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r FOR RENT APARTMENTS North, . fc'Oft ItENTAUractiva 4-rooni apL In th Phailan, 138 8. 21t Ave. Kasy walking aisiance. a. w. Hinder. 8:a City Nat Bank Bldg. Apt. phone Tyler olTio phona Dour l!M4. FOU RENT S-rOom flat, modern. $18; big gest bar ca in in city for price. Call Doug- STEAM-HEATED apartments, $18 up. near posionice. a. p. siebMna-, isn cmiago. FOUH-ROOM, steam-heated. $1$ mo., near poa toff tea Q. p.. stabblrva,- 1610 Chicago ESTABROOK apartment, four room, fit month. Q. P. Btebbins. 1610 Chicago. Miscellaneous. MORIS than modern new brick ; sleeping porch, nice lawn, exoeiient location; warn ing distance. V. Bear. H. isos. PETERS TRUST COMPANY. HENTAIi HKAPQUARTERS VOH OMAHA FOR RENT Business Prop'ty Stores. STOREROOM. lth and Pine; very reason- bia reotj good location lor email busi ness. ALFRED THOMAS, 801 Farnam Bid. 1111 DODGE 8T. 22x132 Ft. 2 floors and basement with elevator. a. if, Beriner Co., D. 840. ' MODERN STORES AND OFFICES IN FAR nam Bldg. Tint Trust Co. D. 11M. MODURN store, corner 16th and Chicago, O. P. Scebblns, li'.O Chtcairo. Ofaccs and Pcsk Room. Choice ohim space. Bund Bide 17th and Douglaa. McCaguo Inv. Co. Garages and Barna. PRIVATE ,torage. brick garage, 25th Ava. and Dodge St. 2636 Dodge Bt. OOOD bilck range at (28 So. 26tb, St tor t cara. 3326 Dodge. St. . Miscellaneous. Landlords. Attkntioni Wa will aecura a deslra' la tenant for your vacant store, houee or flat within 30 daya If on the South Sid, and In a tenable condition, or pay you a month'n rent SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., INCORPORATED. CAP1T V I36.C0O. (13k I. 31th St. , Phone South 117. MOVING AND STORAGE ' GORDON VAN CO. riREPROOr WAREHOUSE Packing, storage and mov ing. 211 N. lWl ' 8L Phone Douglas 3t4. ' flffitlTY SS$L- FREE Phona ' Douglas tit . for complete Hat of vacant bouse and apart ments. Alio for- storage, moving. tfy and Jackson fits." METROPOLITAN VAN AND STORAGE CO., Expert earvioe; prompt attention. Tour moving, your packing, your storage. Main rttim' fititrai furniture -Htere, - 17th and Howard. TeL p. 7786, Separata locked rooms for household goods and pianos; moving, packing .and hipping. OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE- CO., ni a irh at. . Doualaa 418$. Maggard Van and two man, LIS par hour. Van and Storage. Co,,, Moving. Packing, Storage and Shipping. Phone Doug. UG., Globe Van and. Storage Co. Tor real eervic. In moving, packing and etorlnt. call Tyler 2Q or uouglaa tw. . JTt npPrv Kxpree, Co.. Moving. . J. SXLtUlJ Packing and Storage. HOT Farlam 8L Web. 7. Doug. (let. EAL ESTATE IMPROVED West. NEW BUNOALOW. Flv. rooma, strictly modern, finished. a oak; located at 8923 N. 25th St. Price, 12,110. Terma, V'H tta nall cottage In trade, . NORRJS, ft, NORmS. ". 400 Bee Bldg. pbon. Pouglaa 4271. BENSON Convenient,. 6-room -collage; fenced: bearing trees; block from :car; 11,250; SIM caeh. .6120 Bryan St. Option on first lot west." ' ' ,- Nojth PRAIRIE PARK.- : "' 8-room strictly hioc'le rti home.' Incaled near 1'rairie I'utk- Large lot, un pavtd strecL l'ricw u,560. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.. 637 Omaha Nat'i Bank JUdg. , . D. J,7S1, NEAJ4 34TH AND AMM AVE. Brand. neo bungalow, 5 rooms. and bath. Strictly modern; oak finish and up-to-dato In eyery-wa.yi-lot BOxlUfi. Price $2, 860. Cash or on; Rasp terms. See this and you', will' say it is the best value in town. .... . ,. r RASP BROS;, Realtors, - 1 vt"-' i 310-13-14 Keellne Bldg. ' : Tyler -721.; 7 FOR SALE. L - Ellison Ave, This Is a snap at $3,960. Terms very . easy. Doug. 3600. ' W. S. FRANK. 801 Neville Blk. FOR Mia or lease, one, o? both .lots, each 6sll$, at N. W. Cor. of 6th arid JJaven port fits. Make beat offer to Mrs: H. L. Hawver, Melrose Hotfl, Los Angeles, . Cal. Uouth. A LITTLE MONEY OR A FORD CAR. We will sell you this nice 6 -room house, located on 'S. 31at St. It la a nice home, o , a large' lot, all modern except hea,t; Ad can sell you this for 12,400. with a c.nall payment down and $20- a month, " BIO 4 REALTY CO., 1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. .Doug, I4$6. MONTCLAIR BUNGALOW. Stucco construction, large light rooma. Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price $3,800. Easy term. Another new build ing for $3,650. Call Douglaa 1711 days. Walnut 1560 evenings. . . Miscellaneous. WOKLU Kb ALT x CO.. Sun Theater Bu'ijine T, B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Insur ance, 442 Bee Bldg. Douglaa 809t . - R. S. 'TRUMBULL, 1301 1st Jfiit'l Bank Bldg. - M). 1U- REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty . H. t. WOLS". Raaltorr WaraBlk., Specls'ltot In downtewn buslneaa property. . " REAL ESTATE Investments 5 Acres Close .to Fairacres , A FINE INVESTMENT " We have listed twenty-nine 60-ft. lots In one body, not m a than fi b Iks, from the new Brownel! Hall site in 'alracres. This Investment cannot help but make 'jieney for the buyer. Do you knew how fast' this district 'Is growing Into money and . how. eager the far-sighted man Is to own -a piece of ground in this vicinity T Don't lose this - opportunity. HIATT COMPANY, IH-T-I Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Tyler to. CHEAPEST "Corner on FARNAM STREET 10841111 at t. aoutheaat pernor of. ITth and Farnam. The neat corner In tin. for d.v.lopm,nt. Special price tor a few daya, GLOVER & SPAIN (Realtors), . Douglaa im. H- City National. -.. AEA.8TMBNT.,; . -( tT6,A0a..nenm. 19 per cent; one year oldl v.nr fln. lecatton; . mortgag. -136,000 and lli aec.pt 110,000 In tradai bal. ano. eaah or negottabl. paper.. ,V ill KMllne Bldg. . -. - Douglaa 1191. ' CALKIN h CO.. I)ongla . City Nat. Bank Bldg. see bs poSTnvestmbnt AND itHOUl-AIIVB PBOPKRTtT. A. P. TUKET A SON. ' REALTOR), ll WW national Bank Bldg. duMB BUIL01CR8 )nvi--tN Ul (unt only when eecUred by mortiragee on new prop, ertle,' built by Home Bulldere. 1.00 SHARKS OUARANTtiEO 1 p.r v. t, Oftleea? 17th and Douglaa Sta., Omaha,' REAL ESTATE Unimproved Wet ASlv'US Aik us for till ID reasons why we think Waverly Park la a good buy. Finished lots as low as 1550. 110 cash. Harrison & Morton, 1& Omaha Nat. Douglaa S14. OHOlCr. Pundce lit Irt newcjtt addition, for pul. cheap by owner. Addreaa iiox 3096, lice. North. AFTER looking at UINNA LUSA $00 dtf farvnt buyers deotded that It waa the beat proposition on the market and they baclted their ludnment by buying Iota IF YOU will came out today you will understand why the others are buying. CHARLES W. MARTIN St CO. 742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187. CfXt&O Ft.. t&Hng Bemis l'ark, al a bur gdln, Call Walnut 169. South Side. FLORKNCH real Katati co. Phone. Kh. 303, Miscellaneous. HAVE tract of ground bounded by. three treeta. with sewer and water In. contain ing za lota. Anyone wanting building lots it would pay them to Investigate. Can be used for a suouroan oome, uo noi tomjture this with acreage. This is right In the city, close to car line and good school. Can alve terma. For further In formation see TRAVER BROTHERS, 810 First National Bank Bldg. Douglas flint DANDY LOT J 60x135. two street : frontages; eaay 1 terms. Call Douglaa 1064 or evenings, Ha-. 4168. BKAUTIFULj 60.foot lota, 'Price $130,- only $2 ensh and 60 cent per week. Doug. $31. REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE 30 ACRES of trackage, Inside the., city limits of Omaha. For nore Information call Doug- REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN West. A Complete . Poultry Farm With One Acre and 5-Room Bungalow . We havfl juat completed a.B-reom bun galow, with a good "cement basement; wired for electricity .and complete wlth seroem and screen, doors. TV a will ,ance acre, build -you a large poultry house, fur nish you with Jfc0-egg .Incubattor., A ood well on place. Aero Is eonierr-prtly 1 block to paved road. Free Jitney route.' Orbun . Isys fine. Price $2,900; $2W. cash,. $27.40 per month. Call Tyler 50. and ask for Mr. Manvllle. Office open evening, 7 till HASTINGS & HEYDEN, . ; (Realtors) '1614 Harney Street. " Dundee. DUNDEE PROPERTIES. ' Well looated lots on easy terma. Mod ern, attractive homes.' Before toying be sure and see u GEORGE & CO.t DUNDEE LOTV$6E0 CASH. - ,. Balance easy terms; choice neighbor hood; 51st and Farnam.. Phono - Owner WeJiater,. 7084. UA'UtJAlN" DUNDEE LOT. JCAST FRONT. $160 cash. 76x126 feet. . . - F. D. WKAD. 810 SO. 1$TH ST. S-ACRE blk., Falracre aTid' Brownel'. Hall district, snap. C J. can an. Miscellaneous, . HOME8EEKERS. 'ATTENTION! fin a, imall-.ossh payment we' will buy tn lot you select, build a home sifter your own plans and. yuU . can pay .for t on .Viall monthly payments, without extra Interest. - SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. INCORPORATED CAPITAL 26, 000. -34 th St. L Phona South 1247. MEDIUM nucE"b hSmes i" J On tlie South Hide, on 'full sized lots, : ranging from $l,f.Uit lo $."i.0"i'. In different :loealltles. with all city imv' ftient. near schools and churches, ( tin ' bought from us on a small cash' pay urn- ,. SOUTH MAHAINV KtTI'AI ENT CO; AC It Extracts, $75,110 own. $7.50' mo. Close in near car. Dou"g. 60T4. REAL ESTATE WANTED 77 $8,000 TO INVEST WANT OMAHA PROPERTY. J ff forced to sell set fer Al ay 1 write me. I will' buv several 4 to- 6-room hou. x. all or partly modern. In good rental dta- I trlct ror spot i;asn; terma no ooJec price must be very reasonable-, small lota pre ferred. Give name, aadregs, lowest price FOR CASH, full dlscrlpUop. of, property, and ground, incumbrance and rental in first letter or I will not reply. I-positively will not disturb your tenants. Address P. O. box 788, .Omaha,' Neb. WANTED. TO BUY 6-ROQM Bungalow or small bouse, west, southwest or Dundee. ALLEN. 4 BABKETTj- ' . ' , --511- Bs Du.liqing. . .Doug. 7761. LISTING houses to rsnt or sell on amall cash payments, hae parties waiting. Western Rattl Estate. 413 Karbach- Blk. P- 1H07. LIST , your t and 6 -room housea with us, WB SELL THEM. OS BORN HJ- REALTY qo.. Tyler 496. ' LIST your property with M.-uery Ha gets results. ' 1057 Omaha Nat' J. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1166. FINANCIAL $2,500 MORTGAGE bearing l4 per cent semi-annual secured by properly -valued at $10,600. Talmage-LoomuInv.' Co., -W. P.- W. Bldg. ' . ' . . ; INSURANCE liri, '" tornado, automobile. C. A. Qrlmmdl, 849 Oraha Na.tH Bk, Bldg. Real EgtateTLoansJirt City and Farm Loans K, lk snd fl per pent. Also first mort gages on farms and Omaha real estate for sale. J, H. 'Dunvont & Co., 416-18 Keellne Bldg,, -I7th nd Harney: -. H. W B1ND15R. , Money on hand for .ortgaga- loans. City. N',a!t'.1 Bank ,,?ldt- ': "' ' $500,000 city "and farm loans, per cent, Eselin, 612 Paxton Blk Red 740.1. CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates 6, 6 "A. and ( per cent Reasonable com mission. ' ' " ' ' UNITED STATES TRUST CO., . 212 peuth J7th, On.aha-.Neb. iTPBlTi CENT to$ par cent on best class eTty residences fjn arriptHita $$.000 up: also ' farm loana Rcasonabla conimfsslon. PETERS TRUST CO., 1821 Firnaro8t, MONEY to loa . on Improved farms and ranches,. We asp .buy gQOd fann mort gages. MOUC inv. "--o.. ""inn". 6Vi AND 6 per cent farm and city flrst.mort gitges for sale. & II. Lougea, Inc. 638 Keellne Bldg. ' . OMAHA HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS. Q KEBFE R. B. CO., 10U Omaha Nat l. FARM and city loans, 6, $Mi and 6 per cent. ' V0 H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1648. , NO PELAY IN CLOBIJSO LQANS. W. T. Graham, 604 Bee Bldg. SHOPEN A CO., PRIVATB1 MONEY. GARVIN BROS., Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg, MOtlKY HARRISON 4 MORTON, J16 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. . $100 to H,6oV mad promptly. F. D. Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sta. LOlvRTfES. C. 0. CARLBERG. Ill ran- dels Theater Bldg. P. ; 6 86. . ' r Ctnolta- flnrl RnitHl UN'CLn HAM COMPANY OIL STOCK. Company' reports over $S,000,000 net as .sets; just. opened anpth'r new oll-ppol iu Stephens county, Oklahoma,, ,Wt offer few shares at one-third value: , - - . , ; 6,000 shares, one certHlcata".'. .. , .. .$29.50 .0,000 shares, one certificate. ...$58.00; 16,000 shares, on -certificate. ....... $87.00 25.000 snares, one certificate. ..... .$135.00 This etock carries 'It a- portion "bt ' cash; dividend declared by U. -H. Cd..-payable to stockholders June 13, 117. treat fu ture. 3. V. nOLLICKR'CO.. STOCKS AND BONOS. " 10(1 Flst ML AVichfta, Kan. Abitracts. of Title. Eerr Title. Guarantee nd Abstract Co., 306 S. 17th St., ground floor. Hon fled by Mass. Bonding aoa ins. uo. REED ABSTRACT to., oldest abstract' of flce In Nebraska. 206 Brandela Thester. Misceilaneouj. GALLAGHER & NELSON Rspresent prompt pay Insurance com panies. 644 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb. FARM AND RANCH LANDS Florida Lands. RAlSK ALFALFA In FLORIDA (Natal Uy) this wiiu or.. First uu Hug 00 daya; fi.O and )90 Hiinually on $t0. land. 'aton Blk Walnut ZW lventnisV Michigai. Lands Ft it IS IM C LOVKlt-LA N D FARMS. Utiiltis thrive. Drouth, tiiill unknown. Rout ciop.H. tinlryhig. grazing, Ideal, Fins nnula, nuirket: 143 growing days. Aver aai killing frosts October 2. Terma easy. Oeorgo' Howell, jr., 22 Bacon Ulk.. ilar qiiettf, Mich. 1 Minnesota Lands. VVK1TK toduy for our lti of Red Rlvor vnlley lunils; located elose to Crookston, Minn. Prttfs rmisljitr fmni $27 to $30 per a i' re. (treat itnii-m Lund Co., Fredericks burf. Va. Missouri Lands. SMALL MO Farm ItO cash and $6 month' ly; no Interest or taxes; highly productive land; close to 3 Ms markets. Write for Photogrnuhs and full Information. Munger, A-119, N. Y. Life HUIg.Kansaa City, Mo. OhKAT" bargains, $5 down, $5 monthly tuya 40 acres good f nilt and poultry lend near town, southern Amsuuri, rnee only i:uo, Addreas Ho 808, Excelsior Springs. Ma. Montana Lands. . MONTANA HO.MKSTKAD8 1I.0J0.BM aersa, ' tt40 or $30 a 3s for you. Circulars free. Write Homes tend Bureau, of Montana. Dept. 96, Box M6, Butte. MonL Nebraska Lands. FOR SALK liiO acres at $65 lr acre, one snd a half miles cunt or Loup City, Nb. Sixty acres broke, twenty in alfalfa, bal nea pasture at present; all fenced and -cross-fenced; no bulldlmts; on main road to town; telephone and school house scrota road. THIS would mane a gooa aairy larm large creamery In city.' Will consider a fev. acres close lo Omaha or small mod ern home close to city as first payment, not to be valued over 1,000, balance aft per cent, .write owner, Mela Enevoidseo Kimball. Neb. L AKKV1KW farm. Ch'O acres, 2 .miles west of Lincoln, Neb. ' A dairy and bog farm, Well- equipped' with buildings. 90 acres alfalfa. No wants land. Write for particulars. I must sell soon. C. H. - drews, 710 P St., Lincoln, Neb. lull HA I. Id OR TRADW. 1,410 acre ranch Southwestern Thomas ' County, Nub., partly Improved, price 112,60 , per acra ARCHER REALTY COMPANY, Douglas 241 fi. 680 Brandels Bldg REAL BARGAIN. ICO acres fiti, level land.- Got d neigh' horhood. Six miles of town, $15 en! acre. J. li. Hansen, Ml! National. Fidelity Bldg., . omaha, Neb. SMALL Nebraska fa nun on eaay .payments 6 acres up. Wo farm the farm we sell you. The Huugcrford Potato Growers' As sociation. 16th and i Howard Sts.. Omaha Douglas 8S7L . WET land made dry enough for crops or no pay .Is .our way of draining , land. No tract too. large or too wet. Guarantee Drainage Co., Oakland, Nob.- . . EAST central Neb.. SO acres, highly Im proved farm, close , to town, snap, terms, possession al once. S, S. and R. E. Mont Romery.. -. - ' FOR SALE Beat large body high-grade, medium priced land In Nebraska; very little money; required. C. Bradley. Wol baeh. Nel. South Dakota Lands. UO, 240 AND 320-ACRB farms, highly Im proved, for sale; near Watertown, a, D. MIDWEST LAND COMPANY. 1057 Omaha Nnt'l. Hanlt Idg-. Doug. 1166. Miscellaneous. CHOICE! western farms and randies for sale. Also relinquishment. ' Writ Emerson Real'y Co.. Kl- hall. Neb. , AUTOMOBILES THIRTY new 30x3 casings uml , tubes at less than wholesale price. Fourteen new 34x4 H casings and ' tubes at less than wholesale prlca, Large number new truck bodies for Ford cara. Five nevr rear axlo assemblies1 fer Fords. Twenty, flvo new'expreas bodies for trucks, $ feet by 43 Inches. ANDREW MURPHY A SON, .Omaha, Neb. WILLYS-OVERLAND, INC 4 . USED CAR DBPT. Doug. S29. 8047-1 Farnam'. Touring cars and roadsters of Overland,' Stud ''halter. Maxwell- Ford, Oakland, Mitchell., lmirk ana ,lltms,on--maXcs,. TK R MS IF DESIRED. , ' Prompt attention given to all Interested out -of-town buyers. AUTO CLEARING HOUSE, I'iifl Farnam Ht. Douglaa 1310. "15 Hudi , mod. 6-40. '16 Haynes light six. '11 Maxwell. '16 Dflvis. WE will trade you a aew Ford -for your old one. , INDUSTRIAL GAftAGB CO., 20th and .Harney. Douglas 6261, C. W. i'-RANCiS AUTO CO. Used, Car Dept. ''-18 Fsrnam St. Douglas 863.-" K """t any make at reasonable prices, T iM'ijno racer. Just built, 70 M. P. H. car; Musnn motor, Salisbury racing axle. H..T. max nt'tn. etc., suitable for racing at fa Ira. etc. $2110. Croastown Garage, 116 8. 14th FOH HALE cheap for cash. Five-passenger Ford car. Phone Benson . 298, $002 Military Ave. tell at hinSeley, Auto J-pairl'ni,"ixport, mechtniea. 31 it .Harney. Ht. , .Doug. I&4Q. CASH FOR YOUR USED CARS. AUTO EXCHANGE, 2107 FARNAM. D. fi088. BARGAIN Eject rlc car, in excellent condi tion, call i). 776 or walnut 773. BERTS' HY "Kan-Flx-lt." Southeast cor. nrr gnt h and Harniy Sis Pouglaa 2&52. WE TAY cash for Fords. Aula Salvage tt Exchange, lift- 8. lTth. .' Auto Livery and Garages. EXPERT; aut- repairing, "service car al ways reedy," Omaha Garage. 2010 Har ney St. Tyler 555 ... Auto Repairing and Painting. $10') reward for magneto we can't 'repair Colls repaired. Baysdorfer. 210 N. 18th. NEBRASKA Auto Repair Works, Services jnd prices right. 218 S. 10th St. D. 7390. Tires -and Supplies. T41E T-IRB SliOF Tire repairing Is our specialty. .FTt EM SERVICE, THE TIRE SHOP, . D. F. Crow. 2518 Farnam. Doug. 4879. Motorcycles and Bicycles HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar - gains iij used machines. Victor U. Rooa "The Motorcycle Man." J7th and Leaven- worth. ,-,,' . .sin i-W .. HorsesLive Stock Vehicles laVT:oodeco)d-hddeliveVy" wagons, very iliaup ; tfoveral used wagons and gears of various sIst-H. ' ANDREW MURPHY t SON, Omana. Neb. 2 KTAKH wagona, one set single harness, fly )i-ts, blankets, etc.,- one skid. Must ' bo foUI at once, at your own price. A. .(Jvttlpmen Brewing Co., 02 Bo. 16th St. POULTRY AND PET STOCK FOR SALE U R. I. Red olTicks, 1 week 6ii: and two mother hens. Call Walnut ..430. - ., . WHITE LcKhurn hatching eggs and baby . iiidir) f mm matured stock. Phone Florence jih. " " ' . HOUDAN ami S. c. It. I. reds, gg for hatching.. Coltiut 317. 3026 N. 17th. FINK block HiiricVl Rij'ck hun,,"also cock relaj eggit for hatnliiiig. Harney llgi. . FOR HALIiBuffWyahdtte eggs for hatching; and colli pups. ' L. t, Fawcstt, Bonson 6176, Florence, Route 1. EN G LIS iT'CoeTir zizi ee warn, marie Abermatny. GOOD Cheaapuake dog for sale. Inquire, .S. l'lth Ht., nr.telr,. I.. Kneeter. KIME in-dlareeit n"!j?nj'ul.!up. "'! PERSONAL Jl.ire 8avatlon Army Industrial H6msio lirits. your "old- clothing, fuoitura, tpaga -In.. W collect. We distribute. Phone Doug. liS and our wagon will. call. Ca l and Inspect Jur new. poms, UJ0-1H1-1U4 .. Dodge SL .' A. ' BATHS anu massaga. Centra' Bath Instl. tute, 1608 Harney ..St., D. 7087. Open. evflfilngt-. s PRIVATE home for tick ladles, best care, very rest. 3605 Bristol Ht. . Web.' HOI. LUELLA WEBSTER.' mi'ssaga' and pigfit' uring,. nis t'sxion jiik. neu .400, MAE lift UO MAN', scientific iriasseuae ii7(J liaths ?0I Karbach Hk. Red 1717, SClENTTFlc'masasge, 620 Bee Bldg. Phoi e DoukI'is 8372. ' Edna Williams, ".na.snge. bath. 128 Navills. Ann 1 Kliherrsulpliur baths, maasTp. MISS LILLY, bath, masiiage. Vl Famsm. Manicuring mid mans. 1623 Farnam! ft. 18. EMMA tVltOTT niajisaging, 2120 Harney. MEDICAL PR. E. R, TARRY, PILES, FISTULA CURED. Dr. F. R. Tnrry curs piles, fistula and other rectal diseases without surgical op eration. Cure sua run teed and no money paid until cured. Write for book ou rec ta, diseases Kith testimonials. r DR. 12. R. TARRT. 34(T Be Bldg. Omaha, Neb. WHY SUFFER 7 Latest and Most Bclentifl. Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charles Barnes, 613-IV20 Rose Bldg. Examination and consultation free. He Is curing thou sands. WHY NOT YOU? Delays are dan serous. If you can't call, write. Hours a. m. to o p. m., 7:90 to 1:80 awnings Sunday ey appointment. RUPTURE Successfully treated without a surgical operation. Call or write Dr. Frank H. Wray. $o Bee Bldg. Chiropractors. DR. KNOLLICNHKHO. SANITARIUM. Lsdy attendant, 14th and Farnam. D. 7396. Dr. C. J. Lawrence. Balrd Bldg. D. 8461 Dr. Frances Dawson. 603-3 Rose Bldg. T. 2366 Dra. -lohnmon. u:'5 W. O. w. Bldg. X. ta'gt ' Dentists.. . Tr. Bradbury. No pain. $1$ W. O. W. Bldg left's Dent. Rmi SOS Rose Bldg. D. JUfr MONEY TO LOAN FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security, ' $40, t mo., H. goods, total cost, $3.b0. $40, ( mo., Indorsed notes, total oost, $1.60, Smaller, large am'ls, proportionate rats, PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY, Organised by Omaha Business Men. 431 Rose Bldg.. Hth and Farnam. Ty. sfH. I, -I AL RATE LOANS I1I4.00 $240.00 or more. Kay payments. Utmost privacy. 3.40' Paxton Blk.- TH. Doug, 2296, OMAHA LOAN COMPANY. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS David Melville and wife to'pavld K. ' Loosemore, at al, Forty-third street, - lui.i ft south of Spauldlng street, east side. BOrlJO $ 1,100 ftasp Bros, to Fred P. Smith, Locust street. 167 feet west of Eighteenth . street, north side, 7x134..., Rasp Bros, to Mrs. Krlstlna Swanson, Locus; street, . 174 foet west of Eighteenth street, north side, 7x124 Msrle Marx to Carl O. Chrlsttnsen, Thirty-sixth avenue, 1&0 feet south of Boyd street, east aids, 100x127., GOO The Qardr.er Memorial Pariah House association to the bishop and, vestry '' of Trinity cathedral, Dodge street, slxty-slx feet weat of Seventeenth , street, north side, 09x120, ... ... ... . Ralph F. Clary and wife to James II. Fllley, corby street, lot) rest eaat ot 1 Thirty-ninth street, south side, 60x120; northonat corner . Thirty -ninth and Miami. 150x120.'. Beaton Realty company to William Francis Hale, southeast corner Twenty-seventh avenue and liar nay. 108x186 Albert Sleek and. wife to Theodora jj. BeOK, northwest comer Tnirty flfth and Blondo, 6flxll3K Ella N. Austin to Carol M. Pitts, Thirty-second street, 11$. $ feet south of Davenport street, east side. S0xll..., C.flOO Peter- B. Her to Standard OH Com pany, northeast - corner Twelfth and- Jackson street, 46x132........ 21,760 Ida T. KUly and' husband to Guy Liggett, Twenty-seventh . street, twenty-four feet south of Paclflo atrs'et, 37x120 4.000 CHICAGO ORAIN MARKKT, Stopping of European Buying popreates Prices. Chicago, April 30.-Assartlona. that Eur6- po'ah buying at essh wheat had been- halted helped depress wheat prices today. . The market closed unsettled at 3Ho net lower to c gain with May at $2.71. and July at $2.15(J)2.28V4. Corn finished Mc to ma down, oats c off to Ha advance' and previsions varying from 37c decline to a rise of 10c. The suppressing of grain speculation In Canada 'and unfavorable weather in the spring crop region lifted prices as much as, t cents above Saturday's finish. The ap parent ceiafatton-of foreign demand, proba bility ot the government fixing: prices and word that two cargoes of Canadian wheat having been obtained to come by way of the Great Lakes to Chicago millers at ad--vantageoua price,' started . a; downward swing to the wheat market.' Corn and oats followed wheat and trade was meager except that foreign govern ments were credited With buying consider able amounts of future' deliveries of oats here, On the other hand large increases of seeded acreage were reported In the states wJilch havu the heaviest oats production. Provisions avpt-aged higher as a result of the readlneas with which offerings were as sembled: by commission houses!. Breaks In trie value of grain and huge-felted to act as an offset. Chicago Ossh Prloee Wheat: Nog. 1 and 3 red and N. 2 hard, nominal; No. 2 hard. $2.80. Corn: No, Z yellow i.s pj J.uu; No. 8 yellow, $1 .67 'A Upl.OO; No. 4 yellow, $1.66'. Oats: No. .8 white, 7.0 07mo; standard, 7o4IP22c. Ryei..No. Ja oomliial, Barley, $I.2BiJl.e5. nee'is: r imotny, ea.uv ()6.00; clover, Ill.OOWirOO.- Provisions: ' Pork, n.22i': lard, $31,IO(T21.96;- ribs, $2H,30iJp20.75. . ' Butter Unsettled; creamery," 3238c Eggs Higher; receipts, 35,091 cases; firsts, 31032c; ordinary firsts, ' 3031c; at mark, cases Included, nQU'ic. , pr.t.tnf Lower: receipts.' 88. cara: Idaho. Colorado, Oregon- and Washington, $2.65Q $.76; Wisconsin ana Mtcmgan,- s2.4tuvs.Dg. Poultry Alive, lower 1 fowls, 12c. KEW 1'OBK (iENKRAL Quotatlona of the Iay on Various Com- . modifies. -. . New York, April. 30,v-Flour Strong, spring patents $13.66(IJ18.90; winter patents, $13,801(314-06, winter straights, $13.40013.65; KansaH straights, $I4.0014. 40. ' Whfat spot Irregular, NO. 2 haid, $8.12 asked f. o. b...New York; No. 1 northern, Du luth, $2.92; No. 1 northern. Manitoba, $2.80 nominal f. 0. b, New York opening naviga tion. . .v..- Corn Spot, firm;. No- 2 yellow, $l.6S'4 d, i. t. New York. Oata Spot, weak;- standard, 77'i7'14c HldM Steady, Bogoiu, .Wc; Central America,. 42a. . . Leather Firm, hemlock Arsis, 6Tc; sec onds, 66c. 1 Pro vision a Firm; mens ,$41. 00041. EO; family, $44.00; short cUura $42.00 44.00. Lnrd Firm; middle west $28.4032.50. Hut Iff Firm; rucel p la. 8,334 tubs; creamery, higher man extras, iHTMao:; creamery, extra, (Wj score;, nrsis, 40(?r'42c; seconds, 3nO40c, KSfra Firmer; receipts, 26,190 canes; fresh raLherad. extras. 37c: fresh gSthered. stor age packed, firsts, 36(B36)4jc; fresh gathered. : Choose Strong: w.c'lpts. 4,844 boxe; stale, fresh, spocfai, hVq; same, ever age run, 26'28 - j'ouury l.ive, wmum; no pni-ea .quomu. Dressed, dull and weak,; chickens 333lc; fowls, 0 82Hc; turkeys, ltyUo. , CHICAGO UVK STOCK MARKKT. Cattle Are Weak, Hogs Slow and Sheep Strong. - Chlengo. April 30. Cattle Rclpts. 2fl, 000; weak. Natlvtj beef cattle $fl.D0f(j)13.3u; stockere and (cedars, $7.168.85; cows and heifers. $6.70U, 16; calves, 88,00$i 1 2.00. Hoga Receipts 61,00, slow 6 10c under yesterday's average. Sulk. 1)6.SO016.8O; light, $14,700)16.6; mixed, $15.2flplf.,86; heavy, .16.20M6.90;. roggh, $1$.10'16.40; Lljfi 110. 0001860. ' Sheep Receipts, 11,000; strong wethers, $11. 00 18.001 ewes,' $10.26913.60; lambs, 111.00017.40. Kansas Clly Mre Stock Market. Kansas. City, April 30. Cattle Receipts, 10,000; beef iteprs weak, others strong to 16a higher; prime fed ateers $17,00012.76; dressed beef stuers, (9.0012.00; western steers, $8.00. 2:60; cowh, $0.60ijpHU5; heifers, $8. 6tJt'II. 00; ntfckr anl feeders, 87.60tPlO.76; bulls, $H. 00(10. 26; calves $8.00 18,26. Hogs Receipts, ;0,00i; steady; hulk, $16.10016.80; heavy, $1 6.609J IK. 60; pack ers and butchers $15.10011.70; light. $14.76 016,46; pigs, $11.00018,75. Sheep Receipts, 6.100; higher. Lambs, $13.flftti 17. n; yearling. $li. 0014.78; welhers, $11.00014.00; ewes, $10.60013.76. LIVE. STOCK MARKET Beef Steers Sharply Lower and Slow Sellers Lambs Make High Record. HOGS STEADY TO TEN OFF Oinaha, April 30, 1917. Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Estimate Monday 8,100 6.30 1,100 Same day last week... IMl 7. 099 8,491 Same day 1 wks. ago.. 1,698 10,330 ll,4?l Same day 1 wks. ago.. 6.01$ 4,: Sit 7,430 Sum day 4 wks. ago.. 6,641 (t.SJS 8.M71 Same day last eur 1,66 11.719 8.620 Receipts and disposition of live stock at th-t Union Slock yards, Omaha, Neb. ftr twenty-four hours ending at 3 o clock yra tonlay: RECEIPTS CARS. Callle. Hog. Sheep. II r's. a M Bl. r.... 10 1 Wabash Missouri Purine... 1 Union Pacific 79 U 3 C. & N. W east., 81 1 C A N. W., west.. 8$ 37 C, St. P., M. A O. 45 7 C, R. & Q,, t-aat.. N .. 1 C, 11. A g, weal.. 64 1" 3 C R. I. p., paat.. 7 1 Illinois Centrsl 11 Chicago Ul. Went.. 4 Total receipts 116 78 DISPOSITION HEAP i s me. Morris A Co K24 Swift A Company. ., .1,639 Cmlahy .Packing Co. .1.6)4 Armour & Co 1,613 SchwarU A Co f. W. Murphy Morrcll I Lincoln Packing Co.. 16 Kohr Packing Co Wilson Packing Co... 232 W. U. Vanuatu Co.... 68 Hentoii, Vansant A L. 71 Hill & Son it F. B. Lewis 72 Hun-singer & Oliver,, 42 . J. IS. Root A Co 2 J. H. Bulla 96 L. T, Hum 17 Rosenatuck Bros,.,,,, $9 F. G. Kellogg ki Werthelnier A Degen. 33 Kills A Co ' 28 Sullivan Hroa 8 Mo. & Kan. Calf CO. 66 Christie ( Hlgglrm ' 13 Huffman 9 Roth 4)(, Banner Bros 41 John Harvey 271 DannU A KYatirlai ... Iliigs, Sheep i 996 116 1.278 1,013 MM , 200 907 Jensen A Lungren.... 12 I'm! iVtintV 4 Other buyers., . 188 7,71$ 6,61$ 1,76$ Cattle RecelDts were laraa thin niArnin. being more than double what .hey were a week ago and over 4,000 larger than a ye-r ago. Otht markets were heavily supplied -v mm mm were really more cattle on sal than the eonaumlns- rfimmrf nuiiuii The esult was a slump in prices on beef , l " ,0,n,, The market here was ivvrtBo or more lower man laat week. Cows and heifers were alow t tnwr thnv not sh wing so much decline as beef steera because they were In lighter. supply. Slacken and feeders were scarce and for nam rtjuaon aooui steady. guotattons on rattle: Good to eholeo 7""- fi."ij,ii rair to good beeves, $10.76011.601 common in f.i V--- . 010.76; gi?od U choice heifers. $9,60010.86; gOod to Choice COWS. 8l.60ft.1A HA- f.U t. i J.. ' ""Wi-ooi common to fair cows, " "V'-""; prime xeeaing steers, $9.60(s 9.76: good fO rhf.lt tmArm fl fK.i en. fair to good feeders, $8,0008.76; common to atir, tB.jBf.U9; good to choice stockers. $8.60tt8.7&: atncV t nil 9.75; stock 'uwa. $B.n0AlB9Kr ili $7.60010.00; veal calves, $9.00013.10; beef wuti-, ia.al -ig., a.VUU V.OU. Representative nales: BEEF STEERS. Av. Pr No, 663 $6 76 ' 6,... No. 3..,.. 4 8.,,., 15 18., .a, IS::::: 34 49 16 Av. Pr. . 014 17 75 ... tm . 1 1 to . 71 I 3a . 831 7S . 010 10 00 . 37 10 ID . eo4 10 ,o .111! 11 It .1131 It 31 ... 770. 76 ...764 .IS ...1116 10 ... SHI 10 iS ...10115 10 70 ...nn& 11 00 ...ItJS 11 -.0 ...1113 11 40 43... 33... !... 33... IS... .lisa 11 to .1301 II 16 .1031 11 Ot .1411 12 21 17. ...1431 lilt STEKR8 AND HWFERS. 400 8 S a. 441 I 10 ..003 SO ..77 a to .. 733 10 IS .. S93 11 00 ' .. 37t 11 as 43... ' 48.,. a... 26... . ai 1 as . 170 10 85 .100a 10 71 . SOt U 30 HKIFSRS. 440 t0 S ...... 35 - 1. . ; , ; 00 10.,'.., a to 1 -eno tin 134 140 8 00 8 80 8 26 76 ' 013 . 136 540 10 00 COWS. .. 010 .. 86t ..11S0 ..1067 ..1071 ..1004 0 I 00 a 26 1 to 9 45 a 76 8 .. 8: .. 765 ..1080 ..1106 ..1001 ..1211 7 it 8 15 8 78 36 f to 8 30 :s 1 a 13 10 tt 31.;.... 1 i 1 5 1...;.. .i2o :o 00 BULLS. . 000 ... 12.10 ..1463 ..1440 1 50 1. a to 1. 31 1. 60 3. CALVES. a 00 1. ..1180 .. 11140 ..Mao 8 85 8 76 40 466 10 00 1. . 370 80 11 00 145 12 (0 i iao 1 00 Hog. Today'a run er hn.n w. th n. st ent It ha, lieen on the opening day ot the we.lt In aimo.t two month.. Arrival, counted out aeventy-two car., or about 5,300 head, whlt:h le almont 3,000 lighter lhan laet week, 5,000 lighter than two werka ago and l.ia than halt a. larae a. on th. corresponding day a jrear ago. i,m;ai recelple were not large enoueh to rauee anv weaknee. In Drlc... but at rhl. cago, with eupplle, overrunning the mil inaic, me maraet wee rported' opening 60100 lower, and thla weak.n.d fhln.i. .11 around the loop. Valuea her. were any- wher. from ateady to lOo lower than last week'a cloae. Shipper, filled what ordera they had. 4md before I hey were through Lnoy. made a pretty decent buy. Their early purchue. wri fully ateady to, If anything-, a little stronger, "while hoga they bought later ehowud email deollnee. Packers had to better their early offers, which were 10(Bil5c .ower, and when they finally bought their hogs It waa at figures that were not over 54i10R lower, while mm. of the nilaed .tuff was not far from steady. A pretty fair clearance waa .made by shortly after 10 o'clock, though the close was. a nine slow, and a few load, were not cashed until later In th. day. On the whole the trade waa not much more than a nlok,! lower, .lost of the shipper hogs ware steady. and pain, of Die puckers ehowed litiit change, though they Kht more boas toillOc lower then anv other day A good ehare of the offerlnus moved at lio.io 16.46, and a ton of 816.66 was made on choice heavies. ' Hepreaentatlve sales: 0. Av. Sh. IT. No. AV. Bh. Pr, 180 100 16 00 75. .313 320 15 06 64, .106 to i; 84. .204 100 It 15 84. .154 HI 16 3a 65. .238 140 15 35 63. .318 160 15 45 70. .37! 30 16 65 187 80 It 30 ... 15 30 ... 15 40 80 15 60 80 15 tt .313 ,326 .363 ring. 81 ... 13 75 120 14 86 II.. 8 13 91. .164 oheerj Arrivals today were only flvo curs. or about 1,360 heed, and these werq all of lamos. won tna exception of Saturdays and holldaye, the run Is the lightest that has been here since Friday, July 21, 1916. and me smnneat to show uu .en a Mondsy elnce the last day of May, 1816. Supplies a wecK ago were B.4,1 head, while two week, ago 11,424 showed up and 8,620 were here the corresponding dsy last year. Offerings consisted of four cars of wooled Mexican lambs anil a loar of clippers. Ther. was really not enough stuff on offer to mske market, but what were her. gold at fully 6050c higher prices. The even money murk was reached and then beaten, aalcs of Mexicans, Including a load eaoh at 816.00 0 17.00, while two cars sold as hlah aa 317.25. The top la Juat 55c above the best prtee paid last Friday and, needless to Kay, sets a new record for the yards. The only other stuff that was on offer was a car of clipped lamb, that brought 113.60. They were not the best In th. world and tops are nominally quoted a, high as 814.00. There was nothing her. In th. line of old eh.ep, but they have been In good request and would doubtless have moved up at least 36c had any been on offer. Quotation, on eh.ep and lambs: Lambs, Mexican. 416. 5017. 25: . lambs, fed western, llt.26t16.86; luml. fresh .horn, 812. 76W 14.00; yearling,, good to eholce, Itz.lbflp 14.60; yearlings, fair to good, 813.0OEp;13.76; wethers, fair to chnlce, 813. t09 13.50; ewes, 112.710 13 11: ewes, fair to good, 111. 76V 13.75; ewes, plain to rulls. II.00CU.60. Representatlva Bale.; No. Av. Tr. 4tt Mexican lambs 80 117 26 I Mexican lambs 70 17 00 236 Mexican lamb 71 18 to GRAIN ANDPRODUCE New High Levels Reached by Cash Wheat, Scoring Ad vance Over Saturday. C0EN IS STILL SCARCE Omaha April 10. 1817. Cash wheat soared to new high levels to day and scored an advance of 3c to 6o over the average price of Saturday. The trade In this cereal was, during the early part ot the session, ft trlfln slow on account of the Inability of the traders to agrit on price, but, the demand wa. good, and shortly before the close the sellers be gan to let go pretly fresly and a good part of the offerings were disposed of. The $3.00 mark waa reached when a car of No. 3 spring wheat sold for that price, but the bulk of the offerings sold a few cents bo low $8.00. No. 2 ha d bringing around $2 .96 01.98, while the bulk of No. 1 hard sold at 13.93. The receipts of corn and oals over the holiday were rather heavy, but as the de mand for these cereals was excellent the traders had little difficulty In getting rid of their offerings, the sales, however, being mado at' a alight decline. The wide premium on white corn waa still in evidence and prlrea on thla variety were quoted almost 10c In advance of Ihu yellow and mined grades. The range on whit- corn waa from $1,600 1.61 "4. the better grade of yellow sold around $1.61A01.6t4 and mlied corn sold generally from $1.6OH0L62, although a few can of high color mixed corn brought from $1.6401.66. Oats prices gem rally ware about Ho lower, slandard oata being quoted at Tic, while No. 1 white brought 10o and a few cars of No. 4 white sold at 7flc. Bye waa firm, with very llttla change in price, the No. t grade bringing Ir.MS, while part of a car of No. 4 aold at $1.93. No barley was reported sold and this cereal waa quoted nominally unchanged. CI ca ranees ware: Wheat and flour equal to 1,067.000 bu.j corn, 198,000 bu.; oats, 160,000 bu. . ' Prtmsry wheat receipts were l.SOB.OOO bu. and shipments 6T3.O0O bu., against receipts of 1, 448,000 bu, and shipments of 1,389,000 bu. last year. Primary corn recelpla were 711,000 bu. snd ehlpmen's 140.000 bu., against receipts ot 1.106,000 bu. and shipments of 126,000 bu. last year, Primary oata receipts were 121.000 bu. and shipments 1,308,000 bu., against receipts of i,4i,ooo bu. and shipments ot 1,147,000 bu. last year, CARLOT RECEIPTS. Wheat. 4rn. Oeti Chicago 63 4J 111 Minneapolis ..33 Puluth .....16 Omaha 64 l 41 Kansaa City ......16 ,4 37 at. Louis ttt 111 87 Winnipeg 433 Thee, sale, war. reported today; Wheat No. 1 hard. winter! 1 car, !. 16. Ne. I herd winter: 8 oars. 13.16: I car.; 13.11. No. 8 hard winter: 1 car, 13.88. No. 4 hard winter: 1 oar, 11.17; 1 ear, 12.11: 1 1-1 care, 11.11: 4 ear., 13.10: I cart, 18.71. No. I spring: 1 car, 11.00. No. 3 soring: 1 car. 18.86. No. 4 spring: 1 t-6 ran, 13.66; 1 car flight test), 13.61. . No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 2.!5; 1 car, 13.75; 1-e car, 88.66. Rye No. 2: 1 car, 11.85. No. 4: I S car. 11.11. Corn no. l white: i car, ai.ex. t- I whit.: 18 can, 11.631,, No, a whit.: 4 cars, ll.lltts 1 car. 11.61; 1 car, 11.60V,. No. I white I car, 11.60. No, I yellow; 4 ears. I1.6BU: 10 cara. 11.53. No. I yellow: 10 car., 11.61; 11 1 cara, 11.51 Vt. No, 4 yellow: 1 car, 11.63; 1 car, II. 61V No. I yellow: 1 car, 11.51, No, 1 mixed: 1 oar, 11.51: 1 car. 81.6144: I care, 11.11 Sal 1 car, 11.11. No. 8 mixed: 1 car (near white). 11.66: 1 car (near while), 11.641 I care, 11.511-. 8 cars. 81.5m. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, II. tm; 1 car, 11.61 ; 1 car. ll.SOtt No. 5 m xed: l car. ti.ai. no. mixeu 3-t car, ll.SlVs, Corn and oata mixed: 1 car, U.50V,. Oats No. J white: 1 car. m0. cuunn. ard: 3 cara, 71o. .No. a white: it cara, 70Ho. No. 4 whtt; 1 car (barley mlxril), 70o; 1 car,, 70c ftample mixed: 1 cara. 71o; 1 car. H,c; 1 oars, tic. Omaha Caen l'rleea wneat: wo. x naro, 3. 64(12. 36: NO.' I hard, I3.I3I2.83; No, 4 hard, I3.74AI.I7; No. 1 spring. ll.lltiPS.00; No. I spring. 81.630l.ll. Corn I No. 3 white. ll.tlrt.62U: No. I white. Il.lOUn l.tlt,; No. 4 white, ll.6iejl.80; No. t white, 11.6801.60 P.O. 6 While, ,l.D'0l.on; rtn. 1 yellow. ll.t3tfl.t3Vi: No. I yellow, 81.61 VI fll.53: No. 4 ye low. 61.bia).63: mo. D yel low, il.60V611.61; No. t yellow, Il.tOOl.tl; No. 3 mixed, tl.tltflDs: no. x mixea, ,i..i 411.61 ttt No 4 m xed. I1.50V6 o l.tl vt : No. , mixed, Il.tdOl.tlVi: No. I mixed. II. tot) 1.61 Vk- Oats: . No. 8 white, HOIlHc; stand- ord, 70Vt47ie; N.. I white, mafiiJic; 4 whiu, ,9t7ua. Hariey: Halting. 11.1701.41: No. 1 feed, 11.1301.81. Rye: No. 3, ll.IICll.il: No. I, 31.6801.14. Local rang, or optional rt. ' 1 Open. High. Low. Cloae. flat. WhL May July Sept. I 17 I li 1 10 I 174 III I III S 31 1 II I M 1 44 Vi 1 16 '111 lal lal I ttt 114. l.lOttl Corn May 1 61 1 46 3 86K 73 1 51 1 4 July Sept. 1 16K186K 137 Oata May 73 I 73 73 I 71 3Vi IIH 634. 63 July 64Vt tV ItVt I3H 54Vtl 12 Chicago cloBlng prices, furnished The See by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain brok.ra, 815 South filxteenth 'alreet. Oinaha; High. Low. Close. Sat'l. Wht. Mar S 71 1 78 171) I Tl 371 July 3 30 1 14 223V4 1 36 336 Kept 1 83 1 II IllVa 1 It 111 - Corn. May 149V, 1 I0H 1414 1 41 160 July 1 46 1 4V 141 1 44(4 146 Sept 1 81 1 II 1164 1 IIH 137 Vi (is Is. ! May 70 70 67 68 68M July 67Vt 67V, tt . 66.t 65 Hept 17 17 51 56 57 Pork. May 38 20 38 35 31 It 31 22 31 60 July II 41 II 70 II 41 II 70 11 70 Lard. May 21 II 81 80 11 67 31 87 31 77 July 21 80 33 00 31 12 33 00 ' 21 13 Rll.i. May 30 61 30 63 30 50 10 60 10 60 July 20 62 20 17 ,20 77 30 83 SO 80 Kansaa lty General Market. Kansas city. April 10. Wheat No. 3 hard, . 18. 16(63. It; No. 3 rod, I3.05O8.1I; May, 18.71; July. 63.34. ' corn No. 3 mixed, ll.t5CC1.56Vs,: No. I while, tl.6KH.72; No. 3 yellow. 81.110 1.16V,: May, Il.tli; July. tl.43Vt1.43V4. oats unchanged; No. 3 white. 77C'770; No. 2 mixed,, 72tl3c, SI, Loul Grain Market. SI. Louis, April 30 Wheat No. I red. I3.03o: No. 3 hard, 12.008.17; May, 12.14; July, 11.22. ' Corn No. 2. 1,161.57: No. 1 white. 11.4101.66; Hay, till, July 1.46. oals No. :, 710714c: No. 2 white nom inal. II ?" 'Dividend, Paid Monthly CROWN OIL COMPANY PROPERTIES M,$7S acres of oil lands in Kentucky, principally in the famous Irvine Field. PRODUCTION ln excess of 600 barrels per clay. Three wells now being drill- iwfw,..wi whilf ArmnfC operations contemplated should result In a 1,000 barrel dally output within the next sixty days., EARNING5 Current earnings are sufficient to cover present dividend re quirements almost four times over and are faat increasing. DIVIDENDS Dividends of 1 regular and 1 extra are now being paid on the loth of each month, putting the stock on i 21 per an num basis, but as additional wells are brought in an even larger distribution to stockholders is expected. MARKET An active market will be made for Crown Oil Shares on the New York Curb immediately upon completion of sale of our allotment of treasury stock. We have a email allotment of Treasury sham which we ere offering for a limited time only at $1.25 Per Share In view of the large investment interest already created in Crown Oil, we anticipate a withdrawal at an early date of the 11,26 priee now offered and advise immedi ate purchase of Crown Oil shares, both for their attractive dividend returns and rapidly increasing market value. - Prospectus "C" end complete Information on request. . Make all chock, draft or mono orders payable to E. M. FULLER & CO. Spacialieta in Oil Sacuritiaa ' SO Broad Street. New York NEW YORK STOCKS Stagnant Conditions Prevail, Leaders Being Relegated to Background. 1 EARLY GAINS RETRIEVED New Tork, April 80. Rtagnant condition! prevailed In the stock market today, leadln, shares being relegated lo the background HHd special Issues contributing far more than thalr usual quota. Early gains were largely retrieved In the tlnal hour on obvious abort covering. The total turnover of 336,000 share., which resulted chiefly from proff.slonal activity In pools barely equaled the first hour's busl new of la.t week's more active aessloo,. Happenings over the week-end evidently were not of a character to Inspire Increased eonrtdenee, war conditions, crop prospects, the labor situation and cnllaterel clrcum unees caualng greater restraint. Trading centered to an unusual degreo around such speculative !s.uea as Industrial Alcohol, th. motors and oils. Alcohol waa. the dominant feature of the last hour, when It made It. extreme rise of 6 points to 117 on extensive accumulation. General Motors priferred roue 4 lo alt,, with 4 for the ceminon at 108.,, while .Mexican Petroleum n.leiitired 4 to 8!, and Texas compeny 4 to IIS. United Rtates Steel followed It, erratlo Movements of recent days, rising to 116. aftar declining to lltt,, and ending at the top with a net gain of . Other Industrials snd metal, moved within more circumscribed lln.lts, also fertilisers and the usual sp,o. laltlee. Atlantic, tiulf V West Indie, of fered a atrlklng cantraat to the marine., ga'nlng 3 polnls to 101. Rolls were In no sense a factor. mov ments or Reading. Union PaclDo and other hlrh grade issues seldom exceeding frac tlons. Ixiw priced transportation .hare, were similarly dull. Bonds wer. heavy, th. lower trend apply lug to rails. Indu.trlala and h. ln..en.,iAn. al group. Total sales, par value, 83,041,000. tnneu cuatr. oonos were unchanged 'on call, but Panama 3s. oounon anil ...1..... declined I per cent. . . aele. High. low. Close. Am. Beet Rllgar.,, 6,000 83 83 lavi American Can 1,100 46 41 41 Am, Car aV Found'y ,7 Am. Locomotive... 400 68 66 68 Am. Smlt. Ref'g 1,800 101 88 lOOti Am. gugar Refln'g, ., ... ' at Am. Tel. A Tel Am. Z., U A B 81 Anaconda Copper.. 8,300 8014 7, 7, if vw ion, joie, 101 All. O. W. . B.. 4,100 101 81 101 Haltmnro 4k Ohio.. 700 76 76 76 B. A s. Copper..., 300 43 43 43 Cal. Petroleum to ' Canadian Pacific. 100 160 111 260 C. ntral Leather... 2,300 17 16 17 Chesapeake A Ohio 1,600 to ' 11 It Chi., M St. P... 100 10 80 80 Chicago N. W ... li,! Chi.. H. I. A P. ctf, 46 Chlno Copper 400 14 14 14 Colo. Fuel A Iron. - 400 41 48 47 Corn Prod. Reflo'g 4,100 31 21 15 Crucible Steel 1.700 61 61 63 Cuba Can. Sugar, 10,700 46 44 45 Mstlller's flees..., 6,000 14 14 14 tleneral Klectrlc ,. ... 6I (leneral Motor,.... 11,000 lot 101 lot, Ot. Northern pftl,, 400 101 )08 108 Ot. No. Ore ctfa., 1,100 II 13 13 Illinois C.ntral , 104 Inspiration Copper. 8,100 . 17 16V 47 Int. ,M. M. pfd.... 1,160 10 71 II Int. Nickel 1,100 42 41 41 Int. Papper 100 II It aa Kan,a. city Bo ao Kenn.nott Copper. 1,700 46 41 41 Loulsvlll. A Neeh , 111" Maxwell Motors 4, Mexican Petroleum 23.100 . 12 tt 18 Miami Copper t,800 43 43 43 Mlmurl Pacific. 1,100 27 27 27 Nevada Copper.,., 1,100 14 13 31 N. V. Central .... , 84 N. Y , N. U. A H.. 100 40 II 40 Norfolk A Western 300 121 121 126 Northern Pacific ... 101 Pacific Mall 200 22 28 22 Paclflo Tel. T.I ,.. .... 21 Pennsylvania 2,800 58 68 la Pittsburgh Coal... too 46 46 46 Ray Con. Copper,. 8.500 80 86 81 Heading 2,400 It 16 It llep. Iron A Steel. 1,600 II 10 81 Hhattuck Aril. Cop. 16 Southern Pacific.. 600 84 14 14 Southern Railway. 1,800 10. 37 27 Studebaker Cor.... 1,200 at 86 17 Texas o.... 8,800 21! 207 811 Union Pacific 1,600 187 116 137 U, s. Ind. Alcohol. 13,100 117 110 117 V, S. Steel 12,500 lit lit 116 U. 8. Steel pfd.... 117V. Utah Copper 1,100 111 Hi llHn Wabash pfd "B".,.. 200 24 V4 a, ,4 Western Union..., 200 00 16 15 Westlnghouse Klcc. 60U 49 48 48 Total sale, for the day, 325,000 aharca. New York Money .Market, New Tork. April 80. Mercantile . paper, 4 per cent. .' ' "' ' Sterling lOxchunge Sixty-. ay 1 Ilia, 14.73:- eommerela! sixty-day bill, on banks. 14.72: commercial slaty-day bills, 14.71: demand, ,,.ie?s; came., ,1.,, we. Silver liar, 74c; Mexican dollar.. 170 ' Hond. (Jovernment, weak: railroad, heavy. Tim. Loan, Firm: sixty and ninety dava. 404 per cent; six month., 4V.94V, per cent. ,- . , Call Money steady: high. 241 ner eant:. low, 2 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per eentt lust loan, per cent; closing; bid, 3 per C.nt; offered at 2 per cent. -u. n. le, rig.. ,8 K. c. a. ref Is.. 87 V. 8. 2s, cou.. 18 U A N. tin 4... II U. 8. 3s, re... 88 11. K. A T. 1st 4a 71 U. It. S. Is. ecu.. 68 Mo. I'ac. gen? 46. It U, 9. 4s, reg.lot MonL .Power li. 17 U. ,1. 4s, cou,..10tN. V. C. deb 6..107 -rana. aa cou. si niortn. rao. 4s.. 0114 Am. Por. Bee, Is 86 North. Pao. la.. 64 Am. T. A T. 6. 68 'O. 8. L. ref. 4a. 86 ensiuTrrnca M ,A1 r.C, X. 4X 1. BS . Ar. A Co. 4.,. ,3HPenn. con 4 Vie.. 102 Atrh. gen. 4s... 82Penn. gen. 4,. 67 "B. A o, 4s 87 Reading gen 4.. 81 Cent. Leather i. 88 8. U A & F a 6. 66 Central Pao. 1st 80 South. Pao CT IslOO Chesa. A O. c Is 10 Bomn pa0 r,a ,7a C. U. q. J 4.. 17 South. Ry. I.... II C M A S P 4a. 17 T. A P. 1st..,: it C R I A P r 4... 73 'Union Pao. 4,.. It C. A S. r 44 s. 11 Union Pac. cv 4. II u. at n. v r .a. a. u. a. nuoper., 17 Hrle gen 4s 63 U. 8. Steel 6s. ..105 Uen. Glee. 6.. . .104 V, Wabh lit ....101 tl. N. 1st 4,.. I3west. Un. 4.. 12 III. Cent, ref 4, It 'Bid. . . i I. M. M. 6 14 . . Dry Good. Market. ' New York, April '10. Cloth, closed thej month firm, cotton gooda for has purpoasa having sold freely for contract d.liv.ry. Oeneral line, of dry gooda were quiet to-, day with prices very high and firm. f 1 ' First Mortgage Honda Of O 2 INVESTMENT P Denomination, (100 JK), 1500.00, 11,000.00 A SURE AND SAFE INVESTMENT FIRST TRUST COMPANY 4th Floor, First Nat, Bk. Bldg- Omaha.