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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED West. A GENTLEMAN'S HOME. Overlooking Hanscom Park. Plot 160a ISO, contains twelve large rooms, three bathe with toilet, innumerable closets and pantries, eteam heat, seven tire places and finished In oak and mahogany. Price 111.000 and only 9:1.500 cash required, SOUTH OM All A INVESTMENT CO., 4985 S. 21th St. Phone South 1247. THE) FEBRUARY SCORE. r1 of Paid Classified oompared with Ills THE BEB (alned 1967 lines THE NEW- gained 770 lines THE! WORLD HERALD LOST 14 lines Figure, compiled by w.rfl,ld Adv. Arc?., an Independent audit bureau. $1,(00 FOR A FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. Only been built a few years; all modern except beat. 1110 down, balance 111 xnontbly. Located, at 1110 Burden 8L J, TRAVER BROTHERS, 708 Omaha Nat, Bk. Wdg, Phone D. 89, NICE 7-room modern house, finished In oak, Dearly new, Cathedral district, close In, walking distance to high school and to the city's five largest churches. 624 N. 96th St. Harney 1126. North. WALNUT HILL 4G1S LAFAYETTE! AVE. Lst my mlstfortuns be your good luck. Am obliged to -ell my house, 4612 Lafay ette Ave., cost over W.800, 6 rooms, fully modern, practical new; quick sale, $2,900. Buy from owner and, save commission. PHONE WALNUT 2429. NEW bung;jow. Five room, strictly modern, finished In oalt Located at 3923 N. S5th St. Pries 13,160. Terms. Will taks small COttags In trade. NORMS A NORRIS, 400 Bee Bids. Phone Douglas 4371. NEW modern 7-room house with sleeping porch, quartered oak finish; hand-painted decorations throughout; two toilets; built by owner for home. Must be seen to be, appreciated. Terms to right party. Wal nut 191 T. NICE 7-room modern house finished In oak, nearly new; cathedral district, close In, walking distance to high school and to the city's five largest churches, 624 N. Sfith St Harney 1126. South. NEW BUNGALOW. CREIGHTON'S 1ST ADDITION. . OWNER LEAVING CITY. '' 2342 So. 85th St., S rooms, strictly modern. $2,750; 1500 cash, balance monthly. Go out today and let the owner show you through, PAYNE & SLATER CO., (REALTORS) 916 Omaha Nat. Bank. Doug. 1016. ON ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS. Owner will sacrifice at a real bargain 6-roem house, good condition. Lot 60x 104. Call Sunday, Tyler 1650; on week days Douglas 6448. LEAVING town, will sacrifice beautiful 8 room house, facing Hanscom park. Tele- prions nurney no, Miscellaneous. $l,30O.OO-$50.0O cash; $15 PER MONTH. woom cottage, nicely decorated; water, gas for cooking and lights; lot 60x127; 2 blks to car, rented for Sl2. Will take lot as first payment. Call Dg. 6013 during office hours. Col. 2460, after 6. p. m. E. I. MORROW. MODERN BUNGALOW Fine location, east front, paved street t rooms, hardwood floors and finish, close to school and car. A bargain at SS.000 Easy terms. Call owner, Doug. 1722. MONTCLAIR BUNGALOW. Stucco construction, 5 large linrht rooms. Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price $3,800. Easy terms. Another now build ing tor $3,650. Call Douglas 1723 days. Walnut 1580 evenings. 6-ROOM house for sale, to bo moved: for Information see Traver Bros.. 819 Firs Nat. Bank Bldg. I. 6S8B. NEW bungalow, also 8-r. and gardening your terms and price: Inv. with $400. rent 8 houses (cost $3.500 $2,600. D. 2107. J. B. ROBINSON. Real Estate and Insur ance, 443 Bee Bldg. Douglas 8097. $450 WILL handle a house and full lot, nicely located. F. P. Wead. Wead Bldg. iuaoi n dttattv ro sun l neater VV it-ni- v,. Building. R. a TRUMBULL, 812 World-Herald Bldg. REAL ESTATE Unimproved North. WB have 2 good lots near 36tb and Cali fornia, in cathedral district. Price right F. D. Wead. 110 S. 18th St TUB FEBRUARY SCORE of Paid Classified oompared with 1916 THE BEB gained 8,987 lines THE NEWS gained 770 lines THE WORLD HERALD LOST.. 14 lines Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an Independent audit bureau. CUMING, near 29tb St, 32 or 44 feet, must be sold to close estate, GrlmmeL 849 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Miscellaneous. FARMS, acreage, and Dundee property specialty. A. ARION LEWIS, 408 Bee. REAL ESTATE B'nes Pr'pty H. A. WOLF. Realtor, Ware Hlk. Specialist 1p 4nwnn.vn huplnw pmrrtv REAL ESTATE WANTED IT YOU desire to sell, rent or trad your property, please call at our office and let ua show you our progressive methods and tmsurpaastnc service. We have faith In "printers' Ink" and If your proposition la listed with us, It will be made known to a hundred thousand people or where aver alt the Omaha newsapera are read. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. The largest real estate company, from standpoint of service and equipment In Nebraska. We are running 200 Unos of ad vertisement In this valuable paper dally. 4925 South 24tb St, Phone South 1247, GOOD vacant lot wanted In exchange for slx-cyllnder, seven-passenger touring car, food condition throughout Address Auto mobile, 803 8. 13th St, Omaha, or tele phone Hamey 2316 after 8. THIS FEBRUARY SCORE of Paid Classified compared with 1916 THE BEB gained 1,187 lines THE NEWS gained 770 lines THE WORLD HERALD LOST. , 14 lines Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an independent audit bureau. WANTED 4, 6 and d-roomed bouses that oan be sold for 1108 cash, balance $16 per month send complete description ursi letter. W. FARNAM SMITH & CO. 1820 farnam. Tel. Doug. 1064, LIST your 6 and 6 -room bouses with us WB SELL TxtlCDi USiJUttWSJ IWIAUJ I CO.. Doug- 1474. FINANCIAL Real Estau. Loans, Mortgages. City and Farm Loans ft, 8H and 6 per cent Also Urst mort gages on farm and Omaha real estate for aale. J. H. Dumont Co.. 41618 Keeiln Bldg., I7th and Hamey. CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates, 6, Ptt and 6 per cent Reasonable commission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO., 212 South 17th. Omaha, Neb. A FUR CtfNX to 6 per cent wo best class city residences in amounts $2,uvu up; also farm loans. Reaaonabl commission, PETERS TRUST CO, 1821 Faroam St FINANCIAL Real Estate, Loans, Mortga g e s. WILL PAY 12 for $3,000 for one : ear; good security. Ad dress Box 1S66. Bee. BIG 4 REALTY CO.. HEAL. KSTATK. FARMS AND CITY. mi4 W. Q. ., . Bldg. Doug. 146 SHOPEN fc CO- PRIVATE MONEY. UONUV to loan on Improved farms ami rancnea. we also buy good farm mort gages. Ktoke Inv. Co.. Omafea. MONEY on snd for clly and farm loans. H. W, Binder. City manoTia. nana "'afo 5Vi UARVIN BROS.. 2 S LOANS. Pro, Nat. Bk. Bldg pit- MONEY HAKR1SON MORTON. S 'C 1 sHS Omaha Nat. Bank Bid. omaha homes, east nkb. kakms OKKKFE R. E. CO., 1016 Omaha Nafl. FARM and city loans. &-5Vs and b per cent. w. h, inomai. Keenne hi a sr. uoug. 16-ih. CITY and farm loans, lowest rates. B. H LOIKIEB. Inc.. SAM Ktltnf Bldg. $iuu to l.u.tniu made promptly. F D. Wead. wean Bldg.. 18th snd farnam Sts. LOW RATES. C. G. CARLBERU. 212 Rrandtls Theater Bldg. U. 6s 6. NO DELAY In closing loans. W. T. Graham, 6q Hee Bldg. Financial Wanted. WANTED A large luan on 1,000 acres good western Iowa land, two sets of Improve ments. Call Dmitris 8410 Abstracts of Title. Kavr Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.. Ai-Cli 3fl a, nth at. around floor. Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co. REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of fice In Nebraska. 2ns IJ ran dels Theater. Miscellaneous. GALLAGHER & NELSON. Represent prompt pay Insurance com tvnntf-a 44 Rrnndels 3 Id.. Omaha. Nek REAL ESTATE Investments THE FEBRUARY SCORE, of Paid Classified oompared with 1916 THE BEE gained 8,267 lines THE NEWS gained 170 Hoes THE WORLD HERALD LOST. . 14 lines Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an Independent audit bureau. 1 GUARANTEED YOU On your money In any amount by HOME BUILDERS, Inc., $1.00 Shares. Omaha. APARTMENT. $75,000; Income 12 per cent; one year old; very fin location; mortgage $26,000 and will accept $20,000 In trade; bal ance oaah or negotiable papers. CALKINS CO.. Douglas 1211. City Nat Bank Bldg. REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN Benson, LEAVING city, will sell our attractive bungalow (nearly new). This house was built for a home and Is not an ordinary house; oak finish down stairs, white enamel on second floor. Walls decorated. Will consider a "tar In trade and easy payments. Phone Benson S96-J. Dundee. BEAUTIFUL DUNDEE RESIDENCE, A trlctly modern home 'n the beat part of Dundee. Plot 60x135. contains 7 rooms and 2 baths, full cement basement end well lighted attic, living room. 14x28. with oak beam celling and paneled oak dining roo.ii; 8 large bed rooms upstairs, finished In mahogany and white enameL Price $6,00o; half cash. Shown only by a lnt ment SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. 4925 South 24tb St Phono South 1247. Well located lots on t t as. Mod ern, attractive houses. Before buying be sura and see GEORGE & CO. 8 ROOMS, all modern, must sell. Make me an offer. 819 N. 60th Ave. Walnut 1403. South Side. THE FINEST NEW RESIDENCE On the South Side from any angle, Inside or out. Modern to the minute, Brick veneer. Full cement basement and fin ished attic. Eanmeled tubs In laundry, with washer operated by electric prower. Hot water heat furnUbed by oil burner furnace. Bath room 8x10, tub and shower, completey tiled. 10 rooms, 8 alone cost $5X7 to finish and decorate. Interior oak finish. (Sun parlor and screen porches. New brick garage with concrete run way. Plot 60x150; . beautifully lawned. Built by the owner at an original cost of $14,000. Has sold his business interests here, desires to leave the state and directs us to sell for $12,600. Any reasonable down payment accepted. Listed exclusive ly with the SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. Inc. 4B2E South 24th St. Phone South 1247. OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS and SUNDAYS. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LOT on S. 25th St., 60x160 ft. A modern 6 room cottage on the back end of this slightly terrace plot Will take auto and small amount of cash aa first payment. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., INC., 4925 8. 24th St Phone South 1247. OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS. HOMESEEKEKS. ATTENTION. On a small cash payment ws will buy the lot you aelect, build a home after your own plana and you can pay for It on small monthly payments, without extra Interest SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. INCORPORATED CAPITAL $26,000. 4925 S 24th St. Phone South 1217. MEDIUM PRICED HOMES. On thr South Side, on full sired lots, ranging from 11,500 to $3,000 In different localities, with all city ImprovemertB near schools and churches; can be bought from us on a small cash payment SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. 4925 S. 24th St Phone South 1247. HERB IS A BARGAIN. Two 4-room houses on corner lot 60x160, on car line and paved street. One rents for $9 a month, snd live In the other. Price, $1,200 for both, only $300 cash. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. 4926 South 24th St Phone. South 1247 Miscellaneous. ACREAGE PROPERTY. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. Offers the Following ACREAGE PROPERTY. 2Vi acres on oar line Just outside city lim its, l-room house, good cistern. 60 fruit trees and fins well that cost $260. Price $2,000; part caah. i acres at end of city oar lino, 7-room mod ern h'uae with full cement basement and tornado cellar. Green bouse, 20x160. Good barn for 8 head of stock. Chicken houses and abed, price $6,000; easy terms. 24 acres, Juet over line In Sarpy oounty. away fror the high taxes. Rich, level land, first broken In 1916. Rslsed 4 crops of. alfalfa, $6,000. Terms can be arranged. ft acres, one blck from ear Una near 4$d and Q Sts.. I room house; barn for 4 h-tad of stock; vblcken houses. Good well and enougb fruli for family use. Price 600, Terms to suit purchaser. 10 ares on Benson car line. Price and terms to bp agreed upon snd made satisfactory. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., 4926 South 24tb St. Phono South 1247. ONE AND ONE-HALF acres on Fort Crook car line. New 6 -room house with full cement basement New barn, 14x16, for 12 head of stock and other good out build ings. Fenced for chickens. Good well. ' Price, $2,660. Part cash. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,' INC., 4926 8. 24th St. Phone South 1241 OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS. REAL ESTATE To Exchange FOR SALE OR TRADE. . Will trade a modern frame business building in center of the shopping district on the South Side for Nebraska land. The a tor on the first floor rents for $26 and the flat upstair for $16 monthly. Valua tion In trade, $4,600. No boot money paid. Particulars only at our office and no Information given through phono. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., 4926 South 24tb St. Phone South 1247. WANTED To trade for Omaha property. 14 acres of land 7 miles jat of Spokane, atate of Wash., 2 -room cottage, 2 big barns, chicken bouse, new, solid well snd windmill, with never falling water; good teem, 2 wagons, plows, barrows, fetid cutter, cultivator, all tools; well suited for dairy or poultry farm; no stumps or rocks; all In cultivation; unenvumlierfd. It can be rented out every year. Worth $6.000. AddreaF. Schmidt. 110 N. I3th St. FOR SALE or exchange, my equity In acre age one mile from Denver, Colo. Auto mobile or anything of value. Phone Har ney 6086. WE have some good bomes and iisntal prop erties for Nrb. or lows land. Fid ward F. Williams Co.. Omaha Nat. Rsnk Bldg 8 ROOMS, modern, located west, to ex change for cottage or bungalow. Phone Walnut 2270. FOR EXCHANGE Three flats, $50,000; rental $7,000. Beach, 315 Ridge Bldg., KansasCjty,Mo. 11,,,, FARM AND RANCH LANDS Florida Lands. RAISE ALFALFA IN FLORIDA (Natal Hay) this winter. First cutting, $0 daya; $50 to $90 annually on $60 land. Sib Paxton Blk., Walnut 2667 (evenings). uwt Lands. SNAP, 226 ai;res, well Improved level bot tom land in center Of valley; 50 miles south Sioux City; H mile railroad; 3 miles town: corn, winter wheat and al falfa, all under cultivation. Well rented for this year. Price, subject to leas). $100; e- - terms. Act Quick. Kelly & Freeland. Onawa, la. 40 A. FRUlf" and"truck farm, $1,000 cashT balance suit buyer, also stock and ma chlnnry. Box 2016, Bee. Michigan Land. FOR SALE CLOVER-LAND FARMS. Gralna thrive. Drouth, ball unknown. Root crops, dairying, grating. Ideal. Fine roads, msrket; 142 growing days. Aver age killing frost October 2. Terms easy. George RowelL Jr., 23 Bacon iBlk., Mar quette, Mich. v Mi 'so an Lands. SMaLL MO, Farm fiu cash and $6 month ly; no Interest or taxes; highly productive land; close to S big markets. Write for photograpna and full Information. Munger. A-UI N Y Liff Hldg . KnnM City. Mo GREAT bargains, $5 down; $5 monthly, buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land near town, southern Missouri. Price only $200. Address Box 808. Excelsior Springs, Mo. Nebraska Lands. TH; FEBRUARY SCORE, of Paid Classified compsred with 1916 THE BEE gained 8S67 lines THE NEWS gained 770 Hoes THE WORLD HERALD LOST... ,..14 lines Figure compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an Independent audit bureau. WE FARM the farm we aell you. THE HUNGERFORD POTATO GROWERS' ASSN., Co-operative Potato Fanning, 16th and Howard Sts., opposite Auditorium. WET land made dry enough for crops or no pay, la our way of draining land. No tract too large or too wet Guarantee nrslnsae Co.. Oakland. Nab. FOR SALE Unlmprovsd quarter, near Lodge Pole; -lear; terms. W. S. Craig, Kearney, Neb. Texab Lands. GOING FAST. . Our corn and alfalfa lanl In the Trinity River Valley, East Texas, I- fast being bought up ' Iov. South Dakota and Nebraska farmers at $26 per acre. That Is our price and It will produce equal to the best land I t Nebraska. Our next excursion Is 20. We want you with us. Are u gam 7 For complete Information as t the country, climate and cost of trip. Call or write. W. S. FRANK,1 201 Neville Block. Omaha. Neb. Utah Lands. FREE HOMESTEADS. S20 acres. Locate now. Snow going fast. Homseekers' excursions first and third Tuesday. Low rates. Free circular. Home steaders' Guide. Salt Lake City, Dtah; AUTOMOBILES HERE IS AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN IN A GOOD AUTOMOBILE. My private touring car, fully equipped. In good condition, will be sold at a big sacrifice. The car Is a 1916 slx-cyltnder, 60 -horse power, t-passenger Mitchell. Only a cash proposition will be entectalned. Call Harney 10 for full particulars, Dr. Find ley. THE FEBRUARY SCORE, of Paid Classified compared with 1916 THE BEB gained 8967 line THE NEWS gained 770 lines THE WORLD HERALD LOST 14 lines Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy,. an Independent audit bureau. AUTO CLEAKING HOUSE 2209 Farnam St Douglas $810. 1914 Hupmobil "32' $300 1916 Saxon $50 1916 Overland Touring 276 1P14 Chalmers "6" Sacrifice IX-CYLINDER, seven-passenger touring cur In excellent condition throughout Will trade for good vacant lot. Address Auto mobile, 603 B. 13th St., Omaha, or tele phone Harney 8315 after fl. FOR sale, cheap for cash, late model flve- pnesenger car. Will take rord in part payment Call after 6 p. m. " 1426 8. Sixteenth St. 6-PAUSENOER 46 H. P. Viele Touring car. thoroughly overhauled and repainted, to exchange for quarter section in Banner or Kimball county, Nebraska, land. Call evenings Tyler 1835. Fred Melots. FOR SALE Fine looking electric car, good condition. For particulars call Harney 5292, between 10 a. m. to 12 o'clock. 1 WHITE touring car, fine condition. Federal 1-ton truck, good condition. NEBRASKA WHITE CO., 2417 Farnam. 2 IN 1 VUL. CO., 1616 Davenport St. 60 Per Cent Savfd on Terfr Tire Expense WE will trade you a new Ford for your old one. INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.. 20th and Harney. Douglas 6261. O W. FRANCIS AUTO CO. .Used Car Dept 2216-18 Farnam St Douglas 868. Almost any make at reasonable prices. AUTOMOBILE taken as first payment on a modern cottage with heat Box 1966, Bee. UUHTSCHY "Kan-Fix-It." Southeast cor new 20th and Harney Sts. Douglas 2562 CASH FOR YUUK UHED CARS. AUTO EXCHANGE, 21tl7 FA R N AM. D. 35 TELL A B1NKLEV. auto repairing; expert mechanics. 281X Harney 8t D. 1640. Wanted. HIGHEST cash price for your used car, CROSS'iOWN ;mage, 216 S. 24tb St WILL exchange my 6-acre unimproved Florida orange land, near Palm Beach, for automobile. Box Y 902, Bee. Auto Livery and Ga rages. EXPERT auto x repairing, "service car al ways ready." Omab Oarage, 2010 Har ney St Tyler (66. Auto Repairing and Painting. $100 reward for magneto ws can't repair. Colls repaired. Baysdorfer. 81 1) N. lKth. NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Servlco, and Motorcycles and Bicycles 1 A RLE Y -DAVIDSON MOTuRCYCLES Bar. gains In used machine. Victor Roos. "Tb MnroffvriB Man 7i ravnwono PERSONAL ETTA STURUESS massage, electrij Turk ish baths, manicuring, facial and scalp treatments. 1606 Harney. Open evenings and Sunday, PERSONAL 'UK Salvation Army industrial Hume so licit your old clothing, furniture, mags lines. We coll-rt. W distribute. Pbune Doug. 4126 and our wsgon will call. Call and Inspect our new home, 1U0-111$-1114 Podge St. WANTED To take care of infunt or small child; good home and best of care. Box 1HS7 Bee. MISS EDNA, sclentlfio massage; 226 Ns vllle Blk. Open evenings and Sundays, LUEI.I.A WEBSTER, masaage-snd' manl curing. 616 Paxton blk. Red 400. MAE bRUOMAN. scientific masseuese and baths. 802 Kar bach hlk. Red till. ALL Krlgnt Private Maternity Home, 8011 Miami St ..I)-t ISO. SCIENTIFIC niu ig. 6X0 Bus Bldg. PbODS Douglas 6372. atm-urlntt and mass. 1:3 Farnam. Hm. 19 m im;' i.i t.i.v. iiNtti i laaj- Kanism m" Wanted Cars of cblldrtm, '.'hone Web. 2736. HorsesLive Stock- Vehicles FOliSALE 16 inlTch cows at Arfhigton. Nt-b. Will not sfcll less than 10 or more. Inquire of F. C. Bliss, Room 264 Ex change Bldg.. South Omaha. FOR SALE Delivery tuam, harness and wagon. 142S W, Broadway. Phone 1946. Council Bluffs. SEVERAL choice gilts bred for April far row. $35 to $46. Wslnut 1649. 43d and Urover. 2 LIGHT delivery rigs, cheap tt taken at once. Marks Bros., 2208 Military Ave. Walnut 2118. FOR SALE Abnrdeen Angus bulls and Shot- land ponies. Karl Kimball, Stan berry. Mo. TEAM, wagon and harness and good Job. Joiifls Stnlile. 1114 Donge. nouglas 17. POULTRY AND PET STOCK BUFF ORPINUTON fgKS from prise win- ntTB, for hatching, 11.50 for 15. Prepaid Nebraska and Iowa. Strieker, 41st and Charles, Omaha. EUUS for hatching, Buff Orpingtons, Rhode Islands; popular prices. R. L. MoCul lough. Bellevue. Phone evenings, Belle vuo 73. SALE or trade, two large Chinese Muscovy ilrakcs. Extra fine. Walnut 619. BUFF ORPINGTON eggs. $1 a setting; fine stock; winter layers. Itea 6300. WHITE Rock eggs for Bflle, Benson 6004 ticreenlngs 61.60 H'0. A.W.Wsgner $01 N. 16th FARM LAND WANTED RANCHES, Farm Lands, bought, sold, ex changed. S. S. and R. E. Montgomery. MONEY TO LOAN LOOK! LEGAL RATE LOANS LOOK1 $ 60.00 costs you $ 8.26 for six months. 102.00 costs you 20.27 for one year.. 156.00 costs you 21.20 for one year. 204.00 costs you 40.80 for on year, 200.90 costs you 60.00 for on year. Other amounts in proportion. EASY PAYMENTS. UTMOST PRIVACY. OMAHA LOAN COMPANY, 340 Paxton Block. Tel. Doug. 2195. FURNITURE, pianos, and notes as security. $40 fl-mo. H. good.;, ;ota) cost $3-60 140 " 'Indorsed notes, total cost, $2.60. Smaller, larger am'ts, proportional rat. PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY. Organised by Omaba Business Men. 482 Rose Bldg., 16tb ai.d Farnam. Tv- 666 2U net on IMa OrnRS. 41ft N Hth R CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. Wheat Opens Higher, but Prior Are of Nervous and Shifting: Character. Chicago, March 10. Notwithstanding that the wheat market averaged higher today, peace rumors gave Quotations a downward sweep in the last hour. Closing quotations were unsettled, ranging from 1 , a net lower to c advance, with May at 11.80 to $1.86 and July at $1.66. Corn lost He to He and oats c to Ho. Provi sions wound up with gains of 12c to 20o. Moderate advance from numerous set backs were brought about In wheat prices as a result of President Wilson's orders for the arming of American merchant ships. Reports -that the British government was negotiating for the purchase of the entire Canadian crop of 1017 tended also for awhile to give considerable advantage to the bulls and so, likewise, did severe dust storms in Kansas. The market, however, seemed from the outset to have an over bought appearance and It was a noticeable circumstance that offerings were plentiful ail bulges, nevertheless, sellers seemed on the whole to be In a minority until near the end or the session, when gossip began to circulate that Germany was making a fresh attempt at a separate peace with Russia. Assertions that the price that Great Brit ain was offering for the Canadian wheat yield of 1917 was only $1.30 a bushel ex erted an additional bearish Influence during the late dealings, on the other hand an nouncement that one railroad to the sea board from Chicago had lifted the embargo on export shipments of grain helped some what to check selling as the day came to an end, Corn swayed with wheat, advancing early and sagging later. On the upturn the market touched a new high record price, $1.10 for May delivery. Oats were guided entirely by the action of other grain. Relatively high prices which the British government fixed for lard at Liverpool did a good deal to tighten the provision market here. Besides, record top quotations on hogs continued to rule at tbe Chicago yards. Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: Nos. I and 8 red nd Nos. 2 and t hard, nominal. Corn; No. 2 yellow, nominal; No. 2 yellow, $1.09 01.1OH; No. 4 yellow, $1.0801.09. Oats: No. 3 white. 6061c; standard, 6061c. Rye: Nominal. Barley: $1.0301.32. Seeds: Timothy, $4.6005.20; Clover, $12.00018.00. Provisions: Fork, $33,36; lard, $10.02; ribs, $17.OO017.O2H. Butter Unchanged. Eggs Lower; receipts, 10,160 cases; firsts, 26c ; ordinary firsts, 26 26 Ho; at mark, cshcs Included, 26 0 26c. Potatoes Lower; receipts, 35 cars; Colo rado, Washington, Idaho and Oregon white, $2.2602.40; Wisconsin and Michigan white, $2.2002.36. Poultry Alive, unchanged. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. Cattle Steady, Hogs Unsettled and Sheep Steady. Chicago, March 10. Cattle Receipts, 600 bead; market steady; native beef cattle, $8.60 012.60; stockers and feeders, $6,600 9.60: cows and heifers, $5.60010.60; calves, $9.60013.60. Hogs Receipts. 11,000 head; market un settled, 6c above yesterday's average; bulk of sales, $14.80016.00; light, $14.30014.95; ml ed, $14.65016.06; heavy. $14.60016.10; rough, $14.60014.66; pigs. $11.40012.75. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,000 head; market steady; wethers, $11.00012.40; ewes, $8.66012.16; lnmbs, $12.40015.05, Sioux City Live Stock Market. Sioux City. Ia March 10. Cattle Re ceipts, 900 her. ; merkit steady; bcrf steers, $10.26011.76; butchers, $8.00010.00; fat cows and helferc, $6.7609.60; canners, $4.60 06.50; stockers and feeder-, $7.00 09.50; calves, $7.0009.60, bulls, stags, etc, JH.500 9.00; feeding cow and h. iters, $6.2608.25. Hogs Receipts,, 9,t00 head; market 10c higher; light, ;i4. 10014.26; mixed, $14,300 14.50; heavy, $14 14.60; pigs, $11,000 12.00; bulk of so es, $14.25014 60. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 20) head; market steady; yearlings, $12.00013.00; wethers, $11.00012.00; ves, tlO.25011.26; lambs, $13.25014.26. St Louis Live Stock Market. St Louis, March 10. Cattle Receipts, 300 head; market steady; native beef stettrs, $7.60011.50; yearling steers and heifers, $8.60011.60; cows, $5.50010.00; stockers and feeders, $5.6009.60; prime southern beef steera, $4.2609.00; beef cows and heifers, $4.2509.0!; prime yearling steers and heif ers, $7.60010.00; native calvea, $6.00012.00. Hogs Receipts, 9,500 head; market strong; lights, $14.66014.95; pigs, $10,500 13.76; mixed and butchers, $14.70016.16; good heavy, $16.05 16.16; bulk of sales, 114.75016.06. Sheep and Lambs No receipts; market steady. St. Joseph Live Stock Market. St. Joseph. Mo,. March 10. Cattle Re ceipts. 100 head; market steady; steers. $h. 00011. 75: cows and heifers, $6.76010.76: calves, $7.00010.50. Hogs Receipts, 2,800 head : market steody and 601(e higher; top, $15.60; bulk of sales, $14.70014.96. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, none; mar ket steady; lambs, $14.00014.76; ewes, $11.00011.86. Live Stock U Sight. Cattle. Hogs. Shet-p. Chicago 600 11,000 6.000 Kansas City 700 600 100 Omaha i 200 9.60O 700 Htoux City 900 9.000 300 St Louis 300 9,500 Totals 2,700 34,500 6,100 Educational Notes ' ha (Iron Normal, Miss Ethl Hembry did her practice teach ing for the rural school credit In Whitney last week. The first grammar department has started on Its spring study of birds. Much Interest Is being shown. Sheep owned by A. M. Bartlett were judged on Monday afternoon by ths clsss In animal husbandry. The Fifth grade, under the direction of Miss Ruth Sweeney, Is studying recent In ventions as a part of its history work, Ths class In agriculture has taken up a study of the beef breed of cattle, follow ing a study of tho draft type of horses, Roy Hoffland of Ant loch, addressed the current history class Tuesday morning on potash Industry In ths southern part of Sheridan county. The domestic science department had a cake aale on Thursday of Isst weekthe nroceeds to so to the denartment for the purchaso 'of silverware, A double quintet, chosen from ths Seventh and Eighth grades, sang a Nebraska song at the recent celebration of the sn ml cen tennial of the statehood of Nebraska. Last Saturday night the normal basket ball teams won two more games from the Crswford teams. The boys' score was 19 to 16, while the girls score was 18 to S. The Young Women's Christian associa tion had a very splendid meeting Thurs day. Miss Ethel Delsnd wns ths leatler. tak ing for her subject, "The meaning of Prayer." She presented and Illustrated her talk by Van Dyke's, "The Lost Word." The art department of the Woman's club met at he normal building Monday night. hen Miss Drlscoll gave a talk about the pictures In the different rooms of the public schools and of the normal. It was found that each room In both schools possesses at least two fine pictures, an unusual num ber for towna of even greater else than Chsdron. The Seventh grade reading class, under the direction of Miss Marielln, completed a study of "Evangeline" Isst week. After a review of characters Monday the clsss enjoyed seeing pictures of all mam parts of the story thrown upon the screen. The normal has several sets of slides, which add Interest to the different studies. The Eighth grade was Invited to tes the pic tures at the same time. Hasting College. A student rerltsl was given at ths con servatory Friday afternoon of Isst week open to members of tho conservatory. Prof. Unruh has sot the new college song muslo snd has had the college folks practicing the song the last few weeks. The debating teams and the basket bat) teams were last Saturday given a dinner at he college dining hall. Miss Bryant acting as hostess. Mrs. C. F. Morey of our city gave a splen did stereoptlcon lecture to tho members of the Quill, using slides emphasising the work of Rsphael. The endowment campaign continues of In terest. The fund is growing; constnntly and friends are continuing their Interest In the campaign. Dr. Farmer preached at Hansen and AX' tell, respectively, the last two Sabbaths and Dr. Krauer occupied the pulpit at Hoiarege last Sunday. The choral society began Its practice for the May festival Inst Sunday. This is under the direction of Prof, unrun ot tno couege conservatory. So far the collcie alee club Is booked to appear at Edgar, Keneaaw, Midden, Sutton, Grand island, St. 1'aui, ioup city, uiooon and Wood River. The college museum has recently been en riched by a fine pair of birds' from Rev. Ford of Western Africa, and a unincse pheasant recently secured near Doniphan. Dr. McQarrah. who has been giving a series ot lectures and holding conferences In the city on church efficiency, spoke to the students at the college chapel last Friday, At a meeting of the . board of trustees. held at Hastings last Tuesday, two vacan cies were filled by the selection of Archie D. Marvel and Dr. E. C. Foots, George H. Pratt was elected president of the board, and A. H. Jones, vice president. Nebraska Central College. Prof. H. A. Foreman spent Sunday with relatives In Lincoln. The churches of Central City are united In an evangelistic campaign under the leadership of James Rayburn. Prof. Coppock went to Allen -Friday and will have charge of the services at the Friends" church, near there, Sunday. Rev. O. O. lnman, advance man of the Rayburn evangelistic party, addressed the students at chapel last Tuesday, The sub ject was "The Eyes of ths Heart." Our basket ball season closed Thursday night with a game between the Co tno r college girls' team and the local team. The score was 26 to 13 In favor of Nebraska Central college. By winning this game the girls are entitled to the state champlon- hfp. The game at Cotner waa a tie. uoacn Miller of Cotner was referee. At the regular meeting of the Young Men's Christian association last Thursday officers for next year were elected as fol lows: President, Leroy waggoner; vice president, Edwin Hanson; secretary, Ma rlon Marsh; treasurer, Gerald Wood. At LIVE STOCK-MARKET Cattle Strong: to Higher for the Week Sheep Strong and Lambs Fifty Up . HOGS DOLLAR FIFTEEN UP Omaha, March 10, 1917. Reoslpt were! Cattle, Hogs. Sheep. Official Mond.y 6,208 6,Bf.6 Official Tuesday $,461 13,140 13.370 7.366 9,794 9,600 Official Wednesday , 6,896 3,090 1,701 200 Official Thursday Official Friday .... Estimate Saturday . Six days this week. . ..23,666 69,126 Same days last weeK. . zs.swu i,d( .Same days 2 wks. ago.27,071 86,131 Same days 8 wks. ago, 3 6,353 104,206 Hame days 4 wks. ago.24,924 132,663 Same days last year.. 81,172 66,026 Cattle Receipts of cattle this week have been the smallest for a number of weeks back, and the total for the ten daya of the month Is also smaller than a year ago, although being slightly larger than for the corresponding period In 1915. The market from a sellers' standpoint has been very satisfactory. The demand during the early part of the week waa very brisk in the fane of moderate receipts, and prices advanced steadily during the latter part of the week. but still at the close of tne week iney are around 26035c higher than they were a week ago. Cows and neiiers nave Deen in aoou u- mand and have been gradually sirenginen- . Ing up. They are safely 100 160 higher f or the week, and the highest that they have i been any time thus far. I Stockers and feeders have sold very well : for this season of the rear, but they were ; already high to begin with, and have not; shown ao much change. They have, how ever, been strong all the week, so that the market Is in a very good, neaitny oonauion. Quotations on cattle: Good to choice beeves, $11.00011.76; fair to good beeves, $10.00011.00; common to fair beeves, $9.00 10.00; good to choice heifers, $8.60010.25; good to choice oows, $8.6(,09.76; fair to good cows, $7.6008.60; common to fair cows, $6.6007.60; prime feeding steers, $9.26010.16; good to choice feeders, $8,760 9.26; fair to good feeders, $8.0008.76; com mon to fair feeders, 16.7608. CO; good to choice stockers, $8.0009.00; stock heifers, $7.2609.00; stock cows, $6.0008.50; stock cslves, $8.00010.00; veal calves, $9,000 11.76; beef bulls, stags, etc., $8.0009.60; bologna bulls, $6.0008.00. Hogs For the closing day of tbe week receipts ot hogs were pretty decent, arrivals footing up 120 cars, or 9,600 head. The six days' total Is the smallest of the jear to date. The week's receipts amount to 69,136, as compared with 07,957 last week. 86.131 two weeks ago and 66,026 a year ago. The market was an uneven and somewhat draggy affair today. Shipping outlet did not show much breadth, though outsiders took a few hogs on early rounds that looked as much as 100160 higher. The killer market opened 10016c higher, and for a while was fairly actlvo at the ad vance, some sales looking as much as 20c higher. One or two of the big packers were holding back, however, and before the close hey succeeded in wealit-nlii!: the marliet. rlntdn.'t rounds b.itifi vnry n'.uv) al prices that wej'u a aiiiido to 6u lower thun this meeting the tny also chose the Msy i,uecn who Is to preside at the May day exorcises. Miss Resale Marsh was selected for this honor, Doan College. President Allen entertained the faculty and the gospel team from Boston at dinner Friday night. D. R. Arnold, '10, Beatrice: R. W. Kret slnger, '14, Holdrege, and George C. Hnow, 'O0, Chadron, were campus visitors during tho week. Mrs. F. A. Csstle of Ashhy snd Mrs. C. C. Vennum of Stratton visited Ihelr children, Jennings Castle, and Ruby Vennum ot the freshman clans over Sunday. To E. W. Marcellus, former superintendent of Crte schools, and Mrs. Murci'llua, who received her bachelor of art from Doane last June, has been born a boy, Man-h 4. Mr. and Mrs. Marcellua live In Kvanaton. 1H. where he la principal of the Northwestern academy. Last week was observed as the week of prayer for Doane, Tuesday evening and Wednesday at chapel, Rmv. W. W. Bolt of Plymouth Congregational church, Lincoln, addressed the students. Thursday at chapel President W. O. Allen conducted the ex ercises. Thursday evening Rev. Frank M. Sheldon. T-rretary of the Congregational Educational society of Boston, gsve ths ad dress. Friday, the special day of prayer, was taken up with faculty and class prayer, while lr. H. Atkinson, secretary of social service of Boston and H. Brewer Eddy of the A. B. C. F. M. look charge of the chapel hour at 10 o'clock and the evening meeting. Meetings were held Saturday evening and Sunday morning at the Congregational church. Cotner I'nlverslty, j The new university catalogues are off the press. Miss Ada McKlnney spent the week-end at her home near Auburn. The girls' bssket ball team defeated the Cortland girls Friday evening, $8 to I. Friday evening the Cotner basket ball quintet defeated the Hastings team, 30 to 13. Ernest Molloy, '14, of Howard Lake, Minn., : was greeting friends In the university Tues day morning. Frank Broke w, '16, and Joe Roeves, '18. Instructors in the high school at Douglas, spent the week-end In Bethany. Miss Vsra Treaster, formerly a student In the commercial department, was married to Raymond Oergens of Ilumbodlt, Neb., i Wednesday evening. A Longfellow program was given at chapel Wednesday. Mrs. Luce gava a talk on the life and works of the poet, Inter spersed with Longfellow's verses In song. Hnnrlotta Malnard sang Plnsutl's arrange ment of 'The Arrow and the Sr-ng." Nellie Christy sang "The Day la Done." "Be wara" was a pretty duet rendered by Ada McKlnney and Alice Townley. A selection from "Th Hong of Hiawatha" was given by Mildred Murray. Bellevue College, Prof. Edwin Leon Puts, head of the ex pression department of the college. Is work ing hard on the academy play, "All-of-a-Sudden Peggy." which will be produced In about a month. Miss Rachel Jordan won the gold medal donated by Prof. Albert Snare, principal of the acatlemy. In the Snare declamatory con test held last Friday evening In the First Presbyterian church. The freshman class will take charge of the April Issue of the Purple and Gold, the college student publication. At a meeting held last wck Karl Barnstad was elected editor and Harold Dunlap, manager, Lester Stewart snd Dean Fahs, manager and edftir of the Junior annual, ths Indian, have made considerable progress toward getting t!.e bonk ready for publication. They promise one of the best annuals ever Issued at Bellevue, with many original features. Prof. Edwin Leon Puis, head of the ex pression department, Is laying plans for the annual outdoor play at commencement time. He Is considering several plays, one of which ' "The Romancers,' by Edmond Rostand. The annual debate with Cotner and Doane next Frldny evening will close the debate season. The Bellevue affirmative team de bates Cotner at Bellevue and the Bellevue negative team will debate Doane at Crete. The question la, "Resolved, That the United States should abandon the Monroe doctrine." Nebraska, Wesleyan. Dr. Emmal Holmes of Omaha delivered three lectures to the girls during the latter part of he week. Miss Louise Ks:inedy, asslstsnt registrar, was forced to submit to an operation at a local hospital this week. The state convention of the Young Men's Christian association will be held In Uni versity Place on March -16 and 17, At the convocation hour Friday morning the students were Instructed and enter tained by a fine set of motion pictures from the Canadian Rockies. Thore will be a regular meeting of the board of trustoes Thi.rsday, March 16. One of the Items of business Is ths completion of plans for the niw Teachers' oollego build ing. The Summer School Bulletin Is off thn press and Is being distributed over the statu, About half of the regular faculty will ron In for the summer and a number of advac ed coj;; j will be offered, There Is continued progress In the selling of tick s for the Pan-Wesleyan banquet, the proceeds of which by student vote go to Belgian relief, 'Thu senior class Is lead ing thus far In the total number of tickets sold. early, or not over 6010c higher than yes terday. Bulk of tho offerings sold at the 10015c advance, the prices averaging about that much higher than yesterday. All classes of hogs sold at the highest levels evsr rec orded, bulk bringing $14.40014.60, with only scattering sales under this, Quit a sprinkling of the good heaviest sold to $14.66, and several loads made $14.70, 16c higher than was ever before psld on this market. During the last week prices have made one of the most phenomenal upturns In the history of ths market and today's quota tions are $1.16 higher than last Saturday. Most of this was scored the first half of the week, when, with compartlvely moderate supplies, broad packlh,; and shipping outlet and a soaring provision market values av eraged 28o higher Monday, 40o higher Tuesday and 3lo higher Wednesday, Thurs day's slump was more than regained the following day, Friday being high day of the week up to today, when all yard reo ords were broken. Representative sales: No. Av. Bh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr. 100.178 ... 14 30 92. .166 80 14 26 30. .201 ... 14 80 93. .184 ... 14 36 21. .174 ... 14 40 89. .201 46 14 45 91. .212 ... 14 60 H3..224 ... 14 66 78. .230 ... 14 60 66. .275 80 14 66 64. .298 ... 14 70 Sheep With the exception of yesterday's mean close, the lamb market was In very satisfactory shape all week. The first three, days of the week showed sharp advanoes, demand having recovered from last week's dullness and receipts being moderate. At the high time Wednesday prlcss were as much as 6O076o abov the close of last week, bulk of the offerings moving at $14.25 014.76. Had any choice light Mexicans been on sals that day they would doubt less have reached $14.90, and possible $16,00. Thursday receipts were1 heavier, but the market, while anything out active, waa mostly steady to In no case more than 100 16c lower. Early In the week old sheep were In good request and up to Thursday had ad vanced anyway 26c. Fair to good weighty ewes were selling up to $11.00011.60, and light ones equalled the season's top of $11.60. At ths high time choice light Mexi can ewes were nominally quotable to $11.76, and some traders thought they might have brought $12.00. At the close of the week supplies were light, but the demand waa off, and the few that ahowed up Friday did not look much, If any, higher than a week ago. A good kind of western ewes was stop ped at $11.36 Friday, but choice light Mexi cans are still being quoted as high as $11.75 by most traders, Yearlings are something of a problem, but are probably unchanged for the week. A good kind of medium weight westerns Is selling around $12,600 12.76, and while no light Mexlcana have been here, they ought to bring $13.26. Twelve dollars to $12.26 Is buying good wethers, and a few have reached $12.86, Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs, Mgnt and handy, $14.25014.80; lambs, heavy, $18.76014.40; lambs,-clipped, $11.60 012.60; lambs, feeders, $13.26014.26; year lings, good to choice, $12.40013.25; yuar llngs, fair to good, $11.60012.36; wsthers, fair to choice, $10.60012.36; ewes, good to choice, $11.00011.60; awes, fair to good, $10.00011.00; ewes, plain to culls, $7,000 9.60. Ml. Louis Grain Market. St. Louis, March 10. Wheat No. I red. $2.0ll$2.1ll; No. I hard, 11.97 1 12.04; May, $1.86: July, 11.631,. Corn No. 2, 11.11; No. 3 white. 11.104 i.i Hi: :. H Ms. M.i .. - t.:,,L:; No. - v,'.ilte nominal; May, t'J 'i, u0 GRAIN ANDJPRODUGE Com Reaches New High Mark Wheat and Oats Are Bather Slow. RECEIPTS SHOW BIO GAIN Omaha, March. 10, HI". The r.i'eipts ot whsat and corn showed t soud Incroas. today, but ths oats run con llnu.d very light. Th, local trada to con was quit, active, with prices ranging (ron He lower to lo hlghsr, while the wheat and oats market was rather slow, whea prices being quoted from lMjC to .0 lower while the oat. msrket sold about o off The demand, however, was very good, anl hsd the market been mor. .teady the sam ples would probably have been disposed ol before tbe close, but as It was . goodly number of. wheat and oata aamples were held over, while corn sold quite readily at the prevailing market prlcea. The demand for Boring wheat was excellent and one car of No. i spring sold at M.00, the market on this variety being practically unchanged. White corn sold at ths top of today', market, the commercial grades of this va. rlely being quoted at ll.olMj CLIiSV,, whilo the yellow sold at f l.O.Uj 01.04, and the mixed variety brought from $1.04 to fl.04?,. The best price paid for oata today was tOMjo on No. S white, but the market gen erally was quoted c off, with No. t whits selling at tc and No. 4 white at UAc. Itye and barley were extremely quiet on account of light receipts, snd these market, were quoted nominally unchanged. Clearaucea w, whs nd flour equal to 46S.O0O huih.ta; corn, 33700 bushels; oats, 4H4.000 bushels. Primary wheat receipts were ,3,,000 bush els, and shlpmett- 614.000 bushelo against receipts of 1,01.1,000 bushels, and shipments of ong.ooo bushels last year. 1'rtmary corn rue :rts were 129,000 buabels. and shipment. ,117,000 bushels against re ceipts of ,70,000 buthelr. ai . chl. .lent of 4H1.000 but ,1s laat year. Primary oats slpts wer. T4Z.000 bueh- ols, anu ahlpmsnta 802.000 bushels ac.lnat receipts or ,71.000 busl.:r. and eb.tpra.nts of 1,017,000 bushels laet year. CARLOT RKCRIPTS. Whea. Uoin. Oata Chicago 41 J, 174 Minneapolis !B7 Uululh 6 ... Omsha 64 41 10, 21 J (I Kansas City 114 Ht. Louis Ill Wlnnlp.g 400 These ssles were .reported tojay: Wheat No. I hard winter: I ( ts. f l.,6; 5 cars, 11.06. No. t hard winter: i oars, Il.t4m 1 csr, 1.(S; I r. 11.01 H. No. 4 hsrd wlntsr: 1 c r, ...14; 1 oar, 11.91. No 1 spring: 1 oar, ;i.03. Barley No. 4: 1 car, 11.1); 1 oar, 11.0,. Corn No. 1 white: 1 cars, 11 0SH. No. 1 whits: 1 oars, 11.01; 1 oar, 11.04V,. No 1 while: 1 oar, $1.04. No. 1 yellow; 1 ears, H OIK. No. 1 yellow: 1 car, 11.041 i cars, $1,044; $ cars, $1.04. No, 4 y How: 1 car, 11.04; 1 car, 11. 0J No. I mixed: 4 oars, $1.04Uj; 1 cara, 1.0(14. No. I nixed: 1 oar (near while) 91.04K: 9 cars, 11.044; 6 car,, 11.0414; n.rs, $1.04. No. mixed: 9 oar,, 11.04 Oata No. 1 whits: 1 car. tOtto. No. t whits: 1 cars. 6Ho. No. 4 white: 1 or, 60Ho; t oar, 6,c. Sample whlt.t 1 car (shipper's weights) 6,Uic; .'car. (lo; 1 csr, $tl,c. Omsha Cash Prices Whsat: No, S hard. il.dUjtyl.lO; No. I hard, 11.0HJ1.04H: No. 4 hard, $1.141.10; No. 1 spring, 11 14 (tJ.OO; No. 9 spring, $l.ltjl.ls. Corn: No. 1 whits, 11.06HP1.06; No. 1 white, 11 04V. 9 1.06; No. 4 white. 11.03 cel. 04; No. I white, II. 01(401.01; No. white, $1.0114 t)1.03Uj; No. 1 yellow, 11.044 01.04 ; No. 1 yellow, II. 041, 1.04; No. 4 yellow, I. 011401.04; No. t yellow, 11.011401.01; No. yellow, $1.0101.011,; No. 1 mixed, II. 04HU1.0114; No. 1 mixed, I1.01O1.04V,; No. 4 mixed, $1.0$ V, 0 104; No. 6 mixed, 11.0314 01.01; No. mixed, $1.0101. Oil,, Oats: No. 1 white, !O06OUjo! atandard, HVj tttlOc; No. 1 white, 6014 06, V,o; No. white, 606(Ke. Barley: Malting, $1,140 I. 20; No. 1 feed, $1.01010,. Bye: No. 1, II. 6201.63; No. I, 11.1101.61. Local rang, ot options: Art. I Open. High. Low. Close. lYeel. Wnt I i i Msy 1 16141 1 lll!S!i 1 1S,1I4H July 1 6214 1 111, 162 1 6 J 14 16114. Sept. 1 40 1 4.V.l401, 1 401140 Corn. I I Msy 1 09 1 09 104 1 0410I14 July 1 041,1 1 0(14 10414, 1 0414 11041, Sept. 10$ j 1 01 101 1 01 101 fiais. i i May 6, Hi 9,141 ll 6 11 July 62 91 ll 13 14 Chicago closing prloss, furnished fTh. Bee by Logan ft Bryan, stock and grain brokers, 816 Bnuth Sixteenth street, Omaha! Art. Open. HlghTf Low. Close. Tesj Wht. 1 May 19, 1 l,H 197 1 91 U7 July 1 6714 1 68 160 1 10 190 Sep. 1 49 1 47 14614 1 46 149 Corn. May 1 10 1 10 109 1 91 109 July 10, 1 00 107 1 07 109 Sep. 107 109 109 1 07 107 Oats. May ! 90 91 99 t(M July 17 97 11 ! 91 Pork. May 11 10 11 90 39 II 91 91 99 11 July 91 90 99 90 II 90 91 97 31 47 Lard. Msy II (2 II II II 12 19 17 11 11 July II 16 II 10 11 16 II 11 II 17 Bibs. May 17 41 17 70 17 46 17 II 17 It July 17 71 17 71 17 10 17 90 17 41 Kansas Clly Llv. Stock Market. . Kansas City. March 10. Cattle Receipt,, ' 700 head; market steady; prims fed steers, 111. 60012.00; dreesed beet steen, $,.369 11.36; wsstern steers, $8.90011.60; cows. $6.60010-00; heifers, $9.00011.60; atocker, and feeders. 17.60410.01);. bulls. $7.00 01.1$; calvee. 17. 00O11.60, Hogs Rscelpts, 900 head; market higher; hulk of sales, 114.7OtJ16.0O; heavy. $14.96016.06; packers and butchers, $14.80 O16.00; light, $14.60014.10; pigs, $11,600 13.60. Shoep and Lambs Receipts, 100 head: market steady: lambs, lll.00O14.86; year llnge, $13.00011.76; wethers, 111.10OU.60; ewes, $10.76011.16. r I AMUSEMENTS. Devoted to BRILLIANT MUSICAL BURLESQUE TWICE DAILY WEEK Mat Todaj Final Psrlonwaoca Friday Nlta Purposely Booked for MERCHANTS' MARKET WEEK Ths Season's Suprsmt Laugh Carnival S ROWERY E URLESQUERS Ths show that mads Burlssqua famous FUNNY BILLY FOflTtR, r ECCENTRIC FRANK HARCOURT Msrty Seaman, EUn Omn, Chsa Jsntura, Ursce Anderson. Libbls, Hart, Ibldls AUu, 'iiiilne 1'iuU snd a , GLORIOUS -GALAXY OF GALS ' JJBAtt READER-: . t You know ths itsrllni rsputstlon of ths "Boweryi" shout ss well ss I. so whits ths um of me booitlni ths show! rosier. Htrcourt and (teaman srs ideal entertain srt-Wos Hurtli certainly knows how 10 ofaooae 'm. . OLD MAN .JUHmm. SifT. miwj. Evngs. A Sun. Mate., lBc. 35c, 60c, 75c 85 Mats. 15c and 25c TICKETS luc DAY MATINEE Baby Carr'af. tiarag. u, u. oooy Trie MIT OF VAUDIVILLE Dill, MatlsM. 3:11; NUM. 1:10. Thl, Week. LIHOY. TALMA 4 B09CO. THl AOI 0 MtAWN, THE VOLUNTEERS. V.lsed Gambia. DelerM V,l lulls. Sllnr 4 De,sl. Flyla, Hurys, Orahsasl Trsv,l WMkly. . ... Prkil: H.tleM. Osllery, 10,1 Bt ,. (nent . unlay led lusdsyl. 2ie; NIlhM. lOs. 26a, 90s ss, 76s LAST TIMES TODAY MYRTLE GONZALEZ h "MUTINY" -n Excltln? Advcniur, orLand aad C5-. J