipts. 7,090 head: market un
even, about lOo higher; top. $9.20; bulk of
Sheep and Iambs Receipts. 4.09ft htsAfl
swes, $1(0 (.(
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