Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 02, 1921, Page 8, Image 8
IHfci hfci&: UMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 2, 121. Classified Advertising Rates l'c per lln lenuiit fiord to line) 1 dy lit per lln per dir. ,3 conmeiitiv day. lAe per line per day, 7 con.eruliv dy 14a per lint per day, 80 coiueeutive day No ad taken (or l than a total oi 3nc Thai rate apply either to the Daily or Sunday Bee. All dvertisemenrs ap pear in both morning and evening daily paper for the one charge. CONTRACT BATES ON APPLICATION Want ada accepted at the following of fices ! MAIN OFFICE 17th and Farnam St. South Side 4936 South 24th fit round! Bluff IS Scott St. WANT ADS RECEIVED BY I'HONK AT TYLER 1000. THE BEE will not be responsible for mora than on incorrect iniertion of an advertiaement ordered for mora than one time. CLOSING HOUR3 FOR WANT ADS. Evening Kditirn i 11:4 A.M. Morning Edition 9:00 P. M. Sunday Edition 9:00 P. M.. Saturday FUNERAL DIRECTORS. STACK & FALCONER OMAHA'S BEST Jo "AMBULANCE u Thlrty-thlrd and Farnam. HULSE & RIEPEN ' PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 11 South 18th St. DougUaJlM. "HEAFEY & HEAFEY, Undertaken and Embalmere. Phona Office 3811 Farnam, FOR AMBULANCE call South 680. Korlako Funeral Home. 33d and O Bt. "florists. LEE L. LARMON '"fISSTu 1114 Douglaa 8t. Pouglaa (344, L. Hendereon, UlFurnam. Douglaa 1248. JOHN BATH. 1 ,0 Farnam. P. 1 lit. LOST, FOUNlNbWARDS. $50 Reward BUICK CAR STOLEN APRIL 21. Description: Buick Light Six, five passenger touring cur. 191 V 45 model, pantaaote top, nearly new. Lonk for two oval plate glass lights In rear curlaln. flat fonder. 32x4 tires, black tread, non-skid (loodrlt-h tires on hlml w heel", regular llulck paint, green body and black wheels, engine No. ll28il, frame No. 18818S. lvfccts: Loft rear huh has been jammed, also flange of left rear fender bent In a little just front of wheel, small tear In upholster ing right aide above front seat. Li cense number has been changed since car Mil etolen. Notify Sheriff Herman AVangsneaa, Sioux Falls, S. D.. for reward. FOR ARTICLES LOST on atreet cara tele phone Tyler 800. We are anxloua to re store lost articles to rightful owner. OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS 6T. RT. COMPANY. LOST At or near Blackstnne hotel Sat urday night, comb sot twlth brilliants. Reward. Wnl. 04.14. PERSONAL. TUB SALVATION Army Induatrial horn aollclta your old clothing, furnltur. magaalnea. we collect, we aistnoute phono Doug 4135 and our we gun will call. Call and Inspect our new borne. 1110-1111-1114 Dodge 8t. I WANT to hear from Charley l.'asteel or any member of the 1'atterson lamny, formerly of St. Clair county,, Missouri. Martin L. Frerlchs, Lawyer, Okemah, Okl. SAT IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS St SWODODA, 1415 FARNAM STREET. WEAVING, old rugs remade. Tyler 1433. MASSAGE treatments. 3t7 Neville Block. M ASSAOE 210 North Seventeeht St. MASSAGE CALL DOUGLAS 9649. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Accordeon Pleating. ACCORDION, aid?, knife. aunburBt. bo pleating, covered buttona, all aizea and styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye ' let cut Work, buttonhole. - pennants. Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 101 Brown Blk. Douglaa 1935. Neb. Pleating 4b Button Co.. 18ui Farnaro St.. 3d floor. Douglas 6670. Furs. WJI remodel your fur and make thrn like new. Fur atored and Insured against all loaaca. KNEETNR ALASKA FDR CO.. 803 3. 16th. Doug, 7288. ! Contractors. X DO all klnda remodeling, repairing. See my book of plana of bungalows and garages. Alvln Dickson, So. 1714, Dancing Academies. LEARN TO DANCE RIGHT. Fancy. Stage and Ballroom Dancing M'aught. Lesson by Appolntmenf: F.MPRESS RUSTIC GARDEN. . Empress Theater. Tyl- 664. KEEP'S HOTEL ROME " LET KEEP'S teach you to dance. Spe cial attention to children. Satiafactlon assured. Dg. 1681. "LTol Piria School, tor Dancing, 1411' tVCX-lT HtC Farnam. Dour. 7860. Detectives. RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Rallwav Ex. Bldg. Doug. 1051. Night Col. 1813. JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence secured In all cases. Tyler 1536 Painting and Paperhanging. LET ME figure your painting, paper hanging. Interior decorating. Otto Lar--sen, Web. 2519. DAVIS 4b CO.. first-class painting, paper hanglng: work guaranteed. Tyler 0990. INTERIOR varnishing enameling, floors waxed, wall paper cleaned. Walnut 4881. PAINTING and paoer hanging, cleaning and repairing. Web. 5096. Work guar. FIRST-CLASS paper hhuging and paint Ing; Harray A. Clapp. Douglaa 4909. PAINTING, paperhanging and wallpaper cleaning. J. Nau. Walnut 4667. WALLPAPER cleaning: we guarantee best work In city, Doug. 9298. PAINTING and paperhanging: estimate free; work guaranteed. Colfax 2324. WALL paper cleaned. Webster 4619. Patent Attorneys. PATENT ATTORNEYS. J. W. MARTIN, patent atty- 1714 Dodge. Dressmaking. Dressmaking work guaranteed. Wal. 6545. Miscellaneous Announcements. DIAMONDS price with privilege o buy back . at email profit. GROSS JEWELRX CO 402 N. Htll St- "Joug lai (041. PAXTON-MITCHELL CO., 17th and Martha St., Omaha, Neb. Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine gray Iron castings. -JUST mail your roll of films and your address; we do the rest. The Lake Studio Kodak Finishing Dept., S50S N. 24th St. 20.000 GIANT PANSIES Come see them; other flowers and vegetable plants. Col. 1999. - A. D. Ferguson, 6th and Ames. PAXTON HOTEL TURKISH BATH. Massage, hot jacks. CONCANNON BROS.. TYLER S7J1. THEATRICAL costumes for amateurs the atricals, etc., to rent at Theo. Lleben Son, 1618 Howard St.. Omaha. QTTTTQ save so per cent. O U X X O D. B. GROSS, 401 X. KTH St. DOUGLAS 6049. BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can b . purchased at Rlalto Drue Store, 16th and Douglas Bt.. Omaha, Neb. FILMS developed; printing and enlarging. Write for prices. The Ensign Cow -607 Howard St. SAFETY razor bladea sharpened, new ra sora. rasor blade sold. Omaha Razor Sharpening Co., i:3 uoago. io w. je. HAULING all kinds, 12 per hour. Orders taken black dirt and fertilirer. ashes and rubbish hauled. Web. o0t. NEW and rebuilt electrics! apparatus. LeBron Electric,, 118 & 12th St., Omaha. PRIVATE, Maternity Home. Prices reasou- able. 3944 Apple St.. uncoin. eo. Omaha Towel Supply. 201 8. 1 1th. P. 0628.' FOR SALE. Furniture and Household Goods. NEW furniture at lowest prices, used sewing machines, iceboxes. 45-lb. cot ton mattresses, 16: new garbage cans, 11.60 up. E. Vaks, 2(10 N St.. So. Omaha, so. 1370. OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses made over In new ticks at half the price of new beds. U07 Cuming. Doug. !4U. T PIECES of mahogany furniture for sale , cheap. 3129 8. 18th Bt. Tel. Tyler 30Hv i-PIECE bed room setl Colfax 1695. rOR SALE Parlor suite, 711 S. IStn St, BRINGING UP 3 DO 00 THINK VE I 1 1 X. I 'f-PSSf, 1 1 1 vf,5 "J I ' VONDER IFHC llj CZKT 1 ST ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. Pianos and Musical Instruments. IF YOU are looking for a real piano bargain it will pay yeu to see th fol lowing pianos before you buy: Mahogany rase, Checkering & Sons. Walnut case. Kingsbury. Oak case, Kimball. Oak case. Hamilton player piano. Mahogany case, Adams Schaaf player piano. All In firat-clasa condition and fully guaranteed. Pg. 3066, Charles II. B. Thatcher. 1419 Dodge. GEORGE A. SMITH Dealer In drums, xylophones, etc.. Instructions, repairing. Address 2761 Davenport St. for catalog. Phone Harney 2967. Try Smith's pedal. Violin making, repairing, bow repaired, ex- pert worn, jerome carter, l t renter hik. BIGGEST phonograph bargalna In Omaha. Shlses Phonograph Co.. 1404 Dodge. PIANO PLAYER, Schaffer make, 100 roll music. 2119 Blnney. Webster 4923. Clothing. CTTTTQ save bo per cent. OUllO D. B. GROSS, 402 N. 16TH St. DOUGLAS 6049. Typewriters and Supplies. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES. All MAKES, bought. old, rented and repaired. Sole agent for the CORONA. Get our price before you buy. Every machine guaranteed. Central Typewriter Exc. Douglas 4120. 1912 Farnam. UNDERWOOD typewriter and oak roll top office desk. 4118 N. 23d St., Colfax 1048. PROTECTOGRAPHS, F. 4b B.'s: bargains. cl9 Farnam Bldg. Miscellaneous Articles. 1-TON Fairbanks No. ( standard settle, S'.ixSVi foot platform, also 28-inch Buffalo Forge Co. xhaut fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office, 17th and Farnam StS. Phone Tyler 1009. x BASE BALL TEAMS Guaranteed official league balls, lis a dozen; Louisville Slugger bats, six for $16; uniforms, 17 each and up: heavy ball shoes, (5.75 pair; large catalogue for dime. Bullock's Sporting Goods, Dept. B., York, Neb. SEWING MACHINES We rent, repair, eell needle sod parts, MICKEL'S ISth snd Hnrney. Douglas 1971. H. H. STEVENS wishes to announce to his many friends and acquaintance that he has purchased the tailoring busttfrsa of F. A .Tompkins, located at 18184 Harney St.. Omaha, Neb. WE are moving to 24th and Burdette Sts. after May J. Kindling delivered as usual. Mlcklln Lumber and Wrecking Co.. Web. 0469. WE buy, sell safes, make deaks, show cases, etc. omena fixture & supply (Jo, 8. W. Cor. 11th and Douglae. D. 2724. Q A W Q BARGAINS. 12tb A Farnam. OVr JCiO j. j. Darlght Safe Co. FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent, 109 N. lfitn ol. lonn reioman. . FOR SALE Binocular, $23; cost 175. Address Box T-luIl, umana ec. WANTED TO BUY. DESKS DESKS DESKS ' New desks, used desk bought, sold and traded. J, C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. P. t!4. "WANTED SITUATIONS. Female. HOUSEKEEPER Refined southern widow. 36, competent, good nealtn. aesires po sition: housekeeper, nurse or companion in home of elderly gentleman or lady of means. Object a permanent, congenial home. Mrs. Iva M. Livingston. Care General Delivery, New Orleans. La. irOTTSn-.vttli'.PIi-.RS LAUNDRESSES. Watch the Domeatlo column of The Bee. Lota of good place are always . advertised. Don't mis them HELP WANTED MALfi. Professions and Trades. WANTED First-class man as bindery foreman, open snop conoiiions, must u, familiar with blank books, loose leaves and have good executive ability: also need printers, rulers, and forwarders. Wire BENNETT PRINTING COMPANY, Paris, Tex. OMAHA EMPLOYMENT BUREAL. 121 N. 16th St. Phone Douglas 1111 GRANITE Letterer At once. Cherokee Monument Co.. Cherokee, Jowa. MOLER BARBER COLLEGB. 110 So. '4th. Write for catalog. Salesmen and Solicitors. SALESMEN WANTED Representing us selling direct to the consumer wholesale, a fully complete line of groceries, paint, oils and lu bricating oils, on commission basis; vou must have your own conveyance. This proposition is the very best of fered to a salesman today. TO men are making good in 7 different states; for further particulars call or address me. OMAHA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO., " 209 N. 13th. SALES Manager as Distributor Direct factory repreeentative: a man or firm to take over the exclusive celling of the most needed auto accessory: bar none; nationally advertised; no competition. Don't answer unless you can finance in itial order to secure agency. Alcemo Manufacturing Co. 131 Bridge street, Newark. N. J. SALESMAN wanted by reputable firm; salary 40 per week with liberal bonus; call at 9 and 11 a. m. or 1 p." m. Hawaiian School of Music 420 Paxton blocR. WANTED Canvassers to sell high grade toilet articles. Big Profits. P. O. Box 117. Norwich. N. Y. Agents and Canvassers. WANTED Jobbers or agents to eell G. M. C Metallic Greases and G. M.'C. Auto and Tractor Oils. Exclusive line, as this la the only metalllo grease In th United States. Liberal eommia lon for live wire Write for exclusive territory to Gearo Mfg. Co., Quincy, 111. FIREMEN. BRAKEMEN, beginners, $200, later (300; no reduction. Railway. Box Y-1310, Omaha Bee. Miscellaneous. VACATION" In country for teacher or col lege student; refined, pleasant, healthy work; (316 for 90 days; 1180 for 60 days: can double. Box 0-64, Bee. HELP WANTED FEMALE. Professions and Trades, EXPERIENCED sewing girls cn tents and awnings; none but experienced need apply. Nebraska Tent and Awning Co., 124 Farnam. Household and Domestic. WANTED Gtrl for general housework; not required to do washing; good wages. Barney 0382. FATHER HELP WANTED FEMALE. Household and Domestic. GOOD girl to help with hounework; would consider working a school girl for board and room and small wages; small family, no laundry. Web. 4269. GIRLS Watch th Domeatlo Column of The Bee Want Ads. Good, well-paid end homelike placea always advertlaed WANTED A white girl for house work; small family; good wages. 3604 Wool worth Ave. Har. 0633. Mrs. G. H. Pratt. WHITE maid for general housework; 3 In family. Mrs. John L. McCague, jr., (Ill Webster. Walnut 2124. WANTED Good, capable housekeeper on farm; small family, J. J. Orr, Battle Creek, Neb. GIRL for general housework: family of 3; close to car line. Walnut 3316. Hotels tnd Restaurants. WANTED Bohemian girl who also speaks English for dining room work. 1402 S. 13th St. OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE PROS PECTS. For lally who for years has been home-body, now unincumbered; thrown on own resources; most paying work such woman can do; most suitable; $750 first six months while learning. Box 0-67, Bee. REPRESENTATIVE Intellectual, refined, to handle school guide for large cor poration; opportunity to learn good business; guaranteed salary, 21,800 first year; commission also. Box Q-89.. Bee. VACATION in country for teacher or col lege student; refined, pleasant, healthy work; 1316 for 90 days; 2180 for 60 days; can double. Box 0-62. Bee. EARN 125 weekly, spare time, writing for newspapers, magazines. Experience un- necessary; details Free. Press Syndicate, 178, St. Louis, Mo. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE Moving picture building and complete equipment, doing a good busi ness and In the best town In Boyd coun ty: must sell at once; need money; write for further particulars. Box O 66. Omaha Bee. TO GET In or out of business, sse LEWIS 4b Co.. 411 McCague Bide HELP WANTED. Male and Female. YOUNG men, women, over 17 for postal mall service; (120 month; examinations May; experience unnecessary. For free particulars of Instruction write J. Leon ard, former civil service examiner, 109 Equitable Bldg., Washington, D. C. WANTED Men, ladle and boy to learn oarner trade; big demand; wages while learning; strictly modern. Call or write 1403 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Bnrher College. EDUCATIONAL. DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL. Complete courses In accountancy, ma chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short hand.and typewriting, railroad and wire less telegraphy, civil service and all English and commercial branches. Write, call or phone Dougla 1561 for large Illustrated catalog. Address BOYLES COLLEGE, Boyles Bldg., Omaha. "'b. Van Sant School of Business. Day and Evening Schools. 221 Omaha National Banll Bldf. Douglas 681 FOR RENT ROOMS. Furnished Roomy. ARB YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS? Or have you planned on making change, which will be more convenient for you? It so, then call The Bee Want Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will noi only furnish you with a complete -oom list of choice vacant rooms In Omaha, but also keep your number on our ''Want to Rent" llat for further refer ence in case you wanted to make an other change. These lists are absolutely free of charge to all reader and adver tisers of The Omaha Bee and published solely for their convenience and benefit. Call any time. Tyler 1000. Want Ad Dept. .010 DODGE, furnished room in nice home; walking distance; business man preferred. Har. 7246. NICE SOUTH rooms for gentlemen on second floor at 4409 So. 22d St. South 0627. 669 S. 26TH Nicely fur. rms., single-dou-ble; gent only: wlk. dlst. D. 9180. ( OR 7 furnished rooms for rent. ' 607 S. 13th St. Douglaa 6786. FURNISHED modern rooms; reasonable. Webster 2416. LARGE room suitable for two. Close in. 2523 Jones St. Housekeeping Rooms. CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE KEEPING ROOMS IN CITY. WE HAVE THE BERT IN CITY. CALL TYLER 1000.' WANT AD. ASK ABOUT OUR BEE ROOM LIST. PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISERS AND READERS. TYLER 1000. V ANT AD. 616 S. 25TH AVE. Two clean, newly dec orated connecting rooms: kitchen cab inet, gas range, etc.; all modern con veniences. Douglas 3136. THREE very desirable unfurnished mod ern rooms, suitable for light housekeep ing; private home; excellent location. Call Harney 0307. CHOICE furnished housekeeping rooms. Call Doug. 6219. Address 2573, St. Marys avenue. 2007 ST. MARYS AVE. Beautiful front housekeeping rodm, suitable for two. Tyler 4151. ONE largo semi-basement housekeeping room and electric light, : at 23.50 per week. 211 N. 18tK St. 627 S. 20TH ST. Southern exposure, amall but neat. Laundry, gas and heat furnished. No children. 3 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, sink In kitchen, (9 per week, 2623 N. 16th. Web. 3148. MODERN two rooms with kitchenette, also three-room apartment with bath. 620 So. 17th. 11 NICELY furnished light housekeeping rooms, very reasonable. Webster 0802. TWO neatly furnished rooms, modern home, close to car. Harney 7343. 2666 DOUGLAS, 2 large rooms, 1 room and kitchenette, running water. Har. 6858. 608 N. 17TH Single or double hkpg. rms. THREE modern rooms. 1909 Webster St. Board and Rooms. FOR CHOICE BOARD AND KM. WATCH THE BEE WANT ADS. AND IF YOU DO NOT FIND WHAT YOIT WANT IN THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY. ?000 AND ASK ABOUT OUR COUPLET'S LIST OF ROOMS. WALKING DISTANCE Clean, desirable rooms with board; modern, private home; excellent location; near 27th and California; reasonable. Douglas 9094. 225 NORTH 26th, newly decorated room with board for two; private family, every convenience. Douglas 2791. BEAUTIFUL room, suitable for two, meals It desired; also garage. Col fax 3856. 2134 Davenport: board and room. ' Unfurnished Rooms. FOUR or I rooms, close in. Tyler 4468. FOR RENT HOUSES. Furnished. REFINED couple to share modern home with elderly couple. Milter Park dis trict. Col. 1929. The Bee want ads are business boosters. , Registered V. 8. I'a'ent office FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS. Furjiished. THREE rooms and bath, completely fur nished; west; fine proposition, and walk- lng distance; (76 to good party. Doug lae 1734. REFINED couple to share modern home with elderly couple. Colfax 2187. FURNISHED 8-room Apt. Har. 0835. Unfurnished. UNFURNISHED,- 3 rooms anil bath, apartment down town, low rent; If de sired will sell some furniture. Tyler 3690 Peters Trust Company, Specialists In apartment management. MODERN 4:room flat and sleeping porch. May 1. ("5, no children. Tyler 3873. FOR RENT Business Property. DESK room, 113.60 per month, Brown block. 16th and Douglas Sts. Address, Box 0-66, Bee. SEE r. D. WEAD. 110 & 18T1I ST. MOVING AND STORAGE. MOVE IT YOURSELF. Do you busy people know es pecially those who have to put In a full day's worn that yeu can rent a one-ton Ford truck and Drive It Yourself night or day and do all your trucking or moving. Handle -your own stuff and cut (our cost half In two. We never close. Drive It Yourself Co. 1314 Howard. Douglas 9623. FIDELITY CO. STORAGE MOVING, PACKING HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS. REASONABLE RATES. FREE RENTAL SERVICE. COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. 1107-11 Howard St. Djugla 0288. FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE. Separate locked rooms for household goods and plane, moving, packing and shipping. OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.. I0S South 16th. Doug. 41(3 METROPOLITAN VAN and STORAGE CO. Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 1411 UNION TRANSFER CO. Let us estimate your moving, packing and storage. 1605 Daveroort, Doug. 290k. HORSES AND VEHICLES. For Sale. LIGHT team, harness, light delivery wagon. A. Alera, 40th and Bedford. Walnut 6594. POULTRY AND PET STOCK. THOROUGHBRED baby chicks, 18c up; 15 varieties of highest quality; broilers, 12 to 15c each, according to age. Spe cial sale. NATIONAL CHICK CO. 718 N. 16th St, S. C. WHITE LEGHORN hatching eggs, guaranteed culled stock best layers. Col. 4534. WHEAT screenings.' 11.60 per 100, del. A. w. nagner, not jv. itn. Doug. 1142. LIVE STOCK. GOOD FAMILY milch cow, 1 Jersey-Hol-stein heifer, will be fresh In 1 week. So. 3578. TfVO registered bulls. Colfax 1688. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE "1920 Grant." Will sacrifice. Call after ( p. m. Colfax 1774. SOME bargain in used i.'urfl cars. Mc. Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford Service , Station, 15th sod Jackson, Douglas 3500. DEALER going out of business ha new Scripps-Booth 6 touring. Sell at great acrlflce. 2406 Leavenworth, Doug. FOR SALE A bargain, 6-cylinder Mitchell touring car; run 7,000 miles. Jackson Garage, 30th and Saratoga. Colfax 3561. FOR SALE Dodge delivery truck, almost new, screen body. J. E. Marr, Dg. 9069. WILL SELL reasonably, Stutz Bearcat, in excellent condition. Call Harney 0339. (285 FOR late Chevrolet touring. Paint and every part good. Walnut 6644. HAVE Reo 6 will sacrifice for 1350. Good family car. Tyler 1600. Accessories. DO your Ford bands chatter? EVER READY transmission lining satisfies. 21.50 a set with rivets postpaid or at your dealer. Wilder-Miller Co., 18th and Webster Sts.. Tyler 0966, Omaha. FARM LANDS. Minnesota Lands. 1(0 ACRES and stock, 28.000. Equity Land Exchange. St. Paul. Minn. FINANCIAL. Real Estate Loans. WE have cash on hand to loan on Omaha residence. E. H. LOUGEE. INC., 638 Keeline Bldg. OMAHAf HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO., 1011 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2715. 2100 to 210,000 made promptly. F. . WEAD, Wead Bldg., 210 8. 18th St Miscellaneous. DO YOU want to clean up (5,000 to (10,000 in real money in the next 90 days with out a dollar Investment? ' Legitimate, Address Box'T-1614, Omaha Bee. REAL ESTATE WANTED. To buy or sell Omaha Real Eatate see FOWLER & M'DONALD 1120 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 1426. LIST homes and Income property with GRUENIG REALTY CO., 1418 1st Nat. Bk. Doug. 1966. WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES C. B. STUHT CO., City Nat'I Bldg. Douglas (787. HAVE Inquiries for homes do you want to sail your property? - List It with C. A. Orlmmel. Omaha Nat'I Bk. Bldg. PTRVrirpm REAL ESTATE': X)XAVXY4 X sells. Rents, Insure 150 Peters Trut Bldg. Doug. 0653 P. J. TEBBENS ,A.LdEIInAtIS COS Omaha Nat'I Bk. Rldg. Douglas 2183 THK Old Reliable Reel Estate Office. M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO., 1801 Dodge Bt Douglas 1146. LISTINGS WANTED Western Real Estate Co., 411 Karbach B. REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED. Acreage. Big Bargain In Acreage. Eight-room house, elec. lights, furnace, full cement basement, ' plumbing roughed in, chicken housA, barn, acre and half nt grbund; a big snap for (4,750; (1,500 cash will handle. osborne Realty co., 130 Peters Trust Bids. Dour. I28J. SEC JIGG5 AND MAGGIE IN FULL PAGE OF COLORS IN THE. SUNDAY BEE Live Stock Oma ha, April 30. Receipts were: Cattle, Official Monday 8,827 Official Tuesday 8.116 Official Wednesday.. 6.762 Official Thursday... 6,265 Official Friday 3,394 Estimate Saturday... 160 Six days this wk 31,613 Same days last wk...28,766 Same days 2 wk. ago. 20.1 23 Same days 3 wk. ago. 26,297 Same days year ago. 23,063 Hogs. Sheep. 10.366 9.799 15.213 16,034 13,294 12.376 9,000 76,272 68.196 63,043 46,0i5 74,094 9.390 5,892 3.364 3l',469 66,881 68.696 49,453 24,428 Receipts and disposition of Irve stock at the Union Stock Yards, Omaha, Neb.', for 24 hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m. April 30 1921. RECEIPTS Cars Cattle Hogs Wabash 1 Union Pacific 28 C. & N. W.. west S 3 C. St. P., M. & 0 1 19 C, B. & Q., east - 2 5 C, R & Q.. west 16 C, R.R I. & P., east 1 C. R. I. & P.. west 1 Illinois Central 1 Chi. Gt. West 1 Total receipts .... DISPOSITION Head Morris & Co Swift & Co. Cudahy Packing Co. Armour A Co J. W. Murhpy Dold Pacglng Co. ... Total 134 lloss 1,069 1,496 2.976 2,034 2.023 625 10,212 Cattle Only about 160 rattle were re ceived today. This waa hardly enough to make a market and prices were called nominally steady. The week's receipts of 31,600 are the heaviest in several weeks and prices have been working lower all week. Steers of all kinds are quoted 50c lower, price being the lowest In about nine years, with the bulk of the steers selling at $6.767.75. Cows and heifers REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED. DUNDEE DOUBLE CORNERS We have two of the most sightly corners on Fifty-second street: price right. ALFRED THOMAS & SON, 604 First National Bank. I WILL buy two vr three good cottages for cash if a bargain. Box X-48, Bee. REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN. Florence. 7.RM. res., all mod., 3 large lots, 132x360; all kinds bearing fruits except peaches; beautiful view, Ideal location and home; no colored. Price (7,800. Colfax 1409. NETHAWAY, Suburban prop'hy. CoL 1401. REAL ESTATE IMPROVED West. THE last two close-in cottages. One 6 room and one 6-room, all modern ex cept heat. Electric lights, gas, com plete bath rooms, hot water boilers, kitchen sinks, etc., and all in pretty fair shape. Big lot, 50x144; paved street; half-block to car and short walking distance from 16th and Har ney Rents are (60. Arid the price? Only (6.000 for all; (300 cash, balance easy. One of the few close-in bargains left. The lot alone is worth tho price. DENNY, 624 Paxton Block. Dg. 2400. Omaha Real Eatate and Investment. JOHN T. BOHAN. (21 Paxton Blk: Phone Tyler 4810. North. FOR SALE ROSE HILL (BENSON) A new and nifty small bungalow. 4 rooms and breakfast nook, full cement, city water and lights. Will sell on very easy terms to right party. . Call owner, Wal. 6380. , S0( FOWLER AVE., .7 rms., "mod. ex ht.; 2 lots, chicken house, fruit trees. 1760 cash, bal. mo. Crelgh, 608 Bee. D. 0200. MINNE 'LUSA homes and lots offer th beat opportunity to Invest your monty. Phone Tyler II?. HOUSES for colored, small payment down. Davis. 2630 Grant St. Wbster 2420. J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest ment 542 Peter Trust. Doug. 107. MD. 7-rm. house; (4,200; close in. G. P. Stebbins, DC. 0307. D. E. BUCK ft CO. buy and sell homes. South. ONE splendid 5-room bungalow, large rooms. Oak floors, lovely bath, full basement; good location; pared street, Close to school and car line. (5.750. Good terms. 1C06 B. St, Immediate possession. ONE strictly up-to-date 6-rin, cottage, large lot, very good condition. 2 blocks to Vinton school and car line. 23,500. Tyler 0905, 3 STRICTLY modern, 6-room houses, paved street, close to school and jbui line, quick possession, (3,600 to 6,000. Tyler 0905. Miscellaneous. E. H. Benner Co. to Build 200 FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOWS 90.DAY DELIVERY. (500 down, (48 monthly; (1,000 down, (42 monthly. Plans at our of- iice. E. H. Benner Co., REALTORS. 437 Railway Exchange. D. 8406. W Make Omaha RESIDENCE LOANS Monthly Installment Plan, Prepayment any tim. Also Loans en Business Properties . Libersl .Optional Privileges. Reasonable Commissions, , LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO THE BONDHOLDERS OF THE ROUNDUP COAL MINING COMPANY Notice Is hereby given that on June 1st, 1921. The Roundup Coal Mining Company, in accordance with the provision of It Trust Mortgage and the provision of the bonds secured thereby, will pay (25,000.00 of aald bonds. The numbers ot the bonds drawn and called for payment are: Num bers 8.. 9, 19, 24. 30, 31, 32. 31, (0. (2. 64, 73, 74. 76, 80, 81, 86, 87, 14, 15, 16, 97. 98, 99, 100, 101, 102. 103. 104. 105, 126. 132, 137. 138. 173, 174. 176, 176. 178, 183 for 1100.00 each; and numbers 5"1, 602, 606, 621, 623, 624, 626, .627, 629, 632. (33, 534. 636, 651, 698, 601, 603, 606, 606, 607, 608, 613. 616. 817. 618, 611, 620. 621. 622, 632. 637, 639, 639, 706. 720, 721, 722, 763, 766, 776, 771. 780 for (600.00 each. The owners and holders of said bonds are notified that the fund for th pay ment of said bonds at par and Interest to June 1st, 1921, has been deposited with the First Trust Company of Omaha, as re quired by the terms of said mortgage and Interest will cease on aald bonds on and after June 1st, 1921. Owners of sa'.d bonds should present the same for pay ment 'to the First Trust Compny,ot Oma ha at Its office in the First National Bank building, Sixteenth and Farnam streets, Omaha, Nebraska. .Signed this 26th day of April, A. D. 1931. THE ROUNDUP COAL MINING COM PANY. April 21-21, May 1-5-9-12-16-19. are (075c lower, while stoekers and feed ers have held about steady. Quotations on cattle: Choice to prime reeves, 17 i&ws.uu; good to choice beeves, (7.1607.65; fair to good beeves, 16.76 7.26; common to fair beeves, (6.26 (. 75; good to choice yearlings, (7.6008.00; fair to good yearlings (7.00 (i 7.60; common to fair yearlings, (6.00)6.76; choice to prime heifer. (7.0097.(0; good to choice heif ers, (6. 00O7.00; choice to. prime cows, (6.40fi6.76; good to choice cows (5.7(9 1.40; fair to good cows, (5.0O5.75; com mon to fair cow, (2.0094.25; good to choice feeders. $7.007.60; fair to good feeders, (6.267.00; common to fair feed ers, (6.606.00; good to choice stoekers, .757.26; fair to good stoekers, (6.00? 6.76; common to fair stoekers. (4.50 6.00; stock heifers, I4.60O6.00; stock cows, (3.76 O6.00; stock calves, (6. 0007.26; veal calves, I5.00O9.26; bulls, stage, etc., (4.50 7.00. Hogs About 9.000 hog were received this morning, the heaviest run reported at any of the primary markets. Packers refused to put up droves except at cheaper cost and trade ruled 1625c lower, closing fully 25c lower. Best light hogs brought (7.80, the days' top. and the bulk of the receipts sold from (7.00 7.50, with scattered loads of big heavies under the (7.00 level. The weeks' trade has been featured by a broad packing demand, with the tendency to values a little lower. Current prices show a de cline of about 36c as compared with a week ago. HOGS. No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr 63. .220 ... 7 65 94. .211 40 i 7 70 86. .202 ... 7 76 89. .187 ... 7 80 76. .216 150 7 46 80. .223 40 7 (0 69. .231 70 7 66 71. .233 ... 7 60 66. .277 ... 7 25 69. .264 ... 7 30 69. .258 140 7 35 59. .267 . . . 7 40 60. .316 111) 7 00 66. .287 160 7 06 57. .329 280 7 10 (8. .313 210 7 15 63. .269 140 7 20 38. .380 180 ( 26 28. .386 420 6 60 50. .401 140 (75 Sheep and Lambs No sheep or lambs were received today and prices were nominal, as is often the case on Satur day. Trade during the week has been featured by a rather dull packing demand, although fat lamb are closing about 25c higher. Slight Improvement Is attributed to shipping orders. Best fat lambs are now selling up to (10.50 with shorn lambs up to (9 60. Fat sheep have been'scarce and are nuotably steady for the week, with good ewes worth around (7,00$ 7.26. No feeders have been going to the country. Quotations on sheep: Best fat Iambs, (10.25010.65; medium to good lambs, I9.7510.25; plain and heavy lambs, (8.50 O9.50; ahorn lambs, 18. 2609.60: good to choice ewes, (6.767.25; fair to good ewes, t. 0006.60; cull ewes. (2.6003.60. - Omaha Grain Omaha, April 30. Wheat prices today ranged un changed to a cent higher, generally unchanged. Corn ranged a cent up to yic off. Yellow was unchanged to lc higher and mixed unchanged to lie off. White ranged lc up to Yiz off. Oats were unchanged and rye and barley nominal. Receipts today were mostly corn, arrivals being 55 cars against 38 wheat, oats 7, no rye and barley, 1. WHEAT. No. 1 hard: 4 cars. (1.23. No. 2 hard: 2 cars, (1 32; 7 cars, H.31'4. No. 3 hard: 4 cars. 21.20. No. 4 hardr 1 car, (I.S0 (4 per cent rye); 4 cars, (r.28. No. 6 hard: 1 car, (1.31 (heavy musty); 1 car, (1.27; 1 car, 21.20. No. 2 mixed: 1 car. 11. SS; 1 ear, (1.21. No. 6 mixed: 1 car, II 26. Sample mixed: 1 car. $1.18 (49.4 lbs.). CORN. No. 1 white: 1 car,' 504e: 1 car. 50c. No. '3 white: 1 car, 60c; 1 car, 43 4c No. 2 white: 1 car, 49c. No. 4 white: 1 car, 474jc. No. 1 yellow: 2 cars, 50'.ic; 1 car, (Oc. No., yellow: 3 cars, 49'ie. No. 3 yellow: 5 car, 48HC No 4 yellow: 1 car, 47c. No, 1 mixed: 1 car, 47c, . No. 2 mixed: 1 car, 46c. No. 3 mixed; 1 car, 46c (near white); 1 car, 44c. No. i mixed:. 1 car. 42c (dry). OATS. No. white: 1 car. 34c. No. 3 white: 1 car, 83 He No S mixed: 1 car, 8"ite. CHICAGO CAR LOT RECEIPTS. Week Tear Today. Ago. Ago. Wheat 2 42 2 Corn 138 136 8 Oats 100 52 13 KANSAS CITY RECEIPTS. Wheat 246 1ST s Corn 25 4 S3 Oats 11 1 ST. LOL'IS RECEIPTS. Wheat .; 49 112 30 Corn 49 28 48 Oats 80 31 29 NORTHWESTERN RECEIPTS WHEAT. Minneapolis 234 ... 194 PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Receipts Today. Yr. A go. Wheat 821,000 716,000 Corn 620,000 S27.00I Oats 465,000 378,000 Shipments Wheat 941.000 1,095.000 Corn 386,000 229,000 Oats 6f,0,000 433,000 TEXPORT CLEARANCES. Wheat 625.000 540,000 Corn 244,000 OMAHA RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Receipts Today Wk. ago Yr. ago Wheat 38 112 67 Corn 55 100 S5 Oats 7 11 28 Rye 4 10 Barley 1 ... 2 Shipments Wheat 23 70 65 Corn 69 147 81 Oat 1 S 43 Rye 3 ... 19 Barley 2 I Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, April 30. (U. 8. Bureau of Markets.) Cattle Receipts, 1,000 head; compared with week ago: Beef steers, 15c to 25c lower, butcher she stock and bulls, 25o to 60o lower; calves, 50c to 76c higher; stoekers and feeders, steady to 10c lower; top beef ateers this week, (8.75: top yearlings, (9.00. Hogs Receipts. 6.000 head; market ac tive; mostly, steady to 10c lower than yesterday's average; good clearances; top, (8.60; bulk, (8.00O8.60; pigs, 25c to 60c lower; desirable pigs mostly, (7.257.60, Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3,000 head; receipts toSay practically all packera di rect; compared with week ago; fat lambs, steady to 25o higher, some mediums and heavies up more; sheep and yearlings steady, Sionz City IJve Stock. Sioux City, April 30. Cattle Receipts. 450 head; market steady; fed Steers and yearlings, (6.00( 25; fat cows and heif ers. 4. 0007.25: canners. It. 6008.60; veals. (6.00O9.50; feeders, (6.007.23: calves, (4.50$r6.25; feeding cows and heifers, (4. 00O5.00; stoekers, I5.00OS.60, Hogs Receipts. 4,300 head: market 26c to 60c lower; light, (7.40 7.50; mixed, (7.25OT.40; heavy, (7 007.26; bulk' of sales, (7. 1507.40. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 250 head; market steady. St. Joseph IJve Stork. St. Joseph, Mo April 30. Cattle Receipts, 100 head; market nominal; ateers, (6.750 8.25; cows and helfera, (4.00 08.25: calves. (5.0O8.25. Hogs Receipts. 5,000 head; market steady to lOo higher; top, (8.30; bulk, (7.C0O9.K. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 100 head; market nominal; lambs, 19. 60010.60; wes, 6 OOOI Ov. -Savannah, Ga.. April (0. Turpentine Firm; 0Hc; ales. 178 barrels; receipts, 314 barrels; shipments, 453 barrels; stock, s.Db narreis. Rosin Firm; sales. 488 casks: receipts, 1.049 casks: shlnments. 1.791 casks: stock. 72.859 casks. Ciunte: D.. (3.79. bid: DE.. (4.00: F (4.25 O.. (4.30; H., (4 35; I., (4. 4"; K (4.60; M.. (4.60: N (4.5604.76; WG., (6.10; WW., 15.60. Drawn for The Bee by McManu Copyright, 1921 International News Service Financial She Ncixj jj ark inu. By ALEXANDER DANA NOYES. Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire. New York, May 1. After a pretty long stretch of time in which each successive week had seemed only to repeat, in character and trend, the news of the week before mostly of declining trade, falling prices and unrelaxing money stringency the financial markets were confronted last week with a series of tangible occurrences of distinct and varied character. In some respects it might be said that this was a week embodying more events of actual significance than any which had preceded it in 1921. The recurrent statements of diminished profits by industrial corporations, of decreasing railway earnings ahd of lower commodity markets; which, had become tediously familiar dur ing the three or four preceding months, were after all, merely con tinuance of events which were either happening or being foreshadowed in the news of December and Novem ber. The events of last week pointed forward instead of backward. But they were by no means clear in their Indication. Some of them seemed to point in different directions from others, and from some of them It was possible t draw exact opposite conclusions. The reduction of the Bank of England rate was a matter of unquestionable signifi cance, but it was differently explained by different people as recognition of the stagnation of trade or as expression of belief that the credit stringency had caused the trade stagnation was relax ing. The great rlso In our gold reserves was taken In some quarters as a sign that Europe's credit had declined so rap Idly as to force her markets to pay actual cash for American goods and maturing In debtedness, whereas in other quarters It was interpreted only as reflecting x the great strength of our own economic posi tion and foreshadowing easy money. Different Meanings. The rise In sterling exchange to the highest rate In nine montha might mean either a genuine recovery In Europe's financial condition or it might mean conjecture to a settlement with Germany, or It might reflect our own heavy loss of export trade. The successful offering of the (230.000,000 Burlington Shi per cent loan could be construed as evidence of faith In the rallwsy and investment situation or as a deadweight on recovery In the Investment market, and that every announcement came almost simultaneous ly with tho Pennsylvania railroad's reduc tion of Its dividend to the lowest rate since 1878. , . With all these conflicting aspects, the news of the week must at least be recogr nlsea as Indicating something of a break In the long economic deadlock. It is now possible to say that the position of our central banking system Is reversed end altogether for the better from that of a year ago; also that the money market of the outside world is abandoning the danger signals, and that the Investment market is very much alive. Hut at the same time, three dominant influences In the situation have not been changed or visibly affected by the pas week's re velopments the mass of tied-up bank credit which borrowers are still unable to liquidate under existing conditions, the fact that selling prices In many great commodity markets are below present cost of production and the continued failure of railway traffic and existing railway rates to offset th increase of 1920 in railway wages. PHICAGO CLOSING PRICES. By Updike Grain Co. Doug. 2627. April 30. Art. I Open. I High. I Low. I Close, j Yest'dy May 1.30'i 1.9! U 1.29'i 1.31 1.30 July 1.06 1.05 1.05-)i 1.08 1.07 U Rye May 1.2T14 1.29 ' 1.274 1.29; 1.27U July 1.02 1.03 1.01'i 1.03i 1.02i,i Sep. .734 .92V, .92V4 .924 .931, May" .5614 .67 Vi .5?S .67 '4 .56 's July .60 .0' -6Ut .10' .601, Sep. .634 .63' .62 . J .63',i .62H Oat May .35' .3614 .344 .35 .S5V4 July .374 .S8 .364 .88 .37'4 Sep. .08 .S8T4 .87H .384 .SSVi Pork ) May 15.65 16.(5 115.66 15.65 116.75 July 16.05 16.10 K.05 16.10 .116.05 Lard May 9.47 9.60 9.35 9.35 9.50 July 1.90 9.91 9.77 9.77 3.92 Ribs May 9.31 9.37 9.27 1.30 9.35 July 9.65 ' 9.67 9.60 9.60 9.65 Kansas City Live Stock. -Kansas City, April 80. (V. S. Bureau of Markets.) -Cattle Receipts, none: for week, beef steers, killing calve and stock cows and heifers steady; yearlings, fat sh stock,, feeders and better grades of stoekers steady to 25c lower; other stock era 25050c higher; bulls and canners mostly 60c higher; stock calves 23c lower. Hogs Receipts, 1,200 head; market ac tive, mostly steady with yesterday's av erage; choice 200-pound to shippers, (8.30; bulk of sales, (7.6508.15; extreme close dull and weak. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 300 head; for week, lambs strong to 10c higher. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Citizens' and Taxpayers' League OF OMAHA, NEBRASKA Stands for Justice, Law and Order, Efficiency and Economy in City Government. After a careful and impartial investigation by this organization into the records of all the candi dates nominated for the office of city commissioners of the city of Omaha as to their moral character, practical experience and fitness to best serve the people of Omaha, We recommend the following candidates to the men and women voters of Omaha in the order named below for special consideration : Vote for Seven Only. A. L. Sutton Dean Ringer John F. Murphy Thos. Falconer Roy Towl William G. Ure Joseph Hummel John Hopkins Charles Grimmel Henry W. Dunn This advertisement is issued as a matter of civic duty and in the interests of clean government. Paid for by the Citizens' and Taxpayers' League of Omaha. Roy M. Harrop, Secretary. Recent Events Indicate Return To Prosperity Failure of General Strike in England and Decision of Rail Labor Board Rated as Proofp. . By HOLLAND. Charles M. Schwab, who has al ways been an optimist in the nse that the late J. P. Morgan was when he said the man who was "a bear upon United States prosperity would 'go broke,' looks at a situation from various points of view. He docs not take a single incident or even two or three incidents and upon them bases his opinion. He looks the world over so to speak and that probably is the reason why he is reported to be telling hi: friends that this is no time for discouragement because a return to prosperity is inevitable. Others also base their ensouragiiiR opinions upon a general survey of the world's situation. This is why Judge Gary continues to be an optim ist notwithstanding the report of the falling off in earnings of the United States Steel corporation in the last quarter. It explains why Judge Lovett ventured the prediction, al though a man very careful when ex pressing an opinion, that it would be made evident by July 1 that the peak of depression has passed and recov ery is well under way. Failure of British Strike. counts the future, it l true that the.a markets did discount the coining of de pression at lenst four months before busi ness began to realize that some depression was in progress. Recently the securities market has shown some strength and It may be that this Is due to th gradually increasing feeling of optimism. It is moro likely however that It Is due to certain events recorded in the past two or three weeks. One of these was the failure to bring about a general strike In Great. Britain. That failure It Is now recognised waa caused by the demonstration of tho fundamental and Inherent common sensn which characterises the great body of the English people. It has some times been said that the failure of the plan to Institute a general strike In Great Britain Is likely to be classed hereafter as one cf the most decisive battles in the world's history. There Is no doubt that when England saved herself the rest of the world and especially the United States applauded. Undoubtedly also one of the effects of this triumph of the English people over Impossible demand made by organized labor tended to increase confidence in American securities, f Another Important Influence. The securities market undoubtedly fav orably responded to the decision of th railway labor board which will permit, beginning July 1, regulation to be for mulated by the Individual carriers and by their employes. Whether or not It will Immediately affect the wage problem Is not known. But It Is a gratifying demonstration of the purposo to permit business to handle its own problems with out any governmental interference. Another Influence which tends to op timism Is the reduction In prices which the United States Steel corporation has at last made. For the present at least, and very likely permanently, this reduc tion In" price does not Involve a reduc tion in wages. The skilled artisans of the steel corporation for the most part are not only able but are willing to give the efficiency which Justifies the pay ment of high wages. What Boston Did. When the Federal Reserve bank of Bos ton reduced Its discount rate the other day. only one inference was possible from this action and that was that It was Jt snows tnat liquidation in Now ting land in Its Industries and other occupa tions has been substantially completed. The worst is over there and the belief is that we may look for rapidly increas ing production and a considerable im provement in business in the New Eng land district by July 1. Not the least of the Influences which are causing renewed confidence and a feeling of optimism Is the certainty that the excess profits tax is speedily to be repealed and that there Is to be a re. adjustment of Internal taxation. Th adoption of national budget system will be of great advantage In controlling' ex penditure. It is true that we must ralee in the form of taxes about (5.000.000,000 a year, but there will be a readjustment and equalization of taxation the advan tage of which will be very great. What Britain Has Done. Vnl th ijtan of the fnflnences wtilrh have revived th feeling of optimism i. the belief- in the financial district that the German Indemnity complications will be smoother out before many weeks have passed. The business world will breathe easier when this Is done. The statement, made by the official financial authority of Great Britain that thit nation has. so managed its finances as. to be able to re port that its receipts are now In excels of expenditures is one cause of encourage ment. If England can do tnat there is no reason why the United State should be unable to make a similar report. In England the taxes are h:gncr than they are here. Some of them are burdensome. but the English people appear not to com plain, being willing to submit to the burdensome taxation in the certainty thn. the time is not distant when relief will come. In fact there Is not a single reason for doubting the statements made by thee who are competent to form judgement that sucn depression as tnere was Is ending and that the world Is on the road to recovery. Omaha, Hay Market. Prairie Hay Receipts moderate. Ex cellent dmand for the better grades Prices remain firm. Alfalfa Receipts very light. Strong demand for the better grades. Top grades selling at a premium. Straw Receipts light. Very little de mand. - Prices firm. epiana j-rairie nay ao. 1, ii::.!e'a 13.00; No. 2, (10.0911.00; No. 3, (7.000 8.50. Midland Prairie Hay No. 1, 111.00 12 00: No. 2. 88.00Si9.00. Lowland Prairie Hay No. 1, 18.6019 9.50: No. 2, (7.00O8.00. Alfalfa Choice, (21.0023.00: No. 1, (lf.00i$30.00- standard, (14.00017.60; No. 2. I8.60ll.00; No. 3, (7.0068 00. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Take this list with you to the polls on election day. Think for yourselves. Make your own slate. Select the best men. Don't fail to vote. .