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T1IE r.KK: OMAHA. THURSDAY. MARCH 18, 1915.
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WANT i hdli o Omah. lr;come propertv
for Nohr. ranch, stocked. SOOO; In
fomn Hi.C.m annually. Alan Irriswted beet
sugar farm, Colo.; $7v.0K) yielding 7 per
cent yearly. Address I, lr.. Bee.
WILL K.VHANHK 10 barrels unexcelled
black carbon paint for (rood young
mares Address S. C. 73a. H,
AVI 1. 1. fftADK my 40-horepow er electric
lighted 5-paasengcr cur for a late model
roadster; oar mimt be equipped wlih
starter. Address 8. C. 748. Ilee.
POll RETT
ApiftnMti Flan.
M. modern flat ESQ S. 24th. $22. H. 4711
FOR RENT Moat bcautlfal, finely fin
ished and up-to-dato . 4 and S- room
apartments to city. Building lost fin
ished. Worn Apartments. KM Jones 8t
4-ROoM flat, modern, water paid, $15.
1415 Vinton St. Thone Red tW.
FTDELITY FREE
Phone Douglas 1128 for complete Hat of
all vacant houses and apartments, alao
for storage, moving, packing, shipping.
FLAT KOH RENT Modern eight-room
flat on North 16th Street, nt $X per
month, If taken quick. Call Douglas
"71. 217 First National Rank BMg. .
CLOSE IN APARTMENT.
Four rooms and bath. In the California.
Fee Janitor. Phone louglaa 6237,
Most up-to-date brick flat In city; hot
water heat; large lawn, p. sa1. H. IS
MODERN PRICKS.
S13 Chicago, g-r., oak finish, roomers.
113 South 30th, 8-r., 133.5(1.
119 Lincoln Blvd., S-r. and hall, $.13.
O'KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO.,
ii ir irri a ti as rv. a linn a iniifini ,i
-ROOM apt. near Rnownell FlaTT
strictly modern: heat supplied. Rod .
r-ROOM brick flat In fine condition at
2712 Jackson street; key and inquire at
401 Cltv Nat. Rlrtg.
NEW FU)-LHS.
All four-room apartments, gas stoves,
refrigerators, kitchen cabinets, folding
bed, Davenports; 20th and Capitol Ave.
PETERS TRUST CO..
W2 Farnam, Phone Doug. Ktt.
'Furnished Apartments.
, THE NEW "TRAVERTON"
FIREPROOF HI'IDDINQ.
24th and Lsndon Court.
Wo have a furnlnhel apartment for
rent; all modern conveniences; kitchen,
piivate bath, splendidly furnished. See
owners.
TRAVF.R PROS..
Douglas 113 7eC Omaha Nat l. Rank.
COM FORTARLK. WARM FRONT
Room. w. farnam dist. h. M2i.
STEAM heated rooms. $2 week. Ogden
Motel. Council llluffs,
MADliJON 21st aud Chicago; steam heat;
tlO mo. and up: cafe. In connection, D.699I.
ROOM and breakfast In modern private
home for young ladies. Phone Har. 8783.
Board autil Rooms,
THE fira'amerc, largo, mnhog. furn. rmi
private bath, excellent board. H. 7US0.
HOARD and room, modern, $6. Phone
Webster 1542.
II t famished Bonni,
LARGE unfurnished room, finished In
white enamel, two very large closets;
very desirable, In the West Farnam dis
trict, with excellent board. Address A
160. Bee.
Hotels and A part neat.
DO DOR HOTEL- Modern. Reasonabla,
Llstht Uanaekertog Rooms.
STEAM heated rooms, with alcove,
kitchenette, .furnished. Ogden Hotel,
Council Bluffs.
Houses Owttaares.
ALU, sites. tS per month up. 607 Psjrton.
Ii ROOM 8, modern except heat, $20.
8-roorrt, . bungalow, Dundee. $45.
5- room, mod. ex. heat, near car, $20.
R rooms.' modern, never occupied, $22.60."
6- room, modern, paved street, $25.
5-room, stucco, $30. '
Ii rooms, modern, $27.50.
7 rooms, all modern, $28.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANT.
Douglas 6018, or Wal. 8037 or Har, 2645,
strictly mod. 2752 Meredith. Kv 267.
5-r. ootUge, 2006 Miami St. Webster 168.
Gordon VanCo. St
ll N. lltb St Phone D 894 or Wab. 1284
Globe Van&Storage
..res, moves, packs, ahls: S-horse vaa
and 3 men. $1.25 per hr.; storage $2 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. P. 4338 4V Ty. 13a.
Maggard's
Vaa ana 8tor
ago Co., Larg
van 1 tneH II A
per hr., may. 1 men, $L25 per hr. 1711
Webster. Doug. MM.
J. C. Reed
Sxp. wo., moving,
packing A storage.
LVT Farnam. D. (its.
6-r. cottage, mod. e. heat. $15. W. 6138.
FOE RENT
We have complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for reiit
This list can be see free of charge at
Omaha Van Storage Co.. SOS So. lath St
g-room mod, house. 2512 Chicago. 13. 8146.
HnilRPS lu " Parts of the city.
VACANT HOUSli8.
I can rent them for you.
W. R. HOMAN, 110 BROWN BLK.
r-HOOM. all modern. 2136 Parker St.
b'OR RENT 5-room cottage furnished, all
modern; price reasonable to right party;
foung or middle aged couple desired. 3SJO
N. 21'th.
i ROOV8, 87 Jones St., $30. Never been
occupied. Sleeping porch; oak finish;
modern throughout. Apply 305 S. lith St
Phone Douglas 54S7.
COTTAGE, 1504 Burt St. Harney Mi8.
SNAP.
A brand new 8-room brick apartment
house, Cass, near 30th Bt., 1 block from
car line, strictly modern. $25.
On So. ;ith, near Leavenworth, a nice,
new, 7-room cottage, handsome appear
tnce, strictly modern, $.15.
On No. ifcid, walking distance, a' fine
7-room brick flat, modern but electric
light, has gas. This is worth $35, but wlU
rent now at $27.60.
W. M. NASH A CO.,
Real Estate Rentals, Loans and insurance
02 Bee Bldg.
Office Phone Red lt'J6: Residence, H. 1127.
SEVEN ROOMS. Hemls park, modern,
clow to car. $J5. Walnut 12V.
more aiaid .Offlre.
TO LET Storeroom for furniture and
undertaking in Nebraska county seat
town; one other furniture burlness now.
E. II. Newhouse, Red Cloud, Neb,
WAXTKP TO KKXT
WE have clients who want to nVit hauaes
in all parts of the city. Others will buy
on small cash payments, balance monthly.
THE VOGKL KEALTV AOKNUl .
1015-1 W. O. W. Bldg Douglas 11
W ANTED To rent, a farm, 1 to 5 acres,
near car line. Address, J 168, tee.
WANTED TO BUT
Yaie buys everything 2d I. sod. Tyler 141H.
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. J.
t ' xJk u-- r. ....
K HV Hd-ftand clotoem. I4J1 N. 44 th.
Investors with money read the Real
instate ads In The Bee. Advertise your
property for a quick sale.
KKAL ESTATE.
VABM Jt HAKCa UkPI OK f ALB
Color.
TO SETTLERS ONLT-iU0 acres for 1300
Rlcu corn, alfalfa and wkeat land; no
sand. J. A. Tracy. Fort' Morgan. Colo.
M 4
BIOGEST land sale of the year now on.
100 forty-acre farms HSO each. Good land.
Well settled locality. Close to railroad.
$12 per acre ts half actual value. Great
est bargains In South Miusourt at aeniat
tlonal prices. Write today for free liter
ature. D. Merriam, tills at Benton
Kansas CUy. Kansas. '
REAL ESTATE
FARM A R4 I, !" FOR S.tl.K
tallfnrnla.
RENTS FOR 125 PER ACRE CASH,
let lis help you exchange your Omaha
house or your farm fur this California
dairy farm.
No, :t- acres, located only 2S miles
from Patterson, Stanislaus county, one
of the prettiest little towns In California
with more than 1.0UO Inhabitants: 40 acres
of the place Is In a fine stand of all alia
and the rest la under cultivation. There
is a small house, barn and good well on
tlie, place and It Is one of the best dairy
propositions you will find In tho state.
Dairying Is proven to be a ravins: Propo
sition here, because dairymen rent nlfalfa
land at 1'atterson and pay $2$ to $-'7 per
acre for It. This is near town, near the
San Francisco market. The land Is under
a splendid system of Irrigation. There Is
no more beautiful country In the world
and the climate Is Ideal.
If you have a god house In Omaha or
Lincoln or a good farm, write us and we
will do our best to put through a good
deal for vou.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block Omaha.
Dream
of a homo where business and home com
bine to hiake your days pleasant, where
your health In always good; where you
ran live out of doors In God's bright sun
shine all the year. Investigate our beau
tiful colonies. Rich soil, good crops, no
failures. . Where you do not have to feed
out six months of the year. This is all
your for only a small amount of money.
NOW Is the time to act. Let us send you
particulars. Excursion March 22d.
W. T. Smith Co.
City National Bank Bldg.
Iowa.
ARE YOU GOINU TO Bt'Y I .AND?
If so you should first got a copy of
the Farm and Real Estate Journal. It
has lands advertised In It from nearlv
every state, so that you can find Just
what you are looking for In Us columns.
It keeps you informed on land oppor
tunities In all parts of the country, gives
you personal help in finding land. Hone
a today for a year s subscription, or 10c
for three months trial. It will be stopped
at the end of the time ordered. Farm and
Real Estate Jourlnal, Traer. Iowa. ft
Kansas.
RARQA.IN J40-acre dairy farm, near Sa
n Jl wr,ta. tor ,u" description and
list of 100 Kansas farms for sale fii centra)
Kansas. V. K. Mquette. Sallna, Kan.
Minnesota
BARGAIN 240-s ere farru 20 miles from
Minneapolis; iw acres ujder cultivation,
40 acres good meadow, acres timbered
pasture; can practically all be cultivated;
good com land; farm is fenced; 10-room
house, barn, granary, mach.ne shed, wind
mill, etc.; 12 head good milk cows. 4 food
horses, harnesses, wagons, complete set
machinery, hogs, chickens and every
thing on tho farm goes at $45 per acre;
Ju.Ou caah, balance can stand for 10 vears
at i per cent. Schwab Bros., 1028 Ply
moutli Bldg., Minnes-polts, Minn.
SELLING several high class stock farms
direct from owners. Farms near cities
prices rl?ht, Jin up. Spring work starts
around April 10. M. Ii Carlson, Clear
water, Minn.
JLoataaau
YOU DON'T NEED TO
BB AN EXPERIENCED FARMER
to farm one of our farms in the great
Judith basin, Montana. We tan show
you how to farm for profit and pleasure.
Bargain now for the NEW SOIL 10 or
3A acres nearly all seeded to winter
wheat that, promises 60 bushels per aero
Can you pay $4,500 down and $2,500 within
6 months and pay balance in 7 yearly
payments? Price $46 to $70 an acre. Free
maps and facts for the asking.
WM. H. BROWN CO.,
5 N. lFallo Bt Chicago, III.
Nebraska..
HAVE buyer for 40-a. farm near town. B.
Neb.; also want listing of quarter sec
tions and eighties. Carlson A Walltn, 304
McCague Bldg. .
MORE MONEY THAN K-VJBR IN
CATTLE.
If you want to exchange a good eastern
Nebraska or Iowa farm for a mighty
good ranch, let us get you and the owner
of this ranch together.
Here is a 1,200-acre tract of as fine land
as you ever saw, almost level and nearly
every-acre of it. plow land. About 300
acres Is In cultivation and the rest In
Bplendld short grass pasture and good
hay. The improvements aro light, but
sufficient. There is plenty of water for
stock and drinking purposes, and alto
gether this is one of the finest little
ranches in Nebraska- There Isn't a
square foot of sand on the place and it
U all good. 'hard, fertile land and will
grow alfalfa successfully.
It is only. 1! miles from Gordon, Sheri
dan county. Neb., which is the best cattle
countv in the state. . See us or write us
and let us make a good deal for you.
rAINB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block Omaha.
DOUGLAS COUNTY STOCK FARM.
Here is a 336-acre farm located only a
few miles west of Omaha, in Douglas
county, in the famous Elkhorn valley.
There is no better corn land under the
sun. and a large portion of this farm has
been devoted, to that crop. There is some
good pasture and a llttlo timber, and the
improvements are A-l, consisting of a
good 10-room house, big barn and all of
the necessary outbuildings for a stock
feeding proposition. It is handy to South
Omaha, where you can take advantage
of the market any day. Land all around
mis is neia at tiw to $175 per acre, but
we ran sell this at $130 per acre.
PATNB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block Omaha.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bacb. Neb.
.80 acres, irrigated land, all under
cultivation. In Deuel county. Ne
braska, within m milei of Jules
burg. This is a smooth piece of ex
tra fine land and will be gold cbeap.
Will make terms.
W. T: Smith Co.,
City National Bank Bldg-. o
Oregon.
MUST SELL 40-acre Improved ranch,
near Grants Pass; ideal climate; good
bulldliiK; Tokay vineyard; young pears;
grain planted; $4,000. William Jetfers,
Murphy. Ore.
oath Dakota..
SOUTH DAKOTA FARM.
We "nn. assist you to exchange your
house In Omaha for this quarter section
of land in Grant county, which Is In the
nun belt of eastern South Dakota; 120
acres of this place Is good, rich, smooth
farming land, and 40 acres is rough pas
ture land. The owner lives In the east
and can t look after it, and will make
y.iur a very attractive exchunge proposi
tion. PAY.VK INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Wafe Block, Omaha.
Wtaeoaal.
Upper Wisconsin'
Best c-k.ry and general crop state in the
union; seiners wanted. Lands for sale at
low prices on easy terms. Ask for book
let No. 34 on Wisconsin CtbtraJ Land
Grant. Kxoellent lands for stock raising.
If Interested in fruit lands ask for book,
let on Apple Orchards. Audiea Land and
Industrial Dwpai Unaul, Moo Liu Hallway,
klibnaiolU. Minn.
W ?.
HOMESTEAD Homestead, r 1.000 acres.
Just opened; 331 acres to each applica
tion. Particulars, write at onoe. F.
Lavalleur. Burns, Wye.
ABSTRACTS OB TITLES
RKKO Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
f(ce in Nebraska. X Brand! Theater.
KEHK Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.."
a modem abstract office. K a. ma SL
Phone Douglas 4s7.
REAL ESTATE LOAK3
FARMERS, do you need money? We ne
gotiate for farm loans, i or 10 vears at
I per cent, dealing direct with bor
rower; per cent straight commission;
correspondence solicited. Security Farm
lan An n. j N. Dearborn St., Chicago.
HI.
HKAI, KSTATK I.OANS
C1T P'I la' in loans. per mnL
j. H. numont a Co, 41 State Bank.
WANTED 'Sty loan later Trust Co.
WANTIClMltjr loans and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith Co.. 1330 Farnam.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
II. Vt Binder. City Nat. Bank Bldg,
1 JOAN 3.
We make a specialty of making loans
on western farm land. Write
W. M.. NASH AV CO.,
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance.
002 Bee BMg. Omaha, Neb.
tl' to $10. made promptly. F. It, Weed,
wwa rung., ism anil rtrntm bul
GAliV'lN UROS Loans. $l and ua
unimitUHVO Omaha Nat. Rank.
erlK ua first for farm loans la eastern
Neb. United State Trust Co.. Omaha.
fj CITY LOANS. C. T. Cr!hrg.
' WO-ait Brnndeu ThoaUr Bldg.
C,J.v.Crriw't,r- Lstr loans a apeeialty.
W. H Thomas, ij State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farina,
O KEEFH REAL F.STAT K CO..
101$ Omaha Nail. Douglas tTtl
$100 to $10,000 mad promptly. F. D. Wend.
" vnu uiu,, join ana rarnam cis.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We are unable to Bupply tho
demand for 5 and 6-room
houses in the Hanscom or
Uemis Iark districts.
Tho V otfel I?oalty Apency, '
1015-1 ii W. 0. W. BldR.
WE DESIRE l.tflTlvua
of good substantial houses for sale. Our
salesmen will not bother owners . with
anything but live wire biivnra. Inscrip
tions of properties are solicited
SAUNDERS COMPANY.
1J1V16 W. O. W. Bldg. iMuglss .KCl
HAVE calls for vacant lots and cot
tages. Carlson Wallln, 304 McCaguo
Bldg., Douglas 3483. evening. H. 2339.
REAL KSTATF: ACREAGE
ACREAGE.
We have a number nt ellsnt id,
to exchange small tracts of land, both
Improved and unlinDrovnd. for cltv nmn.
erty.
THE VOOEL RKALTY AOKNCT.
1015-1S W. O. W. Bldg.
REAL KSTATF: NORTH SIDE
Delightful Home
$4,400 -
High and Sightly
On a beautiful east front lot. fi0x!2t, on
the Boulevard In Clairmcnt addition, one
and one-half blocks norUi of Military
Avenue. Six splendid arranged large,
light, airy rooms and bath. Oak finish
downstairs, mahogany nnd white enamel
upstairs. Oak floors throughout. House
has been built but a short time, and Is
absolutely modern. Clalrmont is a fine
restricted residence district. Two car
lines within two blocks of this property.
Annstong-Walsh Co.
Tyler l.VW. ' State Hank Rldg.
0-ROOM modern house, 706 N. 9tn St.,
$30. Phone Red 4308.
tell. EVANS -r. mod Tiomel-oak finish
Ihmil.hrtlll. aow ... lirV MIS
.... . , . " j mi in., , , r . twin
BEAUTI FUT, HOME
WITH. ACRE OF GROUND.
This home Is located close to tho Flor
ence car line and not far from tho Miller
Park entrance, on high ground over
looking Miller Park.
The grounds are all improved and
planted to fruits.
The house ha S rooms and is sub
stantially built and in first class condi
tion. This place Is for sale at a greatly re
duced price.
For further description has Mrs. Ida
King, the owner, at ;S!07 Redlck Ave., or
phone Webster 3877. or if more conveni
ent call at the office of BANKHRS
REALTY 1NVESTME.VT COMPANY.
Ground Floor, Bee Bldg. Phone D. 7926. o
Easy Terms
Nearly new dwelling of seven rooms
and bath; furnace neat, fine basement,
oak finish In parlor, dining rutirn and
library. This nouse has bedroom and
bathroom on the first floor and two bed
rooms and store room on second floor;
paved street; south front lot; half block
from Sherman Ave. car and within reas
onable walking distance, in excellent sur-
rounalngs. Can be bought on easy terms.
Scott & Hill Co.
Dougas KP09; JWT McCagnn Bldg.
A Bargain
For $X) cash, balance small monthly
payments, an all modern 6-room cottage,
with large basement and attic, on, paved
street, east front. Price, $J.'?50. Located
1210 N. mil Bt.
Norris & Norris
4o0 Bee Hllg.
Phone Douglas 4Z70.
NEAR 13EMIS PAEK
6 rooms, furnace, oak finish In living
rooms, cement basement, south front lot,
paved street, elegantly ' furnished bath,
room. Price $3,000, which Includes paving
told. Located on Seward St.
C. ii. CAHLBERG,
312 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
P)0 CASH
Very good home, six rooms, oak in
principal rooms. Full cemented base
ment and good furnace. Full lot. This
house is only about 2 years old and well
located. Price only $.1,5(W. ,
SAUNDERS CO.,
Douglas 3C22. 1215-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
NICE LOCATION
S rooms, sleeping rooms and bath on
second floor, full basement, elegant lot
4ixln0, shade trees, good walks, located
near 17th and Laird ets. Price $2,860.
C. (i. CARLBERO
$12 Brandels Theater Rldg.
A WEST. FARNAM HOME you can af-
rord to Duy: s r. mod., good condition,
now furnace, nicely terraced lot. shade,
raved M., choice location,- 11 blks. west
of high school; rest bargain at $3,000;
very easy terms. AlcKllrlck R. E. Co.
D. 14&2.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Field Club District
Brand new. two-story dwelling, built by
day labor; fine large living room, entire
width of houae; good sised dining room,
butler's pantry and nice kltdien; up
stairsthree dandy bedrooms and sleep
ing north, fine bathroom with tile floor;
i,wv. iiiivijiiiiiui uviaus rooms.
This Is a first class home. Nice lot,
nltf.ndl.4 aiiprniinlnni A-L. ,n i .
Can bo bought on easy terms.
Scott & Hill Co.
Douglas loun,
307 McCague Bldg.
$500 Cash
Here it la. SH-room, brand new bung
alow, oak finish, strictly modern and
up-to-date in every way; choice corner
lot; raved street. Hanscom Park dis
trict i'rice for this suk-aik us about
It. Terms arranged, or good lot taken
aa ilral payment. See this at ones.
TI' T
. Rasp Bros.
Douglas ld.
lot McCague Bld.
REAL ESTATE SOVTH SIDE
HANSCOM PARK HOME. ONLY $l.lO.
6 nice rooms; large east front lotl only
3 Mocks from caf. schools and stores.
Clesr of incumbrance.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Dong 171, War Block.
REAL KSTATF WEST SIDE
Let Us
Build
For You
At 33d and
California
We have several good building Sites left.
fronting east on Xk, .fust north of Cali
fornia, which would bo an ideal location
for a brick flat or a small apartment for
an Investment.
We built tnn buildings In this locality
Inst year, and thev were rented immedi
ately. Wo will have plana drawn accord
ing to your own Ideas, or we will aavisn
nlmt Is best to build for nn investment
In this locality, it will bring you at
least 10 per cent net on your Investment.
We have several buildings already built
and rented that we can sell you in rase
ou do not want to build. About $?.i00
cash will handle a double brick building'
In this locality. It will pay you to sec
us about this at once.
Hastings & Heyden
114 Harney Street.
West Farnam
Bargain
In tho heart of the West Farnam dis
trict we have a splendid H-room house,
five years old, oak finish, hot water heat,
on a corner lot HJ feet deep; paving on
both sides and paid for. Thin house has
always rented for $.V per month. We ran
sell this property for $H,aoo. and there Is
lota of room to build another house or a
row of brick flats. On account of the
splendid location this property will al
ways rent to good advantage. As a mat
ter of fart, on tho house mentioned above
we have never lost a day s rent In five
years until the present time. Owner of
this property Is a nonresident and dtslres
to sell.
Payne & Slater Co.
fflg Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
West Farnam $5500
Living room, dining room and kitchen,
first floor; $ bedrooms snd sleeping porch,
second floor; oak floors throughout and
oak finish; tile bath room; complete base
ment; brick fireplace; garage and ce
ment driveway and paving taxes all paid.
House located one block from Joslyn a.
Glover & Spain
H9-30 City National. Phone Douglas Sflf.J.
20 Minutes' Walk
To P. O : 2 blocks to Farnam line; only
$575; $10 cash, $1 er week,
O'Kcel'e Roal Estate Co.
101 Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
REAL ESTATE DOWNTOWN
Business Lot
at a Bargain
66xt32 feet to paved alloy. Located only
(A feet from liith St. Close to retail center.
Will divide. See, us about this at once.
George & Company
Tel. P. '756. P02 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
CLOSE-IN building site, all improve
ments In and paid: sufficient frontage
for a dosen flats; price, $5,000.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Douglas 1781. Ware Block. o
REAL ESTATE SUB CRM AN
Damdec.
Must Be Sold
Happy Hollow
House Owner
Leaving Town
Now Is the time to buy a well built
attractive house located on one of the
choicest snots in Happy Hollow at a price
tnat is rtgnt.
The house has I rooms besides an out
aide sleeping porch, finished In oak and
white enamel with selected oak floors
throughout. There is a full cemented
basement, with hot water heat.
The lot has a south frontage of 75 ft,
fronting a park and avenue with beauti
ful shade trees.
The price is $11,000. but we want an offer
THIS WEEK.
This la YOUR chance. Don't miss It
George & Company
Phone Ti. 7F4. 02 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Only One House
' Left
4917 Burt Street
SEVEN ROOMS, ALL MODERN.
SLEEPING PORCH AND SUN
ROOM. FULL LOT. CLOSE TO
CAR A DECIDED BARGAIN.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNEY STREET,
$1,000
Dundee Lots
Do you realize that it is almost Im
possible to buy any lota In Dundee as
low ss $1,U00? We have two high, sightly
lots on paved street, Nicholas street, be
tween 6uth and 61st, we are offering for
$1,000 each on terms. Don't delay.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN.
1B14 Harney Street.
DUNDEE HOUSE, $5,500
Fireplace, buffet, tiled floor In bath
room, oak finish first floor, oirch second
floor, south front lot close to car.
W. H. THOMAS & SOX,'
228 State Bank Bldg. Douglas ($.
Besutoa.
FOR SALE $1,500 5-room bungalow eight
blocks from Benson tar; built by owner
for home; leaving town. Must sell this
week. Tel. H. UoW.
Investors with money read the Real
Estate ads in. The Bee. Advertise your
property for a quick sale.
s
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Gallagher & Nelson
Real Estate
and Insurance
C44 lirandeis Bid?. D. 3382-o
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET!
Even Though Farmer Are Holding;
Their Grain Wheat Goes Off
Three Cents.
CORN AND OATS WEAKEN A BIT
OMAHA. March 17. 1MV
The fact that foreigners were again
liberal bnyera of new July wheat yester
day Is believed to reflect small stocks of
bren.lstuffe In the countries of the old
world. The amount of wheat to change
hands yesterday was llRht at 2T-,oOO bush
els, but at the sealoaid the total tran
sactions were MOno bushels. Duliitn
reported m.0no bushels rash wheat, there
as sold to go east, snd Omaha sold
bushels to go to Newport News.
Farmers continue to hold the'r grain
for higher prices. There ts still open In
terest In May wheat hero and the only
escape for the shorts Is to go into the pit
and even tip their position.
The wheat market here was irregular
and unsettled yesterdHV. It was strong
and hlghvr early because of the strength
In the Liverpool market, where prices
were yb2Hd higher. On the advances
there was heavy selling by longs In order
to secure profits.
A mcssaue whs received from Oklahoma
faying the area seeded to wheat has been
Increased K0oft acrer in that state, and
that reports from all sections Indicate
the condition of the growing plant at
(lb -III HO per cent.
Some strength was shown by "coarse
grains" early In tho session, but when
wheat eased off, both corn and oats weak
ened. It was reported that farmers down
state were offering com a little more
iieeij, nut oiiTsido or that section this
grain was held tightly. Cash sales of
corn here yesterday were 40.000 bu., and
rt'"' bu., and export Mies were
J.O0O,(W) bu. at tho seaboard The vlslblo
supply of corn decreased f.fto bu. the
a W''k' II of Kl,.0M btl.
After an early advance In the market
rot- hog products, which waa due to ont
sldo Investment buying, the market for
the entire list turned wenk. Hogs at the
ards were a shade better, but there ws
a big run of these animals in the west
t . irn.lo In iiicu'h i.i.d inrJ is still un
satlsfactorv. Omaha Spot Market-Wheat was So
corl1, lowr. and oats. He lowrr.
t learances of wheat an,1 l
J1""' V SM.WO bu.; corn, 3M,000 bu.; oats,
i,ti.
Corn closed ..l higher at Uvernool
Primary wheat receipts wero 613.000 bu.,
nnd ahlpmenta T23.im bu . asslnai re
ceipts of S!,oe0 bu. and shipments of 7.
00 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were NK.oos bu.
and shipments Rts.000 btl., against re
ceipts of 721.000 bu. and shipments of 6).-
0(10 bu, last year.
Primary oats receipts wero !C4 000 bu.
nnd shipments IW1.000 bu., against re
ceipts of 733O0O hu. and shipments of
84T.OOO bu. last vear.
, CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn! Oats.
Chicago 114 122 204
Minneapolis 117 ...
Dulutli 1W
Omaha 1.1 & IV
Kansas City.'! IK . 7 11
St. t,oula K S3 30
Winnipeg SliC
Tho following salrs were reported to
day: Wheat: No. 4 hard winter. 1 ear,
$1.49. Rye: No. 2. 11 cars, $1.14, Barley:
No. 4, H car, 73c. Corn: No. 2 white, 1
car. 70Hc Nn. 3 yellow, J cars. HMj'i 2
cars. 69c; 1 cars, 6!V. No. 4 yellow, 1
car, tfcc. No. i mixed, 1 car (near white,
HPc; 1 oar, RH-; 9 oara, sse. No. 4 mixed,
1 car (near whilst, 6Kc. No. 5 mixed, 1
car (wet), fic: 1 car (near white). xSo.
Oats: Standard, 1 car, 67c, No. It white, S
caia, 56Vsc; n car, 66c. Fumple, 1 car
(barley mixed), 51c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 hard,
tl.524il.S4:o. S hard, $1.61Mfl.M't: No 4
hard, $1.4:H.62: No. S spring, $l.40ttl.N"V:
No. ! durum $1.4.Vi 1.49: No. t durum. $1.47
il.4s. Corn: No. 1 white, 70i71; No. 3
white. 7'4tr7nv: No. 3 white, (WtyrfTOo;
No. 4 white, WWtVe: No. r. white, (Mf
WCite; No. 6 white. (iaMfffltc ; No. 1 yellow,
Syfi70Vic: No. S yellow (Wffussie; No. 3
yellow, Kwsufco; no. 4 ytllow, us'4i4)c;
67jVie; No 1 mixed. 60,ffiic; No. i
mixed, KWUHinno: ino, I mixed. RHMfwc; No.
4 mixed, 6ti6H'4e; No G mixed, IHKRWc;
Nn. 6 mixed, 65H067H. Oats: No, i
white, 67Wi7ic: standard. 564r57c: No, 3
white, KV66tyc; No. 4 white, teMifiMc.
Barley: Malting, 74rOe: No. 1 feed mt
xmlii No' ,U3,1'14' N-
i i
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feataree of the Trading; and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CIIICAOO. March 174plendld crop
promise on a big acreage had much to do
today with lowering the wheat market
here. Vslues were unsettled at the close,
which wss "Ufirt1 under lust nlirhl nnr
articles too showed net declines, corn,
6WW7Vi cents; oats, cents to 6'
cents, ana provisions, 7-i 10 to 22 cents.
Magnificent wa sthe term used by one
expert In describing the outlook for the
Illinois winter eron If had ln,i r,nm.
nloted an Inspection that extended from
Chicago to Cairo. Recent rains over tho
an sown ocu in oilier ststes were sold
by a different authority to have made
conditions unusually favorable for early
spring growth. Scattering reports of the
plant not wintering well were declared to
be less numerous that has been custom
ary. Bearish, cauie news and slackness of ex
port call tended to discourses wheat hov
ers even before prices came noticeably
under the shadow of the new crop. Anglo-French
prog reus In the Dardanelles,
reported illness of the kalaer. and the
prosnoct of more liberal shipments from
Argentina weio all eleiVmta In the feeling
against the bull side. On the other hand,
rumors of large flour 'orders from Italy
and Holland brought about a rally just
uciura inn winuup or tne day. Fine
weather weakened the demand for
The weight lof Uie big stock In sight
prumpuy iom against prices wnen It wss
spparent that no strength would be re
flected from wheat. Miscellaneous hold
ers unloaded oats. On the ensuing break,
however, there waa evidence of renewed
cash call from the seaboard.
Provisions swung down with hogs and
grain. leading packers let go of holdings
quite freely.
Futures were quoted as follows!
Aitfolej iien. Hlgh.l Ixiw. Close. Yes'y.
Wbeatl
May.
July.
1 554;
1 Zi
74H!
1 67
1 633i
1 20
7SSI
76
I MB
1 21
73 V
76
1 T.7H
1 23
74H
1 V
74H'
76T;
Corn
May.
July.
Oats
May.
July.
Pork
May
Julv
504' M 5n'4 69V
54 64S 63S 53 I 64-,
17 75 17 75 17 5S 17 67 17 ft)
II 17 I$ 20 17 97 In 00 18 $0
10 0 10 62 10 B7 10 0 10 7
10 90 10 'JO 10 85 10 $5 10 U
10 10 10 10 I 10 02 10 0i 10 15
10 42 10 42l 10 35 10 87 10 47
LardsW-
May
July
Ribs I
May I
July.l
B bid.
Chicago Cash Prices Whest: No. S red.
$1 .Wi; No. 2 hard. $1.(1. Corn: No. 2
yellow, 74c; No. 4 yellow, 70r&7lc: No. 4
n illic, I au, ' i" . fu. a Willi, on'4' (JW C ;
standard, 694i40c. Rye, nominal. ' Bar
ley, 7Bk4c. Seeds: Timothy, $4.50fa-l.Zo;
driver Itt SVill m 1 uI.Imb .
.117.30: laid. $10.10: ribs. $.2ffiS.7o.
nn i ir-n nirany, creamery, iwiZBO.
POTATOES Higher; receipts, i'l tars;
Michigan and Wisconsin red. 12'a3ic;
Michigan and Wisconsin white, 32'u40u.
EGOS Higher; receipts. 9.500 cases; at
mark, cases included, I7'eil744c; ordinary
firsts. Urinr; firsts, 174l7c.
POULTRY -Alive, blgher; springs, 17c;
fcwls, 17c.
Kansas .City i.rala aad Provision..
KANSAS CITY. March 17. WHEAT
No. 2 bard. $1 121.6:1; No. 3 red $1 o24
1.63; May, $14; July, $1.15; September,
H.04k.
("ORV-.Vo. 2 mixed. 7J'ic; No. I white,
72.-. No. 3 yellow. 72c; No. 3, 7l4c;
May. 704c; July, 73V7:V: September,
7i74c.
OATS No. white, 6c; No. 2 mixed.
6lttu5?.
bUTTER-Creainery. 28c; firsts, 2c;
seconds, 24c; packing, 17c.
KtKJS Firsts. IHc, seconds, 16c.
POULTRY Hens, 14c; roosters, 10c;
turkeys, lie.
Liverpool Orala Market.
LIVPRPOOL. March 17.-WHEAT-flnot.
No. 2 Manitoba, lis 5d; No. 3 hard winter,
13s 4d.
( 'ORN Spot, American mixed, new, 7s
kd: American mixed, old, $s 2d; March,
7s 4d,
Mlaaeastelts G sal si Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Msrch 17 WHEAT
May, $1.46 asked; July, $t.0i.4u, No.
1 ln.I. $1. No. 1 northern. $l.4!VSfl
I ."-'V No. j northern, $1.4,''u I. !!".
FLOP R Unchanged.
HAMLEY 71f79c.
IMCE-4I 17411.18.
Kit AN-lUOU.
CORN No. S vellnw, flM'V.
OATH No S white, 57in'e.
FLAX.-1.7!ff2.01V
OMAHA UBSKllAt. H4RKST,
. PPTTRR No. l, l-n cartons. Bel No.
I, sa lb tubs. lie.
CHEF: SIC Imported Swiss, t4e; Amer
ican Swiss, attic: block Swiss, 22c; twins,
16c; daisies, lie: triplets. 17o; Young
Amaiiiras, 19c; blue label brick. 17o; llm
burner, t-lb.. 20c; 1-lb.. )c New York
white, 19c; imported trench Roquefort.
40a
POTATOES-Colorado Iturals. Tic bat
Red River Chios, 0d bu.; Minnesota,
wbltea, Ui bu,
FISH Trout, ei large crapptes, 16c I
halibut, 14c; channel catfish, 14c
K EET POl A'iOE.V-Knnas. $2.75 bbU
BEEF Cl'T.-Rlbs, No. 1, lc; No. 2,
l:ic- No. a, ll,e. loins. No. 1, V7, ;
No. 2, Idc; No. J. 12'c. Chucks. No. 1,
rc; No. i. !.; No. J. Kc. l'latea. No. 1,
He; No. 2, 7c; No. 3, 6"4c. Rounds, No. 1,
lle; No. lie; No. 3. 10o.
I'Ol'LTRY Broilers, 14;c; spring rhlck
ene, 11c; hens, Dtillc; corks, go; ducks,
Idc; geese, sc; turkeys, 16c; pigeons, per
dot., hoc; ducks, full leathered, HK-; gerso,
lull feathered. Sc; squsbs. No. 1, $1.50; No.
t. Wo.
Market quotations furnished by Olllnikl
Fruit company.
Fltl'lTS-Oranges: Prr hog, extra fancy
Alphabetical, all risen, $2.ii; extra fancy
rui.ktxl. ail sixes, $j.,'i, Red Ball, all
six s. $2 25. lemons: Per lox. fancy 81111
klst. 3 i. 3'Os. 4.0ui4.n0; choice Red
Ball, $l.."0, (.irapvifrult ; l'er box, SCs. 4h,
t-'.cO. ills and $, $JM; 64a. $2.25.
Apples: Per box, extra lancy, Washing
ton White Winter Prarmainos, $1.75;
i Itxriibtirgs. Sl.bO; Hoovers, $1.35: Black
Ben Davis. $l.:'n; Black Twigs, f 1.00; fancy
Black Twig, $1 3.; extra fancy I'tah Uanos,
lli, fane, Rome Beauties, IV bu; 6-box
lots, $1 40; g'en lavls, highly colored, per
bhl., $3.25: Ron Davis, commercial pack,
ier bhl., $3.(10; Shield Wlnesaps, per bbl.,
100 Pearsi lVr box, Anjoua, Sheldon,
Jersey. Bosco. Easter. $J.2. Bananas per
bunch, $.' ttr2., per lb., 4c. straw berries;
Per .it.. iO.-
VEGETABLES Cauliflower. whole
(rate, $i75 jht crate. Cabbage: New
York Danish, 2o lb.: Wisconsin. Holland
aeed, lc lb.; California, new, 3c lb. Cel
ery, Jumbo. 90o dos.; head lettuce, $1.00
doi.; leaf lettuce, 40o dos. Onions: Red,
2o lb.: yello. 2o lb.; white, 2c lb; Bnan
Ish, $1.75 cratn. Artichokes, $l.tiO dos.;
endive. 95c lb.; Brussels sprouts, 20c lb.;
peiM'crS, basket; tomatoes, $6.00 crate;
sarllc, Italian, 25o lh.; radishes, fiOn
dos.: turnips, 50e dos.; spinach, 6O0 dos;
parsley, 6O0 dot; beans, $450 hamper.
Onion arts, yellow and red, $1.60 bu. ;
white, $1.76 hu. Potatoes: Colorado Iturals,
7oo bu : Red RIVer Ohloa. 860 hu.; Minne
sota whites, Vo bu. Sweet potatoes, $275
per bu.
NUTS No. t California walnuts, 1o
per lb.; black walnuts, $. per lb.; fil
berts, 15c per lb.; iecans. 12o per lh,;
Brasila, 12c per lb.; iilmnnds. 20o per
lh.; 50 (-os. figs. $2 per box; sugar wal
nut dates, $1.40 per box; Hallow I dates.
8c Per lb.
MI!
ISCELLANEOrS Shelled popcorn. 4o
Per lb.; limes, $1.75 per box; cracKerjark,
$3.50 per case; crackerjack. one-half case,
$1.76: checkers, $3.50 per case; checkers,
one-half case. t.ib. Honey, $4.00 case.
Cider, New York, $3-50 keg. Cocoanuta,
13.60 feck: 7(- dos. Cranberries: Late
Ho Wps, $7.00 per bbl.; $2.5(1 per box, Pea
nuta: Baw, 7c lb.; sack Iota (Jumbo), so
lb.; roasted. 8c; salted, $1.60 can. Mush
rooms, 6O0 lb.
Kew York General Market.
NEW YORK, Msn-h 17. SCUAR Raw,
easy; centrifugal, 4.77o; molasses, 4c; re
fined I nulet. Himsr futures were quieter
esrly today and prices were easier under
scattered liquidation prompted by tne de
clining spot market. Prices at midday
were 3 points net lower.
BUTTER Cnsettled; receipts. 7.196
tubs; creamery extsha (93 score), SMc;
creamery (highee scoring), 294i'JOr;
rtoamery first. 28$r28c; seconds, 23tf
2,So.
M1CIS Firmer; receipts. 36.68$ rases;
fresh gathered extras, 21(u22c; extra firsts,
Siic: tlrsts, 19ti'.H)c; seconds, 18(&ik4cj
nearby henneries, whites, fine to fancy,
25c; nesrby hennery browns, 2itt2c.
CI I EES E Firmer; receipts. 1.179 boxes;
state, whole milk, held specials, 16tf
17c; average fancy. 1Mc.
l"OULTRY Live, wenk: good western
fowls, 19W!0o; turkeys, i34i'l$ci .dressed
quiet. western fowls), f rose a, 14fll7c;
turkeys, KVVHi.
Kt. I.onla Gralai Market.
ST. IXiVin, March TT. WHEAT No. 3
red, nominal; No. I hard nominal; May,
$1.49il.M: J"'ti ... . ,
CORN No. 1, 74c: No. 3 white, nominal;
MOATNo.JXye$tCN0. I whit 60c.
CHICAGO L1VK STOCK MARKET
C"atlle Flrm-r-HosTa Weak Sheep
Weak.
CIIICAOO, March 17.-CATTLE Re
ceipts. 8.C00 head; market, firm; native
steers, $f.86(8 75; western, B.30(ff7.46: cows
and helferst, $r.50&7.nn; calves, $6.6810.00.
HOUS Receipts, 36,000 head: market
weak, 6o lower; bulk, $6.75mi.80: lights,
$ 604i.86; mixed. $6.tWifi.kS; heavy, $.dtKu)
6.85; rough. $6.8('(a".; nig-, $i.b010.7a ,
SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts, 15,000
head: market weak; sheep, $7.0O4Ji8.0U ;
yearlings, $7.76(ii.10; lambs, $7.609 75.
Coffee Market.
NE WTORK, March 17. The market
for coffee futures opened at an advance
of 8 to 17 points today owing to the con
tinued strength of Braxil. Realizing
caused slight reactions during the mid
dle of the day, but the market firmed
up again in the lata trading on reports
of sn improving spot demand, and a
sharp advance in roe and freight prices.
The close wss 12 to 17 points net higher.
Sales, 87,350 hags. March, loo; April,
6.17c; May, .33c: Juner t.27e; July, 7.34o;
August. 7.40c: September, T.40r; October,
7&0c; November, 7.64c: December, 7.68c;
January, 7.62o; February, 7.66c.
Sn.it, firm; Rio No. 7, 8c; Santos No.
4, 10t10c; Rio 7s In the cost and freight
market ware reported some 40 to 60 points
higher, quotations ranging from 7.50c to
7.70c, while well described Santos 4s were
quoted at about N.I60 o 10.50u.
Rio exchange waa Sd higher and there
was a further advance of from 7G to 250
rels In ths primary markets,
Bt. I.owls Live gtoek Market.,
ST. LOU13. March 17.-CATTLK Re
ceipts, 3,200 head: market steady; .native
beef steers, $7.00iia.76; cows and heifers,
$5.60'8.2b; southern steers, $.247.76; cows
and hellers, $4. Oof. 00. native calves, $6.00
tl 10.00.
HDU3 Receipts. 12.300 head: market
lower; plga and lights, Sft,'i5tr7.10:, mixed
and butchers, S6.8u4f7.10; good heavy, $6.85
jf 00.
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipts, Z.TOO
head; market lower; native muttons. $i.73
(tS.o0:lambs, $9 oOtrfl.'O; yearlings,. 11. Wu
8.90; sheared yearlings, $7.507.60.
Meta Market.
NEW YORK, Msrch 17. M ETAIjS
Iad. firm, at $4.0M4.6; London, 23.
Spelter, nominal; London, 44 10a.
Tin: strong; rive-ion lots, s;!.Mffi.4.0!.
Copper: Firm; electrolytic, $14. 87 16.00;
rssilngs, $14.2t4l4.t2. Iron: Steady and
unchanged.
Af london: Spot copper, f6 10s- fu
tures, Siiot tin, tM, futures, 170 los.
Antimony, twn'it. .
ut 1 1 tiim uBn.h 17 MrTlt.y ta
higher et $4 .12; spelter, unsettled at $4.50
Wio.oo.
Osnaba liar Market.
OMAHA, March 16.-PRA1R1E HAY
Choice 110 snd. $13.50: No. 1. 13 00: No. 2.
$M.oiMti2d;; No. 3. SS.OO'aII.uv. Choice
midland, ll.'.OO: No. 1. $12.60; No. 2. $ll.0iKbJ
12. Ui; No. 3, 19 11.00.' Choice lowland,
tlloo; No. 1, IH.Ou; No. t, $S).UOj 10.00, No.
A 7 11 Ort.
STRAW Choice wheat, $.6utJ7.00; choice
oat or rve, S7.0X7.&U.
ALFALFA Choice pet gT". leafy end
fine stem. IH OrH 00; (It takes extra
choice to bring lli ooi; No. 1, $I3.5u914.00;
No. 2, l2.t"XI7 13.00; No. 3, lll.ii.'j 12.00.
Cutlo Market.
NEW YORK. March 17 COTTON-pnt
quiet: middling uplands, S.6c. . Sales, 200
futures closed steady; March,
tic; May, S.93c; July, S 23c; October, 9.54c;
Dei ember, 9.73o.
The cotton market closed steady at a
net gsln of enly one to live points.
LIVERPOOL. Msrch 17 COTTON
Snot strong; good middling, fi.9d; mid
dling, f.iKl; low middling, 4.96d. . Sales,
15,000 bales.
Evaporated Apples anal Dried Prelts
NEW YORK. Msrch 17.-EVAPO-RATED
APl'LKS-Dull.
DRIED FRUITS Prune. barely steady!
apricots, quirt; peaches, dull and nom
inal; raisins, qulst.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Dealings in Securities Show Small
est Total of Any Receit
Period.
UNDERTONE IS HOLDING FIRM
NEVV TORK. March 17.-Deallngs In
stocks todsy showed the smallest total
of any recent period, but the undertone
was consistently firm, except for some
irregularity at the outset and towards
the close. Itesding. which wss the
primary cause of the previous dsy's un
settlement because of fears of a reduced
dividend, rose a full point and rested at
that level. In the final hour, when word
rem from Philadelphia that the regular
dividend had been declared, Reading rose
a further fraction, but recorded a slight
net loss. Earlier In the session Lehigh
Valley, which la controlled by Reading
IntrM'Sta, rose substantial on account
of Ita dividend and other high-priced
thnren also evinced a tendency to harden.
In point of fact, however, trading was
devoid of 'actual significance, the only
noteworthy changes being the semi
active or highly speculative Issues.
Among these were lnrlrde (las of ft.
l.ouls, Pittsburgh Coal preferred. Pacific
Mall, General Motors and Scars-Roebuck,
nil of which declined 1 to 2 points,
while Mexican 1'etroleum, American Beet
Sugar and Bethlehem Hteel moved as
much In the other direction.
Metal and allied slocks failed to reflect
to any appreciable extent the more fa
vorable advices, such aa further large
aalea of copper for export, an advance In
the price of lead and resumption of divi
dends by the Bio Tlnto rompany, which
naa the support or the foremost financial -Interests
In Ixndnn and Paris.
I nlted States Steel wss barely more
than steady at any tints. Its plaos In
point of activity being taken by stocks
of fsr lesa prominence. Trade authorities
reported better prospects In that Indus
try, mainly as a result of large foreign
contracts now In course of consummation.
Foreign exchange moved in Its recent
Contrary manner, cables snd drafts on
London being firmer, with somo heavi
ness In France. Other continental bank
ers were reported to be negotiating sev
eral municipal loans, one of these (or ac
count of Canadian interests.
Total salea of stocks amounted to 122.100
shares. Bonds reflected the stock mar
ket for most Important Issues, but became
Irregular Inter, Total salrs, par value.
SI.Kll.Otm. I'nlted States bonds were un- .
changed on call.
Number of sales snd leading quotations
on stocks today wore:
psles. lilll. Lew. Dm.
att-ks O014 ,
AaiBlsamaied rniiesr ....
Asisrlrsa Keet Sugar....
Anrlrsa Csa ....,
Aasrlraa g. A It ,
Aaisrlcsn g. a H. pM..
Am. Htissr lieflnlttf . ...
Anterlran Tsl. a Tsl...
American Tnharre
Anaionda Mlnlns
Atchison
Halllmiire Ohio
Hranhlrn Hspla Transit.
Csltfnriila ratroleum ...
I'snadlan Psrltla
t'sntrsl lsthsr
rtienspesliii a Olilo
rhlrsgu Urrat Western,.
CMfdln. M. a HI. P...
Chlm A N. W
rhlne (nppr
Cnloraitt. Fuel a iron...
CoUiraili a Sotilhsrn...
tvnvsr a Ills Orands...
lUailllsra' HwurKIM ...
Rrle
(lei.aral Rlertrtc
Oreat Northarn ptd
Oreat No. Ore rtla
fluiKnhtm Kiplorattoa.
Illlnola Ontrsl
liitsrrwraush Mat. nfd..,
Inaplrailon Corner
International Hnrvsatsr.
Ksnaaa (tty Bouthern...
lhlh Vtllaf
UniiairUI a Nashvtlls.
Mvilran Pstrolsum
Mmmt Owt
Mlaaoarl, K. A T
MlfwnuTl I'arllle
National Blacult
NMIonal LsaS
Nsvails Coppar
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Pullman Paleea Car
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New York Money Market.
NKW TORK. March 17. MEHCANTIl.g
PAPER 3 per cent.
STERLING EXCMANORwWeak- atitv-
day bills, $4.7725; for cabins. $4.8015: for
demand, $4.7975.
SILVERr-Bar. 50Uc: Mexican dollars
38e. .
bonds Government, steady; railroad,
irregular.
TIME LOANS Steady: alxt days. t7
Per cent: ninety days. 2liY Der cent: alx
months, 3 per cent
r A 1.1 . MriMirv tumA, vi.t. ...
cent; low, 114 per cent; ruling rale, t per
cent; last loan. IT per cent, closing; bid,
144 per cent; offered at 1 per cent.
Closing quotations on Bonds today were
as follows:
V. . ref. Is, ret... H1J 'Ha, Pse. car. t.... 444
to coupon av,N. Y. City ,... 1M(.
V. 8. la, rag 11vtaN. T. Buw 4v,...1(m
1 seusea ISlvi N. Y. C. s. l4a ... Tt
V. . 4a. reg lot'i N. T.. N. M. H.
do Mupos 1I0V1 fj. Is lMVi
Panama la coupon. .MluT Ne. Pactdo 41 Sn
Am. Hnelter Ia...l044 do Is '. 4
A. T. A T. ct. 4'ia MH 0. L. raf. 4s...
Artnear a Co. 4'a.. M J'ao. T. A T. la.... 97(4
Atrhlaoa gea. 4a.... ft r.m con. 4a 97S
Hal. A Ohio 4. MVi So con, 4 Vaa lots.
rhaa. A Okln 4e.. a Realms (en. a.... .l
C. B a Q.J. 4a ... mi'H. U A g. F. r. 4s II
eaf? af a P g 4HS.1M Bn. Pao. ov. 4s 114
ao ct. la .....loiu do raf. 4a 1(1,
n. R. I. a P. . 4s iv( 4, ct. Va aa'.
T. a S. raf. 4V,.. 42V, go. rUltwny la
I. A K O. ref. la., 47 t'nloa liaclftc 4s.,., Hi,
Kris sen. 4a U. dn e.. 4 M
)n. Klertrle ta....lul IT. h Rubber a....flVi
(It, No. let 4Vaa..,. 7 tT. H. flteel As 101
ill. On. ref. 4a.,., W aWansali, lat I T'
f . t . eo. rai. ua... a w w. inioa es..
I N. unl. 4a.... l4Weat. tlac. ct. la
M. K. T. lat ta. 71
BIS. Offered.
eoi,
9v
Local Itorko and Bonds,
OuotaKona fumlahad ha Btirna. Hrinke a. Cm
f 44 On., ft a Netlonal bank kullding:
hiocaa nid. Asked.
Board of Trade pld 100
Haukem Mori (ace Loaa. Omaha 17U
Onlln'Dlai ll. I K. I 1. t. corn 11 US
Citr National Bank. Omaka 94 .-
I ware Co. pM M Ml
Kelimnnt rvsamary 7 p a. pfd KiOV, 114
Oraal Wealera BUrtr pfd 101 1(
Live gtiMk Nat., South Omaa 171
(we ha a C. V. Sr. pld 74 TT
(m.aha A C. B. r. Sr. coin It 17
Horsy Ml. Pual pld, coax, bonus.... 20 ,
Htauo Bank of Oneha 114 111
Hwlll a Co 107 1114
Hharldaa Cal com ..... II
t nlus stock Yards, Omaha ,, 93
Bonda
Continental O. A K. la 1M7 (Nek.) M
Cleveland. O , 4Via. 1IM 1M 63 101 It
Kanaae Cllr, Mo., Htkeolava. 7 m
Mlrhiiaa Ity. aa. 111 (X
Us.aha a C. B. Bt. Rr. la. laU M41 aaii
Omaha Water 4 Ha. 141 103 1 W
On aha Hrhool ta, 121 7 i-
Roclir Mountain Fuel 6e IS 10
Hw in a Co. Is, 144 Mi 4
Sf.ulh Omali IWa. IMS 11 10; 14
SV rlunrr, Nab.. Water la. IIS 4 10
I'nl. Flat. Nab., 4a. 117 a au.
WtrbHa l nlon Slock Tarda is. 1M4...M 10
Water U U. I P. Hot Seriate, U. P II
London tttexk Market.
IONDON. March 17. American securi
ties on the stock market today wero ncg
elcted. There were a few markings among
ths leaders during the day and the dosing
was dull.
HLVb-H-nar, 23 13-16(1 per ounce.
MONEY IMP per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short and three
months' bills. 2 per cent; India eouncll
bills. Is S31-32J.
Bank ( learlasjs.
( MA HA, March 17,-Hsnk clearings for
Omaha today were S3.53J.319.07. and for
the corresponding day last year IVi.Si!.-.
664.19.
"Annourlcement'i" ads brine good re
sults. THS OOP 4jut KtVltW tails New York
9totk bxebaute pportunltlea avaikabke ts
the small as well as tea lass In.eaior. It a
year. Sead for aajesle eapiea. 14 aWeaatv.
Near Tert .

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